This August 30th, Luis Tosar premieres 'Quien a hierro mata' (Eye for an Eye), the latest film by Paco Plaza, featuring Tosar as a complex character—which is, of course, his trademark—immersed in a spiral of vengeance against drug dealers in a drug-ridden Galicia.
In a move towards originality, the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum reinvents the appeal of painting, bringing it closer to the charms of haute cuisine with a scrumptious art book.
With over 100.000 followers on Instagram and near 25.000 on Facebook, her fans discovered Elena Pancorbo’s art in the virtual realm. Publishing houses including Planeta, Penguin Random House, and Anaya have given it visibility in the real world.
Their work decorates the streets of cities such as Berlin, New Delhi, Panama and São Paulo. For Boa Mistura, art is participative—both the place and its neighbours have a say because they believe in resident’s critical and human capacity.
The Spanish-Brazilian artist returns to Madrid with 'lindalocaviejabruja', a project denouncing everyday sexism through the most dangerous means—the small things in life.
Velázquez, Rembrandt and Vermeer had more in common than history has wanted us to realise. As part of its fantastic and rewarding 200th anniversary celebrations, the Prado Museum is now revealing it to us, until the end of September.
The exhibition 'Gira por España' has been inviting the public to enjoy the works of Goya, Velázquez, Rafael and Rubens and join the celebrations for Museo del Prado´s bicentenary on different locations throughout the country.