Tamara Rojo has been living in the United Kingdom for almost half of her life, yet she takes her Spanish roots with her everywhere she goes. Now, the English National Ballet’s artistic director—and one of the most recognized dancers on the planet—returns to Madrid’s Teatro Real from October 10 to 12 with her version of the classic 'Giselle': a contemporary and mature choreographic production.
After being closed for eight years, the Chillida Leku museum has reopened its doors. The spectacular home where most of Eduardo Chillida’s work is showcased was selected by ‘Time’ magazine as one of the greatest places in the world to visit.
Her name and work appears, both in Spain and abroad, on TV commercials, beverage and perfume packaging design, exhibition halls, art books, and fashion stores. And, of course, on Instagram. Coco Dávez’s artistic universe is expanding endlessly.
Apertura Madrid Gallery Weekend, an art fair launched 10 years ago with the aim to support emerging and consolidated artists, promote art collecting and, most importantly, to attract people to their galleries.
From drag balls in 1920s New York to Parisian ballrooms in 2019, voguing has never lost its lustre. Now landing in Spain, it is here to stay. Come on, vogue!
The Leon town of La Bañeza is fighting the exodus to big cities with street art. Every August, the town’s facades serve as a canvas for artists from all over the world participating in the Art Aero Rap festival.
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.