Abortion rights activist

'Abortion is normal', an exhibition that fights for reproductive rights

This exhibition, curated by Jasmine Wahi and Rebecca Pauline Jampol, is taking place in New York and is raising awareness about abortion rights.

Photograph of a concert hall.

The 8 most impressive concert halls in Latin America

Meet the impressive Latin American concert halls that live up to the best in Europe or the United States.

'A rapist in your path' chanted by women in the Mexico City Zocalo.

“A rapist in your path” and the wave of rape denounces

This performance, created by the feminist collective “Las Tesis”, has reached several parts of the world, giving strength to women to denounce their rapists.

World Latte Art Champion, Arnon Thitiprasert. / Photo:

World Latte Art Champion uses Colombian Coffee in his coffee shops in Asia

Arnon Thitiprasert came to Colombia for the first time to share his skills as one of the most famous baristas around the world.

Camera recording scenes from a movie.

Los Cabos Film Festival is all about women

This year 43% of the program will be directed by women, according to Alejandra Pauli, one of the festival directors.

Mexican plastic artist, Francisco Toledo.

Francisco Toledo, the irreverent Mexican plastic artist dies

Francisco Toledo, who shook up the 1960s Mexican art scene, died at 79

Mural painted in a wall

Artists use street murals to change image of violent Caracas slum

One of Latin America's largest slums and one that has historically been known for violent crime and gang rivalries is about to change due to art

Reproduction of a copy of the magazine-mural Prisma of the Argentine writer Jorge Luis Borges.

Borges works were auctioned in Argentina

A magazine dedicated to Macedonio Fernández and a copy of Borges book "The language of the Argentines", were the big sales


Venezuelan Cruz-Diez, pioneer in kinetic art, dies in Paris

Cruz-Diez was praised for his work with color and his installations have been featured in major international art museums and public spaces

A man stands amid pictures of victims of the bombing of the AMIA Jewish center that killed 85 people, on the 25th anniversary of the attack in Buenos Aires

A photo exhibition depicts the horror 25 years after the worst terrorist attack in Argentina

The exhibition "Twenty-five" is composed of 38 recent studio photos based on 19 stories and others from the time of the terrorist attack against the Argentinian Mutual Israelite Association (AMIA), all made by photographer Julio Menajovsky

Carla Blanchard Dartez talking with Sadie Roberts-Joseph

African American museum founder discovered dead in car trunk

Baton Rouge police Sgt. L’Jean McKneely said investigators were still waiting for a coroner to determine a cause of death for Sadie Roberts-Joseph after her body was found Friday afternoon

Bust of Tutankhamun

Tutankhamun bust and other objects that Egypt claims to Europe

The auction house Christie's sold Tutankhamun bust despite criticism from the Egyptian Government


Obra 'Guarnica' de Picasso sobre un mueble de madera

A Picasso sold during Nazi flight can stay at New York's Met -U.S. court

The 2016 federal law gives people six years to file claims after learning the whereabouts of artwork lost between 1933 and 1945 because of Nazi persecution

Artista Cubano Sandor González

Cuban artist sketches under the sea among fish and coral reefs

He gets fully kitted out in scuba diving gear including an oxygen tank and yellow flippers and swims out 60 meters

Obra de Virginia Gardener y la firma Loowatt

Festival or refugee camp? Music events test emergency aid

When an inventor wanted to test-drive a toilet aimed at providing safe sanitation in the developing world, she knew just where to turn - a British music festival

Persona observando una obra de arte

Uncertain art world eyes key European auctions

“It is a question of whether one feels that the market reflects the general  economy and to what extent the banking crisis influences values of works of art”, Jussi Pylkkanen

Ruinas de Sbeitla en Tunez

'Everything is stolen from us': Tunisians fight to preserve cultural heritage

The looting of archaeological sites is a longstanding problem in Tunisia, said Yasser Jrad, head of the seized objects department at the National Heritage Institute

Instalaciones artísticas 'Ludovico Einaudi Concert', 'Crossing the Rubicon' y 'Seven Magic Mountains'

Meet some of the most impressive installation arts

We will show you some of the most impressive installation arts of today

Manos de una persona esculpiendo arcilla en una base giratoria

Sculpting clay for beginners

Here are some things to keep in mind when sculpting clay

Neon Caron

Meet the artist who applies augmented reality in his works of art

LatinAmerican Post interviewed the Mexican artist who uses augmented reality in his works, knows the details here