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Buenos Aires: The exhibition on Democracy that you can not miss
There are 39 Argentine artists who exhibit their works around a theme that belongs to all of us
María José Benvenuto: The Chilean artist you should know about
The study of the stain and an interesting combination of contrasts make the work of the artist something unique
Did you know that these 4 books were banned?
From China to Brazil, here we present four books that were banned for going against morals, religion, and politics
From Guatemala to Mexico: don't miss Carlos Mérida's exhibition
Until next March 17, 290 pieces by the Guatemalan painter and sculptor will be hosted at the National Museum of Art of Mexico
5 amazing archaeological discoveries in Latin America
Bolivia, Peru, Guatemala and Mexico are some of the countries with surprising archaeological findings that will leave you open-mouthed
"We Fight": what you did not know about this exhibition
Fifty Latin American feminist collectives will be exhibiting in Berlin, Germany, until January 2019
Isabel Allende: a story hunter who will catch you
Isabel Allende won one of the greatest honors of American literature: the medal for her distinguished contribution to American letters
Pia Camil: the urban artist who criticizes consumerism
Performance, installation and textile art are some of the samples of the versatile Mexican artist
4 Latin writers who will fill your library with the magic of the Caribbean
Immerse yourself in the magical and dark imaginary of the Caribbean with these four incredible writers
Find out the app that will tell you who your twin art is
This fun tool will help you have a dynamic approach to the artistic and cultural field
Argentina: this is exhibition will leave you speechless
The communication, the silence and the myth of the Tower of Babel are some of the inspirations of the show
Yann Marussich: What this artist do with glass, cement, and sweat?
Would you get in a bathtub with broken glass? That is the artwork of Yann Marussich, who is visiting Colombia for the first time and with whom LatinAmerican Post spoke
Fernando del Paso: 3 books that you should read after his death
In LatinAmerican Post we remember the Mexican writer Fernando del Paso, who died on November 14 at 83 years old
Latinos in New York: do not miss these two photographic exhibitions
Are you a lover of photography? Ten photographers and an Argentinean artist will be the protagonists of two exhibitions at El Museo del Barrio in East Harlem, New York
Mexico: FEMSA collection arrives in León,Guanajuato
Latin American art arrives at the Museum of Art and History reflecting on the future of humanity
Latam BookLook: "Fever Dream" by Samanta Schweblin
This terrifying and suffocating novel tells a story where nothing is as it seems and the danger is closer than you think
¡Expochess is here with a Day of the Dead theme!
Expochess Chess and Art in the World arrives with the special "Day of the Dead and Chess"
Venezuelan art takes over Houston
Until January 2019, you can visit the art exhibition that brings together pieces of the Venezuelan informal artistic movement
This is the new exhibition of ARTELATAM in Ecuador
The organization will hold an exhibition of nine Latin American artists in three cities of Ecuador
Bolivia: Art also celebrates the dead
Murals evoking Bolivian death and veneration are part of the celebrations that are taking place in La Paz for these days
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