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Until 26.9 Mexico: A revolution in art, 1910-1940 | Exhibition in London

In 1910, revolution brought years of instability to Mexico but, in its aftermath, the artistic community flourished under state sponsored programmes designed to promote the ideals of the new regime. This exhibition brings together work by Mexican artists at the forefront of the artistic movement including Diego Rivera, Frida Kahlo and José Clemente Orozco. Also on display is work by international…


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Until 30.8 Patria Comun: Delibes Ilustrado (Spain) | Exhibition

Tour of the universe of Miguel Delibes (Valladolid, 1920-2010) told through the eyes and voice of child protagonists, memorable characters that we give the most pure and intuitive life. Fifteen sections list the major themes of the author, among which are the attachment to the land, love of nature, death, war, love, friendship.

The selections are taken from ten works of Miguel Delibes…


Added by latinoscz on July 10, 2013 at 7:30pm — No Comments

Start 5.8 Painting for Children by artist Alejandra Nuñez (Mexico)

Alejandra Nunez has worked with children since 2007; study a degree in fine arts in Mexico and Spain and made a painting graduate FAVU in Brno has been developed in more than 25 courses and has more than 20 exhibitions and 4 individual around Mexico, Spain and the Czech Republic. In addition to courses and experience in schools and children in private and government institutions for children 2.5 to 14…


Added by latinoscz on July 6, 2013 at 6:30pm — No Comments

Until 30.8 El Principito by Laura G Morales (Mexico) | Exhibition

In commemoration of the seventieth anniversary of the publication of the book The Little Prince, the Embassy of Mexico in the Czech Republic is pleased to present the exhibition of the renowned Mexican painter Laura G Morales.…


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Until 17.7 Flamenco Intensive Courses

Flamenco and Spanish Dance school in the heart of Prague, Czech Republic. Dance classes for children and adults. Kids dance summer day camps. Professional dance training in Flamenco and Danza Española. Private lessons. Choreography commissioning. WHEN: from July 1st to July 17th. WHERE

Dance & Movement Studio, Vlašská 349/15, Praha 1. MORE INFO…


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Until 28.6 Colores de Mexico | Exhibition

Since she relocated to the Czech Republic in 2010, she has devoted all her time and efforts to painting, feeling deepest urge to express herself by means of canvas and paints, to manifest her Mexican roots and the way she sees the world.

In the beginning, she endeavoured to show the curious European eyes the things from Mexican daily life that she was missing and longed for, like gastronomy, folklore, and…


Added by latinoscz on June 11, 2013 at 8:30am — No Comments

Until 25.4 Latin American Art Biennial | Exhibition

The Third Biennial of Latin American Art is an opportunity to see the work of artists, filmmakers and writers from eight Latin American countries with diplomatic representation in Prague: Argentina, Brazil, Cuba, Chile, Mexico, Peru, Uruguay and Venezuela. Biennial program includes an exhibition, lectures and a film series.


Instituto Cervantes de…


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Until 2.6 Fiktionen by Roberto Matta (Chile) | Exhibition

Matta (1911-2002) is one of the most important painters of the 20th Century, his work is represented in museums worldwide. The artist was born in Chile in close contact with surrealists such as Dali, André Breton and Marcel Duchamp, with whom he exhibited since 1938. Trained as an architect, Matta developed in the Paris studio of Le Corbusier's idea of the…


Added by latinoscz on March 12, 2013 at 4:00pm — No Comments

Until 2.6 The Maya-Code | Exhibition

Join us on the trail of Central America's Maya, who built incredible palaces, pyramids and ball courts between the 3rd and 10th century in Mexico, Guatemala and Belize. The exhibition explains the complicated calendar, provides insight into the unique hieroglyphic script using interactive games and presents the world of Maya nobility through precious objects. Objects are being…


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Until 14.4 Last Resort Mexico | Exhibition

Based on 25 selected biographies of the exhibition tells of the rescue of the Mexican diplomat Gilberto Bosques, the life of the Berlin exiles in distant Mexico and of their return to the ruins of postwar Germany. As consul in Marseille Bosques supplied from 1940 to 1942 under dramatic circumstances, numerous German and Austrian refugees who were stranded by the advance of…


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Until 6.01.2013 Alberto Vojtěch Frič (Paraguay) : Photographs

Frič’s name has been associated with courage and adventure. A. V. Frič (1882 Prague—1944 Prague) gained recognition as an explorer of South America, a botanist, ethnographer, writer, journalist, a vigorous polemist — and a photographer. The preserved photographic archive abounds in pictures of exotic products of nature, rare cactuses and above all images of the daily life and…


Added by latinoscz on October 31, 2012 at 7:30pm — No Comments

Un rayito de Sol | Exhibition until 13.3

Exhibition by Mexican painter Laurelena Rodriguez "Un Rayito de Sol" in Cafe Marathon, Praha 1. Until March 13, 2012. More information in

Added by latinoscz on February 26, 2012 at 8:30pm — No Comments

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