Volume 25 June 2011
Sapiens review - Liberal Arts E-Newsletter
 
Cultural Agenda
 
PhotoEspaña 2011
 
Miró at Tate Modern
 
In Praise of Doubt
 
Allora and Calzadilla : Gloria
 
名和晃平 ─ シンセシス 展
 
Van Dongen; Fauve, anarchiste et mondain
 
Opera: Wagner's Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg
 
The Hugo Boss Prize: Hans-Peter Feldmann
 
Works in Progress; Rodin and The Ambassadors
 
Bernar Venet á la fondation Salinger
 
Biennale Arte: ILLUMInazioni
   
Los bronces de Cornelis Zitman, en el Conde Duque
 
Yorgos Loizos, Olympia
   
Antonio López en el Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza
 
François Morellet, Réinstallation


Books Review
 
  The imperfectionists
by Tom Rachman
 

Je t’aime ... moi non plus
By Donald Morrison

   
  How Hitler Could Have Won
by Timothy Synder
 
Opinion
 
Juventud y protesta en los países Musulmanes
Por Rafael Puyol, Profesor de IE School of Arts & Humanities
 
Towards a pradigm shift in Euro-Mediterranean Relations
By Haizam Amirah-Fernández (Associate Professor at IE School of Arts & Humanities) and Eduard Soler i Lecha
 
Tres olas, Muchos desafíos
Por José Ignacio Torreblanca, Profesor Asociado de IE School of Arts & Humanities


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