Volume 24 May 2011
Sapiens review - Liberal Arts E-Newsletter
 
Cultural Agenda
 
Manet, inventeur du Moderne
 
My Dirty Little Heaven; Wangechi Mutu at Deutsche Guggenheim
 
香港國際藝術展11
 
The Great Upheaval: Modern Art from the Guggenheim Collection, 1910–1918
 
Van Dongen; Fauve, anarchiste et mondain
 
XX. Yüzyılın 20 Modern Türk Sanatçısı
 
Primera exposición de Leon Golub en España
 
Arcimboldo, la mostra. Da oggi al Palazzo Reale di Milano
 
Das japanische Lied vom Wind
 
Yayoi Kusama en Museo Reina Sofía
 
Joan Miró: The Ladder of Escape, Tate Modern
 
The Junior Advisory Board 2011: Twelve inspiring young minds


Books Review
 
  The Tragedy of Arthur
by Arthur Phillips
 
Ce que l’Europe centrale doit à Kundera
   
  The Final Testament of The Holy Bible
by James Frey


More Review
 
  In A Better World / Haevnen
by Susanne Bier
 
El globo blanco
por Jafar Panahi
 
Presumed Guilty
by Roberto Hernández, Geoffrey Smith
 
Opinion
 
Al Qaeda sin Bin Laden
Por Fernando Reinares, Profesor Asociado Del Master in International Relations de IE School of Arts & Humanities
 
Whose truth? Competing narratives in Syria and Libya
by Ibrahim Al-Marashi, Professor at IE School of Arts & Humanities
 
Cuánto vale el Español
Por Manuel Lucena Giraldo, Profesor de IE School of Arts & Humanities


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