volume 20 December 2010
Liberal Arts E-Newsletter
 
Cultural Agenda
 
Newspeak: British Art Now Part II
 
Anish Kapoor: First Ever Exhibition in India
 
The Unseen Dali
 
Hitler-Ausstellung in Berlin: Rundgang mit 3 Europäern
 
ゴッホアーティストになるの
 
Paula Hayes, Nocturne of the Limax maximus
 
"İçimdeki Düşman" Kutluğ Ataman
 
L'art total selon Mondrian
 
Marlborough Madrid presume de escultores
 
Tate Britain naked Christmas tree
 
Selezione Arte di Weiser Garth
 
Controversial works at the Museum of Modern Arab Art, Qatar
 
Rijksmuseum zet Gabriël Metsu op de kaart
 
Andy Warhol: Motion Pictures
 
Chris Ofili: Afrotranslinear
 
Harun Farocki im Kunsthaus Bregenz
 
Par Quatre Chemins": Chris Marker invité au Beirut Art Center
 
La película plástica de Raha Raissnia
 
Pitt Rivers celebrates life of Sir Wilfred Thesiger
 
Srovnávací výstava prací scénografických velikánů.
 
Exposición carteles del Cine Español
 
Chillida Leku anounces its close
 
Material World by Kais Salman in Dubai
 
Damien Hirst - For the Love of God
 
 
Opinion
 
Una historia hispana
by Manuel Lucena Giraldo
 
Liu Xiaobo, premio Nobel de la Paz 2010
by Taciana Fisac
 
The Age of the Globalization of Intelligence
by Ibrahim Al-Marashi
 
Cambiar la geografía
by Rafael Puyol
 
The Embassy of Ruy González de Clavijo to the Court of Timour at Samarcand
by Santiago Ruíz Morales


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