volume 21 January 2011
Sapiens review - Liberal Arts E-Newsletter
Cultural Agenda
Abstraction of Destruction
D.D.D. Descubrir, defender y difundir el arte
اجراي «هدا گابلر» فعلا متوقف شد
  Moving piano in Moma
  Poéticas Plurales: Texto, Sonido, Imagen en Peru
India Art Summit
Cursif de Renée Levi
アートミーティング トランスフォーメーション
Pierre Huyghe, A Journey That Wasn't
Transgressão e inovação: O começo de Pedro Almodóvar
Exposition monographique d'Anna Malagrida
Die erste umfassende Einzelausstellung des israelischen Künstlers Absalon
Exposición del artista tunecino sobre la falta de libertades políticas
From Morandi to Guttuso at Estorick Collection in Italy
ציור ניאו-אקספרסיוניסטי מברלין
Farouk Lambaz's calligraphic paintings at Nabad Art Gallery of Amman

Books Review
by Jonathan Franzen
The Life and Opinions of Maf the Dog, and of his friend Marilyn Monroe
by Andrew O’Hagan
La France est-elle finie?
de Jean-Pierre Chevènement
Different aspects of Japanese Culture
by Ana María Goy
Ben Ali y la Caída del «Estado Feroz»
por Haizam Amirah Fernández
Chinese literature impact in East Asia
by Taciana Fisac
Importance of Humanities for entrepreneurs
by Julian Montero
Los pinganillos de sus Señorías
por Rafael Puyol

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