volume 23 March 2011
Sapiens review - Liberal Arts E-Newsletter
 
Cultural Agenda
 
Art dubai
 
Caos y clasicismo en Guggehnheim Bilbao
 
TEFAF Maastricht 2011
 
  «ابرقهرمان من»؛ نمایشگاهی از هنرمندان ایرانی
 
Nederlands Dans
 
  Le monde rêvé de Miró
 
Google Arts Project
 
Angriff der Gegenwartskunst, Moma in berlin
 
Imagining the (Im)Possible
 
Rodin – Sugimoto en Galerie Gagosian Paris
 
Gli occhi di Caravaggio
 
Alvin Ailey celebrating 50 years of 'Revelations'
 
معرض الخط العربي المعاصر
 
Grand Palais Art Paris 2011: Just Art!
 
Damien Hirst – Forgotten Promises Exhibition in Hong Kong
 
Zaha Hadid on song: China's Guangzhou Opera House
 
Anthony McCall: Vertical Works, Ambika P3
 
Primera exposición en España de Jean Siméon Chardin


Books Review
 
  Femmes de dictateur
par Diane Ducret
 
The Finkler Question
by Howard Jacobson
 
Indignez-vous !
par Stéphane Hessel


More Review
 
  Des hommes et des Dieux
de Xavier Beauvois
 
Women without Men
by Shirin Neshat
 
Hereafter; Death becomes him
by Clint Eastwood
 
Opinion
 
Milicianos y Gobiernos
Por José Ignacio Torreblanca, Profesor Asociado del IE School of Arts & Humanities
 
Constitutional reform in Egypt: The next steps
by Diego Sánchez de la Cruz, Master in International Relations Candidate at IE School of Arts & Humanities
 
The Arab World´s leadership deficit
By Ibrahim Al-Marashi, Assistant Professor of IE School of Arts & Humanities
 
  Una Cuestión preocupante
por Rafael Puyol, Profesor de IE School of Arts & Humanities


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