Instituto Cervantes presents a collection of twenty-four drawings, the work of cartoonist Andrés Rábago, also known as El Roto, who is renowned for his satirical cartoon contributions to the Spanish newspaper El País.
In "Suite Española," acclaimed Spanish pianist Rosa Torres-Pardo and world famous flamenco singer Rocío Márquez Limón enchant the audience with a unique interpretation of Spanish classics by Granados, Albéniz, and Falla.
Four gentlemen from Barcelona met at university and had the brilliant idea to form a band. The result was Mujeres, which is known for its mix of punk, garage, rock and roll, and maybe even a little blues and rockabilly.
Today, 42 million people around the world have fled from armed conflict and are searching for safety. The evening news often reminds us of the tent cities of Haiti or a refugee camp in Kenya but pays little attention to the millions who struggle with resettlement issues throughout the world.
In conjunction with the MCA exhibition This Will Have Been: Art Love and Politics in the 1980s, Manilow Senior Curator Dieter Roelstraete provides a European perspective on the 1980s.The art produced during the 1980s veered between radical and conservative, capricious and p