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Art & Antiquities

June 2014 Archives

Mexican-American Artist Shows Influence of Drug Trafficking on Pop Culture

Mexican-American Artist Shows Influence of Drug Trafficking on Pop Culture

Photos, sculptures and drawings make up a retrospective exibit in Guadalajara of works by artist Eduardo Sarabia, which explores how references to violence and drug trafficking have permeated Mexican popular culture. continue reading »

Members of National Ballet of Cuba Who Defected Arrive in Miami

Members of National Ballet of Cuba Who Defected Arrive in Miami

Six members of the National Ballet of Cuba who defected during a tour of Puerto Rico are already in Miami and very soon will perform with the Cuban Classical Ballet of Miami, the Florida dance company's artistic director told Efe Monday. continue reading »

Spaniards Close to Locating Cervantes’ Remains

Spaniards Close to Locating Cervantes’ Remains

Researchers searching for the remains of Miguel de Cervantes in the church of the Trinitarian convent in Madrid have found five places where he could be buried, including the church crypt, where they will begin looking since it is the area most easily accessible. continue reading »