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Art & Antiquities

July 2014 Archives

Cuba Welcomes Dali Exhibit For First Time

Cuba Welcomes Dali Exhibit For First Time

A selection of works by Salvador Dali (1904-1989) will be shown in Cuba for the first time in the "Memories of Surrealism" exhibition, which will open at the National Museum of Fine Arts in Havana on July 24, local media said. continue reading »

Fossil of Largest Bird with 23 Foot Wingspan Found

Fossil of Largest Bird with 23 Foot Wingspan Found

Scientists have identified the fossilized remains of a bird that, with a wingspan of more than 7 meters (23 feet), could have been the largest bird that ever existed on Earth, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences reported. continue reading »

El Salvador: Three Pre-Columbian Burials Discovered

El Salvador: Three Pre-Columbian Burials Discovered

The secrets of the Salvadoran archaeological site Nueva Esperanza, hidden for centuries under the ashes of the ancient Ilopango volcano, have emerged to the light of day with the discovery of three pre-Columbian burials. continue reading »

Spanish Sculptor Xavier Mascaro Presents Exhibit in Mexico

Spanish Sculptor Xavier Mascaro Presents Exhibit in Mexico

Spanish sculptor Xavier Mascaro, who says he is "fascinated by Mexican culture," is exhibiting his work for the first time in Mexico. continue reading »