Hugo Brazão and Graham Guy-Robinson are the winners of the VIA Arts Prize 2018. Their work incorporate elements inspired by Latin American and Iberian culture. Anna Beketov Their names were announced by a panel of judges at an award ceremony at the Embassy of Brazil on 13 December. […]
An exhibition of the work of ten Cuban artists settled near the Hudson River in New Jersey will run until December 9th. Their cultural background contributed to the formation of a discussion about the issues of a revolutionary identity. Marcella Via Identity is an abstract and multi-faceted concept […]
I recently sat down Ana Luiza Ulsig who is starring in the LGBTQ play “Liberty”, where she will play the Prison Governor and Sandy Duncan (Kath’s husband,) directed by Ray Woolford. We talked through a wide variety of topics, including about the state of politics in Brazil, LGBTQ history and Liberty, Kath Duncan, history and a wide number of topics in this fantastic interview.
An exhibition of the indigenous literature of New Zealand will take place this November in London. It will break with the Eurocentric vision of Maori culture, showing it does not fit into one single box. Marcella Via The Maori culture is unique not only because of its language, […]
The photographer will exhibit her series ‘#She’ and ‘Havana’ from the 18 to 29 of September at the Bermondsey Project Space. The exhibition will cover themes such as the female form and the generation gap in the Cuban capital. Marcella Via This September, the Bermondsey Project Space will […]