Posts Tagged 'London'
A display of key works by Arthur Bispo do Rosário (1909- 1989), one of Brazil’s most recognised artists will be on show at the V&A this summer, as part of the London 2012 Festival.
The Olympic handover to Rio on Sunday delivered a raucous and crunching mix of Brazilian rhythms, colours and clichés – but if you dig beneath the flashy surface you may find pearly drops of lyrical genius, says our columnist Victor
Ondatropica is the name given to the new project from Britain’s Quantic and Colombia’s Frente Cumbiero, a project that brings together some of Colombia’s most legendary musicians, unites them with a new generation of music makers, resulting in an incredible
Strut link up again with Sofrito, leading lights in the new generation of collectives celebrating heavy Tropical music. Fuelled by the unquenchable thirst of DJs Hugo Mendez and Frankie Francis to turn up new music and explore sounds from across
Brazilian actress Gael Le Cornec is back to the Scottish capital with the same formula (and that’s not to say it’s a bad thing!) with “Camille Claudel” a story of passion, art and self-destruction in the life of celebrated sculptor and Rodin’s lover Camille Claudel