The Art of Gesture in London The 40-year-old London International Mime Festival is the longest running of its kind.
The Art of Gesture in London
The 40-year-old London International Mime Festival is the longest running of its kind.
Don't miss the London International Mime Festival – here are the highlightshttps://t.co/tOOLLY1OL6
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You’ll catch it up until February 4 with shows in venues across London.
Digital culture and experimental art in Madrid
Madrid is the place to see some of the most innovative, risky, original and poetic audiovisual art. More than a hundred artists from 40 countries will exhibit their work at what is titled ‘Humanotropia’.
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The cryptic tryptic of Memling
The Last Judgment by Hans Memling, undoubtedly the most valuable and one of the most interesting pieces of art in the Gdańsk museums collection is on show at the National Museum in the Polish city.
— Art History Feed (@ArtHistoryFeed) September 28, 2016
Voices from all around the world
Paris is the place to be to enjoy a mix of music by 100 different artists from 19 countries. It’s the 10th edition of the Festival ““Au fil des Voix”“:http://www.aufildesvoix.com/. Cameroonian jazz, Iranian music, flamenco, Congolese rock to name but a few. Cultural creations make music in the French capital.