Sotheby’s Will Auction Valuable Piece by Pablo Picasso

On February 28, 2018, in London, the prestigious auction house Sothesby's will offer a piece made in 1937 by the painter Pablo Picasso. The portrait is called Woman with a Beret and Plaid Dress, which the artist made for Marie-Therese Walter—whom he recognized as her “golden muse.” It’s the first time that this painting will be on the market since it was kept at the artist's estate after his death in 1973, and then was moved to the private collection that is now selling it under a guarantee.

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Anish Kapoor: You´ll can´t stop wathcing

Anish Kapoor, You can not stop seeing welcoming  reflections to visions that emit more questions than answers among multiple pieces that explore the architecture of the building itself and color, or as Anish Kapoor says: "it is a shock of color!".

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Byzantine remains discovered in Gaza

Gaza Strip was once an area where magnificent Byzantine churches proliferated before most were destroyed. In Palestine, right on the central square, there´s just been discovered the remains of one of these temples, with about 1,500 years old.

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"La Traviata" by Sofia Coppola and Valentino

Film director Sofia Coppola is going to stage the opera "La Traviata", and if this version is already exciting because of the recognized talent of Coppola, is unforgettable because of the producer;  neither more nor less than Valentino.

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Rembrandt sells to France and Netherland

The Louvre and the Rijksmuseum have come together to buy two large Rembrandt portraits for 160 million euros ($175 million) from the Rothschild family, the French culture ministry announced. The agreement, signed by French culture minister Fleur Pellerin and her Dutch counterpart Jet Bussemaker seals the multi-million dollar deal agreed upon in September for two of the Dutch master’s works.

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Legendary ancient shipwreck found in Colombian Coasts

As sunlight waned over the coast of Colombia on June 8, 1708, José Fernández de Santillán cursed the listless wind. The Spanish admiral knew the safe refuge of Cartagena was only 16 miles away, but the absence of any breeze had turned his sprint for safety into an interminable slog. With Santillán’s lookouts reporting that the pursuing British warships were closing in on his lumbering galleon, San José, the admiral had no choice but to order his men to prepare for battle.

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A christmas with classical music in Segovia

Like every year, segovia receives us during the month of December with the classical music cycle, organized by the Don Juan Borbón Foundation, it can be appreciated in beautiful locations, for example, the beautiful churches this spot on the map has to offer.

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The temple of Cambodia´s flag reveals new size

Angkor Wat in Cambodia, is the temple that makes reference to the national symbol if this country.  This construction was already considered the grandest religious structure previous to the XXth century, however, a new finding has determined that it’s dimensions are larger than expected.

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