Post-war Spain was a culturally complex nation. Bitter with its memories of the Civil War – itself a legacy of the little known Carlist Wars of the 19th century – and divided by the regime of Francisco Franco. With Western politics focused on the USSR and its satellite states, Franco felt secure with his nationalist (anti-communist) stance. When the painter, Carlos Puente de Ambrosio, was born in Santander in 1950, the society he entered was in a state of flux.
Catwalk show at London Fashion Week: 23 Febr 2016, 15:00
This is the third Ordovas exhibition devoted to Eduardo Chillida and the monumental works to be shown in the gallery at 25 Savile Row reflect the intimate and universal themes that characterised his vision.
Upcoming screening in London of Khris Cembe’s ‘VIAJE A PIES’ (‘Travel by Feet’) as part of the program of CORTOMETRAJES, 7 Spanish Short Films.
Shorts On Tap and Brit Es present ‘SINCERIDAD’ by Andrea Casaseca as part of CORTOMETRAJES, 7 Spanish Short Films
We are very proud to announce the upcoming screening in London of ‘SINCERIDAD’ (Sincerity), a short film directed and written by Andrea Casaseca. The film it is included as part of the programme of CORTOMETRAJES, 7 Spanish Short Films, a screening event curated and produced by Shorts On Tap and Brit Es Magazine.
On 25 February 2016, contemporary Spanish artist, Ernesto Cánovas, will present ‘Multiplied’, his forthcoming exhibition at Halcyon Gallery, London. This brand new series of work uses large scale mix-media on wood panel painting as part of Cánovas’ ongoing exploration into cinema, abstraction and found imagery.
Three strangers meet on a train. In one hour, the train will crash and they will all die.
Brit Es Magazine in collaboration with Shorts on Tap presents second edition CORTOMETRAJES, 7 Spanish Short Films
Brit Es Magazine in collaboration with Shorts on Tap presents their second event together, CORTOMETRAJES – 7 Spanish Short Films, which will take place on 18 February from 7 p.m. at 93 Feet East, a legendary spot in the heart of East London, the Old Truman Brewery at 150 Brick Lane.
‘Art on the move’ by Lorenzo Hernandez
Jesus Montero, film director and writer
Exhibition: TOYS by Rubén Fuentes Fuertes
Le Dame Art Gallery at Meliá White House
Le Dame Art Gallery at Meliá White House presents TOYS , the first solo exhibition by the Spanish artist Rubén Fuentes Fuertes. The exhibition, which has been curated by Miguel Mallol, will take place at theMeliá White House in London from December, the 10th 2015 to January, the 7th 2016.