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AL DIA habló con el artista William Villalongo sobre cómo el arte y la historia de este país han definido la identidad afrolatina actual. Foto: AL DIA NEWS

William Villalongo is a co-curator of Black Pulp, an exhibition in Philadelphia that mixes art and historical archives to describe the struggle of black people to live with full rights.


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Colombian artist makes paintings to make sure that his country doesn't forget political tragedies

 10/30/2017 - 06:13
Colombian artist Jorge Julian Aristizabal speaks about one of his works at the Bogota International Art Fair on Oct. 29, 2017. EFE/Mauricio Dueñas Castañeda

Just as Picasso portrayed the horror of the Spanish Civil War in his famous "Guernica" mural, artist Jorge Juan Aristizabal does so for the Colombian conflict in works that begin with a pencil sketch that he later fleshes out with different colors and, ultimately, to which he adds clippings from daily newspapers and album sheets.

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Latino Horizons: Argentine actor Ricardo Darín triumphs at the San Sebastián Film Festival

 10/25/2017 - 11:15
Ricardo Darín and Elena Anaya. Private file

For the first time in the sixty-five-year history of the festival, a Latin American actor wins the prestigious Donostia Award. In addition to this recognition, several initiatives were created to emphasize Latin America's contribution to world cinema.