October 7, 2017

Arturo Correa portrays a different kind of beauty in his Caballos (Horses) series. These paintings are controlled by personal artistic rules and aesthetics determined by the imagination. Fascinated by the figure and representation of the horse, whether at its physical peak or some stage thereof, Correa’s creation is based on personal experiences that define his love and appreciation for the noble animal. Whether real horse...

September 8, 2017

Agile and silent, the many arms of the climbing plants weave, interweave, unweave and weave again. A chaotic array of voluble, egocentric shoots pour out on walls and columns, on land and fences, and they quickly conceal from view the underlying surfaces. Thousands of twisted, overlapping and crooked stems rapidly acquire the density and hardness of stone. Climbing plants grow on cold concrete and vulnerable wood, in betwe...

July 23, 2017

CARACAS, Venezuela — Motley throngs of masked antigovernment protesters hurl rocks, fireworks and Molotov cocktails. The police and soldiers retaliate with tear gas, water cannon blasts, rubber bullets and buckshot.

An uprising is brewing in Venezuela.

Nearly every day for more than three months, thousands have taken to the streets to vent fury at President Nicolás Maduro and his increasingly repressive leadership.

These conf...

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