“Living in Two Times” shares haunting scenes from the Iranian Revolution and Iran-Iraq war.
The newest Marvel release attempts to draw viewers into Thor’s journey for love and inner peace, but the parody-like film serves little purpose beyond a cheeky laugh.
The National Geographic Museum in Washington, D.C., takes visitors through the tomb of King Tut, explaining what its discovery meant for uncovering ancient history.
Studying abroad seemed like a dream as the coronavirus pandemic stretched on and on — and then on some more — but it certainly made finally getting to go all the more exciting.
Frida Kahlo, a Mexican painter known for her self-portraits, is celebrated around the world for her authenticity in style and passion for painting.
Fundació Antoni Tàpies offers a temporary exhibition of contemporary artwork that reinterprets historical events and also pays tribute to its namesake with a collection of the artist’s existential works.
The Moco Museum in Amsterdam, Netherlands, features modern and contemporary art with a twist that underscores societal double standards and controversy.
In the old quarters of Barcelona City, the oldest gallery in Spain — the Sala Parés Gallery — features current artists.
Known as one of the greatest architects of Catalan Modernism, Antoni Gaudí's works are mostly located in Barcelona, including the temple of the Sagrada Familia.
Before becoming a universal art form, flamenco dance was deeply rooted in Spanish culture as it offered a platform to share a wide range of narratives. Now, tablao flamenco shows in Barcelona keep the tradition alive as they feature striking, foot-stomping performances.