Multimedia artist Javier Velasco’s solo exhibit, SKYFALL, will be held at Buzzart Miami, starting with a February 21st opening reception.
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On her 104th birthday, we celebrate the life of the late Carmen Miranda, also known as “The Brazilian Bombshell” and the original “Chiquita Banana Girl.”
Colombian DJ and producer Wayuu (Andres Orbegozo) recently dropped this scorching 15 minute tropical-trap track, where he sonically explores genres from all over Latin America.
Starting January 4th, Denmark’s MOHS Exhibit will display Reno Leplat-Torti’s collection of paño art, works by various Chicano (Mexican-American) prison inmates from around the country who neatly fold paños into envelopes and mail them to loved ones.
MTV gives us a little preview of its upcoming reality tv series, ‘Washington Heights,’ which follows a group of friends living, working and playing in the diverse (primarily Dominican-inhabited) neighborhood that sits right at the top of Manhattan. From the trailer, it looks like we’ll not only get to see a few young people #ontherise and a lot of Dominican and Latino pride, but insane drama as well!
Since President Obama’s re-election, anti-Black and Latino sentiments have been spewing all over social media sites like Twitter, and some of you strangely seem to be shocked. What has made Americans think that, for any moment, racism would have an end date?
Brazilian beauty Daiane Sodré poses in a set of edgy, mostly black-and-white snaps for Fernando Mazza’s Princess of Africa photography series. Wearing African prints and tribal head-dressing the model is styled by Mauricio Mariano and Alessandro Lazaro.
The culmination of more than 20 years, ‘1982-2012 Fotografías de Juan Carlos Alom’ features exclusive work that depicts a rarely seen view of Cuba’s Black youth, Yoruba religious ceremonies, nature, art and life — serving as a refreshing antidote to the tired clichés of the country.
As descendants of African slaves who arrived in Bolivia four centuries ago, Afro-Bolivians have never been recognized as a legitimate ethnic group in their country. ‘We of the Saya (Nosotros los de la Saya)’ is a touching Bolivian feature documentary by Sisa Bueno that seeks to recognize this community.
NY // Francisco Moreno’s ‘Las Noticias’ Exhibit Examines American Identity & Iconography | Jul. 20 – Sept. 7
Mexican-American artist Francisco Moreno will hold his Las Noticias pop-up exhibit from July 20th through September 7th at Westbury, New York’s Curbs & Stoops & Rhythmology. Through paintings, murals, and installations Moreno explores notions of American identity and iconography.
We’re excited about NBC’s upcoming murder mystery series,’ Deception,’ which stars Think Like Man’s Meagan Good and co-stars Breakout Kings’ Laz Alonso. The show is apart of the network’s Fall 2012 lineup.
Witty, off-beat British duo Tatty Devine has created this gorgeous neck piece in honor of legendary Mexican artist, Frida Kahlo for their Spring 2012 collection.
On February 29th, Manhattan’s Hotel Americano will host The Dominican DREAM Independence Day Fundraiser. Co-hosted by Pulitzer Prize winning author Junot Díaz and Actress Celines Toribio, the event will include Dominican cocktails, gourmet hors d’oeuvres, art, music and a special silent auction.
If you’ve recently gone to see Fast Five in theaters, you probably heard Reggaeton artist Don Omar’s “Taboo,” the 3rd single from his compilation album Meet the Orphans. Adapted from Kaoma’s 1989 hit “Lambada,” it is now #3 on the Billboard’s Tropical Songs list.
Once upon a time, while working in a Korean-owned boutique in NYC, I was introduced to the world of K-Pop, Korean food and culture. I say this to give a little background as to why I would be watching Korean music videos on Arirang TV and why I came across a new video by Korean Rap group, Clover for their debut single, “La Vida Loca.”
An Innovative Web Series Reminiscent of a Latin “Cheers” Crossed With Spike Lee’s “Do The Right Thing,” Explores The Comedic Side of Gentrification.
Panamanian rap duo Los Rakas has released a new video for their Uproot Andy-produced “Abrazame,” directed by Aris Jerome.