ARTBO 2016 kicks off with inauguration event

Bogotá's International Art Fair (ARTBO) kicked off on Wednesday with an inaugural celebration that drew artists, collectors, celebrities, community figures and more.
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BARCÚ brings international culture to Bogotá’s La Candelaria

BARCÚ culture fair opens up Bogotá's historic La Candelaria neighborhood to the arts in ways that might surprise visitors this week with an international cast of artists.

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Avianca resumes flights to Caracas after dangerous air harassment incident

An incident over Venezuela airspace involving a warplane and commercial airliner has threatened to sever the vital air connection between Bogotá and Caracas.

ARTBO 2016: A world of art right on your doorstep

One of the leading art fairs in the Americas opens its doors this week with an impressive line up of galleries from 28 cities around the world. Some 45,000 are expected to attend this 12th edition of ARTBO.

Fifteen galleries participating in the sixth edition of Odeón Contemporary Art...

The sixth edition of the Odeón Contemporary Art Fair will host 15 galleries, as well as workshops, concerts and academic events.

The tango of Piazzolla comes to the Colón with Camerata Porteña

The Camerata Porteña ensemble will perform for two nights next month at the Colón Theatre the works of tango great Astor Piazzolla.

Opening the box on creation: The Origin of the Night exhibition

The exhibition "El Origén de la Noche" at the Art Museum of the National University explores the origin of creation from the ancestral traditions of Colombia's Amazonian indigenous communities.

Understanding Colombia’s peace with a carrot and a stick

A new round of talks have begun in Havana to find a negotiated end to the Colombia conflict. But recent history has shown us that only former presidents Santos and Uribe can salvage a peace on the brink.

A Colombian journalist recounts why she marched for peace

Thousands have marched this week across Colombia to pressure the government and opposition to accept the final peace accord with FARC. Here a perspective from the street.

As ceasefire deadline nears Colombians march to mend shattered peace

Thousands of Colombians are marching in support of the the peace accord with FARC as a deadline to end the bilateral ceasefire nears.

Editorial: Take it as a “yes”

In an emotionally-charged campaign before the October 2 plebiscite, Colombians will have their say and the world will listen.

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