Events taking place on November 11, 2017

Events 1–16 of 27

Bitter Laughter: Female Cartoonists from Latin America and Spain
  • Visual arts
  • New York

Bitter Laughter: Female Cartoonists from Latin America and Spain

This annual event organized by ViceVersa Magazine analyzes important issues affecting Latin America and Spain through the lens of art.

Nov 11, 2017

Performa 2017: Making Room for Action
  • Architecture
  • New York

Performa 2017: Making Room for Action

In this year’s edition of Performa, Spanish architect Carlos Mínguez curates a day-long program also featuring Spanish architect Ricardo Bofill.

Nov 11, 2017

Cislanderus now
  • Visual arts
  • Washington, D.C.

Cislanderus

After FotoWeekDC 2017, the project dedicated to the Canary Islanders community in Louisiana by Thenesoya Martín de la Nuez and Aníbal Martel remains open until December 9, 2017.

Nov 11 – Dec 9, 2017

FotoWeekDC 2017
  • Visual arts
  • Washington, D.C.

FotoWeekDC 2017

The Former Residence of the Ambassadors of Spain and the Mexican Cultural Institute are the central venues of FotoWeekDC 2017, the largest visual arts festival in Washington, D.C.

Nov 11 – Nov 19, 2017

Summer 1993 at Denver Film Festival
  • Film
  • Denver

Summer 1993 at Denver Film Festival

The acclaimed feature film debut by Carla Simon participates in the 40th edition of the Denver Film Festival.

Nov 10 – Nov 12, 2017

L.A. OLA at the AFI Fest 2017
  • Film
  • Los Angeles

L.A. OLA at the AFI Fest 2017

L.A. OLA will host the two Spanish feature films selected at AFI Fest 2017: “Summer 1993” directed by Carla Simón, and “Life and Nothing More” directed by Antonio Méndez-Esperanza.

Nov 10 – Nov 14, 2017

Jesús Chamizo, the Architect of Images now
  • Architecture
  • New York

Jesús Chamizo, the Architect of Images

Spanish photographer Jesús Chamizo is best known for his architecture series, building images based on the emotions that space produces through lines, angles, light, perspectives and shapes.

Nov 8 – Dec 10, 2017

The dog in the manger by Lope de Vega now
  • Performing arts
  • Washington, D.C.

The dog in the manger by Lope de Vega

D.C.-based Theatre Company We Happy Few presents “The Dog in the Manger,” one of the best-known plays by Spanish Golden Age playwright Lope de Vega.

Nov 8 – Dec 2, 2017

Staged readings from Spain’s Golden Age now
  • Performing arts
  • New York

Staged readings from Spain’s Golden Age

Artistic director Leyma López presents a series of staged readings written by Spanish female playwrights.

Nov 7 – Dec 5, 2017

El Caballero de Olmedo by Lope de Vega
  • Performing arts
  • New York

El Caballero de Olmedo by Lope de Vega

Mariano de Paco Serrano directs this Spanish Golden Age theatre piece by Lope de Vega on show at Teatro Círculo.

Nov 3 – Nov 12, 2017

XIII Fuego Flamenco Festival
  • Performing arts
  • Washington, D.C.

XIII Fuego Flamenco Festival

GALA Hispanic Theatre continues its 42nd season with the 13th International Fuego Flamenco Festival that brings leading flamenco artists from Spain and the United States to Washington audiences.

Nov 3 – Nov 12, 2017

Beatriz Ruibal: Inventory of What Might Have Been and (Never Was) now
  • Visual arts
  • Miami

Beatriz Ruibal: Inventory of What Might Have Been and (Never Was)

In this exhibition, Spanish artist Beatriz Ruibal reflects on her career-long aesthetic research into the impossibility of recreating the affective memory that shapes us.

Nov 3 – Dec 15, 2017

Immigration in Ibero-America at FotoWeekDC now
  • Visual arts
  • Washington, D.C.

Immigration in Ibero-America at FotoWeekDC

This photography exhibition depicts how Ibero-American countries have opened up to foreign people, celebrating the diversity that have led to today’s merged cultures.

Nov 3 – Dec 17, 2017

Murillo: The Self-Portraits now
  • Visual arts
  • New York

Murillo: The Self-Portraits

This exhibition conmemorates the IV Centenary of the birth of Baroque painter of the Spanish Golden Age, Esteban Murillo, born in Seville in 1617.

Nov 1 – Feb 4, 2018

Sergio Prego: Rose-colored Drift/To the Students now
  • Visual arts
  • Houston

Sergio Prego: Rose-colored Drift/To the Students

New York-based artist Sergio Prego creates unfamiliar perceptual and spatial situations in order to examine contemporary realms of experience, taking inspiration from the performative or experiential turn of the 1960s.

Oct 28 – Jan 27, 2018

Bitter Bites: Tracing the Fruit Market in the Global South now
  • Visual arts
  • New York

Bitter Bites: Tracing the Fruit Market in the Global South

Spanish artist Claudia Claremi together with Daniel Santiago Salguero and Raja’a Khalid examine the history, geography, and economy of the fruit market in the contemporary global scene.

Oct 27 – Dec 10, 2017