Latin America

Camilo Restrepo: the revolutionary architect of Medellín

A Harvard lecturer is one of the main urban renewal architects in the Colombian city as the country builds a fragile peace


Was Hemingway’s macho posturing merely a front?

New biography exploring author’s sexuality suggests divide between virile figure of novels and reality


Annie Leibovitz: the early years

The US photographer dusts off her work for ‘Rolling Stone’ in the 1970s for an exhibition in Arles, France


After Malaga and Brussels, Pompidou Center mulls branch in Colombia

Latin America “among our perspectives for the future,” says institution’s head Serge Lasvignes


A wealth of exhibitions to celebrate Picasso’s Mediterranean inspiration

Museums across Europe and North Africa will be showing the Spanish artist from a new angle

Franco-era psychiatric clinic doc wins praise in Copenhagen

Fóra, or, Out is a documentary telling the story of life in a Galician mental hospital The movie was made after two years of research with a grant of 16,000 euros