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Festival d’Automne

This four-month festival of theatre, dance, film and performance art is an important fixture on the Parisian cultural calendar. The 44th edition of the high-quality festival features many big names...
Dublin What's on

Jameson Dublin Film Festival

The Jameson Dublin International Film Festival provides a wide range of filmscreenings and movie discussions over 11 nights in venues across the capital, including C...
Brussels What's on

Europalia.india

The 24th Europalia International biennial brings a taste of India to Brussels. The four-month festival celebrates all aspects of Indian culture through a multidisciplinary programme comprising ex...
Copenhagen What's on

Golden Days: Søren Kierkegaard

This year's Golden Days festival is dedicated to Søren Kierkegaard (1813-1855), the Danish philosopher, theologian, poet, social critic and religious author who is widely considered the first e...
London What's on

Makers Our Story - Cinema Screening

‘Makers Our Story’ is an inspiring documentary about the UK independent film industry with revealing interviews from award-winning independent filmmakers and leading industry professionals...
Istanbul What's on

Istanbul’s iDans Festival travels the Silk Road

Istanbul hosts iDANS06 Festival until May 2013 to bring the mythical Silk Road alive through contemporary performing arts and exhibitions in public spaces. This year’s festival, which started in...
Brussels What's on

Charles V Festival

20 May - 5 July. Brussels presents a programme of cultural events dedicated to the theme of Emperor Charles V and the influence he had on the Belgian capital. During his 40-year reign between 1515 a...
Madrid What's on

The Art of Piranesi

24 April - 9 September. Caixaforum Madrid hosts a major exhibition dedicated to the work of Giovanni Battista Piranesi (1720-1778), one of the most important artists of the 18th century. The show...
Berlin What's on

ARTandPRESS

23 March - 24 June. The Martin-Gropius-Bau presents a modern art exhibition dedicated to the different ways artists perceive and react to news. Since the 19th century newspapers have provided arti...
Paris What's on

Trompe-l'oeil: imitations, pastiches et autres illusions

19 March - 15 November 2013. The Museum of Art Deco pays homage to the eye-deceiving art form known as "trompe-l'oeil", meaning "trick of the eye" in French. A difficult and often time-consuming t...
Paris What's on

Trompe-l'oeil: imitations, pastiches et autres illusions

19 March - 15 November 2013. The Museum of Art Deco pays homage to the eye-deceiving art form known as "trompe-l'oeil", meaning "trick of the eye" in French. A difficult and often time-consuming t...
Dublin What's on

The tale of the Bamboo Cutter

11 May - 5 August. Dublin's Chester Beatty Library celebrates the Japanese tale of the "Bamboo Cutter" with a pair of 17th-century scrolls, believed to be the earliest surviving illustrated version of...
Amsterdam What's on

400 years: Netherlands - Turkey

18 April - 26 August. The Amsterdam Museum is staging numerous exhibitions and events to celebrate the historic economic and diplomatic ties between Turkey and the Netherlands. The exhibition "Cha...
Berlin What's on

Free Traditional Thai Yoga Massage workshops in Berlin

Date: Saturday 16 of June 2012 from 15h to 18h.
Copenhagen What's on

German World Images 1890-1939: from Kollwitz to Nolde

20 April - 12 August. The Statens Museum for Kunst focuses on the period in German art history that ushered in Modernism, with an exhibition that presents more than 70 drawings, watercolours and graph...
Barcelona What's on

Sculpture/Object

15 February - 1 September. Fundaci
Brussels What's on

Marten Toonder Centenary

7 February - 23 September. The Belgian Comic Strip Centre pays homage to the late comic strip writer, illustrator and author Marten Toonder with an exhibition, part of a year-long international celebr...
Berlin What's on

Fernando M. Romero - Plain View

Solo-exhibtion; paintings 26 April - 9 June 2012
Vienna What's on

Impressionism: Pastels, Watercolours, Drawings

10 February - 13 May. The Albertina devotes an exhibition to works on paper by artists such as Renoir, Van Gogh, C
Madrid What's on

Hans Haacke: Castles in the Air

14 February - 23 July. The Reina Sof

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