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Living in... cities known for art and culture

Five urban areas where the creative spaces and innovative atmosphere benefit locals and visitors alike.
Read more… 20 March 2013


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Rain art drops into Vancouver

Running until 14 April, a new exhibition embraces the region’s tempestuous weather and uses technology to respond to varying degrees of rainfall.
Read more… 20 March 2013


Preserving history in Buenos Aires

Locals are aiming to protect the city’s Baroque, Art Nouveau and Beaux Arts buildings, which combine to create an eclectic, cosmopolitan and unique architectural landscape.
Read more… 14 March 2013


South Africa’s arty eastern Karoo

In a sparsely inhabited region of baked brown plains and cobalt skies, two neighbouring towns are blessed with a surprisingly large helping of art and culture.
Read more… 07 March 2013


Localites

Venice’s most famous painter comes to Rome

Until 16 June, the most anticipated art exhibition of the year will display 39 of Titian’s best works in the city’s Scuderie del Quirinale.
Read more… 07 March 2013


Localites

San Francisco’s other bridge shines

On 5 March, the Bay Bridge will be transformed into largest LED light sculpture in the world.
Read more… 05 March 2013


Localites

New York City’s hidden museum

A menagerie of collectibles and found objects awaits visitors to this tiny venue in an unassuming Tribeca locale.
Read more… 22 February 2013


Malaga’s coming of age

After decades of favouring the Andalucían cities of Granada, Córdoba and Seville, travellers are starting to realise what they are missing.
Read more… 21 February 2013


Rotterdam, angle by angle

With an architectural landscape that combines modern and experimental elements, Rotterdam’s skyline may not necessarily be pretty – but it is daring.
19 February 2013


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