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303 travel features tagged “Arts & Architecture”

Three days with Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera in Mexico City

From the 1920s to the 1950s, the lovers were Mexico's more shocking version of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, with an artistic output as well known as their tumultuous relationship.
Read more… 21 January 2014


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Art meets social causes in Berlin

Get involved in the city’s thriving alternative arts scene with an exhibition that not only promotes local art but also helps local society.
Read more… 17 December 2013


Surreal shapes in Mexico’s cenotes

Underwater photographer Lia Barrett combines free diving, fairy tales and environmental activism.
Read more… 13 December 2013


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Lighting up Fog City

Celebrate the festive season in San Francisco with six light-art installations that are setting the streets aglow.
Read more… 05 December 2013


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A blank canvas for Vancouver

The Flats, the Canadian city’s newest art district, is luring visitors and locals with some of the city’s most exciting galleries and exhibition spaces.
Read more… 06 November 2013


Sydney’s shore as you've never seen

Running until 10 November, a record 107 sculptures dot Australia’s epic Bondi to Bronte coastal walk. Our photographer went before the crowds arrived.
01 November 2013


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Who was the real Cleopatra?

A new exhibition brings 180 pieces from around the world together in Rome in an effort to contextualise the reign of history's most famous queen.
Read more… 28 October 2013


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Hong Kong’s tale of forbidden love

The Hong Kong Ballet is performing a Chinese-themed production for the first time ever, bringing to life one of the country's classic novels.
Read more… 25 October 2013


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World's largest graffiti exhibit

One hundred street artists are taking over a nine-storey social housing tower in Paris for 30 days before the building’s demolition in November.
Read more… 10 October 2013


In Oman, innovation meets tradition

From glittering mosques and towering mountains to frankincense and beekeeping, the Arab nation is embracing tourism while staying true to its 6,000-year-old history.
09 October 2013


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