/ Hotspots / Madrid / Salamanca-Retiro

Luz de Luna, the latest project by Abraham Garcia

There is no doubt kitchen masters usually turn everything they touch into gold. This is the case of chef Abraham Garcia and Luz de Luna, his third project, where he serves Hispano-Mexican food. Guests are welcomed by a large bar filled with tapas, snacks, appetizers, tacos and platillos Located in the Salamanca district, on foodie street […]

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/ Art&Design

Ordinariness in pastel colors by Xaviera Altena

Communicative and with a touch of humor, Xaviera Altena joins the group of illustration artists who focus on social issues such as feminism, race and gender. The 25-year-old artist seeks to give meaning to her work with a clear objective in mind: to fight for something beyond pure expression.  Using pastel pink and lemon yellow […]

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/ Art&Design

When toys come to life, by Ed Cheverton

Assembling, painting and animating. This is the process Ed Cheverton follows to bring his illustrated toys to life digitally. These Ed Cheverton creations are made up of recycled objects he has at home, which he tries to combine to make figures These Ed Cheverton creations are made up of recycled objects he has at home, […]

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/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Raval

Ølgod’s is the new Beer Paradise

If we asked 100 random people on the street if they liked beer, chances are that more than half would say yes immediately. But what would craft beer enjoy the same results? I think it would be slightly different. Or maybe not. The fact that this low-circulation drink has become a precious commodity for many […]

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/ Art&Design

Bill Viola, videoart at its best in a new book

Issues related to the human condition and the human being’s ability to scale and know the universe in which he lives are the fundamental pillars of Bill Viola’s work. Considered one of the greatest exponents of video art, Viola opens his soul to the public in this retrospective exhibition at the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao to […]

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/ Art&Design

Laurence Leenaert: a Bereber traditional with a contemporary twist

Inspired by the rituals of Moroccan tribes and Berber art, Belgian designer Laurence Leenaert gathered fashion articles combining graphic prints, organic shapes and colorful textures from Marrakesh. Laurence Leenaert presents his new collection of sarongs, kimonos, sandals and pottery Blending contemporary art and the historical motifs of this region, Laurence Leenaert presents his new collection […]

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/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Eixample

La Real, eating with your hands never tasted better

In a corner of the Eixample, between Roger de Llúria and Bruc, La Real, a small and intimate place hosts the most coveted burgers in the neighborhood. In La Real street food is venerated and cutlery is a courtesy because it isn’t necessary The image of this hamburguer place, located at 285 Carrer de Valencia, shows two […]

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/ Interviewin

Gastón Acurio, the prophet of Peruvian cuisine

Gastón Acurio (Lima 1967) wants to make Peruvian cuisine famous around the world. It may be his political upbringing. His father is a former senator and minister who insisted that he studied law, but he secretly enrolled a cooking school. But the truth is that his skills have turned him into a real ambassador of […]

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