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Mauricio Ruiz is a writer and journalist who has lived in the US, Belgium, Mexico and Norway. His work has appeared in Words Without Borders, CatapultThe CommonThe RumpusElectric LiteratureJMWWRiver TeethLiteral Magazine, among others. He's been shortlisted for the Bridport Prize and Myriad Editions Competition in the UK, as well as the Fish Short Story Prize in Ireland. He has received fellowships from OMI writers (NY), Société des auteurs (Belgium), Jakob Sande (Norway), Can Serrat (Spain), and the Three Seas' Council (Rhodes). His second book, Silencios al sur, was published in early 2017, and his work has partially been translated into Dutch and French. Mauricio Ruiz can be followed on Twitter and Instagram.

29 March 2022

Rotterdam’s Depot Boijmans Van Beuningen lets you see 150,000 artworks all in one place

Rotterdam’s Depot Boijmans Van Beuningen, the world’s first publicly accessible art depot, has opened its doors to the public and is already an icon of the […]
3 March 2022

New Rodin Museum to open in Tenerife

When hearing the name Rodin, most of us are immediately mind travelling to Paris. It’s where the world’s most famous museum dedicated to the painter is […]
2 March 2022

Avicii museum opened in Stockholm

Sweden honors Swedish DJ Avicii with a new museum in Stockholm to showcase the legacy of the worldwide famous artist. Avicii Experience will allow fans and […]
18 February 2022

Dubai to open Museum of the Future

In just a few days, on the 22nd of February, the Museum of the Future, in Dubai, will finally open to the public. Contrary to what […]
14 February 2022

‘Bored’ security guard draws eyes on a $1 million painting

A painting valued at more than $1 million was ruined after a security guard decided to draw eyes on faceless figures depicted in an artwork in […]
14 February 2022

Brussels museum returns painting stolen by Nazis to Jewish family after 71 years

The Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium returned a painting to nine great-grandchildren of a Jewish couple whose property was robbed by the Nazis after […]
1 February 2022

The Resonance of Trees. A new exhibition at the Korean Cultural Center in Brussels

The Brussels Korean Cultural Center is hosting a photo exhibition that started on Monday January 31st. This exhibition invites 4 representative Korean photo artists such as […]
31 January 2022

Tales from the Casa-Museu Passos Canavarro

Travellers have always known what Gen Z have apparently now discovered: experiences are more meaningful than material goods. And in a world where everyone is competing […]
28 January 2022

Brussels welcomes exhibition on Australian Aboriginal art

It is always good to challenge one’s idea of another’s culture, upgrade one’s appreciation of history, and be moved by a vibrant present. Before Time Began, […]
21 January 2022

Italy to welcome a pasta museum

When you think of Italy, a few things immediately come to mind. Although they might be a little cliché, we can’t help but to think of […]
31 December 2021

Remembering The Battle of Little Big Horn

History, when remembered, is like time travel. It can be exciting tourism, sate curiosity and help us forget today’s toils, but it can also be a […]
15 December 2021

Dinosaur in London wears a Christmas sweater and starts a fashion trend

The Tyrannosaurus Rex at the Natural History Museum in London is ready for Christmas donning a Christmas sweater created especially for him. The animatronic T.rex wears […]
11 November 2021

New Edvard Munch Museum in Oslo is now open to visitors

Oslo’s new Munch museum is finally welcoming visitors in a spectacular waterfront location. On Friday, October 22nd, the Munch Museum took up residence in its new […]
2 November 2021

“Orient Express” exhibition welcomes visitors in Brussels

From 26 October 2021 until 17 April 2022, Train World in Brussels is hosting an exceptional exhibition dedicated to the epic story of the Orient-Express and […]
15 October 2021

ASMR lovers unite: a special expo is coming to London

If you’re reading this and wondering what the heck ASMR stands for, you’ve clearly not spent a lot of time on YouTube these last couple of […]
8 October 2021

Could Nepal become an art-destination in a post-covid world?

Gustave Le Bon is considered to be the first Frenchman to visit Nepal. His book ‘Voyage au Népal’  published in 1886, provides a general overview of the […]
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