New Year, New Flamenco, New Art.

To all you flamenco, art, vintage film, photo or history lovers: 2018 might be your lucky year. If you follow Flamenco Artworks, that is. 

Flamenco in the streets

In Sevilla flamenco can literally be found in the streets. Here, I can step out of my house and find guitarists playing bulerías on a terrace or I can join an improvised flamenco party in one of the antique little bars. -reporting from Sevilla, Spain A flamenco fiesta in bar ‘La Habanilla’, Sevilla. That’s me in the…

And all I could say was… “hola”

Only in Seville can I leave my house and just walk into one of the most famous flamenco dancers in the world – reporting from Seville, ES As it happens this month I am living in a lovely community of neighbours in Seville in the area of La Macarena to practice my flamenco dancing and…

Flamenco entertainment- LIVE from Seville, Spain

Flamenco painter Patricio Hidalgo took me for a fantastic flamenco night in the Spanish city of Seville in a place where he painted the stage design and where flamenco history is still very tangible. Read on to join me in my magical encounters with flamenco. One of the greatest things of Seville is the omnipresence of flamenco. Different…

Flamenco meets graffiti in Barcelona

An exhilarating graffiti painting of legendary flamenco dancer Carmen Amaya by artists BTOY and URIGINAL shows the rawness and elegance that often go together in flamenco.

News: FlamencoArtworks©’ Weekly Inspiration moved to Facebook

Flamenco Artworks©’ Weekly Inspiration posts will from now on only be published on the Facebook page FlamencoArtworks. So if you are a fan of my Weekly Inspiration posts and you are one of my faithful followers on flamenco-blog.com, then you might have noticed that you haven’t been receiving them in your e-mail inbox anymore. I am reserving this blog for…

Flamenco Artworks© Weekly Inspiration:  Julio & Sara dancing with paintings

No, this weekly inspiration is not about Julio Iglesias. He is not a flamenco singer! It is about another Julio, a Spanish artist called Julio Romero de Torres (1874-1930) who painted such beautiful portraits of Andalusian belles, that they were still represented a century later in a movie by Carlos Saura called ‘Flamenco Flamenco’.  In this dance scene in…