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The Prado Museum celebrates 200 years since its foundation with a myriad of initiatives. November 19th, 1819 was the first day when the private collection of the sovereigns of Spain was opened to the public. The institution was founded as the Museo Real de Pinturas,...read more
A photograph capturing that moment when everything can change suddenly This article was splitted in two parts, this is part two. Part one was published on 26 April 2019StyleHis style is defined by the "faithfulness to the truth" that originates from his first training...read more
A photograph capturing that moment when everything can change suddenly This article is splitted in two parts, this is part one. Part two will be published on 03 may 2019 While “Boy Bitten by a Lizard” is not one of Caravaggio's most famous works, it is certainly one...read more
As part of the current events promoted in Matera, the European Capital of Culture in 2019, there are a series of initiatives dedicated to the master of surrealism, Salvador Dalí. Three enormous works by the Catalan master are placed around the city’s historical centre...read more
Performance art is a unique form of art in which the body is the only expressive tool. Performance art began to take shape in the 1960s, however in the 1970s, on the wave of youth movements of '68, it would finally acquire artistic status by redefining the role of the...read more
European culture has at times shown forms of intolerance towards Jews. However, this has not always been the case. Initially, the relationship between Christians and Jews was positive. A 5th-century mosaic in the church of Santa Pudenziana in Rome shows disciples...read more
Pasquino and the talking statues of Rome The “Congrega degli arguti” Rome is one-of-a-kind in the panorama of European cities. In the city’s thousand-year history, many oddities have remained. One of the most curious concerns the “Congrega degli Arguti” [The...read more
An amazing event at Villa Getty, the museum of ancient art in Malibu founded by the collector and American billionaire, Jean Paul Getty, where until the end of May visitors can enjoy the new exhibition “Palmyra: Loss and Remembrance”. The event is part of a series...read more
The capital of the Swiss canton with the same name, home to one of the most important collections of works by the founder of Cubism, celebrates the early period of the Spanish painter with 80 masterpieces created between 1901 and 1907. The Beyeler Fondation of Basel,...read more
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