Friday, June 21, 2024

Culture

Mexican alebrijes conquer France

For the past five months, eleven monumental alebrijes of Mexican manufacture have been spread out on Faidherbede Lille avenue in France and it is possible that after their exhibition ends on December 1, they will...

Art, a Trojan horse in the south of Buenos Aires

La Boca is a must-see on Buenos Aires sightseeing tours, but for security reasons visitors rarely venture beyond the blocks that comprise Caminito, the Boca Juniors stadium, and the two closest museums: the one of the painter Benito Quinquela...

Hungarian humor

The reader of 'Temptation' (Lumen) is about to be born who does not enjoy its pages and who does not consider this novel as one of the great literary pieces of the 20th century, although this perception is still...

James Taylor: “If Obama summons me, I appear”

It is not a star to use. On his website, jamestaylor.com, he offers free guitar lessons. It also includes videos showing how to light an old stove and other tasks typical of a resident of the snowy woods of...

What is left of communism in the United States?

One summer night in the early 1960s, at a rally in New York, the leftist Murray Kempton proclaimed to an audience full of old Reds that although America had not treated them well, it had been very lucky to...

Feminism has always been present in art, beyond Frida Kahlo

For years , artistic spaces have been marginalized for women who, for the simple fact of being women , have their doors closed, giving little value to their creations , since most of the time their works are not...

Leonard Cohen, the poet of music, dies

The legendary Canadian singer-songwriter and poet Leonard Cohen has died this Friday at the age of 82, as reported by his family through a note on his official profile on the social network Facebook . "We have lost...

500 years without Leonardo da Vinci: a genius in ten works of art

Science, civil and military engineering, human anatomy or urban planning, at the head of the Renaissance genius. Although the most exploited facet of Leonardo da Vinci is that of a painter, the artist's ingenuity and imagination transcended the...

David Goldblatt: the photographer who documented ‘apartheid’

For more than six decades David Goldblatt (Randfontein, South Africa, 1930) has documented part of his country's history. Wandering around with his camera, he has examined its inhabitants, as well as its landscapes, “seeking to experience reality without appropriating...

The enigmas of the Mona Lisa that the Prado has not solved

If you came across the Mona Lisa on the street, it would never be the one in the Louvre, because it doesn't exist. The one in the Prado, on the...

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