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    Pride Month: Andy Warhol’s Ladies and Gentlemen

    By June 27, 2019

    The club “The Gilded Grape”, situated in the no man’s land of Eighth Avenue and West 45th Street in New York City, was a hub of drag queens and black and Hispanic transvestites. In 1975, Bob Colacello, future...

  • Celebrating the Male Body in Renaissance Florence

    By June 17, 2019

    The adoration of a male body was an inspiration for many artists and there’s no medium better suited to presenting the full beauty and complexity of it than sculpture. Today we’ll take a look at the works by...

  • Black Is Beautiful: Kwame Brathwaite at the Skirball Center

    By June 15, 2019

    Let’s play a game: pick up any magazine from a U.S. newsstand and count how many people of color are featured. Now try playing with a magazine from the 1950’s. Depending on which magazine you chose, the difference...

  • Best Bums in Art History

    By June 7, 2019

    When we met up with Zuza, our CEO, we started chatting about what’s missing in our blog. We quickly came to a conclusion: we miss some hot and shapely buttocks. So, here they come, best bums in art...

  • Masking and Unmasking Women in Art

    By May 10, 2019

    Just a few weeks ago, Venice was transformed into a different world. It was carnival and people in masks were strolling through the city. There is a fascination with wearing a mask: one hides behind it and becomes...

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    What Should We Look Like? Ask The Three Graces

    By May 6, 2019

    No matter which show we look at – ‘America’s Next Top Model’, ‘Germany’s Next Topmodel’ or ‘Make Me a Supermodel’ – we see the same scenario. A group of young women has to go through various tasks and...

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    Apollo and Daphne #metoo

    By April 24, 2019

    In Ovid’s poem Metamorphoses, boastful, arrogant God Apollo is mad with love for the virginal river nymph Daphne after being shot with a golden arrow by Eros. Daphne however wishes to remain unmarried and spurns him. A chase...

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