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  • Caganer in the Nativity Scene Caganer in the Nativity Scene

    The Caganer: A Christmas Tradition

    By December 22, 2020

    As Christmas approaches, many of us are probably decorating our homes for the holidays. Even though this year we might not be able to gather with our loved ones, the decoration of our home will hopefully bring us...

  • A Controversial Christmas Tree in Venice

    By December 22, 2020

    Weighing 9 tonnes, 10 metres tall, the 2020 Christmas Tree of Venice had become a scandal before it was lit up last week. Why? Because it’s not a typical green spruce or pine with colorful lights and baubles...

  • The Mysterious Pinturas Negras Reveal Goya’s Darkest Secrets

    By November 9, 2020

    There are already several articles that treat in detail the life and works of Francisco Goya. If you want to learn about his career or most famous works, look them up in our magazine because here we’ll dig...

  • Miyatake Gaikotsu and his Puzzling Postcards

    By November 4, 2020

    At the beginning of the 20th century, when Japan started embracing the West and rapid industrialization of almost all aspects of life, Miyatake Gaikotsu (funnily enough, gaikotsu means ‘skull/skeleton’ in Japanese) was the one who questioned and interpreted...

  • The Art of Mia Makila: Grim Rreaper The Art of Mia Makila: Grim Rreaper

    The Art of Mia Makila: 13 Important Questions

    By October 30, 2020

    Viewing the art of Mia Makila is like walking into a labyrinthine psyche masquerading as a shop. You open the door, the bell rings, and you realise that you’re the only customer. This shop only accepts one customer...

  • Maurizio Cattelan, America, Solomon Guggenheim Museum, New York, 2016. Source: www.guggenheim.org. Maurizio Cattelan, America, Solomon Guggenheim Museum, New York, 2016. Source: www.guggenheim.org.

    Weird & Bizarre: A Toilet as a Work of Art

    By October 27, 2020

    A joke, a provocation, or an attempt to attract your attention? Maybe none of these or maybe all of them. Here are the three of the most renowned toilets in the history of art. They may make you...

  • Vermeer’s Desperate Housewives

    By October 23, 2020

    Johannes Vermeer was a master of ambiguity. His silent and calm interiors, and beautiful Dutch women, although innocent at first glance, seem to be hiding more than one secret. Let’s meet Vermeer‘s desperate housewives! Vermeer’s Desperate Housewives: Alcohol...

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