March 17, 2018|María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards
Love is a universal emotion, and therefore, one of the main themes in art. Take a look at how these masters portrayed this intense emotion.
March 15, 2018|María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards
We all recognize Ancient Egyptian art when we see it, but what do we actually know about it?
March 15, 2018|Ariel Rodriguez
Fiona Roberts' installation, "Façade," plays with our senses, our conception of reality, and how we see our own bodies.
March 9, 2018|María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards
In the history of art, there have been tons of cases of forgery that have fooled even some of the best specialists.
March 7, 2018|Ariel Rodriguez
The postcards with erotic prints made in the 20th century depict playful sexuality and an open attitude towards sex.
March 7, 2018|María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards
Marie-Antoinette went from being a sweet girl engaged to stranger to one of the most hated characters in history.
March 1, 2018|Maria Suarez
When society encounters a woman that does not fit the stereotype or expected characteristics of beauty, she is deemed as being something else.
February 23, 2018|Zoralis Pérez
The beauty standards in Renaissance art embrace Ancient Greek ideals of soft, feminine beauty and strong, intellectual men.
February 22, 2018|María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards
Painted in 1800, Marie Benoist's "Portrait of a Black Woman" sparked intense discussions that are still being so controversial today.
February 20, 2018|Zoralis Pérez
Over the centuries, there have been many artistic illustrations supporting the theory that Alexander the Great was conceived by Zeus in the form of a dragon.