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Art historian Juan José Junquera published a book after years of research in which he claims that Goya's famous "Black Paintings" weren't actually painted by him but probably by his son Javier.
Regardless of which version is true or not, it’s clear that Vincent van Gogh’s story is still relevant and alluring
Amrita Sher-Gil lived a similar story. Born in 1913 to an aristocratic Sikh father and a Jewish Hungarian opera singer in the early twentieth century, she spent most of her early childhood in Hungary, but at the age of nine she moved back to India.
For decades, the Berlin Wall was a symbol of repression and control. For artist Thierry Noir, it was the perfect canvas to ridicule the regime.
Dr. Atl fell in love with the vast landscapes of Mexico, mainly the different volcanoes of the territory, that he devoted all his life to its study.
Who doesn't like tasting those pulpy, tender, and sweet gifts from nature?
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"Say Something Bunny", The Performance Based On Real Found Footage Of The Fifties That Presents A World Forgotten
Imagine you found some old recordings with an impressive story, what would you do with them?
On November 6th, somebody hacked Sofia Furio's Instagram account. She lost all of her work of the last two years. This is the story of her creative process before and after the hack.
Japan’s folklore has some of the strangest and most imaginative monsters to be found in human mythology. Take a look at these illustrations if you want to know what they look like!
“I am not sick. I am broken. But I am happy to be alive as long as I can paint.” - Frida Kahlo
They built and defined a whole artistic era that did much to promote the rights of African-Americans. Here are some of the names that challenged and changed a history of oppression in what was called the Harlem Renaissance.
Political art has become a stronger and more active current in the last century. Artists like David Wojnarowicz have worked with some of the most serious topics in history to try to make a change.
Alejandro Rangel Hidalgo ruled the world of Christmas cards internationally with his heartwarming paintings of Mexican Christmas traditions.
Usually known as the father of muralism in Mexico, Diego Rivera is one of the most famous and most important artists in the country, with Mexico City covered by his impressive historical murals.