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African art chats about motherhood with Romanesque

Seven medium-sized African carvings on motherhood and other smaller ones, the so-called mercy armchairs, carved from wood from different parts of Africa in the 20th century, are part of the Formas de Maternidad exhibition. Dialogues between the Romanesque and Negro-African maternity hospitals, which can be seen in the blue room of the Sacred Art Museum …

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Gallardo defends bullfighting as "art of art"

Gallardo defends bullfighting as “art of art”

Tuesday, November 22, 2022 07:53 Juan García-Gallardo, vice president of the Junta de Castilla y León, described bullfighting as “art of art” at the ‘Golden Bull’ awards ceremony in Salamanca. García Gallardo presented the ‘Golden Bull’ Award to the brave cattle farmer this Monday night. Francisco GallacheHolder of the Galache badge. This award has reached …

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Camouflage art or how to hide gray hair and roots with tricks and hairstyles

claim let go of gray hair rather than painting them and showing off gray mane is growing day by day. Y epidemic He was guilty for this. “After that first incarceration many women realized that gray hair not only is it the enemy, it can even help”, he says. Veronica Castro manager Vanitas Espai (Barcelona). …

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The Art School will host a major exhibition of works by Manuel Falces.

The Art School will host a major exhibition of works by Manuel Falces.

Next Thursday, the exhibition opens at 19:00 at the Carlos Pérez Siquier School of Art. from Imagine By Manuel Falces. The exhibition features photographs taken by Falces of many of the photographers involved in the Imagine Project, which later led to the establishment of the Andalusian Center for Photography. Matilde Sánchez, president of the Manuel …

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Henri Matisse in the 30s or how to portray beauty when the world was hell

Henri Matisse in the 30s or how to portray beauty when the world was hell

“The Veiled Woman” by Henri Matisse, 1927. Oil on canvas (Museum of Modern Art, New York/Succession H. Matisse/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York) Civilization also suffered a complete collapse in the 1930s. Henri Matisse became its greatest representative. Matisse in the 1930sA groundbreaking exhibition at the Philadelphia Museum of Art presents this miraculous and joyful …

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Six gastronomic 'temples' in Malaga where Russian salad is art

Six gastronomic ‘temples’ in Malaga where Russian salad is art

Related news this Russian salad probably top perfect of all restaurant or a self-respecting bar. And it doesn’t matter if it’s next to the cathedral, on a more expensive street, or at the foot of a highway… If the Russian salad isn’t up to par, that job is inevitably flagged. Looks are deceiving, as with …

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Clemencia Echeverri: the art of healing buried pain

Clemencia Echeverri: the art of healing buried pain

Clemencia Echeverri is the artist behind the “Río por asalto” exhibition held at the Miguel Urrutia Art Museum in 2018. / Gustavo Torrijos Photo: “GUSTAVO TORRIJOS” Darkness fills the rooms of the Espacio Continuo gallery and surround sound provides better perception of sounds, trucks, wind and more, while the walls are filled with images that …

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