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INTERVIEW WITH AURORA RUMI

Almeriense from 77 in love with pop iconography and 1950s cinema. Throughout his career, which began under the feet of the Alhambra, he has worked with different graphic resources that currently result in a set of pencil on paper and digital color that illustrate his

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THEY HAVE A LOT OF ART

Every year on March 8, International Women’s Day is celebrated around the world. Femininity is celebrated and honors the indomitable spirit of women around the world. In an environment like this, dominated by men, the talent of a good handful of women stands out, such

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THE GREAT WAVE OFF KANAGAWA

I imagine that this image will be very familiar to most of you. The work is titled The Great Wave off Kanagawa by Hokusai, a very humble artist who was aware of the greatness of his work and visibly signs it at the top left.

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ARTISTIC TRENDS 2021

The damn COVID has greatly marked our lives and also the lifestyle we were used to. Reducing social (physical) life to the maximum and, consequently, adapting to what seems to be our “new normal”, where we are forced to shake hands with technology. Online shopping,

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AFRICAN CREATIVITY

Manju Journal , a cultural platform founded in 2015 and led by Orlando Mensah and Kusi Kubi, it has been promoting emerging talent in photography and other creative disciplines from across Africa. In addition to being an outstanding incubator for the next creative generation, they

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YAYOI KUSAMA

Climbing to the top of the Empire State Building was the first thing Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama did when she arrived in New York, entering the 1960s. At 26, she aspired to achieve recognition and fame when pop art and minimalism were breaking into the

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AITOR MENDILIBAR

After seeing the documentary “Shadowman” we could not stop being interested in everything that surrounded him, we had the great luck of being able to interview someone who was very involved in the project, Aitor Mendilibar. Aitor Mendilibar is a Cinematographer, always looking to weave

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SHADOWMAN: RICHARD HAMBLETON

Before Basquiat, before Keith Haring, the street corners of Manhattan in the early 1980s became a canvas for Shadowman. Distinctive figures on walls and alleys were the work of Richard Hambleton, who is considered by many people, the first street artist. I have to confess

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THE “FREEDOM” TUNNEL ART

There is a dark and humid underground place where art once flourished and where the homeless huddled under 20-foot-high copies of works by Da Vinci, Goya and Michelangelo. The tunnel was built by Robert Moses in the 1930s to expand the park’s space for Upper

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FASHION HAND IN HAND WITH URBAN ART

Street art is not always vandalism, in fact today, this type of art is one of the samples that fall into the category of modern art, since it can be seen and appreciated in this way. Urban artists express their ideas on a canvas that

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