Latin America’s queer history is scratching its origins

Images of Brazil by painter Albert Eckhout, circa 1641. Source.


Trapped inside square screens.

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How cultural appropriation became an insistent part of American culture

Dorothy Lamour. Wikimedia Commons.


The image of the intellectual woman can be different from men, and that’s okay

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What literature says about self seclusion, and how it helps to bare these hard times

John William Waterhouse. "A Tale from the Decameron", 1916, 102cm x 159cm, oil on canvas, Lady Lever Art Gallery, Port Sunlight, United Kingdom. Wikimedia Commons.


The beautiful history of painted cotton fabrics that do not have a mother nation

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Do we really need to find a meaning in everything?

art, art exhibition, art theory, understand art, read art
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Why I think equal marriage is an important political statement

equal marriage, same-sex marriage, LGBTQI marriage
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Is this really happening?

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Lawrence Abu Hamdan exhibition “Voices before the law”, creates a powerful political statement on speech, accent, immigration, and human rights.

Images of the exhibition by the author.

Vivian Castro

(she/her/ela) Art and dress historian, writer and teacher based in Berlin.

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