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Originally posted on Broad Strokes: The National Museum of Women in the Arts' Blog:
Mexican artist Graciela Iturbide is considered on of the most important and influential Latin American photographers of the past four decades. Her oeuvre is rich in…
Today I stole Frida’s flowers… My friend, Franca, and I recently went to see the Frida Kahlo exhibition at the Scuderie del Quirinale. I have a passion for huipiles and since Frida wore them all the time, the exhibit demanded my … Continue reading
I have two rebozos from Santa Maria del Rio (San Luis Potosi), known for its rebozo school. Even though it was more than 30 years ago, I still remember the day I bought them. The green one is still brightly colored (maybe because … Continue reading
Originally posted on CONTENT:
In modern philosophical theory, an acknowledgment of power beyond human understanding is largely absent. Ex Votos however are votive offerings of gratitude for a vow or prayer fulfilled. Votive offerings are given before prayer fulfillment as appeasement…
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