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Antonio Gattorno (1904-1980) is said to be the father of modernism in Cuba.  After studying in Europe for seven years he returned to his home country and painted local subject matter focusing largely on portraying the humble dignity of the people despite their impoverished situation.   Curiously he depicts the men in a vaguely cubist style and the women in a soft and gently curvacious style. Gattorno redefined Cuban art and the results are somehow so personal, atmospheric, and deeply…

Cuban Art and the Search for a National Identity

Untitled (pouring coffee) by Cuban painter Antonio Gattorno via art mundus

As a huge Frida Kahlo fan myself, I thought I'd seen just about all the best photographs of the iconic artist, but today I stumbled upon an enormous archive of personal snaps on the Casa Azul tumblr site. It may not be her estate's official Tumblr, but it sure feels like I've been flicking through o

As a huge Frida Kahlo fan myself, I thought I'd seen just about all the best photographs of the iconic artist, but today I stumbled upon an enormous archive of

Frases de Fernando Pessoa, ícone da literatura.

Frases de Fernando Pessoa, ícone da literatura.

"The poet is a man who feigns / And feigns so thoroughly, at last / He manages to feign as pain / The pain he really feels" Fernando Pessoa (translated by Edouard Roditi) Poetry Magazine)

Frida Kahlo y Diego Rivera

Frida Kahlo’s life explored in 1950s photographs

Married Mexican artists Diego Rivera - and Frida Kahlo - circa walk on a path through their garden, which is filled with stone statues and a bird cage, Mexico. Kahlo is holding a monkey.

David Bowie at the house of Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo.

David Bowie at Frida Kalho´s House/Museum * Coyoacan * South Side of Mexico City * October 22 2004 * (C)Fernando Aceves

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