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"Tales for Broken Hearts and Melancholic Souls"" by writer Camilo Alves Nascimento with the art of Nádia Dalla Vecchia, featured. Photo: Disclosure.

“TALES FOR BROKEN HEARTS AND MELANCHOLIC SOULS: “, by Juliana Vannucchi

In 2018, the brilliant writer Camilo Alves Nascimento decided to gather his tales and disseminate them through fanzines, a not very conventional format for that purpose. Apesar de não ser comum um escritor usar essas revistas independentes para compartilhar suas ...

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Marie-Louise Plum, artwork - featured.

“Interview with Marie-Louise Plum”, by: Juliana Vannucchi

I talked to the talented English painter Marie-Louise Plum, who told me the story of his incredible artistic trajectory and made several reflections about the meaning of art and the effects it can have on people's lives. Also ...

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Johnny Cash by Thiago Rocha. Photo: Disclosure.

“Thiago Rocha is a symbol of freedom and artistic boldness:”, by Juliana Vannucchi

Thiago Rocha is a resident artist from the city of Santo André, located in the state of São Paulo. Since I met your imagery productions, I was simply delighted, because Rocha has a very unique ability to unite in a single design, a Serie ...

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“Meet the Egg, a collective of independent artists:”, by Juliana Vannucchi

“Art is a flower born on the path of our life, and that is developed to soften it ”. – Arthur Schopenhauer OVO is a collective of creative minds that incorporate their most diverse points of view in unique works. A ...

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“Meet the comic Alejandro Gomez:”, by Juliana Vannucchi

"In fact, I'm more a militant agnostic. Perhaps art is my faith ". – A. Gomez. Of course, worldwide, there are many skilled designers. However, perhaps there is a greater number of players than creators. And is ...

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"SORAYA balera" by Juliana Vannucchi

Today, with much satisfaction, I present to readers of our site, the artist Soraya Balera, resident of Sorocaba (SP), that in their productions, works with oil paintings, also acrylic and mixed techniques using. Balera has participated in exhibitions in ...

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The Great Red Dragon and the Beast from the Sea, 1805. William Blake. National Gallery of Art, Washington. Rosenwald Collection. Featured.

“The Dionysian Aura of Jim Morrison:” by Juliana Vannucchi

“Pain is a way to wake up (…) Do you feel your strength with the experience of pain (…) it is a feeling – your feelings are part of you (…) (excerpt from an interview with James Lizze – 1969). ...

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“Geniuses painting:” by Juliana Vannucchi

Below, I listed my biggest influences painting, and I recorded a few brief comments by which justify my admiration for such artists. This type of text is always subject to change. I clarify that it was not written in chronological order. My ...

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“The Relevance of the Lie as Artistic Component in Oscar Wilde:” by Juliana Vannucchi

This text seeks to explore and share with readers, some observations and interpretations of an essay written by Oscar Wilde in 1891, The titled decay lie. The text referred to it is a dialogue between Vivian and Cyril, two characters ...

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Fig. 1 – Knight, Death and Devil, featured, 1513. Albrecht Düher. National Gallery of Art, Washington. Rosenwald Collection. "More clearly speaking, skull, It seems to-me, expresses death, the end that is exposed in the way that man travels ". – Juliana Vannucchi.

“Some Notes on the Legacy Artistic Düher” by Juliana Vannucchi

Dear readers, below, gladly share with you the key insights I had with the paintings of Düher, how they affected me aesthetically and why so much intrigue me every time that they appreciate and give myself. Before ...

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