In The Loop

Tarsila Do Amaral: Cannibalizing Modernism

While studying in Paris at the beginning of the 20th Century, it dawned on painter Tarsila Do Amaral she needed to bring a touch of Brazil to the city's art scene. A major figure in Brazilian modernism her paintings inspired the 'Cannibal Movement' backed by a belief that Brazillian artists should weave their culture into others, preserving their own vision. Sao Paulo is hosting the largest exhibition ever dedicated to Tarsila, and now the rest of the world is waking up to who she really was. #TarsilaDoAmaral #CannibalizingModernism #SãoPaulo

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The Crown | Bogdan Senchukov | Picasso in Izmir

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Rembrandt's Light

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Goya's Drawings at Prado Museum

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July 15 - Thoughts in Motion: Arabella Munro

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July 15 - Thoughts in Motion: Soraya Salam

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July 15 - Thoughts in Motion: Yasin Eken

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July 15 - Thoughts in Motion: Andrea Sanke

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July 15 - Thoughts in Motion: Mohsin Mughal

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Woman On War: Shelly Kittleson, Independent Journalist

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