Known in recent times as “The little chapel that stood”; St. Paul’s Chapel is located in the block formed by Church, Fulton, Vessey Streets and Broadway Avenue in the lower part of the city of New York, just in front of the “World Trade Center” complex or area known as ” Ground Zero. ” Continue reading ““The Little Chapel That Stood” – New York”
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Paintings for the Future
The expressionist and abstract art movement emerged at the beginning of the 20th century. Names like Kandinsky, Mondrian and Pollock come to mind. However, it is a woman born in 1862, in Stockholm, Sweden, who experimented with that style years before those great ones. Her name, Hilma af Klint, pioneer of abstract art. Continue reading “Paintings for the Future”
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