The beginnings of Contemporary Art explained as in a detective novel following the traces of Marcel Duchamp and Man Ray. This thrilling essay may not let us know who the real murderer is, but in the way we will learn about key issues on what we understand by Art today.
This essay dives into the intimate diaries of ten women writers such as Idea Vilariño, Alejandra Pizarnik or Susan Sontag, revealing the great distance between the private and the social self of women.
The flâneur has become a cultural icon, but what about flâneuses? This critical study reviews the history of "strolling" women with a contemporary perspective and collects the rights to which they led the way, not yet fully consolidated today.
Following Sebald's footsteps through his works, in parallel to key episodes in the History of Europe, Cristian Crusat enters the heart of the old continent to find out that we must abandon any idea about a unique, homogeneous and harmonious Europe.
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