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By Sybaris Collection

Käthe Kollwitz (Königsberg, 1867 – Moritzburg, 1945) is a German artist who has unanimously obtained favorable opinions from critics and the public. Interested in politics, particularly feminism (she studied at the Munich School of Female Artists in 1889), her work achieved its highest recognition at the end of the First World War.

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Victor Vasarely was an artist dedicated to op art. Although he studied medicine, his interest in abstract art was more than genuine. When thinking about his name, it is common for the viewer to see the image of his vibrant works of color, made between 1960 and 1970.

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A biography of one of the most famous artists in history: Vincent Van Gogh. This new material, Vincent’s Books: Van Gogh and the Writers Who Inspired Him, explores the painter’s relationship with his brother, writing, and some of the works that possibly defined his life and work.  Van Gogh is one of the most recognized artists today, his works have been applauded and reproduced in thousands of objects, but what did he like to read and what was the passion of the artist who was never satisfied with so many books he devoured? This book by Mariella Guzzoni is an opportunity to give life to the painter who also had religious aspirations, ideas and thoughts that accompanied him all his life.

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A New Museum

A new museum that combines art, science and technology was inaugurated in Sinaloa by Governor Quirino Ordaz Coppel

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Mexico is one of the countries with the greatest artistic activity in the world. The construction of 10 art museums in the last 8 years is irrefutable proof of this. And a couple of weeks ago, a new attempt to spread art and culture was announced in Sinaloa with the Materia Museum, inaugurated by Governor Quirino Ordaz Coppel with the objective of giving access to international art exhibitions and proposals.

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