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To forget? Never! To remember? Ever!

In his book Sculpting Time, the Russian filmmaker Andrei Tarkovsky (1932-1986) reminded us that: "time constitutes a condition for the existence of our 'I'. It resembles a kind of culture medium that...

The obscenity of the holocaust and consumer society in Boris' blunt art...

At least two possibilities of etymology are attributed to the obscene adjective. In Latin, the word classifies what is opposed to modesty, is rude or vulgar. In Greek semantics, there is a connection to the theater,...
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São Paulo Jewish Museum seeks to intertwine with the city and other...

For nearly 80 years, Templo Beth-El, in downtown São Paulo, has served the city's Jewish community. Designed in a Byzantine style by Russian architect Samuel Roder, it housed from 1932 to 2010...