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How did museums come to be? Nowadays they are a familiar part of the urban landscape, but it was not always the case...
Why should we celebrate love on February 14, and not just be grateful to Cupid every day? Because we’ve been brainwashed ever since the 14th century.
Today, the mention of Pre-Raphaelite painting brings to mind images of languid women with opulent red or dark hair, reclining in vividly coloured floral environments – but how did it all come to be?
There are instances when artists engage in direct conversation with one another as if magnetically pulled by some omniscient, cosmic force.
The appeal of eco-photography is rising as populations are becoming more and more interested in and concerned about the connection that we have with our environment.
Women have always been the favorite subject of artists.
In art, it is common to use our society’s symbols to address universal topics such as beauty, passion, and morality.
Monochrome painting has often been considered as the negation of art, or, on the contrary, its most accomplished form.
Here at UMA, we’d like to draw your attention to the contemporary Native American artistic scene.