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MASP – Museu de arte de São Paulo

Beatriz Milhazes is a Brazilian artist. She is known for her work juxtaposing Brazilian cultural imagery and references to western Modernist painting. Below are some of the picture from exposition inside the MASP. Her work is characterized by the use of color, geometric structures, arabesques, florals and ornamental motifs to create compositions of intense optical

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“_________(enter country) is the most class-ridden country under the sun. It is a land of snobbery and privilege, ruled largely by the old and the silly”

In the short run, equality of sacrifice, ‘war-Communism’, is even more important than radical economic changes. It is very necessary that industry should be nationalized, but it is more urgently necessary should monstrosities as butlers and ‘private incomes’ should disappear forthwith. Almost certainly reason why the Spanish Republic could keep up the fight for two

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