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  • PERU 

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    If these walls could talk

    Sarah Bagner worked as a marketing creative for several years after graduating with an art degree from university.

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  • PERU 

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    Say it BIG

    While in Amsterdam, city of absolute madness and where design is ever-present – even in toilet paper details – I found an installation by American artist Barbara Kruger, known and famous for her photographic collages and large-scale installations. Truth is, […]

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  • ITALIA 

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    Picasso: Masterworks from the Musée National

    Deux femmes courant sur la plage Eleven years after his last great exhibit Picasso is back in Milan! Curated by Anne Baldassari, one of the most influential scholars of the artist and president of the Musée National Picasso in Paris, the exhibit […]

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  • ESPANA 

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    Veronica Krause, pure art

    Today this blog opens its doors to different artists, writers and lovers of beautiful things… One of them is Veronica Krause, I have never liked interviews (well the classic ones) I prefer to let people express themselves and share what’s […]

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  • BULGARIA 

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    High voltage

    Not long ago, early this month, 26 artists painted 51 electrical panels within ten days of one of our favorite streets – “Georgi Rakovski str.” The campaign, organized jointly with the “Transformers” and in cooperation with Sofia Municipality is a […]

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  • PERU 

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    Color: quotes from the geniuses of art

    Color, how to explain it? To me it’s a sort of injection of vitality, energy, playfulness. It’s everything. No one imagines a life in B&W, least of all in grays. It’d be absolute sadness. Seriously. Benetton is a celebration of […]

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    Make the world go WOW!

    Windows of Wonder is a non-profit art project created by Fabrica, Benetton’s grant-based innovation lab, developed in collaboration with YAI-Young Artists Incubator. Discover more on WoW! Project on icon.benetton.com

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  • FILIPINE 

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    Lace, florals, and python at Myth

    Myth, a boutique in the heart of Manila’s central business district, has been selling and promoting the creations of Filipino designers for years now. Even before entering the store, their names can be seen on the glass doors. The group […]

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  • PERU 

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    Mirror, mirror

    The work of this Scottish artist Rob Mulholland is incredible. Human sculptures in glass acrylic that are perfectly camouflaged in the environment. His installation, Vestige, comprises 6 sculptures of men and women and is for the author a reflection of […]

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  • MEXICO 

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    Pastel Pin Up

    Benetton’s Pin Up has a very summery mood! The knitwear collection that enhances feminine curves is back this season for a Spring-Summer collection with delicate sherbet colors. Lilac, mint, aqua, pastel yellow, pistachio green, coral pink… a very sweet color […]

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  • CHINA 

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    Hiding in the city (and lost in fashion)

    Liu Bolin was born in China’s Shandong province. His work has been exhibited in museums around the world. Also known as “The Invisible Man”, Liu Bolin’s most popular works are from his Hiding in the City series; photographic works that […]

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  • CHILE 

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    Tattoo mania

    When I was little I was convinced that people who had tattoos were evil (a clear preconception created by bad TV) until I realized over the years that I was very wrong: when I grew up I started to noticed […]

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