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Black Dolls and Identity

Black Dolls and Identity

From the 1890s to the 1930s in Macon, Georgia, a black handyman named Leo Moss was a pioneer of black dolls. He painted doll faces black with chimney soot and had his wife design their clothes. Their papier-mache heads were made out of scrap pieces of wallpaper he collected on […]

The better exhibitions in the RoW this spring

The better exhibitions in the RoW this spring

And yes, definitively, today we are going to close these lists of the best exhibitions of art that will be able turn this spring around the world, and we will do it with a selection of the best in the Netherlands (3), in Austria and in Germany (2 in every […]