Guernica the ultimate Anti War Icon

Guernica the ultimate Anti War Icon

Before getting into Guernica, the painting, let me give you a short introduction to the worlds political climate. It was April 26th 1937, it was the middle of the Spanish Civil War. The country was divided in two political sides, the Republicans (the liberal party)... read more
Art on the change!

Art on the change!

It seems that this pandemic has its days numbered, soon we will be back to normal, or at least back to a “new normal”. But what will this idea of a new normal look like? All along in history after a crisis of this magnitude, be it a world war or a global pandemic,... read more
Pamplona´s Cathedral

Pamplona´s Cathedral

At the highest point in Pamplona (Spain), we find the magnificent city Cathedral, an amazing temple from the 15th Century, consecrated in honor of the Holy Mary. Her name is Santa María la Real (The Royal Holy Mary) The façade is probably not the most impressive part... read more