Latin American Theater

When the text of the ancient tragedy of the Quechua Indians “Rabinal Aci” was translated into many European languages in 1859, it became evident that before the Spanish conquest on the continent there was an original ancient Indian theater. Of the works created in the era before the colonization by Europeans of Latin America, we […]

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A modern still life or a photo of the scraps?

A well-known modern photographer and teacher Laura Letinsky films still lifes. The only thing that prevents ordinary viewers from happily rejoicing at its beautiful images is that the food in these photographs is underfed. Today, under the heading “Photography”, we’ll figure out why to shoot such still lifes and who’s undernourished on Laura Letinsky’s still […]

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Modern theater is like Facebook

Transformation of the theater into contemporary art is a topic of great research, because it is connected not only with the theater, strangely enough, but also with the “physiology of looking” and with new media, which this physiology has greatly changed. The current generation of young people who are actively using new technologies, gadgets, social […]

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European and Oriental theatrical art in the metacultural space

Globalization, greatly intensifying intercultural contacts, involuntarily takes us away from the simple quantitative characteristics of this process and makes us realize its new qualitative state, which is inextricably linked with the notion of metaculture. The state of metaculture determines how the ability of cultures (primarily nationals) to develop creatively in relationships with each other, to […]

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