People visiting the exhibition on humanitarian photography

Humanitarian photography stars in an exhibition at the Cervantes Institute in New York

The Cervantes Institute of New York presents an exhibition of humanitarian photography that highlights global realities, from the invasion of Ukraine to the migratory crises, through 41 powerful images of the finalists for the Luis Valtueña Prize.

Art work from Maria Sibylla Merian

Through the Chrysalis: Unveiling the Harmonious Intersection of Art and Science

"Through the Chrysalis," an exhibition revolving around the work on insects and plants by the German artist Maria Sibylla Merian (1647-1717), arrived at the National Library of Colombia in Bogotá and will remain in the city until March 2024.

Zaha Hadid

Zaha Hadid, Changed the Recognition of Women in History

Women like her have produced truly fantastic works, which have given rise to talk and have made a real difference

Deniz Sagdic

Deniz Sagdic, a Turkish Woman Who Transforms Everyday Life

Taking a tour of their networks @denizsagdicart arouses the surprise of finding pieces of art with what is normally classified as waste

Frame from the movie 'Everything Everywhere All at Once'

Everything Everywhere All at Once, a Film About Woundedness

Everything Everywhere All at Once is also the one that put Michelle Yeoh and Cate Blanchett in Oscar contention

brendan fraser

"The Whale" is Oscar-nominated a reflection of the story of its protagonist?

The Oscars are approaching and The Whale sounds like a favorite to give one of the most important categories such as Best Actor to Brendan Fraser.

Yusra and Sara Mardini

Yusra and Sara Mardini, the Voice of War Refugees on Siria

The Netflix platform recently launched this feature film based on the true story of the Mardini sisters

Exposition Milena Montealegre McMichen

Art Exhibition Blocked Emotions & Breast Cancer

Did you know that there is a possible connection between an emotional cause and the somatization of breast cancer?

Shoy by film

The V Women’s Film Festival Will Highlight the Best in the Industry

The year 2022 will have the presence of the V edition of the Women's Film Festival which is held from October 25 to November 6, to make a meticulous selection of the best filmmaker.

Art from Birte Müller

Birte Müller Who Puts Colors to Dreams and Hopes

Planeta Willy is inspired by the son of the German illustrator woman and author Birte Müller, who gave birth to a child with Down syndrome ten years ago

Jacquelin Napal and Kat Emery

Jacquelin Napal & Kat Emery Impacting the World With Their Art Business Model

These women entrepreneurs invite us to dismantle the idea that only large companies and large organizations can respond to social needs and contribute economically to vulnerable populations.

Kids playing and drawing

Dreaming right now is an act of rebellion

Meet Zorro + Conejo art and design laboratory for children.

Art from Ledania, Angela Atuesta and Gleo

3 Young Women Leading the Art of Muralism in Colombia

Meet in The Woman Post the young women who entered the art of muralism and were delighted with its way of providing freedom of expression.

nicole buffet

Thanks to NFTs, the Artist Nicole Buffet Has Reached Unimaginable Figures

Some artists define NFTs as the future.

Daughters of the Nile

DAUGHTERS OF THE NILE, an Exhibition To Learn About the Role of Women in Ancient Egypt

To highlight the importance of women in the ancient empire, "HIJAS DEL NILO" has been created, an exhibition that began on June 10 in Madrid and will run until December 31.

woman tattooing

Top 3 Women's Studios in the World of Tattooing

The Woman Post invites you to know the 3 best tattoo studios whose founders are women who strive and fight to be better every day.

Show 'VIVA' by Manuel Liñan

Flamenco and Diversity: "VIVA!", by Flamenco Dancer Manuel Liñán, Closes His Tour in Bogotá

The Theater Julio Mario Santodomingo, within the framework of the Spain Country Guest of Honor season, presented "VIVA!" in Bogotá, by Manuel Liñán: dancer, choreographer, and director of his own company. The LatinAmerican Post was there in this event full of flamenco and diversity

Alba Triana, Luz Angela Lizarazo and Voluspa Jarta

Exhibition Cycle of Latin American Women Artists at the MAMBO 2021-II

You will be amazed by the creativity of Voluspa Jarpa, Luz Lizarazo, and Alba Triana at The Museum of Modern Art of Bogota. Their oeuvre will be exhibited at the museum until February 6, 2022.

Élisabeth Vigée Le Brun, Tamara de Lempicka, Artemisia Gentileschi and Berthe Morisot

Visual Artists Who Historically Surpassed Social Paradigms

The Woman Post brings you four famous women painters every art lover should know.

Camila Fierro

Crypto Art: The Digitization of the New Latin American Art

The fashion of this booming digital phenomenon has made sense in some women who want to venture into art.