MADRID — Commemorating the fifth centenary of the death of Hieronymus Bosch, Madrid’s El Museo del Prado has arranged an exhibition that, according to its catalogue, displays “the greatest number of Bosch’s works ever to be assembled.”
Julia Ramírez Blanco, PhD, is an art historian and is currently based in Rome. Some of her recent work has focused on the intersection between art, social imagination, and activism. She is the author of Utopías artísticas de revuelta (Artistic Utopias of Revolt).
Mapping Gentrification and Urban Resistance in Istanbul
ROME — “Urbanization has always been a class phenomenon of some sort,” David Harvey writes in Rebel Cities.