Elizabeth Barrett was a famous English poet from a wealthy family who lived under her father’s strict hand. Despite the fact that she was a bit of a recluse, she became a well-known poet in her…Read More
One day, looking down from his throne on Mount Olympus, Zeus saw a young boy called Ganymede resting with his friends. Instantly, Zeus fell in love with the boy, the handsomest human ever born. Zeus turned…Read More
Yang Yuhuan, often known as Yang Guifei (literally: "Imperial Consort Yang" - Guifei being the highest rank for imperial consorts during her time) was the beloved consort of Emperor Xuanzong of Tang during his later years. Yang…Read More
At the dawn of the First World War, while the war was not even suspected, a schoolmistress, Nada, and a Serbian officer, Relja, started having deep feelings for each other. They fell in love and made…Read More
The tragic love story of Tristan and Isolde has been told and retold through various stories and manuscripts. It took place during the reign of King Arthur. Isolde was the daughter of Angwish, King of Ireland.…Read More
Our first exhibition was opened on 1st of August 2016 at Stari Grad on Hvar island, Croatia.
The second travelling exhibition was set in Samobor, Croatia.
The third travelling exhibition was set in Kaštela, Croatia.
Love is the only perfect communication human beings can achieve and the true name of freedom. Love has always ignored differences and boundaries; it has always been above the rules and beyond limitations. Love between two human beings seems to gives us the ultimate feeling of fulfilment and purpose.
With it we are invulnerable and noble. Without it, we are exposed to insecurities and inhibitions which demean the human condition. Love is universal and common to all and everybody - no matter when and where on the entire Earth we happen to be. It may well be that love is the central generative principle of the Universe.