Tag: Pontifical Council for Culture

The use of “Venus Restored” by Man Ray to visually represent an outline on the culture of women

The Uproar over Man Ray The other day, I saw this posted on Facebook, followed by a lovely photograph of my friend holding her baby: The Pontifical Council for Culture used an image for its assembly on women’s culture that comes from an artist, Man Ray, who intended the image

Summary of the Outline by Pontifical Council for Culture

The summary below of the outline Women’s Cultures: Equality and Difference, was originally written to be part of my consideration of the use of a sculpture by Man Ray, Venus Restored, on the Vatican website to represent this document. However, the article became too long and so I have posted

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