By Jack Arnhold, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – From Tuesday, July 10th to Sunday, October 7th 2018, Rio’s Caixa Cultural will be hosting an exhibition of twenty engravings by the Spanish master, Francisco Goya, entitled ‘Loucuras Anunciadas’ (Madness Announced).
The collection featured in the exhibition, also called ‘Disparates,’ or 'Provérbios' (Proverbs) was acquired by the Academy of Fine Arts in Madrid in 1864, over thirty years after the artists’ death. The enigmatic engravings are Goya's last graphic works and reveal nightmarish visions, violence, sex, as well as criticisms of absolutist power, state violence, Spanish institutions and . . .