We all know what she looks like, but the only way to see the original La Joconde is to take a trip to the Louvre in Paris. Naturally, the most famous painting in the world has been copied and reinterpreted over the centuries. It was this trail of re-imagined portraits that led to “Mona Lisa Unveiled,” an Italian exhibition that follows the history of Leonardo da Vinci’s renowned portrait of Lisa Gherardini, or, some say, his self-portrait in drag (which might explain the smile). The exhibit is on loan from the Museo Ideale Leonardo da Vinci in Florence, Italy, and will be on display through October 7 at Miami Dade College’s... More >>>