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Javier Calleja X Casio G-SHOCK “Take Your Time”

Javier Calleja X Casio G-SHOCK “Take Your Time” The special model G-Shock produced in collaboration between Javier Calleja and 2G, based on the DW-5600 series with playful dial and band design by Javier Calleja. Javier Calleja has held many solo exhibitions around the world. Calleja happens to be very popular and is known for his paintings …

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Hola Utopia! 2022 Festival in Hannover, Germany

Hola Utopia! 2022 Festival in Hannover, Germany Hola Utopia! is an international street art festival in Hannover that transforms the city into a space of debate and promotion of progressive values. The socio-cultural festival encourages all Hannoverians to share their ideas for the future of their city during workshops. The beautiful murals by leading German …

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Virtual Cotsen Textile Traces Global Roundtable will explore the rich traditions of lacemaking

Virtual Cotsen Textile Traces Global Roundtable will explore the rich traditions of lacemaking The third annual virtual Cotsen Textile Traces Global Roundtable explores the rich traditions of lacemaking through examples from the Cotsen Textile Traces Study Collection at The George Washington University Museum and The Textile Museum in Washington, D.C., October 12 and 13. The …

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Galerie Gmurzynska exhibits a plaster cast of Pablo Picasso’s left hand

Galerie Gmurzynska exhibits a plaster cast of Pablo Picasso’s left hand Galerie Gmurzynska is presenting to its New York audience La Main de Picasso, the centerpiece and namesake of the exhibition being a rare and singular treasure: a plaster cast of Pablo Picasso’s left hand. The show is based on an academic essay by Dr. …

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Andrew Jones Auctions announces an online-only Signature Design for the Home and Garden auction

Andrew Jones Auctions announces an online-only Signature Design for the Home and Garden auction Andrew Jones Auctions will offer a strong selection of antiques, design, fine art, jewelry, watches, silver, carpets, porcelain and glass from antiquity through the 21st century in an online-only Signature Design for the Home and Garden auction scheduled for Sunday, October …

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Frick publishes book on Vermeer and Maps: Most comprehensive study to date on this topic

Frick publishes book on Vermeer and Maps: Most comprehensive study to date on this topic Of the approximately thirty-four paintings attributed to Johannes Vermeer—whose extraordinary art has captivated viewers since his rediscovery in the nineteenth century—wall maps and other cartographic objects are depicted in nine of them, including The Frick Collection’s renowned Officer and Laughing …

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Arkansas’s FORMAT Festival Lives Up to Its Promise to Blend Music, Art, and Technology

Arkansas’s FORMAT Festival Lives Up to Its Promise to Blend Music, Art, and Technology Bentonville, Arkansas, may not ring a bell for most people, but this weekend the town hosted a major new music, art and technology festival: FORMAT. It shouldn’t be a surprise. Bentonville is the home of Walmart and, over the past ten years, …

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Remnants of Nearly 2,000-Year-Old Hercules Statue Unearthed in Greek Excavation

Remnants of Nearly 2,000-Year-Old Hercules Statue Unearthed in Greek Excavation Remnants of a statue depicting Hercules that derives from ancient Roman times was unearthed during an excavation of an archeological site in Greece, according to a report by Greek City Times. The larger-than-life statue of a young Hercules, dated to the 2nd century C.E., was uncovered …

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Authorship & Authority: The Contested Origins of Dakar’s African Renaissance Monument

Authorship & Authority: The Contested Origins of Dakar’s African Renaissance Monument On the shoreline of the Ouakam neighborhood of Dakar, two volcanic hills called les Mamelles (the breasts) rise above the flat expanse of the city. One mamelle features an iconic lighthouse built in 1864; the other serves as the platform for the African Renaissance Monument(ARM), constructed …

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