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Visitor Of The Museum In Italy Tried To Destroy Hitler’s Painting

The unknown was indignant that the painting by Adolf Hitler was exhibited in the museum of Italy. The oil painting, written by Adolf Hitler, was attacked by an unknown person at an exhibition in the Italian city of Salo. The 40-year-old visitor shouted "Scoundrel!" And tried to damage the canvas with a screwdriver. It is worth noting that the work...

Picasso Museum Opens an Exhibition About the Life and Work of the Great Artist at The Peak of “Inspiration”

The first exhibition dedicated to the work of an artist from January 1 to December 31, the exhibition 'Picasso 1932' will present essential masterpieces in Picasso's career as Le Rêve (oil on canvas, private collection) and numerous archival documents that place the creations of this year in their context. This event, organized in partnership with the Tate Modern in London, invites the...

This New York Street Artist Is Turning Ordinary Objects into Funny and Brilliant Designs

"If one glass is broken in a building and no one is replacing it, then after a while there will not be a whole window left in this building," says the popular theory developed in the early 1980s by American sociologists James Wilson and George Kelling. According to this theory, connivance with petty hooliganism leads to a general deterioration...

Experts say, Leonardo da Vinci may have drawn ‘Nude Mona Lisa’

A nude drawing that bears a striking resemblance to the Mona Lisa may have been done by Leonardo da Vinci, experts told AFP Thursday. Scientists at the Louvre in Paris, where his masterpiece is held, have been examining a charcoal drawing known as the "Monna Vanna" which had been attributed to the Florentine master's studio. The large drawing has been held...

The World’s Most Famous Gold Nuggets Has Returned to the Perot Museum of Nature and Science

It’s back!! One of the world’s most famous gold nuggets has returned to the Perot Museum of Nature and Science in Dallas, Texas. The Ausrox Gold Nugget, a true rock star in the gem and mineral world, was on loan as part of the original collection that debuted in the Lyda Hill Gems and Minerals Hall when the Museum opened to...

In Chicago, Kerry James Marshall Created Mural with Oprah Winfrey, Suzanne Ghez, and More

The people of Chicago are getting a giant mural from none other than the great Kerry James Marshall, and it looks to be a good one. The work in question, which is being installed on the Chicago Cultural Center starting today, is, at least based on renderings, a characteristically winning outdoor scene from Marshall, with a radiant sun, cardinals aflutter...

The Metropolitan Museum of Art Has Been Named the World’s #1 Museum

The Metropolitan Museum of Art has been named the world's #1 museum in the TripAdvisor Travelers' Choice® awards for an unprecedented third consecutive year, making it the only museum to receive the valued ranking for three years in a row. TripAdvisor highlights the top museums around the world based on the quantity and quality of reviews and ratings, gathered...

The Bronx Museum of Arts appointed a new Deputy Director

The Bronx Museum of the Arts has announced the appointment of Klaudio Rodriguez as its new deputy director, a position that will entail both managing staff as well as working on the development of exhibitions and public programming. Rodriguez most recently served as a curator at the Frost Art Museum at Florida International University in Miami. Together with the director...

The Stolen Masterpieces Are Returned to Their Native Places Thanks to the Volunteer

The Peruvian consulate in New York announced on 13 September the recovery of two paintings stolen from an Andean village chapel. A California collector, in cooperation with Christie’s, has voluntarily returned the two works, which will soon be repatriated. Their return goes some way to solving a daunting series of crimes. Time and again between 1991 and 2000, thieves descended...

The Art Museums in Florida Are Ready to Begin Work After the Devastating Hurricane

Hurricane Irma, now downgraded to a tropical depression, wrecked havoc across the Caribbean this weekend and killed at least 42 people, but museums in Florida were mostly spared from any large-scale destruction, according to early reports. Following evacuations ordered last week, residents are slowly returning to their homes and some institutions plan to reopen this week. The Perez Art Museum...

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