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Ex-President of Mexico Recorded An Emotional Video Message To Donald Trump

Vicente Fox Quesada tried to explain to the US president all that he thinks about erecting a wall on the border between their countries. Vicente Fox Quesada, the president of Mexico from 2000 to 2006, recorded a video message to Donald Trump, in which he spoke emotionally about the idea of ​​building a wall on the US-Mexican border. In a...

“American Anthem” Of Our Art, Georgia O’Keeffe

We note in our Instagram that You fix your look on Georgia O'Keeffe, her art. The good idea will devote the article to Great American Woman, artist, having broken stereotypes on the painting. "National anthem" of fine art of USA, Georgia O'Keeffe. Georgia O'Keeffe played a pivotal role in the development of American modernism and its relationship to European avante garde movements...

Life-Size Origami Becomes a Fashion Statement in Dramatic Paper Costumes Worn by Ballet Dancers

Montreal-based artists Melika Dez and Pauline Loctin met in January 2018 and decide to combine their imaginations in a creative collaboration. The result, PLI.Ē Project, fuses Dez’s skills as a movement photographer with Loctin’s expertise in paper art, and showcases dancers around the world wearing hand-folded paper costumes. Loctin specifically formed each dress’s shape and color palette to the dancer who would be modeling...

Museum of Immortality installation by Nikolaus Hirsch and Michel Müller In Mexico

Empty cuboids representing both museum vitrines and coffins are stacked to create this installation outside Mexico City’s Museo Tamayo. Designed by German architects Nikolaus Hirsch and Michel Müller, the Museum of Immortality was erected as Design Week Mexico’s annual pavilion – Mexico City’s equivalent to the Serpentine Pavilion in London and the MPavilion in Melbourne. The structure is located in...

How Big is the Picasso ‘Brand’ in China?

This Saturday (31 March), Sotheby’s Hong Kong is offering a 1924 painting by Picasso of Juan-les-Pins on the French Riviera, estimated at HK$5m to HK$8m ($640,000-$1m), in its Modern art evening sale. This is the first oil painting by the artist to be auctioned in Hong Kong and it goes under the hammer on the final day of Sotheby’s...

Miami’s gallery diet renames itself Nine Johnson, announces upcoming show of paintings by Seth Cameron

Late last year, Miami-based Gallery Diet moved from Wynwood to larger premises in Little Haiti. Since then, the gallery has held a Nicolas Lobo solo exhibition and given the 93-year-old artist and filmmaker Jonas Mekas his Miami gallery debut. Needless to say it’s been a busy few months for Gallery Diet, and owner Nina Johnson has decided to cement...

Broadway Off: Where To Go?

Do not you know where to go in February? We will help! The five most intresting and expressive performances that will be in the coming days (You will be able to find the excting picture out of the cinema!). And now we start to get to khow the shows: Hangmen Martin McDonagh is hardly an unknown, onscreen or onstage. Still, he has never won...

Venice: The art treasures every visitor should see

Of course, there is so much art to experience in Venice beyond the Biennale. Your guides are Christie’s Old Masters specialists Francis Russell and Nicholas Hall St Mark’s Basilica ‘The spiritual and emotional centre of Venice’ — the interior of St Mark’s Basilica © Michael Harding / Alamy Francis Russell: St Mark’s Basilica is the spiritual, indeed the emotional, centre of...

The Art Dealers Association Named Four Museums For The Grants In $5 million

The Art Dealers Association of America Foundation named four museums to be recipients of funds from its recently expanded grants program: the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum (in Ridgefield, Connecticut); the Eskenazi Museum of Art at Indiana University (in Bloomington, Indiana); the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center at Vassar College (in Poughkeepsie, New York); and the Michael C. Carlos Museum at...

V&A Museum to open a second venue in east London

A second V&A museum inspired by Balenciaga’s flowing fashion will take center stage in the £1.1 billion transformations of east London. The building, in Queen Elizabeth Park, Stratford, will be swathed in a layer like a dress by the couturier. Famed for his architectural designs that draped the body seamlessly, Cristobal  Balenciaga was the subject of an exhibition at the museum’s...

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