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70,000 Pieces of Theater History Are Available Online Thanks to Brooklyn Academy of Music

For over 150 years, the Brooklyn Academy of Music has been home to contemporary performing arts. And now the multi-purpose city arts middle has positioned more than 70,000 objects online as a part of its new digital archive. Capturing extra than a century of theatrical pix, playbills, video, and ephemera, the brand new archive is a culture lover's paradise. The...

Crow Collection of Asian Art Shows Historical and Contemporary Korean Ceramics

The Crow Collection of Asian Art is nestled like a small jewel in downtown Dallas, offering visitors a glimpse of a world possessing serene beauty and tranquility in the heart of the bustling city. The museum features a variety of spaces and multiple galleries focused on the arts of China, India, Japan, Korea and Southeast Asia drawn from cultures, both...

Twenty Modiglianis Seized by Police in Genoa are Fake, Expert Confirms

Twenty paintings seized by Italian police last summer from an exhibition of works by Amedeo Modigliani held in Genoa are forgeries, according to Isabella Quattrocchi, an independent expert appointed by Italian prosecutors to assess the images. The show at the Palazzo Ducale closed three days early last July after the Genoa state prosecutor ordered the seizure of 21 alleged...

Magical Illustrations of Kai Nielsen

What did the first mermaid Ariel look like, and why did her author die in poverty, although he worked for Disney. Many artists can illustrate a fairy tale, but a few can turn every graphic in a separate story, which can be seen endlessly, as if you were bewitched. One of these wizards was the Dane Kai Rasmus Nielsen. A...

One of Toronto’s Streets Turned Into A River Of Glowing Books

Literature Vs Traffic is an ongoing project by Luzinterruptus, an anonymous group that carries out urban interventions in public spaces. For their latest installation the artistic collective turned one of Toronto’s busiest streets into a river of 10,000 glowing books, and as you can see from the pictures below, the result was pretty spectacular. The installation was part of Nuit...

British Museum Would be ‘Honoured’ to Display Bayeux Tapestry

The British Museum in London could become the first institution to show the Bayeux Tapestry outside of France for 940 years after President Emmanuel Macron agreed the historic loan to the UK. Describing it as “probably the most significant loan ever from France to the UK”, Hartwig Fischer, the director of the British Museum, says he would be “honoured and...

Lumiere Will Return to London in 2018

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has revealed the dates for Lumiere London 2018 – the capital’s largest night-time festival. More than 40 the UK and international artists will transform the city and offer new perspectives on the capital’s iconic architecture, streets, and landmarks. Lumiere London 2018 will take place over four nights between 18 and 21 January 2018. Building...

Scientists Have Proven the True Origin of the Atlantis Treasure

Breaking the hopes of believers around the world, archaeologists maintain that they have finally proved that the legendary 2700-year-old Carambolos treasure discovered in Spain in 1958 is not from the underwater kingdom of Atlantis. Instead, chemical tests show that the gold treasure is of local origin and probably was extracted from mines near Sevilla. "The results show that the origin...

The Artist Turned Times Square Into A Real “Portal To The World”

Times Square is often called the "crossroads of the world", so Amar Bakshi decided to make the legendary city square in New York fit in with his slogan. Thanks to the golden container that is on Broadway, visitors can instantly connect to the far corners of the world by talking to strangers in remote places such as Rwanda, Palestine and...

Mirrored Figures Reflect the Natural Landscape and Cultural Heritage of Morecambe Bay

Rob Mulholland was recently commissioned by the Morecambe Bay Partnership to create a site-specific installation that would connect with the history of the northwest England site. The British sculptor and environmental artist created a series of six mirrored figures and two dwellings that represent the communities that once settled on the land. Visitors to the public project can view themselves reflected in...

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