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Official Portraits of Barack and Michelle Obama by Kehinde Wiley and Amy Sherald

The Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C., which was created in 1962 by an Act of Congress, is the only location outside of the White House with a collection of portraits of former United States Presidents. Today, Barack and Michelle Obama unveiled their likenesses, created by Kehinde Wiley and Amy Sherald, respectively. The Obamas selected the artists—Wiley and Sherald are the...

Egyptian Ibis Mummy Holds Clues to Crooks Behind Ancient Clothing Caper

The Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna has discovered an ancient Egyptian scroll hidden inside a vessel containing a mummified ibis. In the lengthy text, which are business notes, the scribe names three men he accuses of theft. It dates from around 1100BC. The rolled-up papyrus, wrapped in two layers of linen, was found when conservators were examining their animal mummies before...

Leonardo DiCaprio Invested In the Magnus Application

Leonardo DiCaprio has become the hero of news headlines again. At this time, he announced his investment in the development of the former gallery owner Magnus Resha - an application for pattern recognition. The Magnus program is called "Shazam for painting" (Shazam or "Shazam for art" is a free cross-platform project to determine what song is playing at the...

Louvre Displays Art Looted by Nazis, Hopes to Find Owners

PARIS — The Louvre Museum is putting 31 paintings on permanent display in an effort to find the rightful owners of those and other works of art looted by Nazis during World War II. The Paris museum opened two showrooms last month to display the paintings, that are among thousands of works of art looted by German forces in France...

Lost Art: Rogier van der Weyden’s Justice cycle

Exploring art, as much as two-thirds of the artworks by the Old Masters-artists like Leonardo, Michelangelo and Titian-is considered lost. Many of those works are known through archival material and primary source documents, and yet we have no idea where they are. Some of the lost works were more influential to history and art than the works that do survive...

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...

London’s Serpentine Gallery to Open Pavilion in Beijing

London's Serpentine Gallery will wind its way to Beijing this May, with the launch of the first Serpentine Pavilion Beijing in the Chinese capital's historic Wangfujing neighborhood. The architectural project, which will run until October and be used as a space for cultural and social events, will be part of the WF Central, a 21,000 sq m property development...

American Museums And Dogs?

American museums began to train dogs to search for both works of art and insects that harm them. If dogs are looking for drugs and bombs, it means that they can help with artistic values. Teaching this four-legged decided in Philadelphia. The initiative partner, the Pennsylvania University Archeology Museum, has already provided its exhibits for training. Training will begin, as...

Students of the Bartlett Architecture School Came Up With an Alternative to 3D Printing

A group of students from the Bartlett School of Architecture demonstrated the results of an innovative study devoted to the search for a fast and inexpensive robotic way of furniture production. "Mickey Matter" - a universal system of "construction" of interior items, which reminds the designer Lego: lightweight plastic parts, produced in three sizes, are attached to each other,...

“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...

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