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Museum in Germany To Restore The Rimini Altarpiece To New Splendour

The Liebieghaus Skulpturensammlung has launched a large-scale conservation project that will focus on one of the collection’s most important works over the next few years. The Rimini Altarpiece, one of the most comprehensive and best-preserved late medieval figural groups in alabaster, will undergo a range of conservation and restoration treatments, including state-of-the-art laser technology. An in-depth technical analysis of the artwork...

A Midnight Walk Through the Neon-Hued Streets of Asian Cities by Marcus Wendt

While on a recent trip through Hong Kong, Shenzhen, and Seoul, London-based photographer Marcus Wendt found himself suffering from a bout of jetlag induced insomnia and ended up wandering the streets of several cities late at night. With a camera in-hand he captured these mesmerising shots that channel the cyberpunk vibe of movies like Bladerunner where narrow urban alleys are bathed...

Fictional Self-Help Book Titles Painted by Johan Deckmann

Copenhagen-based artist Johan Deckmann examines the complications of life through clever titles painted on the covers of fictional self-help books that appear to tackle life’s biggest questions, fears, and absurdities. A practicing psychotherapist himself, Deckmann thoroughly recognizes the power of language in therapy and possesses a keen ability to translate his discoveries into witty phrases. “I like the idea...

Guardi Painting at Christie’s Could Break Records

The fracturing of the big apple antique grasp auction marketplace with Christie’s moving faraway from the conventional fundamental income in January has given London a risk to end up once more the sector’s vintage grasp capital. This 12 months, each Sotheby’s and Christie’s have produced formidable catalogues for their July sales. The Sotheby’s sale (5 July) is the more potent...

National Gallery of Victoria Annual Appeal: Dollars for Dalí

The National Gallery of Victoria is calling on all Victorians to help support the acquisition of Australia’s first and only painting by Salvador Dalí, one of the most famous artists of the twentieth century and a defining pioneer of the Surrealist art movement. Dalí’s Trilogy of the desert: Mirage 1946 is currently on display at NGV International and visitors are invited...

Thousands of Miniature Metal Figurines by Zadok Ben-David

Taking notice of the countless people we witness as a backdrop to our daily lives seems like an impossible task, but for artist Zadok Ben-David this myriad of anonymous people form the basis of his installationPeople I Saw But Never Met. Comprised of over 3,000 chemically etched miniature figures displayed at varying proportions, each individual is pulled from photographs taken...

On the Tiber waterfront in Lungotevere appeared gorgeous graffiti

Triumphs and Laments (2016) will be a large-scale, 500 meter-long frieze, erased from the biological patina on the travertine embankment walls that line Rome’s urban waterfront. Exploring dominant tensions in the history of the Eternal City from past to present, a procession of figures, up to 10 meters high, will represent Rome’s greatest victories and defeats from mythological time...

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...

A New Large-Scale Installation of Boats and Tangled Thread by Artist Chiharu Shiota

The newest installation by Chiharu Shiota is composed of nearly 300,000 yards of white yarn, woven to encapsulate the center, ground floor, and ten windows of Le Bon Marché. The exhibition, titled Where are we going?, will feature 150 boats within the French department store’s center, and the ground-floor exhibition will house a giant threaded wave that visitors are encouraged to walk...

Bespoke Stained Glass Succulents by Lesley Green

Influenced by elements of both architecture and illustration, artist Lesley Green (owner of Bespoke Glass) channels modern design while working with stained glass and glass tile. Her works have traditionally been quite geometric, however recently she has focused on more organic shapes, like in her latest series of succulent-based sculptures. These stained glass works mirror different types of cacti and agave plants, refracting...

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