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As-it-happens update February 17, 2018
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Van Gogh lived in London between 1873 and 1876 as a trainee art dealer. He later moved to France, and died in 1890 after shooting himself. Tate Britain director Alex Farquharson said Friday that the exhibition is a chance "to reveal the impact Britain had on van Gogh as well as the enormous influence ...
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The story of the US civil rights movement and Newham's human rights history is being told in an exhibition at the Beckton Globe Library. From March 5, Journey to Justice's Music and Freedom project will explore what it takes to make social action successful through an interactive display of music, ...
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An exhibition entitled "Alphonse Mucha: in search of beauty" has opened at the Heydar Aliyev Center. Vice-President of the Heydar Aliyev Foundation Leyla Aliyeva attended the opening ceremony of the exhibition. The exhibition was organized in partnership with the Mucha Foundation. Addressing the ...
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Carlton Gardens' 3D projections have the startling effect of making it appear the Royal Exhibition Building has collapsed before putting itself back together again, over and over. Dragons, serpents and kaleidoscopic colours swirl across the edifice before it becomes a living, breathing entity - the sound of ...
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The gallery has just closed its drawcard, the expansive Elder Wing — which houses Australian art — to begin removing the 756 works it displays in there, to make way for one of the most exciting exhibitions to open in South Australia. "Colours of Impressionism: Masterpieces from the Musée D'Orsay" ...
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The Duchess of Cambridge is to put her history of art degree to good use as she curates her first exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery, in a photographic celebration of childhood. The Duchess, who is patron of the gallery, has selected key Victorian photographs for a special "Patron's Trail", which will ...
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