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As-it-happens update February 20, 2018
In Ms. Brouckaert's "Illusive Flesh of Light XXIII," which will be on display in the exhibition, the core image of the piece is a photograph the artist took the morning after her father died, Ms. Edwards explained. "It was a sunburst that came through the window in his office. And then she traced hair.
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NEW YORK (Sputnik) - The curator of the "Roerich Pact. History and Modernity" exhibition at the UN headquarters in New York, Yulia Samartseva, told Sputnik on Tuesday that she remembers Russia's late Permanent Representative to the United Nations Vitaly Churkin as a person of "amazing culture, ...
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For most of the last century, photography as an artform was dominated by men. Consider the seashells, dunes and nudes captured with pin-sharp precision by Edward Weston or the majestic waterfalls and cathedrals of stone that dominate the Yosemite-based images of Ansel Adams. It is about time, ...
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