Google Alert - art

As-it-happens update March 6, 2018
art criticism cybersecurity My mother is a lacemaker; thus, her attachment to the Vermeer painting of that name. It's in the Louvre. If you only know it from reproductions, it's smaller than you may expect – just 24.5cm by 21cm. Vermeer led me into the art of the past. Whatever first attracted me to his work ...
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The Sacramento State art department received a "no strings attached" cash grant of $10,000 from Ray Carrington of the Carrington Foundation for Public Art, according to the donor. Carrington said he has no conditions for what the money will be used for, but his hope is to have the money used for art ...
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Robin Hood Gardens in Poplar, east London. A recently demolished section of the estate will appear at an architecture festival. Photograph: Victoria & Albert Museum. An eight-tonne fragment of one of London's most notorious housing estates is poised to be a star exhibit at one of the world's leading ...
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It sounds like coming back from the dead was an understandably traumatic experience for Tony Stark. That will be the focus of Dan Slott's upcoming Tony Stark: Iron Man #1, the writer's first project since departing Amazing Spider-Man. Marvel Comics today revealed the first black and white pages for the ...
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