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As-it-happens update March 30, 2018
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Acclaimed Irish street artist Solus is having a solo exhibition in New York April 14 - May 16. New York fans of Dublin-based street arts genius Solus are in for a treat as he will do a solo exhibition at the Wallworks NY gallery next month. The exhibition runs April 14 - May 16 at 39 Bruckner Blvd. In the ...
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A man reads a book at the International Book Exhibition in Baghdad, Iraq on March 29, 2018. Iraq on Thursday inaugurated the first Baghdad International Book Exhibition after the defeat of the Islamic State (IS) militant group. The 10-day exhibition is held at the Baghdad International Fair under the ...
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At first glance, the pottery pieces displayed in the Hood Downtown's spring exhibition, "Sin-ying Ho: Past Forward" seem to adhere to the traditional image of Chinese ceramics: round white porcelain vases decorated with ornate imperial blue designs. Upon closer inspection, surprisingly modern images ...
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The show features more than 70 pieces using a variety of print methods including lithograph, woodcutting, screen printing and mezzotint. Winners chosen by juror Liz Maugans will be announced tonight during an opening reception from 5 to 8 p.m.. Gallery coordinator Maddie Miller says the show is a ...
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CELEBRATIONS marking 150 years since the birth of Charles Rennie Mackintosh are set to begin in earnest today with the opening of a major exhibition at Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum in Glasgow. The showcase spans the iconic the architect and designer's lifetime from from his birth in ...
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KENNEBUNK - An exhibition of artwork by preschool-age children from the Kennebunk Recreation Department's Beyond Tots Adventure Club will be on display at the Kennebunk Free Library in the Speers Gallery from April 3 to April 28. The public is invited to view the exhibit during regular library hours ...
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