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As-it-happens update March 8, 2018
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TICKETS for Frida Kahlo: Making Her Self Up, the V&A exhibition charting the Mexican artist and countercultural icon through her never-before-seen personal belongings, go on sale today - International Women's Day. "The timing couldn't have been more perfect," Claire Wilcox, senior curator of fashion ...
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In a marvelous (and unrealized) proposal for an exhibition poster, a witty contour drawing by Swiss artist Markus Raetz shows a Philip Morris cigarette pack on top and an ashtray with Claes Oldenburg-style crushed cigarette butts on the bottom. The pristine pack is captioned "When attitudes …," while ...
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England's Great Exhibition Loses Arms Industry Sponsor After Artists Protest. The festival ... A high-profile cultural festival backed by the UK Government called "The Great Exhibition of the North" is seeking a new lead sponsor after the arms and aerospace company BAE Systems pulled out. The move ...
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In 2006, the Centre Pompidou took the rare step of inviting the French-Swiss filmmaker Jean-Luc Godard's participation, as a designer and curator, for a retrospective of his own work. The exhibition included screening 215 films, a book of previously unpublished materials, and, most controversially, ...
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Today (8th March) is International Women's Day, it's also the public opening of the new Picasso exhibition at Tate Modern. For those of you familiar with Picasso and his self-mythologised monster; you may need to read that sentence again. Tate Modern will be opening an exhibition of one of the most ...
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A new exhibition that opens Monday at the American Museum of Natural History is a deep dive into the most unexplored part of the planet: The ocean. "Unseen Oceans" utilizes groundbreaking new technology like robotics, high-definition imaging, miniaturization and satellite monitoring to highlight ...
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PORTRAITS OF REFUGEES: Tel Aviv's Beit Kandinof gallery next Wednesday will host a refugee benefit exhibition, where visitors will meet the asylum seekers behind the portraits on display and hear their stories. The fundraiser is the brainchild of photographer Jonathan Small and Beit Kandinof ...
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