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As-it-happens update April 1, 2018
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Looking at reproductions of art isn't seeing art. If you want to experience art in the fullness of its materiality, you have to see it in person. You have to see it as it appears in exhibitions—at particular times on particular walls in particular buildings in particular cities or towns. Given the usual tendency to talk ...
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Springtime in Monaco, then, is not only a synonym of natural rebirth but also of a new Art renaissance which includes some cornerstones like Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo, the Festival Printemps des Arts and Artmonte-carlo, the international Art & Design showroom born in 2016 from the idea by Thomas ...
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Taking just one art session a week for eight weeks can work wonders for your mood, a new study finds. Researchers from the University of Gloucestershire found that primary care patients, including some with multiple long term health conditions, saw a tremendous benefit to their wellbeing from ...
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The exhibition, which opens this week, is one of hundreds of events celebrating the 250th anniversary of an art form born in the UK and now found worldwide. Although Haill and other circus historians believe that Astley, born in 1742, was not the first to create a circus ring, he was the first to add other ...
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"Circles of Light," exhibit featuring art of Suzette Boulais, April 6-May 20, Foster Gallery for Christianity and the Fine Arts, First United Methodist Church, 116 NE Perry Ave. ... Illinois Art League, open meeting, 6:30 to 8 p.m. April 2, Peoria Heights Public Library, 816 E. Glen Ave., Peoria Heights.
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ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) – Two longtime University of Michigan donors have given their collection of Inuit art and $2 million to the school to create a program to support related exhibitions, education and outreach. The Ann Arbor university announced Philip and Kathy Power have donated the collection ...
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The Irish Famine had no Goya or Otto Dix to record its horrors. While the country lost 1.5m people, its artists painted bucolic landscapes, historical scenes and society portraits. The singular exception is Daniel Macdonald's romanticised work: An Irish Peasant Family Discovering the Blight of Their Store.
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