Google Alert - exhibition

As-it-happens update April 26, 2018
One day in 1877, Claude Monet donned his best suit, straightened his cuffs, clutched his gold-handled cane, and strode into the Gare Saint-Lazare in Paris's 7th arrondissement in search of the station director. "I am the painter Claude Monet," he announced. "I have decided to paint your station.
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At the entrance of the world leaders room at Madame Tussauds in Times Square, Abraham Lincoln sits pensively behind a desk. To one side, Ronald Reagan and Bill Clinton stand together with big toothy smiles. On his other side, there's George Washington, looking forlorn in a way that caused me to ...
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It's called "Weapons." How cool is that? Detroit techno is about to reach the pinnacle of Monte-Carlo high art. The principality might not be the first place you'd expect to have the sci-fi visions of Detroit honored, but between April 28 and 29 Jeff Mills will present an exhibition of techno-infused art at the ...
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