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Last Supper was on Wednesday, not Thursday, Says Cambridge Professor Colin...

LONDON (REUTERS).- The Last Supper took place on a Wednesday -- a day earlier than thought -- and a date for Easter can now be fixed, according to a Cambridge University scientist aiming to solve one of the Bible's most enduring contradictions. Christi...

Photokinetiks, or a Short Guide for the Construction of Meaning at...

BERLIN.- Can geometrical forms be something else from what they actually are? If yes, could they serve as basis for a new vade mecum apt to instruct us on how to construct meaning? This last question is the leading theme of "a short guide for the const...

Carpenter Center for Visual Arts Opens Antoni Muntadas’ "About Academia"

CAMBRIDGE, MA.- About Academia is the latest project by renowned artist Antoni Muntadas. Muntadas represented Spain at the 2005 Venice Biennial and was the recipient of the Velázquez Visual Arts Prize in 2009—the most important distinction to be ...

Exhibition of Select Images from Cui Xiuwen’s Most Important Series at...

HONG KONG.- Existential Emptiness continues in a similar vein of digitally manipulated photography as her previous works, Sanjie (2003), One Day in 2004 (2004) and Angel (2006), where brilliant light and colorful palettes shine on the contradictions in...

Exhibition of Select Images from Cui Xiuwen’s Most Important Series at...

HONG KONG.- Existential Emptiness continues in a similar vein of digitally manipulated photography as her previous works, Sanjie (2003), One Day in 2004 (2004) and Angel (2006), where brilliant light and colorful palettes shine on the contradictions in...

Group Exhibition to Examine Art and Democracy in Europe

NEW YORK, NY.- Columbia University’s The Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Art Gallery opens its second exhibition of the season with Project Europa: Imagining the (Im)Possible. The past two decades in European history have been marked the fall of the Ber...

Group Exhibition at Wallach Art Gallery to Examine Art and Democracy...

NEW YORK, NY.- Columbia University’s Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Art Gallery opens its second exhibition of the season with Project Europa: Imagining the (Im)Possible. The past two decades in European history have been marked by the fall of the Ber...

Spectrum Jesus by Keith Coventry Scoops UK’s Biggest Painting Prize

LIVERPOOL.- A painting inspired by the work of one of the most ingenious art forgers of the 20th century, is the £25,000 first prize winner of the 26th John Moores Painting Prize. Spectrum Jesus by Keith Coventry has been awarded first place in the c...

Spectrum Jesus by Keith Coventry Scoops UK’s Biggest Painting Prize

LIVERPOOL.- A painting inspired by the work of one of the most ingenious art forgers of the 20th century, is the £25,000 first prize winner of the 26th John Moores Painting Prize. Spectrum Jesus by Keith Coventry has been awarded first place in the c...

New Works by Christof Mascher at Galerie Michael Janssen

BERLIN.- Galerie Michael Janssen presents new works by Christof Mascher. Alley Cat is the second solo exhibition of the artist in the gallery. Born in Hanover in 1979, he studied at the College of Fine Arts in Braunschweig with Walter Dahn until 2009. ...

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