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Newseum Gets Japan Quake Handwritten Newspapers

WASHINGTON, D.C. (AP).- When Japan's earthquake and tsunami knocked out power and printing presses, newspaper journalists in at least one city resorted to handwriting the news on poster-size paper. Seven of those original sheets from the daily Ishinoma...

Childhood. Photographs by Isabel Muñoz on View at IVAM

VALENCIA.- Childhood. Photographs by Isabel Muñoz hopes to make people aware of the reality and rights of children all over the world through 68 pictures and texts. The exhibition gathers portraits captured in 20 countries of Europe, Africa, Asia and...

Call for applications: Berliner Liste

Call for applications: Berliner Liste Art fair for galleries, artists and project spaces APPLY NOW Apply now for the 8th edition of BERLINER LISTE. BERLINER LISTE will take...

Royal Peek-a-Boo: Kate’s Sheer Dress to Be Sold

LONDON (AP).- A see-through dress that some believe played a key role in bringing Kate Middleton and Prince William together will be auctioned off in London next month. Middleton wore the transparent dress over black lingerie at a 2002 charity fashion...

Damián Ortega Finds Inspiration in a Newspaper to Create Barbican Art...

LONDON.- Over the period of a month leading up to the exhibition opening, acclaimed Mexican artist Damián Ortega worked in The Curve creating new works on a regular basis in response to aspects of the daily news. Each day he took inspiration from a ne...

Damián Ortega Finds Inspiration in a Newspaper to Create Barbican Art...

LONDON.- Over the period of a month leading up to the exhibition opening, acclaimed Mexican artist Damián Ortega worked in The Curve creating new works on a regular basis in response to aspects of the daily news. Each day he took inspiration from a ne...

Up to 100 Greek Culture Ministry Workers Shut Down the Acropolis,...

ATHENS (AP).- Riot police clashed with protesting workers barricading the ancient Acropolis on Thursday, using tear gas to clear the entrance to one of Greece's most famous landmarks. Up to 100 Culture Ministry workers had shut down the Acropolis on We...

Newseum in Washington Retells Katrina Story 5 Years Later

WASHINGTON (AP).- Jarring headlines from the Gulf Coast after Hurricane Katrina said it all: "Catastrophic," ''Hitting Bottom," ''Help Us, Please." Five years later, the Newseum on Friday will open a special, one-year exhibit, "Covering Katrina," that...

Newseum in Washington Retells Katrina Story 5 Years Later

WASHINGTON (AP).- Jarring headlines from the Gulf Coast after Hurricane Katrina said it all: "Catastrophic," ''Hitting Bottom," ''Help Us, Please." Five years later, the Newseum on Friday will open a special, one-year exhibit, "Covering Katrina," that...

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