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Two New World Monuments Fund Conservation Projects Announced Today in Paris

NEW YORK, NY.- World Monuments Fund announced today two new projects: the conservation of the choir of the renowned Albi Cathedral in France and of the Salon Rico in the Medina Al-Zahra in Cordoba, Spain. Bertrand du Vignaud, President of World Monumen...

Best of the West Awards Recognise the Work of the Herbert...

COVENTRY.- The Herbert Art Gallery & Museum's exciting work has been recognised with three top honours from the Best of the West Awards. The three awards were Outstanding Individual for Senior Learning Officer Robin Johnson, Best Exhibition on a Shoest...

Russian Billionaire Roman Abramovich Buys an Island to Show His Art...

MOSCOW.- The Garage Center for Contemporary Culture in Moscow announced it is developing plans for new projects in Russia. These will include expanding to St Petersburg as part of the re-development of the island of New Holland, as well as a continuing...

Russian Billionaire Roman Abramovich Buys an Island to Show His Art...

MOSCOW.- The Garage Center for Contemporary Culture in Moscow announced it is developing plans for new projects in Russia. These will include expanding to St Petersburg as part of the re-development of the island of New Holland, as well as a continuing...

As ‘Peanuts’ Turn 60, Schulz Family Plans Future – More TV...

WASHINGTON (AP).- Good grief, Charlie Brown. The world has certainly changed since the Peanuts were born. In 60 years, the U.S. sent a man to the moon, survived the Cold War and now has one of the worst economic funks in decades. All that time, Charles...

As ‘Peanuts’ Turn 60, Schulz Family Plans Future – More TV...

WASHINGTON (AP).- Good grief, Charlie Brown. The world has certainly changed since the Peanuts were born. In 60 years, the U.S. sent a man to the moon, survived the Cold War and now has one of the worst economic funks in decades. All that time, Charles...

As ‘Peanuts’ Turn 60, Schulz Family Plans Future

WASHINGTON (AP).- Good grief, Charlie Brown. The world has certainly changed since the Peanuts were born. In 60 years, the U.S. sent a man to the moon, survived the Cold War and now has one of the worst economic funks in decades. All that time, Charles...

Steven Holl to Receive Jencks Award: Visions Built 2010 at the...

LONDON.- The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) is pleased to announce that American architect Steven Holl is to receive the 2010 Jencks Award: Visions Built. The Jencks Award is given annually to an individual (or practice) that has recently...

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