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Art Brussels 2012, 30th edition‏

Art Brussels 2012 30th edition: Thu 19–Sun 22 April 2012 www.artbrussels.be Art Brussels, 30th edition and always innovating! At the heart of Europe, Belgium is a cosmopolitan country...

New Permanent Work by Olafur Eliasson is Now on the Roof...

AARHUS.- First he created a sun for London. Then he created a waterfall for New York. Now the Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson has created a rainbow for Aarhus Your rainbow panorama, a new work by Olafur Eliasson is now on the roof of the Danish...

Sotheby’s Announces Details of Impressionist & Modern Art Sale to Be...

PARIS.- Sotheby’s announces details of a highly selective sale of Impressionist & Modern Art to be held in Paris on 1 June 2011. This prestigious sale pays homage to the most notable artistic trends of the 20th century, Surrealism and Cubism, and ...

Cleveland Museum of Art Acquires Rare Korean Joseon Period Screen for...

CLEVELAND, OH.- The Cleveland Museum of Art has acquired a rare screen that demonstrates European and Chinese influences on Korean art from the Joseon period. Consisting of ten-panels depicting the personal objects of a Confucian scholar, the screen us...

"A Serpentine Gesture and Other Prophecies" on View at Le Frac...

METZ.- 49 NORD 6 EST Frac Lorraine presents the exhibition "A Serpentine Gesture and Other Prophecies" on view until the 1st of May 2011. Global warming, reversal of the poles, decrease in solar activity, tsunamis, or earthquakes… Natural disaster...

"A Serpentine Gesture and Other Prophecies" on View at Le Frac...

METZ.- 49 NORD 6 EST Frac Lorraine presents the exhibition "A Serpentine Gesture and Other Prophecies" on view until the 1st of May 2011. Global warming, reversal of the poles, decrease in solar activity, tsunamis, or earthquakes… Natural disaster...

Mexican Archaeologists from INAH Explore Prehispanic Observatory in Tabasco

MEXICO CITY.- Researchers of the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) study a Prehispanic monticule known as Structure 12, at San Claudio Archaeological Zone in Tabasco, which may have had been used as an astronomical observatory to re...

Los Angeles Artists Fight to Save City’s Legacy of Murals

LOS ANGELES (AP).- Every so often, Ernesto de la Loza drives around the city to check on the state of his murals. It's a short tour these days. Out of 42 swirling, vivid pieces he's painted, only seven remain, the rest lost to graffiti, whitewash and w...

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