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120,000 Ribbons Wave Across the Former Footprint of the Berlin Wall in an Installation Marking 30 Years Since the Peaceful Revolution

On November 9, 1989, German officials decided to allow residents of Communist East Germany to cross over and visit the Western, democratic half of the divided country. Though the complex process of physically and ideologically reunifying the country took about … Continue reading

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Glorious Photos of Life Up North in the 1990s

Shirley Baker – whose work covers the 1950s to 2000 – might be the best street photographer you’ve never heard of.   By Oliver Lunn   Shirley Baker is not a big name in street photography, but there are plenty of … Continue reading

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Hors Piste

“Only one goal: SAVE THE WORLD! After 46 awards in festivals (including a BAFTA for best student film) and more than 150 selections… Our film is online in FULL length for 1 month! Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for … Continue reading

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Magazine Cutouts Form Nature Collages Shaped Like Birds and Butterflies by Jennifer Murphy

Toronto-based artist Jennifer Murphy combines cutouts of animals, plants, and other organic objects to create large-scale nature collages. Strung together using gossamer thread, the collages form the silhouettes of birds and surreal outdoor scenes from Murphy’s imagination. The artist sources images of … Continue reading

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Photographer’s Striking Landscape Photos Are Visual Love Letters

“Viewing the natural world through the lens of my camera offers me the opportunity to both see and to share visions of the world that some only dream of being able to witness.”[…] Read More: Photographer’s Striking Landscape Photos Are … Continue reading

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Painting With Code: UI Engineer Diana Smith Creates Baroque-Inspired Portraits with CSS

With little more than a text editor—and years of experience as a web developer—UI engineer  Diana Adrianne Smith creates Flemish and baroque inspired portraits using HTML and CSS, the two primary presentation markup languages designed to display web pages. The … Continue reading

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Die Badende (The Bather), Hamburg, Germany

Nov 8, 2019- Many fine art museums around the world offer mobile apps, and most of them are free. Source: The Best Fine Art Museum Apps | art and design in 2019 | Sculpture art, Installation art, Art museum

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Lavishly Adorned Chairs by Annie Evelyn Reimagine the Functional Role of Furniture

Artist Annie Evelyn’s primary medium: wood. Her primary vessel: the chair. One work, “Cathedral Train Chair”, sports an ocean-blue silk train that fans out from a tufted armchair, emulating the fashion symbol of high social status or a special occasion. … Continue reading

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Jaco and Toots – A Match Made in Heaven

Kurosawa’s Rashomon told the story of murder from three perspecatives. Jaco’s composition, Three Views of a Secret, is about something from difference views. Featuring Toots Thielmanns on harmonica and Jaco on piano. John Francis Anthony “Jaco” Pastorius III (/ˈdʒɑːkoʊ pæsˈtɔːriəs/, … Continue reading

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