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Blockchain Nation States

I went on a walk through the Chelsea Art Gallery district yesterday afternoon. One of the galleries I visited was the Petzel Gallery and they have a show up by the New Zealand artist Simon Denny. The show is called Blockchain Future States and it compares Blockchain efforts like Ethereum and Digital Asset Holdings to […]

2016 MXoN: Saturday Gallery

Check out all of the action from Saturday's qualifying races here at the 2016 Motocross of Nations at Maggiora Motocross Park!

"Anti-Jacobite" wine glasses, after the Battle of Culloden

Inga Walton wrote very well about the National Gallery of Victoria exhibition called Kings Over The Water (2013). Although religion played a significant role in the propaganda surrounding the overthrow of King James II, it was not necessarily an overriding factor in the Jacobite movement. Show More Summary

rossodimarte: Lippo di Dalmasio Madonna of Humility London,...

4 days agoArts / Art History : Old Paint

rossodimarte: Lippo di Dalmasio Madonna of Humility London, National Gallery

National Gallery of Denmark presents new aspects of French master Auguste Rodin

5 days agoArts : Artdaily

On 22 September the National Gallery of Denmark opened a major exhibition about the French artist Auguste Rodin and his works on paper. This is the first exhibition of Rodin's drawings on Danish soil since 1930, and several of the almost one hundred exhibits have never been shown in Denmark before. Show More Summary

Nonfiction: Facing Britain: Simon Schama Takes a Gallery Tour

Schama views his nation’s history through portraits in “The Face of Britain.”

Seattle's new war on drugs: Giving heroin addicts 'safe sites' to shoot up

Seattle officials are moving forward with a controversial plan for what would be the nation’s first supervised heroin-injection clinics — government-financed shooting galleries that supporters say can save lives but that critics say will only enable drug users. A new 99-page task force study envisions...

National Gallery of Australia returns two sculptures to India

last weekArts : Artdaily

The NGA is to voluntarily return two sculptures to the Government of India following the discovery of new evidence about their provenance and removal from India. The Goddess Pratyangira (Tamil Nadu, India, 12th Century) and Worshippers...Show More Summary

The mutual admiration between ballet and fashion

In setting the historical context for the Ballet and Fashion Exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria in 2012, Roger Leong wrote that art and fashion have long been associated with each other. Ballet and fashion have inspired each other ever since performers have been dressing up and dancing. Show More Summary

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last weekArts : Hyperallergic

This week in art news: the heirs of the sitter in a Matisse portrait sued the UK's National Gallery, London's deputy mayor for culture floated a proposal to establish "creative enterprise zones," and Maurizio Cattelan installed a functioning 18-karat gold toilet at the Guggenheim.

sulphuriclike: Cosmè Tura_Primavera (Calliope)_1460 The...

sulphuriclike: Cosmè Tura_Primavera (Calliope)_1460 The National Gallery, London

Here’s What It’s Like To Walk Through The First National Black History Museum

WASHINGTON ? When you step into the elevator on the top floor of the David M. Rubenstein History Galleries, there’s a timeline to your right. It begins with the word “Today.” Pay attention to it. As you descend, the timeline will lead you back into history, past President Barack Obama’s 2008 election, through the civil rights movement and Jim Crow. Show More Summary

Here’s What It’s Like To Walk Through The First National Black History Museum

WASHINGTON ? When you step into the elevator on the top floor of the David M. Rubenstein History Galleries, there’s a timeline to your right. It begins with the word “Today.” Pay attention to it. As you descend, the timeline will lead you back into history, past President Barack Obama’s 2008 election, through the civil rights movement and Jim Crow. Show More Summary

News Briefs: Kevin Cole in the Smithsonian, Brickworks Gallery opening on the Beltline and more

Kevin Cole’s “Increase Risk with Emotional Faith,” a mixed media wall sculpture, will be featured in the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History & Culture. “Since 1992, my work has evolved to include the relationship between color and music, especially music as it relates to the African-American community,” said Cole in an interview with...

UK’s National Gallery Sued Over Matisse Portrait By Heirs Of The Woman In It

“Portrait of Greta Moll (1908) depicts a fellow-artist and a pupil of Matisse. Moll’s heirs – Oliver Williams, Margarete Green, and Iris Filmer – say that Moll, who owned the painting, turned it over in 1945 to a student of her husband, Gertrud Djamarani, fearing it would be lost or destroyed during the Allied occupation […]

National Portrait Gallery announces shortlist for Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize 2016

2 weeks agoArts : Artdaily

Three photographers have been shortlisted for the Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize 2016, the major international photography award organised by the National Portrait Gallery, London. The prize-winning portraits include photographs...Show More Summary

The National Gallery's East Building Returns On Sept. 30

The permanent collection returns to a newly renovated building along with three temporary exhibitions. [ more › ]

Seeking the Final Faces for a 9/11 Tapestry of Grief, Loss, Life and Joy

2 weeks agoNews : NYTimes: News

A gallery at the National September 11 Memorial Museum has photos of all but 10 of the 2,983 people killed in either the 2001 terrorist attacks or the 1993 World Trade Center bombing.

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