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Do Ho Suh does not intend to limit himself to just representing passages. He wants the visitor to feel them.

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Recently, the Tate Modern in London has opened a new section; a ten storey tower with a fantastic view on the river Thames.

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The appeal of this new exhibit area is not only in its modern and attractive structure but in the interactive display of design objects.

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The Beloved, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, 1865-6, o/c, Tate Britain, London

This brief artistic reality is still rather mysterious and ambiguous for its incredible variety of styles, issues, and themes proposed by its members.

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Georgia O’Keeffe, Red and Orange streak

Although most people consider Georgia O’Keeffe the painter of skulls and flowers, the themes represented by her brushes are really varied.

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  Located in the Abruzzi, in Italy, Pescara is quite an important town. In is a harbor, a highly cultural area and a city of Italian poets,

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The Continuous Movement: Grand Hotel version I

Superstudio was a design movement proposing radical and utopist ideas regarding architecture.

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Rondinone has installed casts of trees that are as old as the markets themselves, providing a suggestive artwork which is linked to his own

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What does Monday mean for you? Of course, it’s the beginning of the week, a working day, and almost everyone may link Mondays with

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The exhibit is a touch of a reality that we might not really know. All the art works on exposition denounce an unbalanced change

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Today, we are going to introduce you this small reality operating in the century of Romanticism, Realism and Impressionism.

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Instead of the usual Raphael, Leonardo, and the many other artists working in the well-known Florence and Rome, visitors can experience the artistic environment

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  How can we describe Fernando Botero (1932-)’s art? One would say huge figures in movement, glowing faces, and joy. I believe that those definitions

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To most people the French post-Impressionist artist is just a dwarf, alcoholic, and ill. However, sir Lautrec was not only a bohemian painter living

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“Fortunately, there are no rules in art". For the artist and former lawyer Nathan Sawaya (1971), everything can be art, also LEGO. Those small bricks

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