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Doctors Without Borders | Posted 09.29.2016 | World
Doctors Without Borders

I once heard an astronaut describe his trip to space. At first he saw individual countries, then continents, bound by oceans. When he went high enough he could see only one world. Do we all need to go to the moon to understand that we live together in one interconnected world where peace can be found? I hope that this exhibit helps bring us closer to this view.

Last Weeks For Unfinished: Thoughts Left Visible At The Met Breuer

Barbara Ernst Prey | Posted 08.18.2016 | Arts
Barbara Ernst Prey

I've returned a number of times to revisit the exhibit as, from an artist's perspective, it is fascinating to see works that are not finished offer insight into the artistic working process -- what the artist may have been thinking at that point in the painting.

Abused Girls Convey Reality of Child Prostitution at Tokyo Exhibition

AsiaToday | Posted 08.18.2016 | World

[An exhibition about child prostitution is being held in Tokyo on August 11-21./ Source: Colabo] By Um Soo-ah, Tokyo correspondent, AsiaToday - Whi...

This French artist is uniting Europe through art | Posted 06.22.2016 | Arts

At such a volatile time for inter-European relations, as the United Kingdom mulls over the upcoming referendum to remain or leave the European Union, ...

The Best World Wildlife Photographs Of 2015

Lev Hakak | Posted 06.20.2016 | Arts
 Lev Hakak

The competition includes a wide range of categories, such as "birds," "amphibians," "fish," "in the sky," "plants" and "urban." Millions of people from various countries come to visit this touring exhibition every year.

Near The Port Of Los Angeles, Artists Conjure Utopian Visions Of Labor

The Huffington Post | Priscilla Frank | Posted 04.08.2016 | Arts

The Port of Los Angeles is a 7,500-acre port complex located about 20 miles south of downtown LA. Since the 1800s, the harbor has been used as a tradi...

Booth Tips: 9 Ways to Make the Most Out of Your Appearance at a Trade Show

Shuly Oletzky | Posted 12.03.2015 | Business
Shuly Oletzky

Trade shows and conferences give entrepreneurs an opportunity to showcase our products and businesses to our target market and beyond. These events bring entire industries together; packing a lot of potential business and growth into a single room or exhibit hall.

Will the Real King Tut Please Stand Up

Tom Falco | Posted 11.23.2015 | New York
Tom Falco

As I moved on, assuming that everything else was real, one of the other patrons asked about the whole exhibit, and to our horror, we were told that everything was a reproduction! Everything!

How the Computer Age Was Born in the 'Silicon City' of New York

Louise Mirrer | Posted 10.20.2016 | Arts
Louise Mirrer

When you think of the New-York Historical Society, you may imagine exhibitions about the Founding Fathers, or programs about the Civil War. Or maybe you picture the rare Colonial-era books and documents in our research Library, or our spectacular collection of Tiffany lamps.

Why Did They Ban Teen Fiction--'My Enemy, My Brother'--in 1983?

Gabriel Schivone | Posted 10.01.2016 | Books
Gabriel Schivone

An eye-catching exhibit during Banned Book Week 2015 resurrects the history of a 1983 book-banning in Tucson, AZ.

The Unseen Work of Preparing an Exhibit: An Artist's Perspective

Barbara Ernst Prey | Posted 09.08.2016 | Arts
Barbara Ernst Prey

Two exhibits of my work, Oil and Water and Re/Viewing the American Landscape are currently on view at Blue Water Fine Arts in Port Clyde, Maine. I've been spending summers painting in Maine for close to forty years and exhibiting there for over thirty.

8 Artists Hide and Show in Los Angeles at MAMA Gallery

Jessica Robin Trent | Posted 08.03.2016 | Arts
Jessica Robin Trent

To Hide To Show is a group exhibition at MAMA, one of the newest contemporary art galleries taking Los Angeles by storm. The exhibition title is derived from the loose English translation of a contemporary French social anthropological study entitled "Montrer / Occulter."

SLAM: The Life of the Lucha Libre

Brad Hobbs | Posted 07.14.2016 | Arts
Brad Hobbs

Katinka Herbert is an East London Based Photographer and has been documenting a very interesting subject of the Lucha Libre for an 8 year period. Ha...

Live from 5th Avenue, It's Saturday Night Live!

Tom Falco | Posted 07.01.2016 | New York
Tom Falco

Ten with Tom10 questions in 10 minutesA replica of the main stage. "40 Years of Saturday Nights," a special exhibit featuring the TV show Saturday N...

Milan Expo 2015: Entertainment and (Some) Food for Thought

Fabio Parasecoli | Posted 06.10.2016 | Taste
Fabio Parasecoli

Is it the specific theme -- food -- that resonates so deeply?

The Newly Renovated Harvard Art Museums: An Artist's Perspective

Barbara Ernst Prey | Posted 04.26.2015 | Arts
Barbara Ernst Prey

As I walked up the familiar steps and entrance everything seemed as it had been during my time as a student. The inside, however, was quite different and the courtyard was bathed in light, still surrounded by some familiar artwork.

This Is The 'Degenerate' Art Once Banned By Hitler

HuffPost Italy | Silvia De Santis | Posted 02.24.2015 | Arts

Chagall, Picasso, Ensor, Kokoshka… During Hitler's era, Jews were not the Nazis' only victims. Artworks suffered as well, especially the art that Hi...

The Weirdest Museums in the World

Findery | Posted 04.19.2015 | Travel

What qualifies a museum as weird? Take a pinch of strange, mix it with morbid, and add a dash of mystery. All of these museums are one-of-a-kind and speak to the curious and will leave you smiling, shuddering or bewildered. Or, all of the above.

Siobhan Davies: Human-Nature (VIDEO) | Posted 04.06.2015 | Arts

It all stems from a fascination with our relationship to movement. When Siobhan 'Sue' Davies CBE took her first steps on the dance stage at 17, no one assumed that the art student had never danced before. But the lack of a classical education was more freeing than restrictive, allowing her to perform and choreograph however she saw fit.

Susan Michie: Marks, Textiles And Femininity In Art

Jennifer Walker | Posted 03.15.2015 | Arts
Jennifer Walker

Born into a family of artists whose work exploded with color, Susan Michie found her own path into artistic expression by eschewing bold tones and rich hues in favor of monochromatic blacks, whites and browns.

How One Deaf, Outsider Artist Came To Communicate Through Art

The Huffington Post | Priscilla Frank | Posted 04.10.2015 | Arts

As far as acclaimed artists go, James Castle is somewhat of an anomaly. For one, he was raised on a farm in rural Garden Valley, Idaho and spent most ...

We Visited Mummies of the World at the Cincinnati Museum Center and So Should You!

Roadtrippers | Posted 02.04.2015 | Travel

With two tickets in our adventurous hands we got a sneak-peek of the mysterious Mummies of the World exhibit opening on November 26, and let me tell you, it did not disappoint.

Lianzhou Photo Festival 2014

Matjaz Tancic | Posted 01.31.2015 | Arts
Matjaz Tancic

Lianzhou Photo festival is one of the biggest photo festivals in China and I finally visited it this year on its 10th anniversary. Where is Lianzhou? ...

Neïl Beloufa and Theo Danjuma -- Artist and Collector in Conversation at the ICA (VIDEO) | Posted 01.05.2015 | Arts

When a young artist and a collector are in conversation, it's usually about one thing: art. Neïl Beloufa and Theo Danjuma are no exception.

Rediscovering My Roots: Ringing in Tradition

Beth Bernstein | Posted 11.24.2014 | Style
Beth Bernstein

As an avid antique ring collector -- a theme which acts as a metaphor for various relationships in my memoir -- I immediately accepted the invitation to preview the 40 plus rings assembled together for the first time for public view and sale at Les Enluminures' New York gallery.