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Here are the Artists of the 2024 Venice Biennale

1. Pacita AbadBasco, Philippines, 1946-2004, Singapore 2. Mariam Abdel AleemAlexandria, Egypt, 1930–2010 3. Etel AdnanBeirut, Lebanon, 1925–2021, Paris, France 4. Sandy AdsettWairoa (New Zealand), 1939 Hastings, New Zealand: Lives in Hastings 5. AffandiCirebon, Indonesia, 1907–1990, Yogyakarta, Indonesia 6. Zubeida AghaLyallpur,…

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Juxtapoz Magazine, Radio Juxtapoz ep. 131: Ozzie Juarez and the Pulse Los Angeles Art

Los Angeles is a large city. It’s a big place. It’s not a city that is laid out from top to bottom but from left to right. A city of chapters and narratives. There aren’t too many artists writing stories…

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Thomas Hengelbrock Takes the Baton at Orchestre de chambre de Paris

Beginning within the 2024/25 season, the famend German conductor and violinist Thomas Hengelbrock will take the helm. He steps into this prestigious function following the tenure of Lars Vogt, who sadly handed away in September 2022. The Orchestre de chambre…

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The 1951 Bell Handbook for Working a Rotary Phone » Design You Belief

In 1951, Bell Phone System launched a information titled “The Phone and How We Use It,” designed to help elementary faculty college students and others in understanding the operation of traditional rotary dial telephones. The information detailed every little thing…

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Nadine Bougne: An educator’s artistic leap

Nadine Bourgne – An unlikely beginning Nadine Bourgne‘s artistic journey is a tale of unexpected twists and profound self-discovery. After spending over two decades honing the craft of painting, she is now a testimony to the transformative powers of passion…

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Madeline Rupard’s “Modern Land”.

Born in the Utah desert artist Madeline RupardShe spent her formative childhood in Silver Spring, Maryland, and Augusta, Georgia. She holds a BFA in Studio Art, from Brigham Young University, and a MFA in Painting, from Pratt Institute. She currently…

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In the World’s Largest Rainforest, a Prehistoric Metropolis Emerges After More Than 2,500 Years — Colossal

 History Science #Amazon #archaeology #cities #Ecuador #rainforest January 29, 2024 Kate Mothes Kunguints site, Upano Valley, Ecuador. Complexes of rectangular platforms are arranged around low squares and distributed along wide dug streets. Lidar images by A. Dorison and S….

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Caroline Monnet’s Indigenous Worldbuilding

Caroline Monnet has been busy over the past few months, completing her multidisciplinary Anishinaabe and French-Canadian artist Caroline Monnet. A feature film in 2021 to 11 exhibitions in 2023 — of which four were solo shows — to having her…

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Juxtapoz Magazine Portfolio: Taylor Anton White

Today’s A PortfolioWe examine the works of Taylor Anton White, who has just opened a single show. Meat Dream L21 GalleryWe have been fans of this artist for many years. “My work gives shape to the fleeting memories and the…

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Gustav Klimt’s Portrait Resurfaces After a Century

Gustav Klimt’s long-lost painting, “Portrait of Fraulein Lieser” has been rediscovered. This portrait of a wealthy Austrian Jewish woman is valued at an astounding $54 million. BBC hailed this discovery as a significant addition to art. A Sensational Find In…