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Richard Rogers, architect behind the Landmark Pompidou Center, dies at 88

Drifting after school he joined the British Army and served two years in Trieste, during which time he spent time with a cousin, Ernesto Rogers, a famous architect and town planner, and worked in his office from Milan. Ernesto’s work – the civic promise of Modernism and his own warm …

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A historic NFT collection of African art, poetry and culture – Nairametrics

There is a wide variety of masks in Africa. The existence of African masks dates back to the Stone Age, with traditional masks worn during celebrations, rituals, festivities and ceremonies of social and religious significance. African masks most often represent spirits, animals, ancestors, entities, mythological heroes and moral values. Their …

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Stephen Curry made jump shot an art form

Steph Curry is the most exciting, entertaining and compelling athlete I have ever seen. Steph Curry is more fun to watch than Tom Brady, Barry Bonds, Michael Jordan, Jerry Rice, Joe Montana and the athlete who was the all-time attraction of all time, Magic Johnson. Steph Curry catches the eye …

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Monique Keiran: What would Emily Carr think of abuse in residential schools and protests against loggers?

What would Emily Carr think? The Canadian icon whose First Nations coastal art paintings and Pacific forest landscapes placed Victoria on the world art map was born in Victoria 150 years ago. In recent years, the two subjects she most sought after as a painter have become major social, political …

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The Met Acquires Archives of the Work of Harlem Renaissance Photographer James Van Der Zee | Smart News

Besides photography, James Van Der Zee was also a gifted musician who played both piano and violin. James Van Der Zee Archives / Metropolitan Museum of New York From a victory parade of black soldiers returning from WWII to key moments in the civil rights movement of the 1960s, photographer …

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The art of healthy living | News, Sports, Jobs

WARREN – To encourage healthy shopping, eating and exercise, the Lit’l Mac Food Store, 1763 Parkman Road, is now adorned with a mural created by Alex Savakis, a native of Warren, which is on display on the northwest side of the store. Savakis’ mural, which measures 8.7 feet high by …

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Reviews | Bob Dole, Donald Trump and the art of accountability

Bob Dole, the former Senate majority leader and presidential candidate, died Sunday at the age of 98. The media was filled with praise, which was understandable even to those who opposed much of what he stood for. It’s not just that he was a war hero, or that he reminds …

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Mexican child prodigy causes SENSATION at Miami Art Week by painting LIVE Picasso-style image: VIDEO – CVBJ

Andrés Valence He is only 10 years old, but he is already considered a child prodigy of painting, and this Saturday he again demonstrated his skills by painting a live painting with a well-known Caribbean artist called Bradley Theodore at the fair Miami Art and surrounded by people eager to …

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Why black artists are essential freedom fighters

“The name of this song is ‘Mississippi Goddam'”, Nina Simone announcement without missing a beat in the cabaret-style hopping cadence, it beats on the piano keys. The predominantly white audience at Carnegie Hall let out a nervous laugh in response. But Simone wasn’t kidding. She had brought her rage against …

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Roger Phillips obituary | Mushrooms

The talents of artist, photographer and author Roger Phillips have led him in many directions, not all predictable, and it is entirely consistent with his itinerant and inquisitive mind that many will remember him as a mycologist. scholar and media, a David Attenborough of the mushroom, and as a guru …

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