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The Third Eye’s – Travelogue Solo exhibition by Anjali Sinha

New Delhi : After a long time of wait, Anjali Sinha finally brings to you her next solo exhibition “The Third Eye’s – Travelogue” on the 1-4 August 2010. The exhibition is for 4 days and is being held at Delhi’s prime location India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road. Refreshingly new

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Historic Automobiles and Automobilia at the New Lowman Museum

THE HAGUE.-   One of the world’s largest and most famous collections of historic automobiles is on public display in the new Louwman Museum in The Hague. The museum building, which was designed by American architect Michael Graves, not only houses over 230 historic cars, but is also home to the

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Museum of Modern Art Celebrates Four-Decade Career of Sally Potter

NEW YORK, NY.- A retrospective of the films of British director Sally Potter (b. 1949) at The Museum of Modern Art from July 7 through 21, 2010, celebrates her distinct, independent vision, showing all her feature films, documentaries, and shorts, and a selection of her experimental works made between

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Larger-than-Life Sea Creatures Come to Bellevue Arts Museum

BELLEVUE, WA.- For almost forty years, world-renowned jewelry artist Arline Fisch has rarely created anything but jewelry. Creatures from the Deep, originally commissioned by Racine Art Museum in 2008, challenged the artist to bring her work to a grand scale, using knitting and crocheting techniques to create 'families' of

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World’s Leading Photography Award at Les Rencontres d’Arles

ARLES, FRANCE - The third cycle of the Prix Pictet launches at Les Rencontres d’Arles, the world's foremost photography festival, on 8 July 2010. The new cycle will be announced at the Théâtre Antique, Arles, with a special presentation of work by the four Prix Pictet laureates to date.

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Roger Ballen’s Pictorial Scenes at Centre for Fine Arts in Brussels

BRUSSELS, BELGIUM - Roger Ballen’s work can be recognised at a glance. His singular universe, from a documentary style in the early days to more pictorial scenes, navigates between dream and reality

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Bruno Serralongue. Feux de camp on View at Jeu da Paume

PARIS.- In order to probe contemporary procedures for producing, distributing and circulating images, Bruno Serralongue “commissions” his own images from himself. His method begins with the collection of information from the media, which he uses as if they were dispatches from his own news agency, of the kind regularly

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Princeton Art Museum Announces Gauguin Woodblock Prints Exhibition

PRINCETON, NJ.- The Princeton University Art Museum will launch its fall 2010 season with an exhibition it is originating, Gauguin's Paradise Remembered: The Noa Noa Prints (September 25, 2010—January 2, 2011), the first comprehensive look at this pivotal woodcut series. Paul Gauguin's Paradise Remembered posits a new way of

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‘Tagore’s Visva-Bharati veering away from his ideals’

Kolkata, May 8 (IANS) Visva-Bharati, the university founded by Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore, has veered away from the poet's ideals and is today guided by 'crass commercialism', says a descendent of the bard.

'I don't think Rabindranath had wanted Visva-Bharati as an institute providing mere degrees to the students. He wanted

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Portrait of Tagore as a progressive artist

New Delhi, May 8 (IANS) Art for Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore was the final extension of his literature, beginning at a point when he wanted to express himself in a more creative way at the age of 67. One hundred and fifty years after his birth, he still retains pride

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