New Mexico History Museum: A Mexican Mirror

Following the Mexican Revolution, artists came to see the ancient and folk art of Mexico in new light. Building on the foundation of their predecessors Jose Guadalupe Posada and Manuel Manilla, the new generation printmakers of the Taller de Gráfica Popular, or “People’s Graphic Workshop,” used their craft to promote the “progressive and democratic interests …

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New Mexico History Museum: Out of the Box – The Art of the Cigar

From the 1880s into the early 20th century, cigar manufacturers provided an avenue for the lithographic arts to flourish. Layering up to 10 colors in a stone-lithography process and even adding gold embellishments and stamped embossings, the images sold cigars through romantic landscapes, Western adventures, and hot-blooded señoritas. Historian Loy Glenn Westfall recently donated a portion …

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Pop-Up Museum TLV

POP UP MUSEUM TLV Is an innovative event, the first of its kind in Israel. Its purpose is to gather dozens of young artists under one building and to provide a platform for art and kicking creativity, with an emphasis on the art and graffiti culture that does not always receive exposure in classic art …

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Art Lima 2019

The International Art Fair of Lima from its platform formally activates the art system in Peru, facilitating public access to the international contemporary art offer. It is held in Lima annually in April contributing to the consolidation of the Peru brand in the world cultural circuit. Thanks to the results obtained in its past editions, Art Lima is recognized …

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Art Lima 2018

The International Art Fair of Lima from its platform formally activates the art system in Peru, facilitating public access to the international contemporary art offer. It is held in Lima annually in April contributing to the consolidation of the Peru brand in the world cultural circuit. Thanks to the results obtained in its past editions, Art Lima is recognized …

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Stedelijk Museum

The Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, colloquially known as the Stedelijk, is a museum for modern art, contemporary art, and design located in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Wikipedia

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Graffiti Alley Cambridge: Kobe Bryant

Richard B. “Rico” Modica Way is a public walkway in Central Square in Cambridge, Massachusetts., connecting City Parking Lot 5 to Massachusetts Avenue. Partially covered by a colorful plastic “stained glass” canopy, Modica Way is an also an open-air, 24-hour art gallery. One side features a black and white photo collage of people and places …

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Worcester State University – Crossroads: Four Perspectives

Crossroads: 4 Perspectives Opens Oct. 10, 2019 – Visual and Performing Arts Department at Worcester State University Placing the human role in reclaiming the earth’s environmental health front and center, Crossroads: 4 Perspectives features four regional artists who work in a medium called encaustic. The artists, Debra Claffey, Pat Gerkin, Donna Hamil Talman and Charyl …

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Luxembourg National Museum of History and Art

The National Museum of History and Art, abbreviated to MNHA, is a museum located in Luxembourg City, in southern Luxembourg. It is dedicated to displaying artworks and artefacts from all epochs of Luxembourg history. The museum is situated in Fishmarket, the historic heart of the city, in the Ville Haute quarter. (Wikipedia)

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Bass Museum: Ugo Rondinone

Spanning the entirety of the museum’s newly designed second floor, good evening beautiful blue by Ugo Rondinone is part of a major multi-institution retrospective comprising works that span three decades of the artist’s practice, from the late 1990s to the present. From poetic installations in public spaces to life-size drawings, Rondinone’s work balances on the edge of …

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Bass Museum: Pascale Marthine Tayou

Born in Cameroon and based in Ghent, Belgium, Pascale Marthine Tayou brings his itinerant practice to Miami Beach for his exhibition, Beautiful, creating an organic and collaboratively formed presentation of work made in the last decade. Visitors will navigate between stacked Arabic pots, Colonnes Pascale (2012), and encounter Tayou’s colorful Fresque de Craies (2015), constructed of hundreds of chalk pieces arranged beneath …

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American Jewish University – Re:Formation of the Jewish Body

Bel Air, CA – January 11, 2018 – American Jewish University is delighted to announce the upcoming opening of new exhibition space, the Project Room, in which curators and artists will be invited to respond to AJU’s art collection. The Project Room will launch with “RE: Formation of the Jewish Body,” curated by Los Angeles-based, …

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Adam’s: Important Irish Art

In the hot July of 1887, it was a world which saw the Marquess of Salisbury, the Prime Minister of England, Arthur Balfour, the Chief Secretary for Ireland, and a reclusive Queen Victoria at Osborne House on the Isle of Wight celebrating her jubilee. In The Irish Times on the 25th of July of that …

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Christie’s NY: Asia Week

With eight auctions that garnered bids from over 37 countries, Asian Art Week realized a combined total of $34,720,750. The Fine Chinese Paintings sale kicked off the series with a total of $3,302,250 and 92% sold by value. The top lot of the sale, Ma Xinle’s Horses from the Collection of Steven C. Rockefeller, sold …

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Monet Experience and the Impressionists

Monet Experience and the Impressionists, the new Crossmedia Group production, is a virtual and experience-based journey of enchanting images and sounds. A sensorial immersion inside the masterpieces of the painter who thrilled his audience as no-one else before for en plein air painting, expressing the beauty of nature in the unique moment of its own …

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Sotheby’s: Art Contemporain Day Sale

Sotheby’s is delighted to present our upcoming Art Contemporain Day Auction on 7 June, which brings together an exciting group of works by some of the most sought-after artists of the moment. This season’s sale features exceptional post-war works by Sam Francis, Mark Tobey, Maria Helena Vieira da Silva, and Hans Hartung. Besides a strong …

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Kühlhaus Berlin

The Society for Market Halls and Cold Storage was founded in Hamburg in the year 1890. Six years later, they commissioned their first compound in Berlin, an ice factory with a cold storage unit attached to it. However, the demand for fresh produce kept increasing, and the facilities were soon incapable of handling the amount …

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TASCHEN & Mick Rock: David Bowie

As David Bowie’s official photographer 1972-1973, Mick Rock is in some ways the guardian of Bowie’s image. This model presents TASCHEN Gallery’sMick Rock: Shooting for Stardust, The Rise of David Bowie & Co. From formal portraits to intimate candids and backstage life to dazzling performance shots, many of the brilliant photographs have never been seen by the public. The …

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Zurab Tseretelli’s Art Gallery

The art of Zurab Tsereteli is difficult to attribute to this or that art direction neither in the scale of domestic, nor world art. He is one of those creators who profess their own “religion”, involving others in it. Tsereteli’s art has already become a classic, not reducible to the unity of style, but expressed by the …

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Pascale Marthine Tayou

Pascale Marthine Tayou is a Cameroonian artist born in Yaounde, Cameroon in 1967. He began his career as an artist in the 1990s, and has carried out exhibitions in Cameroon, Germany, France, and Belgium, among others. (Wikipedia) Captured by: The Bass Library Learn More About HistoryView VR

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Foosaner Art Museum

The Foosaner Art Museum is located along the Indian River in the Eau Gallie Arts District (EGAD). We are a gathering place, a catalyst for change, and a center of creativity. The Foosaner collects, displays, and interprets all aspects of the visual arts in ways that relate to the past, the present, and to the …

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Art Paris 2017

Art Paris is a major springtime exhibition dedicated to Paris’ thriving arts scene. Host to some 130 modern and contemporary art galleries at the Grand Palais. Open to all forms of artistic expression including design, Art Paris Art Fair provides an overview of art from the postwar years to the current day with a theme-based approach that emphasizes discovery. This …

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Art Paris 2016

Art Paris is a major springtime exhibition dedicated to Paris’ thriving arts scene. Explore the central section of its 143 galleries and 22 countries based around the theme of discovery. South Korea was the guest of honor for 2016. Captured by: IMMERSION 3D Library Learn More About HistoryView VR

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Galleri Fineart: Pushwagner

Norwegian pop artist Pushwagner is known for detailed color work and repetition that tells stories with black humor and satire. The artist gained international fame at the 2008 Berlin Biennial for Contemporary Art when when he exhibited his graphic novel Soft City, which looks at modern life from his unique perspective. In this model, explore a retrospective …

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Museo de Arte Acarigua-Araure

The Museo de Arte Acarigua-Araure is an internationally recognized not-for-profit art institution in Acarigua, Venezuela. (Wikipedia) Captured by: Wyzlo & GR Lex Americas Library Learn More About HistoryView VR

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Graffiti Alley Toronto

Graffiti Alley in The Fashion District runs south of Queen Street West from Spadina Avenue to Portland Street beginning at 1 rush lane, Toronto, Ontario Canada . It is one of the best known location to see Toronto Graffiti. There is about a kilometer’s worth of wall space of varying quality. A graffiti event called Style in Progress has taken over graffiti alley for a 24-hour period …

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Gordon Smith Gallery of Canadian Art

Gordon Appelbe Smith (born June 18, 1919) is a Canadian painter, printmaker, sculptor, and teacher living in West Vancouver, British Columbia. Smith taught with contemporaries Bruno Bobak, B.C. Binning and Jack Shadbolt at the Vancouver School of Art (now Emily Carr University of Art and Design) for ten years, then 26 years at the University of British Columbia before retiring in 1982 to paint full-time. (Wikipedia) The Gordon and Marion Smith Foundation …

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National Gallery of Art: Mark Rothko

National Gallery of Art: Mark Rothko (1903 – 1970) One of the preeminent artists of his generation, Mark Rothko is closely identified with the New York school, a circle of painters that emerged during the 1940s as a new collective voice in American art. During a career that spanned five decades, he created a new and …

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Art of the Automobile & Artworks by Amy Weeks

Art of the Automobile is proud to be an Artweek Massachusetts event. We are a unique educational motorsport event, showcased in the City of Boston that allows participants from Automotive collectors and enthusiasts of all levels to join in putting on a display for the general public. This spring’s event benefactor, the Martin Richard Foundation(TeamMR8.org), …

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Newcastle Art Gallery: EVERYTHING CHANGES by Tim Maguire

Tim Maguire’s paintings and prints are cinematic in scale and romantic by nature. As a painter, Maguire is known for his rich color palette and consummate technical skills. Interested in the theme of ‘Vanitas and its symbolic reference to mortality and the fleeting nature of our lives, Maguire has in the past referenced 17th Century Dutch and …

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Butler Institute of American Art

The Butler Institute of American Art, located on Wick Avenue in Youngstown, Ohio, United States, was the first museum dedicated exclusively to American art. (Wikipedia) Captured by: Imperial Photography and Drone Services Library Learn More About HistoryView VR

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Booth Western Art Museum

Open since 2003, the Booth Museum houses the largest permanent exhibition space for Western art in the country, and it is the second largest art museum in Georgia. In this model, visit the lobby and American West galleries, where you will see iconic views, an entire stagecoach, and works by premier Western artists including George Catlin, Charles …

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Biscuit Factory

The Biscuit Factory is a Contemporary art gallery in Newcastle upon Tyne. The Gallery opened in 2002 after undergoing major renovation work. It is the largest commercial art, craft & design gallery in the UK. (Wikipedia) Captured by: Reality Media Library Learn More About HistoryView VR

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Genève Enchères Auction House

Genève Enchères is an auction house located in Geneva, Switzerland. Genève Enchère has a vast collection of sophisticated and fine-art pieces available for auction, ranging from delicate, fine china plates to highly prized paintings. (Matterport) Library Learn More About HistoryView VR

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Christie’s Hong Kong Auction House

Although Christie’s auction house was originally founded in London, Christie’s Hong Kong has been rather instrumental in developing the Asian auction market. Explore the auction house’s 2017 Autumn Auction collection featuring Asian 20th-century and contemporary art, Chinese ceramics, paintings, jewels, watches, and much more. (Matterport) Captured by: Bubble 3D Library Learn More About HistoryView VR

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Weinberger Fine Art

Weinberger Fine Art is an art gallery found in Kansas City, Missouri. Committed to showcasing diverse and high-quality work from both emerging and established artists, Weinberger Fine Art features a gallery with almost 5,000 square feet of exhibition space. Previous exhibitions include the Studio Nong Collective, Defining Atmosphere, and Nina Irwin’s solo exhibition.  (Matterport) Captured …

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Billhafen Löschplatz

Billhafen Löschplatz is a former port is found in the city of Hamburg, Germany. This used to be the site where shipments would come into the city, and it still features a blue crane from the 1950s. The site today is filled with modern graffiti. (Matterport) Captured by: omnia360 Library Learn More About HistoryView VR

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African Cultural Heritage Art Gallery

The Cultural Heritage Art Gallery is part of a unique cultural center on the outskirts of Arusha, Tanzania. It is arguably one of the largest collections of African art anywhere. The building’s complex design is the work of Studio Infinity Architects, based in Nairobi, Kenya. The attraction has been visited by influential leaders and celebrities …

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The National Gallery: Sainsbury Wing

In 1985 Lord Sainsbury of Preston Candover and his brothers The Hon. Simon Sainsbury and Sir Timothy Sainsbury generously agreed to finance the construction of a new wing for the Gallery. A site next to the Gallery had been vacant since the Second World War when a furniture shop was destroyed by bombing. The new …

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Château Frontenac Art Gallery

Since 1991, this art gallery has presented works by contemporary and historical artists. Its collection has enriched several other collections around the world. Come and visit the permanent exhibition featuring works by Picasso, Dali and Riopelle. (quebecoriginal.com) Captured by: ExploraTerra Library Learn More About HistoryView VR

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HaviArt at Italgres Wynwood

Havi Schanz is a Miami-based Argentine visual artist, architect, interior & graphic designer. His latest project portrays “Souls” on blueprints. HaviArt has found the perfect balance between industrial and fine art. In the process, he has developed a unique and captivating style of reproducing famous portraits from celebrity icons. (Wynwood) Library Learn More About HistoryView VR

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Ottawa Art Gallery

Ottawa Art Gallery (OAG) is a public contemporary art gallery located at 2 Daly Avenue in Ottawa, Ontario. Library Learn More About HistoryView VR

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Yours Truly, Dining Hall

In this interactive artwork, visitors were encouraged to write postcards addressed to some of the prisoners represented in Trace. Ai has spoken of the deep feeling of isolation that afflicts incarcerated people and the fear that their causes have been forgotten. Yours Truly is a direct response to these concerns—serving as a reminder that their voices and causes …

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Blossom, Hospital

With intricately detailed encrustations of ceramic flowers, Ai transforms the utilitarian fixtures (sinks, toilets, and tubs) in several hospital ward cells and medical offices into fantastical, fragile porcelain bouquets. The profusion of flowers rendered in a cool and brittle material could be understood as an ironic reference to China’s famous Hundred Flowers Campaign of 1956, …

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Stay Tuned, A Block

An intimate and evocative sound installation, Stay Tuned invites visitors into 12 individual cells in A Block, where they can sit and listen to spoken words, poetry, and music by people who have been imprisoned for the creative expression of their beliefs—as well as works created under conditions of incarceration. The work prompts introspection and understanding of …

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Refraction, New Industries Building

Using the imagery of flight to evoke the tension between freedom and confinement, this monumental installation—weighing more than five tons—is modeled after a bird’s wing. The artwork is composed of reflective panels originally used on Tibetan solar cookers. Located on the lower floor and viewed from the gun gallery above, the installation positions the visitor …

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Refraction, with secret tunnel access

Using the imagery of flight to evoke the tension between freedom and confinement, this monumental installation—weighing more than five tons—is modeled after a bird’s wing. The artwork is composed of reflective panels originally used on Tibetan solar cookers. Located on the lower floor and viewed from the gun gallery above, the installation positions the visitor …

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Trace, New Industries Building

In this installation, the viewer is confronted with a field of 176 colorful portraits laid out across an expanse of the floor. Each portrait—intricately constructed from LEGO® bricks—represents an individual who has been imprisoned or exiled because of his or her beliefs, actions, or affiliations. (Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy) Library Learn More About HistoryView …

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With Wind, New Industries Building

This large-scale installation, located in the building once used for prison labor, is based on the traditional Chinese “dragon kite” and features multiple kites strung together to create a single, large multipart kite. The stylized birds and flowers represented on each kite speak to the natural environs of Alcatraz Island—an important bird habitat—and reference 30 …

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Shepard Fairey Print Exhibit

Frank Shepard Fairey is an American contemporary street artist, graphic designer, activist, illustrator, and founder of OBEY Clothing who emerged from the skateboarding scene. (Wikipedia) Captured by: TrueSpaces Library Learn More About HistoryView VR

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African Tribal Art Showroom

Discover African Art is a tribal art showroom located in Clackamas, OR selling one-of-a-kind African masks, figures and textiles. Founded in 2015 by Dave Dahl, avid tribal art collector and successful entrepreneur, Discover African Art was created to share Dave’s personal experience with the beauty of tribal artistry with the public. With over 10,000 sq. …

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Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery

Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery (BM&AG) is a museum and art gallery in Birmingham, England. It has a collection of international importance covering fine art, ceramics, metalwork, jewellery, natural history, archaeology, ethnography, local history and industrial history. The museum/gallery is run by Birmingham Museums Trust, the largest independent museums trust in the United Kingdom, which also runs eight …

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Juan Manuel Blanes Museum

Juan Manuel Blanes Municipal Museum of the Arts is the name of a municipal museum in Prado, Montevideo, Uruguay. (Wikipedia) Captured by: Periferika Library Learn More About HistoryView VR

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Fallero Museum of Valencia

The Fallero Museum of Valencia is installed, since 1971, in the old convent of the mission house of San Vicente de Paül, which was finished in 1831, which is why it retains part of a structure of corridors and old cells. Subsequently had multiple uses, such as prison, barracks or warehouse. The Fallero Museum was …

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Ohio Craft Museum

The Ohio Craft Museum is a program of Ohio Designer Craftsmen, presenting five major exhibitions each year, as well as focus exhibits and a rotating display of the permanent collection. In addition, the museum houses the Craft Research Library and offers educational workshops and events for all ages and levels of experience. Ongoing funding for …

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Juan B. Castagnino Fine Arts Museum

The Juan B. Castagnino Fine Arts Museum is an art museum in the city of Rosario, province of Santa Fe, Argentina, considered the most important of the interior of the country and the second in national terms. (Wikipedia) Captured by: VRIOESTUDIO Library Learn More About HistoryView VR

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Art Cube Gallery

Located in the heart of Saint-Germain-des-Prés, Place Furstemberg, the ArtCube Gallery is fully dedicated to contemporary art. Library Learn More About HistoryView VR

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Belarusian National History Museum

Belarusian National History and Culture Museum is a museum in Minsk, Belarus. The leading Museum of the historic profile of the Republic of Belarus is the biggest collection of the monuments of material and spiritual culture of the Belarusian people from the ancient times to our days. It contains around 370,000 artifacts. Chronological frames of the museum fund are from 40, …

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Chili Thom

Michael “Chili” Thom (1976 – 2016) was a man of the mountains. A wilderness guide turned artist, he was always happiest and most comfortable when he was out exploring in nature. Teaching himself to paint at age 20, Chili found a way to take the emotion and majesty of the landscapes he loved, mostly from …

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Hotel d’Agar

The Agar Hotel: a summary of the history of Cavaillon In the heart of Cavaillon, the Hotel d’Agar is built, like the nearby Saint-Véran cathedral, on the ruins of the Roman city that had developed at the bottom of the Saint Jacques hill. The first elements of what will be the Agar Hotel date from the …

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Glass Room by Mozilla

Mozilla and Tactical Technology Collective present the Glass Room, a free exhibit that reveals the dynamics of living in the Internet age. Library Learn More About HistoryView VR

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Christie’s 20th Century Week

20th Century Week brings together a breathtaking array of Impressionist and modern art across six auctions in London this June, ranging from masterpieces by Monet and Malevich and monumental British sculpture to works on paper and Picasso ceramics. The Impressionist and Modern Art Evening Sale is headlined by Picasso’s rarely exhibited Femme dans un fauteuil, an arresting portrait …

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National Building Museum: Cool and Collected

Explore the extraordinary objects in the Museum’s collection in Cool & Collected, from architectural toys and models to tools to furniture to sculpture. (National Building Museum) Created by: Allan Sprecher Photography Library Learn More About HistoryView VR

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William & Florence Schmidt Art Center

The William and Florence Schmidt Art Center is a 6,500-square-foot art museum located on the Belleville Campus of Southwestern Illinois College, which houses a collection of over 900 works of art and artifacts, the largest permanent collection of any two-year college in the state of Illinois. In addition to paintings, photography, and pre-Columbian artifacts, the …

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Palace of Fine Arts

The Palace of Fine Arts in the Marina District of San Francisco, California, is a monumental structure originally constructed for the 1915 Panama-Pacific Exposition in order to exhibit works of art presented there. One of only a few surviving structures from the Exposition, it is still situated on its original site. It was rebuilt in …

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