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Groundbreaking NYC Art Show: The Armory Show

Groundbreaking NYC Art Show: The Armory Show

Over a hundred years ago, one daring NYC art show forever changed the American art world – it was the International Exhibition of Modern Art or, as it is called nowadays, The Armory Show. The very first international art fair ...

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Mesmerizing Abstract Art by Alejandro Mendez

Mesmerizing Abstract Art by Alejandro Mendez

Ever since its formation in the first half of the 20th century, such ethereal artistic movement as abstract art has found a large number of devoted followers. What is so exceptional about this type of visual language? When working in ...

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Expert Tips on Shipping Old Master Paintings Safely

Expert Tips on Shipping Old Master Paintings Safely

Old Master paintings enjoy evergreen popularity and beat all records in sales by grossing unbelievable revenues for their owners, as is proven by Old Master auctions held by Sotheby’s and other auction houses. However, if you are a NY-based avid fan of ...

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Art Basel 2019: Highlights Every Art Connoisseur Should Know

Art Basel 2019: Highlights Every Art Connoisseur Should Know

On June 18-21, creme de la creme of the global arts community flocked to Basel, Switzerland to take part in the annual event of enormous significance – Art Basel 2019. For many years, Art Basel represents a unique venue where ...

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The Mystery of the Voynich Manuscript

The Mystery of the Voynich Manuscript

The legendary Voynich Manuscript is a Holy Grail for historiographers and linguists. This mysterious book was written in the unknown language during the Italian Renaissance. On the pages of Voynich Manuscript, you may see the zodiac signs, plants, astronomic symbols, ...

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Tigran Tsitoghdzyan’s New Exhibition at Fremin Gallery

Tigran Tsitoghdzyan’s New Exhibition at Fremin Gallery

Tigran Tsitoghdzyan is a prominent figure in contemporary art, working in the hyper realistic style. This New York-based artist fascinates his audience with bold, innovative artworks and a unique perception of human nature. Fans of Tsitoghdzyan’s creative work appreciate his ...

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The Brooklyn Museum: The Oldest and the Biggest in New York

The Brooklyn Museum: The Oldest and the Biggest in New York

The Brooklyn Museum in New York is an art space with a vast and exciting history. Since its foundation in 1895, the museum has changed its conception several times, so, it has made a long and complicated way to achieve ...

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The Strangest NY Museums

The Strangest NY Museums

New York is a cradle of numerous art institutions. However, lots of tourists coming to visit the city every year have not the vaguest idea that there are other, no less exciting museums than the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Guggenheim, and ...

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€1 Billion for the Restoration of the Notre-Dame Cathedral

€1 Billion for the Restoration of the Notre-Dame Cathedral

It is impossible to imagine Paris without such incredible architectural gems as the Louvre, the Eiffel Tower, and of course, the Notre-Dame Cathedral. Unfortunately, the latter has recently been damaged in a fire on April 15. Today, numerous private financial ...

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Amazing Abstract Art Paintings by José M. Fontaiña

Amazing Abstract Art Paintings by José M. Fontaiña

Abstract art is perhaps the most controversial art form known to mankind. Sometimes, it is so strange that most people have no idea what it means or why it is the way it is. Along with that, abstract art is also ...

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