Gallery of "Vardiya (the Shift)": The Turkish Pavilion at the 2018 Venice Biennale - 10
Image 10 of 18 from gallery of "Vardiya (the Shift)": The Turkish Pavilion at the 2018 Venice Biennale. Photograph by Emre Dorter
Living room and decorating with things that bring us joy | Room To Ramble
Join us for a home tour where we talk about our living room and decorating with things that bring us joy! It is one of our fav spaces in our Bend, OR home.
Museum of Jewish Heritage Against the Odds
When the Nazis came to power in 1933 and began to persecute Germany’s Jews, it touched off an international refugee crisis that escalated throughout the 1930s. Many Jews hoped to come to the United States, but laws passed by Congress in the 1920s had ended the era of open immigration. Against the Odds is the story of American Jews who answered the call for help, told through their own words and the words of those they saved. Against the Odds, the latest collaboration between C&G Partners and…
Trois expos à ne pas rater
A voir. « Péplum » aux musées gallo-romains du Rhône, Pierre Soulages au musée des Beaux-Arts de Lyon et « L’art contemporain raconté aux enfants » à la Sucrière.
Gallery of Charlie Chaplin Museum / Itten+Brechbühl - 6
Image 6 of 53 from gallery of Charlie Chaplin Museum / Itten+Brechbühl. Photograph by Fernando Guerra | FG+SG
Remember Me: The lost diggers of Vignacourt
A photographic exhibition of the Thuillier Collection, displaying portraits of mostly unknown Australian soldiers. The identity and design reflects the typography from the period. A major part of the exhibition also included an interactive touch screen.
Cambodian Trees: Digitally Projected Deities and Sprits on the Streets of Cambodia
Cambodian Trees is a digital projection work by French artist Clement Briend who traveled to Cambodia to photograph these sculptural representations of deities and spirits from Cambodian culture overlaid on trees in several urban areas. Of the series Briend says: It's a beautiful surprise when the
Visiting the Mary Rose Museum on Portsmouth Harbour. Learning made fun on a family day out.
Portsmouth's Mary Rose Museum is much more than just King Henry VIII's beloved Tudor warship. Kids can really get hands-on with history.
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