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Exceedingly rare and high-quality Ifugao sculptures come home to the Philippines from various parts of Europe and America.
Exceedingly rare and high-quality Ifugao sculptures have been coming home to the Philippines from various parts of Europe and America, thanks to Swiss collector and art enthusiast Martin Kurer, who has lived in the Philippines for the past 20 years. Kurer has ...
 
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In the 1920s, Bauhaus changed the modern art landscape. Then it changed fashion.
Even if you don’t immediately recognize the name Bauhaus—the German art school known for its use of geometric shapes and graphic, clean lines—you’ve definitely seen its hallmarks.Marcel Breuer’s famous Wassily Chair, first designed in 1925 and copied ever since, is still available ...
 
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Here are all the details on Lawrence's future husband.
It's official: actress Jennifer Lawrence is engaged to Cooke Maroney, a successful, if relatively unknown, art dealer. Below, everything we know about Lawrence's husband-to-be.Although Cooke's father, James Maroney, was once a leading figure in the art world, serving as the Head of American Paintings ...
 
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In his high-rise flat, Patrick Reyno has surrounded himself with the works of art he collects.
A passionate collector of Filipino contemporary art, Patrick Reyno's journey to this vocation also did not happen overnight. Yes, he grew up around art and among artists, but it was only after years of working as a banker overseas did he finally ...
 
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On its 9th year, the festival bids a bittersweet farewell to the mountain that gave it its name.
Watching over Puerto Princesa’s crystal waters is Mt. Malasimbo, where a natural amphitheater lined with palm trees has played host to unusual guests for many years. Electric dandelions stood several feet tall, creating a canopy of white luminescence. A bamboo cage bathed ...
 
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Prince Charles isn't the first royal to have an artistic eye.
Scotland's historic Fife Arms Hotel just reopened after an extensive restoration, and Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla were on hand to tour the space today. The royals, who are officially known as the Duke and Duchess of Rothesay when in Scotland, were both appropriately ...
 
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Look closely to see what these furry friends are made of.
Josephine Turalba’s canines are playful, engaging, endearing.Bespectaculed, bejeweled, at rest, or at play, the dogs beg to be touched, caressed, by the viewer.May we? we ask the artist, knowing fully well that works of art are not meant to be handled.After a ...
 
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A very Town & Country guide to Miami Art Week happenings from the best art installations to the most fabulous parties.
The first week of December draws tout le monde in art and design to Miami, where there are a dizzying amount of exhibitions, fairs, and installations as Art Basel, Design Miami/, and Art Miami converge. It is impossible to see it all, but T&C has an eye on ...
 
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The 81-year-old queen consort balances royal duties with messy easels.
The suburban Long Island building is nondescript, the security detail minding it discreet. Inside, Her Majesty Queen Sonja of Norway is involved in a messy business. Her hair perfectly coiffed, her gray corduroys and navy cardigan covered by a white lab coat, ...
 
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Isa Lorenzo and Rachel Rillo curate a pair of exhibits that directly challenges preconceptions of painting and photography.
Does the process of creating art dictate its form? At what point does deviating from convention strip a piece of its categorization? What constitutes a painting? And when does a photograph stop being a photograph?Silverlens Galleries aims to answer these questions with ...
 
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Has art lost its soul?
When the new documentary The Price of Everything hits theaters on October 19 (it’ll also air on HBO November 12), there will be a bit more than six weeks until Art Basel Miami Beach—the art world’s annual seaside bacchanal—kicks off and, more likely than ...
 
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It was the first western wedding at the sanctuary in Naoshima, Japan.
A shared love of art brought Caroline Ghosn and Nicholas Flanders to Naoshima, Japan, for their wedding on July 7, 2018. Since 1987 the small island has been an art haven, thanks to a Japanese billionaire, Soichiro Fukutake, who bought part of ...
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