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The revolutionary contemporary art market in Russia

Simon Rees, artistic director of the International Contemporary Art Fair Cosmoscow, spoke to the Moscow Times about the state of the contemporary art market in Russia today. Judging by this year’s fair, the market is booming. Art arrived from Argentina, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Estonia, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Georgia, Russia, …

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Nazi heritage haunts new museum galleries

ZURICH – With the opening of an imposing extension on Saturday, the Kunsthaus Zurich has become the largest art museum in Switzerland. The expansive new cube designed by British architect David Chipperfield, facing the original building in a central plaza, more than doubles the museum’s exhibition space. A spacious atrium …

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Wall St falls as ADP jobs beat sparks of fears

Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York, United States, September 29, 2021. REUTERS / Brendan McDermid Top 11 S&P 500 sector indices down ADP shows recovery in private jobs in US in September American Airlines and Nucor fall on GS downgrades Falling …

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The Bard is back, cheaper, more expensive for 2022

Full season starts in April 2022 through: Tim Steele Posted: Oct 3, 2021 / 9:00 a.m. PDT / Update: Oct 2, 2021 / 9:55 PM PDT The Oregon Shakespeare Festival at the Allen Elizabethan Theater, as seen on their website, May 27, 2021 (OSF Elizabethan photo by Kim Budd) PORTLAND, …

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7 Thrilling Fall Activities In And Around Denver

Courtesy of Jack O’Lanterns Magic Culture Whether you’re looking for a good scare or a healthy family outing, the Mile High City has you covered. By Gia Yetikyel October 1, 2021 Monster at midnight | From September 17 to October 31This strange event takes “meet and greet” to a whole …

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Save on a blender, gamepad, and more

– The recommendations are chosen independently by the editors of Reviewed. The purchases you make through our links may earn us a commission. Every day, we scour Amazon for the best deals available. Whether it’s something for your kitchen to make cooking less stressful or top-notch technology, the online shopping …

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Is this the most inclusive art fair in the world? | Art

WWelcome to perhaps the most diverse art fair in the world: Superfine, which focuses on contemporary art and prides itself on its inclusiveness, offering an outsized representation of artists of color and LGBTQ + and female artists. Under the aegis of Superfine, three simultaneous art fairs featuring 130 artists will …

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Why do people invest in Banksy’s handbags and art?

The pandemic has seen an increase in the number of people shopping for what they might be worth in the future. Why now and what are the risks? Eleanor Pringle investigates When people think of investments, they tend to think of stocks and stocks. They think the boarding pots and …

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People Will Pay For Comic Book NFTs: Why Does It Matter?

NFT Text (Non Fungible Token) Art on Abstract Background getty Recently, during a video call about the sale and resale of Disney Nonfungible Tokens (NFT) from Spiderman and other Marvel Comic characters on Veve, an attendee asked, “Why would anyone buy a digital asset?” ; and, if so, why would …

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Community collection

Local festival The seventh annual Homegrown Festival will be held from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, October 2 in downtown Siloam Springs. This year’s event will have Crystal Bridges to You: Mobile Art Lab with the full selection of regional artists, poets and musicians in one, plus a …

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Five must-see art exhibitions in Liverpool this fall

Liverpool is home to remarkable museums and art galleries which contain works of art from all over the world. On a rainy autumn day, nothing better than to stroll through a beautiful room admiring the exhibits on display. Whether you’re a museum enthusiast or don’t usually get lost in art, …

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Cambridgeshire bet emerges as new favorite Anmaat slashes price | Horse racing news

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At Art Basel, everyone plays it safe

BASEL, Switzerland – Psychologists call this the “simple exposure effect”: humans love what they already know, whether it’s people, places, products or works of art. There was certainly a reassuring familiarity about most of the works on display at the 51st edition of Art Basel, which premiered on Tuesday and …

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Why hiring for child care is a huge struggle

“I can’t compete with the sign-up bonuses and paying $ 20 an hour at the amusement park,” said Ms. Mossefin, who cares for children from infancy to 12 years old. an hour here. I can’t because I can’t raise the prices on my parents because we are all suffering. Last …

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How Gabby Petito’s Case Captivated The Internet

Martin G. Reynolds, executive director of the Maynard Institute for Journalism Education, said he was struck by the disproportionate focus of news organizations on missing white women, a focus he said is compounded by competitive coverage. (At a journalism conference in 2004, PBS presenter Gwen Ifill described this phenomenon as …

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FirstFT: Evergrande shakes up global stock markets

Updates Evergrande Real Estate Group Ltd Sign up for myFT Daily Digest to be the first to know about news from Evergrande Real Estate Group Ltd. Hello. This article is an on-site version of our FirstFT newsletter. Subscribe to our Asia, Europe / Africa or Americas edition to receive it …

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Can you afford the rising cost of tuition?

For generations my family has been educated in private. Many of us saw it as a positive experience, but not all of us. Children were often expelled from an early age. We have a letter written from a residential school in the 1930s by a desperate parent. It starts with: …

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What is behind Ethereum’s massive price gains

Ethereum (ETH) has gained nearly 30% this week, bringing it closer to its all-time May high of over $ 4,360. Today, it broke the $ 4,000 mark for the first time in three months, and many analysts were optimistic that the price could be raised further. Several factors are driving …

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Apple Avoids Another Legal Battle With App Developers

Apple, in a legal settlement announced Thursday with a group of app developers, said it would allow developers to urge customers to pay for them outside of their iPhone apps. The move would allow app makers to avoid paying Apple a commission on their sales and could appease developers and …

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ART returns to full bus service as Metro makes changes

An ART bus (via Arlington Transit Facebook) Arlington Transit buses will resume full service after Labor Day weekend, according to the county-run transit agency. The ART buses 53, 61, 62 and 74 during peak hours only will run again from Tuesday, September 7, having been out of service since March …

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God, money, YOLO: how Cathie Wood found her flock

The first of four children of Irish immigrants, Ms Wood spent much of her childhood moving – her father was a radar technician for the Air Force – before the family moved to Culver City, California. school in 1974, then attended the University of Southern California, majoring in Business Administration. …

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Quick bites | Local restaurants reopen – Santa Cruz Sentinel

SANTA CRUZ Arslans Turkish Food now open Arslans Turkish Street Food (113 Walnut Ave., 831-459-9770, arslansturkishstreetfood.com) is now open on the former Falafel House site. The menu offers dishes including Lavash wraps (choice of topping includes falafel, beef / lamb, chicken or spicy Nohut Durum / garbanzo) and combinations with …

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Where does your water come from?

Where does your water come from? Over the past year, artist Mary Mattingly has partnered with the nonprofit More Art on a massive project called ‘Public Water’ to help New York City residents learn more about the systems that provide the five boroughs with potable water – collectively called the …

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Adam Zivo: Iranian dissident artists deserve our support

Breadcrumb Links NP Comment Supporting dissenting voices in repressive regimes is a cost-effective way to assert both self-interest and Canada’s moral obligations Author of the article: Adam zivo Release date : 03 Aug 2021 • 12 minutes ago • 4 minutes to read • Join the conversation Visitors view works …

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US lumber prices start to fall

NORTH FORT MYERS, Fla. (WBBH) – Lumber prices are dropping after months of exasperation. Experts say the supply chain is starting to return to normal. “I don’t know where they started, but they’ve seen a significant drop,” said Art Seyffert, Home Depot store manager. Nationally, customers are getting much more …

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Timber prices across the country are starting to drop

NORTH FORT MYERS, Fla .– After hitting record highs, lumber prices across the country are starting to drop. “I think everyone is well aware that we have seen a good increase in lumber prices, luckily we are starting to see those prices go down,” said Art Seyffert, store manager of …

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Christie’s sale of the London Marathon to Paris grossed $ 212 million, and its biggest stars were three powerful auctioneers

Christie’s ran a marathon sales series that lasted over three hours in total today, starting in London with a major offering of Impressionist, Modern and Contemporary art titled ’20th / 21st Century: London Evening Sale’, before completely changing countries and moving the procedure to Paris. There, the two-part offering included …

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New NEFTiPEDiA Ongoing ICO for Crypto Investors

BALI, Indonesia, June 25, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – A next-generation decentralized NFT platform, NEFTiPEDiA celebrates digital currencies with unique digital art, which seems to be at the forefront of this movement by providing a vast NFT ecosystem for everyone. The Non-Fungible Token Platform (NFT) is a digital membership that represents …

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Juneteenth 2021: Your Guide to Celebrations in the NJ

juinteenth, celebrated on June 19, commemorates the end of slavery in the United States Congress voted on the 13th Amendment, which abolished slavery, in January 1865. Juneteenth recognizes the day later in the year when the Union Army reached Galveston, Texas – one of the last strongholds of slavery – …

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What happened to the Kmart art collection?

Other works were not so easy to unload. The sculpture (it’s also a sundial!) “Time Myth”, by sculptor John Piet, commissioned by Kmart for $ 800,000 in 1976, did not meet any reserve at auction. A museum director in Traverse City attempted to get the artwork moved to Open Space …

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Colorado Drive-Ins and Film Screening Experiences | Summer movies

THere, the film industry has been seriously concerned about the “death of cinema” for decades. The problem existed long before Netflix dropped red boxes around every corner and streaming services started appearing left and right; it got worse as traditional cinemas were forced to bypass COVID restrictions. This summer, one …

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15 things to do in Vancouver this week: June 7-13, 2021

Please Note: As ordered by health officials, non-essential travel between regions of British Columbia is not permitted at this time. Currently, gatherings within a maximum of five visitors or one other household are permitted. Outdoor gatherings of up to 10 people are also allowed, but use layers of COVID-19 protection …

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The region’s camps offer a summer of discovery

Andrea Stetson | Corresponding A brand new summer camp menu in Bonita Springs and Estero this summer will entice young people with everything from LEGO robotics and pickleball, birds, reptiles and marine biology. The YMCA goes beyond its traditional swimming, indoor sports and art camps to include new specialty camps. …

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The big pharmaceutical company that saw the future

June 5, 2021 ROCHE IS A strange entity. The Swiss giant is the world’s second largest drug maker and one of the most profitable big pharma companies. But its largest group of shareholders, mostly drawn from Fritz Hoffmann-La Roche, who founded the company in 1896, is led by André Hoffmann, …

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The 20 longest-running TV shows of all time

Television is a competitive industry, and many shows are lucky enough to be picked up in the first season. Rarely is a series popular enough to survive cast changes, cultural shifts, and disruptions in the media landscape. From daytime soaps to late night comedy shows, these are the oldest tv …

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15 things to do in Vancouver this week: May 31 – June 6, 2021

Note: as recommended by British Columbia health officials, indoor gatherings of any kind and non-essential travel within the province are not recommended at this time. Currently, outdoor gatherings of up to 10 people are allowed, but use layers of COVID-19 protection and maintain physical distance. Please adhere to COVID-19 health …

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2 health stocks that could be millionaires

reDespite the stories of newly created crypto millionaires, building wealth by investing usually takes time. One way to find businesses that will create wealth in the future is to look at those that have generated it in the past. It means asking which companies have adapted to all kinds of …

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Best Historic Trails in Arizona

Arizona’s trails have a fascinating story to tell: The native hunters and gatherers who found their feet in the canyon walls came first. Then come the explorers who forged paths between the first missions and the forts. And later came the railway workers who blew up roads through rocky terrain. …

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Artists return to the digital road

The Covid-19 pandemic has dramatically disrupted art sales activity, but digital platforms and physical galleries are not mutually exclusive, notes Helen Waters, senior director of the Cristea Roberts Gallery in London. Instagram was the inspiration for her latest show by four female artists: Charlotte Keates, Karen Lederer, Zsofia Schweger and …

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Rising raw material costs lead to price adjustments in Heidelberg

In order to cushion the disproportionate rise in the costs of materials, logistics and other purchases, Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG (Heidelberg) will moderately increase the prices of its equipment business with immediate effect. This adjustment is made in an economic environment of increasing demand and costs for raw materials and is …

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How to defend against inflation?

This is a guest article by Ben Funnell, portfolio manager at Man Group and Campbell R. Harvey, professor at Duke University and investment strategy advisor at Man Group. It is based on their recent research, “The best strategies for inflation timesWhich was co-written with Teun Draaisma of Man Group, Henry …

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IBM bets on a “ hybrid cloud ”

The motley madman takes Are you looking for a stock with high growth potential and a big dividend? Take the example of international office machines, with a dividend of over 4.5% recently. IBM’s old lines of business struggled for years, and this kept the stock depressed. But it is abandoning …

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Will NFTs turn tattoos into bankable art?

The best tattoo artists are in high demand, their work is displayed on some of the most visible real estate in the world: LeBron James shoulders, Scarlett Johansson’s back, Post Malone’s face. But you can’t hang tattoos in a gallery or auction them off at Sotheby’s. They live and die …

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What happens in and around the beaches

Shredding events This weekend Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Florida Network Realty hosts three free community shredding events at its Fleming Island, Mandarin and Murabella branches at World Golf Village. At each event, the real estate company will collect donations for the charities that service the area of ​​each office. Pitches: Mandarin …

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