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Feb 26, 2021
A rare painting by Dutch impressionist master Vincent van Gogh of a street scene in the Parisian neighborhood of Montmartre will be publicly displayed for the first time before its auction next month. Sotheby's auction house said the work, painted in 1887, has remained in the same family collection for more than 100 years — out of the public eye.

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Feb 21, 2021
It’s uncertain when the Louvre in Paris will reopen, but the forced closure has granted the famed museum a golden opportunity to carry out long-overdue refurbishments that were simply not possible with nearly 10 million visitors a year.

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Feb 6, 2021
Vice President Kamala Harris' barrier-breaking career has been memorialized in a portrait depicting her face emerging from the cracks in a massive sheet of glass. Using a photo of Harris that taken by photographer Celeste Sloman, artist Simon Berger lightly hammered on the slab of laminated glass to create the portrait of Harris. The Washington Monument is seen in the distance and the Lincoln Memorial is reflected.

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Feb 6, 2021
Vice President Kamala Harris' barrier-breaking career has been memorialized in a portrait depicting her face emerging from the cracks in a massive sheet of glass. Using a photo of Harris that taken by photographer Celeste Sloman, artist Simon Berger lightly hammered on the slab of laminated glass to create the portrait of Harris. The Washington Monument is seen in the distance and the Lincoln Memorial is reflected.

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NewsPlexus Media
Jan 21, 2021
For some, helping to get out the vote during Georgia's U.S. Senate runoffs meant writing checks for campaigns. Others signed up to canvass neighborhoods or make calls for campaign phone banks. Brandon Litman took a different approach by making thousands of pieces of art to connect the Democratic candidates with voters.

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Jan 21, 2021
For some, helping to get out the vote during Georgia's U.S. Senate runoffs meant writing checks for campaigns. Others signed up to canvass neighborhoods or make calls for campaign phone banks. Brandon Litman took a different approach by making thousands of pieces of art to connect the Democratic candidates with voters.

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Jan 16, 2021
At age 22, poet Amanda Gorman, chosen to read at the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden, already has a history of writing for official occasions.

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Jan 15, 2021
A Tintin drawing by the Belgian artist Herge sold Thursday in Paris for 2.6 million euros ($3.1 million), breaking the record for the most expensive comic book art in history. The 1936 work in Chinese ink, gouache and watercolor was destined as a cover for "The Blue Lotus," the fifth volume of the adventures of Tintin, a young reporter created by Herge.

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Dec 14, 2020
Together, two Black women have formed Save the Boards to Memorialize the Movement, part of a push to preserve the ephemeral expressions of anger and pain born of outrage over racial injustice that triggered weeks of protests across the country.

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Dec 10, 2020
An Indian designer and architect couple have launched a campaign called ‘Empowerment through Craft’ to help traditional artisans restart sales and trade on an online platform called Direct Create. During a time when the pandemic and a subsequent nationwide lockdown that halted the economy, the online marketing and collaboration platform has come as a huge relief for craftsmen who live in remote parts of the country and have traditionally relied on exhibitions and physical markets to showcase and sell their arts and crafts.