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Ethiopian gallery Addis Fine Art opens space in London

Rakeb Sile and Mesai Haileleul Courtesy of Bandele Zuberi Against the apparent tendency of galleries to abandon their physical premises during the pandemic, the Ethiopian-born Addis Fine Art gallery opens its first permanent gallery in London in October. The 2,000-square-foot two-level space on Eastcastle Street in the heart of Fitzrovia’s …

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From Amitabh Bachchan to students, creators bet their talent on non-fungible tokens

What is common between superstar Amitabh Bachchan and a 20-year-old artist couple. No, it’s not just that they like the movies. It’s not even that they hope to make a living from their profession. This is because artists, young and old, now think that NFTs or non-fungible tokens will help …

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WISeArt Trusted Marketplace for luxury NFTs, symbolizes the Black Mamba package autographed by Kobe Bryant

WISeKey collaborates with GDGC companies to Host a webinar: WISeArt Trusted momrketplace for luxury NFTs, Tokenizes the Autographed Black Mamba Package through Kobe bryant Online seminar is planned for September 20 2021 at 3:00 p.m. CET Geneva, Switzerland – September 15, 2021 – WISeKey International Holding Ltd (NASDAQ: WKEY; SIX: …

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Suffolk Sculptures Hit By The Blossom Hammer For Charity

The turtle and hare sculptures that have formed a city trail seen by thousands of visitors throughout the summer are expected to come under the hammer later this month. The eye-catching works – decorated by local artists – were part of The Way Ahead Art Trail in Eye which launched …

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KAWS: “When someone looks at my work and talks about ‘street art’, I wonder what they’re looking at”

Ask KAWS about his influences and he will draw up a list of 20th century and contemporary artists, most of whom have recognizable graphic styles: “Martín Ramírez. Eugene Von Bruenchenhein. HC Westermann. Chris Johanson. Harry Dodge. Robert Crumb. Peter Saul. He pauses. “Look, that’s all. Ken Prix. Lee Quiñones. Joyce …

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Amazing 9ft wide painting among works for sale

A COLLECTION of images over the centuries taken from an English country house go under the hammer. The pieces, featuring a range of works from several centuries, will be sold at the two-day Chartreuse auction in October. There are religious paintings and classical engravings from the 18th and 19th centuries, …

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11 unfinished and unreleased films

There is a truism in Hollywood that no one wants to make a bad movie. Likewise, no one intends to start a movie that they can’t – or won’t – finish. Yet the history of cinema has seen a litany of directors and studios who have failed to complete their …

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The arts group supports Katie Rose

By Jim Fagan The compassionate care at Katie Rose Cottage Hospice in Doonan is again this year supported by the Tinbeerwah Art Group. For three days from Friday September 17, the 70 artists of the group will open their hearts and their talents to Katie Rose with a share of …

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Night & Day // September 9-15, 2021

Thursday, September 8, 2021 While Texas Frightmare Weekend – happening Sat-Sun – is already full, you can still enjoy a bit of the old ultra-violence at a 4K restoration screening of A clockwork orange To Texas theater (231 W Jefferson Blvd, Dallas, 214-948-1546) at 8 p.m. To celebrate the 50th …

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The WazirX brand is betting big on NFT enthusiasts

Chennai: A pioneer of the NFT segment in India and South Asia, it provides a credible space for creators and collectors to acquire and exchange unique and exclusive works of art. Currently in beta, a total of 3,208 NFTs have been issued on the platform, of which 1,068 were sold …

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