Monthly Archives: December 2021

Sabine Weiss Obituary | Photography

Photographer Sabine Weiss, who died at the age of 97, established her considerable reputation within the French “humanist” school of black and white photography, which aimed to capture the universal human experience through images. of daily street life. Images like that of a horse kicking his heel, strapped to a …

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Virtual property prices skyrocket

“RIDICULOUS AND cool. “This is the architectural specifications for a new office tower under construction in Crypto Valley, a business district of Decentraland, a virtual platform built on the Ethereum blockchain. The building, owned by Tokens. com, a blockchain investor, will be a cross between a nightclub in Ibiza and …

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longtime art teacher welcomes book signing | Life

KC Kiner Wortman, a former resident of St. Joseph and a graduate of Bishop LeBlond High School, recently returned to the Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art to welcome a signing of her recently published book. Wortman has been working as a professional artist since high school. After college, she opened a …

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The Stack’s Bowers Galleries December 2021 Hong Kong Collectors Choice auction grosses over $ 10 million

The Stack’s Bowers Galleries December 2021 Hong Kong Collectors Choice auction grosses over $ 10 million Numismatic items that were previously reserved for direct sale at major auctions are making the leap at exclusive internet events. The December 2021 Stack’s Bowers Galleries sale in Hong Kong set the record for …

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Five things to do indoors this New Years weekend: from must-read books to home horticulture, fill your interior Hogmanay – Arts

Last week, we recommended five things you could do in the streets and urban wilderness of our culture-ravaged surroundings. Now here is the mirror twin of that listicle: five diversions from the doldrums of waiting for 2021 to screw up the calendar; five local wonders that can be enjoyed inside …

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Middletown Artist’s Marine Life Exhibit Aims To Share The Truth About Recycled Plastic

MIDDLETOWN – Volunteers have a unique chance to help create a life-size fabric replica of a sperm whale in the vacant old Woolworth building in the city center, using plastic that penetrates the oceans and endangers the Marine animals. Middletown artist and University of Hartford researcher Kat Owens, who works …

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Assembly at the Blanton Museum of Art in Austin: How to view the exhibition

On a south wall of the Blanton Museum of Art, flashing red and blue neon lights alternate from “Illuminate you” to “Illuminate your life”. It’s striking and it commands attention. The neon banner is for Sandra Bland, a black woman who died in a 2015 Waller County jail after a …

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Price prediction: Dogecoin set to drop 50%, HUH token to test record high after $ 500,000 giveaway announced – Reuters

For this reason, and due to the early popularity of HUH Token, it is easy to see why HUH Token might be the new Shiba Inu and Dogecoin and why these three coins might be the crypto Christmas gift you are looking for? Follow NewsGram on Facebook to stay up …

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More magic! Shanghai’s shopping malls go far beyond shopping

Famous as a world-class consumer center, Shanghai is also a pioneer in innovating shopping designs and services. In today’s world, the consumer experience has turned into a pleasure-seeking journey, and malls have turned into laboratories to create happy surprises. It’s not just shops anymore, but special offers such as gigantic …

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