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The Harvard Extension Student Environmental Club

The Harvard Extension Student Environmental Club

Harvard is an elite private Ivy League university located in Cambridge, MA. It is the oldest institution of higher education in the US, which was established by vote of the Great and General Court of the Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1636. ...

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Re-Emerge: A Remarkable Collection of Artworks by Buhle Nkalashe

Re-Emerge: A Remarkable Collection of Artworks by Buhle Nkalashe

The diversity of African art is impressive. It is a whole world that is still a vast space of discovery. In this blog post, let’s take a closer look at contemporary African art, particularly the work of the talented South ...

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The Unique Art Scene in Taiwan

The Unique Art Scene in Taiwan

A unique fusion of nature’s power and cultural identity has always been a distinguishing token of Taiwan’s art. The advent of the contemporary epoch made it possible for Taiwanese artists to go even further and add the elements of an ...

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The Amazing Visionary Art of Alex Sastoque

The Amazing Visionary Art of Alex Sastoque

Visionary art is an ancient craft of decanting subconsciousness into actual reality. Much as you want to, you won’t be able to wholly embrace the artwork on the first try; instead, it always requires personal involvement and profound perception. When ...

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A Peek into the Art World of Frank Chinea Inguanzo

A Peek into the Art World of Frank Chinea Inguanzo

The art world is full of images and hidden symbols. Sometimes, we cannot size up the whole depth of an artwork because we do not see the central idea that the artist wishes to convey. This is the case for ...

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Dwane Bailey — A Self-Taught Surrealist Artist with a Unique Style

Dwane Bailey — A Self-Taught Surrealist Artist with a Unique Style

From Edna Manley to Philip Thomas, Jamaican art flowers with unparalleled authenticity and a highly special approach to depicting life. The images you can meet in the paintings and sculptures by the Jamaican artists almost always stem from the folklore ...

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How Does Coronavirus (COVID-19) Affect the Art World?

How Does Coronavirus (COVID-19) Affect the Art World?

Coronavirus (COVID-19) is the most disquieting calamity of present-day life. The virus has perturbed the balance of an increasingly developed world, which has triggered the wave of changes in the hearts and minds of people around the globe. You can ...

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Henry Khudyakov’s Art Project at VOLTA New York 2020

Henry Khudyakov’s Art Project at VOLTA New York 2020

This year, VOLTA New York, which was held at Metropolitan West on March 4-8, featured a whole range of amazing solo projects and art presentations brought to New York by the leading galleries from all over the globe. One such ...

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