Q&A – Neiman Marcus Curator Julie Kronick Remains Focused on Company Goals

In 1951, Alexander Calder (1898-1976) was bursting onto the international art scene. Two years earlier, the Philadelphia native constructed his largest mobile, “International Mobile,” for the Philadelphia Museum of Art’s Third International Exhibition of Sculpture. His works were featured in the best galleries and a retrospective was mounted at the Museum of Modern Art in […]

An Introduction to Tattoos

Tattoos… Everyone has a different reaction to that word. It always got my attention. I think the first one I saw on a live person, was my cousins. I must have been 7 or 8 years old. He had a funny caricature of a devil on his arm with “born to raise hell” written over […]

Her Most Famous Painting (Oriental Poppies) – Georgia O’Keeffe

The American painter Georgia O’Keeffe (November 1887-March 1986) was a pioneering ‘Modernist.’ Her unique approach defied all the accepted norms of painting and gave a new definition to the ‘American Modern Art.’ Owing to her competence, American Art attained fame and recognition in creatively competent Europe. Flowers fascinated Georgia and they were her favorite subject […]

Can Venetian Blinds Fit Into Art Deco Design?

Art Deco and Venetian Blinds Art deco design possesses a certain glamorous allure which leaves no one indifferent. The innovative combination of the traditional and modern and the use of extravagant materials and decorative elements brings memories of the Roaring Twenties, rise of industrialism, social changes, artistic movements in Paris and the increasing need among […]

MF Hussain – Bare Feet, Naked Eyes

“He was barefooted, and many young students thought that he was a poor man who cannot buy a pair of shoes, as the tall, slim and bony structure with pointed nose and snow-white hair entered the corridors of the art institution situated at the Mall, Lahore Pakistan.” These were the words of Dr Rahat Naveed […]

The Art of Defence

Defence is an art that the best coaches in the world consider more important than any other aspect of the game. Covering positions, making timely tackles and even springing the offside trap well is key to stopping teams from scoring. After all, what good is a team that can’t defend a 2 or 3 goal […]

3 Key Points in The History of Anime

The history of anime begins at the start of the 20th century, when Japanese filmmakers experimented with the animation techniques that were being explored in France, Germany, the United States, and Russia. The oldest known anime is in 1907, a three second clip of a sailor boy. By the 1930s, animation became an alternative format […]

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