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At the Bottom of an Ocean of Air

I’m excited to invite you to a new installation in Contemporary Art Tasmania’s project space.

“Noi viviamo sommersi nel fondo d’un pelago d’aria”
“We live submerged at the bottom of an ocean of air” 107 more words


Channing Tatum Walks His First Red Carpet Since Split from Jenna Dewan

Channing Tatum looked relaxed during his first red carpet appearance since announcing his separation from Jenna Dewan after nearly nine years of marriage.

The 37-year-old actor stepped out on Tuesday to attend to promote his new film,  507 more words


Latifa Echakhch at NMNM

Latifa Echakhch : Le Jardin Mécanique

Latifa Echakhch presents a new installation conceived specifically for the Nouveau Musée National de Monaco – Villa Sauber. Curated by Célia Bernasconi, the exhibition combines references to the development of modern Monte-Carlo – such as the construction of the Opéra Garnier and the luxuriant gardens of exotic plants – with the artist’s own impressions and childhood memories. 256 more words


How Jenna Dewan, Justin Theroux & More Celebs Returned to Social Media After Announcing Their High-Profile Splits

While we mortals have the luxury of laying low after experiencing a particularly brutal breakup, most celebs don’t — especially if they boast a huge social media following. 1,011 more words


The Great British Seaside

The Great British Seaside

Today I went to the Maritime Museum at Greenwich to see the latest photo exhibition The Great British Seaside. This hasn’t been my type of subject but I was still looking forward to looking at how this subject was viewed. 750 more words

Location Photography

Exhibition at Parques de Sintra organized by a Lxc MA student

The exhibition “Significação. Outras Margens do Jardim” was organized and produced by the Lisbon Consortium Master student Ricardo Escarduça, with the coordination of Maria de Carvalho, during his internship at the Lxc partner Parques de Sintra-Monte da Lua. 45 more words

Student Led Activities

Back to Ireland - 5 April 18 June 2018  

Tuesday 24 April 2018

Two and a half weeks into the trip and it’s still wet and miserable. Summer happened last Saturday. The sun came out. 171 more words