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Photographing the Shiny, Kitsch Interiors of Italian Ferry Boats (2018)


Photographing the Shiny, Kitsch Interiors of Italian Ferry Boats | AnOther, 9 May 2018
Allegra Martin is fascinated by the idea that ferries are “places suspended in time and space”, and has been photographing on board for almost a decade… 180 more words

Art And Illustration

René Magritte Exhibition Now Open at SFMOMA

You may not recognized the name, but you’re certainly familiar with his work.

René Magritte (1898–1967) was one of the most intriguing painters associated with Surrealism, but he did not fully find his voice until after breaking ties with the movement. 135 more words

San Francisco

Artists' joy at RBSA election, and new works for our Permanent Collection

Every year the RBSA selects artists to rise through the ranks of membership, and each submits a diploma work to be held by the Society. 438 more words

Exhibitions

The Persistence of the Future: Architectural Style in the Age of Algorithmic Governmentality

I’m giving a talk titled ‘The Persistence of the Future: Architectural Style in the Age of Algorithmic Governmentality’ at the Conference ‘High Tech Reassessed’ at the Sainsbury Centre for the Visual Arts, Saturday 9th June. 169 more words

Lectures

Museum of Yves Saint Laurent

Paris is a fashionable gathering place and a place where many luxury brands are born. If you are a fashion lover , come to Paris! Every day, new fashions are born here . 296 more words

Fashion

'Lifting the Lid' - 400 years of food and drink in Scotland

Lifting the Lid,’ the National Library of Scotland’s touring display, opens at Ayr’s Carnegie Library on Monday 11 June 2018.

This free display tells the story of food and drink in Scotland. 72 more words

Exhibitions

The genetic lottery: self-destruction or survival?

As one of the many scientists who contributed to our Settlers exhibition, geneticist Dr Calliope Dendrou from the Wellcome Centre for Human Genetics ran a Spotlight talk as part of the exhibition’s event  433 more words

Exhibitions