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How The Blockchain Could Change The Art Market 

The art market’s main challenges are attributed to its opaque and unregulated nature. However, by using blockchain technology to publicly record ownership and verification of authenticity of each piece of art, all of the key issues that the art market faces could effectively be alleviated. 55 more words


Supernatural 1.19 - "Provenance"

A portrait of a long-dead family is amazingly lifelike. Maybe that’s because one of the likenesses is alive – and lethal.

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Deana Winchester


All that belongs to the Father is mine; this is why I said, ‘The Spirit will tell you whatever he receives from me.’ In a little while you won’t see me anymore. 513 more words

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The book as a precious object

Bell, Book and Candle are symbolic objects in the term that describes an archaic form of excommunication, as well as being the title of a 1950s Broadway comedy, the book representing faith and learning. 1,914 more words

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Guest post: The Rees Family and the Cardiff Eisteddfod

This guest post comes from Vicky Shirley, a third-year PhD student in the School of English, Communication, and Philosophy. Her thesis examines the reception and re-writing of Geoffrey of Monmouth’s… 1,314 more words

Alison Harvey


Unfortunately I’ve been saying Hollyberry this whole time. But holy belly makes a lot more sense – and it’s not a bad name for a business built on the pursuit of excellent food with the mantra “It’s good because we care”. 277 more words


Conference: Collecting and Provenance: Usage, Authenticity and Ownership, 13-16 November 2016, Jerusalem

CONFERENCE: Collecting and Provenance: Usage, Authenticity and Ownership
Venue: The Israel Museum, Jerusalem
Date and Time: 13 – 16 November 2016
More information: http://www.collectinganddisplay.com/conferences.html

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