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Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum FIU presents CARLOS ESTEVEZ: CELESTIAL TRAVELER TRANSVERSES TO OTHER REALMS and ART BASEL 2015
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Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum FIU presents CARLOS ESTEVEZ: CELESTIAL TRAVELER TRANSVERSES TO OTHER REALMS and ART BASEL 2015

On View Through January 3 and Art Basel Season “My obsession,” says Cuban artist Carlos Estevez, “is to peer into both worlds: the internal world of human nature and the invisible, spiritual universe that surrounds us.” Equal parts scientist, philosopher and visual alchemist, Carlos Estevez opens the doors to his […]

Ring of Fire: Procession by Marlon Griffith On August 9, 2015 at 12pm, Toronto will bear witness to one of the most extraordinary images of its cosmopolitan self at Art Gallery of York University Accolade East Building
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Ring of Fire: Procession by Marlon Griffith On August 9, 2015 at 12pm, Toronto will bear witness to one of the most extraordinary images of its cosmopolitan self at Art Gallery of York University Accolade East Building

On August 9, 2015 at 12pm, Toronto will bear witness to one of the most extraordinary images of its cosmopolitan self. This not-to-be-missed, 300-person-strong street procession by Marlon Griffith, punctuated by spoken word poetry by some of Toronto’s most promising “word-warriors,” weaves through the heart of Toronto’s downtown core along […]

The Jerusalem Season of Culture is on its way! July 27-September 4, 2015
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The Jerusalem Season of Culture is on its way! July 27-September 4, 2015

The In-House Festival presents original productions in the city’s most intriguing homes. Knock Knock—an intimate theatrical surprise for multiple participants in a hotel. The Under the Mountain Festival ascends the Temple Mount. Contact Point unleashes dozens of artists on the Israel Museum for one frenzied night of live, one-time-only artistic […]

Sculpture in the City  July 2015–May 2016  City of London, UK  www.cityoflondon.gov.uk/sculptureinthecity #sculptureinthecity
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Sculpture in the City July 2015–May 2016 City of London, UK www.cityoflondon.gov.uk/sculptureinthecity #sculptureinthecity

The City of London hosts a selection of contemporary art pieces placed in and around the Square Mile, the historic and financial centre of London, as part of its cultural offer through the fifth year of its Sculpture in the City programme. Sculpture in the City 2015 returns this summer […]

Artist Shirks Fame To Invent Tools That Allow Kids With Disabilities To Paint
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Artist Shirks Fame To Invent Tools That Allow Kids With Disabilities To Paint

Eleanor Goldberg Become a fan eleanor.goldberg@huffingtonpost.com When Madison was first diagnosed with spinal muscular atrophy, her doctor didn’t know a whole lot about the genetic condition. She flat-out told Madison’s fearful parents that their baby wouldn’t make it to her 2nd birthday. Seven years later, while the second-grader relies on […]

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Just like the previous versions in 2007 and 2011, the MDE15 aim develops outside of the Museo de Antioquia, in places called “host spaces.” These are alternative, self-funded spaces, led by young independent artists who promote new forms of production and art circulations, differing to the traditional. These host spaces […]