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Five Picassos went missing from the L.A. Times. What happened to them?

The downtown complex that has housed the Los Angeles Times for decades is filled with notable spaces: the pristine test kitchen, the bustling newsroom and the historic Globe Lobby with its 10-foot-high murals, busts of past publishers and hulking linotype machine.<p>Then there’s the community room, a …

Art

Giant, newly discovered dinosaur was literally a huge weirdo

You're standing in a lush forest 230 million years ago in what is now Argentina.<p>You're alone among the Triassic shrubbery. Suddenly, an …

Research

Composition Design for Landscape Painting Streaming Video

Details<p>Learn how to compose more than just a pretty picture—with these techniques you will be able to create paintings that speak to the viewer and …

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10 Reasons Why You Should Get Naked More Often

Are you usually punctual or late? Do you finish things within the time you stipulate? Do you hand in your reports/work on time? Are you able to …

The Weekender: 5 Things To Do July 13-15

<b>Cain Park Arts Festival</b> <br>Artists from across the country will land in Cleveland Heights this weekend for a juried fine arts and fine crafts festival. …

Comic Books

Is Hawaii's Kilauea volcano shooting green gems into the air?

<b>Update 6/15/18 at 4:30 p.m. EST:</b> Per the USGS: University of Hawaii at Hilo scientists, who are conducting chemical analysis of the lava, said the …

Earth Science

New Louvre Shows What’s More Important Than Art in an Art Museum

An immensely satisfying lunch for two costs around Rs 2,000 at the Louvre Abu Dhabi. The sandwich is scrumptious, the chocolate cake moist. And yes, …

Whimsical street art plays up pieces of public architecture (Video)

Living in a city for long periods of time may mean that our eyes become used to seeing the same old elements. Lamp posts, benches, walls and …

4 Art Exhibitions Worth Traveling For This Summer

Traveling is always a good idea; traveling to see priceless works of art is an even better one. From Frida to Pablo, these are four amazing exhibitions that will leave you feeling inspired this summer.<p><b>Frida Kahlo: Making Her Self Up</b> <br>Victoria and Albert Museum, London£15; www.vam.ac.uk<br>Never …

BACON : Spaces of the Mind II

<b>Date/Time</b><br>Date(s) - 08/09/2018<i><br>1:00 pm - 5:00 pm</i><p><b>Categories</b><p>Draw and create from immersive theatrical sets based on Francis Bacon’s incredible …

Our Beautiful Brains: How The Father Of Neuroscience Makes Synapses Look Like Modern Art

Support the news<p>Are our brains beautiful?<p>Not just figuratively, for what they can do, but literally — are the little cells in there, and the synapses …

Preview: Painter Emma Knight walks through the ATL at Brickworks Gallery

When Emma Knight‘s solo exhibition, <i>Walking the ATL</i>, opens at Brickworks Gallery just off the Atlanta BeltLine on June 2, the Virginia-based painter …

Ancient art shimmers on rocks

There is an old, clever saying —if the "earth" goes without "art", it would be only left with "eh".<p>This interesting coincidence implies a boring and …

Pablo Picasso’s Idiosyncratic Genius

A life in art.<p>Pablo Ruiz Picasso began being an artist at the age of prodigy—at about seven—and at seventy-five he remains the complete phenomenon he has been throughout the intervening years. The excesses of his artistic endowment, of his will, of his life appetites, and of his character appear to …

The 2018 Sony World Photography Awards

The Sony World Photography Awards, an annual competition hosted by the World Photography Organisation, just announced its shortlist of winners for 2018. This year's contest attracted nearly 320,000 entries from more than 200 countries. The organizers have again been kind enough to share some of …

Scientists unravel the mystery of the Roman 'gate to hell'

<b>(CNN) —</b> Two thousand years ago, ancient tourists flocked to a Greco-Roman temple in Hierapolis, modern-day Turkey, situated on top of a cave once purported to be the gateway to the underworld.<p>They watched in awe as animals, from birds to bulls, dropped dead at its entrance. The cave, named the …

Ancient History

National Gallery: Nepal

One of the world's poorest countries, for much of its history Nepal has been hidden from the world.<p>One of the latest chapters in Nepal’s history is …

Listening to Miles Davis and John Coltrane’s Final Tour

There’s a great story behind “Miles Davis and John Coltrane—The Final Tour,” the sixth volume in Sony’s “Bootleg Series” of live recordings by Davis (it comes out March 23rd), and that story makes itself heard in the music. In 1960, the trumpeter Miles Davis, along with his regular band, was booked …

Pop art politics: Activism of Keith Haring

Timed to coincide with what would have been the artist's 60th birthday on May 4, the "Keith Haring. The Alphabet" exhibition at Vienna's Albertina …

Andy warhol in manhole Andy, Edie Sedgwick and Chuck Wein by Burt Glinn on artnet

Past Auction<p>Burt Glinn• <i><br>Andy warhol in manhole (Andy, Edie Sedgwick and Chuck Wein)</i>, 1965<br>• 20 x 16 in. (50.8 x 40.6 cm.)<p>Artist:<p>(American, 1925–2008)<p>Title:<p>…

Silversea Plans to Debut Longer Ships

Pi Day Explained: How a Mathematician Cooked Up the Symbol for Pi

The story explaining how the mysterious and infinite number got its name.<p>One of the most important numbers in math might today be named after the …

Mathematics

The secrets of Girl with a Pearl Earring

A new research project at the Mauritshuis in The Hague hopes to unlock some of the mysteries that surround Vermeer’s masterpiece. Watch the video to find out more.<p>Very little is known about the 17th Century Dutch painter Johannes Vermeer – or his masterpiece, Girl with a Pearl Earring. Who is she? …

Art

Caruso St. John to Construct Public Piazza on the Roof of the British Pavilion for 2018 Venice Biennale

<i>As part of our 2018 Venice Architecture Biennale coverage we present the proposal for the</i> <b>British Pavilion</b><i>. Find the curator statement below.</i><p>The …

Why African Vernacular Architecture Is Overdue for a Renaissance

<i>This article was originally published on Common Edge as "Making a Case for the Renaissance of Traditional African Architecture."</i><p>Last September, …

Landmark Picasso show opens at Tate Modern

“The work that one does is a way of keeping a diary,” Pablo Picasso once said of his artistic practice. It seems fitting, therefore, that Tate Modern’s new exhibition should take a chronological approach to unveiling the man behind the myth. By inviting visitors to embark on a month-by-month …

Pablo Picasso

Entering Creative Space

Did you know that there are writers who write thousands of words a day, every day — and it’s not a big deal, not something to boast about, celebrate …

Animafest Zagreb Sets Slates for Shorts, Croatian, Student Competitions

Festival received more than 1,800 submissions from 76 countries for the festival, set for June 4-9 in Zagreb, Croatia.

Getting Climate Change Right: In Light Of The Stars

<i>Adam Frank is a co-founder of the 13.7 blog, an astrophysics professor at the University of Rochester and author of the upcoming book</i> <i>Light of the Stars: Alien Worlds and the Fate of the Earth</i><i>. His scientific studies are funded by the National Science Foundation, NASA and the Department of</i> …

Climate Change

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