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Ohio Cartoonists

During the summer and early fall of 2003 The Ohio State University Cartoon Research Library featured the exhibition Ohio Cartoonists – A Bicentennial Celebration shown in the Philip Sills Exhibit Hall of the William Oxley Thompson Memorial Library, The Ohio … Continue reading

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Leonardo da Vinci: Experience, Experiment and Design

Last year, the Victoria and Albert Museum of London presented the exhibition Leonardo da Vinci: Experience, Experiment and Design. This exhibition is now closed, says the exhibition main page. However, some very interesting parts of it still on-line: exhibition themes, … Continue reading

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La photographie humaniste

From the Bibliothèque nationale de France La photographie humaniste (the Humanist Photography): 1945 -1968. The beginning of photojournalism in France in the 1930s, when the photography started to win more space in the press, the first press agencies and the … Continue reading

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The Book As Art

For me books are more than a way to discover incredible things, to get whole new world of culture. Books have a story, books make history, books left good memories to us. And the images… ah, I love books with … Continue reading

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Bound for Glory

The Guardian Unlimited Do not adjust your screen talks about the excellent exhibition Bound for Glory: America in Color, 1939-1943 from Library of Congress. Bound for Glory: America in Color is the first major exhibition of the little known color … Continue reading

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Godzilla Conquers the Globe

In 2004 The Donald Keene Center of Japanese Culture made a very interesting exhibition about Godzilla. Godzilla Conquers the Globe: Japanese Movie Monsters in International Film Art, has images of posters, lobby cards, theatre programs, press books, illustrations by Utagawa … Continue reading

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Art Craziest Nation Inventory

Art Craziest Nation Inventory is the on-line version of the past exhibition at Walker Art Gallery. The Little Artists (John Cake and Darren Neave) immortalize iconic artists and their artworks in un-manipulated Lego. The recreations include works of Warhol, Dali, … Continue reading

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Dodos in Pictures

The Finnish photographer Harri Kallio took shots of dodos in their lush natural habitat for his last book The Dodo and Mauritius Island: Imaginary Encounters, and since I can’t resist dodos, the book is now in my Amazon wish list. … Continue reading

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Not by Bread Alone

Not by Bread Alone: America’s Culinary Heritage explores the influences and inventions that have shaped American food habits over the past two hundred years. On-line exhibition highlights rare books, photographs, menus, and other early documents that trace the history of … Continue reading

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Karl Waldmann

If you live at Bruxelles here is a good option of activity: go to the Galerie Pascal Polar and visit the current exhibition Karl Waldmann & Constructivisme Russe. This German artist made more than 900 works dating from 1915 to … Continue reading

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