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The 10 most popular trees worldwide

No living thing lives forever in this world. Like trees they can become hundreds of years old, but eventually they wither and die. Unfortunately some famous trees were lost because of humanity. The L & #; Arbre du Tenere, the loneliest tree in the Sahara, was damaged and knocked down in 1973 by a Libyan drunk driver with his truck. …

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Christi Belcourt | Wide Walls

15th June 2019 A graduate of philosophy who is interested in critical theory, politics and art. Alias ​​of Jelena Martinović. Over the centuries, indigenous women have used art as a base to continue their traditional crafts and stories over the centuries. They have worked in various artistic disciplines and continued this practice until today. In the current exhibition in the …

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Andrea Carlson | Wide Walls

15th June 2019 A graduate of philosophy who is interested in critical theory, politics and art. Alias ​​of Jelena Martinović. Over the centuries, indigenous women have used art as a base to continue their traditional crafts and stories over the centuries. They have worked in various artistic disciplines and continued this practice until today. In the current exhibition in the …

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Elizabeth Hickox | Wide Walls

15th June 2019 A graduate of philosophy who is interested in critical theory, politics and art. Alias ​​of Jelena Martinović. Over the centuries, indigenous women have used art as a base to continue their traditional crafts and stories over the centuries. They have worked in various artistic disciplines and continued this practice until today. In the current exhibition in the …

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Lucy Martin Lewis | Wide Walls

15th June 2019 A graduate of philosophy who is interested in critical theory, politics and art. Alias ​​of Jelena Martinović. Over the centuries, indigenous women have used art as a base to continue their traditional crafts and stories over the centuries. They have worked in various artistic disciplines and continued this practice until today. In the current exhibition in the …

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Jamie Okuma | Wide Walls

15th June 2019 A graduate of philosophy who is interested in critical theory, politics and art. Alias ​​of Jelena Martinović. Over the centuries, indigenous women have used art as a base to continue their traditional crafts and stories over the centuries. They have worked in various artistic disciplines and continued this practice until today. In the current exhibition in the …

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Ramona Sakiesteva | Wide Walls

15th June 2019 A graduate of philosophy who is interested in critical theory, politics and art. Alias ​​of Jelena Martinović. Over the centuries, indigenous women have used art as a base to continue their traditional crafts and stories over the centuries. They have worked in various artistic disciplines and continued this practice until today. In the current exhibition in the …

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Rose B. Simpson | Wide Walls

15th June 2019 A graduate of philosophy who is interested in critical theory, politics and art. Alias ​​of Jelena Martinović. Over the centuries, indigenous women have used art as a base to continue their traditional crafts and stories over the centuries. They have worked in various artistic disciplines and continued this practice until today. In the current exhibition in the …

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Kay Walking Stick | Wide Walls

15th June 2019 A graduate of philosophy who is interested in critical theory, politics and art. Alias ​​of Jelena Martinović. Over the centuries, indigenous women have used art as a base to continue their traditional crafts and stories over the centuries. They have worked in various artistic disciplines and continued this practice until today. In the current exhibition in the …

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Rebecca Belmore | Wide Walls

15th June 2019 A graduate of philosophy who is interested in critical theory, politics and art. Alias ​​of Jelena Martinović. Over the centuries, indigenous women have used art as a base to continue their traditional crafts and stories over the centuries. They have worked in various artistic disciplines and continued this practice until today. In the current exhibition in the …

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