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MoMA | Wide walls

The first museum dedicated to modernism, The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York is celebrated by its rich and diverse collection of modern and contemporary art from innovative European painting and sculpture from the 1880s to today's film, design and performance art. Today, the collection includes almost 200,000 paintings, sculptures, drawings, prints, photographs, architectural models and drawings, as …

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The J. Paul Getty Museum

The J. Paul Getty Museum at the Getty Center shows works of art from the 8th to the 21st centuries, including European paintings, drawings, sculptures, illuminated manuscripts, decorative art, and European, Asian art. and American photographs. In her Google Arts & Culture presentation, you can search a selection of works by Felice Beato as well as works such as Walker …

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Supriya Polley | Wide walls

23. March 2020 A philosophy student interested in critical theory, politics and art. Alias ​​by Jelena Martinović. In the late 1940s Indian artists turned to international modernism – especially Picasso, Kandinsky and Klee – to forge a new language, freed from imperialist influences. First they were bought by their Indian colleagues and then by European collectors. Even today, buyers of …

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Subir Dey | Wide walls

23. March 2020 A philosophy student interested in critical theory, politics and art. Alias ​​by Jelena Martinović. In the late 1940s Indian artists turned to international modernism – especially Picasso, Kandinsky and Klee – to forge a new language, freed from imperialist influences. First they were bought by their Indian colleagues and then by European collectors. Even today, buyers of …

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Soumya K. Chakraborty | Wide walls

23. March 2020 A philosophy student interested in critical theory, politics and art. Alias ​​by Jelena Martinović. In the late 1940s Indian artists turned to international modernism – especially Picasso, Kandinsky and Klee – to forge a new language, freed from imperialist influences. First they were bought by their Indian colleagues and then by European collectors. Even today, buyers of …

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Shan Re | Wide walls

23. March 2020 A philosophy student interested in critical theory, politics and art. Alias ​​by Jelena Martinović. In the late 1940s Indian artists turned to international modernism – especially Picasso, Kandinsky and Klee – to forge a new language, freed from imperialist influences. First they were bought by their Indian colleagues and then by European collectors. Even today, buyers of …

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Abhijit Paul | Wide walls

23. March 2020 A philosophy student interested in critical theory, politics and art. Alias ​​by Jelena Martinović. In the late 1940s Indian artists turned to international modernism – especially Picasso, Kandinsky and Klee – to forge a new language, freed from imperialist influences. First they were bought by their Indian colleagues and then by European collectors. Even today, buyers of …

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5 established Indian artists for your radar

23. March 2020 A philosophy student interested in critical theory, politics and art. Alias ​​by Jelena Martinović. In the late 1940s Indian artists turned to international modernism – especially Picasso, Kandinsky and Klee – to forge a new language, freed from imperialist influences. First they were bought by their Indian colleagues and then by European collectors. Even today, buyers of …

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10 Deadliest Diseases in the World

People are susceptible to various types of diseases daily, depending on their lifestyle and other important factors. Unfortunately, some diseases are more deadly than others. Listed below are the 10 deadliest diseases in the world that have been classified by the World Health Organization (WHO). 1. Coronary Heart Disease (CAD) Blood vessels supply our heart. If the main vessels are …

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Alexander Rees – Spring in Riverdale

20. March 2020 Balasz Takac is a pseudonym of Vladimir Bjelicic, who is actively involved in art criticism, curatorial and artistic practice, the most popular season of many people . It is always welcomed with great joy, as it marks the awakening of nature after a long winter and brings cheerful colors with blooming landscapes. Although times are difficult worldwide …

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