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  • Curator Spotlight/ Q and A: Caroline Haller
    June 22, 2022

    Curator Spotlight/ Q and A: Caroline Haller

      Caroline Haller is a North-Carolina based independent curator. Haller has an undergraduate degree in art history from Sweet Briar College and a graduate degree in art history from Lindenwood University. As a curatorial intern, Haller collaborated on several exhibitions...

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  • Donatello and Digital Art Cohabitate in Florence!
    May 27, 2022

    Donatello and Digital Art Cohabitate in Florence!

    Article written by Bianca Mafodda on May 27, 2022         I have had the pleasure of spending the past weekend in the beautiful city of Florence. The sun was shining, and the city was back to its pre-pandemic rhythm! Every time I...

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  • About MET Gala 2022
    May 20, 2022

    About MET Gala 2022

       Article written by Misha Capnist     Cover image: Getty Images     It's an annual event, even from my little Nowhere in Sicily, there is nothing in the world that would make me miss it.   The MET Gala...

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  • 7 NFT projects that you should start to follow
    May 3, 2022

    7 NFT projects that you should start to follow

    NFTs are flooding into the art world, and they are becoming incredibly popular. We are constantly exposed to this phenomenon. Recently, we are always hearing about cryptocurrency, metaverse, cryptoart, and blockchain. Some see NFTs as a revolution in the art...

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  • Bored Apes: A community-driven NFT project
    April 28, 2022

    Bored Apes: A community-driven NFT project

    Bored Ape Yacht Club, also known simply as Bored Ape, is a collection of 10,000 unique non-fungible tokens (NFTs) in the form of cartoon Apes living on the Ethereum Blockchain. These NFTs are generated by an algorithm which combines over...

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  • Queer Art. An Idea.
    January 4, 2022

    Queer Art. An Idea.

    As it was conceived in antiquity, art represents reality, its evolutions, the glories of nature, feelings, and emotions. As a representative of reality, art has often dealt with familiar scenes, mythological dramas, wonderful panoramas, has impressed (in canvas, marble or...

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