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The Bull in an open business arena

The statue of a bull in front of the New York Stock exchange has become very much a part of the building but it actually was not in the blueprint.  The Bull was originally installed in New York in 1989 without permission. It was designed to represent the “strength and power of the American people” […]

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Covid Collection is the new trend among art collectors!

During the peak of the pandemic when the world was locked in their homes, all of us got a breather from chasing the day to day life and taking a look at our passions and hobbies. We read new books, practiced our craft or just understood what we like to do in our free time. […]

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Williams sisters not just play it right but also have a keen eye for art

Serena Williams is considered as one of the best tennis players in the world and has shown us that with her dedication and focus, we can cultivate our strength to channel it in the right direction. Other than being an iconic sportswoman, Williams also has a fascination for collecting Art. In her palatial Miami home, […]

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Padma Shri Awards for the field of Art

Padma Shri is one of the highest Civilian Honours in the Republic of India. This means, over years and decades, if a person has excelled in his own field be it academics or arts or literature and also helped spread the knowledge in the community of all over the country, they get an honour for […]

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Check out this art market

We have always seen and talked about art in museums or galleries, haven’t we? But I recently heard about this beautiful initiative of artists selling art in a vegetable market! Art should be approachable and bring all stratas of society together. That is the point really… to make and sell affordable art. If you ever […]

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World’s oldest known cave painting found, is more than 45,000 years old!

Can you imagine the world 45,500 years ago? How the land structure must have been. What minerals the soil must have consisted of? What the humans must have looked like? Or even more, did Homo Sapiens even exist during those days!? Recently, Archaeologists have discovered the world’s oldest known cave painting: a life-sized picture of […]

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Where do the stolen paintings go?

We hear stories of museum paintings being stolen. They all seem mysterious and curious, but where do they really go after they’re stolen. Because if you see someone selling them, of course they will be questioned! That’s a dangerous path to tread. However, this is a multi billion dollar a year illicit industry. Everything from […]

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Can you find beauty in these ugly pictures?

An artist pretended to be a billionaire to infiltrate New York’s most elite apartments and take ‘ugly pictures of very fancy buildings’. Budapest-based Hungarian artist Andi Schmied, while in New York as part of a Triangle Arts Association residency,  made up a very clever story and some acting skills. Schmied gained access to some of […]

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Banksy’s new mural has a message about Covid

A new mural by Banksy has appeared on the side of a house in the southern UK city of Bristol. The piece shows a woman in a headscarf sneezing, with her dentures flying several feet out of her mouth and a graphic spray of saliva following them. She is doubled over by the force of […]

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Eight Indian kids feature in Rowling’s Ickabog

It has been lying in the attic of JK Rowling for more than 10 years. Finally, during the pandemic, the Harry Potter famed famous writer decided to wipe the dust off her children’s story book. And Ickabog saw the light of the day.  Over the period of a few weeks, the author released the whole […]