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“The first major North American retrospective of pop artist Tom Wesselmann opens at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Saturday, April 6 and runs through July 28… …The point of this exhibit is to … Continue reading First Major North American Retrospective of Pop Artist Tom Wesselmann
” One of the largest restoration projects in Europe is due to begin this August in the French capital. The Centre des Monuments Nationaux, the French body responsible for caring for … Continue reading 100 Million Euro Restoration of the Panthéon in Paris
“Archaeologists who have completed the excavation of a 900-seat arts center under one of Rome’s busiest roundabouts are calling it the most important Roman discovery in 80 years. The center built by the … Continue reading Hadrian’s Hall: The Most Important Roman Discovery in 80 Years
The Ministry of Culture in Beijing has rejected Warhol’s works based on Chinese ruler Mao Zedong essentially censoring part of the Warhol traveling show. “The show includes more than 300 paintings, photographs and films, … Continue reading Warhol’s Mao Portraits Banned from Beijing Exhibition
Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL)’s newest ship, the Norwegian Breakaway will be designed by pop artist Peter Max. The massive exterior hull will showcase Max’s design at roughly 40,000 square feet. … Continue reading Peter Max and Norwegian Cruise Line’s Norwegian Breakaway
‘La Gioconda’ better known as the Mona Lisa (painted by the iconic renaissance painter, Leonardo da Vinci at the dawn of the 16th century) has had many copies produced … Continue reading Earlier Version of the Mona Lisa Unveiled in Geneva
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln has unearthed a 1,600 square foot tile mosaic thought to have decorated a Roman pool in the ancient city of Antochia ad Cragum. Students of the university have … Continue reading Ancient Roman Poolside Mosaic discovered in Turkey
In the mid 1950’s Picasso created 50 or so Gemmaux paintings at the Malherbe Studio in France. This particular painting, found in the basement of the Evansville Museum of Arts, History, and Science … Continue reading Picasso’s “Seated Woman With Red Hat” found in Indiana Museum Basement