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VILNIUS’ CONTEMPORARY ART GALLERIES / LITHUANIA

A reading room and cinema, encouraging dialogue between art, film and other media, can also be found at the center. The Contemporary Art Centre in Vilnius – Vokieciu st. 2, Vilnius – known locally as Šiuolaikinio Meno Centras, is one of the leading art institutions in the Baltic region. Its focus is on displaying the latest international trends by organizing ...

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BLUEBERRY HILL RESTAURANT & MUSIC CLUB – 6504 Delmar in The Loop, St. Louis / Missouri

Everyone loves to travel, but not everyone loves to travel the same way. All you have to do is have the time in your life. Meeting Benches. The way to make the world a better place is easy. Choose a bench, where you can publish what you have painted or written, a review of a book that you’ve read, or ...

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LYRIC OPERA AND ROMANCE – Giuseppe Verdi, the pride of a farmer, on the stages of the world

He was born in Roncole of Busseto, near Parma, on a day in October of 1813, and would become the author of many dramas, which are part of the repertoire of theaters worldwide. Giuseppe Verdi is a composer always looking for new players, which inspire their works, also attending Paris (the artistic capital of Europe in those years). His operas ...

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ROSSINI OPERA FESTIVAL / PESARO – near the beach and surrounded by lively musical notes, but only until 20 August

Everyone loves to travel, but not everyone loves to travel the same way. All you have to do is have the time in your life. Meeting Benches. The way to make the world a better place is easy. Choose a bench, where you can publish what you have painted or written, a review of a book that you’ve read, or ...

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VENUS IS BACK AT HOME – Until December 18, 2016, the Venus of Titian waiting in Urbino

The Venus of Urbino is a famous painting by Titian, and momentarily back to its home, in the rooms of the Palazzo Ducale in Urbino. Visiting Urbino, the chance to see this work in its original context, it gives you what no other book or audio-visual support is able to give. In 1736, this painting was included in the heritage ...

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AUTHOR’S SUGGESTIONS IN SICILY – In ancient Greek amphitheater in Taormina and Tindari, to listen to the distant Mediterranean suggestions

Everyone loves to travel, but not everyone loves to travel the same way. All you have to do is have the time in your life. Meeting Benches. The way to make the world a better place is easy. Choose a bench, where you can publish what you have painted or written, a review of a book that you’ve read, or ...

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SANTA MONICA ART EXHIBITIONS – Bergamot Station

Bergamot is a flower of the mint family that once flourished in the area. Bergamot Station? It is the historical name for the site on which the gallery complex is located, dating back to 1875, when it was a stop for the Red Line trolley running from Los Angeles to the Santa Monica Pier. http://bergamotstation.com/ When the trolley cars stopped ...

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VENETIAN RENAISSANCE PAINTING, FROM THE GALLERIE DELL’ACCADEMIA

Fifty wonders of artistic creativity (born between 1450 and il1630). There Titian, Bellini and portraits by Tintoretto (but also visitation of Carpaccio). The valuable collection of the exhibition ‘Venetian Renaissance Paintings from the Accademia Gallery’, is in Japan. Until October 10 at the National Art Center in Tokyo (from October 22 to January 15 at the National Museum of Art ...

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TWO SISTERS WITH THE NAME OF VENUS – Royal Museums of Turin: Venus meets Venus

Different and equal, the two Venus are reflected into one another, in a unique exhibition. The two works of art have traveled a lot together in the last few months. At the end of the exhibition (opening hours from Tuesday to Sunday (from 9.00 to 19.00 / Thursday extended opening hours until 22.00), one of them will stay in Turin, ...

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MASTERPIECES OF ART IN THE CENTURIES / MADRID – Museo del Prado: Maja Desnuda and Maja Vestida, by Francisco Goya

He was born on 1746 in Fuendetodos, Spain. He began his art studies as a teenager (and even spent time in Rome, Italy, to advance his skills). In 1770s, he began to work for Spanish royal court and – in addition to his – commissioned portraits of the nobility, creating works that criticized his era. At first, Goya learned by ...

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