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Vadim Blaustein answers the most common questions you need to consider before buying artwork

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In this interview, Mr. Vadim Blaustein, partner at BlauStein Business Lawyers, a resident of Monaco and an experienced lawyer dealing with various kinds of transactions, answers the common questions that aspiring art collectors often ask when embarking on an art journey. How can you make sure the artwork is authentic? Vadim Blaustein: A Certificate of Authenticity created by the artist or expert help collectors prove the authenticity of a work of art as well as its quality. An authentic artwork is also usually accompanied by provenance an... Read More »

Visiting the museum with Volkswagen: free access to Hamburger Bahnhof in Berlin

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The Volkswagen Group deepens its cultural engagement and its collaboration with Nationalgalerie – Staatliche Museen zu Berlin with the introduction of “VOLKSWAGEN ART 4 ALL”, a new opportunity for people to explore the Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin free of charge. Further to the premiere on 5th April, the collection and exhibitions at Hamburger Bahnhof can be enjoyed during a free visit between 4 and 8 pm on the first Thursday of every month. The “VOLKSWAGEN ART 4 ALL” programme also includes guided tours in different langua... Read More »

Machine learning meets culture

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Art Palette From interior design to fashion, color plays a fundamental role in expression, communicating personality, mood and emotion. Art Palette lets you choose a color palette, and using a combination of computer vision algorithms, it matches artworks from cultural institutions from around the world with your selected hues. See how Van Gogh's Irises share a connection of color with a 16th century Iranian folio and Monet’s water lilies. You can also snap a photo of your outfit today or your home decor and can click through to learn about th... Read More »

Jewelry As Wearable Art In “Symbiosis”

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Alexandra Hart’s Solo Show Combines Metalsmithing With Biology. San Diego, CA - Sparks Gallery is pleased to present the opening of San Diego artist Alexandra Hart's solo show ("Alexandra Hart: symbiosis / A Solo Show") on September 30 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. The exhibition is a manifestation of the artist's interpretation of jewelry as wearable art, and will feature collaborative talks and demonstrations throughout the duration of the show. Alexandra Hart presents an original collection of works heavily informed by biology, the rich histor... Read More »

Former MA Legislator Kathleen Teahan Dishes on a Classic Treat in Her New Book, The Cookie Loved ‘Round the World

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Whitman, Mass.-based book tells the real story of how the chocolate chip cookie became a beloved icon during the Great Depression. Whitman, Mass. – A few simple ingredients were all it took to create the chocolate chip cookie, the quintessential American treat that not only took hold of the citizens of its birthplace, Whitman, Mass., but the rest of the country before deliciously expanding around the globe. In her new juvenile historical fiction book, The Cookie Loved ‘Round the World: The Story of the Chocolate Chip Cookie, Kathleen Teahan ... Read More »

Bob Siegel Earns Independent Press Award(R) Honor for The Dangerous Christmas Ornament

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Juvenile fiction book receives “Distinguished Favorite” 2017 recognition. San Diego – The juvenile fiction book by popular Christian author Bob Siegel –The Dangerous Christmas Ornament– is not only a delight to children and adults, but to industry experts on the Independent Press Awards selection committee as well. The whimsical story that combines non-stop adventure with morality has just earned the title “Distinguished Favorite” for 2017. The Dangerous Christmas Ornament is a story of 12-year-old Mike Owen, who receives a magical gift f... Read More »

Children’s Author Susie Rich Releases Much-Anticipated Comic Book

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Fans of Susie Rich have a new book to relish: Don't Underestimate Any Natural Elements: Extreme Weather. Be Prepared. The new comic book introduces readers to Duane, a green-caped superhero who rescues people from disasters. But that's not all. Duane's other mission is to educate and empower young readers with valuable knowledge about weather preparedness. In the book, as Duane battles extreme weather events, he shows readers how to prepare for these occurrences and what to do in case of emergencies. Beyond his superpowers, he aims to save l... Read More »

Tim Pelkey Publishes Debut Thriller, The Baljuna Covenant

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Science-driven novel attempts to unlock the secrets of 13th century Eurasia. ADA, Mich. - Pelkey's breakthrough novel is the story of archaeologist James Andrews's search for Genghis Khan's tomb. After discovering a bone on Burkhan Khaldun, Mongolia's holy mountain, Andrews and his colleague Abbey Conrad follow the strands of its DNA back in time. Past and present collide, revealing ancient truths along with a web of deception that tears Andrews's life apart and pushes the world to the brink of war. "I was fascinated by a study that detec... Read More »

Gen-Xer Confronts Midlife in Her New Cabaret Show

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Singer, Becca C. Kidwell, follows her dreams into the cabaret world with her new show "A Song & Its Girl" featuring music from the American Songbook, modern musical theatre, and popular music with Gretchen Reinhagen as her director and Tracy Stark as her musical director. New York, NY - Becca C. Kidwell sings of her Gen-X midlife exploration in her new cabaret act, "A Song & Its Girl" on Saturday, April 1, 2017 at 4:30pm at Don't Tell Mama. Following her first show, "Oh Fudge! I'm Forty!" at the Metropolitan Room, Becca returns to... Read More »

Country Music Singer Craig Campbell Champion for Americans with Disabilities

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Country music singer Craig Campbell has partnered with NTI to make PSAs about job services available to Americans with Disabilities, including Disabled Veterans. Using Campbell's 2016 county music hit "Outskirts of Heaven" as a background, the message conveyed is one of hope and freedom available to those with disabilities through job placement services offered by NTI. BOSTON, MA - National Telecommuting Institute (NTI) (http://www.nticentral.org) today announced their collaboration with popular country music singer Craig Campbell. NTI and C... Read More »

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