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A hoard of golden treasure has been found inside a vintage piano in England, and the British Museum is now heading a search for the origins of the mysterious cache, known as the “piano hoard.” Coroners in Shropshire, a county in West Midlands near Birmingham, are asking anyone with information of who originally hid the … Continue reading "British Museum to Solve Mystery of Golden Treasure Found in Piano"
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From Herbert Bayer to Jean Cocteau, a brilliant new book reveals the festive correspondence of some of modern art’s greatest pioneers   Nothing beats a handmade Christmas card, except perhaps one made by a world renowned artist. And few people received as many of these as Monroe Wheeler, director of exhibitions and publications at the … Continue reading "Amazing Artists’ Christmas Cards"
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We have two popular historians to blame for our profound misunderstanding of young people’s lifestyle choices.   August 30, 2016 If you have read anything about young people in recent years, you could be forgiven for believing that we are living through a cultural revolution, unprecedented in its destructiveness and self-regard. Millennials don’t just … Continue reading "The Myth of the Millennial as Cultural Rebel"
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There’s a chill in the air, but things are about to heat up in Bushwick, which hosts the first October edition of its annual Bushwick Open Studios art bash this weekend.   Now in it’s tenth edition, BOS has moved from June to October in an effort to put the focus back on one-on-one interactions … Continue reading "10 Must-See Events and Artworks at Bushwick Open Studios"
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