The poet and editor Michael Horovitz, who has died aged 86 after a fall, championed poetry as a vital and democratic force that needed liberating from the academic world and the printed page. His quest began in the late 1950s and when the British underground got under way in the mid-60s he was a mischievous
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Read Article Pharma and life sciences companies are governed by the global Health Authorities with stringent quality norms. With years spent on innovating new drugs the life sciences organisations, due to tight timelines, sufficient time may not be available for artwork design processes, which may result in an incompliant product presence. In such scenarios, a
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Lush, colorful and daring, each piece, each artistic phase tells a story – the signature style of artist Faith Ringgold. She is best known for her story quilts – a patchwork of images with a story written right onto the fabric. One, “Tar Beach” (1988), was adapted into a now-beloved, award-winning children’s book.  “Woman on
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If you were telling the history of photography through the Magnum agency you might compare Henri Cartier-Bresson’s famous pictures of families picnicking on the banks of the River Marne, taken in 1938, with this image by Harry Gruyaert, of families eating in the sunshine in Extremadura, Spain in 1998. Cartier-Bresson set the black-and-white documentary tone
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PUBLISHED July 11, 2021 KARACHI: Revolution or Bubble? We have heard this statement over and over again in the past one hunderd years or so and once again the question is to be answered about blockchain, cryptocurrency and digital assets (Non-Fungible Tokens – NFTs). Although I will try to provide insight on the topic during
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Martin De Ruyter/Stuff Students at Broadgreen Intermediate have installed artwork next to Poorman Valley Stream to celebrate the waterway near their school. Students and teachers Vicki Smith, left, Liv Chapman, Valentina Howie, Lily Harrison, Emma Wilson, Ella Carter, Ella Harley, Kimi Bochung and Jeana Packer. Schoolgirl Kaylee Douglas is proud to have created something long-lasting,
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London’s Groucho Club gets a facelift Transit Studio leads the makeover of London’s Groucho Club – its series of new, refurbished rooms are part of the Soho legend’s ongoing modernisation plans The Groucho Club is one of London’s most iconic members’ clubs; but established and beloved as it may be, its legendary Soho venue was
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Tacoma, WA – The Washington State History Museum’s annual exhibition of contemporary works by Native American artists makes a phenomenal return this summer. From July 15 through August 29, 2021, IN THE SPIRIT Contemporary Native Arts offers visitors a chance to see 37 works by 22 artists from the Pacific Northwest and beyond. Last year’s edition was limited to online viewing
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Bunicorn, an emerging AMM on Binance Smart Chain announces its readiness to integrate Chainlink’s Verifiable Random Function (VRF). This move should help secure its VBUNI NFT Collectibles bringing about adequate trust and security for holders who lock their yields in the time vesting liquidable NFTs. Bunicorn introduced a new NFT reward vesting model, which turns
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In the corner of a hospital ward in New York, at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, young Brisbane woman Visaya Hoffie was sitting in a wheelchair, coming to terms with the unthinkable curve ball that life had hurled her way.  Months earlier on January 1,  2020, the then 23-year-old fell from a subway platform at Manhattan’s 14th Street station into
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Espace 400e, in Quebec City, is hosting a selection of works this summer from Boston’s Museum of Bad Art (MOBA), which houses a collection of canvases found at flea markets or in trash cans. This exhibition aims to honor amateur art that is “too bad to ignore,” as one can read on the museum’s website.
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