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"The Great Wave" print
A Scientist Painstakingly Establishes a Chronology for Over 100 Surviving Prints of ‘The Great Wave’
Capucine Korenberg commenced a search for all existing copies of "The Great Wave" in an effort to establish a chronology based on the specific characteristics of each impression.
"The Great Wave" print
A Scientist Painstakingly Establishes a Chronology for Over 100 Surviving Prints of ‘The Great Wave’
Capucine Korenberg commenced a search for all existing copies of "The Great Wave" in an effort to establish a chronology based on the specific characteristics of each impression.
an embossed aluminum helmet with ornate design
In ‘The Order of Things,’ Wim Delvoye’s Installations Reimagine a Museum’s Historical Collection
Wim Delvoye reimagines a museum's historical collection in "The Order of Things."
an installation of a glowing ornate tower in the center of a hall
In ‘The Order of Things,’ Wim Delvoye’s Installations Reimagine a Museum’s Historical Collection
Wim Delvoye reimagines a museum's historical collection in "The Order of Things."
an iteration of the iconic "Venus Italica," but the figure is missing horizontal segments of its body.
In ‘The Order of Things,’ Wim Delvoye’s Installations Reimagine a Museum’s Historical Collection
Wim Delvoye reimagines a museum's historical collection in "The Order of Things."
Remnants of Roman fresco walls. Pompeii, Photography, Fresco, Mythology, Art, Stunning, Mythical, Deities, Mythological Characters
2,000 Years Ago, Pompeiians Dined Amid the Splendor of These Newly Excavated Frescoes
New frescoes just dropped 👀
Three painted subjects talk as a dog rests on the ground between them. God Apollo, Roman Painting, Ancient Pompeii, Helen Of Troy, Pompeii Ruins, Romantic Nature, Greek Heroes, Rome Antique
2,000 Years Ago, Pompeiians Dined Amid the Splendor of These Newly Excavated Frescoes
New frescoes just dropped 👀
Remnants of Roman fresco walls
2,000 Years Ago, Pompeiians Dined Amid the Splendor of These Newly Excavated Frescoes
A collage of a club Fan, History, Documentaries, Leadership Roles, Social Capital, Social Behavior, The Incredibles, Previous Year, Trailer
A Forthcoming Documentary Examines How Civic Life in America Is a Matter of ‘Join or Die’
"Join or Die" is a forthcoming documentary that follows “the half-century story of America’s civic unraveling” through Robert Putnam’s work exploring the concept of social capital.
A man sits in an interview. Text in front of him reads, "This is Bob." Putnam, Century, America, Robert, Culture, Join
A Forthcoming Documentary Examines How Civic Life in America Is a Matter of ‘Join or Die’
"Join or Die" is a forthcoming documentary that follows “the half-century story of America’s civic unraveling” through Robert Putnam’s work exploring the concept of social capital.
A carousel of black and white images of clubs, with doodles drawn over in color.
A Forthcoming Documentary Examines How Civic Life in America Is a Matter of ‘Join or Die’
"Join or Die" is a forthcoming documentary that follows “the half-century story of America’s civic unraveling” through Robert Putnam’s work exploring the concept of social capital.
A reimagining of "The Last Supper" with Black scientists, activists, artists, and other prominent figures. Marcus Garvey, Joshua Reynolds, Arnolfini Portrait, Black Characters, School Of Athens, Robert Peary, Tribute, Tavares, Last Supper
Tavares Strachan Reimagines ‘The Last Supper’ in a Monumental Tribute to Black Historical Figures
An impressive life-size reimagining of “The Last Supper” replaces the Renaissance painting’s subjects with Black scientists, activists, artists, and other prominent figures.
A reimagining of "The Last Supper" with Black scientists, activists, artists, and other prominent figures. Design, Contemporary Art, Royal Academy Of Arts, Black Historical Figures, Contemporary Artists, Exhibition, Renaissance Paintings
Tavares Strachan Reimagines ‘The Last Supper’ in a Monumental Tribute to Black Historical Figures
An impressive life-size reimagining of “The Last Supper” replaces the Renaissance painting’s subjects with Black scientists, activists, artists, and other prominent figures.
A reimagining of "The Last Supper" with Black scientists, activists, artists, and other prominent figures. Leonardo Da Vinci, Installation Art
Tavares Strachan Reimagines ‘The Last Supper’ in a Monumental Tribute to Black Historical Figures
An impressive life-size reimagining of “The Last Supper” replaces the Renaissance painting’s subjects with Black scientists, activists, artists, and other prominent figures.
Copueno site, Upano Valley, Ecuador. A dug main street crosses the urban area, creating an axis along which complexes of rectangular platforms are arranged around low squares Prehistoric, Discovery, Metropolis, Worlds Largest, Ecuadorian, Cities, Visual
In the World’s Largest Rainforest, a Prehistoric Metropolis Emerges After More Than 2,500 Years
If someone were to ask you what you know about the history of the Amazon, what would you say? In a study recently published, Archaeologist Stéphen Rostain chronicles the astonishing discovery of a 2,500-year-old metropolis in the Ecuadorian rainforest, a “lost valley of cities.”