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International Culture

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Tracey Emin & Summer Of Women Video Artists

The Summer of Women at the Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum FIU culminates with the exhibition Resonance/Dissonance: Video Works by Women Artists featuring six prominent artists from the de la Cruz Collection: Tracey Emin (London), Susanne M.

British Museum Shortlisted World Interior 2016

INSIDE World Festival of Interiors, the leading global interior design and architecture awards programme, has today announced that a shortlist of 63 projects will compete to be crowned World Interior of the Year 2016.
 

The Best Arts and Crafts Event-Art In Action

Shock in the arts’ world normally revolves around works that are pushing the boundaries of decency, but this time around it is the demise of arguably the best and largest visual arts and crafts event on the calendar: Art In Action.  

Stand Up Comedy Bill Bailey Limboland Genius

Last night I watched agog as Bill Bailey performed his new live show, Limboland, at Glive (or “galive” as he calls it) in Guildford. The sheer raw talent, skill, energy and technique was quite awe inspiring.

Marané Luxury Swim Shorts

Marané is dedicated to connecting its wearer with the water and the surrounding natural world, through painstaking attention to detail, high quality construction, and an incomparable cut.

Marane Luxury Swimshorts: A Dream Of Style & Freedom

Uruguay’s Punta del Este is a stunning, multi-faceted city with glorious beaches, elegant seaside homes and plush yachts. It is often likened to the Hamptons or St Tropez, a place for the glamorous and famous to party, where hotel rooms in the high season can cost upwards of $1000 per night.

Queen Of Icelandic Crime 'Noir' Yrsa Comes To London

It’s perhaps ironic that with Iceland having one of the lowest murder rates in the world, the local population is lapping up crime fiction by Icelandic and foreign novelists in the murder mystery genre. You just have to compare homicides in Reykjavik to Caracas.

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