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Ai Weiwei Stages Guerrilla Protest In Munich Museum In Support Of Workers’ Rights | Politics

  Chinese contemporary artist and activist Ai Weiwei is well known, not only for his artworks but also for his political actions, for which he has been also arrested. The last political action in which he decided to involve himself was in Munich, at the Haus der Kunst. Ai reportedly criticized the museum’s management for buying expensive works of art “while[…]

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The V&A Announces ‘Tim Walker: Wonderful Things’ Exhibition | Arts

  It’s much more than a retrospective. The British photographer Tim Walker has delivered an entirely new body of works for his largest exhibition at the Victoria & Albert Museum.   Titled Wonderful Things, it’s the result of a Walker’s year exploration and research at the Victoria & Albert Museum .   He also met curators and conservators and visited[…]

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Artwork Depicting MPs As Chimpanzees Might Be The Most Expensive Banksy Ever Sold | Arts

  The most discussed anonymous artist Banksy has put up the painting Devolved Parliament for auction. The value of this work of art is impossible to define, but according to the auctioneer Sotheby’s, it could reach more than £1.5 million.   Banksy is well known for his political-themed artworks and for the powerful meaning they have: Devolved Parliament was painted[…]

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London Tattoo Convention Returns For 15th Anniversary Edition This Month | Arts

  This is more than just a tattoo show. The London Tattoo Convention (LTC) come back for its 15th anniversary edition later this month.   It’s the UK’s biggest tattoo show and it reunites the globe’s 400 most influential tattoo artists for an international competition.   This year, the prestigious tattoo competitions include world-renowned guest judges as Mark Mahoney. he[…]

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New Exhibition ‘No Photos On The Dance Floor!’ Explores Berlin Club History | Arts

  A new exhibition titled No Photos On The Dance Floor!, which explores Berlin Club history is coming to Gallery C/O in Berlin this month. The project, curated by Felix and Heiko Hoffmann, focuses on the Berlin club scene, covering an history period of 30 years. The exhibition will be available from September 13 through November 30.   As the[…]

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