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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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Manchester Art Gallery Adds New Female Self-Portraits To Reduce Gender Gap | Arts

  The Manchester Art Gallery is well known for its historical collections of international contemporary art that have always brought new perspectives and encouraged debates.  Particularly in this case, the choice to add new female self-portraits to reduce gender differences in the art field has focused attention on an important topic. Indeed, less than 10% of the permanent collections hosted were produced[…]

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Influential Photographer And Artist Robert Frank Dies Aged 94 | Arts

  Robert Frank, the influential artist who “changed the nature of photography” has died. The Swiss-born photographer was well-known for his peculiar style, always trying to challenge not only the rules of photography, but also the perception of his subjects, such as american society. His most relevant work was, in fact, the 1958 book titled The Americans, which consisted of just 83[…]

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‘Pretty Woman: The Musical’ Lands At London’s West End Next Year | Arts

  A musical of the classic rom-com Pretty Woman will make its West End debut next year.   Pretty Woman: The Musical will start its run on Valentine’s Day 2020 for 46 weeks at London’s Piccadilly Theatre.   It will feature original music and lyrics from Bryan Adams and Jim Vallance and the theatre script will come from Garry Marshall’s[…]

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British Playwright Peter Nichols Dies Aged 92 | Arts

  British playwright Peter Nichols has died aged 92.   The Bristol-born writer was best known for his plays A Day In The Death Of Joe Egg, Privates On Parade and The National Health.   A statement from his agent Alan Brodie said Nichols died on September 7.   “It is with great sadness that we announce the death of[…]

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