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Nobel Prize In Medicine Awarded For New Discoveries On Cells And Oxygen | Inspiration

  On Monday, the Nobel Prize week officially started with the assignment of the Nobel prize in physiology or medicine to Americans scientists William Kaelin and Gregg Semenza, and British scientist Sir Peter Ratcliffe.   The prize was assigned for their discovery of how cells sense oxygen availability in the surroundings and how they respond to such conditions. The research[…]

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The Work Of Native American Artists In New York Highlighted In New Exhibition | Arts

  The new exhibition Urban Indian: Native New York Now reports over 30 years of artworks made by Native American artists in New York. The artworks are showing at the Museum of the City of New York until March 8, 2020, also to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the American Indian Community House (AICH), a non-profit community organization which represents Native Americans[…]

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Banksy Opens Homeware Store To Defend His Art From Being Sold | Arts

  A new Banksy store has mysteriously opened in Croydon this week. It is a different kind of shop, since it is possible to view the products inside, but is not possible to enter the store. All the store items will be sold online. The store called Gross Domestic Product: Where Art Irritates Life is just one of the many satirical[…]

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New ‘Road Through Kurdistan’ Exhibition In London To Display Rescued Art Of Kurdistan | Arts

  A new exhibition titled Road Through Kurdistan is to open at the P21 Gallery in London this week. The gallery has chosen to dedicate its space to tell the story of an eclectic group of international artists, who had to face a lot of challenges to protect their art from Isis and Saddam Hussein‘s regime. The artworks presented will describe the[…]

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New Exhibition Reveals Untold Stories Of Women Of The Pre-Raphaelite Art Movement | Arts

  The National Portrait Gallery will open its space to an exhibition dedicated to the Pre-Raphaelite Sisters on October 17. The forthcoming exhibition points out how this 19th-century art movement was not only led by men.   The gallery will open up to the style of artists such as Marie Spartali Stillman, Maria Zambaco, Joanna Wells, Evelyn De Morgan, Georgiana[…]

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