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14 February 2019
Greek mythology and history is full of extraordinary power couples and tragic lovers.  Some are remembered for their long-lasting romances, while others are defined by their tragic downfalls, yet...
11 February 2019
The exhibition “Modern couples: art, intimacy and the Avant-garde” at Barbican Centre, explores the story of modern art through tumultuous affairs, scenes of jealousy, creative interaction and rivalry...
07 February 2019
The book “War of Art”  written by the American author Steven Pressfield, highlights the forms of resistance faced by artists, entrepreneurs, athletes, and others who are trying to break through creati...
04 February 2019
With pristine white buildings perched on rugged terrain overlooking the Aegean Sea, it’s practically impossible to find an angle of Santorini that isn’t photogenic. Tucked away at the southern tip of ...
31 January 2019
More than 2,500 years ago, long before medieval automata, and centuries before technology made self-moving devices possible, Greek mythology was exploring ideas about creating artificial life.Hephaest...
28 January 2019
The exhibition “Picasso Metamorfosi”, in Palazzo Reale, seed light to 200 items including archaeological discoveries and works by the artist, on the degree of influence exerted on Picasso’s creativity...
24 January 2019
Eccentric, scandalous, provocative, exuberant as ever, Jean Paul Gaultier is shaking up Paris once again by inventing a new kind of entertainment between a revue and a fashion show.From his childhood ...
21 January 2019
Archeologists from the Russian Academy of Sciences’ Institute of Archeology, have discovered a tower and walls that are part of a fortress that was built more than 2,000 years ago in Crimea when the r...
17 January 2019
A Greek merchant ship dating back more than 2,400 years has been found lying on its side off the Bulgarian coast, some 2,000 metres (1.2 miles) under the waters of the Black Sea.The  discovery has bee...
14 January 2019
He is one of the world’s most popular French philosophers and writers, known, among others, for the novel “Evil Angels”, adapted for silver screen by Roman Polanski, as well as for essays “Perpetual E...

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