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How humans destroyed these priceless works of art

Critics can destroy the careers of artists, but leave it to the clumsy and enraged to destroy the actual works.

Earlier this month, a man was arrested after allegedly destroying $5 million of artifacts at the Dallas Museum of Art because he was angry at his girlfriend.

But just as shocking are those who mean no harm to the world’s cultural works. Last week, the Marilyn Monroe Collection Instagram account posted photos alleging to show how the dress Monroe wore to sing “Happy Birthday Mr. President” in 1962 to John F. Kennedy was damaged when Kim Kardashian wore it to the 2022 Met Gala.

The photos purport to show the dress missing some crystals and with others “hanging by a thread.”

Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Museum in Orlando, which owns the dress — said to be worth more than $10 million — disputed this, saying the dress was not

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She Is Starting A Community Clay Studio | Jordyn Brummett | Episode 845

Jordyn Brummett | Episode 845

Jordyn Brummett is a wife, mom, and ceramic artist dwelling in Huntsville, Alabama. Jordyn has a BFA in Art Training with an emphasis in ceramics. She results in out of the overflow of the healing and rest Jordyn gets from her artwork follow which has led her to open The Vessel – a community ceramics studio.

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You have an presenting of pottery lessons in your bio. It would seem like everyone, any degree is welcome. Do you feel like that is the open doorway for bringing persons into the studio?

Yeah, so form of the vision is we want to have actually available choices for people so we are likely to have

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Great outdoor art to see this summer

Strange animals roam the City of London 

Sculpture In The City, London

The Granary by Jesse Pollock, in Cunard Place, Leadenhall
The Granary by Jesse Pollock, in Cunard Place, Leadenhall © Jesse Pollock. Photograph by Nick Turpin

This annual exhibition uses the urban landscape of the Square Mile as a rotating, evolving gallery space, running from Liverpool Street’s Bishopsgate to Fenchurch Street Station Plaza. For its 11th edition, work from 19 artists will be spotlighted. Kicking off proceedings is Jocelyn McGregor’s Earthing, now on display at Aldgate Square, a tactile piece featuring hybrid creatures such as giant snail shells with human limbs or cross-legged snakes.

Until spring 2023

Oslo’s ridgetop wonder 

Ekeberg Park, Oslo, Norway

Ganzfeld: Double Vision by James Turrell at Ekeberg Park
Ganzfeld: Double Vision by James Turrell at Ekeberg Park © Florian Holzher

The spot where Edvard Munch allegedly found his inspiration for The Scream, nestled in woodland overlooking east Oslo, Ekeberg Park offers staggering views of the city alongside a vast collection

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Juxtapoz Magazine – Five Points Fest Is Back

Five Factors Fest is again! The greatest curated designer toy, indie comedian, craft beer, kaiju & sofubi, road artwork and stay painting festival, is excited to announce its much-expected return for 2022! The antidote to the typical con, 5 Points Fest brings jointly style-makers, misfits, and rebels into a a person-of-a-sort marketplace. Five Factors Fest will acquire area at Brooklyn’s Zero Place on June 25th and 26th, and get your tickets in this article! 

This yrs company include things like Ron English, Tara McPherson, Toki Doki, The Daniel Johnston Estate, James Groman, Marusan Toys, Mumbot, Czee13, ChrisRWK and Quiccs!

So… what are you ready for? Grab your tickets now!!!

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