July 21, 2021

CyberLandscape

Мир, наполняемый творениями человеческого разума, иногда вступает в конфликт с самим человеком.

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Two Leading Spanish Academics Have Have Resigned From Barcelona’s MACBA in Protest of the Firing of Two Senior Curators

Barcelona’s Museum of Contemporary Art, MACBA, has been embroiled in a scandal after the museum unceremoniously fired two senior staff members, chief curator Tanya Barson and head of programming Pablo Martinez, as part of an organizational restructure. Barson, well-respected former Tate curator, and Martínez, another leading curator, have accused MACBA’s management of trying to wrest

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Tania Bruguera Among Artists Detained During Anti-Government Protests in Cuba

Amid growing protests across Cuba, state forces are cracking down on artists and anti-government demonstrators. An estimated 500 Cubans who were arrested during peaceful street protests last week face charges of inciting unrest. Last night, Tania Bruguera’s studio posted on its Facebook page that she had been taken in for questioning by government forces. Her

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Daniel Boyd

Kukje Gallery is pleased to present “Treasure Island,” a solo exhibition of the Australian contemporary artist Daniel Boyd on view from June 17 through August 1, 2021. The exhibition will be Boyd’s

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Art News

Australia’s Silo Murals Make a Road Trip an Art Odyssey

Silo art has turned the Australian outback into a vast outdoor gallery. Dotted across the country, the gigantic murals give those exploring the land an insight into the people who live there. Painted on old GrainCorp silos, this mural at Sheep Hills in western Victoria is a tribute to the traditional owners of the area.

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