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Myers Fine Art to host Feb. 17 auction of 20th century decorative arts

Pair of Finn Juhl NV 53 teak lounge chairs, original wool upholstery and horsehair stuffing, signed and branded with manufacturer’s mark to underside of each chair. Estimate $8,000-$12,000 the pair.

ST. PETERSBURG, FLA.- For more than 30 years, Myers Fine Art has welcomed its loyal clientele to white-glove specialty auctions of art and antiques in a landmark Art Deco building in St. Petersburg’s arts district. One of Myers’ most popular events is its annual 20th Century Decorative Arts Auction, which draws design aficionados and private collectors from all over the world. Co-owners Mike Myers and Mary Dowd have just announced details of the 2019 edition of their 20th Century sale, which will take place on Sunday, February 17, with all forms of remote bidding available, including live via the Internet. The 600-lot auction showcases a number of important artworks, led by a premier 1956 oil painting by Mikulas Medek (Czech Republic, 1926-1974). Medek’s thought-provoking surrealistic works were banned by the Communist regime, which considered them too radical, but through non-public exhibitions, they served to inspire the generation o ... More

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Dulwich Picture Gallery opens the first major UK show of the work of Harald Sohlberg   Eli Wilner & Company reframes Thomas Cole's Genesee Scenery for the RISD Museum   Historical poster returns to Rotterdam


Harald Sohlberg, Street in Rřros, 1902, The National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, Norway.

LONDON.- Dulwich Picture Gallery presents the first major UK show of the work of Harald Sohlberg (1869–1935), one of the greatest masters of landscape painting in the history of Norwegian art. Timed to coincide with the 150th anniversary of Sohlberg’s birth, it brings together over 90 works, including archive material, to reveal the importance of colour and symbolism in his art as well as his unwavering passion for the Nordic landscape. Harald Sohlberg: Painting Norway has been arranged chronologically, tracing the breadth of Sohlberg’s artistic career, from his earliest production as a twenty-year-old in 1889 through to the last year of his life, and reveals influences such as Norwegian Naturalism and Neo-romanticism. It showcases his most accomplished works including the atmospheric Fisherman’s Cottage (1906) on loan from the Art Institute of Chicago, and arguably his most ambitious work, widely conside ... More
 

A master artisan in the Eli Wilner & Company studio gilds rows of beads that will later be applied to a replica of an 1870 American picture frame.

NEW YORK, NY.- In December of 2018, Eli Wilner & Company reframed an important painting by Thomas Cole in the collection of the​ Rhode Island School of Design’s Museum of Art. In early 2019, upon installing the artwork into the frame and returning it to the gallery, the RISD Curator of Painting and Sculpture, Maureen O’Brien, stated: “​I cannot begin to describe the way in which the Wilner frame has transformed Thomas Cole's Genesee Scenery...It is as if we had rediscovered a major American painting that had been hiding in plain sight in the collection. It is now monumental in its presentation -- every aspect of the frame enhances and honors the art and the landscape." Thomas Cole’s “Genesee Scenery (Mountain Landscape with Waterfall)”, 1847, 51 ˝ x 39 Ľ inches, is one of the most import​ant American paintings in the museum’s collection. Prior to this reframing ... More
 

A.M. Cassandre (1901 - 1968), Statendam poster.

ROTTERDAM.- At a recent specialized poster auction, the Droom en Daad Foundation managed to get its hands on the world-famous Statendam poster. The French designer, A.M. Cassandre (1901 - 1968), is regarded as the leading poster artist of the twentieth century. Originally from Cassandre (pseudonym for Adolphe Jean-Marie Mouron), he studied painting at the École des Beaux Arts in Paris. His designs for the railways, shipping companies and luxury drinks from the period 1923 - 1936 have become the icon of the Art Déco. Cassandre worked between 1927 and 1931 for Dutch clients with Oranjeboom, Droste, Gazelle, Philips and Van Nelle. The Rotterdam advertising agency Nijgh & Van Ditmar introduced Cassandre in the Netherlands. Here his designs were immediately appreciated. It was in the Netherlands where Cassandre was honored in 1932 in De Lakenhal in Leiden with a first oeuvre exhibition. With his exhibition ... More



Phillips announces highlights from the first New York auction of 2019   Drawings Week at Christie's France to include works from the collection of Jean Bonna   PROYECTOSMONCLOVA opens 'Helen Escobedo: The Potential of Sculpture'


Awol Erizku, Tell Me The Price, 2017. Estimate: $12,000-18,000 © Awol Erizku.

NEW YORK, NY.- Phillips announced highlights from the New Now sale on 27 February, the company’s first New York auction of 2019. The sale will feature over 170 works of art that span decades of artistic creativity. Among the artists being offered in the auction are Mary Weatherford, Jenny Holzer, Kehinde Wiley, Andy Warhol, and Sam Gilliam, among others. “Phillips’ New Now auctions have become a staple of the auction season, with collectors all over the globe eager to acquire works by both established and emerging artists alike,” said Samuel Mansour, Head of New Now Sales, New York. “This season, we are thrilled to have the opportunity to present an exceptional group of works, with some examples that are are solidly and deservedly established within in the art historical canon, such as Jenny Holzer’s Truisms and Andy Warhol’s Toy Paintings, as well some that serve as a new and exciting opportunity ... More
 

Jean-Baptiste Greuze, La Petite boudeuse. Estimate: €70.000-100.000. © Christie's Images Ltd 2019.

PARIS.- Over 300 drawings will be offered at Christie’s during the Drawing Week on 27 and 28 March including a remarkable selection of works coming from the famed collection of Jean Bonna and covering 500 years of European art history. This selection, composed of nearly 100 works, exhibited in part at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris in 2006-2007 and at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York in 2009, will be sold at Christie’s over several auctions. In Paris in March, then in London in July during the Master Week and finally in New York in January 2020. This bibliophile, drawings collector and patron who was born in 1945 in a family of bankers first started a collection of French literature before discovering a true passion for the graphic arts. Numerous prints are present in his collection as well as a wide-ranging ensemble of old master and modern drawings among which the first - a Hubert Robert - was purchased in 1985. In ... More
 

Helen Escobedo, Eclipse, from the series Muros Dinámicos, 1968. Lacquered wood Dimensions: 79.13 x 29.92 x 28.74 in. 201 x 76 x 73 cm. Courtesy of The Estate of Helen Escobedo and PROYECTOSMONCLOVA. Photo: Ramiro Chaves.

MEXICO CITY.- The drawings and models that Escobedo conceived over several decades, particularly during the seventies, revealed her experimental capacity and her intelligence to transform the conventions of an artistic process. This becomes evident in her series of photomontages (a project in collaboration with the photographer Paolo Gori) and three-dimensional collages in which her sculptural proposals appear inserted into an urban - or natural environment, places where she would have liked to imagine her interventions. In Helen’s own words: "If until now my research has led me to propose sculptural solutions within a specific environment, of which 10 percent succeeded in executed works and 90 percent exist as models, implying an in-depth investigation, (...) today they ... More


New Museum opens the first New York survey by Nari Ward   James Cohan now represents Teresa Margolles   Freeman's to offer the Jeff Hunter Collection of Antiquities & Tribal Art


Nari Ward, Crusader, 2005. Plastic bags, metal, shopping cart, trophy elements, bitumen, chandelier, and plastic containers, 110 x 51 x 52 in (279.4 x 129.5 x 132.1 cm). Installation view: “Nari Ward: Re-Presence,” Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art, Overland Park, KS, 2010. Collection Brooklyn Museum; Purchased with funds given by Giulia Borghese. Courtesy the artist and Lehmann Maupin, New York, Hong Kong, and Seoul.

NEW YORK, NY.- The New Museum presents “Nari Ward: We the People,” on view from February 13 to May 26, 2019. The first museum survey in New York of the work of Nari Ward (b. 1963, St. Andrew, Jamaica), the exhibition brings together works spanning Ward’s twentyfive-year career, installed across the three main floors of the Museum. “Nari Ward: We the People” is curated by Gary Carrion-Murayari, Kraus Family Curator; Massimiliano Gioni, Edlis Neeson Artistic Director; and Helga Christoffersen, Associate Curator. The exhibition features over thirty sculptures, paintings, videos, and large-scale installations from throughout Ward’s career, highlighting his status as one of the most important and influential sculptors ... More
 

Teresa Margolles, , Vaporización (Vaporization), 2001-2018. Vaporized water from the morgue that was used to wash the bodies of murder victims after the autopsy, 1-2 fog machines. Installation view: YA BASTA HIJOS DE PUTA. TERESA MARGOLLES, PAC Padiglione d'Arte Contemporanea, Milan, Italy, March 28 - June 10, 2018. Photo by Rafael Burillo. Copyright Teresa Margolles 2019. Image courtesy of the artist and James Cohan, New York.

NEW YORK, NY.- James Cohan announced their representation of Mexican artist Teresa Margolles. For over twenty-five years, Teresa Margolles (b. 1963, Culiacán, Sinaloa, Mexico) has investigated the social and aesthetic dimensions of conflict, creating sculptural installations, photographs, films, and performances imbued with material traces of death. The artist’s work most often incorporates physical remnants of violent crimes resulting from political corruption and social exclusion—blood-stained sheets, glass shards from shattered windshields, bullet-ridden walls, or used surgical threads—whose victims are otherwise rendered invisible. Tapping into the restrained sensibilities of conceptualism and minimalism, ... More
 

A particular highlight of this single-owner sale is a sensitively rendered 1st century AD Roman depiction of the “Spinario” (Lot 23, estimate: $30,000-50,000), that of the nude youth about to pull a thorn from his foot.

PHILADELPHIA, PA.- On March 13, Freeman’s will offer selected antiquities and tribal art from the collection of New York and Hollywood talent agent Jeff Hunter (1926-2018). Totaling just shy of fifty lots, The Jeff Hunter Collection represents a remarkable lifetime collecting ancient art. There is a spread across the millennia and across continents, but whether Greek idealism, the implied shapes of an ancient Anatolian idol, or the transformative qualities of an African Hemba mask, a constant theme is an interest in the human form. Hunter bought from high quality sources and the emergence of his collection represents an exciting moment for the market. A particular highlight of this single-owner sale is a sensitively rendered 1st century AD Roman depiction of the “Spinario” (Lot 23, estimate: $30,000-50,000), that of the nude youth about to pull a thorn from his foot. The “Boy With Thorn” or “Spinario” is a cel ... More



The Phillips Collection opens the first museum retrospective of Cuban artist Zilia Sánchez   Pace/MacGill Gallery opens an exhibition by renowned fashion photographer Paolo Roversi   Hayward Gallery opens the first major survey in the United Kingdom of Kader Attia's work


Zilia Sánchez, Afrocubano, 1957. Oil on canvas 27 ˝ × 21 ˝ in., Private collection, Madrid.

WASHINGTON, DC.- The Phillips Collection presents Zilia Sánchez: Soy Isla (I Am an Island), the first museum retrospective of the prolific, innovative, and yet largely unknown Cuban artist Zilia Sánchez (b. 1926, Havana). The exhibition features over 60 works from the early 1950s to the present, including paintings, works on paper, shaped canvases, sculptural pieces, graphic illustrations, and ephemera. Zilia Sánchez: Soy Isla (I Am an Island) will be on view February 16–May 19, 2019, and will be accompanied by a major publication and newly commissioned artist’s documentary about her life and work. The retrospective traces Sánchez’s artistic journey from her early days in Cuba to her extended travels in Europe in the 1950s and residence in New York in the 1960s, and finally her move to Puerto Rico, where she has lived and worked since the early 1970s. “We hope that this exhibition will not only share the dynamic work o ... More
 

Sara, Paris, 2017. Pigment print on baryta paper image, 20 1/2 x 15 3/4 inches. © Paolo Roversi; courtesy Pace/MacGill Gallery, New York.

NEW YORK, NY.- Pace/MacGill Gallery is presenting an exhibition by renowned fashion photographer Paolo Roversi. Featuring striking portraits that eloquently bridge the spheres of commercial photography and fine art, alongside interior studio scenes, Paolo Roversi | Doubts offers an intimate look at over two decades of Roversi’s career as one of fashion’s preeminent image-makers from both sides of the camera. The exhibition will be on view from February 14 through March 23, 2019 and coincides with New York Fashion Week. Whether made with his trademark Deardorff 8 x 10 camera and Polaroid film or as carbon, chromogenic or pigment prints, Roversi’s photographs reveal a deep and direct connection between his heart, his eye, and the camera lens. He likens the act of opening the shutter to exposing one’s heart, referring to the photographic process as “giving ... More
 

Installation view of Kader Attia: The Museum of Emotion at Hayward Gallery. © the artist, courtesy Hayward Gallery 2019. Photo: Linda Nylind.

LONDON.- Opening 13 February 2019, Hayward Gallery’s new exhibition presents the first major survey in the United Kingdom of one of today’s leading international artists: Kader Attia. The Museum of Emotion highlights several strands of Kader Attia’s thought-provoking and influential art from the past two decades. Offering a trenchant post-colonial perspective, Attia’s work often pushes the boundaries of traditional museum presentation whilst it raises questions about the hegemony of Western cultural models. Spanning a wide range of media, the works in this exhibition inventively explore the ways in which colonialism continues to shape how Western societies represent and engage with non-Western cultures. At the core of the exhibition, a key group of artworks explore the idea of repair as both a physical and symbolic act, relating to individual as well as ... More



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Landmarks names Kathleen Brady Stimpert as Deputy Director
AUSTIN, TX.- Landmarks announced today the appointment of Kathleen Brady Stimpert as Deputy Director. In this newly established position, Stimpert will oversee Landmarks’ operational and institutional affairs, managing the organization’s performance and growth by leading daily operations including administration, collections management, education programs and communications. Stimpert will also serve as a representative of and chief advisor to Landmarks Director Andrée Bober and assist with strategic planning, board development and fundraising initiatives. “Kathleen’s extensive background in communications and arts management will be a great asset to Landmarks,” says Andrée Bober, director of Landmarks. “As we enter our second decade of bringing exceptional public art to The University of Texas at Austin, we look forward to Kathleen’s ... More

Huxley-Parlour Gallery opens exhibition of new work from British landscape photographer Jem Southam
LONDON.- New work from British landscape photographer, Jem Southam, has gone on display for the first time at Huxley-Parlour Gallery. After a lifetime of making work solely in the South-West of Britain, the works in this exhibition are the result of a six-week journey in 2018 to document the landscapes of both the North and South Islands of New Zealand. These new photographs build and expand on themes that Southam has explored throughout his forty-year career. They show his continued fascination with the subtleties of colour, with reflection and transience, and with the effects of the shifting seasons and weather on the landscape. Southam’s work is characterised by its balance of poetry and lyricism within a documentary practice. His photographs present a sociological and physiological investigation into the landscape, touching on man’s intervention ... More

University of Richmond Museums opens African wax print exhibition
RICHMOND, VA.- Wandering Spirit: African Wax Prints opens February 13 through April 28, 2019, at the Lora Robins Gallery of Design from Nature, University of Richmond Museums. The exhibition is a tribute to the centuries old handmade designs and patterns on textiles that originated in Indonesia and were copied and industrialized by Europeans and exported to Africa. The exhibition traces the developmental pathway of the African wax print and tells how these fabrics reflect the stories, dreams, and personalities of the people who wear them. The process for handmade batiks was invented in eighth-century China, then expanded to India on the coast of Coromandel. The technique was then imported to Java by traders in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries. Batik is a Javanese word that refers to a traditional technique of wax-resist dyeing, in ... More

PHOTO L.A. draws a crowd of over 10,000 at its 27th edition
LOS ANGELES, CA.- PHOTO L.A. recently concluded it’s 27th Annual collaborative platform hosting photography dealers, collectors, and art enthusiasts in its new home at the historic Barker Hangar, Santa Monica, CA. The highly coveted photography fair welcomed over 10,000 guests and patrons throughout the week from January 31st - February 3rd, 2019 at the 35,000 sq. ft. Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, CA. The opening night celebration to benefit Venice Arts hosted an attendance of 2,500 VIP guests and patrons. Launching the evening, VIP attendees were treated to a personalized docent tour of PHOTO L.A. by Weston Naef, Curator Emeritus, Department of Photographs, J. Paul Getty Museum. As the evening continued the who’s who of the photography and art world enjoyed the evening and a stellar selection of works present by exhibitors. ... More

Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art opens exhibitions of works by Don Coen and Karen Kitchel
BOULDER, COLO.- Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art announces its Spring 2019 Exhibitions: Don Coen: The Migrant Series and Karen Kitchel: Grasslands. Don Coen’s larger-than-life portraits emphasize the pride and humanity of migrant workers – people who are directly connected to the land. Karen Kitchel expresses concern for the changing environment around us through her meticulously rendered grass paintings. These exhibitions are guest curated by Ann Daley. Don Coen paints what he knows. He was raised on a ranch near Lamar, Colorado where he was part of every aspect of ranch life, including appreciating the work of migrant workers in the fields nearby. In addition to major paintings illustrating the ranch life of cows, trucks, and animals, in 1990, Coen started traveling to photograph, and to ultimately paint, the hard-working migrants who picked ... More

Jeu de Paume announces newly commissioned works by Julie Béna, Ben Thorp Brown and Daisuke Kosugi
PARIS.- How does space determine the way we feel? Predicated on a sense of a threatening and hostile environment, one of the basic definitions of architecture is the provision of shelter and comfort for the human body. The common idea of dwelling as “surrogate skin” stems from Gottfried Semper, who described the animal pen, made of woven skins and leaves, as the origin of architectural “private” space. Today, this understanding of architecture as an enveloping spatiality, the modern desire to provide a place of refuge, no longer holds. Social, technological, demographic and environmental change has increasingly led to the management of the environment, the standardisation of lifestyles, the displacement of people due to conflict, persecution and gentrification, the surveillance of “private” sites of living, and ultimately the negligence ... More

New Director of Liverpool Biennial appointed
LIVERPOOL.- The Trustees of Liverpool Biennial announced today that Fatoş Üstek has been appointed as the new Director of Liverpool Biennial. She will take up her position in May 2019. Fatoş Üstek (1980, Ankara, Turkey), curator and art writer, is regarded as one of the rising stars in the international art scene. Having been associate curator for the 10th Gwangju Biennale in South Korea in 2014, she went on to curate the internationally acclaimed fig-2, 50 projects in 50 weeks, in London the following year and then Art Night 2017 in East London. She is an external member of the Acquisitions Committee for the Arts Council Collection (2018-2020). Most recently she curated Do Ho Suh’s largest commission in the UK for Art Night and Sculpture in the City. She is currently Director and Chief Curator of the David Roberts Art Foundation. Fatoş ... More

Melanie Sheffield appointed Chief Development Officer at the Harvard Art Museums
CAMBRIDGE, MASS.- The Harvard Art Museums announced the appointment of Melanie Sheffield as Chief Development Officer, a new leadership position in the museums’ Office of Institutional Advancement; she will assume the role on March 4, 2019. The Chief Development Officer will provide strategic direction for the planning and execution of all functions related to development, in alignment with the museums’ mission, vision, and goals. Sheffield comes to the museums from Boston Ballet, where she has served since 2013: first as Director of Individual Giving and then as Director of Development, a promotion she received during her first year with the organization. She is returning to the museums for this new role, having previously served as Assistant Director of Membership and Special Programs in 2005–06. With over 17 years of fundraising and ... More

Sprüth Magers opens exhibition of works by Otto Piene
BERLIN.- Otto Piene counts among the pioneers of 20th century art. As co-founder of the international ZERO movement, he had a fundamental impact on how classical art forms such as painting and sculpture are perceived. His early smoke, grid and fire paintings, light ballets and light rooms enabled him to incorporate time, light, space and movement into the production of art. His interdisciplinary projects in Germany and the US and most especially his move to the United States at the end of the 1960s opened new horizons in his experimental practice. Starting in the 1970s, Piene developed a large number of projects as director of the MIT Center for Advanced Visual Studies (1974-1993). Working at the interface of art and technological innovation, Piene collaborated with artists, scientists, and technicians and created gigantic, but ephemeral works. Process- ... More

Iconic Victorian masterpiece by William Powell Frith offered for sale the first time in 135 years
LONDON.- For the first time since its original purchase in 1883, The Private View at the Royal Academy, 1881, by William Powell Frith, RA (1819 – 1909), one of the most popular artists of the Victorian age, is to be offered for sale. Frith’s extraordinary painting depicts many of the most influential figures of the day including Prime Minister William Gladstone, artists Lord Leighton and Millais, writer Oscar Wilde and actors Henry Irving, Ellen Terry and Lily Langtry. This historically important record and celebrated satire is the artist’s response to the Aesthetic Movement which challenged the artistic tradition that Frith and his circle held dear. William Powell Frith was a stalwart of the Victorian art scene, his ambitious scenes of modern life attracting huge public interest and achieving the highest figures ever paid at that time to a living artist. The Private View ... More

Exhibition presents works selected from Kiki Smith's exceptional donation to the Pinakothek der Moderne
MUNICH.- With the exhibition TOUCH. Prints by Kiki Smith, the Staatliche Graphische Sammlung München is honoring the internationally acclaimed artist Kiki Smith of New York for her extraordinarily generous donation: Kiki Smith has donated her oeuvre of published prints—single sheets, series, and artist’s books—to the Staatliche Graphische Sammlung München. If the series and books are counted as single prints, this amounts to the considerable number of 800 prints. Known internationally as one of the most renowned museums for works on paper, the Graphische Sammlung considers itself fortunate for this demonstration of faith, as it now has the largest holdings of prints by Kiki Smith in the world. Moreover, the artist’s generosity extends into the future as well, since she intends to donate a copy of every new edition to Munich. In the exhibition rooms ... More

Amazon central failures and marketplace for FBA product research
In recent years, most of the people have become smarter when it comes to purchasing the products that whenever they need. At the same time, people can also save their time and energy by handling Amazon. By visiting the Amazon, anyone can buy that whatever required as per wish without any difficulties. This is the important reason that millions of people have highly appreciated Amazon. Behind this great success, Fulfillment by Amazon is always playing a crucial role for sure. Generally, when it comes to selling the products, sellers are finding their ways and go ahead. Yes, with the support of Amazon FBA, the sellers can easily pick, pack and send their order to the people who ordered their products. It is the main reason where you can see that the Amazon marketplace has become better ones for all the sellers. At the same time, it is also going to be the right approach for the Amazon sellers that whenever they want to make reasonable profits for all the time. Usually, we can see a numbe ... More

Types of campaigns for SEO brand referrals
When it comes to managing the business as per the current trends, marketing is always playing a crucial role. Yes, with the support of marketing, you can easily handle the business in a quick time. Generally, you can find different ways when it comes to managing marketing. As per your convenience and niches, you can choose the right marketing way and go ahead with that. This is how the business people should focus on it and start to experience a better result within a shorter period. In the current scenario, we can see that most of the businesses are mainly focus on digital platforms. Yes, the digital platforms are helpful in order to take your business to the next level. In case, if you are looking for the right target, then you can make it possible in a quick time without experiencing any difficulties. When it comes to managing the business, then choosing the right way is always essential for the people. Based on the niche you have chosen, you can go with the right marketing way and ... More

How Does Artificial Intelligence Help in Reshaping Web Development?
Nowadays, to stay in the competitive market, companies are incorporating Artificial Intelligence to reform their websites and the development that goes behind it to keep their relationship with the consumers intact. Hence, it becomes necessary for web developers to habituate themselves to the evolving environment and embrace AI. Machine Learning programs that are powered by AI are also helping in developing smarter websites. Let us know further how AI is stepping forward and benefitting web development: It is a dreary task for web developers to design basic templates and layouts for web pages. To simplify such job, Artificial Intelligence tools like virtual assistants can aid developers in simplifying the entire process of designing and developing websites. The AI virtual assistants create customized content with the combination of design, content, brand, and layout required by the user. ... More

Seven Tips for an Art Enthusiast to Use a Blog to Stand Out
Within the art world, there are a variety of avenues to consider for careers. Whether you'd like to become an art curator, buyer or an art history teacher, there's an avenue for it. However, it's not uncommon to experience a lot of competition in these realms. This is why starting a blog is an excellent idea for an art enthusiast to consider. Consider these eight reasons why you should use a blog as a jumpstart to your career in art. It takes nothing to head over to a domain site, purchase a domain and start a website. You only need a few bucks to get started. Plus, if you don't want to pay for the initial fees, there are tons of free platforms that will allow you to blog. You can share the content with your friends and family members to start. As you continue to become consistent, you can develop a strong marketing plan that'll attract new eyeballs. Use strategies like ... More




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Flashback
On a day like today, French fashion designer Hubert de Givenchy was born
February 21, 1927. Count Hubert James Marcel Taffin de Givenchy (born 21 February 1927) is a French fashion designer who founded The House of Givenchy in 1952. He is famous for having designed much of the personal and professional wardrobe of Audrey Hepburn, as well as clothing for clients such as Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy. In this image: French fashion designer Hubert de Givenchy poses at the Gemeentemuseum in The Hague, on November 23, 2016 during a retrospective of the designer's work at the exhibition To Audrey With Love. Bart Maat / ANP / AFP.



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