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10/16/2019. Regardless of whether you are a student or a scientist, say a lab technician, writing is part and parcel of any scientific career. Therefore, writing skills are key for effectively presenting your report, ideas, and recommendations. While it is a mus...
10/25/2019. Some 66 million years ago, mammals caught their lucky break. An asteroid crashed into what is now Chicxulub, Mexico, and set off a catastrophic chain of events that led to the annihilation of nonavian dinosaurs. That day began their furry ascension t...
10/25/2019. Hildegard Bachert, who fled the Nazis as a teenager and joined a New York art gallery where, over a 78-year career, she helped introduce and popularize the works of German and Austrian expressionists and the folk art of Grandma Moses, died Oct. 17 in...
11/06/2019. President William Henry Harrison died in 1841 after just 31 days in the White House. But the sword he carried at the Battle of Tippecanoe is caught up in one last war. The sword and its scabbard were seized by police in Connecticut last month just...
11/07/2019. When the Pompidou Center first floated the idea of opening a Chinese outpost more than a decade ago, skeptics back home in France were still fiercely debating the question of whether the country’s cherished national museums should have a role in...
11/08/2019. Pace Gallery presents the first exhibition in its Geneva gallery of works by Antoni Tąpies at Quai des Bergues, 15-17, from 8 November 2019 to 10 January 2020. The exhibition examines Tąpies...
11/09/2019. The Sound Art? exhibition delves into the questions posed almost twenty years ago by the percussionist and sound installation pioneer Max Neuhaus (1939-2009) in his eponymous article: Do all artistic practices involving the sound element constitute a...
11/10/2019. Duane Michals, the pioneer of still-image, multiframe sequences that introduced storytelling to modern photography, stood in the conservation lab of the Morgan Library & Museum one recent autumn day, discussing his two-year treasure hunt through the ...
11/11/2019. Gillian Jagger, an artist guided by a deep-seated connection to nature and best known for imposing sculptures and installations that often incorporated tree trunks and animal carcasses, died Oct. 21 in Ellenville, in upstate New York. She was 88. ...
11/16/2019. If French Israeli telecommunications entrepreneur Patrick Drahi, who bought Sotheby’s in June in a deal worth $3.7 billion, needed proof that auctions are unlike any other business, he got a clear introduction to that reality during this week...
11/16/2019. Dan Flavin’s outsize light sculpture looked like a luminous frame. Not one to miss an opportunity, Tara Subkoff posed strategically in front of it, its rectangular shape and pastel fluorescence complementing the candied pink of her Simone Rocha ...
11/20/2019. Julien’s Auctions has announced Property from the Estate of Doris Day, their exclusive two-day auction event celebrating the life and career of the legendary American actress, singer and animal rights pioneer, Doris Day, will take place a day af...
11/22/2019. Lee Bey stood under the rotunda at the James R. Thompson Center, 13 stories of mirror-glass balconies rising around him in tiers and shiny elevators (now off-limits without official business) zipping up and down. The idea of the center, which open...
11/22/2019. On 17 December, Phillips will host its final auction of 2019 with the sale of Design in New York. Comprised of over 180 lots that bring together a variety of design movements from the past centu...
11/24/2019. A year ago this week, in a pioneering announcement, President Emmanuel Macron of France said that his country would give back 26 looted treasures to the African state of Benin. It was a bold statement by the leader of a former colonial power. He also...
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