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Month: July 2020

Art

Miró and Rembrandt Head Sotheby’s $193 M. London Hybrid Finale Sale

On Tuesday, Sotheby’s wrapped the summer auction season with its inaugural cross-category sale comprising works by old masters, modern masters and contemporary artists, under the title ‘Rembrandt to Richter.’ The sale comes on the heels of the auction house’s successful…

Lost Dog Goes To His Vet To Ask For Help Getting Back Home

Even though dogs are known for their keen sense of smell and can sniff their way out of any situation, they can sometimes get lost too. It seems that it ain’t always as easy as putting your nose to work,…

Digital Artists Were Challenged To Photoshop Oversized Animals, Here Are 110 Of The Best Works

Giraffes as tall as skyscrapers, gigantic insects, Godzilla-sized sloths, or cute pets turned into monsters—these humongous animals are nightmare fuel. Luckily for us, we don‘t have to experience this messed-up world to witness it, thanks to digital manipulation. DesignCrowd asked…

NASA’s latest rover is our best chance yet to find life on Mars

This artist’s rendition depicts NASA’s Mars 2020 rover studying its surroundings. | NASA/JPL-Caltech On Thursday, a new rover blasts off to Mars. This time, it’s collecting samples to return to Earth. On Thursday, at 7:50 am Eastern, if the weather…

Where Should Art History Go in the Future? As Survey Courses Change, the Past Evolves

Curricular changes rarely make headlines even in the confines of a college town, but after Yale University’s art history department announced plans to revamp its introductory survey courses with global offerings less focused on Europe and the United States, the…

Link between education, income inequality has existed for a century

Income is inextricably linked to access to education in America and it has been for a century, according to a new study from researchers at Stanford University and Rice University. “A century of educational inequality in the United States,” published…