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Michael Lee-Chin Crystal Cited as Architectural Marvel

Michael Lee-Chin Crystal Cited as Architectural Marvel

. December 1, 2009

The book ‘Off the Tourist Trail: 1,000 Unexpected Travel Alternatives’, names the Royal Ontario Museum’s (ROM) Michael Lee- Chin Crystal, designed by architect Daniel Libeskind, as one of the world’s architectural marvels and one of six modern buildings to rival Australia’s Sydney Opera House. Prefaced by famed American author Bill Bryson and published in fall […]

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Ariotek – Fine Art Web Site Hosting

. December 1, 2009

Ariotek was created in 2009 from the amalgamation of three very successful web based companies. All three companies have been privately owned and profitable since creation, the oldest of which started trading in early 2001. Ariotek now host thousands of web sites, all of which are hosted on Ariotek’s state of the art servers housed […]

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Renaissance Painter Pietro Perugino and Lake Trasimeno

Renaissance Painter Pietro Perugino and Lake Trasimeno

. December 1, 2009

This project is one part of a vast programme created to make better use of the cultural and environmental resources of Lago Trasimeno. The main goal is to improve the awareness of the masterpieces of art produced at a very important time in the history of the Trasimeno area, and keep them in the context […]

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Andrew Wyeth Painting on View at The Dayton Art Institute

Andrew Wyeth Painting on View at The Dayton Art Institute

. December 1, 2009

Andrew Wyeth, arguably one of America’s most famous artists, died in 2009 at the age of 91. The Dayton Art Institute placed on view, for a limited time, Wyeth’s painting, Ring Road of 1985, in recognition of the artist’s enormous legacy. Andrew Wyeth, “Ring Road”, 1985 Wyeth is often described as a “magic realist” painter […]

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Dornier Museum Friedrichshafen puts aeronautical visions on display

Dornier Museum Friedrichshafen puts aeronautical visions on display

. December 1, 2009

Friedrichshafen Airport has a new landmark: the Dornier Aerospace Museum Friedrichshafen depicts the fascination of flying in a spectacular way and merges it with the company history of Dornier. The museum was planned by Munich architects Allmann Sattler Wappner, the arrangement of the exhibition realised by Atelier Brückner. Zumtobel provided more than 200 individually controllable […]

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