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Artist and Empire exhibition: Tate Museum, London

Above: Mahadaji Sindhia entertaining a British naval officer and military officer with a Nautch c. 1815-20. Watercolour on paper. 222 x 317 mm In 21st century Britain, ‘Empire’ is a ...
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The Big Bayou

Black gold or 'Texas Tea' may have put Houston on the map, but today it’s the city’s cultural riches that draw visitors from around the world. Energy capital, rodeo town, ...
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Whitney Museum of American Art

In one of the most anticipated openings of 2015, the Whitney Museum of American Art opened its new nine-storey building in downtown Manhattan’s Meatpacking district in May. The building, designed ...
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Chicago Aerial Bay and City

First Date with Chicago

For first time visitors to this city by the lake, it is seriously impressive. So much so that you can’t help but fall in love at first sight. Here are ...
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Garage Contemporary Art Museum, Moscow, Russia

Garage Museum of Contemporary Art opened its brand new premises in Gorky Park in June 2015, after being housed in a temporary space designed by Shigeru Ban. The Museum, established ...
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Europe on hallowed ground

A century ago Australian soldiers were at war on the other side of the world, in places with unpronounceable names and enduring the unthinkable. Gallipoli has had its centenary, and ...
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Oita Prefectural Art Museum, Oita, Japan

The Oita Prefectural Art Museum (OPAM) is the first newly-built prefectural art museum in Japan to open since 2006. Open since April 2015, the Museum was designed by Shigeru Ban, ...
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In the Footsteps of the Samurai

The castle city of Matsumoto is rich in Samurai history, but has plenty more strings to its bow. Although known to many Australians as a top ski destination, beyond the ...
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Time Warp

  Cuba is an alluring step back in time and it is easy to be seduced by the passion of its people and culture. When it comes to securing their ...
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The Aztecs exhibition

The Aztec Empire lasted 500 years with gods, demons, warriors, slaves, nobles, and human sacrifice part of daily life. The Aztecs exhibition shines a light on the Empire with more ...
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