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The First Blue Pigment Discovered in 200 Years Is Finally Commercially Available. Here’s Why It Already Has a Loyal Following

YInMn Blue, the brilliant pigment discovered in 2009 at an Oregon State University lab, is finally making its way to artists’ studios. The pigment—which is the first new blue discovered in 200 years—was finally approved by the EPA for use in artists’…

Democrats seek progressive overhaul of the U.S. financial system

Now in control of Congress, Democrats are looking to give the U.S. financial system a progressive overhaul, incoming Senate Banking Chairman Sherrod Brown said Friday. It will be a tall task. What we’re hearing: “This committee in the past has…

Covid update: Coronavirus news from around the world | DW News

Following criticism in Germany of the pace of the coronavirus vaccination roll-out, a health ministry official has revealed that Berlin has struck preliminary deals for an extra 50-million vaccine doses in the summer – outside what’s been negotiated by the…
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Street Artists Around the World Captured a Turbulent Year in Real Time—See the Beautiful and Unforgettable Works of 2020 Here

For much of the year, the best—and safest—place to see art was on the street. And perhaps more than in any other year, street art offered a real-time distillation of the events shaping our lives. Across the globe, artwork speaking…

An Iconic Barbara Kruger Text Artwork Has Become a Symbol in the Protest Movement Against Poland’s Strict Anti-Abortion Laws

Inspired by protests against restrictive new Polish abortion laws, Barbara Kruger has revisited her 30-year-old text-based artwork, Your Body Is a Battleground, allowing versions of it to be pasted on the streets of the Polish city of Szczecin. The new edition is…

‘They Were Watching Us, Not Watching Our Backs’

Edgar Su / ReutersFlowers and cards are seen at the memorial site outside Al Noor mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand on March 19, 2019.  Earlier this week, the government of New Zealand released a comprehensive report on the 2019 Christchurch…

In the US Supreme Court, Germany Fights With Art Dealers’ Heirs Over the Fate of the $250 Million Guelph Treasure

It’s rare that any art-related case makes its way to the highest court in the United States. But the Supreme Court heard oral arguments yesterday about whether the US can adjudicate a long-running dispute over the Guelph Treasure, a collection…

How Germany’s Angela Merkel has stayed in power for so long | UNPACKED

Many people don’t remember a Germany that wasn’t run by Angela Merkel. Germans go to the polls again in late 2021, and Angela Merkel has already announced she won’t run again. With no clear successor, a power vacuum is brewing…

US election 2020: What’s at stake for US-German relations? | DW News

The US election is being closely observed abroad- including in Germany. For decades, Berlin and Washington shared relatively warm relations – that was until 2013 when they were shaken by revelations of American surveillance of Chancellor Angela Merkel. But Donald…

Hauser & Wirth, Thaddaeus Ropac, and Other Galleries Just Signed on to an Upstart Digital-Only Art Fair Opening in October

Most art fairs have been cancelled for 2020, but if you’re selling digital art, now might just be the right time to start one. That’s the thought behind the new Daata Fair, which will present international contemporary video and digital…

I CREATED MY OWN TECH FESTIVAL WITH 30,000 VISITORS | NICO ROSBERG | GREENTECH FESTIVAL

Subscribe for a celebration giveaway competition coming soon! https://www.youtube.com/user/nicorosbergtv?sub_confirmation=1 What an incredible week hosting the GreenTech Festival in Berlin! I am incredibly proud to have co- founded an event that we all hope will drive change in electric mobility, green…