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Researchers recognize two types of prosopagnosia—a rare, acquired type, and a more common form called developmental prosopagnosia. People with the acquired type have lost the ability to recognize faces due to some sort of brain injury, such as a stroke. For those with the other type, certain brain mechanisms failed to develop properly, perhaps for…

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Interview with Anita Molina Desgroux Please tell us your background.Anita Molina Desgroux is an artist based in Santiago, Chile. Graduated in Graphic Design from Viña del Mar University, she started her career in Design and co-founded a small agency. Later she specialized in Marketing (Diploma and Master degree in Marketing at Adolfo Ibáñez University) and…

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Pioneering Artist Bettina Werner : The Salt Queen Archangel Michael Salt Crystal Art Collection, 2019 It is not enough to simply describe the renowned Milan born, American visual artist Bettina Werner as one-of-a-kind and legendary, because the full scope of her artistry and contribution’s to the art world is endless.In fact, this forthright innovator with an…

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Jacquemus La Robe Alassio minidress Raspberry picking Supersmile Coral Crystal toothbrush Maria Tash handcuff Valentino Yoga mat LRoom Cafe NYC W.O. Decker cruise Cindy Sherman Retrospect National Portrait Gallery UK Off White varsity cardigan

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Adriana Patsolou says, “I come from a design background having studied the subject at Athens School Of Fine Arts and continued the exploration of design principles and subject through an extensive career in product and interior design with my own design firm for over ten years. Having communicated through arts for many years, I was…

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EVENING IN THE GARDEN BRINGS TOGETHER YOUNG PHILANTHROPISTS IN SUPPORT OF CENTRAL PARK Hosted by the Greensward Circle, the Central Park Conservancy’s network of young professionals, the event raised over $100,000 in support of the Conservancy’s mission to restore, maintain, and enhance Central Park. New York—More than 500 young New Yorkers gathered at Central Park’s Conservatory Garden…

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An exclusive conversation with Kenneth Craig Lambert “I am a contemporary artist who explores the human psyche and its relationship to technology. Utilising generative algorithms and sound frequencies I create experiences that evoke a sense of time and space. My intention is to entice the viewer into a meditative state in order to affect their…

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Ritch Erani NYFC announces a Cruel Intentions inspired footwear collaboration with Sony Pictures, launching today. Cruel Intentions currently celebrates its 20th Anniversary which will coincide with the drop of the collection. Ritch Erani recreated styles based on the three main characters of the film, Kathryn, Annette and Cecile.  Kathryn is a sexy and dangerous heel with…

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The Untitled Space is pleased to present IRL: Investigating Reality”, a group exhibition of 46 contemporary artists exploring what “IRL” means to them in today’s digital world. Curated by gallery director Indira Cesarine, “IRL: Investigating Reality” will open on June 6, and run through June 21, 2019. The group show examines themes of “real life”…

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Christian Louboutin Delfin Visit: Beaulieu-sur-Mer, FR Elephant Trunk Flea Ralph Lauren beach towel Marysia Riviera swimsuit Grand Central oyster bar and restaurant Paddle boarding 1st Dibs showroom Muzungu Sisters tote

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Vegans are absolutely right when they say that a plant-based diet can be healthy, varied and exceedingly satisfying, and that—not for nothing—it spares animals from the serial torments of being part of the human food chain. All good so far, or is it? There’s veganism and then there’s Veganism—the upper case, ideological veganism, the kind…

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In Fierce: The History of Leopard Print (Harper Design), the author and burlesque expert Jo Weldon runs through a potted history explaining the allure of animal skin from the post-war 1920s to Dynasty and Debbie Harry’s 1980s – a cycle of glamour, trashiness, transgression and back. To Weldon, it is obvious why women would keep…

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The classical author Diodorus explained the origin of animal worship by recalling the myth in which the gods, supposedly threatened by giants, hid under the guise of animals. The people then naturally began to worship the animals that their gods had disguised themselves as and continued this act even after the gods returned to their…

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Fur is generally thought to have been among the first materials used for clothing and bodily decoration. The exact date when fur was first used in clothing is still heavily debated. It is known that several species of hominoids including Homo sapiens and Homo neanderthalensis used fur clothing. As early as the 11th century, fur…

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Conversation with Kelly Olshan 1.Please provide a biography.Kelly Olshan is a NYC-based visual artist and arts manager whose sculptural paintings depict the byproducts of ambition. She graduated with a BFA in painting from UNC Asheville, where she was the first art major to graduate Valedictorian. She went on to receive her master’s in Arts Administration…

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Jacquemus Pisa sandal Visit: Lisse, Netherlands Lilac P&J fragrance oil Hermes blanket Irene Neuwirth necklace Too Fast to Live Too Young to Die Exhibit Mari Vanna NYC Beau Dunn condom art Charleston Picnic Basket

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Per Wikipedia, taxidermy is the preserving of an animal’s body via mounting (over an armature) or stuffing, for the purpose of display or study. Animals are often, but not always, portrayed in a lifelike state. The word taxidermy describes the process of preserving the animal but the word is also used to describe the end…

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For over twenty years, the Columbian born contemporary artist Vianey has been widely regarded as one of the most influential Latin artists of our time. The artists extensive catalogue of works have been recognized for their contributions to the development of modern art, and have come to signify distinctive, original caricatures, use of bold, vibrant…

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DRESSED TO KILT CELEBRATED DIVERSITY AND CULTURE IN NYC WITH CELEBRITY FASHION SHOW AND COCKTAIL PARTY TO BENEFIT THE NAVY SEAL FOUNDATION New York, NY– Dressed to Kilt’s returned to New York on Friday April 5th, 201. The night was a hit with a celebrity fashion show featuring kilts and kitsch and cool Native American…

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Uber famous DJ Myles Henrik says, “I’ve actually been taking photos substantially longer than I’ve been a DJ. My dad gave me my first little Olympus point and shoot when I was a teenager. Other than bashing on my drum kit, it was something I just loved to do. I’d take photos of everyone and…