Exhibition – Article for the Week 26 Mar – 1 Apr, 2020
On this page of our site we will present the most interesting exhibitions in our opinion that take place in the museums of the world. Exhibitions that all interested art lovers are required to know. Art is a huge mosaic spanning from prehistory to the present day. It accompanies man from the beginning of his existence because it is that creative expression that in the art-work captures the mental state, emotions, ideas and visualization of the artist and will always be important in human life because of the magnetism it causes to human emotions by stimulating them.
Calgary Public Library
In this civilized City of Canada, Calgary, the new Calgary Public Library is a temple of knowledge. The Library with its extensions and the new format is the work of the important and extrovert architectural firm Snohetta Architecture from Norway in collaboration with the Canadians Dialog. The new library cost $245ml CAD. The library is in the center of the city. A train station is directly connected to the library building. The library has made available many of its books in the online search for remote study. This jewel is a testament to the high real growth index of a society.
Mediterranean Threads: 18th – and 19th – Century Greek Embroideries
The Ashmolean Museum presents an exhibit of a selection of highlights
from its collection which explores the visual richness and technical
sophistication of 18th and 19th century Greek
embroideries, as well as their debt to the many artistic traditions that
flourished around the Mediterranean. Join Curator Dr Francesca Leoni and
textile conservator Sue Stanton for an introduction to the specific exhibition.
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