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Magazine articles on art, artists, crafts and exhibits.
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July 2005
Carey Winfrey
Making Tracks In this month's Smithsonian, Robert Poole has a theory about who is behind the biggest art heist of modern times... Carlton Ward Jr. photographed rare nomadic elephants. mark for My Articles 2 similar articles
Search Engine Watch
June 21, 2005
Chris Sherman
The Louvre's New Masterpiece The Louvre's web site has long been a treasure trove for art lovers, but the site's recent relaunch has moved the museum's online presence into a class of its own. mark for My Articles 221 similar articles
June 2005
Kathryn Hansen
Great Salt Lake Spiral Submerged The elements may momentarily triumph over Robert Smithson's 1970 sculpture, as rising water levels threaten to obscure the famous piece known as Spiral Jetty. mark for My Articles 38 similar articles
Science News
May 14, 2005
Amazing Paper Airplanes Two Web sites, one from the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, offer paper airplane models of the space shuttle, F-16 Falcon, F/A-18 Hornet and other aircraft. mark for My Articles 33 similar articles
May 2005
Paul Trachtman
Toulouse-Lautrec The fin de siecle artist who captured Paris' cabarets and dance halls is drawing huge crowds to a new exhibition at Washington, D.C.'s National Gallery of Art. mark for My Articles 7 similar articles
May 2005
Owen Edwards
The Object at Hand - Casualty of War Artist Paul Thek's provocative memorial, "Warrior's Leg," acknowledges the high cost of conflict. mark for My Articles 8 similar articles
May 2, 2005
Thane Peterson
Photography's Golden Age As digital and color processes have advanced, more artists are experimenting with the medium -- and prices for top work have soared. But study up before buying, because there are many nuances to take into account. mark for My Articles 164 similar articles
April 8, 2005
Starry Eyes These fabric panels depicting airy female silhouettes with windblown locks, with their muted colors and stylized images of nature, will adorn your wall with a feel that's both sophisticated and organic. mark for My Articles 3 similar articles
Registered Rep.
April 1, 2005
Kristen French
Advisor as Artist The saffron-colored "Gates" erected in New York's Central Park by the artist Christo was recently cut down to size, literally, by 50-year-old Geoff "Hargo" Hargadon, a UBS broker. mark for My Articles
April 2005
Stanley Meisler
The Surreal World of Salvador Dali Genius or madman? A retrospective of the artwork of Salvador Dali is on display in Philadelphia. mark for My Articles 10 similar articles
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