Art Jul 21, 2009

Eldred’s Marine Auction

On Thursday, July 23, 2009, Eldred’s Auction Gallery (in East Dennis, MA) hosts its annual Marine auction. Also included a selected pieces of Chinese Export. Among the highlights is a selection of ephemera from the S.S. President Harrison… Read more
Design Jul 13, 2009

The History of Japanese Bikes

A new exhibition has opened at the Ikejiri Institute of Design focusing on the history of Japanese bicycle manufacture. In 1948, Keirin was founded with the hopes of holding the official races for the upcoming Tokyo Olympics. Building… Read more
Architecture Jun 8, 2009

Preserving Britain’s Cooling Towers

Preserving monuments of industrial past is a key point of interest for Germaine Greer. In today’s Guardian column, Greer argues the importance of listing Cooling Towers, one of the structures that “made the 20th century possible.” Her… Read more
Art Apr 15, 2009

Lincoln in Memory

Lincoln In Memory explores public perceptions about Lincoln through the advertising, film, folk art, and the media. The exhibition includes posters and art from the Abraham Lincoln Library and Museum’s substantial collection. Located in… Read more
Art Apr 8, 2009

Newark Museum 100 Years

The Newark Museum opened to the public 100 years ago. In celebration they have mounted an exhibition that presents the institution as a place for discovery, not only of art, but also music. People and events are given the same … Read more
Art Apr 3, 2009

Victorians at the Seaside

In 1892, photographer Paul Martin took a trip to Yarmouth. There on the Norfolk coast he set up his camera, disguising it as a leather box, and took some remarkable candid photographs of fellow holiday makers. Martin’s photographs make up… Read more
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