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LOOK: Hillary Clinton Turns Her Emails in Scandal into Art by Reading Them at Venice Art Exhibit, Italy

 

Hillary Clinton’s emails, long a political talking point, have become art — and the former secretary of state herself went to take a look.

The 2016 Democratic presidential nominee looked through printed copies of her emails and sat at a replica of the Oval Office’s Resolute Desk during a visit Tuesday to an art exhibit in Venice, Italy, titled “HILLARY: The Hillary Clinton Emails,” according to the exhibit’s creator and curators.

“Hillary Clinton spent an hour yesterday reading her emails at my exhibition of all 62,000 pages of them in Venice,” American poet and artist Kenneth Goldsmith tweeted Wednesday. “She is pictured here at a replica of the Oval Office Resolute Desk, stacked with her emails.”

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WTF? Feminist Strips Naked In Front of Children for Art Display

European SJW artist claims to be fighting sexist patriarchy

In the exhibit, Tralla, a feminist lesbian obsessed with her own morbidly obese naked body, covers up paintings by “well known Estonian male artist Marko Maetamm” with shrouds containing slogans like, “‘But he is a nice guy!” Can Not Be Used as an Excuse for Sexism!”, and “‘But he smiles always!’ Can Not Be Used as an Excuse for Sexism!” according to a bio of the project.

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10 Places in Europe Every Art Lover Should Visit

Brb. Packing my bags.

Europe offers no shortage of interesting places to visit, but where should you go if you’re particularly interested in art? The answer can seem daunting given the options. Whether you pick Paris, London, Rome, or Barcelona, it all depends on your personal preferences and what you’re actually looking to experience.

10 Best Travel Destinations For Art Lovers

For a true flavour of a destination, its people, and cultures, there is no missing the art, whether it be in a museum, architecture or on the streets.

From iconic masterpieces in art history, to the contemporary artworks of today, we list of the best travel destinations for art lovers.

This list would not be complete without Paris, Europe’s long-time hub of culture. The French capital has inspired numerous great and iconic artists, such as Dali, Van Gogh, and Picasso, and you can witness many of their works at the city’s numerous exhibitions and spaces.  Unmissables include the world’s most visited museum, the Louvre and the quieter, but no less impressive, Musee RodinOrsay Museum, and Centre Pompidou and Palais de Tokyo, for contemporary art — just to name a few. Or simply roam the streets of Paris, such as within the Oberkampf district, to discover some of its colourful street art.

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Top 5 Destinations for Art and Design Lovers in August

From the Pacific Northwest to Northern Europe, there are plenty of art and design events worth adding to your calendar

If you haven’t taken a trip by the time August rolls around, it’s your last chance to savor the dog days of summer before things get busy again. The Seattle Art Fair will pop up at the beginning of the month, giving this Pacific Northwest city a jolt of energy. Meanwhile on the East Coast, the Massachusetts island of Nantucket is the place to go for antiques and Americana in a classic coastal setting, thanks to Nantucket by Design. In the California wine country, the Art in the Redwoods Festival has been a Sonoma standby since 1961. Also this year, Germany is celebrating the centenary of the Bauhaus, and Berlin will host its own homage at the end of the month. Plus, Denmark has not one, but two major festivals—in Copenhagen and Aarhus—and you could easily attend both. Continue at Source: The 5 Top Destinations for Art and Design Lovers in August

10 Gorgeous Pieces Of Street Art (& Where To Go To See Them)

There’s simple graffiti, and then there’s breathtaking street art that makes you immediately stop in your tracks and stare. Many creators of graffiti are bona fide artists who have a true message they want to convey with their artwork — albeit, on a medium that some may see as a little unconventional.

As unconventional as it may be, it should be noted that the use of buildings and streets as a canvas adds a whole other element to the piece, giving the artwork a sense of genuine authenticity. Here are ten of the most beautiful pieces of street art from around the world. Continue at Source: 10 Gorgeous Pieces Of Street Art (& Where To Go To See Them)