The winner of the prestigious European Museum of the Year Award – 2019 is Rijksmuseum Boerhaave in Leiden, The Netherlands. Continuă lectura „The European Museum of the Year 2019”
The winner of the European Museum of the Year Award, the annual prize celebrating museums newly opened in 2016, was announced on the 6th of May in Zagreb, Croatia: the Ethnographic Museum of Geneva got the prize.
Saint George is celebrated today in the christian world. He was born somewhere between 275-285, in Cappadocia – backthen a part of the Roman Empire under the rule of Diocletian, nowadays a part of Turkish Anatolia.
Starting point: first time at the Venice Architecture Biennale.
With previous experience with the Arts Biennale in Venice, expectancies are huge, especially in the eyes and mouth wide opened section, but also in the areas of posing, cool and trendy topics, with a bit of intellectual snobbism, searching a little bit above our every day level and occupations. Continuă lectura „VENICE ARCHITECTURE BIENNALE 2016”
Manillas were metal bracelets of a large variety of shapes and weights, preferably made in copper which was considered the most valuable metal by pre-colonial Western Africa population, also known as the “red gold”. The thing about these bracelets is that they were not just bracelets, but coins, money used not only by the locals but also by the European colonists in the 15th century to trade with their African counterparts. Continuă lectura „MANILLAS – The Money Bracelets”