Few and far art

Different types of tea cultivation in the world, the art of tea

What makes the earth turn and the days pass? Tea, of course, a drink that unites and brings people all over the world together. And it’s more than just a drink. Over the past 2,000 years, the wild eastern Himalayan Camellia sinensis plant has conquered and dominated the planet. The …

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Barry Rose’s art helps shape Denver’s identity

Hundreds of thousands of people flock to Barry Rose’s work every year in the city and county of Denver, and odds are some of them even stop to contemplate it. “The hardest part is creating art that speaks to the community where it is based,” said Rose, 70, as he …

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The art of deception

Israeli hyperbole is as old as the State of Israel. It is tautological, serving as the raison d’être and modus operandi of Israel, the garrison state. It is ridiculous, fantastic and also dangerous in that it goes beyond mere rhetoric to shape the country’s strategy in Palestine and the Middle …

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The return of the art of cancellation

Earlier this month, Chrissy Teigen posted a series of photos of herself on Instagram wearing a Halloween costume that no one would describe as low-key: a flamboyant Carmen Miranda-inspired ensemble that included a skirt with dangling bananas and a basket. fruit perched dangerously. on his head. In one photo, she …

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AI is everywhere, but is it having an impact on art?

AI and art seem to represent two different worlds: technology and humanity. A closer examination reveals that they are intimately linked. Humans create technology, after all, so the two go hand in hand. AI follows a long technological tradition that dates back to the cradle of civilization. Mankind has always …

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