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Classifieds: 19th Century images capture brave interracial couples

Date: 2018-03-11 18:35

Title: A Fantastic Fear Of Everything
Artist: Marcelo Vasami
Remixer: Cid Inc.
Release Date: 2017-11-24
Genre: Progressive house
Label: Replug

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Louise Bourgeois, The Night, 2001

Estimate: 5,000-7,000$
Current bid: 4,800$
Ending: March 15 at 12:42 p.m. (EDT)

Lithograph in colors on wove paper
Image: 17.1 x 14 in. (43.43 x 35.56 cm.)
Sheet: 20.1 x 16.1 in. (51.05 x 40.89 cm.)
Signed, dated and numbered in pencil

Proof aside from the edition of 50
SOLO Impression, New York, pub.

Louise Bourgeois was a French-American artist best known for her sculpture and installation work but equally revered as a painter and printmaker. Depicting a body of rippling water surrounding red shoes on poles and a moon rising in the background, The Night is a beautiful color print, perfect for the spring.


The Republic of Estonia will celebrate its 100th anniversary on February 24, 2018. In honor of this beautiful and significant date, I decided to give my native city a small present.

It is the architecture that determines the image of each city and Tallinn got something to brag about. Different epochs have left their marks, which one can follow to study the architectural styles. The appearance of the city is actively changing and so will last forever, no matter whether we like it or not. Therefore, I found


Ornette Coleman - Skies Of America (2000) [Hi-Res DSD]
Format : DSD (image .iso)
Quality : Hi-Res 2.8 MHz stereo
Source : SACD
Artist : Ornette Coleman
Title : Skies Of America
Genre : Free Jazz, Fusion, Contemporary
Release Date : 1972/2000
Scans : not included
Size .zip : 1.67 gb


A decade later, in 1996, the Austrian government handed over the unclaimed objects to the Federation of Austrian Jewish Communities. Their sale at auction in October of that year brought in a total of $14.5 million and received international publicity.

The Mauerbach fund has made more than 6,800 payments to needy victims of Nazi persecution in and from Austria.

In addition, to date, hundreds of pieces of artwork found in museums have been returned to original owners or their legal heirs. This restitution is based on Austrian laws passed since 1997, calling for museum-wide investigations on the possible possession of Nazi-era looted art.