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"The Fish" by John La Farge, born #onthisday  http://goo.gl/mIKvBk +Museum of Fine Arts, Boston 
In this window East meets West, as La Farge adapted a common Japanese motif to the Western medium of stained glass. In Japan carp, or koi, symbolized blessings such as sustenance, vigor and endurance, and wealth. For centuries rural Japanese enjoyed wild carp as nutritious food. In the early 1800s, however, farmers started breeding colorful varieties as pets. Keeping carp became a popular craze in Japan and created a market in which the most colo...
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So very beautiful.....Id love to do that....
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Monumental wall pieces: explore the multifaceted art of mural-making: goo.gl/eNbKPz #StreetArtProject  
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On Wednesday, 22 April at 4pm CET (10am EST), the +Mundaneum is inviting Katy Börner (Indiana University) for an online Art Talk about her latest book, “Atlas of Knowledge. Anyone can map” and data literacy. Her presentation of what mapping can bring to the understanding of science and technology data will be followed by a conversation with specialists Andrea Scharnhorst (KNAW-VKS) and Almila Akdag (UCLA-VKS).
 
We live in “a time when data literacy is becoming almost as important as language literacy. The Atlas of Knowledge intends to empower anyone to map and make sense of science and technology data to improve daily decision making.” Atlas of Knowledge, Katy Börner, MIT Press, 2015.

The Mundaneum, brainchild of Paul Otlet – the “father of the Internet idea” – and Henri La Fontaine, Nobel Peace Prize 1913, is now an archives center and museum space devoted to their heritage and its translation into today’s digital culture. One of their preoccupations was to collect, classify and share information, including graphics and maps.

Katy Börner (Professor of Information Science) and Andrea Scharnhorst (Head of e-Research, Data Archiving and Networked Services) are both scientific advisors for the Mundaneum exhibition Mapping Knowledge, understanding the world through data (June 12, 2015 – May 29, 2016). Almila Akdag works on technoscience art and information visualization.
 
Follow #ArtTalks  and +Mundaneum for updates and ask questions during the live talk on hangout using the hashtag #AtlasofKnowledge  
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Discover the story of Impressionism through the eyes of Paul Durand-Ruel at our exhibition 'Inventing Impressionism': http://bit.ly/1Os1pII
It was the artist Mary Cassatt who persuaded her brother Alexander, the president of the Pennsylvania Railroad, to buy this work 'The Ballet Class' by Degas.
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Beasts, brutes and other animals: Meet ROA, the Belgian street artist taking a walk on the wild side: goo.gl/itLIIX #StreetArtProject
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The Water Tank Project quite literally wrapped the New York skyline in art: goo.gl/VhVrnz #StreetArtProject 
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Take 1 London area, gather 11 artists & see their interpretation of classic Baroque works: goo.gl/8Y8gMf #StreetArtProject #Dulwich
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Happy birthday Vincent van Gogh! Enjoy over 160 artworks by the master in the click of a mouse: http://goo.gl/M6c82t
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Explore the story behind the art: Follow Kashink on her journey to create a piece of art in Paris http://goo.gl/uEBjUi ‪#‎StreetArtProject‬
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On last day of Women’s History Month let’s celebrate strong, bold women
Madame Bonnier de la Mosson, a member of Parisian society whose literary salon was a popular meeting place for the most noted people of her day, appears as Diana, goddess of the moon, the forest, and the hunt. 

Who are the women who have inspired you? Share below.

Portrait of Madame Bonnier de la Mosson as Diana (Constance-Gabrielle-Magdeleine du Monciel de Lauraille), Jean-Marc Nattier, 1742: bit.ly/1EGQGT0  
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Gif-iti's creator INSA & street artist ROID painted a wall four times in a single day to achieve the motion effects needed to bring this Gif-iti to life. 

Discover more at goo.gl/ObqrUl #StreetArtProject 
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Discover 120 years of history of architecture of +Gam Torino  with this new exhibit: http://goo.gl/guscYJ   #architectureMW   #MuseumWeek  
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120 anni di storia architettonica del Museo Civico di Arte Moderna e Contemporanea di Torino  - Un percorso per la #MuseumWeek 2015
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