Archaeologists have unearthed a 2,000-year-old statue of the Roman God Hercules at the site of the ancient Greek city of Philippi in Northern Greece. Philippi has long been believed to be one of the most promising archaeological sites in […]
There appears to be a new painting by the Italian Renaissance great Raphael, and we have an unusual source to thank: facial recognition technology. Based on the close similarities of the face of the Madonna in the previously unattributed de Brécy […]
Country: United States Birth: 1977 I’m a full-time vagabond, traveling to visit and photograph locations that interest me from a cultural perspective. This has to lead me to over 60 countries in the past 11 years, with my […]
Country: Belgium Birth: 1978 Pascal Mannaerts is a freelance photographer based in Brussels. Blessed with an artistic bent and wanderlust, he discovered photography during his student years. Sharing and recording his travel adventures became a priority. A first […]
Maltese Metal Heads – ‘ALIGN THE TIDE’ unleash their second track with the video – “Unbreakable” from their highly anticipated upcoming album – “Hollow”. The album will be released on August 26th, 2022 via Cleopatra Records. “Unbreakable” is now […]
Country: United States Birth: 1977 Amy Anderson is an award-winning portrait photographer living in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Her work has been exhibited internationally and hangs in local and national galleries, museums and private collections. She has had works acquired by […]
Country: Netherlands Max van der Wal has been educated as a sound artist at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague, Netherlands and afterwards has broadened his spectrum of work by researching computer graphics and analogue film processes. During […]
It’s hard not to be awestruck standing in front of the Parthenon marbles. The collection of sculptures adorned the famous archeological site, which was originally built as a temple to Athena in mid-400 B.C.E. and is one of the […]
No other 17th-century Dutch painter devoted as much attention to the rendering of cartographic works as Vermeer. In six of his paintings, an identifiable map adorns the walls of a domestic space. Vermeer followed the maps’ contents and proportions scrupulously, […]
The rapper and grime music pioneer Skepta has been revealing another artistic side in recent months. Earlier this week, the British-Nigerian rapper sold an original painting for £81,900 GBP ($94,660) as part of Sotheby’s “Contemporary Curated” sale, easily exceeding […]
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The Photos of the Week
Merritt Island, Florida, US
Nasa’s new rocket lifts off from the Kennedy Space Centre in Cape Canaveral as seen from Merritt Island. Two hurricanes, two months, and a number of technical fixes since previous launch attempts were thwarted, and Nasa’s Artemis 1, the most powerful space rocket in history, was finally on course for the moon after lifting off from Florida this week.
Photograph: Malcolm Denemark/AP
Cracked earth is visible at a tributary leading into the dried arid stretch of the Poyang Lake in the province of Jiangxi. A prolonged drought since July has dramatically shrunk China’s biggest freshwater lake
Photograph: Ng Han Guan/AP
San Antonio de Areco, Argentina
A girl rides a horse during the 83rd Tradition Festival. The celebration aims to preserve gaucho traditions. A gaucho is described as a countryman, nomadic horseman, and cowboy of the Argentine Pampas.