July 15, 2024 8:15 AM

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Street Up Tours Launches Art Walks in Belgrade, Serbia

The art scene makes up the culture and identity of Belgrade. In one way, it has transformed some decadent objects through the past and paved way for the rising beat of artistry.

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'Charging Bull' Is Mad At 'Fearless Girl' Statue For Violating Rights

"Charging Bull" creator Arturo Di Modica said that the "Fearless Girl" has violated his intellectual property rights by changing the message of his artwork.

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Artists Stand On Ban, Wall of 700 Immigrants' Backpacks To Be Showcased At Manhattan Gallery

When President Donald Trump opts to have a wall built along the US Border against Mexico, artists made a stand on which side they are on in the immigration ban. The Manhattan Gallery has created their own wall of 700 immigrants' backpacks to acknowledge the migrants who illegally crossed the U.S. border that led some to their death.

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Airline Tray Tables Become Artists' Canvas

Upon boarding Delta Air Lines 767 you'll find its tray tables turned into works of art that "celebrates themes of optimism, travel, refreshment, and happiness." In cooperation with the Coca-Cola Company, Delta invited 12 artists around the world to showcase their works 35,000 feet above the ground.

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There's A Campaign To Save Vincent Van Gogh’s Grave

Vincent Willem van Gogh was one of the most famous Impressionist painters and influential figures in the 1800's. His death was a tragic affair and even more or on how he was buried and what his plain and mundane gravesite is faring. To show more respect to the profound artist, the village council of Auvers-sur-Oise and members of the Institut Van Gogh seeks to restore the late artist's gravesite.

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