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Robert Rauschenberg, Cy + Roman Steps (I–V), 1952, printed ca. 1997

Robert Rauschenberg, Cy + Roman Steps (I–V), 1952, printed ca. 1997

A lot of Victorian era photos we’ve seen are always serious, so we have this prejudiced notion that people in the 1800s simply didn’t blend well with fun. Well, these pictures will show that it wasn’t always the case. Theories arise as to why Victorians constantly have dour-looking photos: 1) Lengthy exposure times made smiling […]

Photos Of Victorians Proving They Weren’t As Serious As You Thought

A lot of Victorian era photos we’ve seen are always serious, so we have this prejudiced notion that people in the 1800s simply didn’t blend well with fun. Well, these pictures will show that it wasn’t always the case. Theories arise as to why Victorians constantly have dour-looking photos: 1) Lengthy exposure times made smiling […]

Georgina Starr - Dining

Georgina Starr - Dining

The Importance of the Obvious: a closer look at the characteristics of materials

Kollektiv Plus Zwei find the sweet spot between art, design and styling

African American man standing behind horse-drawn cart of large watermelons, one falling off the side (early 20th century). Uncommon Photographs from 100 Years of Daily African American Life

African American man standing behind horse-drawn cart of large watermelons, one falling off the side (early 20th century). Uncommon Photographs from 100 Years of Daily African American Life

Alhazen's work extensively affected the development of optics in Europe between 1260 and 1650.  The Book of Optics was translated into Latin by an unknown scholar at the end of the 12th (or the beginning of the 13th) century. The work was influential during the Middle Ages. It was printed by Friedrich Risner in 1572, as part of his collection Opticae thesaurus. This included a book on twilight falsely attributed to Alhazen, as well as a work on optics by Witelo.

Alhazen's work extensively affected the development of optics in Europe between 1260 and 1650. The Book of Optics was translated into Latin by an unknown scholar at the end of the 12th (or the beginning of the 13th) century. The work was influential during the Middle Ages. It was printed by Friedrich Risner in 1572, as part of his collection Opticae thesaurus. This included a book on twilight falsely attributed to Alhazen, as well as a work on optics by Witelo.

28 January 2016 – 21 February 2016 Winner of the Kaunas Photography Gallery OPEN CALL’15 Geistė M. Kinčinaitytė’ exhibition You Belong to Me will be opened at the Kaunas Photography Gallery, on …

28 January 2016 – 21 February 2016 Winner of the Kaunas Photography Gallery OPEN CALL’15 Geistė M. Kinčinaitytė’ exhibition You Belong to Me will be opened at the Kaunas Photography Gallery, on …

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