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Virtual Exhibition of Bob Dylan’s artworks

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The exhibition is expected to run until January 31 at the Halcyon Gallery in New Bond Street in London. Obviously with the fact that London is now in Tier 3 it is not always possible to go and see it in person. But don’t panic you can also see the virtual version here.

Although primarily known as a songwriter and musician as well as a Nobel Prize winner in Literature, Bob Dylan has been painting for decades. His first real exhibition was in Germany in 2007 and last year he had his first retrospective exhibition in Shanghai, China.

In this exhibition you will see rare, archival and limited edition artwork by Bob Dylan, with works created over the past 12 years. Bob Dylan prefers to do landscape paintings as you can easily see. Many of his landscapes are of the places he has been while traveling when touring.

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See London like you have never seen it before!

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The Unreal City exhibition is over but you can now see it in your home via a free app that you can find here until February 7th.

The objective is to transform the city into an immersive art gallery in augmented reality (AR). An initiative of the AR Acute Art and Dazed Media app, the exhibit featured 36 digital sculptures by artists from around the world and was organized as a riverside walking tour at a time when indoor museums had become completely inaccessible due to COVID-19.

Featuring images of some of the sculptures and words from artists including Olafur Eliasson, Tomás Saraceno, Cao Fei and many others.

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Online exhibition of Fantastic Beasts by the Natural History Museum

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As we are not able to go to the Natural History Museum we can at least visit the Fantastic Beasts virtual exhibition thanks to Google Arts & Culture.

It must be said that despite everything this virtual version is quite interesting. There are different things to watch, strange animals to discover and different activities suitable for all ages.

There are articles about weird animals that look great but really exist, about conservation, about legends, There are fantastic animals to color, a quiz and you can create your own fantastic animals too.

We also find a gallery dedicated to the history of mythological animals and  a puzzle. In conclusion, it is really worth taking a virtual trip to this exhibition at the Natural History Museum in London.

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Travel Attention! Banksy in Paris – Exhibition Opening extended to 31st December 2020

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The World of Banksy The Immersive Exhibition opening has been extended to December 31st 2020.  It is situated at Espace Lafayette-Drouot, with three late night openings on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays until 10pm.  Social distancing is observed.  The nearest Metro is 7 Le Pelletier. 
Official Website . Over 100 works are shown, some of which are from private collections. Upstairs is the original Banksy’s Kissing Coppers. Then there are stunning reproductions by street artists of some of his most famous works.
When you have visited the Exhibition, there is still plenty of Banksy to see – his work is all over Paris!  Fifteen minutes’ walk from the Effel Tower is a street drawing of a couple of rats admiring it from afar.  The nearest metro station is Passy Bir Hakeim. While there you may enjoy a pleasant walk by the Seine along the Allee des Cygnes. 
 
A rat flying through the air on a champagne cork can be seen on a staircase, near the Sacre Coeur in the Montmartre district of Paris! 
These are just two of the rodents depicted by Banksy in the streets of Paris and others appear in sometimes hidden corners.   The nearest
Metro Station is Jules Joffrin. 
Possibly these rats are signatures left by Banksy, as he is thought to have depicted himself as a rat in an artwork, now missing from the Pompidou Centre.
 A serious work of art is the stencil sprayed onto the fire escape door at the Bataclan concert hall. It shows a Mourning Girl left to commemorate the people, who died there in 2015
Metro Station: Oberkampf Filles du Calvaire Saint Ambroise 

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