Natural History Museum Reveals Earliest Human Skull-Cups

14,700-year-old human skull-cup to go on display to visitors on 1 March 2011 Research published by palaeoanthropologists at the Natural History Museum, London, reveals Britain’s strange past with the earliest known examples of human skull-cups (containers made from human skulls) in the world, and the first evidence for their manufacture in the UK. A replica […]

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Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona MACBA Collection

Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona MACBA Collection

Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona presents MACBA Collection on view through 4 September 2011. The MACBA Collection, which includes works owned by Catalan, Spanish and European institutions, both public and private, provides MACBA with a guiding thematic thread; it operates as both genetic code and test bench in the Museum project. The goal behind it […]

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Centro Cultural Montehermoso Kulturunea Current Exhibitions

January 11–May 22, 2011 – WORKS FROM PARKETT COLLECTION The Parkett magazine was founded in Zurich in 1984 by a group of friends, with the idea of generating an open exchange between artists and writers on art in Europe and the United States. With this in mind, Parkett opened offices in Zurich and New York […]

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Centro Cultural Montehermoso Kulturunea Presents TIERRA DE NADIE

Centro Cultural Montehermoso Kulturunea Presents TIERRA DE NADIE

“¿Tierra de nadie?” (No Man’s Land?) is an exhibition that explores complex processes of land appropriation and different forms of popular resistance which incorporate a fundamental criticism of the logic of private property as the foundation of an economic and political system—liberal capitalism—and of a logic of fragmented social relationships. From the enclosure of the […]

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