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Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce are called ‘hypocrites’ by some fans who criticize their lifestyle patterns

Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce are called 'hypocrites' by some fans who criticize their lifestyle patterns  Marca.com

Weekend read: Best Lifestyle stories on food, family and faith in case you missed them earlier

Weekend read: Best Lifestyle stories on food, family and faith in case you missed them earlier  Fox News

Modern ranchers: A Citrus County couple chooses an old Florida lifestyle

Modern ranchers: A Citrus County couple chooses an old Florida lifestyle  WUFT

Eating this level of proteins for breakfast can damage your arteries, says study

Eating this level of proteins for breakfast can damage your arteries, says study  The Indian Express

Three lifestyle factors that can cause dementia – how to reduce risk

Three lifestyle factors that can cause dementia - and how to reduce the risk  The Mirror

Glimpse into man’s minimalist lifestyle has viewers hooked—’normalize this’

Glimpse Into Man's Minimalist Lifestyle Has Viewers Hooked—'Normalize This'  Newsweek

George Condo and Avant Arte Collaborate on Three Silkscreen Prints

American artist George Condo is working with Avant Arte on the release of three highly limited silkscreen prints. The collaboration is made in partnership with the Dia Art Foundation and produced by London's Make-Ready studio, with full proceeds benefitting Dia's commitment to supporting solo and group exhibitions, as well as site-specific installations around the world. The trio of prints, Prismatic Head Composition, Lost in Time, Portrait and Head, are all adaptations of previous canvas paintings. Condo, whose only held two previous jobs before pursuing art full time, draws from his earlier experiences working for the Dia Art Foundation and the silkscreen printing techniques he learned during his time at Andy Warhol's Factory, resulting in three highly expressive prints that come as a ba...

The ‘Art of the Brick’ LEGO Exhibition Returns to London

While not normally associated with the fine art world, LEGO will be placed on a pedestal in a new exhibition on view at The Boiler House in London. The Art of the Brick is produced by immersive entertainment company Exhibition Hub in partnership with Fever and will showcase over 100 LEGO sculptures, made of millions of tiny bricks. Visitors will experience some of the most recognizable works from art history reimagined as whimsical LEGO creations — from Vincent Van Gogh's Starry Night to Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa. Each piece has been crafted by American artist and master LEGO builder Nathan Sawaya, who previously toured monumental creations in Sydney, Shanghai, Paris, Rome and New York."London holds a special place in my heart and I'm very excited to be bringing the Art of the Brick b...

She left a wild lifestyle but thanks to the Virgin Mary found true happiness in God

She left a wild lifestyle but thanks to the Virgin Mary found true happiness in God  Catholic News Agency

Pisces Daily Horoscope Today, February 23, 2024 predicts a change in lifestyle

Pisces Daily Horoscope Today, February 23, 2024 predicts a change in lifestyle  Hindustan Times

Wolfgang Tillmans Reflects on Time and Temporality in New Exhibition

German photographer Wolfgang Tillmans will present a new solo exhibition at David Zwirner's Hong Kong location next month. The forthcoming show will be the Turner-prize winner's fifth with the gallery and encompasses images shot in Addis Ababa, Berlin, Lagos, and Mongolia, amongst other locations. Tillmans images, though at times featuring euphoric abstractions, distill notions of 'high' and 'low' brow art in favor of ordinary scenes that implores one to view the world without fear. As has been well documented, his early interests in music, not photography, held a bigger attraction for Tillmans as he began capturing the lifestyles of Berlin and London's nightlife during the 1990s. Standout works on view include Filled with Light (2011), which depicts the momentary orange glow of the sunset...

A New Book Pays Homage to London’s Legendary Dragon Bar

The Dragon Bar 1998-2008 is a newly published ode to a long-gone — but not forgotten — venue. During its decade of operations, the influence and impact of London’s Dragon Bar wasn’t regarded as anything particularly special. In the aftermath of its closure, however, the venue has gained something of a cult status as one of the defining underground hotspots of street art.Published under their zine Pavement Licker and created by James-Lee Duffy and Josh Jones, the 300-page book is billed as an “oral history” of the bar with contributions from those who witnessed the chaos of the Dragon Bar firsthand.The book contains interviews with street artists such as Banksy, Faile, INVADER, ELK, Mode 2, EINE, Lucie Flynn, CEPT, Sweet Toof, AIKO and James Jessop, among others.During the Dragon Bar’s life...