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CUBA-USA/
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May 29, 2015
U.S. printmaker Cas Overton (C) from Richmond, and a group of U.S. artists and art curators, who came...
Havana, Cuba
U.S. printmaker Cas Overton from Richmond, and a group of U.S. artists and art curators, who came to...
U.S. printmaker Cas Overton (C) from Richmond, and a group of U.S. artists and art curators, who came to visit the 12th Havana Biennial, watch Cuban artist Ibrahim Miranda's creations at his atelier in Havana, May 29, 2015. The United States formally dropped Cuba from a list of state sponsors of terrorism on Friday, an important step toward restoring diplomatic ties but one that will have limited effect on removing U.S. sanctions on the Communist-ruled island. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
PHILIPPINES/
RTXW7XK
January 05, 2011
A worker prints an image of "The Black Nazarene" on a t-shirt inside a printing shop in Manila January...
Manila, Philippines
A worker prints an image of "The Black Nazarene" in Manila
A worker prints an image of "The Black Nazarene" on a t-shirt inside a printing shop in Manila January 5, 2011. The Black Nazarene (Nuestro Padre Jes?s Nazareno) is a life-sized, dark-coloured, wooden sculpture of Jesus Christ that travelled all the way from Mexico through a galleon and is believed to be miraculous. Thousands of Filipino devotees will join the procession of the The Black Nazarene in Manila on Sunday, and believe that whoever touches the Nazarene will be healed of their diseases or receive a miracle. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
MACEDONIA
RTXPIV8
October 11, 2009
A woodcutter works in the forest near Berovo, 160 km (100 miles) east of Skopje, October 10, 2009. ...
Berovo, Macedonia
A woodcutter works in the forest near Berovo
A woodcutter works in the forest near Berovo, 160 km (100 miles) east of Skopje, October 10, 2009. REUTERS/Ognen Teofilovski(MACEDONIA ENERGY ENVIRONMENT)
ITALY
RTR27NK6
September 10, 2009
A worker views a length of printed fabric in a factory of silk textile company Mantero Seta, in Como...
Como, Italy
Worker views length of printed fabric in a factory in Como
A worker views a length of printed fabric in a factory of silk textile company Mantero Seta, in Como June 3, 2009. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo (ITALY)
ITALY
RTR27NJW
September 10, 2009
A worker views printed fabric in the silk textile company Mantero Seta's factory in Como June 3, 2009....
Como, Italy
Worker views printed fabric in the silk textile company Mantero Seta's factory in Como
A worker views printed fabric in the silk textile company Mantero Seta's factory in Como June 3, 2009. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo (ITALY)
RUSSIA/
RTXAOL6
November 17, 2008
Visitors look at works by famous British artist William Turner on the opening day of the exhibition of...
Moscow, Russia
Visitors look at works by famous British artist urner in Moscow
Visitors look at works by famous British artist William Turner on the opening day of the exhibition of his works in Moscow November 17, 2008. One hundred and twelve works by Turner, an English Romantic landscape painter, watercolourist and printmaker of the 19th century, from the Tate Gallery, are going to be exhibited in Moscow's Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA/
RTXAOL5
November 17, 2008
Visitors stand near works by famous British artist William Turner on the opening day of the exhibition...
Moscow, Russia
Visitors stand near works by famous British artist Turner in Moscow
Visitors stand near works by famous British artist William Turner on the opening day of the exhibition of his works in Moscow November 17, 2008. One hundred and twelve works by Turner, an English Romantic landscape painter, watercolourist and printmaker of the 19th century, from the Tate Gallery, are going to be exhibited in Moscow's Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA/
RTXAOKZ
November 17, 2008
Russian businessman Alisher Usmanov (R) visits an exhibition of works by famous British artist William...
Moscow, Russia
Russian businessman Usmanov visits an exhibition of works by famous British artist Turner in Moscow
Russian businessman Alisher Usmanov (R) visits an exhibition of works by famous British artist William Turner in Moscow November 17, 2008. One hundred and twelve works by Turner, an English Romantic landscape painter, watercolourist and printmaker of the 19th century, from the Tate Gallery, are going to be exhibited in Moscow's Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA/
RTXAOKW
November 17, 2008
Russian businessman Alisher Usmanov visits an exhibition of works by famous British artist William Turner...
Moscow, Russia
Russian businessman Usmanov visits exhibition of works by famous British artist Turner in Moscow
Russian businessman Alisher Usmanov visits an exhibition of works by famous British artist William Turner in Moscow November 17, 2008. One hundred and twelve works by Turner, an English Romantic landscape painter, watercolourist and printmaker of the 19th century, from the Tate Gallery, are going to be exhibited in Moscow's Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA/
RTXAOK0
November 17, 2008
A visitor stands near the work of famous British artist William Turner on the opening day of the exhibition...
Moscow, Russia
Visitor stands near the work of famous British artist Turner in Moscow
A visitor stands near the work of famous British artist William Turner on the opening day of the exhibition of his works in Moscow November 17, 2008. One hundred and twelve works by Turner, an English Romantic landscape painter, watercolourist and printmaker of the 19th century, from the Tate Gallery, are going to be exhibited in Moscow's Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA/
RTXAOJV
November 17, 2008
A visitor look at works by famous British artist William Turner on the opening day of the exhibition...
Moscow, Russia
Visitor look at works by British artist William Turner in Moscow
A visitor look at works by famous British artist William Turner on the opening day of the exhibition of his works in Moscow, November 17, 2008. One hundred and twelve works by Turner, an English Romantic landscape painter, watercolourist and printmaker of the 19th century, from the Tate Gallery, are going to be exhibited in Moscow's Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA)
BRAZIL-PICASSO/
RTR21CLN
August 18, 2008
Brazilian police display the recovered Pablo Picasso print, "Minotaur, Drinker and Women", in Sao Paulo...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Brazilian police display the recovered Pablo Picasso print, "Minotaur, Drinker and Women", in Sao Paulo...
Brazilian police display the recovered Pablo Picasso print, "Minotaur, Drinker and Women", in Sao Paulo August 18, 2008. Police recovered the print that was stolen with three other valuable artworks from Sao Paulo's Pinacoteca Museum in broad daylight in June. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL)
HONGKONG/
RTX669T
May 26, 2008
Visitors look at a ten-piece set paper screenprint of Mao Zedong by Andy Warhol, which is part of Warhol's...
Hong Kong, China
Visitors look at a ten-piece set paper screenprint of Mao Zedong by Andy Warhol in Hong Kong
Visitors look at a ten-piece set paper screenprint of Mao Zedong by Andy Warhol, which is part of Warhol's series of the late Chinese leader, displayed at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre during Christie's 2008 Spring Sales May 26, 2008. REUTERS/Victor Fraile (CHINA)
HONGKONG/
RTX669Q
May 26, 2008
A visitor looks at a ten-piece set paper screenprint of Mao Zedong by Andy Warhol, which is part of Warhol's...
Hong Kong, China
A visitor looks at a ten-piece set paper screenprint of Mao Zedong by Andy Warhol in Hong Kong
A visitor looks at a ten-piece set paper screenprint of Mao Zedong by Andy Warhol, which is part of Warhol's series of the late Chinese leader, displayed at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre during Christie's 2008 Spring Sales May 26, 2008. REUTERS/Victor Fraile (CHINA)
HONGKONG/
RTX669L
May 26, 2008
A visitor looks at a ten-piece set paper screenprint of Mao Zedong by Andy Warhol, which is part of Warhol's...
Hong Kong, China
A visitor looks at a ten-piece set paper screenprint of Mao Zedong by Andy Warhol in Hong Kong
A visitor looks at a ten-piece set paper screenprint of Mao Zedong by Andy Warhol, which is part of Warhol's series of the late Chinese leader, displayed at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre during Christie's 2008 Spring Sales May 26, 2008. REUTERS/Victor Fraile (CHINA)
HONGKONG/
RTX668Y
May 26, 2008
A security guard walks past Andy Warhol's over 14-foot-high painting entitled "Mao", which is part of...
Hong Kong, China
A security guard walks past Andy Warhol's over 14-foot-high painting entitled "Mao" in Hong Kong
A security guard walks past Andy Warhol's over 14-foot-high painting entitled "Mao", which is part of Warhol's series of the late Chinese leader Mao Zedong, displayed at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre during Christie's 2008 Spring Sales May 26, 2008. REUTERS/Victor Fraile (CHINA)
ART-NEW YORK/WHITNEY
RTR1XVXS
March 04, 2008
A woman looks at "strike" an installation of 540 chromogenic prints by artist Shannon Ebner during a...
New York, UNITED STATES
A woman looks at "strike" an installation of 540 chromogenic prints by artist Shannon Ebner during a...
A woman looks at "strike" an installation of 540 chromogenic prints by artist Shannon Ebner during a preview of the Whitney Museum of American Art's Biennial 2008 exhibition in New York, March 4, 2008. Eighty-one artists are participating in the 2008 Whitney Biennial which opens March 6 and runs through June 1, 2008. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES)
INDONESIA/
RTR1VVM0
January 16, 2008
Workers use copper stamps to imprint patterns onto traditional Javanese textile called batik at a workshop...
Solo, Indonesia
Workers use copper stamps to imprint patterns onto batik at a workshop in Solo
Workers use copper stamps to imprint patterns onto traditional Javanese textile called batik at a workshop in Solo, Indonesia's Central Java province January 16, 2008. A number of textile companies plan to build new garment factories with a total investment of $122 million this year, Benny Soetrisno, the chairman of Indonesian Textile Association (API) said last week. In 2007, Indonesia exported 380,000 tons of garment valued at $5.97 billion or an increase of 13.2% from the previous year. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA)
AUSTRALIA/
RTR1PANC
May 03, 2007
A model shows off a garment by Australian label Ksubi during a show at Australian Fashion Week in Sydney...
Sydney, Australia
A model shows off a garment by Australian label Ksubi during a show at Australian Fashion Week in Sydney...
A model shows off a garment by Australian label Ksubi during a show at Australian Fashion Week in Sydney May 3, 2007. A total of 76 designers from the Asia-Pacific region will showcase their designs in individual, women's and men's ready-to-wear and New Generation shows over five days. REUTERS/Will Burgess (AUSTRALIA)
USA
RTXMTZE
August 09, 2004
A woman waiting for an elevated commuter train looks at portraits of U.S. soldiers who have died in Iraq,...
Chicago, USA
A woman waiting for an elevated commuter train looks at portraits of U.S. soldiers who have died in .....
A woman waiting for an elevated commuter train looks at portraits of U.S. soldiers who have died in Iraq, which are displayed in the windows of the Chicago Printmakers Collective, August 9, 2004. Although over 920 U.S. servicemen have died in Iraq since March 2003, the windows of the building only have room for 648 photographs.
USA
RTXMTZ6
August 09, 2004
Portraits of U.S. soldiers who have died in Iraq are displayed in the windows of the Chicago Printmakers...
Chicago, USA
Portraits of U.S. soldiers who have died in Iraq are displayed in the windows of the Chicago Printma.....
Portraits of U.S. soldiers who have died in Iraq are displayed in the windows of the Chicago Printmakers Collective, in Chicago, Illinois August 9, 2004. Although over 920 U.S. servicemen have died in Iraq since March 2003, the windows of the building only have room for 648 photographs.
US IRAQ
RTR8BMW
August 09, 2004
A woman waiting for an elevated commuter train looks at portraits of U.S. soldiers who have died in Iraq,...
Chicago
A woman looks at portraits of U.S. soldiers killed in Iraq which are displayed on a building in Chicago....
A woman waiting for an elevated commuter train looks at portraits of U.S. soldiers who have died in Iraq, which are displayed in the windows of the Chicago Printmakers Collective, August 9, 2004. Although over 920 U.S. servicemen have died in Iraq since March 2003, the windows of the building only have room for 648 photographs. REUTERS/John Gress JG
US IRAQ
RTR8BMF
August 09, 2004
Portraits of U.S. soldiers who have died in Iraq are displayed in the windows of the Chicago Printmakers...
Chicago
Portraits of U.S. soldiers killed in Iraq are displayed on a building in Chicago.
Portraits of U.S. soldiers who have died in Iraq are displayed in the windows of the Chicago Printmakers Collective, in Chicago, Illinois August 9, 2004. Although over 920 U.S. servicemen have died in Iraq since March 2003, the windows of the building only have room for 648 photographs. REUTERS/John Gress JG
CUBA ART USA
RTR65ML
July 08, 2004
U.S. photographer Richard Falco (L) and U.S. printmaker Gunar Prande stand together during the "Date...
Havana, Cuba
U.S. ARTISTS FALCO AND PRANDE EXHIBIT THEIR WORK AT CUBAN MEMORIAL.
U.S. photographer Richard Falco (L) and U.S. printmaker Gunar Prande stand together during the "Date with the Angels" exhibit at the Jose Marti Memorial in Havana, July 8, 2004. "Date with the Angels" features the work of 40 Cuban artists, who worked directly on lithographs produced at the School of Visual Arts in New York, to express their reactions to the 9/11 disaster at the World Trade Center. The images are derived from two documentary photographs by Falco, taken in the immediate aftermath of the attack. REUTERS/Rafael Perez CD
AUSTRALIA
RTXI6PD
July 06, 1998
Taliv Mo Samsudin of Singapore stands with his sculpture of metal pieces at the Royal Melbourne Institute...
Taliv Mo Samsudin of Singapore stands with his sculpture of metal pieces at the Royal Melbourne Inst.....
Taliv Mo Samsudin of Singapore stands with his sculpture of metal pieces at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) July 6. The 1.83 metre tall by 45 centremetres wide piece, is made of steel welded together and oxidised for a rusted effect. The sculpture was put together as part of a 64-week Diploma of Arts in Visual Arts and Display course. The course offers study in photography, painting, drawing, sculpture, printmaking and digital imaging media.
RTRFDMU
July 06, 1998
Taliv Mo Samsudin of Singapore stands with his sculpture of metal pieces at the Royal Melbourne Institute...
Australia
SINGAPORE ARTIST STANDS WITH HIS WORK OF STEEL IN MELBOURNE.
Taliv Mo Samsudin of Singapore stands with his sculpture of metal pieces at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) July 6. The 1.83 metre tall by 45 centremetres wide piece, is made of steel welded together and oxidised for a rusted effect. The sculpture was put together as part of a 64-week Diploma of Arts in Visual Arts and Display course. The course offers study in photography, painting, drawing, sculpture, printmaking and digital imaging media.

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