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How to train like a proper superhero with Marvel’s Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N.

How to train like a proper superhero with Marvel’s Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N.

Exhibition, Exhibition
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VepMYfgC3ow Being a superhero is everyone's dream, but do you have what it takes to become an Avenger? Are you ready to fight the dark side when needed? If you want to train like a proper superhero, Marvel's Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N. is the place to go. The exhibition takes place at the ExCel in East London and you grab your tickets here Here are the highlights why you should head to Marvel's Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N. right now. The Interactive Games This is where the fun begins! The interactive sections displayed throughout the entire S.T.A.T.I.O.N. will make you train like a proper Avenger. Find out how Thor, Captain America, Iron Man and Black Panther became the most known superheros of the world, ready to fight for our safety.  Captain A
Strange Days: Memories of the Future review

Strange Days: Memories of the Future review

Arts, Entertainment, Exhibition
Strange Days: Memories of the Future is presented by The Store X and New Museum, in collaboration with The Vinyl Factory. It is an exhibition that mixes video and film installations by 21 acclaimed artists whom all have exhibited at the New Museum in New York in the last ten years. Spread over three floors the exhibition is a dreamy labyrinth with every video presenting a new dream to fall into. It is an immersive show that considers how images shape memories. There is no actual time or theme in the exhibition and some of the videos might not even make any sense from the first glimpse, just like real dreams. As the official glossary states, “In many of the videos in the exhibition, technology is both a subject and medium - perhaps even a talisman - in peculiar parables that expand
Schiele/Klimt review-two geniuses who shared the same passions

Schiele/Klimt review-two geniuses who shared the same passions

art, Arts, Exhibition
This lavish collection from the Austrian painters, young Egon Schiele, and masterful Gustav Klimt, reveals an enduring journey through their minds. Two figures embracing each other lovingly. It’s tender but there’s a touch of sadness in her gaze. Her eyes remain closed with sorrow but she continues to embrace him with warmth. The drawing, replete with golden rings and rough circular shapes, reveals part of the artist’s studies for one of the most remarkable works of art of the 20th century; The Kiss. It was in 1906 when the young and insightful Egon Schiele (1890-1918) arrived in Vienna for the first time to pursue his desires of becoming an artist. When he first met Gustav Klimt (1862-1918) in 1908, Klimt was already a well-settled artist who Schiele profoundly admired. It is in
“We are bombarded by images of others… we feel powerless to escape”

“We are bombarded by images of others… we feel powerless to escape”

Entertainment, Exhibition, Featured
Art that explores self-perception will be on display at London’s Zebra One Gallery in an exhibition named Identity. The curator, Gabrielle du Plooy, told the Voice of London: “The definition of identity is who you are, the way you think about yourself, the way you are viewed by the world and the characteristics that define you. This work is all about how we and society perceive our looks and our bodies.” Some of the artists have chosen to portray body dysmorphic disorder (BDD). Derrick Santini has donated unseen photos of Lady Gaga, who famously struggled with anorexia and bulimia from the age of 15. He took the pictures in 2009, just before the singer had her big break with Just Dance. https://www.instagram.com/p/ss9P-8pFPd/ Talking about the photos to the BBC, Santini said: “
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