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DPR-Daily Press Release:Blinky Palermo's abstraction, a Picasso sold to aid uni research, Indian Sanskriti Express, photographer Chaskielberg to win L'Iris d'Or


Dedication to abstraction is the principal theme of the exhibition dedicated to American artist Blinky Palermo, whose artworks are being shown at Washington’s Hirshhorn Museum. Here porosity comes across as openness to history and smart proposals to the intricacy of visual experience, according to The New York Times.

On June the 21st an anonymous donor is planning to sell  the imporant Picasso painting “Young girl asleep” at an auction at Christie’s. The proceeds from the artwork, estimated to be worth ranges from 10 to 13.5 million Euros, according to Le Figaro, will be wholly donated to the University of Sidney for research.

The Indian Railway has launched a special train exhibition based on the life of artist Tagore, called “Sanskriti Express.” The show displays his paintings as well as his contributions towards art and literature. The Times of India gives details as to how the train reached Cantonment Railway Station last Monday to stop on platform 9 until today, for the enjoyment of all.

Photographer Alejandro Chaskielberg lived for two years in Argentinian Paranà with its native population, and took a series of photographs testifying to their way of life. He has been awarded the highest attribution within the Sony world Photography Award, known as L’Iris d’Or.  The ceremony, thoroughly reported by The Guardian,  took place last night at the Odeon Leicester Square in London. (selection curated by eleonora galasso)


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