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Aspen is For Art Lovers This Summer

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While Aspen is best known as a winter wonderland for skiers this lovely mountain community is all about art in this summer! The 13th annual Aspen Antiques, Jewelry & Fine Art Fair (July 2 – 10, 2016) kicks off the season when the town will come alive with visitors who have a passion for discovering rare, museum-caliber treasures and new frontiers in art,…

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Vincent van Gogh’s “The Bedroom” Brought to Life at The Ritz-Carlton, Chicago

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The Ritz-Carlton, Chicago has created an ““Explore Your Inner van Gogh” package in conjunction with the opening of the Chicago Van Gogh exhibition at The Art Institute of Chicago. This marks the first time in North America that three versions of a famous Vincent van Gogh painting will be shown together. The Ritz-Carlton hotel package includes: Two VIP tickets to The Art…

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Dream Hotels Partners with Artist Mark Anthony Green for Art Basel Miami

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Photo Credit: George Elder  Dream Hotels, in partnership with prominent Brooklyn-based artist Mark Anthony Green, announces a series of exclusive events at Dream South Beach in Miami. The events will feature never-before-seen artwork and celebrations taking place in tandem with Art Basel, North America’s foremost modern and contemporary art fair. The activations continue Dream Hotels’ ongoing commitment to partnering with top…

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Artist Spotlight: Marko Stout

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Marko Stout is on a worldwide tour. With exhibits booked for the next 2 years, the innovated, eclectic artist will be making appearances everywhere from New York, California, Miami, Amsterdam, Paris and Germany at some of the biggest art shows in the world.   His unconventional mixed media work spans from video to installations to his establishment of “New York…

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Event Coverage: Sensational Umbria Opening in New York City

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Guests of The President of the Italian Region of Umbria gathered at the opening of the Sensational Umbria photography exhibit by world-renowned National Geographic photographer Steve McCurry on Thursday November 7th at the Italian Trade Commission.  The event showcased photographs of the many different sides of life in Umbria- capturing the uniqueness of both landscapes and portraits of this stunning Italian Region. …

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Art: Peter Gonquist Exhibits at ArtNow NY

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“One In A Million”, Peter Gonquist’s exhibit at ArtNow NY, is a provocative commentary on the glamorization of rampant consumption and violence that dominates our popular culture. Gonquist, a mixed media artist uses, Neo Baroque high-gloss and gold-gilded finishes atop  his animal taxidermy sculptures, creating visually stunning pieces melding the innocent and the aggressor. “One In A Million” is an exhibit that shouldn’t…

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Art: Perrier Introduces Limited Edition Bottles Featuring Andy Warhol Art

travel April 23, 2013 0 Comments

This summer, Perrier® Sparkling Natural Mineral Water will pay tribute to Andy Warhol with a series of limited-edition bottles inspired by the legendary pop artist. In the 1980s Warhol created a series of screen prints of Perrier bottles in a vibrant color palette that will be replicated on specially-designed Perrier bottles available wherever Perrier is sold. The Perrier screen prints created…

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Navigating the Uffizi Gallery

travel March 15, 2013 0 Comments

The same reason why you could want to visit the Uffizi Gallery might be the same reason why it could turn out to be a true test of your patience: its popularity. Like any world-famous art museum, it’s going to have to contend with the disadvantages of being popular. In addition, there are a few other factors that can make…

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Happy New Year!

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I am all about the new year, new changes and new experiences. Which is why I am going to take the advice of blogging guru Christine Gilbert over at when she told me to go back to heading up Jetsetera. Starting now, the majority of the writing and posts will be done by me instead of the team of…

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Travel: Museums in the Sorrentine Peninsula

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The popular and religious traditions are part of the social fabric and are kept in museums in the Sorrentine Peninsula to enhance the historical roots of this magnificent peninsula. You will also go to the discovery of the local culture by visiting museums in which they the testimonies of the ancient arts of Sorrento are collected: Correale Museum The museum…

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Travel Guest Post: Check Out the Home of Picasso with a Trip to Malaga

art beach beauty guest post holiday spain March 22, 2012 0 Comments

Malaga is a holiday destination that offers something for every interest. From spending time relaxing in the Mediterranean sun – the Spanish destination is a particular beach holiday hotspot – to seeing historic sites and sampling fine cuisine, you will have a truly wonderful break here. What may really catch your interest though, particularly if you’re into art and culture,…

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