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July, 23, 2016

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Superheroes swoop in to a Venezuela in crisis
Superheroes, wizards and Jedi Knights have descended on the Venezuelan capital.
Tokyo museum makes UNESCO heritage list
People visit the National Museum of Western Art in Tokyo, Monday, July 18. The art museum designed by Swiss-French architect Le Corbusier was decided by UNESCO to add to the World Heritage list.
Mexican Museum to get new home in California
San Francisco is getting another cultural treasure -- a world-class museum to showcase the largest collection of Mexican and Latino art in the nation.
Our daily dose of design
Halfway through Taipei's year as the World Design Capital (WDC, 世界設計之都), we have seen various makeovers around the city, seamlessly weaving design into our surroundings and daily life. "The Food Project" (食物計劃) and "Design Station" (設計進站) are being launched this month to expand design concepts to a wider audience and attract more attention to the WDC Taipei 2016. The former delves into Taiwan's food culture, discovering and experimenting with local street foods, while the latter freshens up and enriches station spaces. Hungry for Design
Women pose naked in public to protest Trump's candidacy
More than a hundred women stripped and posed naked with mirrors in Cleveland, answering a photographer's call to blend art with politics and portray Donald Trump as unfit for the White House.
Dark secrets of the man who opened architecture to the light: Le Corbusier
Love him or loathe him, few people have changed the world we live in more than Le Corbusier, one of the fathers of modern architecture, whose works were placed Sunday on UNESCO's prestigious World Heritage List.
Buenos Aires exhibit calls attention to CIA support for dictators
Chilean artist Voluspa Jarpa has turned declassified CIA documents into an exhibit focused on one of Latin America's darkest periods.
Historic Russian ship back to mooring after refit
Russian cruiser Aurora, whose salvo against the Winter Palace sounded the start of the 1917 revolution, returned to its mooring in Saint Petersburg Saturday after a year-and-a-half of restoration work.
Hundreds of pieces from Bowie's modern art collection to be sold at auction
Hundreds of items from late rock legend David Bowie's art collection, which includes pieces by modern masters and more eclectic fare, will go under the hammer, Sotheby's said Thursday.
The Dallas Museum of Art has appointed a new director.
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