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What’s the hidden message behind Beyonce’s pregnancy photo?

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Since Beyonce announced she and husband Jay Z are expecting twins, social media has been abuzz with theories about the deeper meaning behind the record-breaking Instagram photo. Why is she wearing a veil? Why is she kneeling? Why so many flowers? Armchair art critics have been keen to offer up …

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Kim Kardashian will appear in the all-female Ocean’s Eight

The upcoming all-female Ocean’s Eight film has just added a new cast member – Kim Kardashian. The reality TV star and her half-sister Kendall Jenner will make cameo appearances in the film. It will be the fourth movie in the Ocean’s franchise in 17 years – confusingly coming after Ocean’s …

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Mugabe statue unveiled

A Kuwadzana man Joshua Mboya has parted ways with so many of his possessions in his bid to raise resources to enable him to built a statue for President Robert Mugabe. Mugabe who recently received a statue from prominent sculptor Dominic Benhura might have to deal with two ‘ugly artifacts’ …

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Stolen masterpiece paintings returned to Italy from Ukraine

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Seventeen masterpieces valued at €17m (£14.3m) have been returned to Italy from Ukraine after being stolen by armed robbers from a Verona art museum last year. Italian culture minister Dario Franceschini, who travelled to Kiev to retrieve the paintings – which included works by Rubens, Tintoretto and Mantegna – said …

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Uli And The Igbo Woman- A Lost Tradition?

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In Igboland, Uli, was a feminine art form and a form of graphic communication. Uli, uri, and urie are dialect variations in the Igbo language that describe either body or wall/mural painting in a local village setting. However, in Igboland the art of applying uli to the body is not …

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Terracotta Warriors to be exhibited in Liverpool museum

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China’s famous Terracotta Warriors are to be exhibited in Liverpool in 2018, the culture secretary has said. Karen Bradley MP made the announcementwhile visiting the tomb of China’s First Emperor, Qin Shi Huang. She said she was “delighted” that a “selection of warriors” would be coming to Liverpool, home to …

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