New York’s first gallery exhibition of “Doku: Digital Alaya” by Shanghai-based artist Lu Yang opened to visitors on May 7, 2021. The exhibit is taking place at the Jane Lombard Gallery.
The Argentine plains, or “Pampas,” are a sight to behold all by themselves. They’ve become even more impressive, though, thanks to the addition of a guitar-shaped forest created by farmer Pedro Martin Ureta.
Located just 15 minutes from the Mexican border, Terlingua, Texas, has a unique vibe that travelers will love. A bonafide ghost town with an eccentric, free-spirited, and laid-back environment, Terlingua is a great place to visit. Read on to learn about 8 can’t-miss experiences.
On May 29, 2021, painter Jessica Libor will unveil a new collection of work in her solo art exhibition, titled “Wildlove.” Libor’s show will take place at the Era Contemporary Gallery in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Scott Jordan has spent nearly 50 years exploring the landfills, construction sites, and other forgotten or less-visited areas of New York City. During his explorations, he’s uncovered all kinds of forgotten artifacts. Some date back more than 300 years!
On June 17, 2021, the iconic Parisian fashion house Dior will host a runway show in Athens to launch the brand’s inter-season collection.
If you’re looking for a fun and unique vacation experience, The Buzzard’s Roost won’t disappoint. This popular travel destination is located in the Chihuahuan Desert of Terlingua, Texas, just a few minutes away from Big Bend National Park.
Who comes to mind when you’re asked about women who made history? Do you think of world travelers like Amelia Earhart or space explorers like Valentina Tereshkova? What about Alice Huyler Ramsey, the first woman to drive across the United States from coast to coast? Have you ever heard of her?
For more than a year now, the COVID-19 pandemic has been ravaging the world. In the UK, a special memorial has been created to acknowledge the victims of COVID-19 and honor those who lost their lives during the pandemic. In London, England, a large wall stretches nearly 164 feet (50 meters) and faces the River Thames. Now officially known as the National COVID Memorial Wall, it is covered with hand-drawn red hearts.
One of the latest creations from Japanese artist Chiharu Shiota delivers something everyone could use a little more of right now: Hope.