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To mark the 5th centenary of the death of Jheronimus Bosch, the Prado Museum has assembled an exceptional installation, that offers a unique opportunity to plunge into the work of one of the most enigmatic and influential artists of the Renaissance.
Really impressed by the Bosch exhibit at Museo del Prado. It's crazy to see unicorn and flying fish art from 1515. pic.twitter.com/fhOGU05nBc— Liz Durst (@lizdurst) 29 June 2016
The Karlovy Vary International Film Festival, which was launched in 1946, has become the leading film festival in Central and Eastern Europe. French actor Jean Reno will be honoured with the President’s Award while organisers announced Woody Allen’s “Cafe Society,” would wrap up the nine-day event.
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Dating back to 1973, the La Rochelle International Film Festival gathers approximately 200 movies by some of the world’s best filmmakers. This annual event offers the public the chance to discover new gems or rediscover classics.
The 44th La Rochelle International Film Festival
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Gülsün Karamustafa is regarded as one of the most important artists of the second half of the 20th century in Turkey. Her work explores socio-political issues in modern Turkey, addressing themes including sexuality and gender, exile and ethnicity, and the role of religion and secularism in society.