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What's on for culture vultures the best of global art and cinema

What's on for culture vultures the best of global art and cinema
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The best of global art and cinema

The Marrakech International Film Festival


The 16th Marrakech International Film Festival
is taking place in the “red city: The festival is a major cultural event on the African continent.

#FIFM2016 The official selection of the 16th Marrakech International Film Festival has been revealed >

— PublicSystèmeCinéma (@lpscinema) November 23, 2016

This year the event pays tribute to Russian cinema and showcases interesting movies from around the world.

From Méliès to 3D the Cinema Machine at the Cinémathèque Française

The Lumières invented cinematography; a link in the chain of extraordinary inventors.

#Exposition : De #Méliès à la #3D : la machine cinéma & son évolution ➡ à découvrir – La Cinémathèque française

— coralie benameur (@kocoralie) November 18, 2016

Cinémathèque Française pays tribute to those who capture and reproduce the rich and diverse world of images from bygone days to 3D.

L’origine della natura morta in Italia Galleria Borghese, Roma

The Galleria Borghese in Rome presents the work of the master of the Renaissance, Caravaggio. A small exhibition is currently open to the public inside the Villa Borghese – some forty works in all, dating from the late 1500s – titled ‘The origins of still life in Italy: ‘“Caravaggio and the Hartford Master.”’:—110118.php?uuid=ADD0AezB

A fine art mystery.

Così nacque la natura morta: la mostra romana della Galleria Borghese.

— Tgr Rai (@TgrRai) November 15, 2016

Abstract Expressionism Royal Academy of Arts

Abstract Expressionism is billed as one of the major European exhibitions of the season. The show incorporates artists working in 1950s New York including Pollock, Rothko and de Kooning at the Royal Academy of Arts in London.

Untitled (Yellow, Cherry, Orange). Mark Rothko, 1947.

— Art History Feed (@ArtHistoryFeed) November 24, 2016

Abstract Expressionism Art Exhibition at The Royal Academy of Arts till 2 Jan 2017

— (@mywebneel) November 25, 2016

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