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WELTSCHMERZ Oct 17
We are Weltschmerz from JP Logo by Toshiki Nomura (Hostile Eyes) Photo by wu-tang Our Demo will be available soon. And our EP too. Don't miss it‼️
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SLAM: Arts of Africa, Oceania and the Americas Oct 15
Standing Figure, Classic Veracruz, c.600–750
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SLAM: Modern and Contemporary Art 3h
Rocks at Belle-Isle, Port-Domois, Claude Monet, 1886
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SLAM: Prints, Drawings and Photographs Oct 17
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SLAM: Decorative Arts and Design Oct 16
Two-Handled Cup and Cover, Charles Frederick Kandler, English (born Germany), active c.1735, died 1778, 1749–50
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Incinerate Oct 17
October 17th, 2008. We released our second album Anatomize.
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BALL BEYOND Oct 13
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Ilyas ramdani 11h
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SLAM: Prints, Drawings and Photographs 2h
Untitled (handpainted photobooth girl), Unknown, 1940s
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Willem de Kooning Oct 17
Untitled (Triptych), Willem de Kooning, 1985
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SLAM: Asian Art Oct 14
Ancient Ruins of Athens (Acropolis — Night), Yoshida Hiroshi, 1925
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Rembrandt Oct 17
Christ Driving the Moneychangers from the Temple, Rembrandt van Rijn, 1635
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SLAM: Ancient Art Oct 13
Beaker (kalathos) with Athletes and Trainers, Greek, Attic, mid to late 6th century BC
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Hans Hofmann Oct 13
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SLAM: European Art Oct 16
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SLAM: American Art Oct 13
Old Homestead Connecticut, Willard Leroy Metcalf, c.1914
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SLAM: Decorative Arts and Design Oct 18
Pocket Bottle, attributed to Henry William Stiegel, American, 1729–1785, 1769–74
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SLAM: Arts of Africa, Oceania and the Americas Oct 17
Bowl with Painted Motifs, Mimbres, c.970–1020
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SLAM: Decorative Arts and Design Oct 18
Plate, Success to the King of Prussia and..., English, 1756–65
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SLAM: Decorative Arts and Design 2h
Eames Storage Unit (ESU), Charles Eames, American, 1907–1978, designed 1949–50
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