Daily Archive: November 9, 2021

‘Picturing Cuba’ is a look at Cuban art and identity, will feature at Miami Book Fair

Like Cuban music, Cuban art has a rich history — but surprisingly few books have been published about it, even though visual artists are at the forefront of Cuba’s pro-democracy movement today.

That’s why one of the more notable works being presented at next week’s Miami Book Fair is “Picturing Cuba: Art, Culture, and Identity on the Island and in the Diaspora.”

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Google Arts & Culture app’s new feature finds art lookalikes for your pet

The Google Arts & Culture app has been updated to be able to identify photos of animals, find paintings that are reportedly similar to said animals, and then show you said artwork. It leaves something to be desired.

The app’s new Pet Portraits feature operates in much the same way as the old Art Selfie feature from 2018. Simply download the Google Arts & Culture app, hit the camera button at the bottom of the screen, select the green Pet Portraits filter, then take a photo of your pet. You can also upload a picture from your album, if

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Kohei Nawa’s Public Art “White Deer (Oshika)” Original Data Converted to NFT and Aiming to Donate The Public Art to Ishinomaki-City By DailyCoin


Kohei Nawa’s Public Art “White Deer (Oshika)” Original Data Converted to NFT and Aiming to Donate The Public Art to Ishinomaki-City

TRiCERA, a global art marketplace announce the release of the NFT version of “White Deer (Oshika)” by one of the most famous sculptor Kohei Nawa in Japan.

TRiCERA will be selling a NFT data package including the original 3D data of Kohei Nawa’s sculpture “White Deer (Oshika)” and an installation video in the Oginohama area of Ishinomaki City, which was damaged by a great earthquake.

Kohei Nawa is a Japanese sculptor exploring digital culture and contemporary spirituality. He is

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