A Century-Old Home in Singapore Becomes a Modern Masterpiece - See more at: http://www.thecoolist.com/17br-house-ongong-architects/#sthash.ARni5lzn.dpuf

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By: Seamus Payne

A century-old home in Singapore has been restored into a stunning modern mansion, the 17BR-House by Ong&Ong Architects. This long, three-story home features a central courtyard with a lush green wall and finely manicured grass, the spiritual heart of this contemporary home.

The 17BR-House is a remarkable work of restorative architecture. Its original structure was constructed…

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"Pluralism" according to Danto’reply to Yhhui Park in Auxier’s Arthur C. Danto of Library of Living Philosophers volume (Auxier-Danto 2013), means the main essential definition in the tendency of our current contemporary definition of art when facing proxy Shangai International Art Fair .

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"Pluralism" according to Danto’reply to Yhhui Park in Auxier’s Arthur C. Danto of Library of Living Philosophers volume (Auxier-Danto 2013), means the main essential definition in the tendency of our current contemporary definition of art when facing proxy Shangai International Art Fair .

‘DAUGHTER OF BAD GIRLS’ AT KLAUS VON NICHTSSAGEND

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The title of this lively summer show raised interesting questions about feminist art—past and present—as well as about the continuing viability of the term itself. The press release described the show as a sequel to the 1994 “Bad Girls” exhibitions curated byMarcia Tucker at the New Museum and Marcia Tanner at UCLA’s Wight Art Gallery, but it was difficult to detect much of a direct lineage…

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