Weird News: Museum Barberini: People Keep Validity

The Toulouse-Lautrec d'Albi museum celebrates its centenary with a show and an exhibition showing collusion with Degas

 The Toulouse-Lautrec d'Albi museum celebrates its centenary with a show and an exhibition showing collusion with Degas to celebrate its centenary, the Toulouse-Lautrec Museum of Albi tells the life of the painter in a sound and enchanting lights to At nightfall and offers an exhibition showing common inspirations with Edgar Degas to see until September 4. © supplied by Franceinfo "When Toulouse-Lautrec looks at Degas": for the first time, an exhibition shows the "collusion" between these two artists, who evolved in "the same environment, was inspired by the same themes".

because of the traffic closures due to the fire in the Grunewald Berlin fire, the Potsdam Museum Barberini offers the guests a special service: "Booked time window tickets keep their validity even when you are late in the museum," said the museum on Thursday by Twitter With. This also applies to the coming days if the blocking of Autobahn 115 (AVUS) and rail traffic stops.

Blick von der Kuppel der St. Nikolai Kirche auf das Museum Barberini. © Monika Skolimowska/dpa/archive picture View from the dome of the St. Nikolai church to the Museum Barberini.

The museum shows the dialogue of abstract expressionism in the United States in almost 100 works by 52 artists by September 25th in almost 100 works by 52 artists from 52 artists from the mid -1940s to the end of the Cold War.

Tiny manuscript by 13-year-old Charlotte Bronte returns to Yorkshire home .
Tiny manuscript by 13-year-old Charlotte Bronte returns to Yorkshire homeThe last of more than two dozen of the famous “little books” known to be in private hands was bought by a charity in April for 1.25 million dollars (£973,000) after surfacing for the first time in more than a century.

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