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Portraits and items owned by Russian Tsar Peter the Great were on display at the Versailles Museum at the Palace of Versailles on Friday, as part of an exhibition to commemorate the tercentenary of the Russian leader's visit to France in 1717. Russian President Vladimir Putin is said to be attending the official opening on Monday May 30. The exhibition will run till Sept 24, 2017. SOT, Gwenola Firmin, Versailles Museum curator, SOT (French): "This exhibition commemorates the 300th anniversary of Tsar Peter I's visit to France, when he visited from April 21st till the end of June 1717. So this is the occasion to talk about this Tsar and his stay in France." SOT, Gwenola Firmin, Versailles Museum curator, SOT (French): "Peter I came to France to be recognised as a great power. It is a question of being part of the concert of the great powers of the time, since he was a conquering tsar, the one who pushed the borders of his country, who opened it to different seas by his conquests.
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“An engineer is no longer someone who mends your washing machine,” marvels one JLRlifer’. “An engineer is someone who works on Jaguar’s fabulous new electric I-Pace that’s about to give Tesla a bloody nose.” Speth can’t collect his latest accolade – the 2017 Issigonis Trophy, Autocar’s most prestigious and most personal award – at the official ceremony, because while the rest of us are celebrating in the Silverstone Wing, he will be at a Tata Group board meeting in Mumbai, the first under a newly appointed chairman. He is likely to be a star turn as he reveals JLR’s latest financial results, which are expected to be stellar. Thus Mr Editor Tisshaw and I have come to Solihull to make the presentation early, whereupon the CEO gives us a half day of his valuable time. We fill it with a tour of the latest ‘Velar to Velarexhibition (a fascinating walk through 48 years of Range Rovers, open to the public), plus a good look at the early, highly flexible body and final assembly lines from which the latest Range Rover Velar is about to spring.
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Following the concept of “hotel-museum”, the art collection can be found not only in the galleries, but in all the building spaces, including the guests rooms. The Oval is a special six-suite building located on the very top of the hill reachable only through a private cable car. It has a 360-degree view of the island and the Seto sea, a garden rooftop, partially hypogeal spaces, water pool and cascades. Interior view of one guest room at Benesse House Hotel and underground exhibition space at the Benesse Park Hotel. Additional facilities were later added, including the Park and Beach Hotels: both situated in the lower park, with closer access to the sea and the beach. With its sequence of interconnected spaces, it is fully integrated with the surrounding art park, which includes site-specific installations and large sculptures by Walter De Maria, Yayoi Kusama, Niki de Saint Phalle, Dan Graham, George Rickey, Hiroshi Sugimoto among others.
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For example, the window winders and door handles were remanufactured in an advanced, modern 3D printing process based on the original dimensions. After being finished, the car went on a world tour around the globe as part of BMW’s celebrations but since the get go, the officials wanted the 507 to eventually come how to Munich where it will spend its remaining days, as part of the BMW Welt Museum . At the moment, to mark its return home, the Bavarians have opened a special exhibition called “The Rock ’n’ Roll Phoenix. ElvisBMW 507 by BMW Group Classic” where guests can come in and check out the car’s history and heritage. The article Video: Elvis' BMW 507 Roadster Arrives at the BMW Museum after World Tour appeared first on BMW BLOG
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This years main exhibition at the Venice Biennale sets out both to remind an angry, frightened world that there are shared, humanist instincts, and to defend art as a vital source of reflection, resistance and personal freedom. It accomplishes this, and more, through a selection of exhibits that are both passionate and compassionate, and which pay scant regard to the need to shock and the fashion for the grotesque. While the perky title Viva Arte Viva does not quite...
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Salvador Sobral from Portugal becomes a winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2017. This is the first victory for the country. The song Salvador Sobral performed was written by his elder sister Luisa. She is considered as one of the most important songwriters and singers of the new generation of Portuguese musicians. When he was announced a winner, he invited her to join him on the stage and they performed Amar Pelos Dois” (“Love For Two”) together. The grand final took place at the International Exhibition Centre in Kyiv on May 13. Bookies predicted Sobral's victory. He has led both juries' and audience's voting. Bulgaria's Kristian Kostov has taken the second place with Moldova's Sunstroke Project being on the third. The show saw contestants from 26 countries: Bulgaria, Belarus, Croatia, Hungary, Denmark, Israel, Romania, Norway, The Netherlands, Austria, Ukraine, UK, France, Italy, Spain, Germany, Armenia, Australia, Azerbaijan, Belgium, Cyprus, Greece, Moldova, Portugal, Poland, and Sweden.
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Following the concept of “hotel-museum”, the art collection can be found not only in the galleries, but in all the building spaces, including the guests rooms. The Oval is a special six-suite building located on the very top of the hill reachable only through a private cable car. It has a 360-degree view of the island and the Seto sea, a garden rooftop, partially hypogeal spaces, water pool and cascades. Interior view of one guest room at Benesse House Hotel and underground exhibition space at the Benesse Park Hotel. Additional facilities were later added, including the Park and Beach Hotels: both situated in the lower park, with closer access to the sea and the beach. With its sequence of interconnected spaces, it is fully integrated with the surrounding art park, which includes site-specific installations and large sculptures by Walter De Maria, Yayoi Kusama, Niki de Saint Phalle, Dan Graham, George Rickey, Hiroshi Sugimoto among others.