29/07/2021
Art News
Sioned Bryant
Art News: July

What has been going on this month in the art world? Over the course of July we have seen the adult entertainment industry expand into renowned museums, NFTs have not ceased to dominate and archaeological discoveries continue to educate!

Pornhub: Exploration of Classical Nudes

It was announced earlier this month that Pornhub (yes, you read that right) would be launching an interactive guide featuring classical nudes. These paintings are housed in some of the most distinguished museums around the world including the Louvre, the Met, and Museum del Prado. In the wake of the pandemic, museums and galleries are still rebuilding upon the financial damage they sustained from the pandemic, thus this campaign serves to encourage visitors back into the world of art. Due to the nature of the website, it is also able to reach a more diverse audience that might never have thought to visit these institutions. Pornhub is offering guides and audio tours that can either be experienced at home or at the museums. Through these tours, art history is infused with humour, making it more accessible to everyone.

Sandro Botticelli, The Birth of Venus, c. 1485.
Sandro Botticelli, The Birth of Venus, c. 1485.


NFTs Continue To Be the Right Now Trend

NFTs are the new craze and it is not only contemporary artists getting involved in this hot trend. The State Hermitage Museum in St Petersburg, is channelling some prolific and timeless pieces into a collection of NFTs. This collection will include works by Vincent van Gogh, Leonardo da Vinci and Claude Monet. In spite of recent cryptocurrency legislation in Russia that places limitations on the use of digital assets as currency, Binance marketplace will host the sale at the end of August.

Leonardo da Vinci, Madonna Litta, 1490.
Leonardo da Vinci, Madonna Litta, 1490.

Archaeological Findings

July has been a big month for ancient archaeology and, across Europe, discoveries have been made that allow that slightly clearer view into our ancestors' lives. In a collection of sandstone caves in Derbyshire, it is now believed these elaborate structures were built in the 9th century and that one could have been home to an exiled medieval Anglo-Saxon King. Anglo-Saxon architecture is apparent throughout the rock surfaces. Detailed measurements, architectural study and drone surveys have allowed reconstruction of the original plan of three rooms. Locally, it is known as ‘Anchor Church Cave’. A Northumbrian King who was deposed and exiled in 806 C.E. is thought to have fled South and taken up dwelling here and came to be known as Saint Hardulph. The UK is not the only place still unearthing history and over in Italy, big discoveries have been made. In Venice’s rising waters, cultural heritage has been drowned for centuries and existing history is at continual threat. An ancient Roman road was, however, discovered deep below the surface of the Venice Lagoon. With the help of modern science and extensive sonar surveys, researchers have uncovered docks, port facilities, and roads that predate the founding of Venice.

Anchor Church Cave, 9th Century, Royal Agriculatural University.
Anchor Church Cave, 9th Century, Royal Agriculatural University.
A reconstruction of the road found at the bottom of a Venice lagoon. Photo by Antonio Calandriello and Giuseppe D’Acunto.
A reconstruction of the road found at the bottom of a Venice lagoon. Photo by Antonio Calandriello and Giuseppe D’Acunto.

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29/07/2021
Art News
Sioned Bryant
Art News: July

What has been going on this month in the art world? Over the course of July we have seen the adult entertainment industry expand into renowned museums, NFTs have not ceased to dominate and archaeological discoveries continue to educate!

Pornhub: Exploration of Classical Nudes

It was announced earlier this month that Pornhub (yes, you read that right) would be launching an interactive guide featuring classical nudes. These paintings are housed in some of the most distinguished museums around the world including the Louvre, the Met, and Museum del Prado. In the wake of the pandemic, museums and galleries are still rebuilding upon the financial damage they sustained from the pandemic, thus this campaign serves to encourage visitors back into the world of art. Due to the nature of the website, it is also able to reach a more diverse audience that might never have thought to visit these institutions. Pornhub is offering guides and audio tours that can either be experienced at home or at the museums. Through these tours, art history is infused with humour, making it more accessible to everyone.

Sandro Botticelli, The Birth of Venus, c. 1485.
Sandro Botticelli, The Birth of Venus, c. 1485.


NFTs Continue To Be the Right Now Trend

NFTs are the new craze and it is not only contemporary artists getting involved in this hot trend. The State Hermitage Museum in St Petersburg, is channelling some prolific and timeless pieces into a collection of NFTs. This collection will include works by Vincent van Gogh, Leonardo da Vinci and Claude Monet. In spite of recent cryptocurrency legislation in Russia that places limitations on the use of digital assets as currency, Binance marketplace will host the sale at the end of August.

Leonardo da Vinci, Madonna Litta, 1490.
Leonardo da Vinci, Madonna Litta, 1490.

Archaeological Findings

July has been a big month for ancient archaeology and, across Europe, discoveries have been made that allow that slightly clearer view into our ancestors' lives. In a collection of sandstone caves in Derbyshire, it is now believed these elaborate structures were built in the 9th century and that one could have been home to an exiled medieval Anglo-Saxon King. Anglo-Saxon architecture is apparent throughout the rock surfaces. Detailed measurements, architectural study and drone surveys have allowed reconstruction of the original plan of three rooms. Locally, it is known as ‘Anchor Church Cave’. A Northumbrian King who was deposed and exiled in 806 C.E. is thought to have fled South and taken up dwelling here and came to be known as Saint Hardulph. The UK is not the only place still unearthing history and over in Italy, big discoveries have been made. In Venice’s rising waters, cultural heritage has been drowned for centuries and existing history is at continual threat. An ancient Roman road was, however, discovered deep below the surface of the Venice Lagoon. With the help of modern science and extensive sonar surveys, researchers have uncovered docks, port facilities, and roads that predate the founding of Venice.

Anchor Church Cave, 9th Century, Royal Agriculatural University.
Anchor Church Cave, 9th Century, Royal Agriculatural University.
A reconstruction of the road found at the bottom of a Venice lagoon. Photo by Antonio Calandriello and Giuseppe D’Acunto.
A reconstruction of the road found at the bottom of a Venice lagoon. Photo by Antonio Calandriello and Giuseppe D’Acunto.

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29/07/2021
Art News
Sioned Bryant
Art News: July

What has been going on this month in the art world? Over the course of July we have seen the adult entertainment industry expand into renowned museums, NFTs have not ceased to dominate and archaeological discoveries continue to educate!

Pornhub: Exploration of Classical Nudes

It was announced earlier this month that Pornhub (yes, you read that right) would be launching an interactive guide featuring classical nudes. These paintings are housed in some of the most distinguished museums around the world including the Louvre, the Met, and Museum del Prado. In the wake of the pandemic, museums and galleries are still rebuilding upon the financial damage they sustained from the pandemic, thus this campaign serves to encourage visitors back into the world of art. Due to the nature of the website, it is also able to reach a more diverse audience that might never have thought to visit these institutions. Pornhub is offering guides and audio tours that can either be experienced at home or at the museums. Through these tours, art history is infused with humour, making it more accessible to everyone.

Sandro Botticelli, The Birth of Venus, c. 1485.
Sandro Botticelli, The Birth of Venus, c. 1485.


NFTs Continue To Be the Right Now Trend

NFTs are the new craze and it is not only contemporary artists getting involved in this hot trend. The State Hermitage Museum in St Petersburg, is channelling some prolific and timeless pieces into a collection of NFTs. This collection will include works by Vincent van Gogh, Leonardo da Vinci and Claude Monet. In spite of recent cryptocurrency legislation in Russia that places limitations on the use of digital assets as currency, Binance marketplace will host the sale at the end of August.

Leonardo da Vinci, Madonna Litta, 1490.
Leonardo da Vinci, Madonna Litta, 1490.

Archaeological Findings

July has been a big month for ancient archaeology and, across Europe, discoveries have been made that allow that slightly clearer view into our ancestors' lives. In a collection of sandstone caves in Derbyshire, it is now believed these elaborate structures were built in the 9th century and that one could have been home to an exiled medieval Anglo-Saxon King. Anglo-Saxon architecture is apparent throughout the rock surfaces. Detailed measurements, architectural study and drone surveys have allowed reconstruction of the original plan of three rooms. Locally, it is known as ‘Anchor Church Cave’. A Northumbrian King who was deposed and exiled in 806 C.E. is thought to have fled South and taken up dwelling here and came to be known as Saint Hardulph. The UK is not the only place still unearthing history and over in Italy, big discoveries have been made. In Venice’s rising waters, cultural heritage has been drowned for centuries and existing history is at continual threat. An ancient Roman road was, however, discovered deep below the surface of the Venice Lagoon. With the help of modern science and extensive sonar surveys, researchers have uncovered docks, port facilities, and roads that predate the founding of Venice.

Anchor Church Cave, 9th Century, Royal Agriculatural University.
Anchor Church Cave, 9th Century, Royal Agriculatural University.
A reconstruction of the road found at the bottom of a Venice lagoon. Photo by Antonio Calandriello and Giuseppe D’Acunto.
A reconstruction of the road found at the bottom of a Venice lagoon. Photo by Antonio Calandriello and Giuseppe D’Acunto.

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29/07/2021
Art News
Sioned Bryant
Art News: July

What has been going on this month in the art world? Over the course of July we have seen the adult entertainment industry expand into renowned museums, NFTs have not ceased to dominate and archaeological discoveries continue to educate!

Pornhub: Exploration of Classical Nudes

It was announced earlier this month that Pornhub (yes, you read that right) would be launching an interactive guide featuring classical nudes. These paintings are housed in some of the most distinguished museums around the world including the Louvre, the Met, and Museum del Prado. In the wake of the pandemic, museums and galleries are still rebuilding upon the financial damage they sustained from the pandemic, thus this campaign serves to encourage visitors back into the world of art. Due to the nature of the website, it is also able to reach a more diverse audience that might never have thought to visit these institutions. Pornhub is offering guides and audio tours that can either be experienced at home or at the museums. Through these tours, art history is infused with humour, making it more accessible to everyone.

Sandro Botticelli, The Birth of Venus, c. 1485.
Sandro Botticelli, The Birth of Venus, c. 1485.


NFTs Continue To Be the Right Now Trend

NFTs are the new craze and it is not only contemporary artists getting involved in this hot trend. The State Hermitage Museum in St Petersburg, is channelling some prolific and timeless pieces into a collection of NFTs. This collection will include works by Vincent van Gogh, Leonardo da Vinci and Claude Monet. In spite of recent cryptocurrency legislation in Russia that places limitations on the use of digital assets as currency, Binance marketplace will host the sale at the end of August.

Leonardo da Vinci, Madonna Litta, 1490.
Leonardo da Vinci, Madonna Litta, 1490.

Archaeological Findings

July has been a big month for ancient archaeology and, across Europe, discoveries have been made that allow that slightly clearer view into our ancestors' lives. In a collection of sandstone caves in Derbyshire, it is now believed these elaborate structures were built in the 9th century and that one could have been home to an exiled medieval Anglo-Saxon King. Anglo-Saxon architecture is apparent throughout the rock surfaces. Detailed measurements, architectural study and drone surveys have allowed reconstruction of the original plan of three rooms. Locally, it is known as ‘Anchor Church Cave’. A Northumbrian King who was deposed and exiled in 806 C.E. is thought to have fled South and taken up dwelling here and came to be known as Saint Hardulph. The UK is not the only place still unearthing history and over in Italy, big discoveries have been made. In Venice’s rising waters, cultural heritage has been drowned for centuries and existing history is at continual threat. An ancient Roman road was, however, discovered deep below the surface of the Venice Lagoon. With the help of modern science and extensive sonar surveys, researchers have uncovered docks, port facilities, and roads that predate the founding of Venice.

Anchor Church Cave, 9th Century, Royal Agriculatural University.
Anchor Church Cave, 9th Century, Royal Agriculatural University.
A reconstruction of the road found at the bottom of a Venice lagoon. Photo by Antonio Calandriello and Giuseppe D’Acunto.
A reconstruction of the road found at the bottom of a Venice lagoon. Photo by Antonio Calandriello and Giuseppe D’Acunto.

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29/07/2021
Art News
Sioned Bryant
Art News: July

What has been going on this month in the art world? Over the course of July we have seen the adult entertainment industry expand into renowned museums, NFTs have not ceased to dominate and archaeological discoveries continue to educate!

Pornhub: Exploration of Classical Nudes

It was announced earlier this month that Pornhub (yes, you read that right) would be launching an interactive guide featuring classical nudes. These paintings are housed in some of the most distinguished museums around the world including the Louvre, the Met, and Museum del Prado. In the wake of the pandemic, museums and galleries are still rebuilding upon the financial damage they sustained from the pandemic, thus this campaign serves to encourage visitors back into the world of art. Due to the nature of the website, it is also able to reach a more diverse audience that might never have thought to visit these institutions. Pornhub is offering guides and audio tours that can either be experienced at home or at the museums. Through these tours, art history is infused with humour, making it more accessible to everyone.

Sandro Botticelli, The Birth of Venus, c. 1485.
Sandro Botticelli, The Birth of Venus, c. 1485.


NFTs Continue To Be the Right Now Trend

NFTs are the new craze and it is not only contemporary artists getting involved in this hot trend. The State Hermitage Museum in St Petersburg, is channelling some prolific and timeless pieces into a collection of NFTs. This collection will include works by Vincent van Gogh, Leonardo da Vinci and Claude Monet. In spite of recent cryptocurrency legislation in Russia that places limitations on the use of digital assets as currency, Binance marketplace will host the sale at the end of August.

Leonardo da Vinci, Madonna Litta, 1490.
Leonardo da Vinci, Madonna Litta, 1490.

Archaeological Findings

July has been a big month for ancient archaeology and, across Europe, discoveries have been made that allow that slightly clearer view into our ancestors' lives. In a collection of sandstone caves in Derbyshire, it is now believed these elaborate structures were built in the 9th century and that one could have been home to an exiled medieval Anglo-Saxon King. Anglo-Saxon architecture is apparent throughout the rock surfaces. Detailed measurements, architectural study and drone surveys have allowed reconstruction of the original plan of three rooms. Locally, it is known as ‘Anchor Church Cave’. A Northumbrian King who was deposed and exiled in 806 C.E. is thought to have fled South and taken up dwelling here and came to be known as Saint Hardulph. The UK is not the only place still unearthing history and over in Italy, big discoveries have been made. In Venice’s rising waters, cultural heritage has been drowned for centuries and existing history is at continual threat. An ancient Roman road was, however, discovered deep below the surface of the Venice Lagoon. With the help of modern science and extensive sonar surveys, researchers have uncovered docks, port facilities, and roads that predate the founding of Venice.

Anchor Church Cave, 9th Century, Royal Agriculatural University.
Anchor Church Cave, 9th Century, Royal Agriculatural University.
A reconstruction of the road found at the bottom of a Venice lagoon. Photo by Antonio Calandriello and Giuseppe D’Acunto.
A reconstruction of the road found at the bottom of a Venice lagoon. Photo by Antonio Calandriello and Giuseppe D’Acunto.

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29/07/2021
Art News
Sioned Bryant
Art News: July

What has been going on this month in the art world? Over the course of July we have seen the adult entertainment industry expand into renowned museums, NFTs have not ceased to dominate and archaeological discoveries continue to educate!

Pornhub: Exploration of Classical Nudes

It was announced earlier this month that Pornhub (yes, you read that right) would be launching an interactive guide featuring classical nudes. These paintings are housed in some of the most distinguished museums around the world including the Louvre, the Met, and Museum del Prado. In the wake of the pandemic, museums and galleries are still rebuilding upon the financial damage they sustained from the pandemic, thus this campaign serves to encourage visitors back into the world of art. Due to the nature of the website, it is also able to reach a more diverse audience that might never have thought to visit these institutions. Pornhub is offering guides and audio tours that can either be experienced at home or at the museums. Through these tours, art history is infused with humour, making it more accessible to everyone.

Sandro Botticelli, The Birth of Venus, c. 1485.
Sandro Botticelli, The Birth of Venus, c. 1485.


NFTs Continue To Be the Right Now Trend

NFTs are the new craze and it is not only contemporary artists getting involved in this hot trend. The State Hermitage Museum in St Petersburg, is channelling some prolific and timeless pieces into a collection of NFTs. This collection will include works by Vincent van Gogh, Leonardo da Vinci and Claude Monet. In spite of recent cryptocurrency legislation in Russia that places limitations on the use of digital assets as currency, Binance marketplace will host the sale at the end of August.

Leonardo da Vinci, Madonna Litta, 1490.
Leonardo da Vinci, Madonna Litta, 1490.

Archaeological Findings

July has been a big month for ancient archaeology and, across Europe, discoveries have been made that allow that slightly clearer view into our ancestors' lives. In a collection of sandstone caves in Derbyshire, it is now believed these elaborate structures were built in the 9th century and that one could have been home to an exiled medieval Anglo-Saxon King. Anglo-Saxon architecture is apparent throughout the rock surfaces. Detailed measurements, architectural study and drone surveys have allowed reconstruction of the original plan of three rooms. Locally, it is known as ‘Anchor Church Cave’. A Northumbrian King who was deposed and exiled in 806 C.E. is thought to have fled South and taken up dwelling here and came to be known as Saint Hardulph. The UK is not the only place still unearthing history and over in Italy, big discoveries have been made. In Venice’s rising waters, cultural heritage has been drowned for centuries and existing history is at continual threat. An ancient Roman road was, however, discovered deep below the surface of the Venice Lagoon. With the help of modern science and extensive sonar surveys, researchers have uncovered docks, port facilities, and roads that predate the founding of Venice.

Anchor Church Cave, 9th Century, Royal Agriculatural University.
Anchor Church Cave, 9th Century, Royal Agriculatural University.
A reconstruction of the road found at the bottom of a Venice lagoon. Photo by Antonio Calandriello and Giuseppe D’Acunto.
A reconstruction of the road found at the bottom of a Venice lagoon. Photo by Antonio Calandriello and Giuseppe D’Acunto.

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29/07/2021
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Art News: July

What has been going on this month in the art world? Over the course of July we have seen the adult entertainment industry expand into renowned museums, NFTs have not ceased to dominate and archaeological discoveries continue to educate!

Pornhub: Exploration of Classical Nudes

It was announced earlier this month that Pornhub (yes, you read that right) would be launching an interactive guide featuring classical nudes. These paintings are housed in some of the most distinguished museums around the world including the Louvre, the Met, and Museum del Prado. In the wake of the pandemic, museums and galleries are still rebuilding upon the financial damage they sustained from the pandemic, thus this campaign serves to encourage visitors back into the world of art. Due to the nature of the website, it is also able to reach a more diverse audience that might never have thought to visit these institutions. Pornhub is offering guides and audio tours that can either be experienced at home or at the museums. Through these tours, art history is infused with humour, making it more accessible to everyone.

Sandro Botticelli, The Birth of Venus, c. 1485.
Sandro Botticelli, The Birth of Venus, c. 1485.


NFTs Continue To Be the Right Now Trend

NFTs are the new craze and it is not only contemporary artists getting involved in this hot trend. The State Hermitage Museum in St Petersburg, is channelling some prolific and timeless pieces into a collection of NFTs. This collection will include works by Vincent van Gogh, Leonardo da Vinci and Claude Monet. In spite of recent cryptocurrency legislation in Russia that places limitations on the use of digital assets as currency, Binance marketplace will host the sale at the end of August.

Leonardo da Vinci, Madonna Litta, 1490.
Leonardo da Vinci, Madonna Litta, 1490.

Archaeological Findings

July has been a big month for ancient archaeology and, across Europe, discoveries have been made that allow that slightly clearer view into our ancestors' lives. In a collection of sandstone caves in Derbyshire, it is now believed these elaborate structures were built in the 9th century and that one could have been home to an exiled medieval Anglo-Saxon King. Anglo-Saxon architecture is apparent throughout the rock surfaces. Detailed measurements, architectural study and drone surveys have allowed reconstruction of the original plan of three rooms. Locally, it is known as ‘Anchor Church Cave’. A Northumbrian King who was deposed and exiled in 806 C.E. is thought to have fled South and taken up dwelling here and came to be known as Saint Hardulph. The UK is not the only place still unearthing history and over in Italy, big discoveries have been made. In Venice’s rising waters, cultural heritage has been drowned for centuries and existing history is at continual threat. An ancient Roman road was, however, discovered deep below the surface of the Venice Lagoon. With the help of modern science and extensive sonar surveys, researchers have uncovered docks, port facilities, and roads that predate the founding of Venice.

Anchor Church Cave, 9th Century, Royal Agriculatural University.
Anchor Church Cave, 9th Century, Royal Agriculatural University.
A reconstruction of the road found at the bottom of a Venice lagoon. Photo by Antonio Calandriello and Giuseppe D’Acunto.
A reconstruction of the road found at the bottom of a Venice lagoon. Photo by Antonio Calandriello and Giuseppe D’Acunto.

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29/07/2021
Art News
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Art News: July

What has been going on this month in the art world? Over the course of July we have seen the adult entertainment industry expand into renowned museums, NFTs have not ceased to dominate and archaeological discoveries continue to educate!

Pornhub: Exploration of Classical Nudes

It was announced earlier this month that Pornhub (yes, you read that right) would be launching an interactive guide featuring classical nudes. These paintings are housed in some of the most distinguished museums around the world including the Louvre, the Met, and Museum del Prado. In the wake of the pandemic, museums and galleries are still rebuilding upon the financial damage they sustained from the pandemic, thus this campaign serves to encourage visitors back into the world of art. Due to the nature of the website, it is also able to reach a more diverse audience that might never have thought to visit these institutions. Pornhub is offering guides and audio tours that can either be experienced at home or at the museums. Through these tours, art history is infused with humour, making it more accessible to everyone.

Sandro Botticelli, The Birth of Venus, c. 1485.
Sandro Botticelli, The Birth of Venus, c. 1485.


NFTs Continue To Be the Right Now Trend

NFTs are the new craze and it is not only contemporary artists getting involved in this hot trend. The State Hermitage Museum in St Petersburg, is channelling some prolific and timeless pieces into a collection of NFTs. This collection will include works by Vincent van Gogh, Leonardo da Vinci and Claude Monet. In spite of recent cryptocurrency legislation in Russia that places limitations on the use of digital assets as currency, Binance marketplace will host the sale at the end of August.

Leonardo da Vinci, Madonna Litta, 1490.
Leonardo da Vinci, Madonna Litta, 1490.

Archaeological Findings

July has been a big month for ancient archaeology and, across Europe, discoveries have been made that allow that slightly clearer view into our ancestors' lives. In a collection of sandstone caves in Derbyshire, it is now believed these elaborate structures were built in the 9th century and that one could have been home to an exiled medieval Anglo-Saxon King. Anglo-Saxon architecture is apparent throughout the rock surfaces. Detailed measurements, architectural study and drone surveys have allowed reconstruction of the original plan of three rooms. Locally, it is known as ‘Anchor Church Cave’. A Northumbrian King who was deposed and exiled in 806 C.E. is thought to have fled South and taken up dwelling here and came to be known as Saint Hardulph. The UK is not the only place still unearthing history and over in Italy, big discoveries have been made. In Venice’s rising waters, cultural heritage has been drowned for centuries and existing history is at continual threat. An ancient Roman road was, however, discovered deep below the surface of the Venice Lagoon. With the help of modern science and extensive sonar surveys, researchers have uncovered docks, port facilities, and roads that predate the founding of Venice.

Anchor Church Cave, 9th Century, Royal Agriculatural University.
Anchor Church Cave, 9th Century, Royal Agriculatural University.
A reconstruction of the road found at the bottom of a Venice lagoon. Photo by Antonio Calandriello and Giuseppe D’Acunto.
A reconstruction of the road found at the bottom of a Venice lagoon. Photo by Antonio Calandriello and Giuseppe D’Acunto.

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29/07/2021
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Art News: July

What has been going on this month in the art world? Over the course of July we have seen the adult entertainment industry expand into renowned museums, NFTs have not ceased to dominate and archaeological discoveries continue to educate!

Pornhub: Exploration of Classical Nudes

It was announced earlier this month that Pornhub (yes, you read that right) would be launching an interactive guide featuring classical nudes. These paintings are housed in some of the most distinguished museums around the world including the Louvre, the Met, and Museum del Prado. In the wake of the pandemic, museums and galleries are still rebuilding upon the financial damage they sustained from the pandemic, thus this campaign serves to encourage visitors back into the world of art. Due to the nature of the website, it is also able to reach a more diverse audience that might never have thought to visit these institutions. Pornhub is offering guides and audio tours that can either be experienced at home or at the museums. Through these tours, art history is infused with humour, making it more accessible to everyone.

Sandro Botticelli, The Birth of Venus, c. 1485.
Sandro Botticelli, The Birth of Venus, c. 1485.


NFTs Continue To Be the Right Now Trend

NFTs are the new craze and it is not only contemporary artists getting involved in this hot trend. The State Hermitage Museum in St Petersburg, is channelling some prolific and timeless pieces into a collection of NFTs. This collection will include works by Vincent van Gogh, Leonardo da Vinci and Claude Monet. In spite of recent cryptocurrency legislation in Russia that places limitations on the use of digital assets as currency, Binance marketplace will host the sale at the end of August.

Leonardo da Vinci, Madonna Litta, 1490.
Leonardo da Vinci, Madonna Litta, 1490.

Archaeological Findings

July has been a big month for ancient archaeology and, across Europe, discoveries have been made that allow that slightly clearer view into our ancestors' lives. In a collection of sandstone caves in Derbyshire, it is now believed these elaborate structures were built in the 9th century and that one could have been home to an exiled medieval Anglo-Saxon King. Anglo-Saxon architecture is apparent throughout the rock surfaces. Detailed measurements, architectural study and drone surveys have allowed reconstruction of the original plan of three rooms. Locally, it is known as ‘Anchor Church Cave’. A Northumbrian King who was deposed and exiled in 806 C.E. is thought to have fled South and taken up dwelling here and came to be known as Saint Hardulph. The UK is not the only place still unearthing history and over in Italy, big discoveries have been made. In Venice’s rising waters, cultural heritage has been drowned for centuries and existing history is at continual threat. An ancient Roman road was, however, discovered deep below the surface of the Venice Lagoon. With the help of modern science and extensive sonar surveys, researchers have uncovered docks, port facilities, and roads that predate the founding of Venice.

Anchor Church Cave, 9th Century, Royal Agriculatural University.
Anchor Church Cave, 9th Century, Royal Agriculatural University.
A reconstruction of the road found at the bottom of a Venice lagoon. Photo by Antonio Calandriello and Giuseppe D’Acunto.
A reconstruction of the road found at the bottom of a Venice lagoon. Photo by Antonio Calandriello and Giuseppe D’Acunto.

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