The science behind ‘Moonfall’

Directed by noted end of the world enthusiast Roland Emmerich (Independence Day, The Day After Tomorrow) and starring Halle Berry, Patrick Wilson, and Game of Thrones‘ John Bradley, Moonfall dares to ask what might happen if the moon fell out of orbit and came hurtling toward Earth. Despite its seemingly ridiculous premise, NASA took the time…

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Alessandra Scarci: Know yourself and then, fly

Alessandra Scarci, actress and presenter from Italy, known for “Loro” directed by the Oscar Paolo Sorrentino, “Tommaso” with Willem Dafoe directed by Abel Ferrara, “Una famiglia mostruosa” by Volfango de Biasi and “Agrodolce” by Alessandro Prato in which she plays the protagonist Cecilia. What turns you on creatively, spiritually or…

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Unseen portraits of David Bowie by Masayoshi Sukita

A new show and monograph reflect on the career of Japanese photographer Masayoshi Sukita, known for iconic portraits of rock music royalty, from David Bowie to Iggy Pop and Jimi Hendrix. Photographer Masayoshi Sukita first met David Bowie in London, 1972. Drawn to the rapidly evolving countercultures in the West,…

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How Does Art Affect Culture and Society?

Art Affect Culture and society by changing opinions, instilling values and translating experiences across space and time. Research has shown art affects the fundamental sense of self. Art preserves what fact-based historical records cannot: how it felt to exist in a particular place at a particular time. Art in this sense…

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