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Neue Nationalgalerie: Mies van der Rohe’s temple of glass and steel shines again in Berlin | Culture

It took more than six years of work, but the Neue Nationalgalerie, the iconic work of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe in Berlin, is now ready to once again house the State Museums collection of 20th century art. The building, inaugurated in 1968, has been restored by the British architect David Chipperfield preserving all the […]

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The End of the Pandemic Through Alice’s Looking Glass | Culture

The English of the Victorian era (1820-1914) did not call mirror to mirror. Was a looking glass, a crystal to look at. Or to go through it, and enter a world where everything is backwards and nothing makes sense. Today that glass would be the screen of a mobile, and little Alice would still not […]

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‘The ground under my feet’: a psychological drama on the glass ceiling | Culture

He moves through clean offices, houses and hotels. With impeccable workmanship, an impeccable attitude, an unbeatable appearance and an overwhelming personality. He is not yet 30 years old. “The new woman”, some will say, of those who have finally broken the glass ceiling. But in exchange of what? His life simply does not exist apart […]

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