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Mulka’s Cave

Mulka’s Cave

On the outside, Mulka’s Cave looks like a large rock devoid of any significance. However, Mulka’s Cave is home to Western Australia’s largest collection of Aboriginal art. Like the nearby Hippo’s Yawn, Mulka’s Cave is also a tafone.  ...
Friendship Archway

Friendship Archway

Built in 1986, the Friendship Archway is probably the most visible feature of what is left of Chinatown in the District of Columbia. Yes, there are some Chinese restaurants and a few Chinese run businesses left, but for the most part national chain stores have pretty...
King’s Birthday Celebration Arch

King’s Birthday Celebration Arch

Built in 1999, the King’s Birthday Celebration Arch stands at the middle of Odeon Circle, a traffic circle marking the southeastern end (or entrance) to Bangkok’s Chinatown.   The Chinese-Thai erected the arch to honor the beloved King Bhumibol Adulyadej...
WONDER Exhibition

WONDER Exhibition

After the end of a two-year renovation project, the Renwick Gallery in the District of Columbia reopened on Friday, November 13, 2015 with the WONDER Exhibition.   WONDER features works from nine contemporary artists. These larger than life works of art transform...
Museum Puri Lukisan

Museum Puri Lukisan

Opened in 1956, Museum Puri Lukisan is Ubud’s first museum and home of a significant collection of Balinese art. Most pieces in the museum are 20th Century paintings and wood sculptures spread out over four exhibition buildings.   Officially opened to the public...
Rocky Statue

Rocky Statue

Movie prop or public art? Maybe both.   In 1980, Sylvester Stallone, the director and protagonist of Rocky III, hired A. Thomas Schomberg to create a bronze statue of the fictional character Rocky Balboa. This statue was a movie prop for Rocky III. After the movie,...
Tribute in Light

Tribute in Light

It is the fifth anniversary for the September 11th terrorist attacks.   Once again eighty-eight blue lights light up the night sky from dusk until dawn on September 12. Arranged in two forty-eight foot squares in lower Manhattan near the World Trade Center site, the...