Saints and Heroes: Art of Medieval and Renaissance Europe in Chicago

Step back in time and immerse yourself in the spiritual, domestic, and chivalric worlds of the Middle Ages and Renaissance. This spring, the Art Institute unveils the new Deering Family Galleries of Medieval and Renaissance Art, Arms, and Armor, presenting nearly 700 objects from the museum’s rich holdings of art from 1200 to 1600: monumental … More Saints and Heroes: Art of Medieval and Renaissance Europe in Chicago

The First Gold – Treasures from Bulgaria at Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna

On March 7th the Kunsthistorisches Museum opens an exhibition showcasing Europe’s oldest goldmine together with the largest Bronze Age gold hoard ever discovered. A few years ago the sensational discovery of Europe’s oldest goldmine at Ada Tepe (Bulgaria) made international headlines. In collaboration with the Austrian Academy of Sciences, and using state-of-the-art technology, scholars are … More The First Gold – Treasures from Bulgaria at Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna

Decadence & Antiquity, Lawrence Alma-Tadema at Belvedere Museum

A new solo exhibition in the Lower Belvedere, Vienna will honor celebrated artist Lawrence Alma-Tadema and his works. Born and raised in Friesland, Alma-Tadema received his education in Belgium before immigrating to London in 1870. He lived there with his two daughters from his first marriage and his second wife, Laura Theresa Epps, who was also … More Decadence & Antiquity, Lawrence Alma-Tadema at Belvedere Museum

Dot – The First Smart Braille Watch

Reaching the unreachable The idea took off when Eric Kim, founder and CEO, came across a blind classmate hauling large, bulky books during his studies at the University of Washington. He realized that, while most students were using tablet devices in class, this particular student wasn’t able to take advantage of the new technologies widely … More Dot – The First Smart Braille Watch