works art – La Prairie SHLM http://laprairie-shlm.com/ Fri, 18 Mar 2022 10:36:14 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://laprairie-shlm.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/12/icon-2-150x150.png works art – La Prairie SHLM http://laprairie-shlm.com/ 32 32 Museum Art Discount Market to See Huge Growth by 2030 | Agility, Workshop 4, DHL, Iron Mountain (Crozier), Couronne – Le Saber https://laprairie-shlm.com/museum-art-discount-market-to-see-huge-growth-by-2030-agility-workshop-4-dhl-iron-mountain-crozier-couronne-le-saber/ Thu, 17 Mar 2022 12:45:02 +0000 https://laprairie-shlm.com/museum-art-discount-market-to-see-huge-growth-by-2030-agility-workshop-4-dhl-iron-mountain-crozier-couronne-le-saber/ The JCMR recently presented Delivery of works of art to the museum study with a focused approach on market size and volumes by application, particular industry process, product type, players, and production and consumption analysis considering key drivers, cost structure and regulatory factors. Currently, the Museum Art Handing market is growing its presence and some […]]]>

The JCMR recently presented Delivery of works of art to the museum study with a focused approach on market size and volumes by application, particular industry process, product type, players, and production and consumption analysis considering key drivers, cost structure and regulatory factors. Currently, the Museum Art Handing market is growing its presence and some of the key players in the comprehensive study are Agility, Atelier 4, DHL, Iron Mountain (Crozier), Crown, DB Schenker, Aetna, MTAB, Fine Art Logistics, Freight Systems, Mithals, Deppon, Sinotrans, Grace, Yamato, USArt, Michelle, Katolec, Helu-Trans, Globaliner
The report offers a comprehensive assessment of the Museum Art Handing market. It does this by relying on in-depth qualitative information about the museum, historical museum data, and verifiable market size projections. The Museum Art Handing projections presented in the report have been derived using proven research methodologies and assumptions.

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Museum Art Discount Market Segmentation Insights 2015-2030 yn The basis of the following coverage: –

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This study also contains Museum Art Handing company profile, Museum Art Handing product picture and specification, Museum Art Handing sales, Museum Art Handing market share and contact information for various international, regional and international vendors. locals of the global Museum Art Handing market, some of them follow key players Agility, Atelier 4, DHL, Iron Mountain (Crozier), Crown, DB Schenker, Aetna, MTAB, Fine Art Logistics, Freight Systems, Mithals, Deppon, Sinotrans, Grace, Yamato, USArt, Michelle, Katolec, Helu-Trans, Globaliner. Competition in the museum art remittance market continues to grow with the rise of technological innovation and M&A activity in the art remittance industry in museums. Additionally, many local and regional vendors offer specific application products for various end users. New vendors entering the market find it difficult to compete with international Museum Art Handing vendors based on quality, Museum Art Handing reliability and innovations in Museum Art Handing technology.

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Highlights from the cover of the Museum Art Handing report:

– A comprehensive background analysis, which includes an assessment of the global market for the delivery of art to museums.
– Significant changes in the Museum Art Handing market dynamics
– Segmentation of the market for the delivery of works of art to museums up to the regional bifurcation of second and third levels
– Historical, current, and projected size of the Art Museum market with respect to both value (revenue) and volume (production and consumption)
– Report and assessment of recent developments in the museum art remittance industry
– Museum art delivery market shares and strategies of key players
– Emerging niches Segments Museum Art Handing and regional markets
– An objective assessment of the trajectory of the market for the return of works of art to museums
– Recommendations to companies to strengthen their presence in the Museum Art Handing market

Additionally, export and import policies which can have an immediate impact on the global market for the remission of works of art to museums. This study contains an EXIM* related chapter on the Global Museum Art Remission Market and all its associated companies with their profiles, which provides valuable data on their outlook in terms of financials, products, investment plans and marketing and sales strategies.

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There are following 15 Chapters to display the global Museum Art Handing Market.

Contents
1 Museum Art Discount Market Overview
1.1 Introduction to the delivery of works of art to world museums
1.2 Market Analysis by [Type]
1.3 Market Analysis by [Application]
1.4 Market Analysis by North America, Europe, China, Japan, Rest of the World
1.5 Market dynamics for the return of works of art to museums
1.5.1 Market opportunities for the return of works of art to museums
1.5.2 Risk related to the market for returning works of art to museums
1.5.3 Driving Force of Museum Art Return Market

2 profiles of manufacturers of museum art materials
2.1.1 Overview of Museum Art Return Industry Business
2.1.2 Global Museum Artwork Management Market Type and Applications
2.1.3 Museum Sales, Price, Revenue, Gross Margin and Market Share and SWOT Analysis (2021-2022)

3 Global Museum Art Discount Market Competition, by Manufacturer
4 Global Museum Art Discount Market Analysis by Regions Including Their Countries
5 By Museum Art Handing different Regions

6 types of museum artwork discount products

7 Types of Museum Artwork Discount Apps

8 key players – Agility, Atelier 4, DHL, Iron Mountain (Crozier), Crown, DB Schenker, Aetna, MTAB, Fine Art Logistics, Freight Systems, Mithals, Deppon, Sinotrans, Grace, Yamato, USArt, Michelle, Katolec, Helu -Trans, Globaliner
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10 Museum Art Discount Segments by Types
11 Museum Art Discount Segment by Application
12 Museum Art Handing COVID-19 Impacted Forecast (2022-2030)
13 Museum Art Handing Sales channel, distributors, traders and resellers
14 Results and conclusion of research on the return of works of art to museums
15 Appendix
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Unsolved murder may shed new light on art theft from Gardner Museum – ARTnews.com https://laprairie-shlm.com/unsolved-murder-may-shed-new-light-on-art-theft-from-gardner-museum-artnews-com/ Mon, 28 Feb 2022 20:48:00 +0000 https://laprairie-shlm.com/unsolved-murder-may-shed-new-light-on-art-theft-from-gardner-museum-artnews-com/ A murder that hasn’t been solved for decades could offer the last lead for investigators trying to recover works stolen from Boston’s Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum more than 30 years ago, according to a report by Boston 25. During this famous heist, 13 works of art, including major paintings by Vermeer and Rembrandt, were taken […]]]>

A murder that hasn’t been solved for decades could offer the last lead for investigators trying to recover works stolen from Boston’s Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum more than 30 years ago, according to a report by Boston 25.

During this famous heist, 13 works of art, including major paintings by Vermeer and Rembrandt, were taken in the early hours of March 18, 1990. Collectively valued at $500 million, the works have never been found. Many names have been floated over the years as to who might have taken the works and who might have taken possession of them shortly after the theft.

Now a new name has been added to the mix: Jimmy Marks, who was shot twice on February 20, 1991, outside his apartment in Lynn, Massachusetts, about 25 minutes northeast of Boston. Marks’ murder is currently unsolved and no arrests have been made in connection with the case.

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Marks was a convicted bank robber and an associate of Robert Guarente, who was a long-time person of interest in the case and died in 2004. Guarente had been with Marks earlier in the day of his death and is suspected for being the one to pull the trigger on Marks.

“[Marks] had ties to subjects believed to be involved in the Gardner Museum robbery,” Lynn Deputy Police Chief Mark O’Toole said. Recount the boston globe. “We don’t know what role he played, if any. But most likely, it was related” to his death.

Investigators believe that Guarente was at one time in possession of two of the stolen works, which he later turned over to another person named Robert Gentile. Gentile, who died in 2021, continually denied involvement in the theft or possession of any of the works until his death.

A recent tip to investigators said that before his death, Marks “bragged that he was not only in possession of some of Gardner’s stolen artwork, he bragged that he hid it,” according to Boston 25. Police recently searched Lynn’s apartment where Marks once lived, but found nothing.

“At the time when [Marks] was killed, the main suspect in this homicide [Guarente] is someone who we believe owned two of Gardner’s paintings,” said Gardner museum security chief Anthony Amore. Boston 25. “It definitely sets off flashing lights that this needs to be investigated further.”

Shortly after Marks’ death, investigators were first able to place Guarente and Gentile in the same location. love said Boston 25“The fact that these people are converging here around the time of Marks’ homicide certainly makes anyone looking for Gardner’s paintings sit up and pay attention.”

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REDUCE, REUSE AND RECYCLE: HI-DESERT MUSEUM ART CALL https://laprairie-shlm.com/reduce-reuse-and-recycle-hi-desert-museum-art-call/ Mon, 21 Feb 2022 16:13:57 +0000 https://laprairie-shlm.com/reduce-reuse-and-recycle-hi-desert-museum-art-call/ This year, the theme for the Hi-Desert Museum Juried Art Exhibition is “The Desert is a Vast Land, Not a Desert”, to celebrate the beauty of the desert. All mediums will be catered for and all ages are welcome to participate. Hilary Sloane will give you the details to get on the show… In today’s […]]]>

This year, the theme for the Hi-Desert Museum Juried Art Exhibition is “The Desert is a Vast Land, Not a Desert”, to celebrate the beauty of the desert. All mediums will be catered for and all ages are welcome to participate. Hilary Sloane will give you the details to get on the show…

In today’s era of heightened environmental awareness, artists are increasingly turning to flea markets, trash cans and surplus outlets to satisfy their urge to create while caring for the planet. This exhibition is designed to get people to rethink our throwaway society by sharing the local community’s innovative and often surprising use of reused and recycled materials.

The Museum will receive submissions from January 13, 5:00 p.m. to March 12, 5:00 p.m. The submission categories are “Best in Show”, “Most Creative”, “Best Interpretation of the theme” and “staff favorite”. The show will be presented from April 1 to May 7.

Rules for presenting and submitting works:

• Hanging work must have the proper hardware and be hung securely.

• Sculptures and three-dimensional works of art are permitted but must be stable enough to be handled and displayed without damage.

• The Museum will not accept works containing explosive or toxic materials, living animal/vegetable materials, perishable foodstuffs or other substances harmful to Museum artifacts or visitors.

• The Museum is a family-oriented establishment and reserves the right to refuse any work of art of questionable nature or content likely to alter its mission.

• Each artist can present up to 3 pieces.

• Submit a good quality image of each piece.

• Each submission will require a brief description, including title, dimensions and medium. Submissions without this information will automatically be disqualified.

• The Museum will accept entries based on the following: the extent to which the work embodies the theme, composition, overall size and exhibition requirements.

• We will email artists a list of all accepted applications on March 16, 2022.

• Artists must deliver accepted works to the Hi-Desert Nature Museum between 12:30 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. on March 23, 24, 25 or 26.

• Works accepted and delivered to the Museum will be hung in the gallery until the end of the exhibition.

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Global Museum Art Delivery Market Penetration and Forecast 2022-2029 https://laprairie-shlm.com/global-museum-art-delivery-market-penetration-and-forecast-2022-2029/ Tue, 08 Feb 2022 13:12:35 +0000 https://laprairie-shlm.com/global-museum-art-delivery-market-penetration-and-forecast-2022-2029/ Market research on the global museum art handover market examines the performance of the Market for the return of works of art from the museum 2022. It contains an in-depth analysis of the Museum Art Delivery market status and competitive landscape globally. Global Museum Art Delivery Market can be obtained through market details such as […]]]>

Market research on the global museum art handover market examines the performance of the Market for the return of works of art from the museum 2022. It contains an in-depth analysis of the Museum Art Delivery market status and competitive landscape globally. Global Museum Art Delivery Market can be obtained through market details such as growth drivers, latest developments, business strategies of Museum Art Delivery Market museums, the regional study and the future state of the market. The report also covers insights including the latest opportunities and challenges in the Museum Art Discount industry as well as historical and future future trends in the Museum Art Discount market. It focuses on the market dynamics which are constantly changing due to technological advancements and socio-economic status.

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A recent Museum Art Handing Market study analyzes the crucial factors of the Museum Art Handing market based on the current industry situation, market demands, business strategies adopted by Museum Art Handing market players and their scenario of growth. This report isolates the Museum Art Discount market based on key players, type, application, and regions. First of all, Museum Art Handing market report will offer in-depth knowledge about the company profile, its core products and specifications, revenue generated, production cost, contact person. The report covers forecast and analysis of the art handing over museums market on a global and regional level.

COVID-19 impact analysis:

In this report, the pre and post COVID impact on market growth and development is well described for better understanding of the Museum Art Discount market on the basis of financial and industry analysis. The COVID-19 pandemic has affected a number of markets and the global museum art release market is no exception. However, the dominant players in the global museum art remittance market are determined to adopt new strategies and seek new sources of funding to overcome the growing hurdles for market growth.

Pivotal Players Studied in the Museum Art Delivery Market Report:

Agility
DHL
DB Schenker
Iron Mountain (Crozier)
Crown
MTAB
Freight systems
Etna
fine arts logistics
Workshop 4
Grace
Helu-Trans
USAArt
Yamato
Katolec
Mithals
Sinotrans
Deppon
Globalize
Michelle

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The types of products uploaded to the Museum Art Handing Market are:

Transport
Packaging
Storage
Other

The main applications of this report are:

public museum
Private museum
Museum exhibition

The regional coverage of the market for the return of works of art to museums is:

North American market (United States, North American countries and Mexico),
European market (Germany, Museum Art Handing France Market, United Kingdom, Russia and Italy),
Asia-Pacific market (China, Museum Art Handing Japan and Korean market, Asian country and Southeast Asia),
South America (Brazil, Argentina, Republic of Colombia, etc.), geographical area
Africa (Saudi Peninsula, United Arab Emirates, Egypt, Nigeria and South Africa)

Museum Art Handing report provides past, present and future Museum Art Handing industry size, trends and forecast information related to Museum Art Handing revenue, growth, demand and supply scenario Handings expected. In addition, the opportunities and threats to the development of the Museum Art Handing market forecast period from 2022 to 2029 are also covered extensively in this research document.

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]]> Dubai’s Museum of the Future is set to open to the public this month https://laprairie-shlm.com/dubais-museum-of-the-future-is-set-to-open-to-the-public-this-month/ Sun, 06 Feb 2022 13:48:17 +0000 https://laprairie-shlm.com/dubais-museum-of-the-future-is-set-to-open-to-the-public-this-month/ Ras Al-Khaimah Fine Arts Festival celebrates 10 years with a journey through the past and future of the United Arab Emirates DUBAI: Ten years ago, some 20 artists and curators from Ras Al-Khaimah in the United Arab Emirates conceived the Ras Al-Khaimah Fine Arts Festival, relying solely on contributions and support from volunteers to showcase […]]]>

Ras Al-Khaimah Fine Arts Festival celebrates 10 years with a journey through the past and future of the United Arab Emirates

DUBAI: Ten years ago, some 20 artists and curators from Ras Al-Khaimah in the United Arab Emirates conceived the Ras Al-Khaimah Fine Arts Festival, relying solely on contributions and support from volunteers to showcase the emirate’s burgeoning arts and culture scene. A decade later, the festival, nestled in and around the preserved coral stone and mud houses, market and fort of the historic pearling village of Al-Jazirah Al-Hamra, has evolved into a collaborative space for two months with an exhibition of over 150 works of art from over 45 countries, walking tours, workshops and activities.

Entitled “The Journey”, the 10th edition of the festival, which runs until March 31, pays tribute to the sustained efforts of the country’s creatives to develop a platform for cultural exchange and artistic development while celebrating the 50th anniversary of the United Arab Emirates.

Along the venue’s sandy walkways and structures, large-scale photographs and artworks printed on weather-resistant materials and interactive installations and sculptures delve into their creators’ interpretations of ancestry, migration , national identity and personal growth. They also recount the transformation of the Emirates from Bedouin tribes and the founding of the Trucial States into the melting pot of cultures and technologies that it is today.

The festival celebrates the 50th anniversary of the United Arab Emirates. Provided

“As one of the founding members of the festival, I remember a time when we had to rely on donations and volunteers for the event. When we created a website for the festival, no one knew where Ras Al-Khaimah was. Ten years later, with the rapid development of the emirate, we now have artists from all over the world exhibiting at the festival. The destination we find ourselves in today, both as a country that constantly seeks to preserve its culture and heritage and as a festival that has made its mark on the international art scene, is suitable for travel,” Suqrat bin Bisher, director of the festival, told Arab News.

Visitors to this year’s festival will, for the first time, be able to access an additional 1 km stretch of the oldest part of the village to experience curated exhibitions featuring artwork by citizens, residents and artists regional and international. There are also exhibits from the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, the US Mission to the United Arab Emirates, and the NYUAD Art Gallery. The festival also partnered for the first time with Cinema Akil, Gulf Photo Plus and Warehouse421 for a diverse program.

Striking images depicting the people, heritage and landscape of the United Arab Emirates by the festival’s featured artist, Yousef Al-Zaabi, greet festival-goers as they enter the fort. The self-taught Emirati photographer from Ras Al-Khaimah says this exhibition is an opportunity for him to share his identity journey with the world.

“My photos are a window on the past and the future. I have photographed all over the United Arab Emirates, in Ras Al-Khaimah, Liwa, Dubai and Hatta, aiming to capture moments that authentically illustrate the country and its people. Each photo tells a different story of the United Arab Emirates and I want visitors to discover these stories with me,” said the Founder and President of the Emirates Falcons Photography Society and Vice President of the Union of Arab Photographers.

The award-winning photographer, whose work has also graced the cover of National Geographic Arabia, believes the festival plays a vital role in promoting intercultural dialogue.

“There is a lot to learn from the experiences of artists attending and presenting at the festival. It is a knowledge-sharing platform that nurtures and strengthens the arts and culture scene in the UAE. »

Striking black and white composite portrait of several generations of Emiratis in the “Emirates Legacy” series by Filipino photographer Mario Cardenas. Provided

Other Emirati artists at this year’s festival include Abdullah Lutfi, depicting the skyline and landscapes of the United Arab Emirates in his distinct black and white drawings; Medyyah Al-Tamimi, who captures the daily bustle of the city in photographs and writing; and filmmaker Sara Al-Hashimi with her thought-provoking documentaries about the region.

Equally revealing photographs of the Emirates taken by residents, such as the striking black-and-white composite portrait of several generations of Emiratis in Filipino photographer Mario Cardenas’ “Emirates Legacy” series, offer a rare perspective of self-discovery within of the national population.

The Al-Qasimi Foundation’s special exhibition “Travel in COVID”, curated by Azza Al-Nuaimi – the director of the festival – and Ji Young Kim and presented in three houses in the village, is a commentary on the shared experience of the humanity in difficult times. The exhibit features images of canceled visas, postcards exchanged during global lockdowns, and drawings of lonely moments that led to heightened creativity during the pandemic. “Longing Be-longing,” curated by independent art curator Sharon Total from Tel Aviv, explores the influences of post-Orientalism in contemporary Israeli art.

The festival extends beyond the Heritage Village with two satellite exhibition sites at the highest peak in the United Arab Emirates, Jebal Jais, and the open park of Al-Marjan Island. The program also includes workshops, visits, animations and activities that will take place every weekend until the end of the festival.

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Holocaust artifacts, kept by survivor in HB’s lumber yard turned museum, find a home https://laprairie-shlm.com/holocaust-artifacts-kept-by-survivor-in-hbs-lumber-yard-turned-museum-find-a-home/ Sat, 05 Feb 2022 03:35:00 +0000 https://laprairie-shlm.com/holocaust-artifacts-kept-by-survivor-in-hbs-lumber-yard-turned-museum-find-a-home/ For decades, a Huntington Beach lumber yard was the site of a museum where visitors got a surprisingly honest look at the Holocaust seen through the eyes of someone who had lived through its horrors and survived. . Ideal Pallet System, Inc. on Cedar Drive was owned and operated by Mel Mermelstein, imprisoned in Auschwitz […]]]>

For decades, a Huntington Beach lumber yard was the site of a museum where visitors got a surprisingly honest look at the Holocaust seen through the eyes of someone who had lived through its horrors and survived. .

Ideal Pallet System, Inc. on Cedar Drive was owned and operated by Mel Mermelstein, imprisoned in Auschwitz at the age of 17 and the only member of his immediate family to make it out alive.

Committed to collecting evidence of atrocities committed against the Jewish people at Auschwitz, Buchenwald and beyond, Mermelstein began traveling abroad in 1967, visiting death camps and collecting grim artifacts found there – bullet casings to bone fragments to the remains of barbed wire fences and the structures they surrounded.

Mel Mermelstein in 1967 stands in the wreckage of a former concentration camp on one of the many trips he would make to Europe to collect Holocaust artifacts.

(Courtesy of the Auschwitz Study Foundation)

These finds, coupled with memorabilia Mermelstein had kept or received for several years, quickly coalesced into a collection of more than 700 pieces, some of which the Long Beach resident will submit as evidence in court to get a ruling from a court. judge in 1981 establishing the Holocaust as indisputable fact.

The collection would be on display in shipping containers at the Lumber Yard, a museum Mermelstein has opened to schools free of charge, his daughter, Edie, said Friday.

“You didn’t even know it was in there, and then you walked in and there was 1,600 square feet of stuff,” she said. “It was really very low – only teachers who knew us came. My father used to tell his director and his employees that they had to stop working while the students were there, so that there would be no noise.

A photo of Holocaust survivor Mel Mermelstein above a sketch of Holocaust deniers in an exhibit at the Chabad Center.

A photo of Holocaust survivor Mel Mermelstein above a sketch of Holocaust deniers in a courtroom on display at the Chabad Center for Jewish Life in Newport Beach.

(Kevin Chang / personal photographer)

In 1978, Mermelstein created the Auschwitz Study Foundation, a non-profit organization whose board members have embraced its mission to educate future generations about the Holocaust in hopes of inspiring them to live in peace and harmony. Their work will continue even after the lumber yard and the collection are closed to visitors in 2018.

Mermelstein died on January 28 of complications from COVID-19, but his mission continues and plans to expand are underway – his collection recently found a home in Newport Beach’s Chabad Center for Jewish Life.

At a grand opening ceremony in late August, Edie Mermelstein joined ASF board members and Chabad Center leaders in what they hope will become a county Holocaust education center. of Orange.

The exhibition is currently open to groups by reservation and features around 70 objects, including works of art created by Mermelstein from everyday objects and artifacts. The plan is to open the space to the visiting public in the coming months and rotate the items, so the entire collection can be viewed.

Rabbi Reuven Mintz, who heads the Newport Beach organization, said Mermelstein had dedicated his life to serving as a witness and promised the Chabad Center would build on that commitment.

Majdanek Concentration Camp children's shoes on display at the Chabad Center for Jewish Life in Newport Beach.

Children’s shoes salvaged from the Majdanek concentration camp and made into works of art by Holocaust survivor Mel Mermelstein are on display at the Chabad Center for Jewish Life in Newport Beach.

(Kevin Chang / personal photographer)

“He equipped himself with these tools of darkness, used to murder millions of people, and he transformed these tools of darkness into instruments of light,” Mintz said Friday. “We will redouble our efforts now that Mel has passed away and passed on his torch to us, his family and the community.”

Josh Anderson, a high school English teacher at Huntington Beach High School, has joined the Auschwitz Studies Foundation board of trustees after taking sophomores to study the Holocaust on numerous field trips to the Mermelstein lumber yard and seeing the impact it had first hand.

“They really don’t understand if they just see it in a book or a video,” he said. “When they can see the barbed wire, the Stars of David and the showerheads, it becomes super real.”

Anderson recounted how when Mermelstein was a teenager in Auschwitz, his father told him and his brother that they should separate, to increase the chances that one of them would make it out alive and tell the story of the Holocaust so the world will never forget.

Bullet casings recovered from Auschwitz were displayed Friday at the Chabad Center for Jewish Life in Newport Beach.

Bullet casings recovered from the Auschwitz grounds were displayed in the Mermelstein exhibit Friday at the Chabad Center for Jewish Life in Newport Beach.

(Kevin Chang / personal photographer)

“He did that and he lived to be 95,” Anderson said. “Now it’s Edie’s job, and my job, and the job of the board and all the teachers in Orange County to tell her story.”

Edie Mermelstein, who lives and practices law in Huntington Beach, is currently working on a documentary about her own family’s history called “Live to Tell.” Still busy fielding requests for comment on her father’s passing from The New York Times, The Washington Post and NBC’s “Today” show, she has yet to have time to fully mourn her loss.

Instead, the self-proclaimed “keeper” of the artifact collection, she carries on her father’s mission.

“He was very dedicated and he was just a peacemaker,” she said. “He believed that bringing Auschwitz to the United States would help bring peace and understanding among people. I know his legacy will live on.

Mel Mermelstein, seen in 2015, displayed Holocaust artifacts for decades at a museum in his Huntington Beach lumberyard.

Mel Mermelstein, seen in 2015, displayed Holocaust artifacts for decades at a museum in his Huntington Beach lumberyard. He died Jan. 28 at his Long Beach home at the age of 95.

(Brad Alexander)

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Coop Himmelblau’s filter roof for the Akron Museum https://laprairie-shlm.com/coop-himmelblaus-filter-roof-for-the-akron-museum/ Fri, 04 Feb 2022 07:40:11 +0000 https://laprairie-shlm.com/coop-himmelblaus-filter-roof-for-the-akron-museum/ The expansion of the Akron Museum designed by Coop Himmelb(l)au is distinguished by its huge steel filter roof covering both the old and the new building. It’s unusual to see such an expansion, especially on a museum, as the architects designed it with the intention of building something with high visual impact that would be […]]]>

The expansion of the Akron Museum designed by Coop Himmelb(l)au is distinguished by its huge steel filter roof covering both the old and the new building.
It’s unusual to see such an expansion, especially on a museum, as the architects designed it with the intention of building something with high visual impact that would be environmentally and energy-sustainable.
The expansion, built next to the old neo-Renaissance museum building, features a multi-faceted core of glass and steel called the Crystal. The Crystal is built in the familiar architectural idiom of the studio, welcoming visitors and orienting them inside the museum while providing them with an architectural experience with all the excitement and originality we have come to associate with projects. from the studio.
The architects covered the whole thing with a large semi-transparent roof, not in classic glass but in orsogril, supported by imposing cantilevered steel beams. They thus obtain an architectural hat of metal blocking the rays of the sun: the roof absorbs the rays of the sun and dissipates them instantaneously, because it is a body almost entirely disconnected from the rest of the building. This is made possible structurally by a box-shaped post at its center, with overhangs of several meters, a design expedient ensuring that the glass core below receives no direct sunlight, which would have a devastating effect on works of art and visitors.
In addition, the Crystal is designed to create microclimatic zones adapted to the needs, while intelligently using the potential of the material chosen to build it. In the same way, the floor slabs act as true radiant plates, helping to control the climate inside the building, heating or cooling it as needed.

Fabrice Orsini

Client: Akron Art Museum, Akron, Ohio, USA

Planning: COOP HIMMELB(L)AU – Wolf D. Prix, Helmut Swiczinsky + Partner ZT GmbH

Design Director: Wolf D.Award
Project partner: Michael Volk
Design Architects: Tom Wiscombe, Mona Marbach
Project architect: Angus Schoenberger
Project team: Mona Bayr, Marcelo Bernardi, Lorenz Bürgi, Mohamed Fezazi, Robert Haranza, Daniela Kobel, Dan Narita, Florian Pfeifer, Dionicio Valdez, Philip Vogt
Executive Architect: Westlake, Reed, Leskosky, Cleveland, Ohio, USA
Structural Engineering: B+G Ingenieure, Bollinger und Grohmann GmbH, Frankfurt, Germany; From Simone Consulting Engineers, San Francisco, USA
Mechanical Engineering: IBE Consulting Engineers, Los Angeles, USA
Acoustic engineering: Arup Acoustics, New York, USA
Lighting design: George Sexton Associates, Washington DC, USA
PROJECT DATA
Site area: 8,370 m²
Total usable area: 8,244 m²
Existing building (renovation) Floor area: 2,367 m²
Extension (new construction) Usable area: 5,877 m²
Height of the existing Museum building: 16.75 meters
Building height new building:
Gallery Box: 11.25 meters, High Roof: 17.5 meters, Crystal: 17.5 meters
Max. Building length: 76 meters (Gallery Box)
Max. Building width: 38 meters (Gallery Box)
Photo: © Roland Halbé
Plans and Diagrams: © COOP HIMMELB(L)AU


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Museum Art Handing Market Valuation to Grow at a Healthy CAGR through 2026 https://laprairie-shlm.com/museum-art-handing-market-valuation-to-grow-at-a-healthy-cagr-through-2026/ Tue, 01 Feb 2022 11:56:35 +0000 https://laprairie-shlm.com/museum-art-handing-market-valuation-to-grow-at-a-healthy-cagr-through-2026/ the Market for the return of works of art from the museum The research report includes an in-depth analysis of this industry vertical with expert insights on previous and current business setup. It carefully studies the vital aspects influencing the expansion of the industry such as growth drivers, challenges, and opportunities. Further, it defines the […]]]>

the Market for the return of works of art from the museum The research report includes an in-depth analysis of this industry vertical with expert insights on previous and current business setup. It carefully studies the vital aspects influencing the expansion of the industry such as growth drivers, challenges, and opportunities. Further, it defines the size and share of the market and its segments to infer the major revenue-generating prospects.

According to industry experts, the museum art handover market is expected to witness substantial growth, registering a CAGR of XX% over the estimated period 2020-2025.

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Additionally, the document assesses the impact of COVID-19 on regional markets and provides a conclusive overview of the economic situation around the world. In addition, it highlights the uncertainties raised and the challenges facing businesses amid the pandemic, including supply chain and demand disruptions as well as the complexity of cost management. In this regard, the research literature helps to build strong contingency plans to ensure long-term business continuity and profitability.

Crucial Tips from the Museum Art Handing Market Report:

  • Impact of COVID-19 on the industry pay scale.
  • Expected market growth rate.
  • Dominant market trends.
  • Opportunities for growth.
  • Advantages and disadvantages of indirect and direct sales channels.
  • Top resellers, traders and distributors.

Museum Art Handing Market Segments Covered in the Report:

Regional bifurcation:

  • North America (United States, Canada and Mexico)
  • Europe (Germany, France, UK, Russia and Italy)
  • Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Korea, India, Southeast Asia and Australia)
  • South America (Brazil, Argentina, Colombia)
  • Middle East and Africa (Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Egypt, Nigeria and South Africa)
  • Analysis of each regional market at the national level.
  • Overall revenue and net profit amassed by each domain.
  • Market share held by each geography.
  • Estimated growth rate and revenue generated by each regional market during the forecast period.

Type of product : Transport, packaging, storage and other

  • Revenue, sales and market share of each product category.
  • Pricing model of each product segment.

Scope : Public museum, private museum and museum exhibition

  • Revenue and sales generated by each application segment.
  • Product price according to scope.

Competitive Arena:

  • Agility
  • DHL
  • DB Schenker
  • Iron Mountain (Crozier)
  • Crown
  • MTAB
  • Freight systems
  • Etna
  • fine arts logistics
  • Workshop 4
  • Grace
  • Helu-Trans
  • USAArt
  • Yamato
  • Katolec
  • Mithals
  • Sinotrans
  • Deppon
  • Globaliner and Michelle

  • Services and products offered by industry leaders.
  • Manufacturing facilities of major players in various regions.
  • Main competitors of the main organizations and new competitors in the sector.
  • Review of pricing models, gross margins, overall sales, total revenue and market share of the companies mentioned.
  • SWOT assessment of listed companies.
  • Evaluation of well-known business strategies, market concentration rate and marketability rate.

The Museum Art Discount Market TOC contains the following points:

1 Presentation of the art delivery market in museums

2 Museum Art Handing Market Company Profiles

3 Market Competition, by Players

4 Market Size by Regions

5 North America Museums Revenue by Countries

6 Europe Art Museums Revenue by Countries

7 Asia-Pacific Museum Art Handing Revenue by Regions

8 South America Museums Revenue by Countries

9 Middle East & Africa Museum Art Distribution by Countries

10 Market Size Segments by Type

11 Global Museum Art Return Market Segment by Application

12 Global Museum Art Delivery Market Size Forecast (2021-2025)

13 Research findings and conclusion

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Vernon County Museum Notes | News https://laprairie-shlm.com/vernon-county-museum-notes-news/ Wed, 19 Jan 2022 14:00:00 +0000 https://laprairie-shlm.com/vernon-county-museum-notes-news/ Kristen Parrott, curator A Protest!” The exhibit is currently being installed at the museum, briefly covering a number of protest movements that have occurred in Vernon County over the past 150 years. The exhibit is organized around two main manifestations, one from the end of the 19th century and the other from the end of […]]]>

Kristen Parrott, curator

A Protest!” The exhibit is currently being installed at the museum, briefly covering a number of protest movements that have occurred in Vernon County over the past 150 years. The exhibit is organized around two main manifestations, one from the end of the 19th century and the other from the end of the 20th century.It also affects other protest movements, but to a lesser extent.

The main manifestation of the 19th century is the temperance movement, a subject we have already covered here in this column. The word temperance means “moderation” and in this context it means moderation in the consumption of alcohol or, more generally, complete abstinence.

Vernon County was home to chapters of several temperance societies, including the Independent Order of Good Templars and the Women’s Christian Temperance Union. Temperance organizations were established in Vernon County communities with large populations of Yankee and Norwegian settlers, such as De Soto, Esofea, Readstown, Viola, Viroqua, and Westby. The National Temperance Movement succeeded in passing the 18th Amendment, which instituted the ban, but the amendment was repealed after 14 years.

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The main 20th century protest movement featured in the exhibition is the protest against low-level military flying, another topic that has already been explored here. During the winter of 1995, a regional organization called “Citizens United Against Low Flying” was formed in Viroqua to combat a new Air National Guard plan.

The plan was to establish two new military training flight corridors over southwestern Wisconsin, which would involve thousands of flights per year at altitudes as low as 300 feet passing over parts of the Vernon and Crawford counties. Citizens United mounted a successful campaign to stop the plan.

One thing I find particularly interesting about these two protest movements is that they used the arts extensively in their campaigns. The Protest!” The exhibit includes music from the temperance campaign, in the form of hymns and songbooks, including “The Temperance Songster” and “New Anti-Saloon Songs: A Collection of Temperance and Moral Reform Songs”. A recording of temperance music plays in the background as visitors stand near the exhibit, featuring gems such as “A Sober Spouse For Me” and “Close Up the Booze Shop”.

The protest against low-level military flying also involved art, and the museum is fortunate to have several pieces in its collection. Richland County artist Ken Stark created two campaign cartoons, which are on display. And Westby artist Amos Miller created a painting and woodcuts of residents protesting outside the Wisconsin State Capitol. He also made a beautiful papier-mâché model of a fighter plane and mounted it on a safety helmet – all of these works of art are also in the exhibition.

You can view all of our exhibits during the museum’s regular winter hours, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, from noon to 4 p.m., or by appointment. To make an appointment, call us at 608-637-7396.

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The Rubin Museum of Art to return two relics from its collection to Nepal https://laprairie-shlm.com/the-rubin-museum-of-art-to-return-two-relics-from-its-collection-to-nepal/ Tue, 11 Jan 2022 10:55:19 +0000 https://laprairie-shlm.com/the-rubin-museum-of-art-to-return-two-relics-from-its-collection-to-nepal/ the Rubin Art Museum in New York announced that he would return two relics from his collection to Nepal after they were found smuggled from two religious sites in the Kathmandu Valley. A memorandum of understanding was signed on Monday by Bishnu Prasad Gautam, acting Nepalese consul general in New York, and Jorrit Britschgi, executive […]]]>

the Rubin Art Museum in New York announced that he would return two relics from his collection to Nepal after they were found smuggled from two religious sites in the Kathmandu Valley.

A memorandum of understanding was signed on Monday by Bishnu Prasad Gautam, acting Nepalese consul general in New York, and Jorrit Britschgi, executive director of the Rubin Museum.

“The Rubin Museum agreed to return the sculptures after identifying them and providing the required proof of their origins,” Gautam told Kantipur, the Post’s sister newspaper.

“Lost Arts of Nepal”, a group working to identify and locate lost Nepal artefacts scattered around the world, in September said he had located the two relics – a Flying Gandharva from the 14th century and another the upper part of a Torana from the 17th centuryat the Rubin Art Museum.

Nepalese heritage recovery campaign had then written to the museum for the return of the objects. The Department of Archeology then provided information to determine the ownership and origin of the works of art.

The museum said in a statement that these two relics were the first items in its collection to have been obtained illegally, the The New York Times reported.

According to museum officials, the Torana was lost from the main gate of Yampi Mahavihara / I-Bahi, Patan, Lalitpur. According to museum officials, the artwork arrived at the museum in 2010. The flying Apsara artwork is from Keshchandra Mahavihara, Itum Bahal, Kathmandu, which was lost in 1999 and added to the museum’s collection. in 2003.

According to a statement released by the Nepalese Consulate General in New York, Britschgi, upon signing the MoU, said: “As custodians of the art of our collection, the Rubin recognizes that we have an ongoing duty to carefully research the art and objects we collect and let’s exhibit. “

“The theft of archaeological objects continues to be a major concern in the art world. Rubin’s collection activities adhere to the highest standards of ethical and professional practice related to provenance, ”said Britschgi. “We believe it is our responsibility to address and resolve cultural property issues, including helping to facilitate the return of the two objects in question.”

Gautam, for his part, expressed his gratitude to the Rubin Museum.

“Rubin’s proactive and warm response and thoughtful collaboration have positively contributed to Nepal’s national efforts to recover and restore lost artifacts,” Gautam said. “I expressed my deep gratitude to the Rubin Museum, its Executive Director, Board of Trustees, academics and museum officials for their initiative and cooperation in returning these artefacts to Nepal.”

Gautam also appreciated the support received from the media, civil society and others in the business, the statement said.

The Nepalese Consulate General in New York and the Rubin Museum have expressed their willingness to work closely together to promote art and culture, including Himalayan art, saying these collaborative efforts contribute to the preservation cultural heritage and further strengthen the long-standing people. -the relations between Nepal and the United States of America.

“The Consulate General continues to work on the country’s national efforts in repatriating lost cultural property,” the statement read.

In December, government officials returned a sculpture depicting the Hindu goddess Lakshmi-Narayan on the pedestal of her temple in Patan after the Dallas Museum of Art returned it.

Gautam called the signing of the agreement a new step in the recovery of lost artifacts.

“The Rubin Museum of Art has agreed to cover the cost of transporting the relics to Nepal,” Gautam said. “These two relics have already been removed from the exhibits. “

According to Gautam, the two relics are expected to arrive in Nepal during the third week of May.

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