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A portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, a member of the British royal family.

Royal Portraits Now on Display in the US

For the first time in history, portraits of the British royal family are on display in the United States. For many of the images, it is the first time they have been transported outside of the United Kingdom. Houston’s Museum of Fine Arts has partnered with the National Portrait Gallery in London to feature 150 […]

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Flowers, cards, and other gifts placed beneath the

Artists Create Portraits for Vegas Shooting Victims

October 1 will be the one-year anniversary of the worst mass shooting in United States history. Fifty-eight people were killed while attending the Route 91 Harvest country music festival in Las Vegas, Nevada.   Artist Ellen Abramo is commemorating the victims with portraits to be displayed in Las Vegas, giving life to the memories of […]

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Photos of the Most Violent City In America

Flint, Michigan lies in the literal shadow of Detroit, and photographer Brett Carlsen describes it as “the fast forward version” of the Motor City. Carlsen has seen first hand, through the lens of a camera, the violence, poverty, and economic ruin that has washed over what has statistically become the most violent city in America. […]

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Harajuke Girl, Kirk Crippens

“Portraitlandia” Is Portraits of Portlanders Doing Portland Things

Ever since comedians Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein created a show that parodied the lives of Portlanders, viewers and PDX residents alike have cringed and delighted in the show’s portrayal of Portland life. Portlandia has garnered quite a following through its hilarious sketches that feature the incredibly hip, alternative and quirky Pacific Northwestern city, and the antics […]

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