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James Gets His Portrait Painted

In a Corbett Report first, Norway-based artist Chris Reddy of conducts a “portrait interview” of James Corbett. But this is no ordinary portrait: Reddy focuses on the inner mental landscape of the subject to create a “bigger image” of the person. Enjoy. More from James Corbett on a new edition of The Corbett Report.

Worldwide Rally For Freedom

Welcome to New World Next Week – the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news. This week:

  • Story #1: March 20 “World Wide Rally For Freedom”
  • Story #2: Moderna Begins Study of COVID-19 Vaccine In Kids
  • Story #3: Spotify Censors Art for “Misinformation

Utah’s Mysterious Monolith

A giant metal monolith, ala 2001: A Space Odyssey, was discovered in the southeastern corner of the Utah desert in the middle of nowhere. The mysterious, shiny, metallic slab was spotted by a Utah Department of Public Safety (DPS) crew on a wildlife assistance mission to help count bighorn sheep in the area.

Once photos of the monolith were posted online, it didn’t take long for theories to spread across social media. They ranged from an alien sighting to work from a local artist. The DPS said it is illegal to install structures or art on federally managed public lands without authorization, no matter what planet you’re from. DPS says it will not reveal the location of the structure. Here’s more from CF-apps7865.

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$67 Billion Art Wars

The global art market was valued at $67.4 billion in 2018, the second highest year ever. Driven by the United States, United Kingdom and China, the three largest art markets in the world, they combined for 84 percent of sales, led by the U.S. at 44 percent. But the real drivers of the art market are the auction houses. Sales at public auctions exceeded $29 billion in 2018 and two auction houses—Christie’s and Sotheby’s—dominated the market, capturing more than 40 percent of sales. Learn more as CNBC takes a closer look at the market and how two auction houses rose to the top.

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Notre Dame Collapses

The spire of the iconic Paris Notre Dame Cathedral has collapsed as a result of a major fire that engulfed the roof of the landmark tourist attraction an hour earlier. As the fire raged on Monday, the building began collapsing. More from RT.

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Stefan Molyneux offers a philosophical essay on Notre Dame Cathedral, its 800-year-plus history and its rich art collection.

Here is drone footage of Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris France and the neighboring Seine River. The aerial filming was done in 2014 with a DJI Phantom 2 Gopro Hero 3 Black, from Pont des Amoureux and the Love Lock Bridge.

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EntertheStars Reloaded reports on the Notre Dame fire and how this conflagration was foretold in the animated short I, Pet Goat II by Canadian artist Louis Lefebvre. EntertheStars believes this was no accident, but a case of arson. The question: Who was behind the arson?

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Here is I, Pet Goat II. Released in 2012, the seven-minute short seems to depict both the 9-11 disaster and the burning of Notre Dame. The film takes a critical look at current events. A mysterious figure travels aboard his boat through a dark and desolate landscape in his quest for inner peace.

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The Sick Nike Art Collection

Want to see a truly sick and vile art collection? Take a look at the paintings and other artworks collected by Mark Parker, the CEO of Nike. We have discussed his sadistic art tastes before, but the collection is even more disgusting when seen in its totality.

You have to wonder how a company like Disney would place Parker on its board of directors? This is a company that runs amusement theme parks tailor-made for children.  When someone’s taste in art runs toward violence and depravity against children, as well as cannibalism and child sacrifice, you have to wonder why Disney views him as a legitimate candidate for its board. This not only seems bizarre, but frankly, its creepy as all hell. More from TestingTheNarrative.

Amsterdam Enjoy








The Mark Ryden painting

that inspired Lady Gaga’s

Meat Dress.

UFOs in Ancient Art

This video will show you a collection of European paintings that are hundreds of years old but contain images of UFO’s. This is a collection of coins, tapestries, paintings, leaflets, wall frescos, books. For some reason the artists of these works wanted to include giant flying wheels, UFO’s beaming light, hovering disks, flying balls,

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Modern Art Atrocities

Modern art is a reflection of how we’ve lost faith in Western civilization. Essay by Paul Joseph Watson.

A Pile of Picassos

The mother of a suspected art thief is thought to have burned numerous irreplaceable paintings from the likes of Picasso, Monet, Matisse and Gauguin. SourceFed reports.

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Artist Stirs Privacy Debate

DNA extracted from cigarette butts and bubble gum found on the streets of Brooklyn is being used by artist Heather Dewey-Hagborg to create realistic portraits of anonymous New Yorkers. The artist says her project is designed to spark debate about the use – or potential misuse – of DNA profiling in society. Ben Gruber reports for Reuters.

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