An inextricable part of our history and an active agent of our global mission, the collection includes nearly 800 paintings, prints, drawings, photographs, and sculptures spanning the colonial period to 1945.In this section, you will find extensive information about each object, with a brief biography provided for each of the 235 artists represented in the collection. Entries include full "tombstone" data (title, date, medium, dimensions, and inscriptions); provenance; exhibition history; published references; and interpretive essays, aiding research for the general user.
But while we can still point to famous aesthetically mismatched partners (pudgy Trump and pulchritudinous Melania anyone?
), the mating patterns of the young now mean we are witnessing the death of the mixed-attractiveness couple.
This process becomes even more savage on apps such as Tinder, Bumble, Happn and OK-Cupid.
Habitually, users barely bother to write anything about themselves, opting instead to upload snaps of significant parts of their anatomy.
She has been singing on stages and heard on radio stations across Canada as far north as Iqaluit and in France as far south as Capbreton (yup- France) consistently since 2007.
After recently taking up music videos, she took home the 2012 Western Canadian Music Award for music video of the year with Je suis le genre.
We want to show that rich creative history of particle physics. The dancer Gilles Jobin said it made him understand, that arts also need fundamental research the same way scientists do.
When he learned that gravity is the weakest force and that our bodies are moving even when we remain still, it transformed his notion of the body.
If you spot a young person furiously attending to their phone, chances are they are swiping through thousands of faces — right for ‘yes’ and left for ‘no’ — and bypassing hundreds of members of the opposite sex with whom they might actually be compatible in favour of those they find simply delectable.
Multiple studies have shown that the most successful relationships are built through ‘assortative mating’ i.e.
This is thanks to the way millennials fall in love — more often than not, online.