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The second half of the twentieth century was very laborious for the American Art.
New content, new forms, new techniques: everything in search of new forms of expression.
Among the best and most careful observers, of these trends were the Guggenheims: first of Solomon, and his niece Peggy, who created and inspired by the collections of the well known musems.
A few days ago opened in the Exhibition Palace in Rome, the exhibition on the American, Vanguard in the years 1945 to 1980. Most of the works came from the permanent collections of the Museum Solomon R. Guggenheim in New York

and some from the Peggy Guggenheim Collection.
The exhibition, chronologically, runs from the end of World War II with the emergence of various forms of abstraction: from the fluid forms of Yves Tanguy to the painted wood and metal mobile by Calder or tho “Moon Woman” by Jackson Pollock…

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Drogba’s Century Proves Vital….Its Chelsea 1 Stoke City 0

3 points are 3 points…

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Didier Drogba, who turns 34 on Sunday, celebrated the Blues’ 107th anniversary with his 100th Premier League goal as Di Matteo’s men finally managed to break down 10-man Stoke City at Stamford Bridge as Chelsea maintained the pressure on Arsenal in the race for fourth place.

Drogba bagged his 8th goal of the season after 68th minute of a tense encounter at Stamford Bridge as Chelsea notched their second victory since last week’s sacking of manager Andre Villas-Boas. He also became the 1st African to score 100 goals in EPL. The win saw interim manager Roberto Di Matteo‘s side go level on points with fourth-placed Arsenal, who can restore their three-point lead with victory over Newcastle United tomorrow. Stoke, who were reduced to 10 men following the dismissal of Ricardo Fuller for a stamp on Branislav Ivanovic, slipped to 10th in the table. With league leaders Manchester City and second-placed Manchester United…

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