Rembrandt Exhibit 2012 with discount

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University Hotel Minneapolis invites art lovers to experience Rembrandt’s work like never before. Minneapolis Institute of Arts is curating a Rembrandt Exhibit in June 2012, which will be the largest selection of Rembrandt’s work on display in over a generation.
In honor of the occasion University Hotel Minneapolis is offering aspiring artists a "Rembrandt Remembered" package with discounts starting at 30% off!

The Rembrandt Remembered package with rates starting at $159.00 includes:
Available June 23, 2012 through September 17, 2012

– Overnight Accommodations
– Four tickets to the Exhibit at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts
– Self Parking

The University Hotel Minneapolis is close to the downtown action while offering a respite from the city. Hotel guests also enjoy complimentary access to the University of Minnesota’s state-of-the-art $30 million sports and recreation facility, featuring an Olympic-sized pool, basketball and racquetball courts and full fitness and weight equipment. Spacious guest rooms feature views of downtown just 1.5 miles away.

Complimentary transportation within a five-mile radius allows University Hotel Minneapolis guests to explore the city hassle-free. Countless museums and cultural centers; exciting events at the TCF Bank Stadium, Target Center and Guthrie Theater; and numerous lakes and golf courses provide unexpected adventures in one of the country’s most underrated travel destinations. The hotel is also in close proximity to the world-renowned Mall of America and to the other Twin City, St. Paul.
For more information visit www.universityhotelminneapolis.com.

Iranian Perspectives

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Eight Iranian photographers exhibit their unique, individual perspectives on life in Iran today, to offer a vivid social commentary on the traditions, religion, politics and culture of one of the oldest civilisations in the world and the people within it.

Exhibition highlights include: a photograph from Bahman Jalali’s Image of Imagination Series in which 19th century photo negatives have been layered and developed simultaneously to create a collage-like visual impression; Omid Salehi’s beautifully photographed Iranian wall murals; Jalal’s Sepehr’s Persian rugs situated in unlikely places and Tara Inanloo’s controversial self-portraits that were deemed ‘illegal’ in Iran and forced her to seek asylum in the UK.

This exhibition has been curated by Susan Young, Founder & Director of the Richard Young Gallery, and partner to renowned celebrity photographer, Richard Young. Susan is of Persian lineage and has acquired a specialist knowledge of Islamic art over the past 30 years.

 

Since 30th March to 2nd June

Richard Young Gallery
4 Holland Street London w48 4Lt
www.RichardYoungGallery.co.uk

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