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New York City, home to a stunning number of Renaissance treasures, has never had a work in a permanent collection by one of the era’s foremost sculptural masters, Donatello, and major pieces by him rarely leave Europe. But for a few months next year, the city will become a veritable Donatello feast, the one stop for a small show of works from the Duomo museum in Florence, Italy, including several sculptures instantly recognizable from art history textbooks but never before seen in America. That the works are coming not to the Metropolitan Museum of Art or the Frick Collection but to a young noncollecting institution, the Museum of Biblical Art, on the Upper West Side, makes the occasion all the more unusual.
When talking about art, there are more than a few vocabulary words that -- let's face it -- we use to sound smart. Call them highfalutin and grandiloquent (see what we did there?), terms like "postmodernism" and "assemblage" are tossed about like badges of honor or passwords to an exclusive club. And, in our efforts to belong to the realm of snobby critics and hyper-conceptual artists, we end up misusing words that have very real, definitive meanings. So, in an effort to dispel any vocab rumors and equip our readers with a handy pocket guide to art jargon, we're playing "Define That Term!" here on HuffPost Arts and Culture. Behold, 10 terms and expressions that don't mean what you think they mean.
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The first time the Original FIFA World Cup™ Trophy made an unprecedented tour visiting 31 cities in 28 countries over a three-month stretch was in 2006, from 7 January to 10 April, before the FIFA World Cup in Germany. This tour began in Accra, Ghana, and finished up in Rome, Italy, by way of Rio, Mexico City, Port of Spain, Los Angeles, Tokyo, Beijing and London, to name just a few. The 2006 FIFA World Cup Germany™ Trophy Tour was a huge success.