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Gildan and Its Family of Brands Take Their 2021 Trade Shows Online

Q&A with Karla Schoenfeld, Director of Marketing at Gildan
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In the printwear channel, the beginning of the year is synonymous with trade show season, but in 2020 and 2021, everything is different. Trade show exhibitions have been forced to move online amid the continuity of the COVID-19 pandemic, forgoing, for the time being, face-to-face interactions.

Bloomberg's Rebecca Reeves featured at Grounds for Sculpture Education Gallery Exhibition: Members' Musings 2016

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Originally posted on Grounds for Sculpture

Bloomberg Global Data's Rebecca Reeves, whose art is featured in a Grounds for Sculpture exhibition. Her art is called "Gathering," and the work is made of a mini crystal chandelier, china, thread, industrial felt, and an antique frame.

Bloomberg Engages Young People at the Barbican in London

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Originally posted on Bloomberg.com.

At Bloomberg, we believe engaging with arts and culture helps strengthen and enhance communities. Through Bloomberg Philanthropies, which encompasses all of our founder’s charitable giving, we look to develop innovative partnerships and take bold approaches to increase access to key cultural institutions.

Adam Dant Kicks Off ‘The Homecoming’ Series at Bloomberg SPACE

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Originally appeared on Bloomberg NOW.

January 19, 2015

The Bloomberg SPACE gallery at our London office in Finsbury Square has now unveiled its latest commission to the public, The Budge Row Biblioteque by renowned artist Adam Dant.

Cotton Made in Africa: Exhibit Returns to Benin

Watson Photographs Find Their Way to Western Africa
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The exhibit “Albert Watson: Visions feat. Cotton made in Africa” returns to its country of origin in two ways: a selection from the heart of the show – the portraits of the Cotton made in Africa smallholder farmers – is currently on display in public spaces in Cotonou as part of the Biennale Regard Benin. Additionally, the models were presented with their portraits, which had already been shown in the House of Photography/Deichtorhallen Hamburg.

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The exhibit “Albert Watson: Visions feat. Cotton made in Africa” returns to its country of origin in two ways: a selection from the heart of the show – the portraits of the Cotton made in Africa smallholder farmers – is currently on display in public spaces in Cotonou as part of the Biennale Regard Benin. Additionally, the models were presented with their portraits, which had already been shown in the House of Photography/Deichtorhallen Hamburg.

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