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Its relationships with its neighboring countries reflect the residents' independence and stoicism, maintaining distance and self-sufficiency. Discovering Iceland by itself, finding what's missing from its own story, and seeing the country through its one (mostly) drivable road is its true discovery: volcanic and ever-changing landscapes, barren fields, inhospitable winters, sparse population. (...) Forces of Change, 2017 Oil and acrylic on wood panel. 72 x 144 inches New York based painter Alexis Rockman is an eco-warrior who began making art in the service of environmental awareness long before it was fashionable, embarking on expeditions to far-flung locations like Antarctica and Madagascar in the company of professional naturalists. (...) The seven rivers stand as boundary symbols and borders of the actualization of imagined and ideological space. - Garth Meyer Gratitude Code Root Mural Felt tip marker and acrylic on sapling roots and plywood, approx. 114 x 48 inches (2009) A Plains Cree/Anishnawbe/Metis artist educated in both Indigenous and Western creative traditions and genres, Bebonkwe/Jude Norris creates from the foundation of ancient yet ever evolving First Nations culture, while pushing the boundaries of Western postmodern arts practices.
Language:English
Score: 851119.1 - https://www.un.org/ar/exhibits/exhibit/re-connection
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Its relationships with its neighboring countries reflect the residents' independence and stoicism, maintaining distance and self-sufficiency. Discovering Iceland by itself, finding what's missing from its own story, and seeing the country through its one (mostly) drivable road is its true discovery: volcanic and ever-changing landscapes, barren fields, inhospitable winters, sparse population. (...) Forces of Change, 2017 Oil and acrylic on wood panel. 72 x 144 inches New York based painter Alexis Rockman is an eco-warrior who began making art in the service of environmental awareness long before it was fashionable, embarking on expeditions to far-flung locations like Antarctica and Madagascar in the company of professional naturalists. (...) The seven rivers stand as boundary symbols and borders of the actualization of imagined and ideological space. - Garth Meyer Gratitude Code Root Mural Felt tip marker and acrylic on sapling roots and plywood, approx. 114 x 48 inches (2009) A Plains Cree/Anishnawbe/Metis artist educated in both Indigenous and Western creative traditions and genres, Bebonkwe/Jude Norris creates from the foundation of ancient yet ever evolving First Nations culture, while pushing the boundaries of Western postmodern arts practices.
Language:English
Score: 851119.1 - https://www.un.org/en/node/173528
Data Source: un
Its relationships with its neighboring countries reflect the residents' independence and stoicism, maintaining distance and self-sufficiency. Discovering Iceland by itself, finding what's missing from its own story, and seeing the country through its one (mostly) drivable road is its true discovery: volcanic and ever-changing landscapes, barren fields, inhospitable winters, sparse population. (...) Forces of Change, 2017 Oil and acrylic on wood panel. 72 x 144 inches New York based painter Alexis Rockman is an eco-warrior who began making art in the service of environmental awareness long before it was fashionable, embarking on expeditions to far-flung locations like Antarctica and Madagascar in the company of professional naturalists. (...) The seven rivers stand as boundary symbols and borders of the actualization of imagined and ideological space. - Garth Meyer Gratitude Code Root Mural Felt tip marker and acrylic on sapling roots and plywood, approx. 114 x 48 inches (2009) A Plains Cree/Anishnawbe/Metis artist educated in both Indigenous and Western creative traditions and genres, Bebonkwe/Jude Norris creates from the foundation of ancient yet ever evolving First Nations culture, while pushing the boundaries of Western postmodern arts practices.
Language:English
Score: 851119.1 - https://www.un.org/hi/exhibits/exhibit/re-connection
Data Source: un
Its relationships with its neighboring countries reflect the residents' independence and stoicism, maintaining distance and self-sufficiency. Discovering Iceland by itself, finding what's missing from its own story, and seeing the country through its one (mostly) drivable road is its true discovery: volcanic and ever-changing landscapes, barren fields, inhospitable winters, sparse population. (...) Forces of Change, 2017 Oil and acrylic on wood panel. 72 x 144 inches New York based painter Alexis Rockman is an eco-warrior who began making art in the service of environmental awareness long before it was fashionable, embarking on expeditions to far-flung locations like Antarctica and Madagascar in the company of professional naturalists. (...) The seven rivers stand as boundary symbols and borders of the actualization of imagined and ideological space. - Garth Meyer Gratitude Code Root Mural Felt tip marker and acrylic on sapling roots and plywood, approx. 114 x 48 inches (2009) A Plains Cree/Anishnawbe/Metis artist educated in both Indigenous and Western creative traditions and genres, Bebonkwe/Jude Norris creates from the foundation of ancient yet ever evolving First Nations culture, while pushing the boundaries of Western postmodern arts practices.
Language:English
Score: 851119.1 - https://www.un.org/ru/exhibits/exhibit/re-connection
Data Source: un
Its relationships with its neighboring countries reflect the residents' independence and stoicism, maintaining distance and self-sufficiency. Discovering Iceland by itself, finding what's missing from its own story, and seeing the country through its one (mostly) drivable road is its true discovery: volcanic and ever-changing landscapes, barren fields, inhospitable winters, sparse population. (...) Forces of Change, 2017 Oil and acrylic on wood panel. 72 x 144 inches New York based painter Alexis Rockman is an eco-warrior who began making art in the service of environmental awareness long before it was fashionable, embarking on expeditions to far-flung locations like Antarctica and Madagascar in the company of professional naturalists. (...) The seven rivers stand as boundary symbols and borders of the actualization of imagined and ideological space. - Garth Meyer Gratitude Code Root Mural Felt tip marker and acrylic on sapling roots and plywood, approx. 114 x 48 inches (2009) A Plains Cree/Anishnawbe/Metis artist educated in both Indigenous and Western creative traditions and genres, Bebonkwe/Jude Norris creates from the foundation of ancient yet ever evolving First Nations culture, while pushing the boundaries of Western postmodern arts practices.
Language:English
Score: 851119.1 - https://www.un.org/es/exhibits/exhibit/re-connection
Data Source: un
Its relationships with its neighboring countries reflect the residents' independence and stoicism, maintaining distance and self-sufficiency. Discovering Iceland by itself, finding what's missing from its own story, and seeing the country through its one (mostly) drivable road is its true discovery: volcanic and ever-changing landscapes, barren fields, inhospitable winters, sparse population. (...) Forces of Change, 2017 Oil and acrylic on wood panel. 72 x 144 inches New York based painter Alexis Rockman is an eco-warrior who began making art in the service of environmental awareness long before it was fashionable, embarking on expeditions to far-flung locations like Antarctica and Madagascar in the company of professional naturalists. (...) The seven rivers stand as boundary symbols and borders of the actualization of imagined and ideological space. - Garth Meyer Gratitude Code Root Mural Felt tip marker and acrylic on sapling roots and plywood, approx. 114 x 48 inches (2009) A Plains Cree/Anishnawbe/Metis artist educated in both Indigenous and Western creative traditions and genres, Bebonkwe/Jude Norris creates from the foundation of ancient yet ever evolving First Nations culture, while pushing the boundaries of Western postmodern arts practices.
Language:English
Score: 851119.1 - https://www.un.org/fr/exhibits/exhibit/re-connection
Data Source: un
Its relationships with its neighboring countries reflect the residents' independence and stoicism, maintaining distance and self-sufficiency. Discovering Iceland by itself, finding what's missing from its own story, and seeing the country through its one (mostly) drivable road is its true discovery: volcanic and ever-changing landscapes, barren fields, inhospitable winters, sparse population. (...) Forces of Change, 2017 Oil and acrylic on wood panel. 72 x 144 inches New York based painter Alexis Rockman is an eco-warrior who began making art in the service of environmental awareness long before it was fashionable, embarking on expeditions to far-flung locations like Antarctica and Madagascar in the company of professional naturalists. (...) The seven rivers stand as boundary symbols and borders of the actualization of imagined and ideological space. - Garth Meyer Gratitude Code Root Mural Felt tip marker and acrylic on sapling roots and plywood, approx. 114 x 48 inches (2009) A Plains Cree/Anishnawbe/Metis artist educated in both Indigenous and Western creative traditions and genres, Bebonkwe/Jude Norris creates from the foundation of ancient yet ever evolving First Nations culture, while pushing the boundaries of Western postmodern arts practices.
Language:English
Score: 851119.1 - https://www.un.org/pt/exhibits/exhibit/re-connection
Data Source: un
Its relationships with its neighboring countries reflect the residents' independence and stoicism, maintaining distance and self-sufficiency. Discovering Iceland by itself, finding what's missing from its own story, and seeing the country through its one (mostly) drivable road is its true discovery: volcanic and ever-changing landscapes, barren fields, inhospitable winters, sparse population. (...) Forces of Change, 2017 Oil and acrylic on wood panel. 72 x 144 inches New York based painter Alexis Rockman is an eco-warrior who began making art in the service of environmental awareness long before it was fashionable, embarking on expeditions to far-flung locations like Antarctica and Madagascar in the company of professional naturalists. (...) The seven rivers stand as boundary symbols and borders of the actualization of imagined and ideological space. - Garth Meyer Gratitude Code Root Mural Felt tip marker and acrylic on sapling roots and plywood, approx. 114 x 48 inches (2009) A Plains Cree/Anishnawbe/Metis artist educated in both Indigenous and Western creative traditions and genres, Bebonkwe/Jude Norris creates from the foundation of ancient yet ever evolving First Nations culture, while pushing the boundaries of Western postmodern arts practices.
Language:English
Score: 851119.1 - https://www.un.org/sw/exhibits/exhibit/re-connection
Data Source: un
Its relationships with its neighboring countries reflect the residents' independence and stoicism, maintaining distance and self-sufficiency. Discovering Iceland by itself, finding what's missing from its own story, and seeing the country through its one (mostly) drivable road is its true discovery: volcanic and ever-changing landscapes, barren fields, inhospitable winters, sparse population. (...) Forces of Change, 2017 Oil and acrylic on wood panel. 72 x 144 inches New York based painter Alexis Rockman is an eco-warrior who began making art in the service of environmental awareness long before it was fashionable, embarking on expeditions to far-flung locations like Antarctica and Madagascar in the company of professional naturalists. (...) The seven rivers stand as boundary symbols and borders of the actualization of imagined and ideological space. - Garth Meyer Gratitude Code Root Mural Felt tip marker and acrylic on sapling roots and plywood, approx. 114 x 48 inches (2009) A Plains Cree/Anishnawbe/Metis artist educated in both Indigenous and Western creative traditions and genres, Bebonkwe/Jude Norris creates from the foundation of ancient yet ever evolving First Nations culture, while pushing the boundaries of Western postmodern arts practices.
Language:English
Score: 851119.1 - https://www.un.org/zh/exhibits/exhibit/re-connection
Data Source: un
DIRECTIVE DU COMITÉ D'ADMINISTRATION POUR L'UTILISATION DU CATALOGUE DE QUESTIONS POUR L'EXAMEN D'EXPERT ADN (CHAPITRE 8.2 ADN) - REVISION 1
Name and description Class Classification code Packing group Number of certificate of approval Flammable 1089 ACETALDEHYDE 3 F1 I 03 1125 n-BUTYLAMINE 3 FC II 01 1155 DIETHYL ETHER 3 F1 I 03 1275 PROPIONALDEHYDE 3 F1 II 01 1991 CHLOROPRENE, STABILIZED 3 FT1 I 01 Toxic 1163 DIMETHYLHYDRAZINE, UNSYMMETRICAL 6.1 TFC I 01 2023 EPICHLOROHYDRIN 6.1 TF1 II 01, 03 2205 ADIPONITRILE 6.1 T1 III 01, 03 2487 PHENYL ISOCYANATE 6.1 TF1 I 01, 02, 03, 04 2831 1,1,1-TRICHLOROETHANE 6.1 T1 III 01 Liable to crystallization 1605 ETHYLENE DIBROMIDE 6.1 T1 I 01 1662 NITROBENZENE 6.1 T1 II 01, 02, 04 2021 2-CHLOROPHENOL 6.1 T1 III 01, 02, 04 2218 ACRYLIC ACID, STABILIZED 8 CF1 II 01 2238 CHLOROTOLUENES (p- CHLOROTOLUENE) 3 F1 III 01, 02 Liable to polymerization 1092 ACROLEIN, STABILIZED 6.1 TF1 I 01 1218 ISOPRENE, STABILIZED 3 F1 I 01, 03 1280 PROPYLENE OXIDE 3 F1 I 03 1919 METHYL ACRYLATE, STABILIZED 3 F1 II 01 n-BUTYL ACRYLATE, STABILIZED 3 F1 III 01, 03 3 1 ECE/TRANS/WP.15/AC.2/2017/7/Rev.1 32 IV4.
Language:English
Score: 849940 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...WP.15/AC.2/2017/7/REV.1&Lang=E
Data Source: ods