IELTS Speaking

IELTS (International English Language Testing System) is accepted by more than 9,000 universities, government bodies and professional organisations as proof of language ability. There are four papers:… [more]

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How To: Describe Events

Expressing ones opinion is a crucial part of IELTS Speaking. Here are some alternative vocabulary and phrases to spice up your descriptions. Exciting It was a real adrenaline rush! It was out of… [more]

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IELTS Speaking Topics, April 2016

The following list comprises of the latest IELTS topics for this current cycle. Each new exam cycle retains approximately 70% of the content from the prior exam cycle, while 30% will comprise of new topics. Part… [more]

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IELTS Speaking: Assessment Criteria

The IELTS Speaking test is designed to assess a wide range of language and communication skills. Certified British Council examiners will be gauging the candidates ability to: Communicate opinions… [more]

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Leandro Erlich

The idea for “Swimming Pool” by Argentinean installation artist Leandro Erlich was first conceived in 1998 while the artist was in residence in Houston as part of the Core program. Since then, it was featured at the Venice Biennale and has found a home as part of the permanent collection at the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art in Kanazawa, Japan.

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Swimming Pool (1999)
The 21st. Century Musseum of Art of Kanazawa
Permanent Collection (2004)


Erlich’s works are in several private and public collections including the Museum of Modern Art, Buenos Aires; The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; Tate Modern, London; Musee d’Art moderne, Paris; 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa, Japan; MACRO, Rome; and The Israel Museum, Jerusalem; Fonds national d’art contemporain (FNAC), Paris.

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