Shroud of Saint Lazarus of Autun Title/name : Shroud of Saint Lazarus of Autun Production place : Almería? Córdoba?, Spain Discovery place : Autun Cathedral, France Date / period : At the start of the eleventh century Materials and techniques : Silk and gold embroidered taffeta Dimensions : Height 168cm; length 90cm Conservation town : Autun Conservation place : Treasure of Autun Cathedral, Rolin Museum
In 2010 Chicago-based artist Jason Lazarus initiated a growing archive of photos deemed “too hard to keep.” T.H.T.K. (Too Hard to Keep) is a place for photographs, photo-objects, and even digital files to exist when they are too difficult to hold on to, yet too meaningful to destroy. http://www.lightwork.org/archive/jason-lazarus-too-hard-to-keep-syracuse/
Joseph Horne Co. Department Store: it's landmark location in downtown opened in 1879. During the devastating flood of 1936, the flood waters at their peak reached the second floor. It might be best known for its' long-held tradition of the installation of a six-story Christmas tree placed on the buildings' corner. Andy Warhol held a summer job there, in the display department, in the summer of 1947. In 1994, Lazarus bought Joseph Horne, ending a Pittsburgh legacy. (photo, 1970)
Would love to go back to Cyprus!! Saint Lazarus Church in Larnaka - Cyprus was built in the ninth century over the tomb of St. Lazarus – who Christ resurrected from the dead (on the 4th day) in the town of Bethany. Rebuilt in the eighteenth century, the church in Larnaka is one of the most important and impressive building of the city.