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 terms & conditions  privacy statement   . Ben Lebovitz's Borders: September's Midnight Moment in Times Square NEW YORK, NY.- In partnership with Advertising Week, Times Square Arts presents artist Benjamin Lebovitz’s Borders on Times Square’s electronic billboards from 11:57 p.m. to midnight every night in September. This project is a part of Midnight Moment, a monthly presentation by The Times Square Advertising Coalition (TSAC) and Times Square Arts. Earlier this year, Times Square Arts and Advertising Week put out an open call for Midnight Moment proposals from artists working in the advertising industry. The winning submission was Borders, created by art director Benjamin Lebovitz. Using Google Earth satellite technology. Gerhard Richter's Holocaust series on display in Geman parliament This 1971 oil painting is also based on documents from Richter's "Atlas," and was exhibited at the Frieder Burda Museum in Baden-Baden alongside "Birkenau" in 2016. Richter gave this image a rather elusive name: "Ausschnitt," which translates as "section" or "cutting." European Summit to Discuss the Return of Looted West African Art In 1897, a British military expedition looted thousands of valuable artworks from the Kingdom of Benin. Now, 120 years later, the saga of the seized West African art continues. As Ben Quinn reports for The Observer,  European museums have announced they will hold a summit to discuss what to do with the treasures next year. Zaha Hadid Architects are creating a masterplan for Tallinn which is one of the fastest growing ports in Europe and a busy hub for cruise ships, ferries and cargo The Port of Tallinn launched the competition for ideas for the development plans or Masterplan 2030 for the Old City Harbour in 2016. With the aim of finding a comprehensive, long-term solution to connect the city and its public spaces with the functions of the port.