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Nearly ALL "advertising" that appears on this Site or Webpage is fully in keeping with the service that it is supposed to provide and promote: presenting or showcasing both salient and hitherto-FULLY-obscure artists' and/or art editors' work(s) and providing a forum for following, discussing, or collecting them...as well as uploading and showcasing one's artwork(Ideally, it*must* be fully original...or otherwise be so well-presented a digestion and synoptic incorporation of properly-credited-and-accredited contributors' work or work collections into one's collection that, with proper footnoting in order to avoid plagiarizing, it appears to be one's genuinely own interpretation of *both* at least another's and one's own work and/or collections *without even appearing to infringe on* another person's or group's honors or credits,privileges, and responsibilities of any sort.
Generally this Webpage is highly suitable, informative, and both educational and educationally-enhancing for children; but it will doubtlessly seem best for older girls who are at least a dozen years of age and likewise older boys who are at least ten years of age. Parents of children in that and(/or) any younger age range(s) will need and want to be careful with regard to viewership by the latter of such especially-photographic exhibits or collections as Italian contributing artist - fashion-artist - photographer Emmanuele Ferrari's "Rainy Day Fun"--an unquestionably-spicy(...or even mildly-risque--beware of model's being clad in apparently a cropped tee-shirt-like blouse, bra or bra-top beneath it, and an *almost low-rising "hi-cut-"panty- or bikini-bottom-thin or -narrow pair of short shorts*!) photo-collection whose title at best is only very paradoxically and tangentially linked to the actual thematic or subject matter or at "worst" belies it...and thus may better deserve a title such as "Pool-side- and Wood-side-Playground Fun...".
Informative architecturally-thematic photo- or painting-montages and collections such as "Shapelessness"--Harold Condon[*sic*]'s photographic collection of pictures of new museums and other nearly-brand-new structures in Beijing, People's Republic of China--amount to too many dozens to conveniently and concisely list; viewers and readers will be "best" off going to the Site or Webpage to see for themselves the great diversity of goodness and/or beauty presented there.