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templon

A trabeated colonnade which closes off the bema of a Byzantine church.
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The 2019 Contemporary section will see a strong contingent of returning galleries from Europe and Asia, including Victoria Miro (London, Venice), Galleria Continua (San Gimignano, Beijing, Les Moulins, La Habana), Experimenter (Kolkata), Ota Fine Arts (Tokyo), Galerie Templon (Brussels, Paris), Galleria Franco Noero (Turin), In Situ - Fabienne Leclerc (Paris) and Galerie Krinzinger (Vienna).
His most recent solo shows include Galerie Daniel Templon, Paris (2013), MAXXI Museum, Rome (2013), PinchukArtCentre, Kiev (2014), la Maison de la Culture, Saint-Loup Church, Namur (2015), Wetterling Gallery, Stockholm (2015), MUHKA, Antwerp (2015), Espace Louis Vuitton, Tokyo (2015), DEWEER Gallery, Otegem (2015), L'Abbazzia di San Gregorio, Venice (2017) etc.
For example, more than 220 vehicles cross from New Jersey into New York City per minute, or almost 290,000 per day (Templon 2014).
In the sixth century icons could be seen at the very sanctuary of the church, on the templon [a barrier separating the nave from the sacraments at the altar].
Eurstatios on a Sinai Templon beam, the Jewish boy legend with the western twist, and Nicholas the monk and former soldier.
In the altar section there is an interesting spatial transposition of the altar templon, a living copy from the first ten centuries, from the Justinian Basilica of hagia Sophia.
A more comprehensive historiographic review of publications on the Byzantine templon would have especially helped the reader new to the topic.
Bolman, "Veiling Sanctity in Christian Egypt: Visual and Spatial Solutions"; Sophia Kalopissi-Verti, "The Proskynetaria of the Templon and Narthex: Form, Imagery, Spatial Connections, and Reception"; Sharon E.
(16) Among the 13th-century decorations of the convent church extant today are a sculpted marble templon, a mosaic floor, and, most outstandingly, a unique fresco, preserved in fragmentary form on the southernmost arch on the west side of the narthex, depicting the procession (or litany) of the famous icon of the Theotokos Hodegetria in Constantinople.