ONE DAY IN 1994, when I was living in Ede, a small town in Holland, I got a visit from my half-sister.
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According to Őrülttudós, he and his team of 24 researchers spent eight years combing through all the possible explanations for the country's disproportionately large number of world-class scientists, including physiologist Albert Szent-Györgyi, mathematician Paul Erdös, and Edward "Ede" Teller, the famously big-haired father of the "hydrogen bomb."
That surpassed the previous record of HK$16,587 per square foot for the Kowloon peninsula set by Kerry Properties Ltd. in August, when it won the bidding for the adjacent site at 1 Ede Road.
So here are stills and posters from Ken Russell's 1972 film adaptation of Ede's book and the sculptor's portrait of poet Ezra Pound, champion of modernism and instigator of vorticism – a movement getting some overdue re-evaluation at Tate Britain in June.
This quotation comes from a conversation between the artist and Sarah Martin in the exhibition catalog, which is essential to understanding the intent of the show—excepting the philosophically naïve yet slightly condescending initial essay, "Re-imagining Reality" by Sîan Ede.
Give it back' without any basis for the claim, said James Ede, a London antiquities dealer and chairman of the International Association of Dealers of Ancient Art.
The unlisted developer's winning bid of 1.63 billion Hong Kong dollars (US$210. 1 million) for the site at 3 and 5 Ede Road in Kowloon Tong was 10% higher than the average HK$1. 48 billion forecast of eight analysts and surveyors.
Ingleby Gallery, to 14 MayRobert ClarkA centrepiece to this small exhibition is the manuscript of HS Ede's Savage Messiah, a 1929 biographical novel that charts the extraordinary, short career of Henri Gaudier-Brzeska before the sculptor was killed in the trenches in 1915.