April, 2010

Ringling Museum of Art Announces Film Program

The Ringling Museum of Art presents a new line-up for their popular Monday Night Movies. Starting April 12 and continuing through May 17, They Don’t Make ‘em Like They Used To: Six Great Films – all Fifty Years Old will be presented at the Museum’s Historic Asolo Theater. April 12: Some Like It Hot – […]

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Gothic Art in the Gilded Age at the Ringling Museum of Art

Gothic Art in the Gilded Age: Medieval and Renaissance Treasures in the Gavet-Vanderbilt-Ringling Collection focuses on the collection at the core of The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art’s medieval and early Renaissance holdings. Comprising around 350 paintings, sculptures, and works of decorative art including metalwork, furniture, ceramics, cameos, timepieces, and wax miniatures made […]

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New Presentation of the Modern Collection at The National Museum of Modern Art in Paris

The National Museum of Modern Art (Centre Pompidou) in Paris has opened, on level 5, a new presentation of its collections from 1905 to 1960. The exhibition is entirely dedicated to artists, movements and themes of the founding history of modern art of the twentieth century. There are so many landmarks for visitors which illuminate […]

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Library of Congress Acquires Dexter Gordon Collection of Jazz

Considered one of the world’s greatest tenor saxophonists, jazz legend Dexter Gordon (1923-1990) was once quoted as saying, “Jazz to me is a living music. It’s a music that since its beginning has expressed the feelings, the dreams, hopes, of the people.” The Library of Congress has taken steps to ensure the survival of Gordon’s […]

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