July, 2010

Gilbert & George: The Paintings at Kroller-Muller Museum

The Paintings (with Us in the Nature) by Gilbert & George is on display through 21.11.2010, in the large exhibition space in the Quist wing. This unusual “Sculpture” from 1971 consists of 6 huge painted triptychs. At that time, the artists called this a ‘new romantic sad beautiful sculpture’. Painted in oils on linen in […]

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China Maritime Museum Opens in Shanghai

China Maritime Museum Opens in Shanghai

The China Maritime Museum has opened in Shanghai. The 500-million-yuan museum (US$73.8 million) covers three floors and 46,434 square meters, and has an outdoor display area. From the outside it appears like an abstract ship with a sail filled with wind, next to a sphere representing the world. China Maritime Museum functions for cultural relics […]

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Bloomfield Science Museum Jerusalem Presents The Deep

Bloomfield Science Museum Jerusalem Presents The Deep

Exhibition travels from Paris to the Bloomfield Science Museum Jerusalem. Open through August, 31, 2010. A journey to the unknown world at the great depths of the ocean floor, home to creatures unlike any you’ve ever encountered. These are animal species that survive extreme conditions of total darkness, crushing water pressure, and freezing temperatures–creatures that […]

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Modern Perspectives Exhibition at The National Gallery

This autumn, to coincide with the Sainsbury Wing exhibition Venice: Canaletto and his Rivals, the National Gallery has invited contemporary artists Clive Head and Ben Johnson to display their work in two consecutive exhibitions in Room 1. Both artists paint the city, but for very different reasons, and with very different outcomes. The displays will […]

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