November, 2010

Susquehanna Art Museum Presents Illumination by Shalya Marsh

The DŌSHI Gallery at the Susquehanna Art Museum presents an exhibition of ceramics by Shalya Marsh in Illumination. Open through December 5, 2010. In Illumination, visitors can view Shalya Marsh’s work which expresses the intrinsic limitation that language places on communication, through the use of decipherable codes and symbols. Marsh’s hand built ceramic sculptures reference […]

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Milwaukee Art Museum Presents Frank Lloyd Wright: Organic Architecture

Milwaukee Art Museum Presents Frank Lloyd Wright: Organic Architecture

On the occasion of the 100th anniversary of Taliesin, Frank Lloyd Wright’s home, studio and school in Spring Green, Wisconsin, the Milwaukee Art Museum will present a major exhibition offering a fresh perspective on celebrated architect and designer Frank Lloyd Wright’s seven-decade career. The exhibition will run from February 12 through May 15, 2011. Frank […]

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Rijksmuseum Undergoing Renovation

Rijksmuseum Undergoing Renovation

The Rijksmuseum is currently being renovated, restored and renewed. The main building is under renovation and will reopen in 2013. Until then, the crème de la crème from the Golden Age – including paintings by Rembrandt, Frans Hals and Johannes Vermeer – will be on display in the Philips Wing on Museumplein, in an exhibition […]

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Rijksmuseum Opens Lessons in Drawing in the Golden Age: From Copying to Drawing

The Rijksmuseum presents Lessons in Drawing in the Golden Age: From Copying to Drawing, on display in the Philips Wing in the Rijksmuseum, 30 November 2010 – 28 February 2011. The Rijksmuseum displays prints and drawings that provide an overview of drawing instruction during the Golden Age. From first copying prints to drawing ‘from the […]

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