November, 2010

Imperial War Museum North Presents New Sculpture by Gerry Judah

Imperial War Museum North Presents New Sculpture by Gerry Judah

To mark Remembrance, Imperial War Museum North in Manchester will be exhibiting a new sculpture by renowned contemporary artist Gerry Judah, in the main exhibition space, 6 November 2010 – November 2011. Gerry Judah The Crusader The huge work of art is the first exhibit visitors will see on entering the Museum’s Main Exhibition Space. […]

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Museum Folkwang Opens Edward Steichen Celebrity Design

Museum Folkwang Opens Edward Steichen Celebrity Design

With this exhibition, open 16 January, 2011, the Fotografische Sammlung is dedicating a solo exhibition to the well-known American photographer Edward Steichen (1879-1973) for the first time. The core is formed by a donation of 65 photographs by Joanna Steichen, which the Museum Folkwang in Essen received in 1983, exclusively in Germany. Edward Steichen Martha […]

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Bowes Museum Presents Damien Hirst: Print Maker

Bowes Museum Presents Damien Hirst: Print Maker

Following a £12m refurbishment, The Bowes Museum brings a global name to the Barnard Castle treasure house this autumn with the opening of Damien Hirst: Print Maker. Open through Sun 27 Feb 2011. This world class exhibition, curated by former Turner Prize judge Greville Worthington, will explore this foremost contemporary artist through his renowned print […]

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Phillips Collection Presents Antony Gormley Lecture

The Phillips Collection presents a lecture by sculptor Antony Gormley on Tues., Nov. 9 at 6:30 p.m. Prominent British sculptor Antony Gormley is best known for iron sculptures cast from his own body and placed in a variety of surroundings. Horizon Field, his most recent work, positions 100 life-size cast iron statues of the human […]

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