Archive for January, 2011

Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) Chicago Opens Jim Nutt Coming Into Character

. January 30, 2011 . 0 Comments

The Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) in Chicago presents Jim Nutt: Coming Into Character on view January 29 – May 29, 2011. Since 1990, Jim Nutt has focused exclusively on female heads in spare line drawings and rich, detailed paintings. This exhibition is a retrospective of Jim Nutt’s work that emphasizes the development of these […]

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Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park Presents Jim Dine: Sculpture

Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park Presents Jim Dine: Sculpture

. January 30, 2011 . 0 Comments

Pop Art master Jim Dine will show his prolific, yet less well-known, sculptural efforts in the first-ever sculpture retrospective. This exclusive exhibition, opening January 28, traces the origins of his three-dimensional efforts from rarely seen work of the late 1950s and early 1960s through his most current work. Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park is […]

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Butler Institute of American Art Presents Herbert Ascherman Native Americans Photographs

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The Butler Institute of American Art presents Herbert Ascherman: Native Americans, Photographs (Youngstown) on view through Mar 06, 2011. Considered by many one of this nation’s foremost living portrait photographers, Herbert Ascherman has rejected modern photographic technology, returning to the the late 19th and early 20th century platinum printing process. This Cleveland, Ohio, artist utilizes […]

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Cleveland Museum of Art Presents The Lure of Painted Poetry Japanese and Korean Art

Cleveland Museum of Art Presents The Lure of Painted Poetry Japanese and Korean Art

. January 30, 2011 . 0 Comments

The Cleveland Museum of Art presents The Lure of Painted Poetry: Japanese and Korean Art on view March 27–August 28, 2011 in theThe Kelvin and Eleanor Smith Foundation Exhibition Hall. One of Eight Views of Xiao and Xiang Rivers (detail), 1788. Tani Buncho (Japanese, 1763–1840). Section of a handscroll mounted as hanging scroll, ink and […]

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Hammer Museum Presents All of this and nothing

Hammer Museum Presents All of this and nothing

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The Hammer Museum presents All of this and nothing the sixth in the Hammer Museum’s biennial invitational exhibition series, which highlights work of Los Angeles-based artists, both established and emerging, alongside a number of international artists. All of this and nothing features more than 60 works, much of it created for the exhibition, by fourteen […]

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