Archive for March, 2011

Guggenheim Museum Bilbao Presents The Luminous Interval D. Daskalopoulos Collection

Guggenheim Museum Bilbao Presents The Luminous Interval D. Daskalopoulos Collection

. March 31, 2011 . 0 Comments

The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao presents The Luminous Interval D. Daskalopoulos Collection on view 12 April–11 September 2011. The Luminous Interval: The D.Daskalopoulos Collection is the first large-scale presentation of one of the world’s most significant private collections of contemporary art. Sponsored by Iberdrola and occupying the museum’s second floor and part of the first, the […]

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Musselburgh Museum Opening on 1st April

. March 31, 2011 . 0 Comments

The Musselburgh Museum is to open on 1st April 2011 at 65 High Street, Musselburgh. The work is nearing completion and is scheduled to be completed soon. The museum has a specially designed, modern exhibition room showing the history of Musselburgh from its earliest days in Prehistoric times, through Roman settlement and medieval upheaval, to […]

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Bibliotheque nationale de France Opens Richard Prince American Prayer

Bibliotheque nationale de France Opens Richard Prince American Prayer

. March 31, 2011 . 0 Comments

Bibliothèque nationale de France presents Richard Prince: American Prayer, on view March 29 – June 26, 2011. “An American Prayer” is a book of poems by Jim Morrison, who would have traded rock stardom for recognition as a legitimate artistic figure in a heartbeat. Seven years after his death, “An American Prayer” was the name […]

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Maritime Museum of Southport Golf Classic

. March 31, 2011 . 0 Comments

The Maritime Museum of Southport has announced a Golf Classic, with proceeds supporting the NC Maritime Museum at Southport’s new home at Fort Johnston. The North Carolina Maritime Museum at Southport focuses on the maritime heritage of the Lower Cape Fear area of southeastern North Carolina. Exhibits include ship models, nautical instruments, shipwrecks, pirates, American […]

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Story of Smithsonian Institution in Illustrated Book by Benjamin Lawless

. March 30, 2011 . 0 Comments

Among the Smithsonian’s many museums, the Museum of American History clearly deserves the title “The Nation’s Attic.” It became an attic because its historians and curators were more interested in steam engines, sailing ships, spittoons and horse drawn carriages than collecting the stuff of modern life. They were specialists whose passion for accumulation resulted in […]

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