Archive for April, 2011

Project Arts Centre Dublin Announces Second Burial at Le Blanc Sarah Browne

Project Arts Centre Dublin Announces Second Burial at Le Blanc Sarah Browne

. April 26, 2011 . 0 Comments

Project Arts Centre announce Sarah Browne’s newly commissioned work Second Burial at Le Blanc. On view 6 May–25 June 2011. Opening: Thursday, 5 May at 6pm. The project focuses on the small French town of Le Blanc, where local artisans and shopkeepers have created one of the last refuges for indigenous currencies. In Le Blanc, […]

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Philadelphia Museum of Art Presents Exhibition Devoted to Rembrandt’s Representation of Jesus

. April 26, 2011 . 0 Comments

For Rembrandt van Rijn (1606–1669), the greatest painter, draftsman and printmaker of the Dutch Golden Age, the portrayal of biblical themes was a central preoccupation and one to which the artist introduced challenging innovations. The boldest of these came in mid-career, when Rembrandt introduced a radical shift in the treatment of Jesus, whose image had […]

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The Design Museum London – 2011 Exhibition Programme

. April 26, 2011 . 0 Comments

Brit Insurance Designs of the Year 2011 – 16 February – 7 August Brit Insurance Designs of the Year has established itself as a leading showcase of the most innovative and forward thinking designs from around the world, supporting the critically acclaimed Brit Insurance Design Awards. A number of internationally respected design experts have been […]

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The New York Public Library Presents Recent Acquisitions Prints and Photographs

The New York Public Library Presents Recent Acquisitions Prints and Photographs

. April 26, 2011 . 0 Comments

Exhibition features work of contemporary artists including Huma Bhabha, Tom Burr, Beatriz Milhazes, Vera Lutter, and Darren Almond In conjunction with its centennial, The New York Public Library is exhibiting print and photographic works acquired within the last decade in Recent Acquisitions: Prints and Photographs. On display in the Print and Stokes Galleries of the […]

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EXHIBITION ON NYC’S HISTORICAL “LITTLE SYRIA” NEIGHBORHOOD TO BENEFIT FROM MAY 26 EVENT

EXHIBITION ON NYC’S HISTORICAL “LITTLE SYRIA” NEIGHBORHOOD TO BENEFIT FROM MAY 26 EVENT

. April 25, 2011 . 0 Comments

Dearborn, MI – What was a thriving enclave and first stop for Arab immigrants a century ago – and home to writers Khalil Gibran, Ameen Rihani, Elia Abu Madi, the PEN League and early Arab American newspapers – is today, a decade after 9-11-2001, the site of the former World Trade Center and the proposed […]

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