Archive for May, 2011

Royal Academy Opens Journeyings: Recent Works on Paper by Frank Bowling RA

Royal Academy Opens Journeyings: Recent Works on Paper by Frank Bowling RA

. May 31, 2011 . 0 Comments

The Royal Academy presents Journeyings: Recent Works on Paper by Frank Bowling RA an exhibition on view 27 May—23 October 2011 In the Tennant Gallery. This exhibition offers an opportunity to explore recent works on paper by the painter Frank Bowling RA (b. 1936). Bowling’s art reflects his travels, actual and aesthetic, between his birthplace […]

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Van Gogh Museum Reports 471,168 Visitors View Picasso in Paris Exhibition

. May 31, 2011 . 0 Comments

As many as 471,168 art lovers visited the exhibition Picasso in Paris, 1900-1907. “This means that three out of every four visitors to our museum also visited the Picasso exhibition, a remarkably high figure. This makes this exhibition one of the best visited in the history of our museum”, says Director Axel Rüger about the […]

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Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) Opens Abstract Expressionist New York: Masterpieces from The Museum of Modern Art

Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) Opens Abstract Expressionist New York: Masterpieces from The Museum of Modern Art

. May 30, 2011 . 0 Comments

The Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) presents Abstract Expressionist New York: Masterpieces from The Museum of Modern Art, on view from May 28 through September 4, 2011. Jackson Pollock. Mark Rothko. Robert Motherwell. Joan Mitchell. Arshile Gorky. Lee Krasner. Willem de Kooning. These are just a few of the legendary 20th-century artists whose artwork on […]

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National WWII Museum Unveils New $3 million Restoration Pavilion

. May 30, 2011 . 0 Comments

Visitors to watch curators refurbish historic PT-boat, tanks and other artifacts The National WWII Museum hits another milestone in its ongoing $300 million expansion project with the June 4 opening of the John E. Kushner Restoration Pavilion. This latest addition to the Museum campus is unique, featuring glass exterior walls that will allow the public […]

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Morris Museum of Art Opens Philip Juras The Southern Frontier, Landscapes Inspired by Bartram’s Travels

Morris Museum of Art Opens Philip Juras The Southern Frontier, Landscapes Inspired by Bartram’s Travels

. May 30, 2011 . 0 Comments

The Morris Museum of Art presentss Philip Juras: The Southern Frontier, Landscapes Inspired by Bartram’s Travels on view from Mat 28,2011. While there are written descriptions of the Southern wilderness before European settlement—particularly by the eighteenth-century naturalist William Bartram—almost no images exist that document it. By recreating these images, Philip Juras acquaints viewers with many […]

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