Archive for August, 2011

Metropolitan Museum of Art Displays Romare Bearden The Block

Metropolitan Museum of Art Displays Romare Bearden The Block

. August 31, 2011 . 0 Comments

On the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the birth of Romare Bearden, The Metropolitan Museum of Art will display Bearden’s The Block, a six-panel tableau that portrays one city block of the Harlem neighborhood that nurtured his career. On view at the Metropolitan Museum from August 30, 2011, through January 2, 2012, Romare Bearden […]

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Lentos Museum of Modern Art Presents Ralo Mayer: Obviously a Major Malfunction

Lentos Museum of Modern Art Presents Ralo Mayer: Obviously a Major Malfunction

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The Lentos Museum of Modern Art presents Ralo Mayer / Obviously a Major Malfunction on view through 23 October 2011. 4.56-billion-year-old meteorites, a painting from the collection of the LENTOS, a closed eco system and a checklist that travelled to the moon and back with the astronauts on board Apollo: four highly diverse objects that […]

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Knoxville Museum of Art Opens FAX Exhibition

Knoxville Museum of Art Opens FAX Exhibition

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The Knoxville Museum of Art presents FAX an exhibition on view, August 26-November 6, 2011. The exhibition consists of faxes submitted by nearly 100 artists sent to the initial showing of FAX at The Drawing Center, New York, along with seminal examples of early telecommunications art. The KMA will invite additional artists to submit works […]

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Winner of Grange Photography Prize to be Announced at Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) Gala Reception

Winner of Grange Photography Prize to be Announced at Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) Gala Reception

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Four photographers — two each from Canada and India — have been shortlisted for The Grange Prize 2011, Canada’s largest cash prize for photography. The winner of the $50,000 prize is chosen by public vote, which opens today and continues through October 23 at www.thegrangeprize.com. The winner will be announced at a gala reception hosted […]

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Mead Art Museum at Amherst College Presents Works by Photographer Jerome “Jerry” Liebling

Mead Art Museum at Amherst College Presents Works by Photographer Jerome “Jerry” Liebling

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The Mead Art Museum at Amherst College has placed on view nine works from its collection by renowned photographer, filmmaker and Hampshire College professor Jerome “Jerry” Liebling, who passed away on July 27. Born in Brooklyn in 1924, Liebling studied photography with Walter Rosenblum at Brooklyn College and with Paul Strand as part of the […]

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