Archive for September, 2011

Tennessee State Museum Presents Common People in Uncommon Times: The Civil War Experience in Tennessee

Tennessee State Museum Presents Common People in Uncommon Times: The Civil War Experience in Tennessee

. September 30, 2011 . 0 Comments

A Civil War Exhibition Commemorating the 150th anniversary opens at the Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center in September The official traveling exhibition of the Tennessee Civil War Sesquicentennial Commission, Common People in Uncommon Times: The Civil War Experience in Tennessee, has been organized by the Tennessee State Museum. The exhibition, which opens at the Great […]

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Nationalmuseum Opens The Peredvizhniki – Pioneers of Russian Painting

Nationalmuseum Opens The Peredvizhniki – Pioneers of Russian Painting

. September 30, 2011 . 0 Comments

The Nationalmuseum in Sweden presents The Peredvizhniki – Pioneers of Russian Painting an exhibition on view 29 September 2011–22 January 2012. Ilya Repin, Barge-haulers on the Volga, 1870-73 Oil on canvas State Russian Museum © 2011, State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg The Peredvizhniki were a group of artists who came together in 1870 in protest […]

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Museum of Osteopathic Medicine Awarded Grant by Federal Institute of Museum and Library Services

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A generous grant of $142,776 from the Federal Institute of Museum and Library Services, staff members at the Museum of Osteopathic Medicine and International Center for Osteopathic History will be able to effectively start Phase II of the categorization and cataloging of artifacts as they move toward a uniform inventory of their Osteopathic Heritage collection. […]

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Smart Museum of Art at the University of Chicago Opens Vision and Communism

Smart Museum of Art at the University of Chicago Opens Vision and Communism

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The Smart Museum of Art presents Vision and Communism an exhibition on view through January 22, 2012. Viktor Koretsky, “Africa Fights, Africa Will Win!,” 1971. Poster. Ne boltai! Collection The Soviet artist and designer Viktor Koretsky (1909–1998) created aggressive, emotionally charged images that articluated a Communist vision of the world utterly unlike that of conventional […]

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Milwaukee Art Museum Announces Impressionism: Masterworks on Paper

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The Milwaukee Art Museum presents Impressionism: Masterworks on Paper an exhibition on view October 14, 2011–January 8, 2012. Organized in conjunction with the Albertina in Vienna, Impressionism: Masterworks on Paper is the first exhibition devoted exclusively to the significance of drawing to the Impressionist and Post-Impressionist avant-garde movements—and to the development of modern art. The […]

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