Archive for November, 2011

British Library Launch Historical Newspapers Website

British Library Launch Historical Newspapers Website

. November 29, 2011 . 0 Comments

The British Library and online publisher brightsolid today launch a website that will transform the way that people use historical newspapers to find out about the past. The British Newspaper Archive website will offer access to up to 4 million fully searchable pages, featuring more than 200 newspaper titles from every part of the UK […]

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Indianapolis Museum of Art Announces Call for Proposals for 2012 Residency on Andrea Zittel’s Indianapolis Island

. November 29, 2011 . 0 Comments

The Indianapolis Museum of Art is issuing a call for proposals for a summer 2012 six-week residency on Andrea Zittel’s Indianapolis Island within the IMA’s 100 Acres: The Virginia B. Fairbanks Art and Nature Park. Graduate and undergraduate students and emerging professionals in the fields of art, design, architecture and performing arts are encouraged to […]

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Fotomuseum Winterthur Opens Cloud Studies. The Scientific View of the Sky

Fotomuseum Winterthur Opens Cloud Studies. The Scientific View of the Sky

. November 28, 2011 . 0 Comments

Fotomuseum in Winterthur presents Cloud Studies. The Scientific View of the Sky, an exhibition on view 26.11.2011 – 12.02.2012. Albert Riggenbach Cirrus, Basle, around 1895 Tableau with gelatin-silver prints © Swiss National Museum, Zurich “Clouds are subject to certain distinct modifications, produced by the general causes which effect all the variations of the atmosphere: they […]

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Christie’s to Auction Vasily Vereshchagin Painting on Behalf of the Brooklyn Museum

Christie’s to Auction Vasily Vereshchagin Painting on Behalf of the Brooklyn Museum

. November 28, 2011 . 0 Comments

Christie’s Russian Art Sale in London. on November 28, features Vasily Vereshchagin’s Crucifixion by the Romans, painted in 1887 in Paris, with an estimate of £1,000,000-1,500,000. The picture will be sold to benefit the acquisitions fund of the Brooklyn Museum, where it was exhibited for the last time in 1932. Vasily Vereshchagin “Crucifixion by the […]

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National Gallery of Denmark Opens European Art 1300-1800

National Gallery of Denmark Opens European Art 1300-1800

. November 28, 2011 . 0 Comments

The National Gallery of Denmark presents European Art 1300-1800 a new exhibition on view through 19 February, 2012. Lucas Cranach the Elder, Melancholia, 1523. National Gallery of Denmark Five hundred years of art unfold themselves before your eyes in a new, extensive, and audience-oriented display at the National Gallery of Denmark. From Medieval times to […]

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