Archive for December, 2011

National Gallery of Canada (NGC) Presents Christian Marclay. The Clock

National Gallery of Canada (NGC) Presents Christian Marclay. The Clock

. December 27, 2011 . 0 Comments

The National Gallery of Canada (NGC) invites the public to see the Canadian première of The Clock, a masterful work by artist Christian Marclay. Christian Marclay. Still from The Clock, 2010. Single channel video with stereo sound. Standard definition footage at 1024 x 576 (16:9 aspect ration) 25fps. 24 hours, looped. The Museum of Modern […]

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Museum of European Cultures Reopens

Museum of European Cultures Reopens

. December 27, 2011 . 0 Comments

The Museum of European Cultures has re-opened in Berlin after two years of extensive renovation work and again is able to host exhibitions in Dahlem. Forthcoming highlights will include: – a permanent exhibition on the theme of ‘Cultural Contacts – Life in Europe’ – a temporary exhibition entitled ‘Explorations in Europe – Visual Studies in […]

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San Francisco Arts Commission Names Tom DeCaigny New Director of Cultural Affairs

. December 27, 2011 . 0 Comments

Tthe San Francisco Arts Commission voted unanimously to appoint Tom DeCaigny as the agency’s new Director of Cultural Affairs. A local consultant and the former executive director of the Performing Arts Workshop, DeCaigny will officially assume his new role leading the $10 million agency responsible for championing the arts in San Francisco on January 9, […]

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Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Presents Aphrodite and the Gods of Love

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Presents Aphrodite and the Gods of Love

. December 27, 2011 . 0 Comments

The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston presents Aphrodite and the Gods of Love on view through February 20, 2012, in the Lois and Michael Torf Gallery. Head of Aphrodite (“The Bartlett Head” ), Greek, about 330–300 B.C., Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Ancient worshipers traveled to Mount Olympus in Greece or to temples in Cyprus […]

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Sammlung Falckenberg Presents “Psycho” Exhibition by Ena Swanser and Robert Lucander

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The Sammlung Falckenberg presents seemingly poetic-surrealist images by US painter Ena Swanser and subversive-enigmatic works by Finnish artist Robert Lucander, in an exhibition on view through MARCH 25, 2012. The exhibition’s title of “Psycho” is a reference to the eponymous horror classic by Alfred Hitchcock and calls to mind the disturbed nature of schizophrenics, psychopaths […]

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