Archive for March, 2012

Fitchburg Art Museum presents The Magic of Antarctic Colors: David Abbey Paige, Artist of the Byrd Antarctic Expedition 1933-1935

Fitchburg Art Museum presents The Magic of Antarctic Colors: David Abbey Paige, Artist of the Byrd Antarctic Expedition 1933-1935

. March 30, 2012 . 0 Comments

The Fitchburg Art Museum presents The Magic of Antarctic Colors: David Abbey Paige, Artist of the Byrd Antarctic Expedition 1933-1935, an exhibition on view from April 15- June 24, 2012. David Abbey Paige Group of penguins, 1934 Pastel Ohio State University Libraries. Fitchburg native David Abby Paige (1901-1978) painted the strangely beautiful polar region with […]

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De Appel arts centre opens in new permanent premises

De Appel arts centre opens in new permanent premises

. March 30, 2012 . 0 Comments

De Appel arts centre has opened its new permanent premises in a renovated eighteenth-century building on the Prins Hendrikkade 142, a stone’s throw from Amsterdam Central Station. Its new home, renovated by denieuwegeneratie and ADP architects, will not only house impressive exhibition spaces and educational spaces for the Curatorial and Gallerist Programmes, but will include […]

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Dartmouth College to Open New Visual Arts Center in September

Dartmouth College to Open New Visual Arts Center in September

. March 30, 2012 . 0 Comments

Dartmouth College announced the naming of its visual arts center in honor of Leon Black, Class of 1973, and his wife Debra, who are contributing $48 million toward the new state-of-the-art visual arts center, opening September 2012. Designed by Machado and Silvetti Associates, the Black Family Visual Arts Center will house the Departments of Studio […]

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Lunds Konsthall announces Social Fabric exhibition

Lunds Konsthall announces Social Fabric exhibition

. March 30, 2012 . 0 Comments

Lunds konsthallpresents Social Fabric, an exhibition, on view 6 April–27 May 2012, organised by Iniva (Institute for International Visual Art) in London that uses textiles to explore colonial history, international trade, labour and militant politics. In the 19th century Karl Marx gave an account of the cotton trade, tracking fifty years of boom and bust […]

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Fundacion Juan Marc opens Avant-Garde Applied (1890–1950)

Fundacion Juan Marc opens Avant-Garde Applied (1890–1950)

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Fundacion Juan Marc in Madrid opens Avant-Garde Applied (1890–1950), an exhibition on view March 30 – July 1, 2012. The exhibition The Applied Avant-Garde (1890-1950), displaying more than 700 works–among them original designs, maquettes, preparatory studies and photomontages, posters, books, magazines, postcards, brochures–will reveal the arresting and fascinating visual history of the impact of Avant-Garde […]

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