April, 2012

Leighton House Museum opens Victorian Visions. Pre-Raphaelite and Nineteenth-Century Art from the John Schaeffer Collection

Leighton House Museum opens Victorian Visions. Pre-Raphaelite and Nineteenth-Century Art from the John Schaeffer Collection

Leighton House Museum presents Victorian Visions. Pre-Raphaelite and Nineteenth-Century Art from the John Schaeffer Collection, an exhibition on view Thursday 26 April – Sunday 23 September, 2012. Daniel Maclise Scene – lawn before the Duke’s palace; Orlando about to engage with Charles, the Duke’s wrestler 1854, background repainted c1855–56. JW Waterhouse Mariamne 1887. John Schaeffer […]

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Columbia Museum of Art presents Wadsworth Chamber Music Series season finale on May 1

Artistic director and internationally acclaimed cellist Edward Arron hosts the fifth and final chamber music concert in the 2011-2012 season at the Columbia Museum of Art on Tuesday, May 1 at 7:00 p.m. featuring pianist Rieko Aizawa, violinist Steven Copes, violinist Yehonatan Berick and cellist Edward Arron performing works by Schubert, Prokofiev, Dvořák and Fauré. […]

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Arnolfini announces Superpower. Africa in Science Fiction

Arnolfini announces Superpower. Africa in Science Fiction

Arnolfini presents Superpower. Africa in Science Fiction, an exhibition on view 5 May–1 July 2012. Luis Dourado, Untitled. Courtesy of the artist Superpower: Africa in Science Fiction surveys the recent tendency for artists and filmmakers to apply the forms and concerns of science fiction to narratives situated in the African continent. It considers the complex […]

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Contemporary Art Meets Social Networking in New Exhibition at Nassau County Museum of Art

Contemporary Art Meets Social Networking in New Exhibition at Nassau County Museum of Art

“Steven Salzman: Facebook Formatted (and other works)” on View at Nassau County Museum of Art through July 8 To encourage dialogue and broaden the audience for his work, New York artist Steven Salzman uploads his boldly colored, geometric digital images to Facebook in the three-part horizontal rectangle format seen on Facebook pages. His playful, yet […]

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