May, 2012

Laumeier Sculpture Park announces Camp Out. Finding Home in an Unstable World

Laumeier Sculpture Park announces Camp Out. Finding Home in an Unstable World

Laumeier Sculpture Park presents Camp Out. Finding Home in an Unstable World, an exhibition on view June 2–September 16, 2012. Camp Out: Finding Home in an Unstable World looks at different ways in which the dream of home has imploded over the past three decades, and how new forms of home might be fashioned in […]

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Fargo Air Museum accepts L-39 Aero Vodochody Jet Trainer

The Fargo Air Museum has accepted a L-39 Aero Vodochody Jet Trainer from John Huls. “John said, “It is a nice flying machine that I bought from the Ukraine about 5 years ago, painted it and put in American instruments.” It was manufactured by Aero Vodochody in Prague, Czech Republic, for the Warsaw Pact Countries. […]

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National Gallery of Canada opens Van Gogh: Up Close exhibition

National Gallery of Canada opens Van Gogh: Up Close exhibition

The National Gallery of Canada presents Van Gogh: Up Close exhibition, an exhibition organized by the National Gallery of Canada and the Philadelphia Museum of Art on view from May 25 to September 3, 2012. Visitors will be able to enjoy 47 paintings from public and private collections around the world that explore the Dutch […]

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deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum presents ninth project in PLATFORM series. Jedediah Caesar

deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum presents ninth project in PLATFORM series. Jedediah Caesar

The deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum presents the ninth project in its PLATFORM series: Jedediah Caesar, on view May 26–August 12, 2012. PLATFORM 9: Jedediah Caesar presents new work centered on the artist’s interest in the temporal nature of landscape— specifically as it pertains to deCordova’s Sculpture Park. As part of the ongoing PLATFORM series, […]

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