Archive for June, 2012

Buckingham Palace announces Royal Faberge exhibition

Buckingham Palace announces Royal Faberge exhibition

. June 3, 2012 . 0 Comments

Buckingham Palace presents Royal Faberge, an exhibition of over 100 masterpieces from the finest collection of Fabergé in the world, on display from Saturday, 23rd July as part of a special exhibition at Buckingham Palace this summer. Royal Fabergé will chart the Royal Family’s enduring passion for the work of the great Russian jeweller and […]

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Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) opens Afterimage. Tod Ainslie’s Vision of the War of 1812

Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) opens Afterimage. Tod Ainslie’s Vision of the War of 1812

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The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) presents Afterimage. Tod Ainslie’s Vision of the War of 1812, 22 photographic works on display from Saturday, June 2, 2012 to Sunday, February 24, 2013. These evocative photographs, documenting many of the War’s historically significant sites, were taken between 2001 and 2009 by Burlington-based Tod Ainslie using three pinhole cameras […]

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Kadist Art Foundation presents When it Stops Dripping from the Ceiling (An Exhibition That Thinks About Edification)

Kadist Art Foundation presents When it Stops Dripping from the Ceiling (An Exhibition That Thinks About Edification)

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The Kadist Art Foundation in Paris presents When it Stops Dripping from the Ceiling (An Exhibition That Thinks About Edification) on view 14 June–29 July 2012. Opening: Tuesday 12 June, 6–9pm. Jesse Ash, Composing a Battle for Narrative, 2011. Courtesy of the artist & Monitor, Rome. In present times, some are calling for the invention […]

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KW Institute for Contemporary Art presents Institute for Human Activities Presents Opening Seminar

KW Institute for Contemporary Art presents Institute for Human Activities Presents Opening Seminar

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KW Institute for Contemporary Art presents Institute for Human Activities presents opening seminar on 11–12 June 2012. The Institute for Human Activities inaugurates its Gentrification Program with a two-day opening seminar on its specially built Settlement in Congo. Institute for Human Activities, 2012 A Gentrification Program If one feels that a critical position is only […]

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CICA (Changing Identities and Contexts in the Arts) presents Staging Knowledge at SALT

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CICA (Changing Identities and Contexts in the Arts) presents Staging Knowledge at SALT on 15–16 June 2012. Once the artistic model could traditionally be described as an experience-based experiment. The current situation of research-based artistic practices, however, could rather be considered an experiment-based experience where predominantly laboratory-type settings and working methods produce artistic thought processes […]

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