Archive for March, 2013

RAF Museum hosts Exhibition

. March 2, 2013 . 0 Comments

The RAF Museum Cosford is hosting the FAST Exhibition on April 18th. FAST Exhibition participants will be unveiling a large number of new products, many for the first time in the UK. Each of these new products bring new opportunities to designers and production engineers alike, allowing better, stronger, faster installations as well as improved […]

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Today Art Museum announces Pan Gongkai Dispersion and Generation

Today Art Museum announces Pan Gongkai Dispersion and Generation

. March 2, 2013 . 0 Comments

Today Art Museum presents Pan Gongkai Dispersion and Generation open 9–31 March 2013. Image © Pangongkai Studio. This exhibition takes as its purpose research and reflection. The two key concepts “dispersion” and “generation” point to problem awareness at the core of this exhibition. Rather than being a major retrospective, this exhibition intends to raise questions […]

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National Museum of American History Celebrates Women’s History Month

. March 2, 2013 . 0 Comments

The Institution will kick off Women’s History Month at the National Museum of American History Saturday, March 2, from 12 to 4 p.m., with its “Vote! Women’s History Month Family Festival” celebration. The day commemorates the centennial of the 1913 National Woman Suffrage Parade in Washington, D.C. Visitors can explore women’s history through conversations with […]

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Frist Center for the Visual Arts opens Exploring Art of the Ancient Americas. The John Bourne Collection

Frist Center for the Visual Arts opens Exploring Art of the Ancient Americas. The John Bourne Collection

. March 1, 2013 . 0 Comments

Frist Center for the Visual Arts opens Exploring Art of the Ancient Americas. The John Bourne Collection an exhibition on view March 1–June 23, 2013. Burial Urn, K’iché Maya, Southern Highlands, Guatemala, Late Classic Period, 550 – 850 CE, Earthenware, post-fire paint, 55.8 x 67.4 x 57.9 cm, The Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, gift of […]

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Tel Aviv Museum of Art presents Absalon exhibition

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Tel Aviv Museum of Art presents a comprehensive exhibition of works by Israeli- French artist Absalon, 20 years after his death. Absalon’s white cells, made of simple materials, offer proposals for habitation and directly relate to the urban space, presenting a dialogue with the surrounding architecture. The exhibition’s installation in the White City of Tel […]

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