Archive for April, 2013

Cantor Arts Cente presents A Royal Renaissance: School of Fontainebleau Prints from the Kirk Edward Long Collection

. April 1, 2013

Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University presents A Royal Renaissance: School of Fontainebleau Prints from the Kirk Edward Long Collection an exhibition on view through August 4, 2013. How are the boundaries between social classes and identities challenged and transcended? This exhibition explores that question by considering art production in China and Japan during the […]

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Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía presents Mitsuo Miura Imagined Memories

Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía presents Mitsuo Miura Imagined Memories

. April 1, 2013

Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía presents Mitsuo Miura Imagined Memories on view September 2, 2013. Mitsuo Miura. Installation Imagined Memories, 2013. Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Palacio de Cristal © Mitsuo Miura, VEGAP, Madrid. The art of Mitsuo Miura (b. 1946, Iwate), who has lived in Spain since 1966, stands out […]

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Museum Opens Temporary Exhibit of Rare Wonder Woman Airplane

. April 1, 2013

Invisible plane to be showcased at The Museum of Flight SEATTLE, – The Museum of Flight will be opening a special three-day exhibit of Wonder Woman’s famed invisible plane in its Side Gallery beginning Monday, Museum officials announced. The aircraft is the original iteration of the renowned superhero’s plane – a propeller-driven craft that had […]

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New Museum to host Museum as Hub conference

New Museum to host Museum as Hub conference

. April 1, 2013

The New Museum is to host Museum as Hub conference on April 12–13, 2013. Marking the sixth anniversary of the New Museum’s Hub initiative, this conference aims, in part, to consider strategies for the next phase of the project, while also reflecting more broadly on the rapidly shifting global context it inhabits. The conference will […]

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