Archive for July, 2013

Toledo Museum of Art Purchases Two Works by Frank Stella

Toledo Museum of Art Purchases Two Works by Frank Stella

. July 31, 2013

The Toledo Museum of Art has expanded its holdings of post-World War II American abstract art by acquiring two works by Frank Stella (born 1936), Conway I and La penna di hu. Conway I, created as part of the “Irregular Polygons” series in 1966, presents a large horizontal rectangle into which a smaller parallelogram is […]

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Mr Doryun Chong appointed Chief Curator for M+

. July 31, 2013

The West Kowloon Cultural District Authority (WKCDA) announced that Mr Doryun Chong, a respected name in the international museum field, will join the team of M+, the museum for visual culture in the District. Mr Doryun Chong will join WKCDA this September as Chief Curator, assisting Dr Lars Nittve in overseeing the future development of […]

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National Museum Cardiff presents Visions of Mughal India: The Collection of Howard Hodgkin

National Museum Cardiff presents Visions of Mughal India: The Collection of Howard Hodgkin

. July 31, 2013

National Museum Cardiff opens Visions of Mughal India: The Collection of Howard Hodgkin an exhibition on view 27 Jul–3 Nov, 2013. The artist Howard Hodgkin has been a passionate collector of Indian paintings since his school days and his collection is considered one of the finest of its kind in the world. Visions of Mughal […]

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The Santa Cruz Museum of Natural History announces Native Bird Connections

. July 31, 2013

The Santa Cruz Museum of Natural History presents Native Bird Connections on August 10. At 11am and 12:30pm, event participants will see live raptors and hear about their fascinating adaptations and lifestyles. The MAH will sponsor the arts and crafts table and there will be live music between raptor shows. http://santacruzmuseum.org

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Tate and Ernst & Young announce major new three-year arts partnership

Tate and Ernst & Young announce major new three-year arts partnership

. July 31, 2013

Tate and EY (Ernst & Young) announced a major new three-year arts partnership, making EY one of the largest corporate supporters of Tate. EY has twenty years’ experience of supporting and investing in UK arts and culture, but this new partnership – its largest with a single arts organisation inBritain– marks a major step-up in […]

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