Archive for July, 2013

Tate Modern presents Ibrahim El-Salahi. A Visionary Modernist

Tate Modern presents Ibrahim El-Salahi. A Visionary Modernist

. July 2, 2013

Tate Modern presents Ibrahim El-Salahi. A Visionary Modernist, an exhibition on view 3 July – 22 September 2013. The first Tate Modern exhibition dedicated to African Modernism traces the life and work of Ibrahim El-Salahi. This major retrospective brings together 100 works from across more than five decades of his international career. The exhibition highlights […]

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Kunsthalle Mainz presents Thomas Schutte & Danh Vo Das Reich ohne Mitte (Kingdom without a Middle)

. July 2, 2013

Kunsthalle Mainz presents Thomas Schutte & Danh Vo Das Reich ohne Mitte (Kingdom without a Middle) an exhibition on view 5 July–6 October 2013. With works by Eduardo Chillida, Thomas Hobbes, Nicolas-André Monsiau, Henry Moore, Otto Muehl, Deimantas Narkevičius, Johannes Schilling, Thomas Schütte, Danh Vo Statues that serve political communities in the justification of their […]

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Center for Curatorial Studies and Hessel Museum of Art, Bard College announces The Flood of Rights 2013 Conference

Center for Curatorial Studies and Hessel Museum of Art, Bard College announces The Flood of Rights 2013 Conference

. July 2, 2013

Center for Curatorial Studies and Hessel Museum of Art, Bard College presents The Flood of Rights 2013 Conference on September 19–22, 2013. Human rights claims are now made and conveyed—demonstrated—anywhere and at all levels through user-generated communication channels such as Facebook, Twitter, and Flickr. These images and their consequences constitute a human rights praxis outside […]

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49 Nord 6 Est – FRAC Lorraine presents Bad Girls A collection in action

. July 2, 2013

49 Nord 6 Est – FRAC Lorraine presents Bad Girls A collection in action on July 13–October 20, 2013. Refusal of any established order, subversion of the commonplace…At a time when patriarchy is crumbling, Bad Girls are putting on their armor…Disobedience becomes the norm in the face of binary and linear outlooks that lead us […]

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St. Michaels hosts Battle of St. Michaels Bicentennial August 10 & 11

St. Michaels hosts Battle of St. Michaels Bicentennial August 10 & 11

. July 2, 2013

The Town of St. Michaels will bring the War of 1812’s history to life during a town-wide Battle of St. Michaels Bicentennial on Saturday, August 10. The town’s waterfront and historic district will transform to a time 200 years ago, with re-enactments, boat rides, cannon firings, a Talbot Street parade, horse drawn carriage rides, an […]

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