Archive for July, 2013

Saint Louis Art Museum Opens New East Building

Saint Louis Art Museum Opens New East Building

. July 1, 2013

The Saint Louis Art Museum opened it’s new East Building on Saturday, June 29, 2013. Designed by award-winning architect Sir David Chipperfield with technical leadership from HOK, the new East Building increases the Museum’s public space by 30 percent and adds more than 300 parking spaces, as well as a new, fully accessible entrance on […]

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Cal State Fullerton Grand Central Art Center announces Adriana Salazar Nothing Else Left

. July 1, 2013

Cal State Fullerton Grand Central Art Center announces Adriana Salazar Nothing Else Left an exhibition on view July 6th – September 22nd. Is there an end to our existence? Can we be separated from our bodies and be transformed into something else? Adriana Salazar’s work has continued to revolve around these questions in different ways. […]

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Walker Art Gallery acquires La Masseuse (The Masseuse) sculpture by Edgar Degas

Walker Art Gallery acquires La Masseuse (The Masseuse) sculpture by Edgar Degas

. July 1, 2013

La Masseuse (The Masseuse), a sculpture by Edgar Degas has found a permanent home at the Walker Art Gallery as part of the government’s Acceptance In Lieu (AIL) scheme, administered by Arts Council England. Once owned by the renowned painter, Lucian Freud, the sculpture was one of three by Degas, bequeathed to the nation upon […]

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Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA) presents Katharsis: Fundacion Televisa’s Photography Collection

. July 1, 2013

Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA) presents Katharsis: Fundacion Televisa’s Photography Collection in a exhibition on view June 30th – September 22nd. This exhibition is comprised with images from the Photography Collection of Fundación Televisa, becoming a documentary and artistic tour through the real and imaginary arenas of Mexican wrestling or lucha libre. Entrenched within […]

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Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary announce Cerith Wyn Evans The What If?… Scenario (after LG)

Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary announce Cerith Wyn Evans The What If?… Scenario (after LG)

. July 1, 2013

Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary present Cerith Wyn Evans The What If?… Scenario (after LG) on view July 5–November 3, 2013. Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary’s fourth exhibition at Vienna’s Augarten, Cerith Wyn Evans—The What If?… Scenario (after LG) borrows its title from Liam Gillick’s eponymous work and resumes the latter’s speculative character, projecting a precarious and notional sense […]

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