Archive for January, 2014

Kunsthalle Wien announce Jos de Gruyter & Harald Thys Das Wunder des Lebens (The Miracle of Life)

. January 30, 2014

Kunsthalle Wien present Jos de Gruyter & Harald Thys Das Wunder des Lebens (The Miracle of Life), the first solo exhibition in Austria by the Belgian artists on view 7 February–4 May 2014. The two artists have been working together since the 1980s and have developed a highly individual oeuvre which includes videos, sculptures, drawings, […]

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Philadelphia Museum of Art present Michael Snow: Photo-Centric

Philadelphia Museum of Art present Michael Snow: Photo-Centric

. January 30, 2014

The Philadelphia Museum of Art will present the first exhibition in the United States in over four decades devoted solely to the photographic work of the acclaimed Canadian artist Michael Snow, on February 1–April 27, 2014. One of the most influential experimental filmmakers of his generation, Snow is known and admired for his multi-disciplinary approach […]

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Americas Society announce Within the Light Trap: Cruz-Diez in Black and White

. January 30, 2014

The Americas Society present Within the Light Trap: Cruz-Diez in Black and White on view February 4–March 22, 2014, the first exhibition in New York and in the U.S. to show the photographic works of this renowned abstract artist. Although internationally recognized for his chromatic research, Carlos Cruz-Diez’s formation began with an in-depth interest in […]

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UMFA Spring 2014 Film Series:“Creativity in Focus”

UMFA Spring 2014 Film Series:“Creativity in Focus”

. January 30, 2014

Salt Lake City – The Utah Museum of Fine Arts (UMFA), in partnership with the Utah Film Center, presents a monthly series of free films this spring highlighting the lives and creative processes of various artists and exploring the pressures, concerns, and influences that shape their work. All films will screen at 7 pm in […]

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Artifacts from unearthed privies tell stories of 19th century Cincinnati Feb. 1

. January 30, 2014

Exhibit at Cincinnati Museum Center showcases partnership with Northern Kentucky University CINCINNATI – Ever wonder what someone could learn by going through the items in your bathroom? What does your toothbrush say about your dental hygiene? Our archaeologists and teams have excavated local privy sites dating from the late 1800s and starting February 1, Medicine, […]

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