January, 2014

Museum of Modern Art Trustees approve initial details of expansion

The Museum of Modern Art’s Board of Trustees has approved initial details of a major building project that will expand the Museum’s public spaces and galleries to provide greater public accessibility and allow the Museum to reconceive the presentation of its collection and exhibitions. Working with Diller Scofidio + Renfro, the renowned interdisciplinary studio based […]

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Frist Center Presents Two Exhibitions of Works by Francisco Goya and Steve Mumford Exploring Aspects of War

Frist Center Presents Two Exhibitions of Works by Francisco Goya and Steve Mumford Exploring Aspects of War

Goya: The Disasters of War and Steve Mumford’s War Journals, 2003-2013, Open February 28, 2014 NASHVILLE, TN – Through the concurrent presentations of the exhibitions Goya: The Disasters of War, and Steve Mumford’s War Journals, 2003-2013, the Frist Center for the Visual Arts offers two powerful portrayals of conflict and its consequences. In The Disasters […]

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MLK Coalition, Freedom Center Host 39th Annual King Legacy Breakfast

Six Legacy Award winners will be honored Jan. 20 at 8 a.m. Please join us as the Martin Luther King, Jr. Coalition and the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center will host the 39th annual King Legacy Awards Breakfast Jan. 20 at the Freedom Center. Tickets are $35 and are available by calling 513-333-7706. The event […]

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Parasol unit foundation for contemporary art presents Canan Tolon: Sidesteps

Parasol unit foundation for contemporary art presents Canan Tolon: Sidesteps

Parasol unit foundation for contemporary art is delighted to present a solo exhibition of works by Turkish-born artist Canan Tolon. This, her first major exhibition in a London institution, provides in-depth insight into her works from 1986 to the present day. It includes Futur imparfait, 1986–1999, a series of 33 ink-wash and crayon figurative drawings […]

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