Archive for February, 2014

Madre Museum presents Vettor Pisani. Eroica / Antieroica. Una retrospettiva (Heroic/Antiheroic. A retrospective)

. February 1, 2014

Madre Museum presents Vettor Pisani. Eroica / Antieroica. Una retrospettiva (Heroic/Antiheroic. A retrospective) an exhibition on view December 21, 2013–March 24, 2014. Eroica/Antieroica. Una retrospettiva (Heroic/Antiheroic. A retrospective) is the first and most comprehensive retrospective ever devoted to Vettor Pisani (Bari, 1934–Rome, 2011). With his first solo exhibition in 1970 at the Galleria La Salita […]

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Madre Museum announces Padraig Timoney. A lu tiempo de… (At the time of…)

Madre Museum announces Padraig Timoney. A lu tiempo de… (At the time of…)

. February 1, 2014

The Madre Museum presents Padraig Timoney. A lu tiempo de… (At the time of…) an exhibition on view February 7–May 12, 2014 . A lu tiempo de… (At the time of…) is the largest solo show ever devoted to the Irish artist Pádraig Timoney (b. 1968, Derry) in a public institution. This mid-career survey—comprising more […]

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Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam opens Marcel Wanders: Pinned Up at the Stedelijk 25 years of Design

. February 1, 2014

The Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam presents Marcel Wanders: Pinned Up at the Stedelijk 25 years of Design an exhibition on view February 1–June 15, 2014. This is the internationally renowned designer’s first European showing since 1999, the first ever retrospective of Wanders’ work, and the first major design exhibition at the Stedelijk since its reopening in […]

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San Francisco Art Institute announces Spring 2014 Public Programs

San Francisco Art Institute announces Spring 2014 Public Programs

. February 1, 2014

The San Francisco Art Institute invites the public to engage with global leaders of contemporary art and culture through lectures and exhibitions during spring 2014. A hub for creativity and cultural innovation since 1871, SFAI’s Public Programs seek new forms of exchange between the SFAI community, artists, and the public. Free and open to all. […]

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