Archive for February, 2014

Bergen Kunsthall announces Hannah Sawtell Re Petitioner in Zero Time 2

. February 22, 2014

Bergen Kunsthall presents Hannah Sawtell Re Petitioner in Zero Time 2 an exhibition on view 28 February–30 March 2014. In Re Petitioner in Zero Time 2, Hannah Sawtell reconfigures a work first presented in London last year, adapting it very specifically to its new context in Bergen. Comprising a looped digital video, an electronic soundtrack […]

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Musee de l’Elysee announces new photography prize

Musee de l’Elysee announces new photography prize

. February 22, 2014

The Musée de l’Elysée in Lausanne, Switzerland, announced a new photography prize, the Musée de l’Elysée supports photographers in the production of their work. A photography prize is another way to fulfill this fundamental mission of our institution. It is in a shared commitment to foster creativity and new work that the Musée de l’Elysée […]

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Tate Britain presents Richard Deacon exhibition

. February 22, 2014

Tate Britain presents a major exhibition of the work of Turner Prize winner Richard Deacon (b. 1949), a leading British sculptor who first achieved international recognition in the early 1980s, on viewe now through 27 April 2014. Consisting of approximately 40 works, this chronological survey will include large, mid-scale and small sculptures shown alongside a […]

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San Jose Museum of Art Highlights New Acquisitions in Exhibition

San Jose Museum of Art Highlights New Acquisitions in Exhibition

. February 22, 2014

The San Jose Museum of Art will “go public” with artworks added to its collection in the past three years in a new exhibition this spring. Initial Public Offering: New Works from SJMA’s Collection, on view March 1 – August 24, 2014, will showcase 30 works in a variety of media by artists including Jay […]

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Museum of Flight Hosts Aviation Archaeology Symposium March 15-16

. February 22, 2014

International roster of experts share secrets and stories of recovering lost aircraft SEATTLE – The Museum of Flight will host Seattle’s first two-day symposium about aviation archaeology March 15-16. The “Before It’s Too Late” symposium will bring together an international team of experts in the emerging field of aircraft recovery and crash-site preservation. Their presentations […]

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