Archive for March, 2014

Istituto Svizzero di Roma opens Touch of Joy Exercises in Imagination

Istituto Svizzero di Roma opens Touch of Joy Exercises in Imagination

. March 31, 2014

Istituto Svizzero di Roma presents Touch of Joy Exercises in Imagination on view March 31–April 12, 2014, the workshop Touch of Joy conceived by Berlin-based artist Peter Friedl as part of Studio Roma – Transdisciplinary Program on the Contemporary. Crises are not a 21st-century invention: 1816, for example, was the “Year without a Summer,” when […]

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Union Terminal celebrates its 81st birthday

. March 30, 2014

Cincinnati icon still a vibrant center of culture today CINCINNATI – On March 31, 2014, Cincinnatians will celebrate Opening Day, a longstanding tradition near and dear to people’s hearts. Union Terminal, likewise has a rich heritage that has rightly earned its place in people’s hearts. On March 31, Union Terminal will also be celebrating as […]

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Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden presents Room Service

Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden presents Room Service

. March 29, 2014

Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden presents Room Service an exhibition on view 22.3.2014 – 22.6.2014. The Federal State Exhibtion Baden-Württemberg is dealing with the myths that are entwined with the hotel as a semi-public space. Reflecting motifs of desire, it serves as a backdrop for the most intimate occurrences as well as matters of state. Over the […]

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Kunstmuseum Stuttgart opens Gego. Line As Object Luisa Richter

. March 29, 2014

Kunstmuseum Stuttgart presents Gego. Line As Object Luisa Richter on view March 29–June 29, 2014. Known as Gego, Gertrud Goldschmidt (1912–1994) is one of Latin America’s best-known woman artists and became a role model for an entire generation of artists. From 1932 to 1938, Gego studied architecture with Paul Bonatz at the Technical University in […]

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Nottingham Contemporary announces Somewhat Abstract

Nottingham Contemporary announces Somewhat Abstract

. March 29, 2014

Nottingham Contemporary presents Somewhat Abstract Selections from The Arts Council Collection on view 12 April–29 June 2014. Founded in 1946, The Arts Council Collection is the largest national loan collection of modern and British art. Sixty-nine artists are featured in this exhibition, including Tomma Abts, Frank Auerbach, Francis Bacon, Peter Blake, Zarina Bhimji, Anthony Caro, […]

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