Archive for March, 2014

Artspace New Zealand open Peter Friedl The Dramatist

. March 1, 2014

Artspace New Zealand presents Peter Friedl The Dramatist open 1 March–17 April 2014. Focusing on the artist’s most recent production, the show highlights his aesthetics of critical intimacy, permanent displacement and contextual transfers. By adopting a variety of genres, media and forms of display, Friedl’s works explore the construction of history and concepts and present […]

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National Sporting Library & Museum Side Saddle Symposium, March 15, 2014

National Sporting Library & Museum Side Saddle Symposium, March 15, 2014

. March 1, 2014

MIDDLEBURG, VA – The National Sporting Library & Museum (NSLM) Side Saddle Symposium will provide an overview of a sport that occupies a special niche in equestrian competition and has experienced a resurgence of interest. Leading practitioners will talk about history, attire, riding and judging. British scholar and 2011 John F. Daniels Fellow, Professor Alison […]

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CAPC Contemporary Art Museum Bordeaux announces Procession A Story within the Exhibition

. March 1, 2014

CAPC Contemporary Art Museum Bordeaux presents Procession A Story within the Exhibition on view March 5–November 16, 2014. Julie Maroh, author of the highly acclaimed comic strip Blue is a Warm Colour, is seizing the CAPC with the illustrator Maya Mihindou, and presenting a new opus: the exhibition Procession. Procession is a visual narrative occupying […]

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Race to the End of the Earth

Race to the End of the Earth

. March 1, 2014

THE MUSEUM OF IDAHO IS 1 OF ONLY 3 MUSEUMS IN THE U.S. TO HOST RACE TO THE END OF THE EARTH DURING ITS INTERNATIONAL TOUR IDAHO FALLS – The Museum of Idaho is proud to be the 3rd museum in the U.S. to host Race to the End of the Earth. This is a […]

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Neue Galerie Graz – Universalmuseum Joanneum present Idea and Form. Mathematics and the Beauty of Science

. March 1, 2014

Neue Galerie Graz – Universalmuseum Joanneum open Idea and Form. Mathematics and the Beauty of Science an exhibition on view February 27–May 11, 2014. As a ‘language of natural sciences’ ever since antiquity, mathematics has always been a central tool for explaining and understanding the world. It has helped to investigate the structure of the […]

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