March, 2014

Kunstmuseum Stuttgart opens Gego. Line As Object Luisa Richter

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

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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April 8 Evening Panel Discusses Productivity in Airliner Programs

Panelists include Jim Albaugh, former CEO of Boeing Commercial Airplanes, and Abe Karem, inventor of the Predator unmanned aerial vehicle SEATTLE – Airline and aviation engineering professionals will discuss the state of today’s airline industry during a panel presentation on April 8 at 7 p.m. Featured speaker will be Jim Albaugh, former CEO of Boeing […]

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Galerie Springer Berlin opens Edward Burtynsky: Water Part II

Galerie Springer Berlin opens Edward Burtynsky: Water Part II

The Galerie Springer Berlin presents Edward Burtynsky: Water Part II on view 28.03. – 24.05.2014. This second part of the exhibition features, for the most part, new, previously unpublished works from the series. Along with the film WATERMARK and the BURTYNSKY – WATER book (Steidl), it is Mr Burtynsky’s largest project to date, documenting the […]

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