Archive for March, 2014

Castello di Rivoli Museum of Contemporary Art 30th anniversary programming

Castello di Rivoli Museum of Contemporary Art 30th anniversary programming

. March 28, 2014

Thirty years have passed since the start of the adventure that saw the opening of the first Italian museum dedicated entirely to contemporary art. A wholly new and special museum, not only for the country, but also because it is housed in an architectural space of great art-historical importance, the Castello di Rivoli, a former […]

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April 5 “Growing Up Boeing” Lecture and Book Signing with Rebecca Wallick

. March 28, 2014

Daughter of Boeing test pilot recalls jet age childhood SEATTLE – Rebecca Wallick’s father Lew was a legendary test pilot for The Boeing Company for 35 years until his retirement in 1986. On April 5 Wallick will recall those times with a lecture based upon her recent book, “Growing Up Boeing: The Early Jet Age […]

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Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil presents Tino Sehgal These Associations (Essas Associações)

Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil presents Tino Sehgal These Associations (Essas Associações)

. March 27, 2014

The Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil presents Tino Sehgal These Associations (Essas Associações) on view now through April 21, 2014. Winner of this year’s Golden Lion at the Venice Biennale, Tino Sehgal, born in London and based in Berlin, will show his work for the first time in Brazil. Sehgal’s seminal work These associations will […]

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SALT Upcoming and ongoing programs

. March 27, 2014

Rabih Mroué April 2–July 27 SALT Galata and SALT Beyoğlu An actor, theater director, playwright and visual artist, Rabih Mroué belongs to the generation of Lebanese artists that came to prominence in the decade after the official end of the Lebanese Civil War in 1990. Rooted in the firsthand experience of political unrest and social […]

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KMA Lecture: Jasper Johns, In Time with Merce Cunningham

KMA Lecture: Jasper Johns, In Time with Merce Cunningham

. March 26, 2014

There is a fascinating and lesser-known chapter in the career of Jasper Johns. He was artistic advisor for the avant-garde Merce Cunningham Dance Company, which connected him to movement artists, musicians, and performers, and influenced Johns’s thinking about time and space. Cultural Katonah, a new collaboration between Caramoor, John Jay Homestead State Historic Site, and […]

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