Archive for May, 2014

Kunsthalle Zurich opens Haim Steinbach once again the world is flat

. May 29, 2014

Kunsthalle Zurich opens Haim Steinbach once again the world is flat on view 24 May–17 August 2014. This expansive exhibition at Kunsthalle Zürich presents the work of Haim Steinbach (born in Israel in 1944, lives and works in New York) from the early 1970s to the present day. The show focuses on Haim Steinbach’s contextual […]

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James A. Michener Art Museum Director & CEO, Lisa Tremper Hanover Announces New Senior Curator of Exhibitions

James A. Michener Art Museum Director & CEO, Lisa Tremper Hanover Announces New Senior Curator of Exhibitions

. May 29, 2014

Two-Month Search Results in Appointment of Kirsten Jensen, Ph.D. (Doylestown, PA) Michener Art Museum Director & CEO Lisa Tremper Hanover announced the appointment of Kirsten Jensen, Ph.D. as the new Senior Curator of Exhibitions. Jensen’s specialty is American Art, with a specific strength in the artistic heritage of Bucks County. Jensen earned her Ph.D. with […]

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Diana Baldon appointed new Director at Malmo Konsthall

. May 29, 2014

After an extensive search involving a number of highly qualified Swedish and international candidates, the Board of the Department of Culture in Malmö is delighted to announce the appointment of Diana Baldon as Malmö Konsthall’s new Director, effective June 2, 2014. “We are pleased to welcome Diana Baldon to Malmö and the Department of Culture,” […]

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New Museum Spring 2014 exhibitions

New Museum Spring 2014 exhibitions

. May 28, 2014

The New Museum announces a new series of solo shows, featuring the first New York museum presentations of five young international artists, including a new performance work by Ragnar Kjartansson, an immersive sound installation by Roberto Cuoghi, a survey of videos, sculptures, and drawings by Camille Henrot, and site-specific installations by Hannah Sawtell and David […]

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Parco Arte Vivente (PAV) announces Vegetation as a political agent

. May 28, 2014

Parco Arte Vivente (PAV) presents Vegetation as a political agent on view 31 May–2 November 2014. The exhibition aims to investigate the historical and social implications of the plant world in light of the ever-increasing reclaim of “green” as an agent of change in relation to current neoliberal processes. To place a plant within a […]

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