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Seeing Ourselves: Masterpieces of American Photography from George Eastman House Collection  at the New York State Museum

Seeing Ourselves: Masterpieces of American Photography from George Eastman House Collection at the New York State Museum

. February 13, 2010

Seeing Ourselves: Masterpieces of American Photography from George Eastman House Collection opens February 12 at the New York State Museum as the next exhibition in the Bank of America Great Art Series. On view through May 9 in the Museum’s West Gallery, the exhibition is the 22nd installment of the Bank of America Great Art […]

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Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum Launches Kids Club

. February 13, 2010

The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum launched its newest patron group, the Guggenheim Kids Club, with a special reception at the museum. Kids Club cochairs Lisa Thorp, Kimberly Tighe, and Meredith Verona welcomed over 50 families at the event, all of whom enjoyed interactive art activities led by Guggenheim educators, a private viewing of the Kandinsky […]

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Mineral and Fossil Show and Sale at the New York State Museum

. February 13, 2010

ALBANY, NY – Children will have the chance to dig for minerals while adults shop for their own treasures at the “17th Annual James Campbell Memorial Gem, Mineral and Fossil Show and Sale,” to be held Saturday, February 20 and Sunday, February 21 at the New York State Museum. Open from 10 a.m. to 5 […]

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Nicolas Baier: Pareidolias at The Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography

Nicolas Baier: Pareidolias at The Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography

. February 12, 2010

Pareidolia is a psychological phenomenon. The term is used to describe how the human mind sees familiar objects in abstract forms, such as animals in clouds or the man in the moon. It is also an intriguing title for the recent work of Montreal artist Nicolas Baier, whose subjects include antique mirrors, the surface of […]

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Whistler: Influences, Friends and the Not-So-Friendly at the Toledo Museum of Art

Whistler: Influences, Friends and the Not-So-Friendly at the Toledo Museum of Art

. February 12, 2010

TOLEDO, OHIO–A new exhibition of prints from the Toledo Museum of Art’s collection spotlights the work of iconic American artist James Abbott McNeill Whistler (1834-1903). Although perhaps more popularly known today as a painter, Whistler was a master of the etched line. “Whistler: Influences, Friends and the Not-So-Friendly”, on view Feb. 26 through May 30, […]

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