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Exhibition With Glass, Under Glass, Without Glass at the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal

. February 7, 2010

Montréal, The Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal, a proud partner in the event “Montréal City of Glass,” will offer an innovative look at its Permanent Collection in a dazzling new exhibition. With Glass, Under Glass, Without Glass will be presented at the Musée fromApril 24 to October 3, 2010. The exhibition With Glass, Under Glass, […]

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Inside Out: Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen on Show at the Kunsthal

. February 7, 2010

The wealth of the art collection of Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen takes up central position at the exhibition entitled Inside Out. Due to maintenance of its depots, over 12,000 art objects cross over, right through the Museum Park, to the daylight hall of the Kunsthal. Inside Out can safely be considered the biggest logistic operation […]

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Pacific Asia Museum Awarded Accreditation from the American Association of Museums

. February 7, 2010

PASADENA – The American Association of Museums (AAM) has announced that Pacific Asia Museum was awarded accreditation for the first time in its history at the most recent meeting of the Accreditation Commission. Accredited status from AAM is the highest national recognition achievable by an American museum. Of the nation’s estimated 17,500 museums, 778 (

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Aspen Mays at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA), Chicago

. February 7, 2010

Artist Aspen Mays unites art and science in a playful way to question how one gains knowledge. Mays asks how a system that catalogues, classifies, and documents individual parts can influence the understanding of the whole. Her latest photographic installation, Every leaf on a tree, opens February 5 during First Fridays as part of the […]

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The Norton Museum of Art to Present Reclaimed: Paintings from the Collection of Jacques Goudstikker

. February 7, 2010

West Palm Beach, FL –Reclaimed: Paintings from the Collection of Jacques Goudstikker reveals the extraordinary legacy of Jacques Goudstikker (1897–1940), a preeminent Dutch Jewish art dealer in Amsterdam whose vast collection of masterpieces fell victim to the Nazi practice of looting cultural property. In 2006, after years working with a team of art historians and […]

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