RSSFine Art

New Japanese Art Museum Opens in Vancouver

. April 8, 2010

A new art museum has opened near the Vancouver International Airport in Canada. The Rufus Lin Gallery of Japanese Art has a narrow focus, exhibiting predominantly the work of Japanese artists who have never exhibited outside Japan. All paintings are on loan from the artists, who live and work in Japan. At present the gallery, […]

Continue Reading

Singapore Art Museum Opens First of Four Solo Exhibitions for 2010

. April 8, 2010

Leading Indonesian contemporary artist, FX Harsono, to pave the way The Singapore Art Museum (SAM), as part of its initative to support the development of living artists in Singapore and the region, will officially open its first of four solo exhibitions for the year – FX Harsono: Testimonies tomorrow. Considered one of Indonesia’s foremost contemporary […]

Continue Reading

North Carolina Museum of Art (NCMA) to Reopen in April

. April 7, 2010

The North Carolina Museum of Art – one of the most important and distinguished museums in the South—has completed a major, three-year expansion and reopens to the public on April 24, 2010. The expansion dramatically transforms the visitor experience of the Museum, which, sited in a 164-acre park in Raleigh, offers a unique blend of […]

Continue Reading

Collected. Reflections on the Permanent Collection at The Studio Museum in Harlem

. April 6, 2010

Collected. Reflections on the Permanent Collection offers a series of meditations on artworks entrusted to The Studio Museum in Harlem. Envisioned as eight exhibitions within an exhibition and featuring approximately 100 works that span the mid-century to today, Reflections investigates shared thematic concerns between the works on view. These include media and materials; traditional art […]

Continue Reading

Photographs by Group f/64 on View this Fall at the Portland Museum of Art

Photographs by Group f/64 on View this Fall at the Portland Museum of Art

. April 5, 2010

Portland, Maine – In the 1930s, a small group of California photographers challenged the painterly, soft-focus Pictorialist style of the day. They argued that photography could only advance as an art if its practitioners exploited characteristics inherent to the camera’s mechanical nature. This small association of innovators created Group f/64, named after the camera aperture […]

Continue Reading