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Emily Fisher Landau Presents Major Gift to the Whitney Museum

Emily Fisher Landau Presents Major Gift to the Whitney Museum

. May 8, 2010

Gift includes seminal works by Carl Andre, Willem de Kooning, William Eggleston, Peter Hujar, Jasper Johns, Glenn Ligon, Agnes Martin, Robert Rauschenberg, James Rosenquist, Susan Rothenberg, Ed Ruscha, Kiki Smith, and Andy Warhol – Whitney exhibition planned for early 2011 New York – Emily Fisher Landau, the noted philanthropist and art collector, and one of […]

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Maggi Hambling: The Wave Exhibition at The Fitzwilliam Museum

Maggi Hambling: The Wave Exhibition at The Fitzwilliam Museum

. May 7, 2010

The Fitzwilliam Museum presents a major exhibition of new sea paintings by one of Britain’s most distinguished contemporary artists – Maggi Hambling (b. 1945). Open through 8 August 2010. Maggi Hambling: The Wave brings together a powerful group of large-scale paintings depicting the power and energy of the North Sea. A series of evocative and […]

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The Everson Museum of Art Announces Grant from The Dorothy and Marshall M. Reisman Foundation

. May 4, 2010

SYRACUSE, NY – The Everson Museum of Art is pleased to announce it is the recipient of a $300,000 matching grant from The Dorothy and Marshall M. Reisman Foundation. This gift will create a strong foundation for the Everson 2010 general operating budget, and encourage others to contribute to the museum’s financial health. The Dorothy […]

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Big & Bold from the Kresge Art Museum Collection

Big & Bold from the Kresge Art Museum Collection

. May 3, 2010

EAST LANSING, MI – Kresge Art Museum at Michigan State University presents the summer exhibition EyePoppers: Big & Bold from the Kresge Art Museum Collection, featuring 31 large scale paintings and sculpture from the museum collection. The exhibition is on through July 30, 2010. This exhibition celebrates art of the past half-century: Pure abstraction, Op […]

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Denver Art Museum Brings Artists to the Forefront in Dramatic New American Indian galleries

Denver Art Museum Brings Artists to the Forefront in Dramatic New American Indian galleries

. May 2, 2010

Denver, Colo. – Building on the approach the Denver Art Museum (DAM) pioneered in 1925, when it became the first American museum to collect Native American objects as art rather than artifacts, this summer the museum will begin the renovation and complete reinstallation of its American Indian and Northwest Coast art galleries to place an […]

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