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Sidi El Karchi / Bas de Wit Exhibition at Bonnefantenmuseum

. April 12, 2010

Since the ‘youngsters’ Sidi El Karchi and Bas de Wit successfully completed their studies at the art academy a little less than ten years ago, the museum has been following their progress. That was fairly easy to do, as they both studied in Maastricht and still live and work in the vicinity – apart from […]

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Beyond the Blues: Reflections of African America in the Fine Arts Collection of the Amistad Research Center Presented by the New Orleans Museum of Art

. April 12, 2010

The Amistad Research Center, located on the Tulane University campus, is the nation’s largest independent archive specializing in the history of African Americans and other minority ethnic groups. A lesser known aspect of the Center is its extraordinary collection of fine art dating from the nineteenth century to the present day. Beyond the Blues: Reflections […]

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The Brilliant Line: Following the Early Modern Engraver, 1480–1650 at The Block Museum of Art

The Brilliant Line: Following the Early Modern Engraver, 1480–1650 at The Block Museum of Art

. April 12, 2010

The Brilliant Line: Following the Early Modern Engraver, 1480–1650 an Exhibition at The Block Museum of Art. Traces the art form’s development and proliferation in the print workshops of Europe, showcasing the technical virtuosity and inventiveness on display in rarely-seen Renaissance and Baroque prints by masters like Albrecht Dürer and Hendrick Goltzius. The Brilliant Line: […]

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Brooklyn Museum Appoints Richard Aste Curator of European Art

Brooklyn Museum Appoints Richard Aste Curator of European Art

. April 10, 2010

Richard Aste, an art historian with broad experience working with European painting, sculpture, and works on paper, has been appointed Curator of European Art at the Brooklyn Museum. Currently Associate Curator at Museo de Arte de Ponce in Ponce, Puerto Rico, Aste has worked with that museum’s important collection of eighteenth- and nineteenth-century French paintings […]

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Paul Gauguin Breakthrough into Modernity at the Van Gogh Museum of Amsterdam

. April 10, 2010

The Van Gogh Museum of Amsterdam is hosting Paul Gauguin’s Breakthrough into Modernity through June 6th, 2010. Given the importance of Gauguin and his art, this exhibition brings art fans from around the world looking to explore not only his art, but the variety of other art presented at the Van Gogh Museum. This will […]

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