Fine Art

de Saisset Museum Presents The Veil Visible and Invisible Spaces

The de Saisset Museum presents The Veil: Visible and Invisible Spaces on view January 15 – March 11, 2011. This traveling exhibition features more than thirty works of art that explore the veil in its broadest and most universal contexts. Organized into three thematic sections—The Sacred Veil, The Sensuous Veil, and The Sociopolitical Veil—the show […]

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Frye Art Museum Presents Picturing a Passion

Frye Art Museum Presents Picturing a Passion

Seattle patrons of the arts Charles and Emma Frye were passionate supporters of music as well as the visual arts. Through historical photographs of their art collection as it was presented in their home and offices, Picturing a Passion celebrates the Fryes’ commitment to the arts in a bygone era. Exhibition on view JANUARY 15, […]

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Frye Art Museum Presents Degenerate Art Ensemble

This first art exhibition and museum project showcasing Degenerate Art Ensemble (DAE), a groundbreaking performance company, was conceived and executed over a two-year process of dialogue and close collaboration between Frye Art Museum curator Robin Held and the artists, especially co-artistic directors Haruko Nishimura and Joshua Kohl. On view MARCH 19, 2011 – JUNE 19, […]

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Masterworks Architecture at the Royal Academy

Masterworks Architecture at the Royal Academy

The architectural collection of masterwork drawings and models in the Royal Academy is founded upon presentations made by the architect Royal Academicians on their election. Spectacular examples of Georgian and Victorian perspectives of famous projects by celebrated architects such as John Soane, Charles Barry and George Gilbert Scott are be exhibited alongside works by many […]

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