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Andy Warhol Photo Exhibition at The Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art Explores His Public and Private Lives

. March 29, 2010

The Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at the State University of New York at New Paltz will hold an opening reception for “Andy Warhol: Private and Public in 151 Photographs” at 5 p.m. on Friday, April 9, in the Sara Bedrick Gallery of The Dorsky Museum. The exhibition runs from April 10 – July 25 […]

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Animation and Photography Workshops at Norman Rockwell Museum

. March 27, 2010

Norman Rockwell Museum presents a lively series of April programs and events, including animation and photography workshops, a special lecture with photographer Jonathan Doster, and school vacation week art workshops for kids and families. Exhibitions “Norman Rockwell: A Life in Art” Through June 20 Connect with Norman Rockwell through this in-depth exhibition featuring original artworks […]

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Xu Bing Sculpture The Phonenixes at the Today Art Museum

. March 26, 2010

Xu Bing’s towering sculptural masterpiece ‘The Phoenixes” will be unveiled at a ceremony at the Today Art Museum in Beijing on Saturday March 27 at 4pm. The truly impressive 2 Phoenixes are colossal in size, measuring 15 meters in height, 28 meters in length, 8 meters in width, and weighing in at 12 tons. On […]

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First Major Exhibition of Salvador Dali’s Late Work to be Presented Exclusively at High Museum of Art

First Major Exhibition of Salvador Dali’s Late Work to be Presented Exclusively at High Museum of Art

. March 26, 2010

ATLANTA – The first major exhibition to reevaluate the last half of Salvador Dalí’s career will be presented exclusively at the High Museum of Art this August. Beginning in the late 1930s, Dalí went through a radical change in which he embraced Catholicism, developed the concept of nuclear mysticism and, in effect, reinvented himself as […]

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Yang Yongliang Photographs at the Nevada Museum of Art

. March 25, 2010

Upon first glance, Yang Yongliang’s photographs appear as dreamlike Chinese paintings, not unlike those he studied extensively as a student of traditional art at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. However, upon closer inspection, one finds that his works are cleverly crafted from digital photographs of China’s bustling cities, and then manipulated into haunting imaginary […]

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