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Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute Opens Pissarro’s People

Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute Opens Pissarro’s People

. June 13, 2011 . 0 Comments

First Major Pissarro Exhibition to Focus on the Personal Ties and Social Ideas of the Famous Impressionist Master The Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute will present a new exploration of Impressionist master Camille Pissarro this summer in Pissarro’s People, the first exhibition to focus on the artist’s personal ties and social ideas. Bringing together […]

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Martin-Gropius-Bau Opens Andre Kertesz Photographs Exhibition

Martin-Gropius-Bau Opens Andre Kertesz Photographs Exhibition

. June 13, 2011 . 0 Comments

The Martin-Gropius-Bau presents an exhibition of photographs by André Kertész. Exhibition oipen 11 June to 11 September 2011. Berlin’s Martin-Gropius-Bau is showing a grand retrospective of over 300 photographs by André Kertész, who was born in Hungary and lived in Budapest, Paris and New York. As the creator of images like “Underwater Swimmer” (1917), “Chez […]

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Laguna Art Museum Opens Noguchi California Legacy

Laguna Art Museum Opens Noguchi California Legacy

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The Laguna Art Museum presents Noguchi: California Legacy. Exhibition open June 12-October 2, 2011. Isamu Noguchi is an internationally celebrated Japanese-American artist and designer. Noguchi: California Legacy is comprised of three parts that examine the impact Noguchi had in California: 1) California Scenario: The Courage of the Imagination based on Noguchi’s South Coast Plaza sculpture […]

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Knoxville Museum of Art Opens Exhibition by Korean Artist Kwang-Young Chun

Knoxville Museum of Art Opens Exhibition by Korean Artist Kwang-Young Chun

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The Knoxville Museum of Art presents Kwang-Young Chun: Aggregations, on view June 10-September 4, 2011. Korean artist Kwang-Young Chun (b. 1944) began work on his series of Aggregations in the 1990s. Today, he is recognized internationally for these sculptural forms. The basis of his work is individual, triangular, Styrofoam shapes. Individually, these shapes are minuscule. […]

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Dallas Museum of Art Presents Afterlife: The Story of Henri Matisse’s Ivy in Flower

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In 1952 Henri Matisse was asked to create a stained-glass window for the mausoleum of art collector Albert Lasker, and he took on the project with enthusiasm. His full-scale maquette was made with shapes cut out of painted paper and arranged with the help of assistants. This technique allowed the elderly Matisse to remain productive […]

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