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National Gallery of Denmark Presents FOS One Language Traveller

. June 19, 2011 . 0 Comments

One Language Traveller by the Danish artist FOS occupies the entire Sculpture Street, the large space between the old and new buildings. Exhibition on view 18. June 2011 – 20. June 2012. In the installation, you embark on a twisted and strange journey through a tent and grid-like structures over uneven floors and past sophiticated […]

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Liechtenstein Museum Presents Norbert Bittner’s Egypt From The Biedermeier Era

Liechtenstein Museum Presents Norbert Bittner’s Egypt From The Biedermeier Era

. June 18, 2011 . 0 Comments

The Liechtenstein Museum presents Norbert Bittner’s Egypt Imaginary Visions of the Land on the Nile from the Biedermeier Era On view through 20 September 2011. In the early part of the nineteenth century, Norbert Bittner (1786–1851) executed 57 views of a journey to Egypt – without ever having set foot in the country himself. Using […]

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Carnegie Museum of Art Contributes to 2011 Pittsburgh Biennial

. June 18, 2011 . 0 Comments

The local meets the global at Carnegie Museum of Art with the Pittsburgh Biennial open June 17–September 18, 2011. For the first time, the Biennial extends beyond Pittsburgh Filmmakers and Pittsburgh Center for the Arts into three additional co-presenting venues—Carnegie Museum of Art, The Andy Warhol Museum, and The Miller Gallery at Carnegie Mellon University—each […]

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National Gallery of Victoria Opens Vienna Art & Design

National Gallery of Victoria Opens Vienna Art & Design

. June 18, 2011 . 0 Comments

The National Gallery of Victoria presents Vienna: Art & Design a dazzling display of over 300 extraordinary works by the greatest Viennese artists of the early 20th century. Open 18 June–09 October 2011. Vienna: Art & Design features truly spectacular works by the world-renowned Gustav Klimt (1862–1918) including his magnificent portrait Emilie Flöge 1902, alongside […]

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Museum for Photography in Berlin Opens Abisag Tullmann 1935-1996 Photojournalism and Stage Photography

Museum for Photography in Berlin Opens Abisag Tullmann 1935-1996 Photojournalism and Stage Photography

. June 18, 2011 . 0 Comments

Museum für Fotografie in Berlin presents Abisag Tüllmann 1935-1996. Photojournalism and Stage Photography on view Fri 17 June – Sun 18 September 2011. Coinciding with the artist’s 75th birthday, the posthumous exhibition ‘Abisag Tüllmann 1935-1996. Photojournalism and Stage Photography’ presents for the first time the unique and diverse body of work of one of Germany’s […]

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