Latest Museum News

Columbia Museum of Art sets attendance record on final day of Ansel Adams exhibition

Columbia Museum of Art sets attendance record on final day of Ansel Adams exhibition

. January 24, 2010 . 0 Comments

Columbia, SC – The Columbia Museum of Art set a daily attendance record of 2,006 visitors from noon until 5:00 p.m. last Sunday, January 17, which was a free admission day courtesy BlueCross BlueShield of SC. Sunday was the last day for the popular exhibition, Ansel Adams: Masterworks, which opened October 23, 2009 and featured […]

Continue Reading

In the Shadow of Everest Photographs by Tom Wool at The Rubin Museum of Art

In the Shadow of Everest Photographs by Tom Wool at The Rubin Museum of Art

. January 24, 2010 . 0 Comments

In the Shadow of Everest presents photographer Tom Wool’s images of life in the villages of Tibet’s Rongbuk Valley. Taken over the course of four weeks in May 2001, Wool’s photographs capture the Valley’s rugged terrain which stretches roughly fifty miles from the base of Mount Everest on the north side. Home to some 3,000 […]

Continue Reading

Everson Presents “Jen Pepper: that which cannot be held”

. January 24, 2010 . 0 Comments

The Everson Museum of Art is pleased to present the first installment of the The Edge of Art: New York State Artist Series, featuring Jen Pepper: that which cannot be held January 30 – April 4, 2010. The series takes the place of the long running Biennial exhibition, which will return in 2012. “We are […]

Continue Reading

Works on Paper by Koen van den Broek at The Royal Museum of Fine Arts in Antwerp

. January 24, 2010 . 0 Comments

From 30 January to 16 May 2010, SMAK, the Municipal Museum of Contemporary Art in Ghent, will be holding a retrospective exhibition of paintings by Koen van den Broek (°1973, Bree). Almost concurrently, the Royal Museum of Fine Arts in Antwerp will, for the very first time, be showcasing his work on paper. The pieces […]

Continue Reading

Rome After Raphael at The Morgan Library & Museum

Rome After Raphael at The Morgan Library & Museum

. January 23, 2010 . 0 Comments

In the early 1500s, Rome’s majesty was a distant memory: its marble temples and palaces had been ransacked; its population was a fraction of what it had been in antiquity. Yet, over the course of the next hundred years, the Eternal City would experience an amazing rebirth, as a series of popes rebuilt and revitalized […]

Continue Reading