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Canadian Air & Space Museum Fundraising to Acquire Rare Sikorsky S-58T Helicopter

. February 21, 2010

The Canadian Air & Space Museum of Toronto, Ontario Canada has launched a fundraising campaign to acquire a rare Sikorsky S-58T helicopter that had a remarkable 48-year flying career in Canada and the United States. The Museum’s immediate goal is to raise $35,000 U.S. to complete the purchase of the S-58T helicopter and all associated […]

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Van Gogh Museum Present Masterpieces from the Museum Mesdag

. February 21, 2010

Masters from the Museum Mesdag, open through 4 July, focus’s on the collection of works on paper, will be on show on the second floor of the Rietveld building. The Mesdag Museum, gifted to the Dutch State in 1903 and now part of the Van Gogh Museum, is currently undergoing renovation. The run-up to the […]

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Joaquín Torres-García: Constructing Abstraction with Wood at The San Diego Museum of Art

Joaquín Torres-García: Constructing Abstraction with Wood at The San Diego Museum of Art

. February 21, 2010

First major U.S. exhibition in nearly 40 years to focus exclusively on artist San Diego, Calif. -The groundbreaking exhibition Joaquín Torres García: Constructing Abstraction with Wood on view at The San Diego Museum of Art through May 20, 2010 explores the work of one of the most influential artists to have emerged from Latin America. […]

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HISTORIC QUILTS OF GEE’S BEND AT THE NEVADA MUSEUM OF ART

HISTORIC QUILTS OF GEE’S BEND AT THE NEVADA MUSEUM OF ART

. February 21, 2010

Distinctive and original works of art complete with compelling histories, A Survey of Gee’s Bend Quilts will be on display at the Nevada Museum of Art, located in downtown Reno, through April 11, 2010. Showcasing the creativity of a group of exceptional African-American women from a small, rural community in Alabama, A Survey of Gee’s […]

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The Lens of Impressionism: Photography and Painting Along the Normandy Coast, 1850-1874 at Dallas Museum of Art

The Lens of Impressionism: Photography and Painting Along the Normandy Coast, 1850-1874 at Dallas Museum of Art

. February 21, 2010

The Dallas Museum of Art presents a landmark exhibition exploring the influential and profound relationship between photographers and painters who lived and worked along the Normandy coast in France during the mid-19th century. The Lens of Impressionism: Photography and Painting Along the Normandy Coast, 1850-1874 reveals how the convergence of social, technological and commercial forces […]

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