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Shaped by War: Photographs by Don McCullin at The Imperial War Museum

Shaped by War: Photographs by Don McCullin at The Imperial War Museum

. February 9, 2010

Imperial War Museum North in Manchester presents the largest ever UK exhibition about the life and work of Don McCullin, one of the world’s most acclaimed photographers, to mark his 75th year. Many items are on public display for the very first time. For more than 50 years, McCullin’s images have shaped our awareness of […]

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Rare Collection of Woven Sculptures and Baskets Donated to Museum of Arts and Design

. February 9, 2010

Traditional and Avant-Garde Baskets from Around the World On View This March in Intertwined: Contemporary Baskets from the Sara and David Lieberman Collection New York, NY – A rare collection of contemporary baskets including functional vessels as well as expressive works that challenge traditional definitions of basketry, has been promised to the Museum of Arts […]

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A Special Collection from Leiden University at the Hague Museum of Photography

. February 9, 2010

The largest ever exhibition of pieces from the unique photography collection of Leiden University The oldest known image of the camera obscura principle (1545), the original camera belonging to painter George Hendrik Breitner, daguerreotypes over 150 years old: Leiden University’s photographic collection is unique in many ways. It is both the oldest and the largest […]

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Book to Feature Rare Toy from DFW Elite Toy Museum

. February 9, 2010

The DFW Elite Toy Museum (http://www.DFWeliteToyMuseum.com) in Fort Worth contains thousands of rare automotive toys from around the world. Now one item in their collection is to be featured in a book about German toys. German toy expert Juergen Cieslik plans to include a photo and description of the German-made tin motorcycle windup in his […]

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Kandinsky and Der Blaue Reiter at Gemeentemuseum Den Haag

Kandinsky and Der Blaue Reiter at Gemeentemuseum Den Haag

. February 8, 2010

In the early 20th century, a group of artists caused a huge furore in the Munich art world. Calling themselves Der Blaue Reiter, the artists produced expressive, brightly coloured, lyrical paintings which were to prompt the development of Expressionism in Germany. The core members of the group were Russian artist Wassily Kandinsky and kindred spirit […]

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