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Albert Müller Drawings, Paintings, Sculptures and Prints at Kunstmuseum Basel

Albert Müller Drawings, Paintings, Sculptures and Prints at Kunstmuseum Basel

. February 8, 2010

The Basel painter, draftsman, printmaker and sculptor Albert Müller (1897–1926) is considered one of the main exponents of Swiss Expressionism. Müller received his initial artistic training in his native city, at a glass-painting studio and at the Allgemeine Gewerbeschule, the local vocational arts school. Galvanised by the example of Cuno Amiet, he was soon using […]

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Louisiana Museum Presents Merzbacher Collection Exhibition

Louisiana Museum Presents Merzbacher Collection Exhibition

. February 8, 2010

The big spring exhibition at Louisiana centres on colour: colour in art, in the world and in the eye. In words, pictures and through interactive programmes the exhibition will present the ways in which artists throughout the twentieth century either made use of colour as a medium of expression or researched it to find new […]

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Science Museum to host Muslim Heritage exhibition

. February 8, 2010

The Science Museum announced that it will host a new exhibition, 1001 Inventions: Discover the Muslim Heritage in Our World, which traces the forgotten story of a thousand years of science from the Muslim world, from the 7th century onwards. The free exhibition, which runs from the 21 January to 25 April 2010, will look […]

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High Museum of Art Welcomes More Than 100,000 Participants to Art Access Program

. February 8, 2010

ATLANTA, –The High Museum of Art reached a major milestone for its Art Access program recently, welcoming more than 100,000 participants since its inception in 2004. Art Access provides metro Atlanta students a high-quality, dynamic visual arts experience by offering free Museum visits to a limited number of students in all grade levels. This all-inclusive […]

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Women Collared for Work at The Delaware Art Museum

. February 8, 2010

The Delaware Art Museum presents Women Collared for Work, on view February 6, 2010 – March 21, 2010. The artists explore both the well-known contributions and anonymous stories of women spanning more than 100 years of history—1889 to 1999. The theme of being “collared” was chosen as a metaphor for women’s issues because of the […]

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