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Changing the Focus: Latin American Photography (1990-2005) at The Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA)

. February 16, 2010

Curated and organized by MOLAA, Changing the Focus: Latin American Photography (1990-2005) is the first survey exhibition to be presented in the Los Angeles area of Latin American photography and photo-based art generated between 1990 and 2005. Organized around four themes of investigation—Subliminal Structures, Embodied Identities, Staged Irony and The Individual & Social Violence—the exhibition […]

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LACMA Hosts First Exhibition Devoted to Renoir’s Late Work

LACMA Hosts First Exhibition Devoted to Renoir’s Late Work

. February 15, 2010

Los Angeles – The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) presents Renoir in the 20th Century, an exhibition focusing on the last three decades of Pierre-Auguste Renoir’s career, until his death in 1919. The exhibition presents approximately 80 paintings, sculptures, and drawings by Renoir, interspersed with select works by Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, Aristide […]

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Hair Tactics at Jersey City Museum

. February 15, 2010

Hair Tactics explores hair as subject matter and medium. Increasingly, artists have begun to use both real and synthetic human hair to create works of art. Open through August 22, 2010. Some exhibits use synthetic hair because it is widely and inexpensively available in urban neighborhoods, others because it is laden with social and political […]

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Abstract Visions: 20th Century American Art at The Cheekwood Botanical Garden & Museum of Art

. February 15, 2010

The Cheekwood Botanical Garden & Museum of Art presents “Abstract Visions: 20th Century American Art”. Selected from Cheekwood’s permanent art collection, these paintings and works on paper form a survey of abstract art from the second half of the 20th Century. On view through May 3. www.cheekwood.org

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Tampa Museum of Art Forthcoming Exhibitions

. February 15, 2010

The Tampa Museum of Art has announced it’s schedule of exhibitions in conjunction with the public opening of the new building. Designed by noted architect Stanley Saitowitz of San Francisco-based Natoma Architects, Inc., the 66,000-square-foot glimmering metal mesh-clad structure is dynamically situated atop the new Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park. The new museum building is named […]

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