March, 2010

Technicolor Donates Archive to George Eastman House International Museum of Photography and Film

Technicolor Donates Archive to George Eastman House International Museum of Photography and Film

ROCHESTER, N.Y. and HOLLYWOOD, Calif. – George Eastman House International Museum of Photography and Film has announced a major gift to the museum — the historic archive of Technicolor dating from 1915 to 1974. The donation includes rare cameras, documents and drawings, photographs, printers and processing machines, corporate records, and other important materials that represent […]

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Kimbell Art Museum Mourns the Death of Former Director Dr. Edmund P. Pillsbury

The Board of Directors and staff of the Kimbell Art Museum are mourning the tragic loss of former museum director and dear friend, Dr. Edmund (Ted) P. Pillsbury. Kay Fortson, Board president, Kimbell Art Foundation commented, “Ted was a brilliant director and a good friend. He will be greatly missed. “ “I was deeply saddened […]

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MoMA 2010 Party in the Garden Honors Ronald and Jo Carole Lauder

New York – The Museum of Modern Art’s Party in the Garden, a benefit event to be held on May 25, will honor Ronald and Jo Carole Lauder, in recognition of their philanthropic endeavors and contributions to the cultural community. Co-chairs for this year’s event include Debra and Leon Black, Paula and James Crown, Agnes […]

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Xu Bing Sculpture The Phonenixes at the Today Art Museum

Xu Bing’s towering sculptural masterpiece ‘The Phoenixes” will be unveiled at a ceremony at the Today Art Museum in Beijing on Saturday March 27 at 4pm. The truly impressive 2 Phoenixes are colossal in size, measuring 15 meters in height, 28 meters in length, 8 meters in width, and weighing in at 12 tons. On […]

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First Major Exhibition of Salvador Dali’s Late Work to be Presented Exclusively at High Museum of Art

First Major Exhibition of Salvador Dali’s Late Work to be Presented Exclusively at High Museum of Art

ATLANTA – The first major exhibition to reevaluate the last half of Salvador Dalí’s career will be presented exclusively at the High Museum of Art this August. Beginning in the late 1930s, Dalí went through a radical change in which he embraced Catholicism, developed the concept of nuclear mysticism and, in effect, reinvented himself as […]

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Guggenheim Presents Haunted: Exhibition Explores Themes of Memory, Trauma and Return to the Past

Guggenheim Presents Haunted: Exhibition Explores Themes of Memory, Trauma and Return to the Past

NEW YORK, NY – Much of contemporary photography and video seems haunted by the past, by the history of art, by apparitions that are reanimated in reproductive mediums, live performance, and the virtual world. By using dated, passé, or quasi-extinct stylistic devices, subject matter, and technologies, such art embodies a longing for an otherwise unrecuperable […]

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Museum of Outdoor Arts Takes First Place at the Art Directors Club of Denver

There was no shortage of creativity at the Art Directors Club of Denver’s 6th Annual Paper Fashion Show at Mile High Station. With more than 40 designs showcased, the competition was fierce. However, only one team could take the cake on the runway. The Museum of Outdoor Arts led by creative director Lonnie Hanzon took […]

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