July, 2010

Parrish Art Museum Launches Series of Collection Based Publications

Parrish Art Museum Launches Series of Collection Based Publications

Parrish Art Museum announces the publication, in association with D Giles Limited, London, of three important books focused on the Museum’s permanent collection. Fairfield Porter: Raw—The Creative Process of an American Master Written by Klaus Ottmann. 96 pages: 45 color, 25 black-and-white illustrations. Softcover. American Landscapes: Treasures from the Parrish Art Museum Written by Alicia […]

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National Railway Museum Shildon Classic Motor Show

The National Railway Museum at Shildon will welcome classic vehicles of all descriptions to the Shildon Classic Motor Show on Sunday July 25, 2010. Motors large and small will be on display – from a 1952 Scammell Showmans Tractor, to a 1975 Reliant Super Robin 850. All pre-booked vehicles will be included in an event […]

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California Design Biennial: Action/Reaction at the Pasadena Museum of California Art (PMCA)

California Design Biennial: Action/Reaction at the Pasadena Museum of California Art (PMCA)

Pasadena, CA – The Pasadena Museum of California Art (PMCA) presents the fourth California Design Biennial, Action/Reaction, an exhibition that highlights the most significant and innovative designs being created in California. Open through October 31, 2010. Great works of art are often inspired by challenges and adversity; this exhibition will focus on how California’s established […]

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Tel Aviv Museum of Art Presents David LaChapelle Post Modern Pop Photography

The Tel Aviv Museum of Art presents a selection from the works of provocative photographer David LaChapelle (b. Connecticut, 1963), exhibited in Israel for the first time, giving a comprehensive view of his unique and daring style of the past twenty years. Exhibition open Friday 23 July 2010 Saturday 23 October 2010. Alongside familiar subversive […]

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DeCordova announces new installation in the Sculpture Park: Roy Lichtenstein’s Five Brushstrokes

DeCordova announces new installation in the Sculpture Park: Roy Lichtenstein’s Five Brushstrokes

Lincoln, MA, – DeCordova Sculpture Park and Museum is pleased to announce the arrival of Roy Lichtensteins Five Brushstrokes, a monumental addition to the Sculpture Park on Thursday, July 22.. The 2010 fabrication of Lichtensteins iconic Five Brushstrokes showcases his bold, colorful graphics and humorous portrayal of the brushstroke, an integral yet uncommon subject in […]

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Exhibition of Norman Rockwell Study Photographs and Paintings at Brooklyn Museum

To create many of his iconic, quintessentially American paintings, most of which served as magazine covers, Norman Rockwell worked from carefully staged study photographs that are on view for the first time, alongside his paintings, drawings, and related tear sheets, in Norman Rockwell: Behind the Camera. The exhibition, which will be on view at the […]

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Miami Art Museum Presents New Work Miami 2010

Miami Art Museum Presents New Work Miami 2010

New Work Miami 2010, conceived as an exuberant salute to Miami’s artistic community, will provide a partial snapshot of the Miami art scene at this moment. Open through October 17, 2010. Approximately 35 artists based in the Miami area will present new and recent artworks executed in a variety of media including painting, sculpture, drawing, […]

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Ava Gardner Museum Announces Sixth Annual Ava Gardner Festival

Each year the Ava Gardner Museum celebrates Ava’s life and career by hosting the Ava Gardner Festival. This annual event includes heritage tours, screenings of classic Ava Gardner films, and special exhibits. This year’s festival will kickoff during the Ava Gardner Festival Gala on Friday evening, October 8th and will continue Saturday, October 9th from […]

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Royal College of Art Presents Roman Cieslewicz Exhibition

Royal College of Art Presents Roman Cieslewicz Exhibition

A major retrospective exhibition of over 150 key works from Roman Cieślewicz’s diverse career will be on display at the Royal College of Art through 7 August 2010. Curated by the RCA’s David Crowley, Andrzej Klimowski, Jeff Willis along with Anna Grabowska-Konwent from the National Museum in Poznan, the Roman Cieślewicz exhibition is organised by […]

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Royal College of Art Helen Hamlyn Centre will work with the Child Growth Foundation as they ask kids to Design for Health

The Royal College of Art’s Helen Hamlyn Centre will be involved in judging the Design for Health Award – launched in partnership with TV’s Dr Christian Jessen and the Child Growth Foundation – to encourage UK children to become the design stars of tomorrow The Award, sponsored by Merck Serono, is an opportunity for budding […]

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Underground Pop Exhibition at the Parrish Art Museum

Underground Pop Exhibition at the Parrish Art Museum

This exhibition presents thirty-five works by ten artists who share a quirky and idiosyncratic take on the Pop tradition of appropriating popular culture in the service of art. At the same time they draw on the handcrafted, low-tech aesthetic of Folk Art. As a group they offer an alternative to the sleek packaging of global […]

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Seabiscuit Life Size Bronze at the Remington Carriage Museum

Life size bronze of famous racehorse and Alberta jockey George Woolf unveiled Cardston… “So Long, Charley!” is the name of the statue depicting Cardston hero George Woolf riding Seabiscuit to victory in the riveting 1938 race against War Admiral. The statue will be unveiled Saturday, July 17, at the Remington Carriage Museum in honour of […]

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