August, 2010

Ferraris on the Piazza at the Kemp Auto Museum

The Kemp Auto Museum will host Ferraris on the Piazza! An all Ferrari Auto show which will take place on the Kemp Auto Museum’s outdoor Sach’s Plaza, on September 12, 2010. The car show will feature classic and contemporary Ferraris, as well as other Italian automobiles. The event begins and 11:00 am and concludes at […]

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CSS Alabama Cannon at Museum of Mobile

One of the guns of the Confederate raider, CSS ALABAMA has been delivered to The Museum of Mobile. The cannon will be a welcome addition to recovered artifacts the Museum of Mobile already has on loan from the US Navy. It will become the centerpiece in the 700 square foot exhibit gallery funded by the […]

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New 3D Model of 9/11 Memorial and Museum

New 3D Model of 9/11 Memorial and Museum

Online internet users can now use Google Earth to explore the 9/11 Memorial and Museum within the context of the surrounding landscape of lower Manhattan. National September 11 Memorial at Night Google Earth, a satellite imagery-based mapping program, creates a virtual look at the World Trade Center site by introducing a new, dimensionally accurate 3D […]

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Advancing Tradition: Twenty Years of Printmaking at the Austin Museum of Art

Celebrating the 20th anniversary of Austin printmakers Flatbed Press an exhibition of prints and work in other media by the artists that have collaborated with them. Exhibition open November 27, 2010 – February 13, 2011. Advancing Tradition: Twenty Years at Flatbed Press surveys these developments through examples from this Austin, Texas, printmaking workshop. Serving as […]

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Fiery Pool: The Maya and the Mythic Sea Exhibition Opens at the Kimbell Art Museum

Fiery Pool: The Maya and the Mythic Sea Exhibition Opens at the Kimbell Art Museum

The Kimbell Art Museum’s exhibition, Fiery Pool: The Maya and the Mythic Sea, explores the profound influence of water on ancient Maya civilization and offers an entirely fresh way of viewing their art. The exhibition opens to the public on Sunday, August 29, at noon. Over 90 works, many recently excavated offer exciting new insights […]

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GIACOMO FAVRETTO 1849 – 1887 at the Correr Museum

GIACOMO FAVRETTO 1849 – 1887 at the Correr Museum

Venice fascination and seduction at Venice Correr Museum, open through 21 November 2010 Owing to the quality of his painting, his highly original development, the similarity with the works of other artists close to him or with contemporaries, the Venetian Giacomo Favretto (1849-1887) is one of the most important masters of the Italian Nineteenth century. […]

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Monumentalism History and National Identity in Contemporary Art at the Stedelijk Museum

Monumentalism History and National Identity in Contemporary Art at the Stedelijk Museum

Another highlight of The Temporary Stedelijk is the exhibition Monumentalism— History and National Identity in Contemporary Art: Proposal for Municipal Art Acquisitions 2010, which will occupy one half of the ground floor galleries. Presented at the Stedelijk Museum 28 August 2010 – 9 January 2011. The 2010 presentation of this highly anticipated annual exhibition of […]

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Stedelijk Museum Opens Exhibition During Renovation and Expansion

Stedelijk Museum Opens Exhibition During Renovation and Expansion

Taking Place, open through 9 Jan 2011, reintroduces the Stedelijk Museum by addressing its history, the spatial and temporal conditions of the unfinished building and the ways in which artists use, occupy and animate museum spaces. The historical, functional and architectural conditions of the museum are both subject and material for this special presentation of […]

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Anne Morgan’s War: Rebuilding Devastated France, 1917–1924 at the Morgan Library & Museum

Anne Morgan’s War: Rebuilding Devastated France, 1917–1924 at the Morgan Library & Museum

New York, NY – This remarkable exhibition brings to life the extraordinary work undertaken by a small team of American women volunteers who left comfortable lives in the United States to devote themselves to relief work in France during and after World War I. Their dynamic leader was Anne Morgan (1873–1952), a daughter of the […]

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