Daily Archives: September 6, 2010

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Smithsonian Magazine Auctions Painting by Haitian Artist

Smithsonian magazine commissioned “And Haiti Will Bloom Again” by Haitian artist, Frantz Zephirin, for its September cover. The work by Zephirin is a response to Haiti’s earthquake, with symbols of the nation’s suffering and struggle […]

Art Institute of Chicago Presents Jitish Kallat: Public Notice 3

In the first major presentation in an American museum of Jitish Kallat’s work, open September 11, 2010–January 2, 2011, the contemporary Indian artist has designed a site-specific installation that connects two key historical moments—the First […]

Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA) is Taking to The Streets

Detroit – As part of its 125th anniversary celebration, the Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA), in partnership with SM/ART Editions, presents Inside|Out, which takes 40 framed, life-size digital reproductions of art from its collection to […]

November Activities at the Detroit Institute of Arts

Detroit – Puppet shows, family performances and classes are just some of the activities offered in November. In Your Dreams: 500 years of Scary Prints is on view thru January 2, 2011. And don’t miss […]

Tel Aviv Museum Presents Homage to Avigdor Arikha

This two-part exhibition is presented as homage to Avigdor Arikha, who died this year at the age of 81. The first part, planned with the artist before his death, includes illustrations to S.Y. Agnon’s “A […]