September, 2010

Tianjin Polar Marine Museum Opens in China

The Tianjin Polar Marine Museum has opened in Northern China, on display are tmore than 2,000 polar marine species from Russia, Canada, Australia and other countries. The polar marine museum is part of a “polar marine world” project of Haichang (Group) Co., Ltd., which is still under construction. Tianjin is a metropolis in Northeastern China […]

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Rose Art Museum to Open Two New Exhibitions

Rose Art Museum to Open Two New Exhibitions

On October 7th at 6:00 PM the Rose Art Museum will open two distinct exhibitions. “WaterWays,” an exhibit exploring art that utilizes water as subject, metaphor and muse, will be mounted in the Rose, Fineberg and Lee Galleries. William Kentridge’s video “Tide Table” will be a centerpiece. “Regarding Painting” will be shown in the Foster […]

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Saint Louis Art Museum Announces New Curator

The Saint Louis Art Museum has announced that Elizabeth Wyckoff will assume the role of curator of prints, drawings and photographs on December 1, 2010. Wyckoff joins the Museum after six years with the Davis Museum and Cultural Center at Wellesley College in Massachusetts. Since July 2006 she held the positions of assistant director for […]

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Cantor Arts Center Appoints New Curator of Drawings, Prints, and Photographs

Cantor Arts Center Appoints New Curator of Drawings, Prints, and Photographs

The Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University announces the appointment of Elizabeth Kathleen Mitchell as the new Burton and Deedee McMurtry Curator of Drawings, Prints, and Photographs. Mitchell begins her duties in November, which include the oversight of nearly 7,000 artworks from the 15th to the 20th century from among the Center’s collection of 30,000-plus […]

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National Portrait Gallery Presents One Life: Katharine Graham

The Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery presents One Life: Katharine Graham open October 1, through May 30, 2011. Newspaper publisher Katharine Graham (1917–2001) led an extraordinary life in extraordinary times. Born into privilege, she was catapulted onto the international stage as publisher of The Washington Post during the Watergate scandal. The exhibition includes several photographs to […]

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Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) Opens New Photography 2010

Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) Opens New Photography 2010

For New Photography 2010, The Museum of Modern Art highlights four artists in its annual showcase of significant recent work in contemporary photography, with the 2010 edition marking the 25th anniversary of the series. The exhibition is on view from September 29, 2010, through January 10, 2011, and features the work of Roe Ethridge, Elad […]

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Tacoma Art Museum Installs New Lighting

A new energy-efficient lighting system from GE Lighting and Janmar Lighting installed throughout the Tacoma Art Museum in Washington State shines a brighter-than-ever spotlight on the varied beauty of the museum’s 3,500-piece art collection, which spans centuries and features movements such as impressionism, pop art, minimalism and post-modern. The new lighting system cuts system energy […]

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The Phillips Collection to Celebrate 90th Anniversary

The Phillips Collection to Celebrate 90th Anniversary

In 2011, The Phillips Collection celebrates its 90th anniversary and launches the countdown to its centennial. A host of exhibitions, programs, and events throughout the year debut stunning new acquisitions in contemporary art, engage artists in conversation with the collection, and tell the story of artistic innovation that has been the heart of the museum […]

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Museum of Science Boston Presents Let’s Talk About Food

The Museum of Science announces Let’s Talk About Food, a celebration and exploration of what we eat and why it matters. Under this new initiative, the Museum will present an ongoing series of public programs that spotlight how food influences our culture and shapes our health and environment. Starting October 2010, the Museum invites visitors […]

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