September, 2010

DeCordova to Present The Paul J. Cronin Memorial Lecture: Antony Gormley

DeCordova to Present The Paul J. Cronin Memorial Lecture: Antony Gormley

Antony Gormley is among the most celebrated sculptors working today. Over the last twenty-five years Gormley has revitalized the human image in sculpture through a radical investigation of the body as a place of memory and transformation, using his own body as subject, tool and material. Since 1990 he has expanded his concern with the […]

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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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