January, 2011

Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein Presents Bill Bollinger The Retrospective

Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein Presents Bill Bollinger The Retrospective

Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein presents Bill Bollinger The Retrospective on view 4 February – 8 May 2011, Opening:Thursday, 3 February 2011, 6pm. This exhibition of the radical plastic oeuvre of the American artist Bill Bollinger (1939-1988), who almost slipped into obscurity, will be the first of its kind since the 1970s. Bill Bollinger, “Cyclone Fence.” Exhibition view, […]

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Crocker Art Museum Exhibition Surveys the Art of Gottfried Helnwein

Crocker Art Museum Exhibition Surveys the Art of Gottfried Helnwein

The Crocker Art Museum presents a survey of the work of artist Gottfried Helnwein in the new exhibition “Gottfried Helnwein: Inferno of the Innocents,” on view from January 29 through April 24, 2011. Organized by the Crocker, the exhibition features 70 major paintings and photographs from throughout Helnwein’s career. Highlights include his iconic portraits of […]

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Viktor Schreckengost Foundation to Open Museum

The Viktor Schreckengost Foundation plans to open a new museum devoted to the life and work of Cleveland artist and industrial designer Viktor Schreckengost. The foundation expects to open the museum in late spring – early summer. The Viktor Schreckengost Foundation seeks to preserve and promote the legacy of renowned artist and industrial designer Viktor […]

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Norton Museum of Art Hosts 70th Birthday Bash

Norton Museum of Art Hosts 70th Birthday Bash

The Norton Museum of Art is hosting a 70th Birthday Bash on February 8, 2011 from 10:00 am – 5:00 pm. You’re invited to a community celebration commemorating 70 years of the Norton Museum of Art! Join Chief Curator, Roger Ward, to learn about the history of the Norton Museum of Art and the legacy […]

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National Coal Mining Museum for England Displays Georgius Agricola’s volume De Re Metallica

The National Coal Mining Museum for England near Wakefield has recently acquired a first edition of Georgius Agricola’s volume De Re Metallica, the definitive early treatise on mining methods, engineering, chemistry and geology. The volume, published in 1556, contains woodcuts that have been used by virtually every later historian to explain mining life and technology. […]

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Yellowstone Art Museum Hosts 43rd Annual Art Auction On The Wing

Yellowstone Art Museum Hosts 43rd Annual Art Auction On The Wing

The Yellowstone Art Museum announces it’s 43rd Annual Art Auction – On The Wing. “From the early days when it was one of the only museum-based art auctions, the Yellowstone Art Museum continues its tradition of presenting one of the finest. We are often emulated, but never bested. We thank Mary Maxon and Ellen Ornitz […]

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Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) Chicago Opens Jim Nutt Coming Into Character

The Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) in Chicago presents Jim Nutt: Coming Into Character on view January 29 – May 29, 2011. Since 1990, Jim Nutt has focused exclusively on female heads in spare line drawings and rich, detailed paintings. This exhibition is a retrospective of Jim Nutt’s work that emphasizes the development of these […]

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