Daily Archives: March 28, 2011

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S.M.A.K. Presents Marcel Broodthaers Display

Several years ago S.M.A.K. conceived a plan to provide a permanent place in the museum to display the works of art and documents of Marcel Broodthaers (Brussels, 1924 – Cologne, 1976) from its collection. On […]

Westlicht Museum Presents Sepp Dreissinger Exhibition

Commemorating the 80th birthday of legendary Austrian author Thomas Bernhard, WestLicht presents the exhibition “THOMAS BERNHARD ‘DAS FÜHRT ALLES ZU NIX’ FOTOGRAFIEN VON SEPP DREISSINGER”. The exhibition shows around 120 photographs by Sepp Dreissinger, taken […]

De Hallen Haarlem Opens Matt Stokes The Distant Sound

De Hallen Haarlem presents the first solo exhibition by Matt Stokes in a Dutch museum. This British artist is chiefly known for his video work in which he investigates underground currents in contemporary music. The […]

Craven Museum Presents The Shakespeare First Folio

The Craven Museum & Gallery presents The Shakespeare First Folio. On permanent display from 25 March 2011 In 1623, seven years after William Shakespeare’s death, a compilation of 36 of his plays were published together […]

Walker Art Gallery Opens British Art 1880-1950

The Walker Art Gallery in Liverpool has opened British Art 1880-1950. Room 11 showcases works by Jacob Epstein, Paul Nash, LS Lowry and Lucian Freud alongside the Merseyside artists Albert Richards and George Jardine. Other […]