March, 2011

Walker Art Center acquires Merce Cunningham Dance Company Collection

Walker Art Center acquires Merce Cunningham Dance Company Collection

The Walker Art Center and Cunningham Dance Foundation (CDF) announce the Walker’s acquisition of a comprehensive collection of artist-made set pieces, costumes, painted drops, and props, created for the internationally renowned Merce Cunningham Dance Company (MCDC). Over the course of his nearly 70-year career, Merce Cunningham (1919–2009) redefined the visual and performing arts through pioneering […]

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CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts Presents The Magnificent Seven Kris Martin Hammarby

Kris Martin is the spring Capp Street Project artist in residence, and one of the seven artists participating in the Wattis Institute’s three-year program The Magnificent Seven. Martin’s conceptual practice centers on the fragility of the human condition. His frequent use of the readymade—from boulders to texts by Dostoyevsky to common nails—alludes to the poignancy […]

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MUSAC Museo De Arte Contemporaneo De Castilla Announces Two Shows

MUSAC Museo De Arte Contemporaneo De Castilla Announces Two Shows

MUSAC, the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Castilla y León (León, Spain) presents this upcoming 9 April two new shows at the spaces Laboratorio 987 and the Showcase Project. The Laboratorio 987 will host until 12 June a specific project by artists Iratxe Jaio and Klaas van Gorkum around the changing values of labour and […]

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International Paperweight Society Foundation  Museum Show

International Paperweight Society Foundation Museum Show

The Highland Park Historical Society is pleased to announce a special exhibit of over 100 European and American paperweights from 1840 through the present day.  Antique French paperweights and modern works by Ayotte, Hunter, McDougall, Rosenfeld, Richardson, Stankard, Shea and many others will be on display. The exhibit runs from March 30 through May 27. […]

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Lost City Museum Announces Nevada Paleontology Awareness Month Exhibit

The Lost City Museum will present a temporary exhibit of the museum’s paleontological specimens throughout the month of April. Visitors will be able to learn about the rich paleontological history of Nevada, which stretches all the way back to the time of the dinosaurs. As part of Paleontology Awareness Month, the Lost City Museum will […]

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

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 view 26.03… 05.06.2011. Since 1973, when the Friends of S.M.A.K. were able to buy Miroir d’Époque Regency (1973), S.M.A.K. has […]

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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 between 1977 and 1988 and 12 black and white portraits by Johann Barth. Sepp Dreissinger, founding member of the Galerie […]

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Museum Kunst Palast Opens New Colours A selection from the Kemp collection

Museum Kunst Palast Opens New Colours A selection from the Kemp collection

The Museum Kunst Palast presents NEW COLOURS: A selection from the Kemp collection. The Kemp collection is one of the largest collections in Germany with a focus on the styles of Art Informel and colour field painting. The presentation of a selection of the most important works from this style coincides with the bestowal of […]

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Delta Blues Museum Breaks Ground on Muddy Waters Addition

New wing to open in 2012 in downtown Clarksdale, Mississippi The Delta Blues Museum Board of Trustees, in coordination with the City of Clarksdale, the Stovall Family and D. Carroll Construction, today broke ground on the Museum’s new wing, to be dedicated as the Muddy Waters Addition. Construction on the new wing will be complete […]

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