April, 2011

Museum of Modern Art Announces iPad App for MoMA Books

Museum of Modern Art Announces iPad App for MoMA Books

The MoMA Books App Provides Easy Access for Purchasing, Downloading, and Reading MoMA Publications, Including Exhibition Catalogues, Artist Monographs, and Anthologies The Museum of Modern Art announces the release of MoMA Books, a free Application for the Apple iPad that allows users to purchase, download, and read a growing number of MoMA’s e-books, including favorite […]

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IVAM Institut Valencia d’Art Modern Opens Childhood Photographs by Isabel Munoz

IVAM Institut Valencia d’Art Modern Opens Childhood Photographs by Isabel Munoz

Childhood. Photographs by Isabel Muñoz hopes to make people aware of the reality and rights of children all over the world through 68 pictures and texts. The exhibition gathers portraits captured in 20 countries of Europe, Africa, Asia and America which, from particular cases, offer a global overview of their current situation. Isabel Muñoz has […]

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High Museum of Art Appoints Kimberly Watson New Director of Museum Advancement

High Museum of Art Appoints Kimberly Watson New Director of Museum Advancement

Michael E. Shapiro, the Nancy and Holcombe T. Green, Jr. Director of the High Museum of Art, announces that the Museum has appointed Kimberly Watson as the new Director of Museum Advancement. Watson will oversee the High’s advancement department, which consists of individual, corporate, foundation and government support as well as the High’s largest fundraiser, […]

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Tate Britain Opens James Stirling: Notes from the Archive

Tate Britain Opens James Stirling: Notes from the Archive

Britain presents James Stirling: Notes from the Archive, an exhibition of selected material from the rich archive of renowned British architect, teacher and Pritzker Prize laureate James Stirling (1924–92). Marking a resurgence of interest in his work, this will be the first architecture exhibition to be shown at Tate Britain and will be displayed in […]

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