June, 2011

Corcoran Gallery of Art Opens Chris Martin: Painting Big Exhibition

The Corcoran Gallery of Art presents Chris Martin: Painting Big Martin’s first one-artist museum exhibition and the first exhibition of his work in Washington, D.C., on view June 18–October 23, 2011. Spanning three spaces in the Gallery, the exhibition includes large-scale paintings commissioned for the Corcoran’s Atrium, a focused selection of work from the past […]

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Art Fund Helps Save Wickham Market Hoard for Ipswich Museum

Art Fund Helps Save Wickham Market Hoard for Ipswich Museum

One of the largest collections of Iron Age coins to be found in recent years has been saved for the nation, and will be displayed at Ipswich Museum thanks to the support of the Art Fund. The Wickham Market hoard is one of the most important discoveries to be found in Suffolk in the past […]

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Museum of Flight 4th of July Program Tells the Story of Old Glory

VFW members and the tale of “The 27 Flags” SEATTLE – Members of Skyway Post 9430 of the Veterans of Foreign Wars honor the Nation’s 235th birthday with a salute to the American flag – all 27 versions that have officially represented the United States. From the first 13-star flag authorized by Congress in 1777 […]

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Virginia Museum of Fine Arts (VMFA) Opens Scraps: British Sporting Drawings from the Paul Mellon Collection

Virginia Museum of Fine Arts (VMFA) Opens Scraps: British Sporting Drawings from the Paul Mellon Collection

The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts (VMFA) presents Scraps: British Sporting Drawings from the Paul Mellon Collection, on view June 18 – September 18, 2011. Taking its title from a series of drawings and prints by Henry Alken depicting sketches of country life, Scraps: British Sporting Drawings from the Paul Mellon Collection features drawings and […]

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Noguchi Museum and Socrates Sculpture Park Explore Neighborhood Revitalization

Proposals to be exhibited at Museum in fall 2011; large-scale prototypes to be displayed at Sculpture Park in spring 2012 The Noguchi Museum, founded by Isamu Noguchi in 1985, and Socrates Sculpture Park, established by Mark di Suvero in 1986, have joined together to create Civic Action: A Vision for Long Island City. This major […]

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Colorado Railroad Museum Announces Buffalo Bill Wild West Days

Colorado Railroad Museum Announces Buffalo Bill Wild West Days

The Colorado Railroad Museum presents Buffalo Bill Wild West Days on Saturday and Sunday, July 30 and 31 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Buffalo Bill Days is coming to Golden, and the Colorado Railroad Museum is celebrating with a Wild West Days steam-up, featuring train rides in vintage passenger coaches. Meet Buffalo Bill, Doc Holliday, […]

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Vallejo Naval and Historical Museum Presents Paintings of U.S. Navy Ships by Hans Skalagard

The Vallejo Naval and Historical Museum presents “U.S. Navy Ships of World War Two: Paintings by Hans Skalagard” On view through July 16, 2011 . The Vallejo Naval and Historical Museum preserves and exhibits the diverse and exciting history of the City of Vallejo and the former U.S. Naval Shipyard at Mare Island . The […]

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ZKM | Museum of Contemporary Art Presents ATLAS. How to Carry the World on One’s Back?

ZKM | Museum of Contemporary Art Presents ATLAS. How to Carry the World on One’s Back?

The ZKM | Museum of Contemporary Art Presents ATLAS. How to Carry the World on One’s Back? on view through August 07, 2011. In what way do certain artists work, and how do they develop their ideas? The ZKM | Museum of Contemporary Art shows an interdisciplinary exhibition which, commencing with Aby Warburg’s illustrated atlas […]

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Bronx Museum of the Arts Celebrates 30th Anniversary of Artists in the Marketplace  (AIM) Program

Bronx Museum of the Arts Celebrates 30th Anniversary of Artists in the Marketplace (AIM) Program

Joint Exhibitions Open June 26 at Bronx Museum of the Arts and Wave Hill For three decades, the Bronx Museum of the Arts’ Artist in the Marketplace (AIM) program has helped to demystify the often opaque professional practices of the art world for artists at the beginning of their careers and has introduced the work […]

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