June, 2011

De Hallen Haarlem Opens A Portrait of Holland: The Dutch Landscape in Art Since 1850

De Hallen Haarlem Opens A Portrait of Holland: The Dutch Landscape in Art Since 1850

De Hallen Haarlem presents A Portrait of Holland: The Dutch Landscape in Art Since 1850. Exhibition on view 24.06.2011 – 11.09.2011. More than a hundred and twenty paintings, watercolours, prints, photographs and films by Dutch artists like Anton Mauve, the Maris brothers, Piet Mondrian, Jan Toorop, Jan Sluijters, M.C. Escher, Jan Wolkers and Jan Dibbets […]

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Amon Carter Museum of American Art Opens Will Barnet Relationships, Intimate and Abstract, 1935 1965

Amon Carter Museum of American Art Opens Will Barnet Relationships, Intimate and Abstract, 1935 1965

The Amon Carter Museum of American Art presents Will Barnet: Relationships, Intimate and Abstract, 1935–1965, an exhibition on view on view from June 18–December 31, 2011. To mark the 100th birthday of pioneering printmaker, painter and educator Will Barnet (b. 1911), the Amon Carter Museum of American Art presents Will Barnet: Relationships, Intimate and Abstract, […]

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National Museum of American History Director Brent Glass Announces Retirement

National Museum of American History Director Brent Glass Announces Retirement

Brent Glass, 64, has announced he will retire from the Smithsonian. He is leaving his position as director of the National Museum of American History effective July 10; he will continue at the Smithsonian as a senior advisor through the end of this year. “It has been an honor and joy to further the Smithsonian […]

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Museum of Fine Arts Boston (MFA) Reaches Agreement to Retain Portrait of a Man and Woman in an Interior by Eglon van der Neer

Museum of Fine Arts Boston (MFA) Reaches Agreement to Retain Portrait of a Man and Woman in an Interior by Eglon van der Neer

Research conducted by the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (MFA), about the provenance, or history of ownership, of its painting Portrait of a Man and Woman in an Interior (1665–67) by Dutch artist Eglon van der Neer (1634–1703), has led to an agreement with the estate of German art dealer Walter Westfeld (1889–1945), enabling the […]

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Museum of Contemporary Art  Sydney (MCA) to Reopen March 2012

Museum of Contemporary Art Sydney (MCA) to Reopen March 2012

The Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney will reopen in March 2012 as a new, significantly expanded Museum, following a 53 million AUD redevelopment. The opening of the new MCA promises to be a highlight on the international art calendar, as the Museum is transformed into a major cultural centre for contemporary art and education. […]

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The Power Plant Presents Rearview Mirror New Art from Central and Eastern Europe

The Power Plant Presents Rearview Mirror New Art from Central and Eastern Europe

The The Power Plant presents Rearview Mirror: New Art from Central and Eastern Europe. o-produced by The Power Plant and the Art Gallery of Alberta. On view 1 July–5 September 2011. Opening: 30 June, 8–11 PM. The work of the twenty-two artists in the exhibition looks to the past as well as to the future […]

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Musee du Quay Branly Presents from dawn to dusk, National collections of Guatemala

Musee du Quay Branly Presents from dawn to dusk, National collections of Guatemala

Musée du Quay Branly presents from dawn to dusk, National collections of Guatemala. Exhibition on view through SUNDAY 2TH OCTOBER 2011. Through the presentation of more than 160 exceptional objects belonging to the National Heritage of Guatemala – painted ceramics, steles, cut semiprecious stones, funerary objects, architectural remains, ornaments, etc. – the exhibition retraces the […]

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Walker Art Gallery Opens Art in Revolution: Liverpool 1911

Walker Art Gallery Opens Art in Revolution: Liverpool 1911

The Walker Art Gallery in Liverpool presents Art in Revolution: Liverpool 1911, on view 24 June – 25 September 2011. ‘Art in Revolution: Liverpool 1911’ is an exploration of a ground-breaking exhibition held in Liverpool in 1911 which displayed international Post-Impressionist artworks alongside local avant-garde artists. Featuring work by van Gogh, Matisse, Gauguin and Signac, […]

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THE NEW YORK HALL OF SCIENCE NAMED NYC & COMPANY CULTURE SPOT FOR JULY

Museum Offers One Free Child Admission with the Purchase of an Adult Admission New York, NY (June 27, 2011) — For a limited time only, the New York Hall of Science is offering discount admission to its special exhibitions and summer programs. Experience the thrills of Circus! Science Under the Big Top, a brand-new exhibit […]

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