July, 2011

“Demuth in the City of Lights” On View Now at the Demuth Museum

“Demuth in the City of Lights” On View Now at the Demuth Museum

The Demuth Museum’s current exhibition, Demuth in the City of Lights, brings together many of Charles Demuth’s works from his travels to Paris in the early twentieth century. American Modernist painter Charles Demuth (1883-1935) soaked up all Paris had to offer by visiting galleries, attending live performances, discussing ideas with fellow artists including Marsden Hartley […]

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Ohr-O’Keefe Museum of Art John S. and James L. Knight Gallery to Permanently Feature the Pottery of George Ohr

The Ohr-O’Keefe Museum of Art John S. and James L. Knight Gallery is to permanently feature the pottery of George Ohr. Opening December 2012. Opening exhibition Guest Curator, Eugene Hecht, PhD, is author of After the Fire and co-author of The Mad Potter of Biloxi: The Art and Life of George E. Ohr. In addition […]

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Ohr-O’Keefe Museum of Art Presents William Dunlap: Look At It . . . Think About It

Ohr-O’Keefe Museum of Art Presents William Dunlap: Look At It . . . Think About It

The Ohr-O’Keefe Museum of Art presents William Dunlap: Look At It . . . Think About It, on view through December 4, 2011. William Dunlap reminds us not to forget the importance of history by his use of rich artifacts that take viewers back to their cultural roots and consider what has been lost in […]

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Annual Blues Angels Week Festivities at Museum of Flight Aug 4 – 7

Annual Blues Angels Week Festivities at Museum of Flight Aug 4 – 7

Special events, extended Museum hours, close-up views of Navy flight team SEATTLE – The world-famous U.S. Navy Blue Angels star in the Boeing Air Show at Seafair’s Albert Lee Cup hydroplane races. The Museum of Flight is again Blue Angels’ headquarters during the team’s entire Seafair stay. Museum hours will be extended – opening one […]

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Los Angeles County Museum of Art Presents 24-Hour Screening of Christian Marclay’s The Clock

The Los Angeles County Museum of Art presents another 24-hour screening of artist Christian Marclay’s The Clock, Thursday July 28th at 5 pm through Friday July 29th at 5 pm. Recently awarded the prestigious Golden Lion at this year’s Venice Biennale, The Clock is a 24-hour single-channel montage constructed from thousands of moments of cinema […]

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Museum of Modern Art Presents Talk to Me Exhibition

Museum of Modern Art Presents Talk to Me Exhibition

The Museum of Modern Art presents Talk to Me an exhibition on the communication between people and objects that opened at The Museum of Modern Art on July 24th 2011. Talk to Me explores the communication between people and things. All objects contain information that goes well beyond their immediate use or appearance. In some […]

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Freud Museum Celebrates 25th Anniversary With Open Day

As part of it’s 25th Anniversary celebrations the Freud Museum in London announces an open day with free sdmission Today is the 25th anniversary of the opening by Princess Alexandra of the Freud Museum London on 28 July 1986. To celebrate, the Museum is offering free admission to all, tours of the house, mini talks, […]

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Cranbrook Art Museum to Reopen on November 11

Cranbrook Art Museum to Reopen on November 11

New Wing will allow the museum’s full collection of design, textiles, ceramics and fine art to be displayed and accessed, underscoring the pedagogical mission of Cranbrook by bringing the collection to life for a new generation of artists, students, and visitors. On November 11, 2011, Cranbrook Art Museum will reopen after a two-year construction project […]

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The Fruitmarket Gallery Announces  

Ingrid Calame Exhibition

The Fruitmarket Gallery Announces 

Ingrid Calame Exhibition

The Fruitmarket Gallery announces the first solo exhibition in Scotland of the work of American artist Ingrid Calame, whose beautifully-coloured, intricate drawings and paintings have a specific, if abstracted relationship to the world. Exhibition open 4 August–9 October 2011. Calame’s paintings and drawings all begin with tracings of marks, stains and cracks on the ground […]

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