August, 2011

World Museum in Liverpool Announces Age of the Dinosaur Exhibition

World Museum in Liverpool Announces Age of the Dinosaur Exhibition

Amazing life-sized moving dinosaurs will terrify Liverpool when a blockbuster exhibition roars into the city this autumn. In a major coup for World Museum, Age of the Dinosaur opens on 22 October and runs until 15 April 2012. Age of the Dinosaur will make its first appearance outside London after being created by the Natural […]

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Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft Celebrates 30 Years

2011 marks the Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft’s (KMAC) 30th anniversary, and to celebrate the museum traditional Bourbon Ball into a Bourbon Bash! On Saturday, October 1, from 7 p.m. until midnight, with an evening of trunk shows and demos by 30 of Kentucky’s finest craft artists; an array of Bourbon tastings and hors […]

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Guggenheim Announces Kandinsky Painting with White Border Exhibition

Guggenheim Announces Kandinsky Painting with White Border Exhibition

Extensive Conservation Study Undertaken on Painting with White Border (1913) Reveals New Details Vasily Kandinsky, Painting with White Border (Bild mit weissem Rand), May 1913 Oil on canvas, 140.3 x 200.3 cm Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, Solomon R. Guggenheim Founding Collection, By gift 37.245 © 2011 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/ADAGP, Paris […]

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Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art Announce Three Exhibitions

Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art Announce Three Exhibitions

The Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art launches the season with three globally engaged and timely exhibition projects. Adel Abidin, “Jihad,” 2006. Video, 3:27. Courtesy Galerie Anne de Villepoix, Paris. Main Space ¡Patria o Libertad! On Patriotism, Immigration and Populism Adel Abidin (Iraq/Finland)/ ANTUAN (Cuba/USA)/ Maja Bajevic (Bosnia)/ Marc Bijl (The Netherlands)/ Alexander Apóstol (Venezuela)/ Iván […]

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Miami Art Museum Commemorates 10th Anniversary of 9/11 Attacks with Photography Exhibition of Images from Ground Zero

Miami Art Museum Commemorates 10th Anniversary of 9/11 Attacks with Photography Exhibition of Images from Ground Zero

The Miami Art Museum presents Focus Gallery: Joel Meyerowitz – Aftermath. Open August 19 – November 6, 2011. In commemoration of the 10th anniversary of 9/11, Miami Art Museum presents Focus Gallery: Joel Meyerowitz – Aftermath, an exhibition of photographs taken by the only photographer granted right of entry into Ground Zero after the September […]

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Guggenheim Museum Presents Ten Years of Terror: Film Reflecting on 9/11

The Guggenheim Museum presents Ten Years of Terror: Film Reflecting on 9/11, screenings September 9, 12, and 13, 11 am. In recognition of the ten year anniversary of September 11th, Ten Years of Terror examines the theoretical, empirical, and aesthetic dimensions of violence and the ensuing state of terror it produces. This series of reflections […]

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Tel Aviv Museum Presents Inside Job: Street Art in Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv Museum Presents Inside Job: Street Art in Tel Aviv

The Tel Aviv Museum presents Inside Job: Street Art in Tel Aviv. Exhibition on view from Friday 26 August 2011. The Show Has No Closing Date. Street Art Tel Aviv Museum In recent years, walls and derelict building in Tel Aviv, mainly its center and south, have been covered with various images: from simple slogans […]

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Museum of Making Music Reopening

The Museum of Making Music – a cultural destination dedicated to exploring the enduring relationship between people, instruments and the music we make – is undergoing a significant renovation to give visitors new interactive musical experiences at its Carlsbad location. This June the Museum will close its doors to complete work on important enhancements to […]

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Brooklyn Museum Opens Timothy Greenfield-Sanders: The Latino List

Brooklyn Museum Opens Timothy Greenfield-Sanders: The Latino List

Exhibition of Photographs of Prominent Latino Americans along with Filmed Interviews The Brooklyn Museum presents Timothy Greenfield-Sanders: The Latino List a new exhibition of large-format, full-color photographic portraits on view August 19–December 11, 2011. The exhibition presents the personal stories of some of today’s most influential Latino Americans from the fields of culture, politics, business, […]

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