August, 2011

Walker Art Center Presents Pedro Reyes Baby Marx

Walker Art Center Presents Pedro Reyes Baby Marx

The Walker Art Center presents Pedro Reyes Baby Marx on view August 11–November 27, 2011. The Walker presents the latest phase and first US exhibition of Baby Marx, an ongoing project by Mexican artist Pedro Reyes that looks at the potential for mass entertainment to operate as a radical educational tool. An architect by training, […]

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Mark Twain Museum Announces Mark Twain’s Hannibal: The Clemens Conference

Mark Twain Museum Announces Mark Twain’s Hannibal: The Clemens Conference

The Mark Twain Boyhood Home and Museum hosts Mark Twain’s Hannibal: The Clemens Conference, August 11-13, 2011. Before he became “Mark Twain” in Virginia City, Nevada in 1863, Samuel Langhorne Clemens’s literary path was firmly established. His storytelling began in his youth, and the Museum is proud to offer its first scholarly conference in the […]

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George Eastman House Director Anthony Bannon to Retire in July 2012

Longest-standing director in museum history; his tenure includes post-graduate schools, major acquisitions, alliances, and national honors Dr. Anthony Bannon, director of George Eastman House International Museum of Photography and Film, announced today he will be retiring in one year — on July 31, 2012. He has held the position since 1996, and his 15-year tenure […]

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Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA), Chicago Opens Anne Elizabeth Moore Presentation

Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA), Chicago Opens Anne Elizabeth Moore Presentation

The Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA), Chicago presents a presentation of work by Anne Elizabeth Moore Exhibition on view August 6-28, 2011. Anne Elizabeth Moore: Garment Work, 2010. Leipziger Baumwollspinnerei, Germany. Photo courtesy of the artist For her UBS 12 x 12 presentation, Moore presents Garment Work, a durational collective performance project in which the […]

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