September, 2011

Museum Morsbroich Presents Frauenzimmer

Museum Morsbroich Presents Frauenzimmer

Featuring works by Sara Barker, Karla Black, Carol Bove, Thea Djordjadze, Isa Genzken, Kitty Kraus, Tatiana Trouvé The Museum Morsbroich presents Frauenzimmer on view now through 13 November 2011. Carol Bove, “At home in the universe,” 2001. Two woodshelves with columns, 10 books, brackets, steel clips, 61,6 x 77,5 x 25,4 cm. The seven artists […]

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Fleming Museum of Art Opens Andrew Raftery: Open House Prints Exhibition

Fleming Museum of Art has opened a new exhibition celebrating the craft of contemporary printmaker, Andrew Raftery, on view September 20 – December 16, 2011. This exhibition presents a five-part print series by New England based contemporary printmaker, Andrew Raftery. Accompanying the series are architectural models, figure models, and over fifty working drawings that reflect […]

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Nottingham Contemporary Announces Solo Exhibition by Klaus Weber

Nottingham Contemporary Announces Solo Exhibition by Klaus Weber

This autumn Nottingham Contemporary presents a solo exhibition by Klaus Weber alongside an exhibition of equal size he has curated. If you leave me I’m not coming features a number of new works and is Weber’s largest exhibition since Secession in 2008. Already there! features some 200 objects from the last 1 million years. Amongst […]

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South Florida Science Museum Celebrates 50 Years

On October 22, the community is invited to celebrate 50 years of science at the Museum’s Fabulous 50th Birthday Celebration. The Museum is offering 50 percent off admission prices for the day. “Our Museum makes lasting memories and is well loved by all who live here,” said South Florida Science Museum President Lew Crampton. “We’ve […]

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Frederick R. Weisman Museum of Art Presents California Art

Frederick R. Weisman Museum of Art Presents California Art

The Frederick R. Weisman Museum of Art at Pepperdine University presents “California Art: Selections from the Frederick R. Weisman Art Foundation” on view at the museum through December 4th, 2011. Frederick R. Weisman Museum of Art Since the 1960s, California has emerged as a center for contemporary art that rivals New York in its accomplishments. […]

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BAM/PFA Announces MATRIX 239 Silke Otto-Knapp A light in the moon

BAM/PFA Announces MATRIX 239 Silke Otto-Knapp A light in the moon

University of California, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive (BAM/PFA) presents MATRIX 239 Silke Otto-Knapp A light in the moon, on view September 30, 2011–January 15, 2012. Silke Otto-Knapp: Two Figures (white), 2006; watercolor and gouache on canvas; 39 1/2 x 39 1/2 in.; courtesy of the artist and Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York […]

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The Sculpture Garden at 590 Madison Avenue Presents Jonathan Prince Sculptures

The Sculpture Garden at 590 Madison Avenue Presents Jonathan Prince Sculptures

The Sculpture Garden at 590 Madison Avenue presents an exhibition of Jonathan Prince sculptures on view at the atrium of 590 Madison Avenue through November 18th. Image: CYNTHIA-REEVES Known for his work in African and Cambrian black granite, Prince has, over the last two years, broadened his visual inquiry through a vanguard technique of “tearing […]

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Whitney Museum of American Art Commences Work on Raisonne of Andy Warhol films

The Whitney Museum of American Art has brought together a team of esteemed film scholars to commence work on the second volume of the catalogue raisonné of Andy Warhol’s films, covering the period 1963 to 1968. John G. Hanhardt, consulting senior curator for film and media arts at the Smithsonian, is serving as general editor […]

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De Hallen Haarlem Presents Group Exhibition Re-reading Louise Bourgeois Artwork

De Hallen Haarlem Presents Group Exhibition Re-reading Louise Bourgeois Artwork

De Hallen Haarlem presents the international group exhibition He disappeared into complete silence: rereading a single artwork by Louise Bour- geois. At the heart of this show lies a small but pivotal artwork He disappeared into complete silence (1947), by the French artist Louise Bourgeois. This booklet, containing nine etchings and nine parables, triggered Laurie […]

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