September, 2011

High Museum of Art Announces Major Exhibition by Kaws

The High Museum of Art will premiere a major multi-site exhibition of work by Brooklyn-based artist Brian Donnelly, a.k.a. KAWS. “KAWS: Down Time” will open on February 18, 2012, with a 22-foot-high, site-specific mural painted in the Margaretta Taylor Lobby of the High’s Wieland Pavilion, along with a 24-foot-long triptych hung in of the Museum’s […]

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Art Gallery of Alberta Announces 19th Century French Photographs Exhibition

The Art Gallery of Alberta presents 19th Century French Photographs from the National Gallery of Canada, an exhibition on view September 24 through january 29, 2012. Paris. 6 January 1839. The first public announcement of a new invention for making pictures appeared in the press. The daguerreotype, named after its inventor, J.L.M. Daguerre, consisted of […]

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FLAG Art Foundation Presents Art² Group Exhibition

FLAG Art Foundation Presents Art² Group Exhibition

The FLAG Art Foundation presents Art² a group exhibition on view through December 17, 2011. . The title of the exhibition Art² refers to the use of a specific and existing artwork in the visual language of an original contemporary artwork. The featured artists re-imagine, or incorporate, these past works by artists from their own […]

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Modern Art Oxford Presents Kerry Tribe Dead Star Light

Modern Art Oxford presents Kerry Tribe Dead Star Light, exhibition on view 27 September–20 November 2011. American artist and filmmaker Kerry Tribe presents a solo exhibition of her most recent work in an ongoing investigation into memory, ambiguity and doubt. Dead Star Light consists of three newly commissioned works exploring these themes using both new […]

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Kunsthalle Bielefeld Opens Picasso 1905 in Paris

Kunsthalle Bielefeld Opens Picasso 1905 in Paris

Kunsthalle Bielefeld presents Picasso 1905 in Paris an exhibition on view September 25, 2011 – January 15, 2012. Pablo Picasso, “Weiblicher Kopf, Portrait Fernande Olivier”, 1906, Gouache auf Papier, 32 x 40 cm, Prins Eugens Waldemarsudde, Stockholm © Succession Picasso, VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2011. 1905 was a key year for Picasso. After his melancholy Blue […]

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Morgan Library & Museum Announces Exhibition of Islamic Manuscript Painting

Morgan Library & Museum Announces Exhibition of Islamic Manuscript Painting

The Morgan Library & Museum presents Treasures of Islamic Manuscript Painting from the Morgan, an exhibition on view October 21, 2011 – January 29, 2012. The Morgan Library & Museum is internationally acclaimed for its collection of medieval and Renaissance illuminated manuscripts, but it may come as a surprise that it also possesses a number […]

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Museum of Fine Arts in Saint Petersburg Opens Dutch and Flemish Paintings Exhibirtion

Museum of Fine Arts in Saint Petersburg Opens Dutch and Flemish Paintings Exhibirtion

The Museum of Fine Arts in Saint Petersburg presents Story and Symbol: Dutch and Flemish Paintings from the Collection of Dr. Gordon and Adele Gilbert, on view September 17-December 4, 2011. The more than 30 paintings in this exhibition are striking, but they are also rich in the history of sixteenth and seventeenth-century northern Europe. […]

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