November, 2011

National Portrait Gallery Opens Private Eye. Photographs by Lewis Morley

The National Portrait Gallery presents Private Eye: Photographs by Lewis Morley, an exhibition on view from 31 October 2011 until 16 April 2012. Portraits on show by Lewis Morley, the semi-official photographer of the satire boom, document those involved in the formation and early years of the magazine. The eleven photographs on show include portraits […]

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Carnegie Museum of Art Opens Teenie Harris Photographer. An American Story

Carnegie Museum of Art Opens Teenie Harris Photographer. An American Story

Innovative Retrospective of Noted Photographic Artist and Photojournalist Presents a Comprehensive View of Mid-20th-Century African American Life The Carnegie Museum of Art presents Teenie Harris Photographer. An American Story, the first major retrospective exhibition of the work and legacy of African American artist Charles “Teenie” Harris, will be on view at Carnegie Museum of Art […]

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Taipei Fine Arts Museum Opens Ai Weiwei absent

Taipei Fine Arts Museum Opens Ai Weiwei absent

The Taipei Fine Arts Museum presents Ai Weiwei absent, on view 29 October 2011–29 January 2012, this is the artist’s first large-scale solo exhibition to be held in the ethnic Chinese world. Ai Weiwei (1957–) is a well-known contemporary artist and the object of considerable attention in the international art world. From conceptual art to […]

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Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago (MCA) Names Dieter Roelstraete as Senior Curator

Dieter Roelstraete has been appointed as the Manilow senior curator of the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago (MCA), effective of February 2012. Roelstraete is currently the curator of the Museum of Contemporary Art in Antwerp, Belgium, where he has worked since 2003. “Dieter is a wildly productive and extraordinarily smart curator who has addressed […]

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