January, 2012

M Museum announce Patrick Van Caeckbergh. La ruine fructueuse

The M Museum present Patrick Van Caeckbergh. La ruine fructueuse, on view 2 February–22 April 2012. In his mysterious, baroque oeuvre Patrick Van Caeckenbergh (°1960, Aalst, Belgium) depicts the world and his own environment. His sculptures, collages, models and drawings connect small, everyday objects with all-encompassing frameworks, systems and great world discoveries. Van Caeckenbergh’s artwork […]

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The Ashmolean Museum Receives Grant From The Leon Levy Foundation

The Ashmolean Museum Receives Grant From The Leon Levy Foundation

The Ashmolean recently received a substantial grant from the Leon Levy Foundation in support of the Museum’s Restoring the Past Gallery. In recognition of this grant, the Gallery has been named in memory of Leon Levy, the distinguished financier whose wide range of interests and philanthropies included the ancient world, the arts and humanities. His […]

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Corcoran Gallery of Art to take part in the Cherry Blossom Festival

As a partner in the National Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington, D.C., the Corcoran Gallery of Art and College of Art + Design will partake in one of the most celebrated springtime events by hosting “Fly a Kite!,” an all ages hands-on workshop on Saturday, March 17 from 10 a.m. to noon. Participants will have […]

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Tate Britain opens Migrations. Journeys into British Art

Tate Britain opens Migrations. Journeys into British Art

Tate Britain presents Migrations. Journeys into British Art an exhibitionon view Tuesday 31 January – Wednesday 15 August 2012. The exhibition features artists from Van Dyck, Whistler and Mondrian to Steve McQueen and Francis Alÿs, Migrations traces not only the movement of artists, but the circulation of art and ideas. James Tissot, Portsmouth Dockyard c.1877 […]

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Indianapolis Museum of Art Celebrates Super Bowl XLVI With Special Robert Indiana Sculpture Installation

The Indianapolis Museum of Art has placed Robert Indiana’s sculptures Numbers (four) and Numbers (six) in the IMA Welcome Center to celebrate Super Bowl XLVI in Indianapolis. The sculptures will be on view from January 27 to February 9, 2012. Following this special installation, Numbers (four) and Numbers (six) will rejoin the complete Numbers series […]

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