March, 2012

Fundacion Juan Marc opens Avant-Garde Applied (1890–1950)

Fundacion Juan Marc opens Avant-Garde Applied (1890–1950)

Fundacion Juan Marc in Madrid opens Avant-Garde Applied (1890–1950), an exhibition on view March 30 – July 1, 2012. The exhibition The Applied Avant-Garde (1890-1950), displaying more than 700 works–among them original designs, maquettes, preparatory studies and photomontages, posters, books, magazines, postcards, brochures–will reveal the arresting and fascinating visual history of the impact of Avant-Garde […]

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National Gallery of Denmark opens Danish and International Art After 1900

National Gallery of Denmark opens Danish and International Art After 1900

The National Gallery of Denmark presents Danish and International Art After 1900, an exhibition on view from 30 march 2012. (Left to right): (From left): Max Ernst,Two Sexless Figures. Chimerae, 1933. Poul Gernes, Untitled, 1968-69. Lilibeth Cuenca Rasmussen, Absolute Exotic, 2005. Art from the 20th century and cutting-edge contemporary art are on the agenda when […]

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Calvert 22 announces IRWIN – Time for a New State NSK Folk Art exhibitions

Calvert 22 presents two concurrent exhibitions, on view 4 April–24 June 2012, exploring the work of the most influential art movement from the Balkan region in the latter half of the 20th century – Neue Slowenische Kunst (NSK). NSK was established in the early 80s in what was then Yugoslavia, by founding member groups Laibach, […]

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Harvard Art Museums Opens Exhibition of Lyonel Feininger Photographs

Harvard Art Museums Opens Exhibition of Lyonel Feininger Photographs

One of the most versatile talents of the modern art movement in Germany, the American-born Lyonel Feininger (1871–1956) is celebrated as a master of caricature, figurative painting, and a distinctive brand of cubism, but he also created a fascinating body of photographic work that is virtually unknown. Drawn primarily from the collections at Harvard University’s […]

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Jewish Museum presents Sanford Biggers and Jennifer Zackin: a small world . . . Video Installation

The Jewish Museum is presenting Sanford Biggers and Jennifer Zackin: a small world…, a video installation, from March 30 through August 26, 2012 in the Museum’s Barbara and E. Robert Goodkind Media Center. In this video (1999-2001, 6 min. 30 sec.), Sanford Biggers and Jennifer Zackin juxtapose home movies of their families – one African […]

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Save Our Heritage Organisation and History Matters Foundation present Lessons from a Bestseller Steve Berry. Writers Workshop

Save Our Heritage Organisation and History Matters Foundation present Lessons from a Bestseller Steve Berry. Writers Workshop

Save Our Heritage Organisation and History Matters Foundation present Lessons from a Bestseller; a writers workshop featuring international and New York Times best selling author Steve Berry, in conjunction with the national book launch of his latest novel, The Columbus Affair, followed by a reception at the Marston House. Steve Berry Berry and his wife […]

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Greatest Photographs of the American West Debut in 10 U.S. Museums

Greatest Photographs of the American West Debut in 10 U.S. Museums

“National Geographic Greatest Photographs of the American West,” a collection of iconic Western images gathered by “National Geographic” over a span of some 125 years, will open in 10 museums across the U.S. on October 27, 2012, announced James McNutt, President and CEO of the National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson Hole, Wyo. McNutt […]

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National Media Museum opens Life Online exhibition

The ever-changing relationship between society and the internet will be explored through digital art and interactive elements in a unique exhibition on view at the National Media Museum in Bradford on 30 March 2012 – February 2013. The new Life Online temporary exhibition space is part of the world’s first gallery to examine the social, […]

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Haus der Kunst announces two exhibitions

As part of the programs marking its 75th anniversary, Haus der Kunst announce the simultaneous opening on June 9, 2012 of two major exhibitions: Image-Counter-Image and Histories in Conflict: Haus der Kunst and the Ideological Uses of Art, 1937–1955. Occupying the vectors where global media industries, artistic reflexivity, and ideological power intersect, the two exhibitions […]

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