March, 2012

Michener Art Museum takes a look at that path in Have Gags Will Travel. The Life and Times of a New York Cartoonist

The Michener Art Museum will take a close look at that path in Have Gags Will Travel: The Life and Times of a New York Cartoonist, on view March 10 through July 1 in the Pfundt Gallery. This exhibit is sponsored by Mary Lou and Andrew Abruzzese, The Pineville Tavern. From The New Yorker to […]

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Bellevue Arts Museum opens Dirk Staschke. Falling Feels a Lot Like Flying

Bellevue Arts Museum opens Dirk Staschke. Falling Feels a Lot Like Flying

The Bellevue Arts Museum presents Dirk Staschke. Falling Feels a Lot Like Flying, an exhibition on view March 1 – May 27, 2012. Dirk Staschke Wishing Well, Knowing Otherwise (detail), 2011 Ceramic 6.5 x 4 x 4 ft. Photo: Courtesy of the artist Winner of the John and Joyce Price Award of Excellence of the […]

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Center for PostNatural History opens in Pittsburgh

The Center for PostNatural History has opened its permanent exhibition facility in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The Center for PostNatural History (CPNH) is dedicated to the research and exhibition of lifeforms that have been intentionally altered by humans, from the dawn of domestication to contemporary genetic engineering. The CPNH presents the postnatural world through diorama, taxidermy, photography […]

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Dubuque Museum of Art presents Urban Landscapes by Mary Phelan

Dubuque Museum of Art presents Urban Landscapes by Mary Phelan

The Dubuque Museum of Art presents Urban Landscapes by Mary Phelan, an exhibition on view through March 25, 2012. Mary Phelan, On the Face of It, 2009, oil on linen, 18×30 in., Collection of the artist Quiet and contemplative scenes of Chicago neighborhoods bring to mind 17th century Dutch cityscapes. The artist is inspired by […]

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Corning Museum of Glass Exhibition Celebrates European Studio Glass Founder Erwin Eisch

As part of the Museum’s celebration of the 50th anniversary of the American Studio Glass movement, the work of European glass innovator Erwin Eisch will be featured in an exhibition at The Corning Museum of Glass, March 15, 2012 – February 3, 2013. Eisch’s non-traditional approach to glassmaking had a profound impact during the formative […]

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South London Gallery opens Alice Channer. Out Of Body

South London Gallery opens Alice Channer. Out Of Body

The South London Gallery presents Alice Channer. Out Of Body, an exhibition on view 2 March – 13 may. 2012. Alice Channer, Slip. Mirror polished stainless steel, elastics, accordion pleated hi-tech lame. Image courtesy of the artist and The Approach, London. For her South London Gallery exhibition, British artist Alice Channer has created an installation […]

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Bellevue Arts Museum opens Making Mends exhibition

The Bellevue Arts Museum presents Making Mends, an exhibition on view March 1 – May 27, 2012. While the therapeutic benefit of art has long been accepted, a surprisingly small number of exhibitions has focused on the work of artists seeking healing through their craft. This winter, Bellevue Arts Museum is pleased to present Making […]

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Overgaden presents Ebbe Stub Wittrup. The Voice of Thing

Overgaden presents Ebbe Stub Wittrup. The Voice of Thing

Overgaden Institute of Contemporary Art in Copenhagen presents Ebbe Stub Wittrup. The Voice of Things,an exhibition on view through 1 April 2012. Ebbe Stub Wittrup, Eight Cards, Card#4, 2011 C-print, 40×30 cm Overgaden The question of what is real has been debated throughout the entire history of humanity: Is it what our senses tell us, […]

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South London Gallery opens Edward Thomasson. Inside

The South London Gallery presents Edward Thomasson. Inside, an exhibition on view 2 March – 13 May 2012. British artist Edward Thomasson presents an exhibition of new works in the South London Gallery’s first floor galleries following six months as the inaugural Nina Stewart Artist in Residence in the SLG’s Outset Artists’ Flat. The Residency […]

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Hague Museum of Photography opens Pieter Hugo. This must be the place

The Hague Museum of Photography presents Pieter Hugo. This must be the place, an exhibition on view 3 March 2012 – 20 May 2012. The South African photographer Pieter Hugo’s (Johannesburg, 1976) monumental photographs, centred around contemporary Africa, are now well known around the world. He has already won numerous awards including the KLM Paul […]

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Fotomuseum Winterthur opens Diane Arbus photographs exhibition

The Fotomuseum Winterthur presents an exhibition of photographs by Diane Arbus, on view 03.03.-28.05.2012. Diane Arbus (New York, 1923–1971) revolutionized the art she practiced. Her bold subject matter and photographic approach produced a body of work that is often shocking in its purity, in its steadfast celebration of things as they are. Her gift for […]

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Jewish Museum announces Kehinde Wiley. The World Stage. Israel

Jewish Museum announces Kehinde Wiley. The World Stage. Israel

The Jewish Museum presents Kehinde Wiley /The World Stage. Israel an exhibition on view from March 9 through July 29, 2012. Kehinde Wiley, “Alios Itzhak (The World Stage: Israel),” 2011. Oil and gold enamel on canvas, 115½ x 80.125 inches. The Jewish Museum, NY; Purchase: Gift of Lisa and Steven Tananbaum Family Foundation; Gift in […]

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