March, 2012

Kunsthallen Brandts opens Joao Penalva. Works with Texts and Images

The Kunsthallen Brandts presents Joao Penalva. Works with Texts and Images, an exhibition on view 2 March–28 May 2012. Kunsthallen Brandts is exhibiting for the first time in Denmark the work of London-based, Portuguese artist João Penalva. Drawing from the artist’s text-based works in various media from the last thirteen years, the exhibition presents four […]

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Reading Public Museum announces The Prints of Andy Warhol  exhibition

Reading Public Museum announces The Prints of Andy Warhol exhibition

The Reading Public Museum presents The Prints of Andy Warhol, an exhibition on view 3/3/12 – 6/17/12. Andy Warhol, Flowers, 1970, screenprint on white paper. Images © 2011 The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc. / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York More than 60 pop prints and four paintings are the focus […]

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Reading Public Museum presents Theresienstadt’s Children and Their Art

Reading Public Museum presents Theresienstadt’s Children and Their Art

The Reading Public Museum presents Theresienstadt’s Children and Their Art an exhibition on view through 5/13/12. Reading Public Museum his moving exhibition features more than 30 objects from the Beit Theresienstadt Holocaust Museum, Archive and Educational Center in Israel. The works, including collages, drawings, embroidery, dolls, diaries, magazines, games, and marionettes, were created by children […]

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Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO)  announces Kim Adams as 2012 Iskowitz Prize winner

Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) announces Kim Adams as 2012 Iskowitz Prize winner

Sculptor and installation artist Kim Adams is the winner of the 2012 Gershon Iskowitz Prize at the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) for his remarkable contribution to the visual arts in Canada over four decades. Kim Adams (Canadian, born 1951), Dragon Wagon, 2005, mixed media sculpture. Courtesy of the artist and Wynick/Tuck Gallery. © Kim […]

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Center for Intuitive and Outsider Art and the Loyola University Museum of Art (LUMA) presents Heaven+Hell exhibition

Center for Intuitive and Outsider Art and the Loyola University Museum of Art (LUMA) presents Heaven+Hell exhibition

The The Center for Intuitive and Outsider Art and the Loyola University Museum of Art (LUMA) presents Heaven+Hell, an exhibition on view through June 30, 2012. William Blayney, Four Winds of Heaven, 1960, David T. Owsley Collection The themes of heaven, hell, and purgatory are frequently addressed in folk, outsider, and self-taught art in all […]

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University of California, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive opens State of Mind. New California Art circa 1970

University of California, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive opens State of Mind. New California Art circa 1970

The University of California, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive presents State of Mind: New California Art circa 1970, an exhibition onview February 29, 2012 – June 17, 2012. Martha Rosler, First Lady (Pat Nixon), 1972, photomontage from Bringing the War Home Series: House Beautiful, 1967-72, 20 x 24 in.; courtesy of the artist, […]

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Reading Public Museum presents Michael Craig-Martin. Drawings

The Reading Public Museum presents Michael Craig-Martin. Drawings, an exhibition on view through 3/25/12. This exhibition, located in the Cove Gallery on the ground floor, includes more than 30 drawings of subjects drawn from ordinary life, which he portrays using a mechanical line. Michael Craig-Martin: Drawings was selected from a recent exhibition organized by Alan […]

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Architekturmuseum der TU Munchen opens John Pawson exhibition

Architekturmuseum der TU Munchen opens John Pawson exhibition

The Architekturmuseum der TU Munchen presents John Pawson architectural exhibition, on view 01.03.2012 – 20.05.2012. John Pawson, Cistercian monastery Novy Dvur, 2004, Czech Republic, Photo: Jens Weber John Pawson is a master of minimalism. The buildings and objects created by the internationally renowned British architect are distinctively shaped by the art of omission and are […]

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Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art announces March programs

The first in Crystal Bridges’ Great Hall Lecture Series is scheduled for 4 p.m. Saturday, March 3, and features artist Karen LaMonte. The presentation, titled “Beauty and Catastrophe,” will focus on Lamonte’s life-sized cast glass sculpture Dress Impression with Wrinkled Cowl, on view in the temporary exhibition Wonder World. Lamonte will also share her research […]

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New York State Museum closed March 3 – 5

New York State Museum closed March 3 – 5

The New York State Museum, State Library and State Archives will be closed to the public on Saturday, March 3 due to an annually scheduled power shutdown to test the emergency power system in the Cultural Education Center building. The Museum, Library and Archives will reopen on Monday, March 5. The State Museum, State Archives […]

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New York State Museum announce Research in Archaeology lectures

Research findings on a 200-300-year-old skull found in a wall in Coeymans – the subject of recent news accounts – will be one of the topics discussed during a series of free weekly lectures on “Research in Archaeology” at the New York State Museum. The five lectures will be held every Wednesday through March 28 […]

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Des Moines Art Center to exhibit Jackson Pollock’s Mural

Des Moines Art Center to exhibit Jackson Pollock’s Mural

The Des Moines Art Center will exhibit American abstract expressionist artist Jackson Pollock’s 1943 painting, Mural, on view April 5 — July 15, 2012 in the Blank One Gallery. Jackson Pollock (American, 1912-1956) Mural, 1943 Oil on canvas 8 ft. 1 ¼ in. x 19 ft. 10 in. University of Iowa Museum of Art Gift […]

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