March, 2012

Time is Love.5  International video art program Curated by Kisito Assangni

Time is Love.5 International video art program Curated by Kisito Assangni

Including: Alicja Rogalska (Poland/UK) | Alysse Stepanian (Iran/USA) | Charlotte Merino (France) | ELASTIC Group (Italy) | Fernando Velasquez (Brazil) | Grace Kim (USA) | Hermelinde Hergenhahn (Netherlands) | Hervé Penhoat (France) | Irina Gabiani (Luxembourg) | Isidora Ficovic (Serbia) | Kokou Ekouagou (Togo) | Larry Caveney & Lizet Benrey (USA) | Laurent Fiévet (France) […]

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National Portrait Gallery welcomes two millionth visitor

The National Portrait Gallery in London has welcomed its two millionth visitors – a milestone which sets up the highest annual figures in the Gallery’s history when they are published at the end of the month. The group of visitors through the door when the figure of two million was reached was given a surprise […]

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Dulwich Picture Gallery announces first UK showing of Andy Warhol. The Portfolios

Dulwich Picture Gallery announces first UK showing of Andy Warhol. The Portfolios

The Dulwich Picture Gallery presents the first UK showing of Andy Warhol. The Portfolios, Bank of America Collection. The exhibition will focus on the period 1962-1984 during which Warhol focused almost exclusively on the silk-screen printing method. This is the first time the exhibition of 80 works from 13 portfolios has visited Europe. The exhibition […]

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Philadelphia Museum of Art Extend Van Gogh Up Close Opening Times

The Philadelphia Museum of Art have extended exhibition hours on the weekends. Now through May 6, the Van Gogh Up Close galleries are open until 6 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays, meaning that the last tickets will be sold at 4:30 p.m. On April 9. after Easter, on a day the Museum is normally closed, […]

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Taipei Fine Arts Museum announces Taipei Biennial 2012

Taipei Fine Arts Museum announces Taipei Biennial 2012

The Taipei Fine Arts Museum announce the curator and theme of the Taipei Biennial 2012. Curated by Berlin-based curator and critic Anselm Franke, this eighth edition runs from September 29, 2012 to January 13, 2013, and takes place at the Taipei Fine Arts Museum and further locations in the City of Taipei. Chung-Li Kao, “Slideshow […]

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Nelson Mandela Digital Archive Project

Google announced the Nelson Mandela Digital Archive, an online collection of digitized photos, videos and documents featuring the former South African president. Based in Johannesburg, South Africa, the Nelson Mandela Centre of Memory (NMCM) is committed to documenting the life and times of one of the world’s greatest statesmen and spreading his story to promote […]

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EYE Film Museum Opens on April 5 in Amsterdam

EYE Film Museum Opens on April 5 in Amsterdam

EYE, the new film museum located on Amsterdam’s waterfront, will open its doors to the public on April 5, 2012. Starting on that day, visitors can watch films on the four screens, explore the exhibition area, the interactive basement, the museum store, and the restaurant and café. EYE, new film museum on Amsterdam’s waterfront Photo: […]

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EYE Film Museum opens with exhibition Found Footage. Cinema Exposed

EYE Film Museum opens with exhibition Found Footage. Cinema Exposed

EYE, the new film museum in Amsterdam, opens on 5 April–3 throughJune 2012 with Found Footage: Cinema Exposed. The exhibition and accompanying film program reveals how artists and filmmakers utilize the virtually inexhaustible reservoir of images that can be found in film archives, on Internet, TV and DVD. This found footage serves as raw material […]

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Museum of Flight Offers Free Climate Day Activities on April 5

“Free First Thursday” events focus on NASA Climate Day SEATTLE, March 27, 2012–During the April 5 “Free First Thursday” from 5 to 9 p.m., the Museum will celebrate NASA Climate Day with activities and presentations exploring the science of climate change and what we can do about it. The event’s featured guest is NASA scientist […]

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National Portrait Gallery announces A Will of Their Own. Judith Sargent Murray and Women of Achievement in the Early Republic

National Portrait Gallery announces A Will of Their Own. Judith Sargent Murray and Women of Achievement in the Early Republic

The Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery, with the support of the Terra Foundation for American Art, presents “A Will of Their Own: Judith Sargent Murray and Women of Achievement in the Early Republic.” The exhibition will be on view April 20 through Sept. 2, 2013. Portrait of Mrs. John Stevens Terra Foundation for American Art, Chicago, […]

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Natural History Museum Displays Prehistoric Snake Replica and Fossil of 60-Million-Year-Old Snake

A 48 feet long realistic replica of the world’s largest snake is on exhibit at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History until Jan. 6, 2013. Sixty million years ago, in the era after the mass extinction of the dinosaurs, scientists believe that a colossal snake related to modern boa constrictors thrived in a hot […]

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The Walters Art Museum Receives $265,000 NEH Grant to Digitize Over 100 Flemish Manuscripts

The Walters Art Museum Receives $265,000 NEH Grant to Digitize Over 100 Flemish Manuscripts

Baltimore—The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) has granted the Walters Art Museum $265,000 for a three-year project to digitize, catalog and distribute 113 illuminated medieval manuscripts from Flanders, present-day northeastern France and Belgium. This project, Imaging the Hours: Creating a Digital Resource of Flemish Manuscripts, will digitize 45,000 pages of text with over 3,000 […]

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