November, 2012

Drawing Room announces Kate Davis Not Just the Perfect Moments

Drawing Room announces Kate Davis Not Just the Perfect Moments

Drawing Room presents Kate Davis Not Just the Perfect Moments open 4 December 2012–2 February 2013. Kate Davis, Having Put Herself in the Picture, 2012. Framed pencil drawing and screenprint on paper with circular mirror, 63 x 87 x 5 cm. Image courtesy the artist and Galerie Kamm, Berlin. Kate Davis presents newly commissioned drawings […]

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Museum of Ventura Country to celebrate 100th Anniversary in 2013

Museum of Ventura Country to celebrate 100th Anniversary in 2013

The Museum of Ventura Country is to celebrate its 100th Anniversary in 2013. Museum of Ventura Country The museum started with Dr. Cephas Bard’s eclectic collection of rare documents, Chumash baskets, and historic artifacts. The Museum of Ventura County celebrates, preserves and interprets the art, history and culture of Ventura County, the California Channel Islands […]

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Museum of Religious Arts presents Reason For The Season

The Museum of Religious Arts in Logan presents Reason For The Season, an exhibition on view through January 20, 2013 and will feature: •Nun’s on the Run from Danbury, IA will kick off our celebration once again with a performance on November 4, 2012, at 1:30. The admission for this event is $8.00 per person […]

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Museum of Ventura County announces Island Treasures. Artworks from the Santa Cruz Island Foundation

Museum of Ventura County announces Island Treasures. Artworks from the Santa Cruz Island Foundation

Museum of Ventura County presents Island Treasures. Artworks from the Santa Cruz Island Foundation, an exhibition on view December 2, 2012 – March 3, 2013. Owing to its growing relationship with the Santa Cruz Island Foundation, the Ventura County Museum is in the enviable position to mount an exhibition of artworks collected by former island […]

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Scottish National Gallery opens John Bellany. A Passion for Life

Scottish National Gallery opens John Bellany. A Passion for Life

Scottish National Gallery presents John Bellany. A Passion for Life the largest, most comprehensive exhibition of work by one of Scotland’s greatest living artists on view 17 November 2012 – 27 January 2013. John Bellany, Self-Portrait, 1966. Oil on board, 159.8 x 142 cm. Collection of the artist John Bellany: A Passion for Life will […]

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Ventura County Agriculture History Museum presents 5th Annual Art About Agriculture exhibition

Ventura County Agriculture History Museum presents 5th Annual Art About Agriculture exhibition

Ventura County Agriculture History Museum presents 5th Annual Art About Agriculture, an exhibition on view through March 17, 2013. Peaches and Pears Ventura County Agriculture History Museum The exhibition features art by more than 50 artists working in both two and three dimensional media who create art that draws its inspiration from local agricultural heritage […]

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Stark Museum of Art announces Drop-In Art Activities

The Stark Museum of Art is offering drop-in art activities in the lobby on select dates in November, December and January. Families can drop by and enjoy the exhibit On the Wing: Birds in Books of Hours while participating in educational art projects. These holiday activities are free for all ages and will take place […]

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LUMA Foundation extends Doug Aitken ALTERED EARTH. Arles, city of moving images exhibition

LUMA Foundation extends Doug Aitken ALTERED EARTH. Arles, city of moving images exhibition

LUMA Foundation has extended it’s Doug Aitken ALTERED EARTH. Arles, city of moving images, exhibition to Sunday 2 December 2012. Altered Earth © Doug Aitken Workshop and LUMA Foundation, Arles 2012. Photo Hervé Hôte. The exhibition opened on 20 October with a performance by Californian composer Terry Riley. An unprecedented live, one-hour, performance merged experimental […]

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Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art hangs El Anatsui Sculptural Tapestry

Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art hangs El Anatsui Sculptural Tapestry

One of the largest and most complex tapestry-like sculptures ever created by Ghanian artist El Anatsui has been hung in Bloch Lobby at The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art. El Anatsui, Ghanaian (b. 1944). Dusasa I, 2007. Found aluminum and copper wire, approximate dimensions: 288 x 360 inches. The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, Missouri. […]

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