November, 2012

Para/Site presents Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? The Paradox of Choice in a Time of Anxiety

Para/Site presents Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? The Paradox of Choice in a Time of Anxiety

Para/Site presents Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? The Paradox of Choice in a Time of Anxiety with Adam Curtis, Michael Lee, Sun Xun, and Tang Kwok Hin on 1 December 2012–17 February 2013. Sun Xun, Some Actions Which Haven’t Been Defined Yet in the Revolution, 2011. Video still. 2012 marks the slow recovery of […]

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S.M.A.K. announces Martin Germann as New Senior Curator

S.M.A.K. announce Martin Germann as new Senior Curator. Between 2008 and 2011, Martin Germann has been Curator at kestnergesellschaft Hanover. He has worked on solo exhibitions and publications with artists like Michaël Borremans, Michael Sailstorfer, Larry Sultan, Aaron Curry, Julian Göthe, Elke Krystufek, and Joachim Koester. From 2010 to 2012, he was part of the […]

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Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art presents Leo Villareal. Cosmos

Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art presents Leo Villareal. Cosmos

The Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art at Cornell University presents Leo Villareal. Cosmos, an ongoing exhibition paying homage to the late Cornell astronomy professor Carl Sagan, Cosmos is the most recent site-specific installation by New York–based artist Leo Villareal (born 1967), a pioneer in the use of light-emitting diodes (LEDs) and computer-driven imagery. His […]

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Montreal Museum of Fine Arts returns Toi Moko to the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa (Te Papa)

The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts has returned a Toi Moko to the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa (Te Papa) in Wellington New Zealand. The return to New Zealand of this Māori head follows a request by the indigenous māori population of New Zealand that, for the past two decades, has been making […]

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Metropolitan Museum of Art Exhibition Tells Story of How African Artifacts were First Recognized as Art in U.S

Metropolitan Museum of Art Exhibition Tells Story of How African Artifacts were First Recognized as Art in U.S

Metropolitan Museum of Art Exhibition Tells Story of How African Artifacts were First Recognized as Art in U.S in an exhibition on view November 27, 2012 – April 14, 2013. Sculptural Element from a Reliquary Ensemble, Unidentified Kota artist (Ndassa group); Gabon, before 1914. Wood, copper, brass, pigments. H:. 23.62 in (60 cm).Musée Dapper, Paris […]

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Japanese American National Museum hosts Giant Robot Biennale 3

The Japanese American National Museum presents Giant Robot Biennale 3, open through January 20, 2013, its third show in conjunction with Eric Nakamura, owner of Asian American pop culture juggernaut Giant Robot. The expansive show features a gallery of eight emerging artists along with a customized vinyl figure collection. Following two previous successful exhibitions at […]

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Bruce Munro to exhibit works at Waddesdon Manor

Bruce Munro to exhibit works at Waddesdon Manor

Bruce Munro has been commissioned to create two new works for Waddesdon Manor, Blue Moon on a Platter and Angel of Light for the Christmas season, with further commissions for the Gardens and Coach House coming in 2013/2014. Bruce Munro Blue Moon on a Platter will be made of thousands of CDs pinned to the […]

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Metropolitan Museum of Art presents 18th–Century Mechanical Furniture by Abraham and David Roentgen

Metropolitan Museum of Art presents 18th–Century Mechanical Furniture by Abraham and David Roentgen in an exhibition on view trough January 27, 2013. Extravagant Inventions: The Princely Furniture of the Roentgens, is the first comprehensive survey of the Roentgen family’s cabinetmaking firm from 1742 to its closing in the early 1800s. Some 60 pieces of exquisite […]

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Menil Collection announces The Progress of Love

Menil Collection announces The Progress of Love

Menil Collection presents The Progress of Love, an exhibition on view December 2, 2012–March 17, 2013. Yinka Shonibare, MBE, The Swing (after Fragonard). © 2012 Yinka Shonibare, MBE. 
Courtesy of the artist, Stephen Friedman Gallery, London, and James Cohan Galley, New York/Shanghai. Courtesy Tate Modern, London The Menil Collection is proud to participate in an […]

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