January, 2013

National Air and Space Museum announces Heritage Family Day Series

The National Air and Space Museum presents a “Heritage Family Day” series celebrating ethnic and cultural diversity. The series coincides with national observances, focusing specifically on the contributions that diverse communities have made to aviation and space exploration. These activity-filled days, which take place at the National Mall building and the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center […]

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Denver Museum of Nature & Science announces Mammoths and Mastodons. Titans of the Ice Age

Denver Museum of Nature & Science announces Mammoths and Mastodons. Titans of the Ice Age

Denver Museum of Nature & Science presents Mammoths and Mastodons. Titans of the Ice Age, an exhibition on view from February 15. Life-size models of awe-inspiring Ice Age animals, fossil tusks and skulls, interactive videos, and hands-on activities bring this fascinating time in Earth history back to life. Mammoths and Mastodons: Titans of the Ice […]

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BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art presents David Jablonowski Tools and Orientations

BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art presents David Jablonowski Tools and Orientations, the first solo exhibition by the German artist, on view 1 FEBRUARY 2013 – 2 JUNE 2013. David Jablonowski (born in 1982 in Bochum) makes work which investigates the history and potential of communication in visual culture. His sculptures, films and installations explore cultural […]

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Monterey Museum of Art presents Beth Van Hoesen exhibition

Monterey Museum of Art presents Beth Van Hoesen exhibition

Monterey Museum of Art presents an exhibition of work by Beth Van Hoesen on view February 1-May 19, 2013. Beth Van Hoesen, Sally, 1979-1981, Hors commerce proof aquatint, drypoint etching with roulette; black and brown inks printed à la poupée on paper, Courtesy of the E. Mark Adams and Beth Van Hoesen Adams Trust Beth […]

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Art Institute of Chicago presents Irving Penn. Underfoot

Art Institute of Chicago presents Irving Penn. Underfoot

Art Institute of Chicago presents Irving Penn. Underfoot, on view through May 12, 2013. Irving Penn. Underfoot XXXIII, New York, 2000. The Art Institute of Chicago, gift of The Irving Penn Foundation in memory of James Wood. © by The Irving Penn Foundation. The complete series of master photographer Irving Penn’s close-ups of Manhattan pavements […]

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Dallas Museum of Art publishes catalogue of South and Southeast Asian art

The Dallas Museum of Art announced the publication of the first catalogue dedicated to exploring the Museum’s collection of over 450 works of South and Southeast Asian art. The Arts of India, Southeast Asia, and the Himalayas at the Dallas Museum of Art is the second in a series of catalogues documenting the magnificent works […]

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Hayward Gallery opens Light Show

Hayward Gallery opens Light Show

The Hayward Gallery presents Light Show open 30 January – 28 April 2013, brings together sculptures and artworks that use light in different ways. The exhibition showcases artworks created since the 1960s. Light is used to sculpt and shape space, creating evocative environments and sensory works that play tricks with the viewer’s perception. From atmospheric […]

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MoMA PS1 announces February events

SUNDAY SESSIONS FEATURING BRADFORD COX AND YOUTH MUSEUM, A FILM BY GRANT SINGER Sunday, February 3, 12–6pm Premiere of Youth Museum and performance by Bradford Cox 4–6pm, the VW Dome Riot of Perfume magazine presents the premiere of Youth Museum, a short film by Grant Singer. The experimental film focuses on musician Bradford Cox, best […]

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Raven Row opens Bela Kolarova retrospective

Raven Row opens Bela Kolarova retrospective

Raven Row presents a retrospective of the work of Bela Kolarova (1923–2010). The show is both the first solo exhibition of the artist in the UK and the first major survey of her work outside the Czech Republic. From her trademark ‘artificial negatives,’ ‘light drawings’ and ‘derealised portraits’ to her assemblages and collages, Běla Kolářová […]

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Botín Foundation opens TINERARIOS (ITINERARIES) 2011/2012

Botín Foundation presents TINERARIOS (ITINERARIES) 2011/2012 on view 31 January–31 March 2013. Every year, the exhibition calendar of the Botín Foundation opens with this joint exhibition, where the use by the artists of these nine months of intense creativity is assessed, showcasing a faithful view of their latest artistic proposals. A diversity of origins, work […]

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Museum of Flight Scene of Popsicle Stick Bridge Contest and Engineering Fair Feb. 9

Museum of Flight Scene of Popsicle Stick Bridge Contest and Engineering Fair Feb. 9

Annual events showcase broken bridges and high-tech careers SEATTLE, – Science and engineering enthusiasts will find a home at The Museum of Flight on Feb. 9, as the Museum again hosts the dynamic Popsicle Stick Bridge Contest and Engineering Fair. Doors open for the Bridge Contest at 8 a.m., while the Engineering Fair runs from […]

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Michener Art Museum Exhibits Sensuous Forms of Ground-breaking Sculptor Karl Stirner

DOYLESTOWN, PA — Picasso may have been the first sculptor to work in iron, and David Smith’s works may have signaled the beginning of steel sculpture, but Karl Stirner was among the first to strip metal of its suggestiveness and allow it to become purely abstract, to reveal its pure form. Transformations II: Works in […]

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