January, 2013

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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Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg announces Photographing the City exhibition

Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg announces Photographing the City exhibition

Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg announces Photographing the City, an exhibition on view February 9, 2013 through May 26, 2013. Edouard Baldus (French, born Prussia, 1813-1889), Panorama of Paris (1852). Albumen print. Gift of The Stuart Society. This exhibition explores how nineteenth and twentieth-century photographers responded to cities and towns, presented and preserved their […]

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Utah Museum of Fine Arts February 2013 Exhibitions and Events

SPECIAL EVENTS Highlights of the Collection Tour 6:30 p.m. on the first Wednesday of the month and 1:30 p.m. on all Saturdays and Sundays | FREE with general Museum admission Experience the UMFA galleries through a thirty-minute tour with a docent. No pre-registration necessary. Anthropology Film Series Wednesdays, February 6, 13, and 20 | 7 […]

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UC Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive opens Silence

UC Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive opens Silence

UC Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive opens Silence on view January 30, 2013 – April 28, 2013. What is silence? Can we possibly hear silence, see nothingness, experience anything outside the continuum of time? John Cage famously asserted that there is no such thing as silence or empty space or empty time: “There […]

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Contemporary Jewish Museum presents We Heart Kehinde

Contemporary Jewish Museum presents We Heart Kehinde on February 14 at 6:30-8pm. Passion and art collide for this Valentine’s Day-inspired talk with world-renowned artist Kehinde Wiley and Emmy-nominated actress CCH Pounder. Kehinde Wiley is known for vibrant, large-scale paintings of young, urban, T-shirt clad men of color he encounters on streets around the world and […]

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Chester Collections announce French Naturalist Painters

Chester Collections announce French Naturalist Painters

Chester Collections present French Naturalist Painters: 1890-1950, an exhibition on view Tuesday 29 January untill Saturday 16 February 2013. Victor-Ferdinand Bourgeois (1870 – 1957), Après-midi de printemps – vue de Chexbres. Oil on canvas, 81.5 x 101.5 cm. Painted in 1911. Photo: Chester Collections / Lucas Olivet (Genève). Born at the beginning of the Impressionist […]

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Tate Britain opens Kurt Schwitters exhibition

Tate Britain opens Kurt Schwitters exhibition

Tate Britain has opened an exhibition of work by Kurt Schwitters exhibition, on view 30 January–12 May 2013. Kurt Schwitters, EN MORN, 1947. © DACS 2012. Photo © Centre Pompidou, MNAM-CCI, Dist. RMN / Bertrand Prévost. This exhibition focuses on Schwitters’s short but extraordinary exile in Britain. After being declared a ‘degenerate’ artist in pre-war […]

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