January, 2013

Groninger Museum presents The Veendorp Collection

Groninger Museum presents The Veendorp Collection

Groninger Museum presents The Veendorp Collection in an exhibition on view through 17 MARCH 2013. Matthijs Maris, Meisje aan de pomp, 1872. The collection of the Groningen art collector Reurt Jan Veendorp consists of more than 400 unique objects including paintings, prints, drawings, sculptures and ceramics. The emphasis lies on Dutch art from the second […]

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Haus der Kulturen der Welt announces The Anthropocene Project 2013–2014

Haus der Kulturen der Welt announces The Anthropocene Project 2013–2014. An Opening 10–13 January 2013. Nature as we know it is a concept that belongs to the past. No longer a force separate from and ambivalent to human activity, nature is not an obstacle nor a harmonious other. Humanity forms nature. Humanity and nature are […]

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Goethe-Institut New York presents The End(s) of the Library

Goethe-Institut New York presents The End(s) of the Library

Goethe-Institut New York presents The End(s) of the Library with Julieta Aranda, Fia Backström & R. Lyon, David Horvitz, Christian Philipp Müller, and The Serving Library, on view through June 21, 2013. Installation view of David Horvitz, How Can a Digital be Gift? at the Goethe-Institut New York Library, 2012. Photo: Adam Reich. The End(s) […]

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Jan. 17 International Holocaust Remembrance Day Program Features Holocaust Survivor Robert Herschkowitz

Lecture asks “should the Allies have bombed Auschwitz?” SEATTLE – On Jan. 17, The Museum of Flight in conjunction with the Washington State Holocaust Education Resource Center (WSHERC), presents an evening lecture about one of the most provocative questions of World War II: “Should the Allies have bombed Auschwitz?” After wide-ranging debate, the Allies chose […]

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