April, 2013

Norton Simon Museum opens Beyond Brancusi: The Space of Sculpture

Norton Simon Museum presents Beyond Brancusi: The Space of Sculpture a Group Show curated by: Leah Lehmbeck on view April 26th – January 6th, 2014. Featuring 19 works from the Museum’s renowned collection of post-war art, by sculptors as diverse as Henry Moore, Isamu Noguchi, Barbara Hepworth, Donald Judd, Carl Andre, John McCracken and Robert […]

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When You’re Lost, Everything’s A Sign: Self-Taught Art from The House of Blues

When You’re Lost, Everything’s A Sign: Self-Taught Art from The House of Blues

THE OGDEN MUSEUM OF SOUTHERN ART university of new orleans – When You’re Lost, Everything’s A Sign: Self-Taught Art from The House of Blues – More than 100 pieces from the House of Blues art collection on view—many for the first time Leroy Almon, Devil Fishing, 1992. From the House of Blues Collection NEW ORLEANS, […]

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Fruitmarket Gallery announces David Batchelor: Flatlands

Fruitmarket Gallery presents David Batchelor: Flatlands on 4 May–14 July 2013. David Batchelor (b. 1955, Dundee) is best known for his vividly coloured sculptural installations of illuminated lightboxes, industrial dollies, and other found objects. These three-dimensional works perhaps belie the fact that the root of his interest is and always has been in drawing, painting, […]

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Rarely Seen Photography and Video of Russian Counterculture During Perestroika

Rarely Seen Photography and Video of Russian Counterculture During Perestroika

April 20 through September 13, 2013 Opening Reception May 1, 2013 Young people restless in the late 1980s turned to art to express themselves in a city repeatedly at the forefront of change, embracing a DIY attitude in all their endeavors. They experimented with photography and the newly available medium of video; their music declared […]

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What Becomes a Legend Most? The Blackglama Photographs  from the Collection of Peter Rogers

What Becomes a Legend Most? The Blackglama Photographs from the Collection of Peter Rogers

What Becomes a Legend Most? The Blackglama Photographs from the Collection of Peter Rogers • More than 50 photographs from this iconic advertising campaign go on view March 14, 2013 • Blackglama Gala: A Legendary Evening honoring Peter Rogers, March 16, 2013 Shirley MacLaine. Photograph by Bill King. From the Collection of Peter Rogers NEW […]

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Southern Regionalist Artists the focus of exhibitions opening at Ogden Museum of Southern Art

Southern Regionalist Artists the focus of exhibitions opening at Ogden Museum of Southern Art

Works by William R. Hollingsworth Jr., Eudora Welty, and Walter Anderson, as well as selections from the Ogden Museum’s Permanent Collection go on view April 18 Eudora Welty, Members of Pageant of Birds, 1930s, (c) Eudora Welty,LLL, Eudora Welty Collection NEW ORLEANS, LA – While the 1930s and 1940s were a time of great change […]

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Signal – Center for Contemporary Art presents E as in Invisible E as in Invincible E as in Disappear

Signal – Center for Contemporary Art presents E as in Invisible E as in Invincible E as in Disappear, Marcel Dzama, Jeuno JE Kim & Lasse Krog Møller, Olivia Plender on 3 May–16 June 2013. Break down, condense, transform, attack. When Rammellzee armours and empowers the letters, he does it in order to free them […]

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