May, 2013

Armed Forces Day Celebration May 18

Armed Forces Day Celebration May 18

Outdoor activities with military flag raising ceremonies, live country music and military displays SEATTLE, – On May 18 The Museum of Flight commemorates Armed Forces Day with the Navy League of the United States, the Air Force Association, and the Association of the United States Army. Family events from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. include […]

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Centre Culturel Suisse de Paris opens Uriel Orlow, Unmade Film

Centre Culturel Suisse de Paris opens Uriel Orlow, Unmade Film

Centre Culturel Suisse de Paris presents Uriel Orlow, Unmade Film on view 3 May–14 July 2013. Uriel Orlow (born in Zurich; lives in London) makes modular multi-media installations that explore forms of haunting and bring different image regimes and narrative modes into correspondence. Unmade Film is an impossible film, fragmented into its constituent parts; a […]

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Kunstverein Hamburg presents John Bock: Der Pappenheimer and Nader Ahriman: Meta-Kubismus

Kunstverein Hamburg presents John Bock: Der Pappenheimer and Nader Ahriman: Meta-Kubismus on view until June 30, 2013. John Bock (b. 1965, lives in Berlin) initially studied Business Administration before continuing his education under Franz Erhard Walther at the University of Fine Arts Hamburg until 1997. It was already during this time that he developed the […]

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Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive opens Nicole Eisenman / MATRIX 248

Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive opens Nicole Eisenman / MATRIX 248

Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, University of California (BAM/PFA) presents Nicole Eisenman / MATRIX 248 on May 3–July 14, 2013, bringing together approximately forty works by the New York-based artist, produced since 2009. Intermixing historical styles associated with American Regionalism and the Italian Renaissance with German Expressionism, Eisenman twists the imagery, reimagining familiar […]

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