October, 2013

Art Gallery of South Australia gifted John Glover painting

Art Gallery of South Australia gifted John Glover painting

The John Glover painting Baptism on the Ouse River by Rev. Henry Dowling, 1838, has been generously donated to the Art Gallery of South Australia by the benefactor Max Carter, AO. Valued at $3.5 million the painting is an exceptional example of the artist’s work and will greatly enhance the Art Gallery’s Australian art collection. […]

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Museum of Fine Arts St. Petersburg announces Recent Acquisitions

Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg presents Recent Acquisitions. Prints, Drawings and Photographs, an exhibition on view October 26 – March 2, 2014. The collection has grown by more than 1,100 works since the Hazel Hough Wing opened in 2008. This is in addition to a gift of approximately 15,000 photographs from The Ludmila Dandrew […]

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Haus der Kulturen der Welt announce Aernout Mik Speaking in Tongues

Haus der Kulturen der Welt announce Aernout Mik Speaking in Tongues

Haus der Kulturen der Welt present Aernout Mik Speaking in Tongues with Lars Eidinger, Burkhart Klaußner, and many others on November 15, 2013–January 12, 2014. Dutch video artist Aernout Mik’s work Speaking in Tongues makes manifestations of new transnational religious movements experienceable. The multichannel installation places documentary video recordings of Pentecostal churches in Brazil and […]

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Henie Onstad Kunstsenter opens Lea Porsager FOOD FOR THE MOON — Sluggish and Well-lubricated

Henie Onstad Kunstsenter presents Lea Porsager FOOD FOR THE MOON — Sluggish and Well-lubricated on view October 24, 2013–February 9, 2014. In FOOD FOR THE MOON, Porsager “squirms” her way through Gurdjieff’s theories with, as she says, a “certain impoliteness.” Inside HOK’s crescent moon-shaped architecture, FOOD FOR THE MOON takes a queer quantum leap away […]

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