December, 2013

Moderna Museet adds 200 paintings, sculptures, and drawings added to Collection

During 2013, the Moderna Museet Collection of modern and contemporary art – one of the most important in the world – was augmented by more than 200 artworks by both Swedish and foreign artists. The new works consolidate Moderna Museet’s position as the Nordic countries’ leading museum for modern and contemporary art. They extend and […]

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Orange County Museum of Art presents California Landscape Into Abstraction

Orange County Museum of Art presents California Landscape Into Abstraction

The Orange County Museum of Art presents California Landscape Into Abstraction an exhibition on view through MARCH 9. One of the recurring themes in California art over the past century is the relationship between abstraction and landscape. Particularly in Southern California, a deep schism opened up in the 1930s between naturalist landscape painters and those […]

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Royal Academy of Arts Presents Holding up Childhood

The Royal Academy of Arts in London presents Holding up Childhood an exhibition on view through 12 January 2014. An exhibition of work by children and young people mentored by Kids Company, many of the artists have taken inspiration from the Aboriginal works in our Australia exhibition, while others have drawn on themes of loneliness […]

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Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art presents J.D. Fergusson exhibition

Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art presents J.D. Fergusson exhibition

The Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art presents J.D. Fergusson an exhibition on view through 15 June 2014. Bringing together well over 100 paintings, sculptures and works on paper by the Scottish Colourist, the exhibition will celebrate the importance of one of the UK’s greatest twentieth-century artists. The outstanding features of the exhibition include examples […]

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British Museum Sutton Hoo and Europe AD 300-1100 Display

A new display showcases highlights from the collections while their permanent home, Room 41, is being refurbished. The new gallery will reopen in Spring 2014. The British Museum’s collections covering the period AD 300 to 1100 are among the largest and most comprehensive in the world, extending from Spain to the Black Sea and from […]

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FALL INTO MOVEMENT: A Celebration of the Intersections of Dance, Music

FALL INTO MOVEMENT: A Celebration of the Intersections of Dance, Music

The Fulton Street Collective would like to announce the opening of a community driven collaboration, an art exhibit uniting the talents of several up and coming local artists. Fall Into Movement is a celebration of the intersections of dance, music, and the visual arts, aiming to connect active Chicago artists and encourage multi-disciplinary collaboration. Dance […]

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Sharjah Art Foundation presents Ilya and Emilia Kabakov: A Collective Memory

Sharjah Art Foundation presents Ilya and Emilia Kabakov: A Collective Memory on view through 23 February 2014 an exhibition that traces the life and work of Ilya and Emilia Kabakov. American artists born in the Soviet Union, their work fuses elements of the everyday with those of the conceptual. While often rooted in the Soviet […]

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Art Gallery of Alberta presents Of Heaven and Earth: 500 Years of Italian Painting

Art Gallery of Alberta presents Of Heaven and Earth: 500 Years of Italian Painting

The Art Gallery of Alberta presents Of Heaven and Earth: 500 Years of Italian Painting from Glasgow Museums, an exhibition on view through March 9, 2014. With 41 works by some of the greatest names in European art—like Giovanni Bellini, Sandro Botticelli and Titian—this exhibition examines the evolution of Italian painting, from the religious artworks […]

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National Museum of Australia presents Arnhem Land barks

The National Museum of Australia in Canberra presents Arnhem Land barks in an exhibition on view to 20 July 2014. Old Masters: Australia’s Great Bark Artists celebrates the genius of master bark painters who worked on eucalyptus bark from northern Australia. With over 2000 works of art on bark, the National Museum holds the world’s […]

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Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum presents Xaviera Simmons Underscore

Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum presents Xaviera Simmons Underscore

The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum presents Xaviera Simmons Underscore an exhibition on view to March 9, 2014. Xaviera Simmons’s body of work spans photography, performance, video, sound and installation. She defines her studio practice, which is rooted in an ongoing investigation of experience, memory, abstraction, present and future histories, and specifically shifting notions surrounding landscape, […]

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Whitechapel Gallery announces Hannah Hoch exhibition

Whitechapel Gallery presents Hannah Hoch an exhibition on view 15 January – 23 March 2014. Hannah Höch (1889-1978) was an important member of the Berlin Dada movement and a pioneer in collage. Splicing together images from fashion magazines and illustrated journals, she created a humorous and moving commentary on society during a time of tremendous […]

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DeCordova Sculpture Park and Museum presents Orly Genger Red, Yellow and Blue

DeCordova Sculpture Park and Museum presents Orly Genger Red, Yellow and Blue

DeCordova Sculpture Park and Museum presents Orly Genger Red, Yellow and Blue on view through Sep 01, 2014. Red, Yellow and Blue features Genger’s renowned usage of hand-knotted, paint-covered rope, configured in bright, undulating walls in three primary colors that wind through deCordova’s 30-acre lawn, pathways, and hillsides. At deCordova, the work is comprised of […]

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