January, 2014

Kunsthall Trondheim presents Ulla West: Library of the Evil Spirit

Kunsthall Trondheim presents Ulla West: Library of the Evil Spirit on view January 16–February 27, 2014. Kunsthall Trondheim’s first exhibition in 2014 presents Ulla West’s project Library of the Evil Spirit. The project takes its starting point in the writings of Thomas Bernhard (Austria 1931–1989) and what he described as “a mobile library with the […]

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Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis Spring 2014 exhibitions

Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis Spring 2014 exhibitions

Joyce Pensato: I KILLED KENNY January 24–April 13 Joyce Pensato: I KILLED KENNY—the artist’s first museum survey—brings together recent work with seminal earlier pieces. The exhibition features a monumental site-specific mural as well as charcoal drawings and key paintings. Pensato’s gestural paintings and drawings appropriate iconic American cartoon characters, combining menacing abstraction with comedic representation. […]

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Kunstverein Gottingen 2014 exhibition program

Nevin Aladag: Zugabe (Encore) January 19–March 9 The exhibition presents works by Nevin Aladag, which address public space as a realm where belonging and cultural identity are constantly being renegotiated and reformulated. From intimate stagings, to interventions, sound pieces, video installations, and photography, Aladag’s oeuvre examines these processes through playful recombinations of ordinary objects and […]

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Canadian Cultural Centre announces Get Hold of This Space A Geography of Conceptual Art in Canada

Canadian Cultural Centre announces Get Hold of This Space A Geography of Conceptual Art in Canada

The Canadian Cultural Centre presents Get Hold of This Space A Geography of Conceptual Art in Canada on view February 7–April 25, 2014. The Canadian Cultural Centre presents, in two successive parts, a major exhibition on the conceptual art that developed in Canada, from the East Coast to West Coast but also in the Arctic […]

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Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art receives bequest from Estate of Charles H. Schwartz

The Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art announce it has received a $9.6 million bequest from the estate of Charles H. Schwartz. This gift is the largest bequest received by the museum in its history, and will establish an endowment to expand and enhance the museum’s collection of English and European works of art from the […]

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National Museums Scotland presents Mammoths of the Ice Age

National Museums Scotland presents Mammoths of the Ice Age

National Museum of Scotland presents Mammoths of the Ice Age an exhibition on view 24 January – 20 April 2014. Journey back in time hundreds of thousands of years and discover the animals of the ice age at the first UK showing of this interactive, family-friendly exhibition. Joust with mammoth tusks, find out what mammoth […]

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Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) announces Helen Pashgian: Light Invisible

The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) presents Helen Pashgian: Light Invisible, the first solo presentation of the Los Angeles–based Light and Space artist at a major museum. The exhibition on view March 30–June 29, 2014 debuts a new large-scale work comprised of 12 two-part columns framed out of molded acrylic, made specifically for […]

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