March, 2014

British Library acquires renaissance masterwork of manuscript illumination for the nation

British Library acquires renaissance masterwork of manuscript illumination for the nation

An illuminated play text from the fifteenth century, has been acquired for the nation and allocated to the British Library by HM Government in lieu of Inheritance Tax under the Acceptance in Lieu (AIL) Scheme which is administered by Arts Council England on behalf of the Department for Culture Media and Sport. The acquisition was […]

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The Jewish Museum presents Other Primary Structures

The Jewish Museum presents a major exhibition of sculpture from the 1960s featuring the work of artists from Latin America, Asia, Africa, the Middle East, and Eastern Europe, much of which has rarely been seen in the United States. Other Primary Structures revisits the premise of and builds upon the Museum’s seminal 1966 exhibition Primary […]

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Royal Ontario Museum opens Forbidden City: Inside the Court of China’s Emperors

Royal Ontario Museum opens Forbidden City: Inside the Court of China’s Emperors

The Royal Ontario Museum presents Forbidden City: Inside the Court of China’s Emperors, presented by the Robert H.N. Ho Family Foundation with Manulife as Lead Sponsor. The exhibition is on display in the Garfield Weston Exhibition Hall from Saturday, March 8 until Monday, September 1, 2014. More than 80 of the exhibition’s objects, including textiles, […]

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Frankfurter Kunstverein Seeks New Director

The Frankfurter Kunstverein (founded in 1829) is a national and internationally renowned exhibition venue for contemporary art and one of the oldest and largest art associations (Kunstvereine) in Germany. Since 1962 it has been located at the Steinernes Haus on the Römerberg, where it has over 800 square meters of exhibition space at its disposal. […]

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