April, 2014

Bass Museum of Art opens Gravity and Grace: Monumental Works by El Anatsui

The Bass Museum of Art in Miami Beach presents Gravity and Grace: Monumental Works by El Anatsui on view April 11–August 10, 2014. Gravity and Grace highlights internationally renowned artist El Anatsui’s most recent work and features twelve monumental metal wall and floor sculptures that are widely considered to represent the apex of his career. […]

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The Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Greater China Curatorial Residency Programme 2014: call for research proposals

The Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Greater China Curatorial Residency Programme 2014: call for research proposals

Asia Art Archive (AAA) announces the 2014 call for proposals for The Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Greater China Curatorial Residency Programme. With support from the The Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation, the grant offers a one-year fellowship to support curators interested in developing historical or research-oriented art exhibitions relating to contemporary art […]

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Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago Opens Isa Genzken: Retrospective

The Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago presents Isa Genzken: Retrospective on view April 12–August 3, 2014. This exhibition of work by the renowned Berlin-based German artist, organized jointly by MCA Chicago, the Museum of Modern Art in New York, and the Dallas Museum of Art, seeks to introduce American audiences to the breadth of Genzken’s […]

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M – Museum Leuven presents Isabelle Cornaro exhibition

M – Museum Leuven presents Isabelle Cornaro exhibition

M – Museum Leuven presents Isabelle Cornaro an exhibition on view April 18–August 3, 2014. The installations, casts and films by Isabelle Cornaro (b. 1974, France) evince an interest in the way our perspectives are historically and culturally conditioned. Due to Cornaro’s training as an art historian specialised in 16th- and 17th-century Western art, her […]

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Henry Moore Institute Programme highlights 2014-2015

The Henry Moore Institute is a centre for the study of sculpture. The 2014 exhibition programme features a series of exhibitions addressing relationships between sculpture and the model, drawing, photography and the event. Spring Vladimir and Georgii Stenberg: Construction for a Spatial Structure VI (KPS6, 1919/73) Trained engineers, the Stenberg brothers (1899–1982/1900–33) were central to […]

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Spring 2014 Programs at the Glass House

Spring 2014 Programs at the Glass House

Glass House Presents is an ongoing series of public programs – including conversations, performances, and gatherings – that sustains the site’s historic role as a meeting place for artists, architects, and other creative minds. Before each event, visitors will enjoy the opportunity to explore the Glass House campus and view current exhibitions, including Fujiko Nakaya: […]

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Cincinnati Museum Center honors volunteers

Cincinnati Museum Center honors volunteers

Volunteers contributed over 73,000 to Museum Center in 2013 CINCINNATI – Cincinnati Museum Center honored its more than 550 volunteers at a special banquet Tuesday night.The 23rd Annual Volunteer Appreciation Banquet coincided with National Volunteer Week and gave Museum Center an opportunity to celebrate the heart of the institution. The Volunteer Appreciation Banquet was a […]

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Ohio Statuary Hall Commission announces Request for Qualifications

Commission seeks artist proposals for Edison statue CINCINNATI – The Ohio Statuary Hall Commission (OSHC) issued a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) to artists as they begin the process of commissioning a statue of Thomas Edison to be added to Statuary Hall in the U.S. Capitol. The OSHC is seeking qualified artists to submit proposals for […]

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Two-day admission now at Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum ( CBMM )

Two-day admission now at Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum ( CBMM )

The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum (CBMM) has announced its general admission has been extended to cover a two-day visit to the museum’s waterfront campus and exhibits. The museum features twelve exhibit buildings situated over 18-acres of Miles River waterfront in St. Michaels, MD. The new admission structure went into effect March 1, and is priced […]

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