May, 2014

Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit (MOCAD) open Dara Friedman: Projecting José Lerma: La Bella Crisis Steve Locke: there is no one left to blame

Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit (MOCAD) open Dara Friedman: Projecting José Lerma: La Bella Crisis Steve Locke: there is no one left to blame

The Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit (MOCAD) presents Dara Friedman: Projecting José Lerma: La Bella Crisis Steve Locke: there is no one left to blame on view May 16—July 27, 2014. Dara Friedman: Projecting Dara Friedman: Projecting features three distinct works spanning the last seven years that focus on performance and public space. Musical is […]

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Cincinnati Museum Center debuts exhibit on World War I propaganda posters

Cincinnati Museum Center debuts exhibit on World War I propaganda posters

Online exhibit features posters from Museum Center collections CINCINNATI – Cincinnati Museum Center debuted a new online exhibit featuring World War I propaganda posters on May 12. The exhibit, World War I Propaganda Posters: Art That Shaped History, includes digital images of fifteen posters drawn from the Cincinnati History Library and Archives at Cincinnati Museum […]

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Jackson Hole Plein Air Fest Grows to More than 50 Artists

Jackson Hole Plein Air Fest Grows to More than 50 Artists

National Museum of Wildlife Art event offers inspired art and free outdoor fun for families Jackson Hole, Wyoming – Artists will take their inspiration from Jackson Hole’s famously beautiful natural surroundings at the third annual Plein Air Fest at the National Museum of Wildlife Art, scheduled for June 21 from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. […]

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Mudam Luxembourg announces Damage Control: Art and Destruction Since 1950

Mudam Luxembourg announces Damage Control: Art and Destruction Since 1950

Mudam Luxembourg presents Damage Control: Art and Destruction Since 1950 on view 12 July–12 October 2014. Destruction has played a wide range of roles in contemporary art—as rebellion or protest, as spectacle and release, or as an essential component of re-creation and restoration. Damage Control: Art and Destruction Since 1950, offers an overview, if by […]

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Christo to Receive Award and Deliver Lecture in Chappaqua on June 1

The Katonah Museum of Art will present Christo with its 2014 Himmel Award at a June 1 reception at Chappaqua Crossing Auditorium in Chappaqua, NY, to be followed by a lecture by the artist. During the lecture, “Christo and Jeanne-Claude: Two Works in Progress,” Christo will discuss Over the River for which he will suspend […]

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City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program presents Katharina Grosse psychylustro

City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program presents Katharina Grosse psychylustro

The City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program presents critically acclaimed Berlin-based visual artist Katharina Grosse’s psychylustro, a large-scale, site-specific public art project designed for Amtrak’s Northeast Corridor that transforms a major transportation thoroughfare with a series of seven bright, bold installations along Philadelphia’s rail gateway. Along with her team of artists, Grosse used her signature […]

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CBMM celebrates “Langley Shook Day” June 14

The skipjack Rosie Parks to sail again as part of the celebration The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum (CBMM) in St. Michaels, MD is inviting the public to join in celebration of the accomplishments of retiring President Langley Shook with “Langley Shook Day” on Saturday, June 14. “The museum is in a better place thanks to […]

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ONE NIGHT ONE CRAFT IS BACK AT THE CAC!

ONE NIGHT ONE CRAFT IS BACK AT THE CAC!

One Night One Craft is back! The CAC’s uber popular One Night One Craft (ONOC) series is back! On Monday nights from 6-8pm, the CAC turns into a lively makers night with some of the area’s most exciting crafty partners. Monday night is free thanks to Macy’s and the ONOC events have a small materials […]

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MAK – Austrian Museum of Applied Arts / Contemporary Art Opens MAK DESIGN LAB

Austrian Museum of Applied Arts / Contemporary Art, Vienna, celebrated its 150th anniversary by opening the MAK DESIGN LAB, which replaces the Study Collection in a 1,900-square-meter exhibition space. With the MAK DESIGN LAB, the museum has undertaken a radical repositioning that focuses the world-famous MAK Collection more clearly on everyday life and provides new […]

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