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Sir John Soane’s Museum Presents Michael Petry Bad Seed

Sir John Soane’s Museum presents Michael Petry: Bad Seed on view through 12 March 2011. The second part of Petry’s residency at the Soane sees the artist return to the Museum with works inspired by Sir John Soanes’ family history. The resultant biomorphic sculptures, in blown glass, take their inspiration from the legendry incubus and […]

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BIG WINS THE COMPETITION TO DESIGN GREENLAND’S NEW NATIONAL GALLERY

BIG WINS THE COMPETITION TO DESIGN GREENLAND’S NEW NATIONAL GALLERY

BIG + TNT Nuuk + Ramboll Nuuk + Arkitekti is the winning team to design the new National Gallery of Greenland in the country’s capital Nuuk, among invited proposals totaling 6 Nordic architects. Located on a steep slope overlooking the most beautiful of Greenland’s fjords, the 3000 m2 National Gallery will serve as a cultural […]

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The Drawing Center Presents Drawn from Photography

The Drawing Center Presents Drawn from Photography

Drawn from Photography, on view in the Main Gallery from February 18–March 31, 2011, showcases 13 artists who use drawing to meticulously translate images originally received through photo-based media or digital circulation. Drawings feature scenes of social transformation from the last two centuries including scenes of war and protest as well as views of urban […]

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Knoxville Museum of Art Presents Video Works by Peter Sarkisian

Knoxville Museum of Art Presents Video Works by Peter Sarkisian

The Knoxville Museum of Art presents Peter Sarkisian: Video Works, 1996-2008 from February 11 through April 24, 2011. Sarkisian’s art lies at the intersection of film, video, and sculpture. Sarkisian began his career as a filmmaker in the late 1980s, but later began to experiment by projecting moving images onto three-dimensional forms to free video […]

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