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South Carolina Confederate Relic Room & Military Museum Upcoming Exhibitions

Bold Banners: Early Civil War Flags of South Carolina Early Confederate battle flags from South Carolina display an incredible amount of artistry and patriotism in their design. These flags lack the stereotypical Confederate battle flag design and instead demonstrate individuality among units and their hometown supporters. Approximately 15 early war flags, some recently conserved and […]

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Castello di Rivoli Museum of Contemporary Art Presents John McCracken Retrospective

Castello di Rivoli Museum of Contemporary Art Presents John McCracken Retrospective

The Castello di Rivoli Museum of Contemporary Art presents the largest retrospective to date of the American artist John McCracken (b. 1934, Berkeley, California. Lives and works in Santa Fe, New Mexico). Exhibition open 22 February–19 June 2011. Among the leading historic exponents of the American Minimalism, together with Donald Judd, Carl Andre, Dan Flavin, […]

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South Carolina Confederate Relic Room & Military Museum Presents Shield and Storm 20th Anniversary of the Persian Gulf War

The South Carolina Confederate Relic Room & Military Museum presents Shield and Storm: 20th Anniversary of the Persian Gulf War on view through June 25, 2011. n the First Persian Gulf War (August 1990-February 1991), the United States, and 33 of its allies, coordinated to expel Iraqi forces from Kuwait. Although called “The Mother of […]

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Guggenheim Exhibition Explores Language and Translation

Guggenheim Exhibition Explores Language and Translation

The Deutsche Bank Series at the Guggenheim: Found in Translation brings together eleven works by eleven artists that look to translation as both a model and a metaphor to critically comment on the past and to produce richly imagined possibilities for the present. Drawn from private loans and from the Guggenheim’s extensive collection of video, […]

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