Fine Art

Heckscher Museum of Art Presents Identity Crisis Authenticity Attribution and Appropriation

Heckscher Museum of Art Presents Identity Crisis Authenticity Attribution and Appropriation

The Heckscher Museum of Art presents Identity Crisis: Authenticity, Attribution and Appropriation. This exceptional exhibition which opens on January 15, 2011 and runs through March 27, 2011, explores issues relating to the artistic use of other artists’ styles and images in historical and contemporary works. Historically popular artists had followers, imitators and forgers, while more […]

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Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art (Hiroshima MOCA) Art Prize Won by Yoko Ono

Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art (Hiroshima MOCA) Art Prize Won by Yoko Ono

The City of Hiroshima has selected the winner of the 8th Hiroshima Art Prize, Ms. Yoko Ono (born 1933 in Tokyo, currently lives in New York). Yoko Ono. Photo by Charlotte Muhl and Sean Lennon, 2009. Courtesy of Yoko Ono About the Hiroshima Art Prize Established by the City of Hiroshima in 1989, the Hiroshima […]

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Art Institute of Chicago Appoints Elizabeth Hurley as Vice President for Development

The Art Institute of Chicago announce the appointment of Elizabeth Hurley as the museum’s new Vice President for Development, effective February 14, 2011. In this capacity, Hurley will assume responsibility for overseeing all aspects of the museum’s fundraising goals—including the Annual Fund, major gifts, planned giving, institutional giving, and development operations. “Development is a critical […]

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Long Beach Museum of Art Presents Influential Element Exploring the Impact of Water

Long Beach Museum of Art Presents Influential Element Exploring the Impact of Water

The Long Beach Museum of Art presents Influential Element: Exploring the Impact of Water on view now through April 3, 2011. Influential Element features 24 contemporary works by California-based artists who seek to explore the infinite ways in which water impacts our everyday life. Artists included in the exhibition are Young-Il Ahn, Lynn Aldrich, Adam […]

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