Fine Art

Haggerty Museum of Art Presents The Truth is Not in the Mirror

The Haggerty Museum of Art presents The Truth is Not in the Mirror: Photography and a Constructed Identity on view an. 19 – May 22, 2011. Photography as a medium has always been actively concerned with describing identity. While a portrait is typically an artistic representation of a person where verisimilitude is the goal, here […]

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Nottingham Contemporary Presents Anne Collier and Jack Goldstein

Nottingham Contemporary presents related solo exhibitions by Anne Collier and Jack Goldstein from 22 January to 27 March. Anne Collier is one of the most exciting artists working in photography to have emerged in recent years. Around half her work involves re-photographing mass-circulated photographic imagery: record covers and posters of movie and pop stars. The […]

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Salvador Dali Museum Opens in Florida

Salvador Dali Museum Opens in Florida

The new Dali Museum has opened in Saint Petersburg, Florida More than 2,100 works by Salvador Dali including nearly 100 oil paintings, will be on show at the new museum, the largest collection of Dali’s work outside Spain. The Dali Museum has been designed by Yann Weymouth of global architectural practice Hellmuth, Obata and Kassabaum […]

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Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) Appoints New Executive Director

The Council of the ICA announce the appointment of Gregor Muir as the new Executive Director of the ICA. He will take up his post on 7 February 2011. Gregor has, since 2004, been the Director of Hauser & Wirth London, organising exhibitions in London, Zurich and New York with artists such as Francis Picabia, […]

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