Fine Art

Spelman College Museum of Fine Art Organizes Special Exhibition of 20 Women Artists and Fashion Designers

Spelman College Museum of Fine Art Organizes Special Exhibition of 20 Women Artists and Fashion Designers

Spelman College Museum of Fine Art’s fall exhibition “AFRICA FORECAST: Fashioning Contemporary Life” draws bold inspiration from trends in African style. The result is an original multidisciplinary exhibition, on view September 15 through December 3, 2016, which explores how 20 women artists and designers from Africa and of African descent shape, imagine and redefine the […]

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PEER UK Announce Wherewithal Exhibition

PEER UK Announce Wherewithal Exhibition

Wherewithal is a showcase exhibition that brings together four diverse, emerging artists who are all completing a year-long Acme studio award for recent graduates. Alison Ballance’s deft organisation of hand woven textiles, print works, watercolour drawings and texts, is a restrained yet emphatic way of talking about doubt. Rutie Borthwick’s practice focuses on how the […]

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Baltimore Museum of Art announces GUERRILLA GIRLS poster exhibition

Baltimore Museum of Art announces GUERRILLA GIRLS poster exhibition

BALTIMORE, MD – The Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) presents Front Room: Guerrilla Girls, a selection of 48 works by the New York-based anonymous feminist collective known for using humor to confront sexism and racism in the art world. The works are drawn from their Portfolio Compleat—a compilation of nearly 90 projects undertaken by the […]

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Baltimore Museum of Art to Open JOHN WATERS KIDDIE FLAMINGOS exhibition

Baltimore Museum of Art to Open JOHN WATERS KIDDIE FLAMINGOS exhibition

BALTIMORE, MD – The Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) presents Black Box: John Waters’ Kiddie Flamingos, on view September 21, 2016 through January 22, 2017. For the 2014 video, Waters filmed children reading a G-rated version of the cult classic, Pink Flamingos, and has said this new version is in some ways more perverse than […]

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Northern Kentucky University’s Steely Library Presents an  Art Exhibition and Talk Featuring Works by Thomas S. Noble

Northern Kentucky University’s Steely Library Presents an Art Exhibition and Talk Featuring Works by Thomas S. Noble

Cincinnati, OH – Northern Kentucky University’s Steely Library will present an art exhibition on the work of Thomas S. Noble, a prominent 19th century artist from Lexington, KY. Born on a plantation to a family of slave-owners, Noble was well known for creating Civil War era historical paintings depicting the cruelty of slavery. Classically trained […]

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The Glass House Presents Yayoi Kusama’s Specific Installation Dots Obsession-Alive, Seeking for Eternal Hope

The Glass House Presents Yayoi Kusama’s Specific Installation Dots Obsession-Alive, Seeking for Eternal Hope

The Glass House is pleased to present Yayoi Kusama: Dots Obsession-Alive, Seeking for Eternal Hope, the third part of the Yayoi Kusama: Narcissus Garden landscape installation on view throughout the season in celebration of the 110th anniversary of Philip Johnson’s birth and the 10th anniversary of the opening of the Glass House site to the […]

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Cincinnati Museum Center and Miami University collaborate to offer exhibit gallery talks

Cincinnati Museum Center and Miami University collaborate to offer exhibit gallery talks

Professors and faculty shine new light on Da Vinci – The Genius CINCINNATI – A team of experts is stopping by Da Vinci – The Genius to help guests learn even more about history’s most brilliant mind. Professors and staff from Miami University will host gallery talks at Cincinnati Museum Center on Saturday, August 20 […]

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Karla Klarin: Subdividing the Landscape at Northridge Art Galleries

Karla Klarin: Subdividing the Landscape at Northridge Art Galleries

California State University, Northridge Art Galleries is proud to present the exhibition, Karla Klarin: Subdividing the LAndscape, which surveys for the first time Karla Klarin’s career-long fascination with the unheroic, overlooked, and quotidian landscapes of an imperfect yet beloved city. Raised in the San Fernando Valley, and one of the first artists to live and […]

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From Generation to Generation: Inherited Memory and Contemporary Art at the Contemporary Jewish Museum

From Generation to Generation: Inherited Memory and Contemporary Art at the Contemporary Jewish Museum

“From Generation to Generation: Inherited Memory and Contemporary Art” presents work by twenty-four artists who grapple with memories that are not their own. The diverse group of local and international art practitioners, some of whom have never before exhibited in the United States, consider many forms of inherited, often traumatic, memory from the personal to […]

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