Fine Art

Museum Tinguely Opens New Version of the Two-Man Orchestra Led by Wilhelm Bruck and Matthias Wursch

Museum Tinguely Opens New Version of the Two-Man Orchestra Led by Wilhelm Bruck and Matthias Wursch

Museum Tinguely presents New Version of the Two-Man Orchestra Led by Wilhelm Bruck and Matthias Wursch, 6 April – 15 March 2011. Zwei-Mann-Orchester [Two-Man Orchestra] for two one-man orchestras (1971–73), described by its creator Mauricio Kagel (1931–2008) as an ‘unautonomous automatophone’, is surely one of the strangest yet most original pieces of contemporary music ever […]

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The Metropolitan Museum of Art Opens Rooms with a View First Exhibition to Focus on Motif of the Open Window in 19th Century Art

The Metropolitan Museum of Art Opens Rooms with a View First Exhibition to Focus on Motif of the Open Window in 19th Century Art

During the Romantic era, the open window appeared either as the sole subject or the main feature in many pictures of interiors that were filled with a poetic play of light and perceptible silence. Rooms with a View: The Open Window in the 19th Century, at The Metropolitan Museum of Art from April 5 through […]

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High Museum of Art Presents Alfred Stieglitz and His Circle: American Moderns from Atlanta Collections

The High Museum Presents Alfred Stieglitz and His Circle: American Moderns from Atlanta Collections. In conjunction with “John Marin’s Watercolors,” the High will also host “Alfred Stieglitz and His Circle: American Moderns from Atlanta Collections” from June 18 through September 25, 2011. The exhibition will consist of more than 40 works both borrowed from major […]

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Portland Museum of Art 2011 Art Biennial

Portland Museum of Art 2011 Art Biennial

The Portland Museum of Art Biennial, open April 7, 2011 – June 5, 2011, showcases the best in today’s art world by artists associated with Maine, from digital video to painting, installation to photography, sculpture to prints, and more. This exhibition will feature 65 works by 47 artists. As a series, the Biennial exhibitions create […]

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Demuth Museum Exhibits Work of Renowned Illustrator Barry Root

Demuth Museum Exhibits Work of Renowned Illustrator Barry Root

The Demuth Museum’s current exhibition features the work of renowned illustrator Barry Root, who makes his home in Lancaster. Root began his career working in magazine illustration in New York City. After meeting his wife Kimberly, also a well-known illustrator, the Roots moved to Lancaster. Barry Root, Page from Messenger, Messenger, 2000, watercolor and gouache […]

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