January, 2009

Jeremy Strick Named Director of Nasher Sculpture Center

Jeremy Strick Named Director of Nasher Sculpture Center

The Board of Directors of the Nasher Sculpture Center in Dallas, Texas, announced today the appointment of Jeremy Strick as the Center’s new Director. Mr. Strick will begin his position on March 2, 2009. His selection follows an extensive international search led a by a committee established by the Center’s Board of Directors. Mr. Strick […]

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The Akron Art Museum Presents Edward Weston: Life Work

Edward Weston: Life Work, on view at the Akron Art Museum January 31 – April 26, 2009, surveys the five-decade career of this American master through an outstanding grouping of over 100 vintage photographs. Astonishingly, all the works are from the collection of one couple, New York photography collectors Michael Mattis and Judith Hochberg. Weston, […]

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Marlene Dumas, Jim Hodges and Yayoi Kusama Works Acquired by the Dallas Museum of Art

The Dallas Museum of Art has announced the acquisition of three major works of contemporary art, each significant additions to the Museum’s collection. The works are: Marlene Dumas’s For Whom the Bell Tolls (2008), an expressive portrait based upon a 1943 photograph of Ingrid Bergman. Jim Hodges’s and still this (2005-08), a dazzling gold-leaf painting […]

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International Artexpo New York

International Artexpo New York (www.artexpos.com), the world’s largest popular and fine art fair, announces its return to the Jacob Javits Center from Thursday, February 26 – Monday, March 2, 2009. Now in its 31st year, Artexpo New York will showcase exciting original artworks, prints, and the latest trends in the art world from more than […]

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