December, 2009

The Chemistry of Color: Contemporary African-American Art at The Columbia Museum of Art

The Chemistry of Color: Contemporary African-American Art at The Columbia Museum of Art

The Columbia Museum of Art celebrates its 60th anniversary year by hosting a major exhibition of art by contemporary African-American artists. The Chemistry of Color: Contemporary African-American Artists and its accompanying catalog chronicle the accomplishments and struggles of African-American artists in the latter half of the 20th century with approximately 72 works by a number […]

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Megan Olson – Beyond the Chains of Illusion at Berlin Art Projects

Megan Olson – Beyond the Chains of Illusion at Berlin Art Projects

With “Beyond the Chains of Illusion”, Berlin Art Projects presents the first-ever European solo exhibition of work by American painter Megan Olson. We look forward to welcoming you at the opening on Friday, January 8, 2010 from 7 to 9 pm! The artist will be in attendance. On exhibition through February 2010. Megan Olson is […]

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Metropolitan Museum of Art Holiday Mondays Program

The Metropolitan Museum of Art opened to the public on Monday, December 28 (the Monday between Christmas and New Year’s Day), as part of the Museum’s popular “Holiday Mondays” program. The Museum will open the doors of its main building this winter and spring on three additional major Monday holidays: January 18 (Martin Luther King […]

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Dumbo Arts Center (DAC) Announces Pixelville – An Urban Concept in Real Time

Dumbo Arts Center (DAC) Announces Pixelville – An Urban Concept in Real Time

Pixelville is the collaborative project of the sculptor Nivi Alroy and new media artist Shirley Shor. As Israeli women close in age, Alroy and Shor share many experiences and observations, but discovered their common aesthetic and social purpose only recently, once both had relocated to New York. On view 9 January through 21 February, 2010. […]

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