January, 2010

Georgia Museum of Art awarded grant for collaborative exhibition and catalogue

The Georgia Museum of Art at the University of Georgia in partnership with the Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art at Auburn University and the Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art at the University of Oklahoma was recently awarded a grant from the Henry Luce Foundation for the exhibition and catalogue of Art Interrupted: […]

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Christian Schwarzwald: Boxed at Derek Eller Gallery

Christian Schwarzwald: Boxed at Derek Eller Gallery

Derek Eller Gallery presents a site-specific drawing installation by Christian Schwarzwald entitled Boxed. Consisting of a series of large works on paper which are mounted on partially painted gallery walls, Boxed challenges the viewer’s experience of pictorial space. As two-dimensional drawings interact with the three-dimensional room, the installation becomes sculptural. This quality is further enhanced […]

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FIRST MUSEUM SURVEY OF INFLUENTIAL STREET ARTIST SHEPARD FAIREY COMES TO THE CONTEMPORARY ARTS CENTER

FIRST MUSEUM SURVEY OF INFLUENTIAL STREET ARTIST SHEPARD FAIREY COMES TO THE CONTEMPORARY ARTS CENTER

CINCINNATI, OH – Shepard Fairey: Supply and Demand, the first solo show of renowned street artist and political provocateur Shepard Fairey, opens February 20th at the Contemporary Arts Center (CAC) in the Lois & Richard Rosenthal Center for Contemporary Art. An extensive exploration of the artist’s 20-year career, the exhibition is mounted in two parts: […]

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James Welling: Exhibition of New Works at Regen Projects

James Welling: Exhibition of New Works at Regen Projects

Regen Projects is pleased to announce an exhibition of new works by Los Angeles artist James Welling. This exhibition will present new photographs from the “Glass House” series and a video installation “Sun Pavilion.” The “Glass House” photographs were taken over the course of three years (October 2006 to October 2009) at the iconic Philip […]

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