September, 2012

Global Persuasion: Original Mid-Century Modern Posters at International Poster Gallery

Global Persuasion: Original Mid-Century Modern Posters at International Poster Gallery

BOSTON, MA – International Poster Gallery (IPG) proudly presents Global Persuasion: Original Mid-Century Modern Posters, a show and sale of original vintage posters from 1945 – 1965. The Mid-Century poster genre, which has seen a meteoric rise in popularity in recent years, encompasses a broad spectrum of motifs and styles that responded to the technological […]

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European Cultural Foundation announces Imagining Europe

European Cultural Foundation announces Imagining Europe on 4–7 October 2012 Today, as Europe navigates its way through a turbulent period of history, many difficult questions are being asked about its future. ECF’s four-day event—Imagining Europe—will provide a platform to discuss some of these burning questions. Although it won’t necessarily provide all the answers, the event […]

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Sand in Our Shoes. The Art of the Coney Island Hysterical Society

Sand in Our Shoes. The Art of the Coney Island Hysterical Society

Brooklyn, NY – The 440 Gallery is pleased to host a unique exhibition of work by Richard Eagan and Philomena Marano, working together for some thirty years as The Coney Island Hysterical Society. Art of the Coney Island Hysterical Society will feature individual and collaborative works by Eagan, a founding member of the 440 Gallery, […]

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Ludwig Forum Aachen presents The City that Doesn’t Exist

Ludwig Forum Aachen presents The City that Doesn’t Exist

Ludwig Forum Aachen announces The City that Doesn’t Exist Images of Global Spaces, on view September 22, 2012–January 20, 2013. Armin Linke, Thongil Street, Pyongyang North Korea, 2005. Courtesy Galerie Klosterfelde. The City that Doesn’t Exist (Die Stadt, die es nicht gibt) takes visitors to places which raise questions about their own existence. Media and […]

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