December, 2013

Lyme Art Association Announces Two New Exhibitions

The Lyme Art Association’s 22nd Annual Associate Artists’ Exhibition of landscape, portrait, and still life paintings by Associate Artist members will be on view in the Association’s Cooper/Ferry, South, and Cole galleries from January 10 – February 22, 2014. This annual exhibition featuring more than 250 works is exclusively for the LAA’s Associate Artist Members. […]

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Photography Collection Donated to the Portland Museum of Art

Photography Collection Donated to the Portland Museum of Art

The Portland Museum of Art (PMA) has received a gift of 69 photographs from Maine philanthropists Owen and Anna Wells. The collection consists of photographs by well-known 20th-century artists, many with ties to Maine. Forty-five of these photographs will be on view in the exhibition American Vision: Photographs from the Collection of Owen and Anna […]

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Thessaloniki Biennale of Contemporary Art Old Intersections—Make it New

The 4th Thessaloniki Biennale of Contemporary Art, which runs until January 31, 2014, is staged in various locations around the city, and is already attracting thousands of visitors. Exhibitions, art events, installations, performances, workshops, conferences, art projections, educational programmes, interventions in public spaces and guided tours have drawn audiences from all over the country. Under […]

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The Fine Art Society Contemporary presents Australia: Contemporary Voices

The Fine Art Society Contemporary presents Australia: Contemporary Voices

The Fine Art Society Contemporary presents Australia: Contemporary Voices on view through21 DECEMBER 2013 a group exhibition of twenty young to mid-career artists from Australia, curated by Guest Curator Geoffrey Cassidy. Australian art is often associated with the landscape, a looming and defining presence in the Australian psyche. The works presented in Australia: Contemporary Voices […]

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