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Picasso to crown Kunsthaus Zürich programme in 2010

Picasso to crown Kunsthaus Zürich programme in 2010

. October 6, 2009

The Kunsthaus Zürich’s 2010 program is dominated by the museum’s centenary: on 17 April 2010, Carl Moser’s flagship building on Heimplatz will be one hundred years old. Switzerland’s oldest combined collection and exhibition space will treat visitors to some high-calibre shows, dedicated to 18th-century art (Salomon Gessner), ‘Van Gogh, Cézanne, Monet – The Bührle Collection’, […]

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First Public Viewing of French Drawings from a Celebrated Dutch Collector

First Public Viewing of French Drawings from a Celebrated Dutch Collector

. October 6, 2009

WATTEAU TO DEGAS: FRENCH DRAWINGS FROM THE FRITS LUGT COLLECTION As its major fall exhibition, the Frick presents Watteau to Degas: French Drawings from the Frits Lugt Collection, featuring more than sixty works on paper from the holdings of the Fondation Custodia, Paris. On view until January 10, 2010, it includes drawings and watercolors by […]

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Entries Open for 100,000 Pound 2010 Art Fund Prize

. October 6, 2009

The Museum Prize Trust is calling for entries for next year’s coveted £100,000 Art Fund Prize for museums and galleries – the UK’s largest single arts prize. Submissions are invited from Monday 5 October 2009. The Art Fund Prize for museums and galleries recognises and celebrates originality and excellence. The prestigious annual award is open […]

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Mythical Architectural Drawings by Contemporary Artist Pablo Bronstein Featured in Fall Exhibition at Metropolitan Museum

Mythical Architectural Drawings by Contemporary Artist Pablo Bronstein Featured in Fall Exhibition at Metropolitan Museum

. October 6, 2009

Pablo Bronstein at the Met is a presentation of new work by the London-based artist, addressing the history and future of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, and will be shown at the Museum from October 6, 2009, through February 21, 2010. Several large ink drawings by the artist will suggest a mythical history of the […]

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UCSC arts and science faculty collaborate for exhibition at Sesnon Gallery

. October 6, 2009

“Full Disclosure”–an exhibition opening on October 7 at UCSC’s Sesnon Gallery—is built upon the idea of “failure” as a path to learning. The show is an intimate look at the process of trial and error that lies behind the complex work of artists and scientists. Co-curated by associate professor of art Melissa Gwyn and associate […]

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