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RISE ART EXHIBITION EXPLORES THEME OF WOMENS RIGHT IN EXTREME ISLAMIC CULTURES

. April 26, 2008 . 0 Comments

Zahra Hosseinkhan is an Iranian -born artist who stormed into the Persian art world in 1985, at the tender age of 14, and had her own gallery by the age of 21. Now, at 34, she’s based full-time in Vancouver, and she’s using her art to provide insight into the struggle for women’s rights in […]

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McCormick Place West Unveils 50 Works of Public Art by Local Artists

. April 26, 2008 . 0 Comments

CHICAGO – Members of the convention and tourism industry, along with members of the arts, culture and education communities, joined officials of the Metropolitan Pier and Exposition Authority (MPEA) today as they unveiled 50 works of public art in the new, award-winning McCormick Place West Building. The collection showcases the talents of 30 homegrown artists […]

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First Major U.S. Exhibition In 20 Years To Rethink Abstract Expressionism

. April 26, 2008 . 0 Comments

NEW YORK, NY – The Jewish Museum will present Action/Abstraction: Pollock, de Kooning, and American Art, 1940-1976 from May 4 through September 21, 2008. In the first major U.S. exhibition in 20 years to rethink Abstract Expressionism and the movements that followed, fifty key works by 31 artists – among them Jackson Pollock, Willem de […]

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Arts Community Angels – in the City of Angels

. April 26, 2008 . 0 Comments

LOS ANGELES, CA – The closing section of the Spring “Made in California” auction at Bonhams & Butterfields on May 5th will include a collection of 20 works of art to be sold to benefit Ms. Morgan Thomas, an active and vital presence in the Los Angeles art community in the 1970s. The featured artists […]

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Iconic Work By Ed Ruscha, Created For The American Actor Bud Cort, To Highlight Sotheby’s Day Sale Of Contemporary Art In New York

. April 24, 2008 . 0 Comments

New York, NY – Sotheby’s spring Day sale of Contemporary Art on May 15th, 2008, will feature Ed Ruscha’s I Don’t Want No Retro Spective, 1979, an iconic work which recounts a fascinating story about the artist and the American actor, Bud Cort, arguably best known for his iconic role in the 1971 American film […]

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