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Camden Arts Centre in London Presents Tal R: The Sum

. April 28, 2008 . 0 Comments

LONDON – Camden Arts Centre presents Tal R: The Sum, on view 2 May – 29 June 2008. This new exhibition by Tal R comprises large scale paintings and an installation of over 200 etchings. A self imposed system allows Tal R to challenge the fundamentals of painting using a fixed colour palette and set […]

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Plight of Illegal Immigrants Illustrated by Driving Video Sculpture

Plight of Illegal Immigrants Illustrated by Driving Video Sculpture

. April 27, 2008 . 0 Comments

This is the last week to view Miami-based artist, Steven Gagnon’s driving video sculpture, the “Border Cruiser” at the ArtCar Museum in Houston, TX. The alternative exhibition space invited Gagnon to present his mobile video artwork as part of the group show, ONLY YESTERDAY during the city’s Twelfth International Fotofest Biennial. Gagnon’s work is presented […]

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ART CHICAGO 2008

. April 27, 2008 . 0 Comments

CHICAGO – A carefully vetted compilation of 181 of the world’s foremost contemporary and modern art galleries will be exhibiting at Art Chicago 2008, running April 25 – 28, at The Merchandise Mart. A 17% increase in applications was received for Art Chicago 2008, with 350 galleries submitting in contrast to 300 the previous year. […]

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Walter Paul Bebirian Creates First Ever Gallery Containing ‘The Money Series’

. April 26, 2008 . 0 Comments

After one year and three months of working diligently, Walter Paul Bebirian (that’s me) has given careful consideration to and establishing for himself, that there’s finally a secure and suitable on-line environment to establish the first ever website Gallery containing “The Money Series 1” images. Walter Paul Bebirian has chosen http://www.imagekind.com as his on-line gallery […]

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Exhibition for Cole House PRIVATE THOMAS COLE COLLECTIONS ASSEMBLED FOR CEDAR GROVE HOMECOMING

. April 26, 2008 . 0 Comments

It was announced today by Elizabeth Jacks, director of The Thomas Cole National Historic Site at Cedar Grove, the launch of the 2008 season with an exhibition of rarely seen oil sketches of famous Cole paintings, including Cole’s oil study for Kaaterskill Falls. The 2008 special exhibition, “Thomas Cole’s Sketch Paintings: An Exploration of the […]

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