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Sonic Futures at the ICA

Sonic Futures at the ICA

| March 1, 2017

Through sound, music, and video, Sonic Futures envisions new possibilities for the next century. Artists in the show propose innovative ways to navigate our world, and hypothetically, other worlds and galaxies. Through remixing and reinterpreting history, considering access and privilege, and questioning forms of communication, artists in Sonic Futures present alternatives to the status quo. […]

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Oliver Jackson: Paintings, Sculpture and Works on Paper 1984-2014

Oliver Jackson: Paintings, Sculpture and Works on Paper 1984-2014

| March 1, 2017

Oliver Jackson is a painter, sculptor, printmaker, and draftsman whose work is grounded in figuration. The ICA is committed to presenting the work of under-recognized, mid-late career artists who have an incredible body of work but have dedicated themselves to their studio practice and teaching career with little attention to self-promotion. Oliver Jackson is one […]

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440 Gallery Present Charlie Burnham on Violin this Sunday

440 Gallery Present Charlie Burnham on Violin this Sunday

| February 27, 2017

440 Gallery’s monthly concert series, curated by Michel Gentile, presents Charlie Burnham in a late-afternoon performance of solo violin. Burnham has a highly imaginative style that crosses genres, including bluegrass, delta punk, blues, classical and chamber jazz. A leader in The Odyssey Band ensemble, he has performed and recorded with musicians such as Cassandra Wilson, […]

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ARTWORKS BY FERNAND LEGER AND AL HIRSCHFELD FOR ANTIQUES & MODERN’S SALE

ARTWORKS BY FERNAND LEGER AND AL HIRSCHFELD FOR ANTIQUES & MODERN’S SALE

| February 27, 2017

An original painting by Fernand Leger, an original drawing by Al Hirschfeld, a wonderful collection of antique Chinese porcelain from an estate out of Boca Raton and a collection of Art Nouveau glass from Palm Beach will all be part of Antiques & Modern Auction Gallery’s next big auction event, on Saturday, March 4th, starting […]

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Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form Exhibition Preview

Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form Exhibition Preview

| February 27, 2017

Join curator Kirsten M. Jensen, Ph.D., on Friday, March 17 at 11 am for a sneak peek of this groundbreaking exhibition, the history behind the photos and fashions, and a look at how the collection came to life from the Condé Nast archives and beyond. Featuring a collection of previously undiscovered work by Charles Sheeler, […]

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440 Gallery Announce Young Artist Workshop this Weekend

440 Gallery Announce Young Artist Workshop this Weekend

| February 20, 2017

Young Artists Workshop: Explore “La Luna” The Moon Sunday, February 26, 2017 4:40pm Look up in the sky at night and there’s the moon. Dogs howl at it, movies are made about it, songs are written about it. The “Man in the Moon” lives there every night—is it any wonder that it is so mysterious? […]

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AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PAINTINGS, SCULPTURES, DRAWINGS AND PRINTS FOR SHANNON’S FINE ART SALE

AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PAINTINGS, SCULPTURES, DRAWINGS AND PRINTS FOR SHANNON’S FINE ART SALE

| February 19, 2017

Shannon’s biannual Fine Art Auction, on Thursday, April 27th, will feature 250 lots of quality American and European paintings, sculptures, drawings and prints. Notable highlights will include scenes of New York City led by a large, early work by Guy C. Wiggins titled Washington Square expected to fetch $50,000-75,000; other views of New York City […]

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