January, 2009

VernissageTV Art TV

VernissageTV, the Internet TV art project founded in September 2005, just published their 1000th episode. The anniversary video is a typical No-Comment report on an opening. The very first video, published on 9th September 2005, covered the reception for Zaha Hadid’s exhibition Projects and Built Work at the Swiss Architecture Museum S AM in Basel. […]

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RUMBLE Art Fair Coincides With Santa Barbara International Film Festival

RUMBLE (http://www.rumbleartfair.com) is being welcomed in 2009 as a new contemporary fine art show coinciding with Santa Barbaras 24th International Film Festival from January 22nd through February 1st. Opening night is from 7pm-11pm on Friday, January 23rd at 322 State Street. RUMBLE co-founder and curator Sean Anderson (http://www.seananderson.com) has invited local, national and international artists […]

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Reflections of the Soul by Susana Guardiola

The Agora Gallery (530 West 25th Street, Chelsea, New York, NY, 10001) is proud to present Susana Guardiola in Contemporary Perspectives. Scheduled to run from January 30th through February 19th, the collection will feature a captivating selection of Susana Guardiola’s windows to the soul. About Susana Guardiola: A mark of a talented artist is when […]

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Expressive Color by Anton Antonov

The Agora Gallery (530 West 25th Street, Chelsea, New York, NY, 10001) is proud to present Anton Antonov in Interpretative Realms. Scheduled to run from January 30th through February 19th, the collection will feature a captivating selection of Anton Antonov’s graceful, swirling figures. About Anton Antonov: Anton Antonov’s depiction of people and nature calls to […]

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Robin Clark to Receive Inaugural Franklin-Lavoisier Prize

The Chemical Heritage Foundation (CHF) and the Fondation de la Maison de la Chimie are pleased to announce that Robin J. H. Clark will be the recipient of the inaugural Franklin-Lavoisier Prize on Wednesday, January 28, 2009, at the Fondation de la Maison de la Chimie in Paris. Clark is the Sir William Ramsay Professor […]

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Chase Makes $10 Million Grant to Seattle Art Museum

Chase announced today a $10 million grant to the Seattle Art Museum (SAM), capping a tradition of support begun by Washington Mutual in 1999. The grant will be paid over the next five years. “This gift demonstrates JPMorgan Chase’s commitment to this community,” said Mimi Gates, Director of the Seattle Art Museum. “This grant reflects […]

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Drawings From The Collection of Jean Bonna at The Metropolitan Museum

Drawings from the Collection of Jean Bonna is the first comprehensive exhibition dedicated to the European Old Master and 19th-century drawings from this distinguished Swiss collection. On view at The Metropolitan Museum of Art beginning January 21, 2009, Raphael to Renoir provides a rare opportunity to see 120 master drawings, ranging across 500 years of […]

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James Christopher Hill: Sublime Swirling Vivid

The Agora Gallery (530 West 25th Street, Chelsea, New York, NY, 10001) is proud to present James Christopher Hill in Contemporary Perspectives. Scheduled to run from January 30th through February 19th, the collection will feature a captivating selection of James Christopher Hill’s breathtaking skyscapes. About James Christopher Hill: James Christopher Hill’s vibrant visions of the […]

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U.S. Exhibition to Examine the Complexity of Art Developed During the Cold War in East and West Germany

The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) presents Art of Two Germanys/Cold War Cultures (on view January 25 to April 19, 2009), the first major exhibition in the United States to examine the range of art created during the Cold War. Art of Two Germanys/Cold War Cultures continues LACMA’s tradition of thematic explorations of […]

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