May, 2009

Abu Dhabi Celebrates The Beginning Of Construction For the Louvre Abu Dhabi

Abu Dhabi Celebrates The Beginning Of Construction For the Louvre Abu Dhabi

His Highness General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, welcomed French President Nicolas Sarkozy to a commemorative ceremony to mark the start of construction on the Louvre Abu Dhabi–the first universal museum to be built in the Middle East. In a […]

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Elizabeth Osborne – The Color of Light at The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts

Elizabeth Osborne – The Color of Light at The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts

Long recognized by critics and peers as one of the most innovative and daring Philadelphia-based artists of the last forty years, Elizabeth Osborne has tirelessly explored the psychologically charged space between abstraction and realism. Celebrating the long and dynamic career of this much-beloved artist, the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (PAFA) will present Elizabeth […]

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“Sonic Chromatic” Showcasing works by deaf or hard of hearing artists Tamarind Art Gallery

In Contemporary Art, art does not serve as a simple viewing of beauty or reflecting of history, but rather becomes an IDEA. The idea is the medium of expressing the artist’s thoughts, feelings, or concerns. In this exhibition, artists deal with linguistics and semiotics, exploring how meaning is comprehended, vision and the sense of illusion, […]

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A Convergence of Art and Academics at CAPE Exhibit

When every 750 students in a Chicago Public School share one half-time art or music teacher, how do students get the opportunity to explore ways of learning that can mean the difference between academic success and failure? Convergence09, an exhibit organized by Chicago Arts Partnerships in Education (CAPE), will celebrate the efforts of professional artists […]

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Lisa Tse Ltd Creates Catalogue For Kevin Spacey’s Tunnel 228 Installation

Lisa Tse Ltd Creates Catalogue For Kevin Spacey’s Tunnel 228 Installation

The Old Vic with Artistic Director Kevin Spacey and renowned theatre group Punchdrunk have been joined by the Young Vic to create a unique and breathtaking art installation, Tunnel 228, within a truly unique space in the archways beneath Waterloo train station. Lisa Tse Ltd designed a limited edition catalogue for Tunnel 228 which reflects […]

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Exhibition by Photographer Cristóbal Hara at PhotoEspaña 2009

PhotoEspaña 2009 opens its doors this year with an anthological exhibition of a photographer who has been a privileged witness of the everyday life in Spanish villages. The exhibition, at Museu Colecção Berardo, includes about a hundred images of series like Village Lances, Vanitas or Against Nature, as well as photographs of recent production. Said […]

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Mind’s Eye Fine Art Shipping

Mind’s Eye Fine Art Storage and Transportation company has added a climatic van to its assortment of climate-controlled vehicles, bringing an additional element of versatility and ease to the transport needs of their clients. Mind’s Eye offers a wide range of fine art moving services, including custom crating, climate-controlled and GPS equipped trucks, and a […]

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Bloomsbury Vintage and Modern Posters Sale

Bloomsbury Vintage and Modern Posters Sale

Following the success of last year’s Posters sales at Bloomsbury Auctions, a private French collector has consigned a glorious group of 25 posters from the 1920s and 30s designed by the legendary Roger Broder. Posters are the first part of Bloomsbury’s Maps and Fine Books sale on 28th-29th May. The posters on offer span the […]

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Colour Chart: Reinventing Colour, 1950 to Today

Colour Chart: Reinventing Colour, 1950 to Today

At a time of unprecedented interest in the role of colour in graphic design, fashion and interior design, Tate Liverpool will be presenting Colour Chart: Reinventing Colour, 1950 to Today. The exhibition looks at the moment in twentieth-century art, when a group of artists began to perceive colour as ‘readymade’ rather than as scientific or […]

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