May, 2009

Frieze Art Fair 2009 will Present Outstanding Work by Over 1,000 Artists

Frieze Art Fair 2009 will Present Outstanding Work by Over 1,000 Artists

The Directors of Frieze Art Fair, Amanda Sharp and Matthew Slotover, have announced the details of the 2009 fair. Frieze Art Fair is the UK’s most important art event and one of the world’s most influential contemporary art fairs. Sponsored by Deutsche Bank for the sixth consecutive year, Frieze Art Fair 2009 is a tightly […]

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Athens Print Fest 09

Athens Print Fest 09

The Athens Print Fest ’09 / First Edition is being organized by the Greek Printmakers’ Association and the Cultural Organization of the Municipality of Athens, from June 3rd to 28th, 2009, in various locations in the city of Athens. The Festival opens officially on Wednesday, June 10th, at 20:00 at the “Melina” Cultural Center of […]

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Francis Bacon Centenary Exhibition at The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Francis Bacon Centenary Exhibition at The Metropolitan Museum of Art

The first major New York exhibition in 20 years devoted to Francis Bacon (British, 1909–1992)—one of the most important painters of the 20th century—will be presented at The Metropolitan Museum of Art from May 20 through August 16, 2009. Marking the 100th anniversary of the artist’s birth, Francis Bacon: A Centenary Retrospective will bring together […]

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Wanda Pipen Selected as Study Artist

Wanda Pipen’s international acclaim grows as students from South Chadderton School near Manchester, England have chosen to study her and her nature-based paintings. Wanda Pipen, an internationally collected artist, was recently chosen by the students of South Chadderton School near Manchester, England, as the artist they would most like to study. Pipen works from studio […]

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The Academy of Art University 2009 Spring Show

Savvy collectors, directors of leading fine art galleries, employers searching for superior creative talent, and passionate art enthusiasts all converge each May for the Academy of Art University’s display of fresh, award-winning art. Whether for scouting, purchasing, or pure admiring, the thousands of visitors to the Annual Spring Show all come to be inspired. The […]

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Cécile Whiting Is Awarded the 21st Annual Eldredge Prize for Her Book ‘Pop L.A’

Cécile Whiting Is Awarded the 21st Annual Eldredge Prize for Her Book ‘Pop L.A’

The Smithsonian American Art Museum has awarded the 2009 Charles C. Eldredge Prize for Distinguished Scholarship in American Art to Cécile Whiting for her book “Pop L.A.: Art and the City in the 1960s” (University of California Press, 2006). It is recognized for its “impeccable yet adventurous research, which invites a reconceptualization of pop art […]

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Summer of Change at the Art Gallery of Ontario

Summer of Change at the Art Gallery of Ontario

It’s the summer of change at the Art Gallery of Ontario as two new exhibitions complement the current Surreal Things in an exploration of art as a catalyst for social and political change. Opening this weekend and continuing through August 30, Angelika Hoerle: The Comet of Cologne Dada is a powerful commentary on the intersection […]

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Vladimir Dubossarsky and Alexander Vinogradov at the Moscow Museum of Modern Art

Vladimir Dubossarsky and Alexander Vinogradov at the Moscow Museum of Modern Art

As an institution, the art museum accumulates a large amount of powerful energy from various dynamic and creative spirits, which it then shares with the audience. Vladimir Dubossarsky and Alexander Vinogradov reveal the secret life of an imaginary museum hidden from the viewer’s eye. Renaissance, avant-garde and mass- media images are synthesized in the monumental […]

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Columbia Museum of Art to Unveil Freshly Designed Galleries and Newly Published Catalogue  on July 18

Columbia Museum of Art to Unveil Freshly Designed Galleries and Newly Published Catalogue on July 18

The Columbia Museum of Art unveils its art collection in newly re-installed galleries on Saturday, July 18, 2009. This is the first re-installation since the Museum opened on Main Street on July 18, 1998. In celebration, free admission, lectures, gallery talks, and hands-on arts activities for children are offered that day. Columbia Museum of Art […]

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