December, 2009

Elke Krystufek Exhibition at kestnergesellschaft

From December 2009 to February 2010, the kestnergesellschaft is presenting an extensive solo exhibition by the Austrian-German artist Elke Krystufek. Elke Krystufek, who represented Austria at the Venice Biennale in 2009 along with Dorit Margreiter and Franziska and Lois Weinberger, stands in the tradition of feminist artists such as Carolee Schneemann and VALIE EXPORT, but […]

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Center National de l’audiovisual Brings Together 7 Artists for The ‘Ecotone’ Exhibition

Center National de l’audiovisual Brings Together 7 Artists for The ‘Ecotone’ Exhibition

The Ecotone exhibition brings together 7 artists of different generations and backgrounds to explore the theme of “betweenness” the transient nature of things, migrations, dualities, confluents, yet also the intrinsic paradox of photography itself in terms of its positioning in a world between reality and construction. Ecotone takes its name from ecology, where it designates […]

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The New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA) Presents Cuban-Themed Exhibitions

The New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA) is to participate in “¡Sí Cuba!” a major citywide presentation of arts, music, and culture related to Cuba taking place in New Orleans January through April 2010. ¡Sí Cuba! is a collaborative venture between museums, universities, galleries, and other arts organizations in New Orleans, co-organized by NOMA, Newcomb […]

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Tula Telfair: Landscapes in Counterpoint at The Florence Griswold Museum

Tula Telfair: Landscapes in Counterpoint at The Florence Griswold Museum

The Florence Griswold Museum in Old Lyme, Connecticut will present Tula Telfair: Landscapes in Counterpoint. Open April 24 through June 27 2010. The exhibition pairs nine new monumental paintings by the artist with her selection of nineteenth and early twentieth-century paintings from the museum’s collection. Telfair’s choices, which include works by Thomas Cole and Frederic […]

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