Monthly Archives: January 2010

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Long Beach Museum of Art Celebrates 60th Anniversary of Permanent Collection

The Long Beach Museum of Art announce’s that 2010 marks the 60th Anniversary of the Museum’s impressive permanent collection. To celebrate this exciting milestone, the Museum will present an extended exhibition series titled Celebrating Sixty, which will feature eight rotating exhibitions that respectively highlight specific elements of the rich history of the […]

“Blade Runner: Designing the Future” – A Panel Discussion Including the Film’s Producer Michael Deeley and Designer Syd Mead at Bonhams & Butterfields

The 20th Century Decorative Arts Department at Bonhams & Butterfields, as part of its ongoing design lecture series, is pleased to announce an April 15, 2010 panel discussion titled “Blade Runner: Designing the Future.” The panel will focus on an exploration of the groundbreaking themes and visual design of Director Ridley Scott’s […]

Exceptional Frank Lloyd Wright Archive to Highlight Bonhams & Butterfields Fine Books & Manuscripts Sale

Included within the 400-lot Bonhams & Butterfields Fine Books & Manuscripts auction on February 14, 2010 is a massive archive of photographs, correspondence and select building plans related to groundbreaking architect and designer Frank Lloyd Wright. Assembled by Professor Henry Russell Hitchcock for the landmark 1942 treatise In the Nature of Materials, […]

Ryan Mosley Exhibition at Alison Jacques Gallery

ʻMosleyʼs paintings are kind of surrealist-cum-cubist-cum-Gustonish acts of zany, venturesome play. Painted in a wild Picasso-like dash…the work is playful and confident, seldom over-earnest and always unconstrained. ʼThe Independent Already acknowledged as one of the most distinctive of the ʻNewspeakʼ painters, British artist Ryan Mosley presents his first exhibition at Alison Jacques […]

Tom Wool Photographs at The Rubin Museum of Art

In the Shadow of Everest presents photographer Tom Wool’s images of life in the villages of Tibet’s Rongbuk Valley. Taken over the course of four weeks in May 2001, Wool’s photographs capture the Valley’s rugged terrain which stretches roughly fifty miles from the base of Mount Everest on the north side. Home […]