March, 2010

Storm King Art Center Celebrates Anniversary

Storm King Art Center Celebrates Anniversary

Storm King Art Center, widely recognized as one of the world’s greatest sculpture parks, celebrates its fiftieth anniversary with a diversity of offerings throughout its 2010 and 2011 seasons. Highlights include 5+5: New Perspectives, a special exhibition comprising twelve new and recent works, which will be loaned and sited in Storm King’s expansive landscape by […]

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Susan Meiselas Exhibition at the Hood Museum

Susan Meiselas Exhibition at the Hood Museum

From April 10 through June 20, 2010, the Hood Museum of Art at Dartmouth College will become the only college or university museum to present the striking multimedia overview Susan Meiselas: In History, and only the second North American venue after the International Center of Photography (ICP), New York, the exhibition’s organizer, before the show […]

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Henry Moore Stolen Sculpture Found in Toronto

A bronze Henry Moore sculpture that was stolen in 2001 from a New York City gallery has been found by Miriam Shiell, owner of Miriam Shiell Fine Art Gallery in Yorkville. The bronze statue appeared in a search of the Art Loss Register, as stolen. The work, Three Piece Reclining Figure: Maquette No. 4, was […]

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Gleeson O’Keefe Foundation provide funds to acquire Sidney Nolan’s First-class marksman

Gleeson O’Keefe Foundation provide funds to acquire Sidney Nolan’s First-class marksman

In 2000, in association with the Olympics in Sydney, the Art Gallery of New South Wales staged a special display of its Australian collections under the title, Australian Icons. Central to the display was the work of Sidney Nolan, whom many consider to be the most influential painter in the history of 20th century Australian […]

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Picasso: Themes and Variations Exhibition at MoMA

The Museum of Modern Art presents Picasso: Themes and Variations, an exhibition exploring Pablo Picasso’s creative process through the medium of printmaking, open through August 30, 2010. It features approximately 100 works from the Museum’s superlative collection of the artist’s prints. The exhibition is organized by Deborah Wye, The Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Chief Curator of […]

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Andy Warhol Photo Exhibition Explores His Public and Private Lives

The Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at the State University of New York at New Paltz will hold an opening reception for “Andy Warhol: Private and Public in 151 Photographs” at 5 p.m. on Friday, April 9, in the Sara Bedrick Gallery of The Dorsky Museum. The exhibition runs from April 10 – July 25 […]

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What Makes a Picture a Portrait? at The de Saisset Museum

The de Saisset Museum at Santa Clara University kicks off its spring season on Saturday, April 10 with What Makes a Picture a Portrait?, a thought-provoking exhibit that considers the variety of ways in which portraiture is presented. Portraits are a familiar sight. They are hanging in our homes, buried in the recesses of our […]

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