March, 2010

Gooden Gallery Presents Ian Johnson: TimeScale

Gooden Gallery Presents Ian Johnson: TimeScale

‘TimeScale’ continues Ian Johnson’s enquiry into the conceptual and physical implications of man’s impact on the urban and natural landscape and ways that this can be configured intuitively. It consists of inter-related sculptures, drawings and assemblages that interlace attributes of the elemental with various concepts of organisation and categorisation common to man’s need to understand […]

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New Exhibition Dedicated to the Works of Women Artists at the Chrysler Museum

New Exhibition Dedicated to the Works of Women Artists at the Chrysler Museum

This spring, as the Commonwealth of Virginia celebrates the role of women in the arts through the statewide initiative, MINDS WIDE OPEN, the Chrysler Museum does the same with Women of the Chrysler: A 400-Year Celebration of the Arts, an extraordinary new exhibition dedicated to the works of women artists – all of them drawn […]

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Selections from the Baio Collection of Photographs for New York Auction

Selections from the Baio Collection of Photographs for New York Auction

Christie’s has announced the forthcoming sale of Selections from the Baio Collection of Photographs on April 15 at Rockefeller Center. The Baio Collection embraces many of the photographic techniques and methods used over the last 170 years, with a central theme running through its diverse imagery – children. One can follow the trajectory of this […]

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Bonhams & Butterfields California and Western Paintings and Sculpture Spring Sale

Bonhams & Butterfields will hold its Spring auction of California and Western Paintings and Sculpture on April 20, 2010. The Los Angeles-based sale will feature a wide variety of important California, Western, Society of Six, Hawaiian scenes and Plein Air works by established American artists including Joseph Kleitsch, Franz Bischoff, Edgar Payne, Granville Redmond and […]

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