April, 2010

Ansel Adams Photographs at the Amon Carter Museum

Works by one of the world’s most widely recognized and celebrated photographers will go on view this spring at the Amon Carter Museum. Ansel Adams: Eloquent Light features 40 photographs by the artist and runs from May 29 through November 7, 2010. Admission to the Carter is free. “Ansel Adams was the last major artist […]

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Inner Voices Exhibition by Artists of the Cabezas Gallery at Red Gate Gallery

An exhibition of works by artists of the Cabezas gallery NY, USA Opening: Friday 21st of May 2010 – 6.00 pm to 11.00 pm Exhibition runs from: Friday 21st of May 2010 – Thursday 27th of May 2010 Gallery Opening Hours: Mon, Tues, Wed, Fri: 11 am to 6.30 pm – Sat: 12.30pm – 5.00 […]

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Frida Kahlo Retrospective at Berlin’s Martin-Gropius-Bau

Frida Kahlo Retrospective at Berlin’s Martin-Gropius-Bau

From 30 April to 9 August 2010 Berlin’s Martin-Gropius-Bau will be devoting an extensive retrospective to the important Mexican artist Frida Kahlo. Born in Coyoacán, Mexico City, Frida Kahlo is one of the great identification figures of Latin American art. She stands out as one of the most famous female artists of the first half […]

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Figge Art Museum Presents Global Currents: The John Deere Art Collection

Figge Art Museum Presents Global Currents: The John Deere Art Collection

The Figge Art Museum has opened Global Currents: The John Deere Art Collection, open through October 10, 2010. The exhibition is the first opportunity for the general public to see works from Deere & Company’s corporate art collection. In 1965, William Hewitt, then chairman of Deere & Company, established an art collection to compliment the […]

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Amon Carter Museum Appoints New Assistant Facilities Manager

The Amon Carter Museum is pleased to announce that Ron LaPosa has joined its staff as the assistant facilities manager. In his new position, LaPosa will assist with the oversight of the museum’s daily operations, including janitorial, engineering and general maintenance. “The museum was designed by Philip Johnson as a vibrant and elegant structure that […]

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Bernard Hoyes Unveils New Work at Bluebird Art House

Visual Artist Bernard Stanley Hoyes Reveals Nature’s “Landscapes” with New Watercolor Show Whittier, CA – Visual art master Bernard Stanley Hoyes is swirling his magical paint brush once again. The artist/sculptor traveled the globe last year, making headlines with his New York installation of a six-foot blue fin tuna sculpture, titled “The Grand Catch,” which […]

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Siebren Versteeg: In Advance of Another Thing at The RISD Museum of Art

Siebren Versteeg: In Advance of Another Thing at The RISD Museum of Art

The RISD Museum presents Siebren Versteeg: In Advance of Another Thing in the Spalter New Media Gallery. Versteeg (American, b. 1971) uses online mass media to explore themes of contemporary life. Organized by Judith Tannenbaum, the Richard Brown Baker Curator of Contemporary Art, the show features Versteeg’s 2007 work Boom (Fresher Acconci) from the Museum’s […]

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Timothy Taylor Gallery Presents Solo Exhibition by Volker Hueller

Timothy Taylor Gallery Presents Solo Exhibition by Volker Hueller

Timothy Taylor Gallery is delighted to present the first solo exhibition in London by Berlin-based artist Volker Hueller as part of the gallery’s The Viewing Room programme. Open 28 APRIL – 21 MAY 2010. Hueller’s hand-coloured etchings exploit all the associative power of the etched line: spidery trails mordantly tracing care-worn physiognomies and smoke-filled rooms. […]

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Museum of Fine Arts, Houston Presents German Impressionism  Exhibition

Museum of Fine Arts, Houston Presents German Impressionism Exhibition

Max Liebermann, celebrated as “the German Manet,” was the leader of a generation of German painters who were inspired by the stylistic developments in France. With colleagues Lovis Corinth and Max Slevogt, he forged the way for Impressionism in Germany. The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, will be the first American museum to devote a […]

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