April, 2010

USArtists: American Fine Art Show at PAFA

USArtists: American Fine Art show is moving from its 17-year venue at the 33rd Street Armory in Philadelphia to the Samuel M.V. Hamilton Building of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (PAFA) at 128 North Broad Street. Presented by the Women’s Board of PAFA, the 18th show and sale of over 5,000 works of […]

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Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Painting for Bonhams Owston Collection Sale

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Painting for Bonhams Owston Collection Sale

A painting inspired by the psychic spirits of dead soldiers and bought by a grieving Sir Arthur Conan Doyle who lost a son in WW1 is for sale as part of the Owston Collection in Sydney with Bonhams on June 25 and 26. The painting by William Francis (Will) Longstaff (Australian, 1879-1953) titled ‘The Rearguard […]

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Getty Images to Acquire Rex Features

Getty Images, the world’s leading creator and distributor of visual content and other media, today announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Rex Features, which includes Los Angeles-based Berliner Photography. The acquisition will benefit existing and potential customers by making even more celebrity content easily accessible. “Celebrity and entertainment content is […]

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Alex Prager Photograph Exhibition in Ricoh Photo Gallery RING CUBE

Ricoh Co., Ltd., has announced that the Alex Prager Photo Exhibition “Week-end” will be held starting April 28, 2010 (Wed.) at Ricoh Photo Gallery RING CUBE located in the Ginza district of Tokyo. This is Alex Prager’s first solo exhibition in Japan. It was arranged in collaboration with the internationally prominent London gallery Michael Hoppen […]

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Ted Muehling Selects: Lobmeyr Glass from the Permanent Collection of the National Design Museum

Ted Muehling Selects: Lobmeyr Glass from the Permanent Collection of the National Design Museum

“Ted Muehling Selects: Lobmeyr Glass from the Permanent Collection” is the 10th installment in an exhibition series devoted to showing rotations of Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum’s permanent collection. The exhibition celebrates the museum’s recent acquisition of an extraordinary collection of rare glass works from J. & L. Lobmeyr of Vienna, Austria, which dates from 1835 […]

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Tim Bavington Fifth Solo Exhibition at Mark Moore Gallery

Tim Bavington Fifth Solo Exhibition at Mark Moore Gallery

Mark Moore Gallery announces its fifth solo exhibition of new work by painter Tim Bavington. Marking Bavington’s tenth year of representation by the gallery, “Decade” will feature a distinctive new body of work in addition to his iconic striped paintings and variations thereof. Exhibition open through MAY 29, 2010. Utilizing pop and rock music as […]

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Art Whino Presents: The Gamies the Art of Jophen Stein

Entertainment has held a position of helping people cope with the everyday drudgeries of life. The Game show, moreover, offers both the value of entertainment and a promise at a chance of making life better. Loosely based on Franz Kafka’s The Trial Jophen Stein’s latest series The Gamies explores the idea of systems that are […]

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Catherine Opie: Twelve Miles to The Horizon at Regen Projects

Catherine Opie: Twelve Miles to The Horizon at Regen Projects

Regen Projects announces an exhibition of new work by Catherine Opie. The exhibition will present a suite of new photographs that further the artist’s investigation into ideas of landscape. With the ocean as her backdrop, Opie explores the shifting mise en scène of light, color, movement, and the tension between boundaries and limitlessness. Catherine Opie, […]

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The Mint Museum Appoints Kathleen Jameson New Executive Director

The Mint Museum Appoints Kathleen Jameson New Executive Director

The Mint Museum announced the appointment of Kathleen V. Jameson, Ph.D., as its new Executive Director, following an extensive national search supported by Management Consultants for the Arts and a Board of Trustees search committee. Jameson succeeds Phil Kline, who will remain at the Museum as its President & CEO until his retirement on December […]

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