April, 2010

Robbrecht and Daem: Pacing Through Architecture at Whitechapel Gallery

Flemish architects Paul Robbrecht and Hilde Daem of Robbrecht en Daem Architecten have a poetic approach to buildings. Embracing the intimate and the modest, their projects are defined by natural materials and simplicity of colour. Sudden openings onto exhilarating views act as flowing, ephemeral presences which guide visitors through the spaces they create. Describing architecture […]

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Ernst Ludwig Kirchner Retrospective at Stadel Museum,

Ernst Ludwig Kirchner (1880–1938), founding member of the artist association “Brücke” (Bridge) and one of the most significant artists of Expressionism, had a lasting influence on the art of classic Modernism. Exhibition open 23 April to 25 July 2010. The oeuvre of the painter, commercial artist and sculptor is being honored by the Städel Museum […]

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Indianapolis Museum of Art Announces Film Schedule

The Indianapolis Museum of Art announced the schedule for its 35th annual Summer Nights film series. From June 4 to August 27, 2010, movies will be shown every Friday in the IMA’s amphitheater, located on the west side of the Museum. Since the series debuted in 1976, the IMA has hosted more than 270 screenings […]

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Adi Prize for Jewish Expression in Art and Design at The Israel Museum

The exhibition brings together the eighteen works selected as finalists for “The Adi Prize for Jewish Expression in Art and Design,” a biennial international competition in the visual arts on a theme related to Jewish thought and tradition, organized by The Adi Foundation. The Foundation, established in 2000 in memory of Adi Dermer, née Blumberg, […]

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Shitao Masterpiece for Christie’s Hong Kong Sale

A masterpiece valued at HK$120 million/US$15,480,000 by Ming Dynasty Chinese classical painting master Shitao (1642–1707) will be offered by leading international auction house Christie’s at its Hong Kong Spring Sales on May 28th. Shitao, a renowned scholar-artist, was one of the most influential painters of his time and had a profound effect on the artistic […]

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Frederick Fisher: Thinking by Hand Solo Exhibition at Edward Cella Art + Architecture (ECAA)

Frederick Fisher: Thinking by Hand Solo Exhibition at Edward Cella Art + Architecture (ECAA)

AWARD WINNING LOS ANGELES ARCHITECT, FREDERICK FISHER EXHIBITS NEW WATERCOLORS EXPLORING FORM AND COMPOSITION LOS ANGELES – Edward Cella Art + Architecture (ECAA) is honored to announce the Gallery’s inaugural solo exhibition by renowned contemporary West-coast architect Frederick Fisher (principal, Frederick Fisher and Partners of Los Angeles). Entitled Frederick Fisher: Thinking by Hand, this exhibition […]

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Italian Renaissance Drawings Exhibition at The British Museum

Italian Renaissance Drawings Exhibition at The British Museum

The exhibition, “Fra Angelico to Leonardo: Italian Renaissance Drawings” displays around 100 works by Fra Angelico, Botticelli, Leonardo da Vinci, Mantegna, Michelangelo and Titian. Explains how drawings were used to prepare for major paintings and frescoes and, later in the 15th century, how they became works of art in their own right, particularly with the […]

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Sotheby’s Spring African, Oceanic and Pre-Columbian Art Auction

Sotheby’s Spring African, Oceanic and Pre-Columbian Art Auction

Sotheby’s New York spring sale of African, Oceanic and Pre Columbian Art will be held on 14 May 2010 and will offer collectors a selection of tribal arts from important American and international private collections. The auction comprises an especially rich offering of Oceanic works of art, many of which are icons of the field. […]

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Fine Art Registry Prevails Against Park West Gallery in Federal Court

Port Huron, MI – A Federal Court jury decided completely in favor of Phoenix based Fine Art Registry® and three individual defendants in a defamation and business interference case brought by Southfield Michigan company, Park West Gallery, and also awarded $500,000 in damages to Fine Art Registry for Park West Gallery’s illegal use of the […]

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