July, 2010

Ikon.5 architects Wins International Architecture Award

Ikon.5 architects Wins International Architecture Award

Princeton, NJ. ikon.5 architects of Princeton, NJ have been awarded The International Architecture Award for 2010 by the Chicago Athenaeum: The Museum of Architecture and Design and The European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies. Their winning project was Kirkwood Public Library, New Castle, Delaware. The International Architecture Awards are the highest and […]

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Artist Marlene Carroll Couri Launches New Website

Artist Marlene Carroll Couri launches a new website at marlenecarrollcouri.com and marlenecarroll.com which now allows collectors of Marlene’s artwork to view her current series. Marlene’s creative career began in the fashion industry, staging and choreographing elaborate fashion shows in New York City and throughout the United States. In 1991, she began to paint and found […]

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Design Photographer Richard Wunsch Joins Wisconsinmade.com

Wisconsinmade.com carefully selects only the finest-quality products made in Wisconsin and offers them for sale on the Internet. Wunsch has now reproduced his stunning nature photographs on note-cards and makes them available to Wisconsinmade.com customers across the country. “Richard’s artistic focus on Wisconsin’s culture and landscapes communicates the natural beauty of our state,” said Linda […]

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Gallery One Twenty One Artist Co-operative Adds Lumicrest LED Lighting

Gallery One Twenty One, an artist co-operative gallery in Belleville Ontario, Canada recently converted their entire lighting system to Lumicrest’s LED lighting. Not only did the Gallery save over 82% on their energy consumption costs, artists and visitors reported they found the appearance of the gallery and the artwork to be greatly enhanced by the […]

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Collection of Works of Art by Jean Cocteau to Sell at Bonhams

Collection of Works of Art by Jean Cocteau to Sell at Bonhams

Subjects Include Picasso, Edith Piaf and Jean Marais A remarkable collection of drawings, pastels and ceramics by the French poet, filmmaker, playwright and novelist, Jean Cocteau (1889-1963), brought together by the late business tycoon and founder of Gucci timepieces Severin Wunderman (1939-2008) and kept in his 12-bedroom chateau in the South of France, is to […]

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Lost Ansel Adams Negatives Discovered

A collection of Ansel Adams glass photographic negative plates, thought lost, have been discovered by an antique shopper Rick Norsigian, a Fresno painter, who bought the images at a Southern California garage sale in 2000, for $45. They were sold to him by a man who bought them at a 1940s warehouse salvage in Los […]

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Le Havre Contemporary Art Biennale Explores Comics and Contemporary Art

Le Havre Contemporary Art Biennale Explores Comics and Contemporary Art

The third Le Havre contemporary art biennale will take place from 1 to 31 October 2010. The event will be dedicated to the exploration of the relations between comics and contemporary art. “We knew for a long time that literature included works ranging from Winnie the pooh to Histoires d’O, and that Ben Affleck’s movies […]

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Art in Action Expands Online Visual Art Program

Art in Action, a leading nonprofit K-12 art education organization, today announced a new expansion of its comprehensive, masterpiece-based online visual art program with a series of lessons covering Renaissance Art. The lessons are aimed at educating students in middle and high school, and they supplement the recently introduced Ancient Art lessons. The 12 new […]

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RISD Museum of Art Presents Works by Lynda Benglis

RISD Museum of Art Presents Works by Lynda Benglis

American sculptor Lynda Benglis (b. 1941) has defied prevailing views on the nature and function of art for more than 40 years. The exhibition Lynda Benglis, opening at The RISD Museum October 1, 2010, through Sunday, January 9, 2011, is composed of more than 50 works that represent the breadth of her remarkable output, dating […]

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