July, 2010

Ira Fox Fine Art Photography Exhibit Opens in New York City

Manhattan based Fine Art photographer, Ira Fox, has opened a new exhibit of his ‘Still Life’s’ and ‘Reflections’ series in New York City The exhibit will feature more than 20 of Ira’s original images. Ira’s exhibit, which is open to the public from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday, will run through August […]

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Threadneedle Prize 2010 Shortlist Announced

The seven works of art shortlisted for this year’s £25,000 Threadneedle Prize have been selected. Three highly respected art experts have selected The Threadneedle Prize 2010 exhibition at the Mall Galleries, London, choosing 46 works from more than 2,100 entries submitted through open competition. The emphasis for this year’s Prize is on producing a visually […]

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Aicon Gallery Presents MALLEABLE MEMORY: A Group Exhibition

Aicon Gallery Presents MALLEABLE MEMORY: A Group Exhibition

Aicon Gallery New York presents MALLEABLE MEMORY, a group exhibition featuring selected work from a host of international artists. The artists featured in this exhibition ask us to embrace our inherently subjective interpretations of both personal and collective histories through the evolving and illusive device of memory and the complicated ways such informs our understanding […]

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Henry Moore Sculpture Returns to Gropius House

Henry Moore Sculpture Returns to Gropius House

The Henry Moore Foundation recently awarded Historic New England a grant to support the acquisition of a Henry Moore sculpture for the Gropius House in Lincoln, Massachusetts. The grant of £7,000, approximately $10,000 USD, goes toward the permanent acquisition of the bronze reclining figure given by Moore to Walter and Ise Gropius in 1946. The […]

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New Curatorial and Conservation Appointments at Metropolitan Museum

Thomas P. Campbell, Director of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, announced three appointments within the Museum’s curatorial and conservation departments: • Elizabeth Mankin Kornhauser as Curator in The American Wing; • Jennifer Perry as Conservator for Japanese paintings in the Department of Asian Art; and • Xavier F. Salomon as Curator in the Department of […]

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Alfred Ehrhardt Foundation Presents Urban Growths: Positions in Contemporary Plant Photography

Alfred Ehrhardt Foundation Presents Urban Growths: Positions in Contemporary Plant Photography

Ideas grow, cities grow, plants grow. This year the Alfred Ehrhardt Foundation is dedicating its summer exhibition, titled Urban Growths, to a surprising aspect of contemporary photography. The group show brings together six contemporary positions in photography dedicated to the complex theme of plants in the city. With Urban Growths. Positions in Contemporary Plant Photography […]

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Haitian Children Support Themselves with Art on Display at Fairhaven Originals Gallery

Beautiful art created by Haitian children participating in the Art Creation Foundation for Children program is on display and for sale at Fairhaven Originals Gallery (FOG) in Bellingham, Washington. Bright multi-colored paper-mâché figures and bowls make up the collection on display. FOG owner, David McInnis, met up with ACFFC principals in Jacmel, Haiti while flying […]

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Eakins’s ‘The Gross Clinic’ to be Centerpiece of Exhibition at the Philadelphia Museum of Art

Eakins’s ‘The Gross Clinic’ to be Centerpiece of Exhibition at the Philadelphia Museum of Art

The Gross Clinic of 1875 is the most renowned work created by the great Philadelphia painter Thomas Eakins (1844-1916) and a landmark in the history of 19th-century American art. In late 2008, the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, joint owners of The Gross Clinic, initiated a plan to […]

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Minnesota Center for Book Arts Book Art Biennial 2011

Jeff Rathermel, interim executive director, announced that Minnesota Center for Book Arts (MCBA) will present the second Book Art Biennial in summer 2011. Set to take place the last weekend of July, the Biennial will focus on the theme of extended engagement. The MCBA Prize, which reaches to all corners of the globe and attracts […]

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