March, 2011

Pace Gallery Presents New Paintings, Drawings, and Prints by James Siena

Pace Gallery Presents New Paintings, Drawings, and Prints by James Siena

The Pace Gallery presents an exhibition of paintings, drawings, and prints by James Siena, featuring new works created by the artist over the past three years. The exhibition focuses on the artist’s methodology, from his use of repeated systems to figurative drawings that explore alternate means of creating an image. The show will be on […]

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Calvert 22 Presents Practice For Everyday Life – Young Artists from Russia

Calvert 22 Presents practice For Everyday Life – Young Artists from Russia, open through 29 May 2011. In association with the Institute for Contemporary Art (ICA) Moscow, and Centre for Contemporary Art – Winzavod, Calvert 22 presents new work from a selection of emerging artists from Russia. This unique presentation aims to convey a vivid […]

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Von Lintel Gallery Opens Exhibition of New Paintings by Antonio Murado

Von Lintel Gallery Opens Exhibition of New Paintings by Antonio Murado

Von Lintel Gallerypresents Ophelia, an exhibition of new paintings by Antonio Murado. This will be the artist’s second solo show with Von Lintel Gallery and his seventh in New York. On view through April 30, 2011. Murado is an extraordinarily versatile painter with a voracious and omnivorous appetite for source material. His paintings range from […]

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Croatia at the Venice Biennale

Antonio G. Lauer a.k.a Tomislav Gotovac and performative collective BADco. will represent Croatia at the 54th Biennale di Venezia in the exhibition entitled One Needs to Live Self-Confidently… Watching, curated by WHW. The Croatian presentation will be in the Arsenale. Tomislav Gotovac’s complex and multilayered projects, combining a range of different art practices, are considered […]

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Michael Rosenfeld Gallery Opens Romare Bearden (1911-1988): COLLAGE A Centennial Celebration

Michael Rosenfeld Gallery Opens Romare Bearden (1911-1988): COLLAGE A Centennial Celebration

Michael Rosenfeld Gallery presents a solo exhibition of works by Romare Bearden (American, 1911-1988). Romare Bearden: Collage, A Centennial Exhibition will be on view from March 26 to May 21, 2011. This is the Michael Rosenfeld Gallery’s second solo show of Bearden’s work and the first to focus exclusively on collage, the medium through which […]

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New York Indian Film Festival 2011

The Indo-American Arts Council has announced the feature films that have been selected for the Opening Night, Centerpiece, and Closing Night spots for the highly anticipated New York Indian Film Festival which runs May 4 to May 8 in Manhattan. Opening the 11th annual edition of the IAAC’s popular film festival will be the North […]

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IAAC Presents Erasing Borders Eighth Annual Exhibition of Contemporary Indian Art

IAAC Presents Erasing Borders Eighth Annual Exhibition of Contemporary Indian Art

The (IAAC) Presents Erasing Borders: Eighth Annual Exhibition of Contemporary Indian Art. Open March 19 – April 10, 2011, eatures work by 43 artists whose origins can be traced to the Indian subcontinent. This group of multinational and intergenerational artists, chosen by curator Vijay Kumar, reflects a broad range of life experiences and aesthetic values. […]

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TEFAF Maastricht 2011 Reports Strong Sales

Following a very strong start at TEFAF Maastricht 2011, sales continued throughout the 1st week with visitor numbers remaining high and dealer confidence strong. By the end of the first weekend over 30.000 people had visited TEFAF and 125 private jets had landed at Maastricht-Aachen airport. On Saturday visitors included the World Chinese Collectors Conference […]

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Galerie Michael Janssen Opens Solo Exhibition by Monique van Genderen

Galerie Michael Janssen Opens Solo Exhibition by Monique van Genderen

Entitled The Gentle Art of Making Enemies the exhibition alludes to the book of the same name by James Abbot McNeill Whistler. First published in 1892 it is an account of personal revenges between Whistler and the art critic John Ruskin who criticized Whistler‘s painting Nocturne in Black and Gold, exhibited in the Grosvenor Gallery […]

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