March, 2011

Pipilotti Rist Exhibition at Albright-Knox

Pipilotti Rist Exhibition at Albright-Knox

This second exhibition in the Gallery for New Media will center on the recent acquisition of All or Nothing (alles oder nichts), 2010, an intimately scaled video sculpture by the Swiss-born artist Pipilotti Rist and the first work by the artist to be acquired by the Albright-Knox. On view through July 3, 2011. Pipilotti Rist […]

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Pierce Ball Gallery Announces the Art of the Car Show

Inspiration can come from anything if you are open to it. “I noticed that a large percentage of people that came to my gallery drove amazing cars – from classic restored cars to stunning new sports cars. This inspired my latest show – Art of the Car,” said Elizabeth Ball, Director of the Pierce Ball […]

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Jeff Koons Exhibition at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art

Jeff Koons Exhibition at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art

One of the most highly acclaimed and internationally successful artists working today will be the focus of a new display at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art this spring. ARTIST ROOMS: Jeff Koons will bring together a selection of 18 major works, in a variety of media, charting the American artist’s career from the […]

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After the Gold Rush Contemporary Photographs from the MoMA Collection

After the Gold Rush Contemporary Photographs from the MoMA Collection

The Metropolitan Museum of Art presents After the Gold Rush: Contemporary Photographs from the Collection on view March 22, 2011 – January 2, 2012, in the Joyce and Robert Menschel Hall for Modern Photography. Drawn entirely from the Museum’s permanent collection, the exhibition features 25 photographs dating from 1979 to the present by 15 contemporary […]

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The Crucible Adds Studio Access in Oakland

The Crucible, Oakland’s nonprofit fine and industrial arts and education center, is adding twenty-eight hours of studio access each week and increasing space and equipment for popular classes. The changes are designed to make The Crucible’s unique resources more accessible to a broader segment of the community. Beginning March 28th, The Crucible’s studio hours will […]

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Robert Crumb Cartoons Sold at Philip Weiss Auction

Robert Crumb Cartoons Sold at Philip Weiss Auction

An archive of material pertaining to the famous counterculture cartoonist Robert Crumb – including a pair of original hand-drawn personal greeting cards and a 13-page sketchbook – sold for $16,950 at a multi-estate sale held March 4-6 by Philip Weiss Auctions. The event was held in the firm’s showroom, located at #1 Neil Court in […]

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Joan Mirviss Reports Birds of Dawn Pioneers of Japan’s Sodeisha Ceramic Movement Best Exhibition In Her 35-year Career

NEW YORK – Since its opening on March 16 for Asia Week New York 2011, “Birds of Dawn: Pioneers of Japan’s Sôdeisha Ceramic Movement,” the exhibition currently on view at Joan B. Mirviss Ltd. at 39 East 78th Street, has been attracting tremendous attention from collectors, curators, the media and the public-at-large. The show focuses […]

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Leslie Ferrin Presents Chris Antemann at SOFA New York

Leslie Ferrin Presents Chris Antemann at SOFA New York

The Ferrin Gallery presents “The Pursuit of Porcelain” — an installation of ceramic sculpture, photography, video and works on paper — at the Sculpture Objects & Functional Art Fair in New York, April 14 – 17, 2011, at the Park Avenue Armory. The Inspired by an 18th century porcelain room filled with a collection of […]

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Lehmann Maupin Gallery Opens Second Solo Exhibition of Works by Tim Rollins and K.O.S

Lehmann Maupin Gallery announces its second solo exhibition of works by Tim Rollins and K.O.S., on view 24 March – 30 April, 2011 at 540 W. 26th Street. The exhibition will continue the artists’ extensive practice of challenging notions of art through deep engagement with literary and historical texts. Tim Rollins and K.O.S. will feature […]

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