March, 2011

Out of the Silent Planet at National Museum of Contemporary Art Korea

Out of the Silent Planet at National Museum of Contemporary Art Korea

Out of the Silent Planet, on view through 29 May 2011, consists of ten media art pieces from museum collection by the following revolutionary media artists from 1970s to present; Park Hyun-ki, Yook Tae-jin, Kim Seung-young, Kim Ki-chul, Cho Duck-hyun, Kim Young-jin, Lee Bul, Gim Hong-sok. The Media Art from NMCA Collection Out of the […]

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Conversations with Contemporary Artists at the Guggenheim

The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum presents The Elaine Terner Cooper Education Fund: Conversations with Contemporary Artists. Omer Fast Tuesday, April 5 Omer Fast works with film, video, and television footage to examine the complex interplay between personal and public histories. In his installation Godville (2005), currently on view, Fast manipulates interviews with reenactors at Colonial […]

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Jeff Guess Exhibition at the La Criee Centre for Contemporary Arts

Jeff Guess Exhibition at the La Criee Centre for Contemporary Arts

American artist Jeff Guess looks into the pinhole concept via a three-part presentation: an installation comprising two video projections – Disambiguation (2004 [2011]) and Untitled (2011) – and the photographic object Partially Instantiated Object (2011). The two latter pieces have been specially made for the exhibition. On view through 17 April. Jeff Guess From Hand […]

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Alan Cristea Gallery Opens Pablo Picasso Portrait Lithographs Exhibition

Alan Cristea Gallery Opens Pablo Picasso Portrait Lithographs Exhibition

Alan Cristea Gallery presents an exhibition of rare portrait lithographs by Pablo Picasso, from 24 March until 21 April 2011. Lithography, a method for printing using a stone or metal plate, was a medium which fascinated Picasso; this exhibition charts the decade from 1945 which saw his most prolific period of activity in the medium […]

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de Appel arts centre / The Fair Gallery Announces  The Gallerist Programme

de Appel arts centre / The Fair Gallery Announces The Gallerist Programme

de Appel arts centre and The Fair Gallery announces The Gallerist Programme: A professional development programme for aspiring gallerists September 2012–June 2013. Presenting a week of intensive workshops in the Fall of 2011. de Appel arts centre and The Fair Gallery are pleased to announce their forthcoming collaborative project The Gallerist Programme, a professional development […]

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Islamic Art Masterpieces at the Pergamonmuseum

he Pergamonmuseum presents A Collector’s Fortune. Islamic Art Masterpieces of the Keir Collection, open 18 March 2010 – until further notice. Known around the world as the ‘Keir Collection’, Edmund de Unger’s collection of Islamic art will, over the coming years, enrich works belonging to the National Museums in Berlin’s Museum of Islamic Art as […]

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Exhibition of Work by Dr. Lakra at Museo Amparo

Exhibition of Work by Dr. Lakra at Museo Amparo

The Museo Amparo presents an exhibition of work Dr. Lakra on view now through 9 May 2011. Jerónimo López Ramírez (born 1972, Oaxaca, Mexico) is a self-taught illustrator and tattoo artist who signs his work as Dr. Lakra. This alias reflects the artist’s tendency towards rebellion— “doctor” is a title that commands respect, while “lakra” […]

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Toronto 24th Images Festival March 31–April 9 2011

Established in 1987, Toronto’s Images Festival is the largest festival in North America for experimental and independent moving image culture, showcasing the innovative edge of international contemporary media art both on and off the screen. Alongside film and video screenings, the festival presents groundbreaking live performances, media art installations in 14 local art galleries and […]

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Zeng Fanzhi Exhibition in Hong Kong

Zeng Fanzhi Exhibition in Hong Kong

Christie’s auctioneers, and the Rockbund Art Museum, Shanghai’s leading contemporary art museum, will present “BEING”, an exhibition featuring about 30 iconic works by Zeng Fanzhi (born in 1964), one of the world’s best known Chinese contemporary artists. Sponsored by the François Pinault Foundation and focusing on a theme that is close to the artist’s heart […]

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