October, 2011

International Center of Photography Announces Sudden Impact. Photography on the Printed Page

International Center of Photography Announces Sudden Impact. Photography on the Printed Page

The International Center of Photography will present Sudden Impact: Photography on the Printed Page November 10–13, 2011 at the Nave of the Grand Palais. ICP joins the Tate Modern and the Musée de l’Elysée in the Recent Acquisitions exhibition, which explores a variety of museum acquisition strategies. Sudden Impact: Photography on the Printed Page includes […]

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Fifteenth Annual Boston International Fine Art Show (BIFAS) November 17-20

Fifteenth Annual Boston International Fine Art Show (BIFAS) November 17-20

Galleries from the United States and Europe will offer more than 3,000 original works of art at the Fifteenth Annual Boston International Fine Art Show (BIFAS), November 17-20, 2011 at The Cyclorama, Boston Center for The Arts (BCA). The show opens with a Gala Preview on Thursday, November 17 from 5:30 to 8:30pm to benefit […]

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The Pace Gallery Opens Hiroshi Sugimoto. Surface of the Third Order

The Pace Gallery Opens Hiroshi Sugimoto. Surface of the Third Order

The Pace Gallery presents Hiroshi Sugimoto. Surface of the Third Order. An exhibition of new objects by Hiroshi Sugimoto on view Oct 28, 2011 – Dec 23, 2011. Hiroshi Sugimoto, Mathematical Model 002 Dini’s surface: a surface of constant negative curvature obtained by twisting a pseudosphere, 2005. Aluminum and iron. Total height: 109-1/2″ (278.2 cm); […]

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Art.Fair 2011 Opens in Cologne

The ninth annual ART.FAIR has opened at the Staatenhaus am Rheinpark, Cologne. After the successful opening in the new halls in 2010, with approximately 32,000 visitors, organizers expect even more art enthusiasts this year – because there is plenty to see: the trade fair is expanding into an additional hall. A total of 16,000 m² […]

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Whitechapel Gallery Announces Call for Entries for The London Open

Whitechapel Gallery Announces Call for Entries for The London Open

The Whitechapel Gallery calls for all artists aged 26 or over living and working in London to enter The London Open, the Gallery’s triennial open submission exhibition. Providing a snapshot of art now, the exhibition aims to showcase the most dynamic and engaging work being made across the capital to an international audience in 2012. […]

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Exhibition of Early Modern Scandinavian Painting Opens at Scandinavia House

Exhibition of Early Modern Scandinavian Painting Opens at Scandinavia House

Works by Munch, Hammershøi, and other pioneers of Nordic Modernism featured in retrospective celebrating centennial of American-Scandinavian Foundation Luminous Modernism: Scandinavian Art Comes to America, 1912, an international loan exhibition of paintings by Edvard Munch, Vilhelm Hammershøi, Anders Zorn, and other Scandinavian pioneers of modernism, opens October 25, 2011, at Scandinavia House: The Nordic Center […]

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Blain|Di Donna Opens Dangerous Liaisons A Survey of Work by Rene Magritte

Blain|Di Donna Opens Dangerous Liaisons A Survey of Work by Rene Magritte

Blain|Di Donna presents as its inaugural exhibition, Dangerous Liaisons, a survey of paintings, works on paper and objects by the Belgian Surrealist René Magritte. On view 28 October 2011 – 1 December 2011. Bringing together over twenty five major oils, gouaches and drawings, this is the first Magritte show of this scale to be presented […]

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Marlborough Gallery Presents Fernando Botero Via Crucis. The Passion of the Christ

Marlborough Gallery Presents Fernando Botero Via Crucis. The Passion of the Christ

Marlborough Gallery presents the first showing of a new body of work by the world renowned Colombian artist, Fernando Botero. The exhibition, entitled Via Crucis, is based on scenes from the passion of Christ. This will be Botero’s first New York exhibition since 2006 when he presented the critically acclaimed show of paintings dealing with […]

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Kit Schulte Contemporary Art Opens Malte Hagen Olbertz. Stand Der Dinge Painting

Kit Schulte Contemporary Art Opens Malte Hagen Olbertz. Stand Der Dinge Painting

“Collect no crumpled papers and stuff in the corners, which attracts mice,” we were told as children. So excited so we pushed everything together to watch it for days in anticipation of spontaneous generation (of mice). That it has sometimes rustled in the pile enough of us to become advocates of this theory of creation. […]

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