October, 2011

Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane Presents Civil Rights etc. Rita Donagh and Richard Hamilton

Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane Presents Civil Rights etc. Rita Donagh and Richard Hamilton

Dublin City Gallery the Hugh Lane Presents Civil Rights etc. Rita Donagh and Richard Hamilton a major retrospective exhibition by two of Britain’s most respected artists, Richard Hamilton and Rita Donagh. on view through 15 January 2012. The exhibition includes works from the 1960s to this decade that primarily relate to Ireland, but also to […]

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Dublin City Gallery Presents Willie Doherty. DISTURBANCE

Dublin City Gallery Presents Willie Doherty. DISTURBANCE

Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane presents Willie Doherty. DISTURBANCE on view through 15 January 2012. Willie Doherty, Disturbance, 2011, C-print mounted on aluminium with non reflective Plexiglas, 122 x 152 cm. Courtesy of the artist and Kerlin Gallery, Dublin. Willie Doherty is renowned for his video installations and photographs. DISTURBANCE at Dublin City Gallery […]

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Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery Announces Countryside Juried Art Competition

Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery Announces Countryside Juried Art Competition

Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery announces a Juried Art Competition with a theme of “Countryside” in which 2D artists (Including Photography & Excluding Video) from around the world are invited to make online submissions for inclusion into the Gallery’s December 2011 online group art exhibition. Light Space & Time encourages entries from all […]

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Lombard Freid Projects Presents Jacob Feiges Paintings Drawings and Sound Sculptures

Lombard Freid Projects Presents Jacob Feiges Paintings Drawings and Sound Sculptures

Lombard Freid Projects present From the Bellona Museum of Natural History, Jacob Feige’s third solo exhibition at the gallery. A new series of paintings, drawings and sound-sculptures continues Feige’s study of the American landscape, going beyond his fundamental fascination with land that has been abstracted through human development. The specific geographical depictions that inspire Feige’s […]

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Wadsworth Atheneum Opens Patti Smith New Photography and Installation Work

Wadsworth Atheneum Opens Patti Smith New Photography and Installation Work

The first museum presentation of Smith’s work in the United States in nearly ten years, Patti Smith: Camera Solo will highlight the continual symbiosis between Smith’s photography and her interest in poetry and literature and is on view from October 21, 2011 – February 19, 2012. Patti Smith, Scripture, Glasgow Cathedral, 2002. Unique Polaroid, 4 […]

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SKOR| Foundation for Art and Public Domain Presents Housing the Social

SKOR| Foundation for Art and Public Domain Presents Housing the Social

The SKOR| Foundation for Art and Public Domain presents Actors, Agents and Attendants II: Social Housing—Housing the Social. November 4 and 5, 2011. Social Housing—Housing the Social is a two-day symposium that emphasises the relationship between the waning political and practical imperative of social housing and the broader political and philosophical idea of ‘housing the […]

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Abraaj Capital Art Prize 2012 Winners Announced

Abraaj Capital Art Prize 2012 Winners Announced

The Abraaj Capital Art Prize, now in its fourth year, is delighted to announce its five winning artists for 2012. The artists, who were selected from a record number of submissions, have begun working on realizing the artworks they proposed which will be unveiled during Art Dubai in March 2012. The artworks become permanent additions […]

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Pace Gallery and the Calder Foundation Opens Calder 1941 Exhibition

Pace Gallery and the Calder Foundation Opens Calder 1941 Exhibition

The Pace Gallery, in collaboration with the Calder Foundation, presents Calder 1941, an exhibition focusing on a seminal year in Alexander Calder’s career and the apotheosis of a decade of experimentation following his invention of the mobile in 1931. Calder 1941 will be on view at 32 East 57th Street, New York, from October 21 […]

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Design Matters Wins the 2011 People’s Design Award

The Smithsonian’s Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum presented its sixth People’s Design Award to Design Matters, a show about design and culture, Thursday, Oct. 20, at its 12th annual National Design Awards gala in New York. White House Social Secretary Jeremy Bernard and musician and fashion designer Pharrell announced the winning design and presented the award […]

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