March, 2012

Robert Morris University Springfield Gallery presents Bret Steinhaus Around Each Corner. Expression in Color

Robert Morris University Springfield Gallery presents Bret Steinhaus Around Each Corner. Expression in Color

Renowned Midwest watercolorist Bret Steinhaus takes his solo exhibition “Around Each Corner – Expression in Color” to the Robert Morris University Springfield Gallery. Opening Reception April 6, 2012 – 5:00-7:pm Exhibit runs April 3 through May 18, 2012 at the Robert Morris Gallery 607 East Adams Street, Springfield, IL 62701. More information: BretSteinhaus.com Bret Steinhaus, […]

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Grand Marais Art Colony Artist Invites Public to Engage and Observe the Creative Process

Artist-in-Residence with painter Hazel Belvo, April 9-22 at the Grand Marais Art Colony. Renowned visual artist, Hazel Belvo, will open the artist studio to the community through a daily open house and three public lectures with the intent of dispelling the untouchable mystique surrounding art to build a stronger arts community. During the fourteen day […]

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Hasted Kraeutler Opens Nick Brandt On This Earth, A Shadow Falls

Hasted Kraeutler Opens Nick Brandt On This Earth, A Shadow Falls

Hasted Kraeutler presents Nick Brandt On This Earth, A Shadow Falls, an exhibition on view March 29 – May 19, 2012. Nick Brandt, Elephant Drinking, Amboseli, 2007. Photo: Hasted Kraeutler Hasted Kraeutler announce their inaugural exhibition of work by Nick Brandt, On This Earth, A Shadow Falls, beginning March 29 and running through May 19, […]

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María Ines Camara. New Paradigms of Subjectivity

Award-winning Argentinean artist María Inés Cámara crafts awe-inspiring paintings that represent a ballet of motion, activity, and imagination. A recurring motif is the colorful flowing ribbons that zoom, dip and curl around the canvas, threading the composition together. Her creative approach employs unusual visual trickery and trompe l’oeil, with certain shapes appearing as fabric or […]

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Getty Conservation Institute Announces New International Initiative Focused on Conserving Modern Architecture

Getty Conservation Institute Announces New International Initiative Focused on Conserving Modern Architecture

Despite increased recognition of the cultural significance of modern architecture, there is still a dearth of information on how best to conserve it. The Getty Conservation Institute (GCI) in Los Angeles today announced a new international effort, the Conserving Modern Architecture Initiative, or CMAI, that intends to add to the effort. Eames House, also known […]

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The Ocean Abstractions of Douglas The Boogie Man at Agora Gallery

The artist who calls himself Douglas The Boogie Man is not as fearsome as he sounds. In fact, his work is decidedly magnificent, rewarding exploration. Douglas crafts wonderfully alive, natural abstractions of the ocean using a thick impasto technique influenced by Abstract Expressionism. Waves take on a writhing form right before being smashed into rocks […]

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John Akomfrah and Charles Esche receive Princess Margriet Award

The European Cultural Foundation (ECF) is pleased to announce that film-maker John Akomfrah (1957, Ghana) and curator Charles Esche (1962, England)—Director of the Van Abbemuseum in the Netherlands—received the ECF Princess Margriet Award on 19 March 2012 at a packed ceremony at the Egg in Brussels. The award is given out annually to European artists, […]

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