April, 2012

Blue Star Contemporary Art Center announces Scale. A Gathering of Sculptors international conference

Blue Star Contemporary Art Center announces Scale. A Gathering of Sculptors international conference

Blue Star Contemporary Art Center is pleased to present Scale: A Gathering of Sculptors, an international conference featuring renowned sculptors from five countries who will present their work. This symposium offers a unique opportunity to interface, network and partake in dialogue with international artists and Public Art Network representatives. Blue Star Contemporary Art Center Tickets […]

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Central Asia Pavilion at the Venice Biennale 2013 call for project proposals

Hivos and the Arts and Culture Program of the Open Society Foundations (OSF) invite project proposals for the Central Asia Pavilion (CAP) to be realized within the framework of the 55th International Art Exhibition – Venice Biennale 2013. Hivos/OSF envision the Central Asia Pavilion as a regional rather than a national pavilion, challenging the constraints […]

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Manifesta 9 announces Artists and Participants

Manifesta 9 announces Artists and Participants

Manifesta 9, the European Biennial of Contemporary Art,announce the artists and participants of its ninth edition, taking place in Genk, Limburg, Belgium, from 2 June–30September 2012. The curatorial team, composed of Mexican Cuauhtémoc Medina, Greek Katerina Gregos, and British Dawn Ades, has developed a concept creating a dialogue between different layers of art, heritage and […]

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HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE ART AND ANTIQUE DEALERS LEAGUESPRING SHOW NYC TANTALIZE EVERY TYPE OF BUYER—FROM MUSEUM EXPERT TO NEOPHYTE

Astute organizers of art and antique fairs pursue a dual mission. On the one hand, they must appeal to museum professionals and seasoned buyers, and on the other, they want to welcome neophytes. No art and antiques fair anywhere in the world fulfills those two goals with more aplomb than the Spring Show NYC, which […]

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Harvard Art Museums Presents Exhibition of Lyonel Feininger Photographs

Harvard Art Museums Presents Exhibition of Lyonel Feininger Photographs

One of the most versatile talents of the modern art movement in Germany, the American-born Lyonel Feininger (1871–1956) is celebrated as a master of caricature, figurative painting, and a distinctive brand of cubism, but he also created a fascinating body of photographic work that is virtually unknown. Drawn primarily from the collections at Harvard University’s […]

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ARCOmadrid 2013 call for galleries

ARCOmadrid is launching its 2013 edition with Turkey as Guest Country, to be held on 13–17 February next year. As it continues evolving into a fair for discovery and exploration, it will continue to focus on the artists and the programmes of the participating galleries, while introducing new initiatives promoting its facet as a meeting […]

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The 440 Gallery presents Petits Fours by Amy Williams A gilded installation of interior photographs of Versailles

The 440 Gallery presents Petits Fours by Amy Williams A gilded installation of interior photographs of Versailles

Brooklyn, NY– Opulent, decadent, rich, over-the-top are just some of the words used to describe the French Ancien Regime Palace of Versailles. With Petits Fours, Amy Williams’ solo exhibition at the 440 Gallery, the artist examines the extravagance of King Louis XIV’s famed palace. On “learning” that the peasantry had no bread to eat, the […]

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New Zealand Art comes to New York

Those who appreciate New Zealand and its wonderful, varied art are in for a special treat at Agora Gallery, which is hosting the talented artists of Auckland’s Flagstaff Gallery, in two separate shows both of which are entitled ‘Made in New Zealand: An Exhibition of Fine Art from New Zealand. The Flagstaff Gallery was established […]

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Museum fur Gegenwartskunst presents Robert Smithson Landscape photographs Exhibition

Museum fur Gegenwartskunst presents Robert Smithson Landscape photographs Exhibition

The Museum fur Gegenwartskunst presents Robert Smithson. The Invention of Landscape, on view through May 28, 2012, focusing on his landscape work created in Holland in 1971. It shows 4 films, 30 drawings, photographs and additional source material, as well as an installation. Robert Smithson, “Broken Circle/Spiral Hill, View of Spiral Hill,” 1971, Emmen/Holland. © […]

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