April, 2012

KM Fine Arts Presents Picasso and Beyond

KM Fine Arts is pleased to announce the opening of PICASSO and BEYOND presenting 28 works from some of the most iconic 20th century artists who were instrumental, or participated in the infamous School of Paris: Pablo Picasso, Joan Miro, Marc Chagall, Hans Hofmann, Alexander Calder, Willem de Kooning, and Picasso’s lover, artistic muse, and […]

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Museum of the City of New York presents The Video Art and Photography of Neil Goldberg

Museum of the City of New York presents The Video Art and Photography of Neil Goldberg

The Museum of the City of New York presents Stories the City Tells Itself. The Video Art and Photography of Neil Goldberg, an exhibition on view through May 28, 2012. Stories the City Tells Itself Subway Trapezoids, 2011-2012 Giclee print Courtesy of Neil Goldberg Stories the City Tells Itself: The Video Art and Photography of […]

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Artissima 19 announced for November 9–11

On November 8, under the direction of Sarah Cosulich Canarutto, Artissima 19 will be inaugurating a far-reaching programme that features an outstanding selection of cutting-edge contemporary art galleries. The Oval pavilion will host top-tier booth presentations by established and emerging galleries from over 30 countries and a stunning calendar of parallel initiatives aimed at involving […]

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Museum of Modern Art presents Eugene Atget exhibition

Museum of Modern Art presents Eugene Atget exhibition

The Museum of Modern Art presents Eugène Atget: “Documents pour artistes” an exhibition on view April 09, 2012. Eugène Atget, Rue de la Montagne-Sainte-Geneviève, June 1925. Gelatin silver printing-out-paper print, 6 11/16 x 8 3/4″ (17 x 22.2 cm). The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Abbott-Levy Collection. Partial gift of Shirley C. Burden. This […]

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Aachen Art Prize to be Awarded to artist Phyllida Barlow

The Aachen Art Prize for 2012 is scheduled to be awarded to British artist Phyllida Barlow. Born in Newcastle in 1944, Phyllida Barlow primarily works with sculpture, her works being characterised by a forceful connection to place. With prize money of 10,000 EUR and an exhibition in the Ludwig Forum, the Art Prize is awarded […]

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J. Paul Getty Museum Acquires Ansel Adams Photographs Collection

J. Paul Getty Museum Acquires Ansel Adams Photographs Collection

The J. Paul Getty Museum announced a generous donation of 25 photographs by acclaimed 20th century photographer Ansel Adams (American, 1902–1984). A gift of Carol Vernon and her husband Robert Turbin in memory of Marjorie and Leonard Vernon, “The Museum Set” was purchased from Adams by Vernon’s parents, with the understanding that they would one […]

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Wyspa Institute of Art announces Alternativa 2012

Wyspa Institute of Art announces Alternativa 2012 a project that seeks diverse modes of knowing and explores possible ways of being and acting in contemporaneity. This year’s programme comprises two exhibitions, entitled respectively Materiality and Wyspa. Now is Now. Aneta Szyłak, the artistic director, and the curators, Arne Hendriks, Ines Moreira, and Leire Vergara, assisted […]

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Hague Museum of Photography presents Pieter Hugo. This must be the place

The Hague Museum of Photography presents Pieter Hugo. This must be the place, an exhibition on view 3 March 2012 – 20 May 2012. The South African photographer Pieter Hugo’s (Johannesburg, 1976) monumental photographs, centred around contemporary Africa, are now well known around the world. He has already won numerous awards including the KLM Paul […]

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Dak’Art 2012, Biennale of Contemporary African Art: Contemporary Creation and Social Dynamics

The tenth edition of the Dakar Biennale takes place in a particular context. 2012 is the year of the elections, as was 2000. This year also marks the twentieth anniversary of the longest-established biennale on the African continent. The theme chosen for this edition proposes to examine, through various angles, the dialogue contemporary artists engage […]

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