July, 2013

Metropolitan Museum of Art presents Ken Price Sculpture: A Retrospective

Metropolitan Museum of Art presents Ken Price Sculpture: A Retrospective

The Metropolitan Museum of Art presents Ken Price Sculpture: A Retrospective an exhibition on view through September 22, 2013. For more than 50 years, Los Angeles artist Ken Price, who died on February 24, 2012 at the age of 77, made innovative works that helped redefine contemporary sculpture by advancing the medium of clay well […]

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Everyone in the Pool, an exuberant summer exhibit of 440 Gallery member artists

Everyone in the Pool, an exuberant summer exhibit of 440 Gallery member artists

Brooklyn, NY — Come in where it is cool and take the plunge, literally and figuratively! 440 Gallery is pleased to present Everyone in the Pool, a group show of diverse artwork from each of its fourteen members. Ours is an artistic gene pool where ideas meet, hybridize, evolve, and powerful synergies constantly occur. As […]

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Chicago Signature Summer Art Event July 5 – 7

The finest artists in the country will return to Downtown Chicago for the city’s premier three-day summer art event, the 22nd Annual Chicago Tribune North Michigan Avenue Art Festival, slated for July 5 – 7, 2013. This celebration of the arts is consistently voted one of the top 100 outdoor-juried art festivals in the country […]

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Pintar Rapido new art festival for London

Pintar Rapido new art festival for London

TODAY (July 2) sees the launch of Pintar Rapido (meaning Painting Quickly in Spanish), a new two-day arts festival in London taking place on July 13 & 14 across the Borough of Kensington & Chelsea. It is open to professional and amateur artists from all over the UK and will celebrate London’s urban cityscape and […]

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Noguchi Museum presents Highlights from the Collection: Reworked exhibition

Noguchi Museum presents Highlights from the Collection: Reworked exhibition

Noguchi Museum presents Highlights from the Collection: Reworked an exhibition on view through September 1, 2013. The first example includes two groups of objects Noguchi made inspired by Constantin Brancusi in the 1930s, following his apprenticeship in Brancusi’s studio, when he was still very much under the Romanian’s influence and two decades later, in homage […]

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