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Jay Fleming Island Life photography exhibition at CBMM

Jay Fleming Island Life photography exhibition at CBMM

Chesapeake photographer Jay Fleming’s work will be featured in a new special exhibition at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in St. Michaels, Md., starting Jan. 28, 2022. Island Life: Changing Culture, Changing Shorelines will be on display in CBMM’s Van Lennep Auditorium through May 29, 2022. Originally planned for a 2020 opening, CBMM instead hosted […]

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Poems by Gabriel Rosenstock with artworks by Alfred Freddy Krupa

Poems by Gabriel Rosenstock with artworks by Alfred Freddy Krupa

Gabriel Rosenstock, an internationally acclaimed Irish poet published a book composed of tanka haiku poems in Irish, English, and Croatian, poems of love, mystery, and longing, in response to artwork by Alfred Freddy Krupa (Croatia). Dublin (IRL), New York (USA) – Gabriel Rosenstock, an internationally acclaimed Irish poet in association with the publisher Cross-Cultural Communications […]

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Artists Invite Artists 440 Gallery Invitational Exhibition

Artists Invite Artists 440 Gallery Invitational Exhibition

Opening Reception: Canceled Saturday’s opening reception is canceled due to the expected frigid temperatures. The gallery remains open this weekend from 11-7 for viewings. Artist Talk on Zoom Rescheduled to Sunday, February 6 @ 4:40pm Brooklyn, NY – 440 Gallery is pleased to present Artists Invite Artists, 440 Gallery Invitational Exhibition, January 12 – February […]

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Open Call: Brooklyn Utopias: Along the Canal

Open Call: Brooklyn Utopias: Along the Canal

Arts Gowanus and the Old Stone House & Washington Park (OSH) are currently accepting submissions for Brooklyn Utopias: Along the Canal, a gallery and public outdoor exhibitions inviting artists to consider what a “Utopia” would look like for the communities of the neighborhoods bordering the Gowanus Canal. These include Gowanus, Carroll Gardens/Cobble Hill, and Red […]

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Utah Museum of Fine Arts Acquires Works by Chiura Obata

Utah Museum of Fine Arts Acquires Works by Chiura Obata

Thirty-five works by Chiura Obata, one of the most significant Japanese American artists of the twentieth century, are now in the permanent collection of the Utah Museum of Fine Arts (UMFA) at the University of Utah—thanks to a generous gift from the Obata estate. Obata was an influential artist and teacher notable not only for […]

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The Print Center Presents Multipart Project of New Work by Carmen Winant

The Print Center Presents Multipart Project of New Work by Carmen Winant

The Print Center (TPC) will present A Brand New End: Survival and Its Pictures, a solo photography-based exhibition of new work by Carmen Winant as part of a four-component project developed by the artist through intensive research — a hallmark of her category-defying practice. The project incorporates historical and contemporary representations of oppression, liberation, and […]

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Frist Art Museum Announces On the Horizon: Contemporary Cuban Art from the Pérez Art Museum Miami

Frist Art Museum Announces On the Horizon: Contemporary Cuban Art from the Pérez Art Museum Miami

The Frist Art Museum presents On the Horizon: Contemporary Cuban Art from the Pérez Art Museum Miami, an exhibition exploring the diverse cultural and political landscapes of Cuba and its diaspora through paintings, photographs, sculptures, videos, and installations by fifty artists. Drawn from one of the largest public collections of Cuban art in the United […]

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Mississippi Museum of Art (MMA) announces A Movement in Every Direction: Legacies of the Great Migration

Mississippi Museum of Art (MMA) announces A Movement in Every Direction: Legacies of the Great Migration

On April 9, the Mississippi Museum of Art (MMA) will open A Movement in Every Direction: Legacies of the Great Migration, which explores the profound impact of the Great Migration on the social and cultural life of the United States from historical and personal perspectives. Co-organized with the Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA), the exhibition […]

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Toronto Biennial of Art Announces Confirmed Artists for its Second Edition

Toronto Biennial of Art Announces Confirmed Artists for its Second Edition

The Toronto Biennial of Art (the Biennial/TBA) announced its confirmed roster of Canadian and international artists for the second edition of the city-wide event, on view March 26 to June 5, 2022. Tairone Bastien, Candice Hopkins, and Katie Lawson are the curatorial team for the free, 72-day event with contributions from former TBA curators Clare […]

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The days of tourism and culture of Almaty were announced at Expo 2020 Dubai

The days of tourism and culture of Almaty were announced at Expo 2020 Dubai

From December 17 to December 19, 2021, the city of Almaty will be presented at Expo 2020 Dubai, in order to promote the tourism potential, with the involvement of the main tour operators of the city. Within three days, the pavilion of Kazakhstan will demonstrate the creative side of Almaty to the visitors of the […]

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440 Gallery 17th Annual Small Works Show Opens December 1

440 Gallery 17th Annual Small Works Show Opens December 1

Brooklyn, NY – From December 1, 2021 to January 7, 2022, 440 Gallery celebrates small-scale creativity and innovation with WHOLENESS: The 17th Annual Small Works Show. In collaboration with MIDHEAVEN Network, this national juried show is a collection of artwork in a range of media and styles. This year’s show, for the first time, will […]

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“Greater Toronto Art 2021” MOCA Toronto’s inaugural triennial survey exhibition

“Greater Toronto Art 2021” MOCA Toronto’s inaugural triennial survey exhibition

Toronto, ON. … On September 29, 2021, the Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto (MOCA) launched Greater Toronto Art 2021 (GTA21), a triennial survey. The first edition brings together 21 energizing artists and art collectives who work in the Greater Toronto Area or have direct connections with the city. Spanning all three floors of the Museum, […]

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