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St. Louis Arts Organizations Present the American Arts Experience

ST. LOUIS, MO.- For 17 days and nights, beginning October 1, 2010, the The American Arts Experience – St. Louis will fill concert halls, museums, theaters, universities and outdoor spaces in the St. Louis area with dozens of performances and shows...

Philadelphia Museum of Art opens Major Exhibition "Cézanne & Beyond"

PHILADELPHIA, PA - In 1907, the French painter Paul Cézanne’s posthumous retrospective astonished younger artists, accelerating the experimentation of European modernism. Cézanne (1839-1906) became for Henri Matisse “a benevolent god of pain...

Largest Assembly of Cézanne Works Ever on View in Arizona

PHOENIX, AZ.- French master Paul Cézanne, one of the most recognizable names in art, is celebrated worldwide for his Post-Impressionist masterpieces. However, Cezanne’s greatest legacy may be the transformative effect his work had on 20th centu...

National Academy Museum & School of Fine Arts to Renovate Galleries

NEW YORK, NY.- The National Academy Museum and School of Fine Arts today announced plans to renovate its exhibition galleries and create a new visitor center and a School studio gallery. The renovations will modernize the existing galleries, provide v...

Nelson-Atkins Announces Exhibition of Vibrant Watercolors by Alfred Jacob Miller

KANSAS CITY, MO.- Vibrant and masterful mixed media works on paper by the artist Alfred Jacob Miller, depicting the American West inspired by a six-month expedition in 1837, will be on view in Romancing the West: Alfred Jacob Miller in the Bank of Amer...

Object Strategies Between Readymade and Spectacle at Museo Reina Sofia

MADRID.- The exhibition New Realisms: 1957-1962 illuminates a turning point in the art of the second half of the 20th century — the point of rupture in the postwar period, which created the artistic conditions for what we now know as “The Six...

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