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Getty Research Institute Welcomes Exceptional Group of Scholars this September

LOS ANGELES, CA.- Artists mobilize a variety of intellectual, organizational, technological, and physical resources to create their work. This scholar year at the Getty Research Institute will delve into questions bearing upon the theme Artistic Practi...

AIA Issues Statement on Passing of Former Architect of the Capitol...

WASHINGTON, DC.- The American Institute of Architects (AIA) today issued the following statement on the passing of George M. White, FAIA, who served as the Architect of the Capitol (AOC) from 1971 until 1995. The statement should be attributed to AIA ...

Fabien Fryns Fine Art Presents Lu Xinjian’s Aerial City Views

Los Angeles, CA.- Fabien Fryns Fine Art, Los Angeles, is pleased to announce "Lu Xinjian: City DNA III", the artist’s first solo exhibition in the US, from June 25th through August 27th. In Lu’s obsessively meticulous paintings of aerial views o...

Imaginary Visions of the Land on the Nile from the Biedermeier...

VIENNA, AUSTRIA.- In the early part of the nineteenth century, Norbert Bittner (1786–1851) executed 57 views of a journey to Egypt – without ever having set foot in the country himself. Using French and German volumes of engravings, he made i...

Gallery Expo Exhibits Monochromatic Art Images

Long Beach, CA.- Gallery Expo are currently featuring hosts of photographers and artists in an exhibit of over 60 monochromatic images, including landscapes, architecture, portraits and still life. The images are part of a month-long exhibit, on vie...

Pablo Bronstein’s Building-Wide Exhibition Heralds a New Era at Institute of...

LONDON.- Pablo Bronstein signals a new era in the history of the Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) with Sketches for Regency Living, a groundbreaking exhibition in which, for the first time, an individual artist is invited to work across the entire ...

Guggenheim Project by Pedro Reyes Explores Stillness and Quiet within New...

NEW YORK, NY.- While the vitality and stimulation of the urban environment can be pleasant, those living in or visiting densely populated areas, such as New York, can have wildly different experiences. The ever-present cacophony of traffic, constructio...

Guggenheim Project by Pedro Reyes Explores Stillness and Quiet within New...

NEW YORK, NY.- While the vitality and stimulation of the urban environment can be pleasant, those living in or visiting densely populated areas, such as New York, can have wildly different experiences. The ever-present cacophony of traffic, constructio...

MAXXI’s First Birthday: 479,628 Visitors in 310 Days of Opening: 1,547...

ROME.- MAXXI, the National Museum of XXI Century Arts designed by Zaha Hadid celebrated its first birthday having opened to the public on 30 May 2010 after a three-day inauguration (27, 28, 29). To mark the occasion there was a great family party on Sa...

A Monumental Sculpture by French Artist Bernar Venet at the Versailles...

PARIS.- Bernar Venet is the Palace of Versailles’s guest in 2011. He is taking over from Takashi Murakami who, as we know, attracted considerable interest and sizeable crowds in 2010. The exhibition is on view from June 1st through November 1st, 2...

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