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Posters of the Russian Revolution 1917-1921 from the Lenin Library at...

ROSLYN HARBOR, N.Y.- In the stormy period that began with the 1917 October Revolution, poster art became a principal means of communicating the ideals of Communism to the largely illiterate peasantry of Russia. Graphic, inexpensively produced posters c...

Brooklyn Museum to Open First Phase of Transformative Renovation of First...

BROOKLYN, NY.- The Brooklyn Museum has completed an extensive renovation of its historic Great Hall at the center of its ground floor and has reclaimed additional space for a new gallery. This project, which is the initial phase of a major redesign of ...

Posters of the Russian Revolution 1917-1921 from the Lenin Library at...

ROSLYN HARBOR, N.Y.- In the stormy period that began with the 1917 October Revolution, poster art became a principal means of communicating the ideals of Communism to the largely illiterate peasantry of Russia. Graphic, inexpensively produced posters c...

Brooklyn Museum to Open First Phase of Transformative Renovation of First...

BROOKLYN, NY.- The Brooklyn Museum has completed an extensive renovation of its historic Great Hall at the center of its ground floor and has reclaimed additional space for a new gallery. This project, which is the initial phase of a major redesign of ...

Ellen Lesperance Named 2010 Betty Bowen Award Winner

SEATTLE, WA.- The Betty Bowen Committee, chaired by Gary Glant, has announced Ellen Lesperance as winner of the 32nd annual Betty Bowen Award, which comes with an unrestricted cash prize of $15,000. A selection of Lesperance’s work will be on view...

Ellen Lesperance Named 2010 Betty Bowen Award Winner

SEATTLE, WA.- The Betty Bowen Committee, chaired by Gary Glant, has announced Ellen Lesperance as winner of the 32nd annual Betty Bowen Award, which comes with an unrestricted cash prize of $15,000. A selection of Lesperance’s work will be on view...

Lawyer: Negatives Verified by Team of Experts as Ansel Adams’ Work

BEVERLY HILLS (AP).- A trove of old glass negatives bought at a garage sale for $45 have been authenticated as the lost work of famed nature photographer Ansel Adams and are worth at least $200 million, an attorney for the owner said Tuesday. A team o...

Lawyer: Negatives Verified by Team of Experts as Ansel Adams’ Work

BEVERLY HILLS (AP).- A lawyer says a trove of old glass negatives bought in California for $45 has been authenticated as the work of iconic photographer Ansel Adams, worth at least $200 million. Attorney Arnold Peter says a team of experts has conclud...

New Personnel and New Positions at the Gibbes Museum of Art

CHARLESTON, SC.- For fiscal year 2010/2011, the Gibbes Museum of Art is pleased to announce two new hires and several staff promotions. On June 29, Lasley Poe Steever joined the museum in the newly created position of Program and Events Manager. Meredi...

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