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For the First Time Ever, Exhibition Presents 300 Polaroids by Photographer...

BERLIN.- Polaroid technology revolutionized photography. Those who have used a Polaroid camera can hardly forget the unique odor of its developing emulsion and the thrill of the instant image. With the Polaroid, every image is one of a kind. This also ...

Schematic Drawings of the Art Gallery of Saskatchewan Unveiled

SASKATOON.- His Worship Mayor Donald Atchison and Dr. Art Knight, Chair of the Mendel Art Gallery and Art Gallery of Saskatchewan Board of Trustees, today unveiled the proposed concept drawings for the new Art Gallery of Saskatchewan (AGS). “The u...

Iranian Painters Turn Golden Pages of New Chapter

TEHRAN.- A new chapter has opened for Iranian artists enjoying a boom in sales and interest from major international auction houses such as Christie's despite a global economic malaise and sanctions hitting Iran. Works by Iranian painters have been sel...

Louisiana Museum Announces ‘My Home My House Stilhouse’ an Exhibition by...

DENMARK.- My Home My House My Stilthouse can be seen in a multifunctional manner as the viewer can discover many different settings in the subject and its surroundings. It consists out of clear lines but at the same time these lines are an abstract ent...

8th Annual "Erasing Borders Exhibition of Contemporary Indian Art" Kicks off...

NEW YORK, NY.- The Indo-American Arts Council’s 8th Annual Erasing Borders Exhibition of Contemporary Indian Art of the Diaspora features work by 43 artists whose origins can be traced to the Indian subcontinent. This group of multinational and in...

Turner Paintings Given to Abbotsford, Home of Sir Walter Scott

LONDON.- Two watercolours painted by JMW Turner at Abbotsford, former home of celebrated writer Sir Walter Scott, are to go on permanent display at the house next year. Turner painted the two postcard-sized watercolours during a visit to Abbotsford in ...

Artist Joel Shapiro Creates an Installation of New Works for the...

COLOGNE.- American sculptor Joel Shapiro (b. 1941) created an installation of new and preexisting works for the Museum Ludwig's large sky-lighted gallery, interweaving the pieces into a new structure in the space. He will arrange free-hanging, colored ...

Genetic Tests by Department of Agriculture Show Fire Ants in Asia...

WASHINGTON (AP).- Even as the United States battles the spread of fire ants within its borders, this country is serving as the jumping-off point for the pest to invade other nations. The aggressive, stinging ants arrived from South America and got a f...

Joel Shapiro Creates an Installation of New and Preexisting Works for...

COLOGNE.- American sculptor Joel Shapiro (b. 1941) created an installation of new and preexisting works for the Museum Ludwig's large sky-lighted gallery, interweaving the pieces into a new structure in the space. He will arrange free-hanging, colored ...

Art Gallery of Ontario Announces Toronto-Based Artist Kristan Horton Wins $50,000...

TORONTO.- After a forty-day public vote, the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) and Aeroplan announced that Toronto-based artist Kristan Horton is the winner of The Grange Prize 2010. The $50,000 prize is Canada’s largest photography prize, also grantin...

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