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MoMA PS1 Presents the First Large-Scale Museum Exhibition in New York...

LONG ISLAND CITY, NY.- MoMA PS1 presents the first large-scale museum exhibition in New York of work by the artist Ryan Trecartin (American, b. 1981). Ryan Trecartin: Any Ever fills seven galleries with sculptural theater installations that house proje...

Last Week to View 30 Works by 5 Cuban Artists at...

NEW YORK, NY.- The Directors of Marlborough Chelsea presents an exhibition featuring the contemporary Cuban artists Abel Barroso, Roberto Diago, Kcho, William Pérez, and Ernesto Rancaño on view from May 19 through June 18, 2011. The extensive exhibit...

German Photographer Gunter Sachs, Ex-Husband of Brigitte Bardot, Dies at 78

GENEVA (AP).- German-born photographer Gunter Sachs, best known for his playboy lifestyle and brief marriage to French actress Brigitte Bardot, has committed suicide. He was 78. In a statement released Sunday by his family at his request, Sachs said he...

Museo Reina Sofía Presents Exhibition of Works by Artist Leon Golub

MADRID.- Museo Reina Sofía presents an exhibition of works by Leon Golub, on view from May 6 through September 12, 2011 in the Palacio de Velázquez. The art of Leon Golub (Chicago, 1922 - New York, 2004) challenges the dominant model of the devel...

Smithsonian and MIT Partner to Turn Kids into Scientific Investigators

WASHINGTON, DC.- The Smithsonian Institution and MIT announced the April 4 launch of VANISHED, an 8-week online/offline environmental disaster mystery game for middle-school children, meant to inspire engagement and problem solving through science. Dev...

Bruce Munro’s Water-Towers at Salisbury Cathedral

KILMINGTON.- The installation of Bruce Munro’s Water-Towers has begun, and work is in progress on his second contemporary artwork at Salisbury Cathedral, situated along two entire sides of the ancient cloister. 16,000 water bottles (large 2 Lt siz...

CalArts Launches ‘East of Borneo’, a Collaborative Online Art Journal and...

LOS ANGELES, CA.- East of Borneo is a dynamic and extensive website: part art journal, part multimedia archive edited by Thomas Lawson, Dean of California Institute of the Arts (CalArts) School of Art. East of Borneo presents and frames a lively, on-go...

New Museum Presents "Free," An Exhibition Exploring How the Web Has...

NEW YORK, NY.- Today, culture is more dispersed than ever before. The web has broadened both the quantity and kind of information freely available. It has distributed our collective experience across geographic locations; opened up a new set of creativ...

Study: Audio Recordings of US History Fading Fast

WASHINGTON (AP).- New digital recordings of events in U.S. history and early radio shows are at risk of being lost much faster than older ones on tape and many are already gone, according to a study on sound released Wednesday. Even recent history &#15...

INAH Submerged Archaeology Documentary Season at MNA

MEXICO CITY.- For over 30 years, submerged archaeology in Mexico has developed and consolidated in different areas from the formation of specialists to the use of advanced technology; research has focused in diverse themes as well, from the study of fi...

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