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The Space Gallery in Denver Presents "Art of the Real"

Denver, CO.- "Art of the Real" at the Space Gallery in Denver will present an exploration of the boundaries of modern contemporary art by presenting the work of nine artists with varying artistic visions and working in a diversity of mediums. Each a...

Maryland Hometown Honors Abolitionist Frederick Douglass After Years of Debate

EASTON, MD. (AP).- After years of struggle by local residents, famed 19th century abolitionist Frederick Douglass will finally be honored with a statue beside his Maryland hometown courthouse — a place that has long maintained a monument to local ...

Museum-Wide Exhibition Celebrates Clay Through the Ages and From Around the...

DENVER, CO.- The Denver Art Museum (DAM) takes a closer look at the medium of clay in its summer exhibition Marvelous Mud: Clay Around the World. Celebrating the prolific and diverse material, Marvelous Mud reveals how clay has shaped culture, creativi...

Stellar Collection of Congolese Sculpture Acquired by The Cleveland Museum of...

CLEVELAND, OH.- The Cleveland Museum of Art announces the acquisition of a single collection of 35 works of Congolese sculpture from the Belgian collectors René and Odette Delenne. In exceptional condition, these works represent the deep cultural mean...

The Kunsthal Rotterdam Shows a Selection of Philip Akkerman’s Unique Self-Portraits

Roterdam, NL.- The Kunsthal Rotterdam proudly presents "Akkermania", an exhibition illustrating the infinite variety to be found in the work of Dutch painter Philip Akkerman. In 1981, Akkerman decided to paint self-portraits, and over the last thirt...

The Shape of Things to Come: Exhibition of New Sculpture at...

LONDON.- On 27 May, the Saatchi Gallery opened The Shape of Things to Come: New Sculpture, an exhibition of 20 leading and emerging international artists working in sculpture today. This is the first time that the gallery space has been devoted entirel...

"The Shape of Things to Come" ~ New Sculpture at the...

LONDON.- On 27 May, the Saatchi Gallery opened The Shape of Things to Come: New Sculpture, an exhibition of 20 leading and emerging international artists working in sculpture today. This is the first time that the gallery space has been devoted entir...

Detroit Institute of Arts Provides More Life-Like Reproductions of Art to...

DETROIT, MI.- The Detroit Institute of Arts’ (DIA) Inside|Out project, which debuted last fall, is back by popular demand. Last year, the DIA brought 40 reproductions of paintings from its collection to the streets and parks of the greater metro D...

First Major European Retrospective of Brazilian Artist Anna Maria Maiolino at...

MALMO.- Malmö Konsthall presents the first major European retrospective of Brazilian artist Anna Maria Maiolino (b. 1942). Maiolino’s complex works have developed through a variety of media: poetry, woodcuts, photography, film, performance, sculp...

First Annual Jerusalem Season of Culture to Launch Summer 2011

JERUSALEM.- This summer, Jerusalem will be home to one of the most ambitious cultural projects in the history of the Israeli arts scene. Unveiled in Jerusalem by Artistic Director Itay Mautner, the Jerusalem Season of Culture (JSOC) will produce an ann...

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