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Desroches Noblecourt, French Egyptologist, Dies

PARIS (AP).- Christiane Desroches Noblecourt, a pioneering French Egyptologist who prodded Gen. Gamal Abdel Nasser to help salvage Nubia's vaunted antiquities, has died. She was 97. Desroches Noblecourt died Thursday at a hospital in Epernay, east of P...

New Book Presents 150 Images Captured by the First Female Photographer...

MEXICO CITY.- According to the census of 1910, there were 14 female photographers in Mexico; from them, we only conserve photographs captured by Sara Castrejon, from Guerrero, between 1908 and mid fifties. These images reflect social, economic and poli...

The Serpentine Gallery Presents an Exhibition of the Celebrated American Artist...

LONDON.- The Serpentine Gallery presents a major UK survey of the work of celebrated American artist, feminist and activist Nancy Spero (1926-2009). On display from March 3 and runs until May 2, 2011. A feminist pioneer and politically active throughou...

The Serpentine Gallery Presents an Exhibition of the Celebrated American Artist...

LONDON.- The Serpentine Gallery presents a major UK survey of the work of celebrated American artist, feminist and activist Nancy Spero (1926-2009). On display from March 3 and runs until May 2, 2011. A feminist pioneer and politically active throughou...

New Portrait of Dame Anne Owers by Diarmuid Kelley Unveiled at...

LONDON.- A new portrait of Dame Anne Owers by prize-winning artist, Diarmuid Kelley, has gone on display at the National Portrait Gallery. Dame Anne was the first woman to hold the post of H M Chief Inspector of Prisons (2001–10) and spoke out aga...

Goodbye to Some of the Notable People in the Arts and...

NEW YORK, NY.- On the last day of the year, we would like to say goodbye to those artists who left us this past year. Here, a roll call of some of the notable people in art and popular culture who died in 2010. Marlene Neubauer-Woerner, born Marlene W...

Moore College of Art & Design Presented 2010 Visionary Woman Awards...

PHILADELPHIA, PA.- Moore College of Art & Design presented its 2010 Visionary Woman Awards to photographer and educator Wendy Ewald, couture handbag designer Judith Leiber and art historian and curator Ann Temkin. Ewald, Leiber and Temkin accepted the ...

Moore College of Art & Design Presented 2010 Visionary Woman Awards...

PHILADELPHIA, PA.- Moore College of Art & Design presented its 2010 Visionary Woman Awards to photographer and educator Wendy Ewald, couture handbag designer Judith Leiber and art historian and curator Ann Temkin. Ewald, Leiber and Temkin accepted the ...

Janet Carding Appointed Royal Ontario Museum’s New Director and CEO

TORONTO.- Sal Badali, Chair of the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) Board of Trustees, announced today the appointment of Janet Carding as the new Director and CEO effective September 2010. Carding will be responsible for furthering the Museum’s mission...

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