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Original Star Spangled Banner Fragments Up for Bid, First Time in...

DALLAS, TX.- Two superbly documented fragments of the original Star Spangled Banner, which inspired America's national anthem in 1814 as it flew in defiance of the British over Ft. McHenry in Baltimore, MD, and were later in the collection of a Philade...

Original Star Spangled Banner Fragments Up for Bid, First Time in...

DALLAS, TX.- Two superbly documented fragments of the original Star Spangled Banner, which inspired America's national anthem in 1814 as it flew in defiance of the British over Ft. McHenry in Baltimore, MD, and were later in the collection of a Philade...

James Cohan Gallery Presents Second Solo Exhibition by Simon Evans: Shitty...

NEW YORK, NY.- James Cohan Gallery presents Shitty Heaven, the second solo exhibition by Simon Evans, on view May 12th through June 11th, 2011. Evans meticulously assembles prosaic materials, such as scraps of paper, scotch tape, pencil shavings and co...

Faggionato Fine Art Presents ‘Lingua Franca’, Exhibition of New Works by...

LONDON.- Faggionato Fine Art presents Lingua Franca, an exhibition of new works by Tarka Kings. The show marks a new direction in Kings’ practice, comprising a series of highly-worked large-scale drawings that begin with a single scene or image an...

Faggionato Fine Art Presents ‘Lingua Franca’, Exhibition of New Works by...

LONDON.- Faggionato Fine Art presents Lingua Franca, an exhibition of new works by Tarka Kings. The show marks a new direction in Kings’ practice, comprising a series of highly-worked large-scale drawings that begin with a single scene or image an...

100 Years of Archaeological Research at Xochicalco Commemorated in Exhibition

MEXICO CITY.- Three life-sized Prehispanic sculptures found in fragments almost 20 years ago at Xochicalco Archaeological Zone, Morelos, are exhibited in public for the first time at Cuauhnahuac Regional Museum, after having been reassembled and restor...

100 Years of Archaeological Research at Xochicalco Commemorated

MEXICO CITY.- Three life-sized Prehispanic sculptures found in fragments almost 20 years ago at Xochicalco Archaeological Zone, Morelos, are exhibited in public for the first time at Cuauhnahuac Regional Museum, after having been reassembled and res...

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Acquires 24-Hour Video The Clock by...

BOSTON, MA.- A unique and compelling new work created by world-renowned sound and video artist Christian Marclay has been acquired jointly by the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (MFA), and the National Gallery of Canada (NGC). Entitled The Clock (2010), th...

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Acquires 24-Hour Video The Clock by...

BOSTON, MA.- A unique and compelling new work created by world-renowned sound and video artist Christian Marclay has been acquired jointly by the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (MFA), and the National Gallery of Canada (NGC). Entitled The Clock (2010), th...

Yad Vashem National Holocaust Memorial Starts Collecting Holocaust Items

TEL AVIV (AP).- Lydia Avidan, an elegant 79-year-old widow, walked into a Tel Aviv high school with tears streaking from beneath her tinted sunglasses. She was about to hand over to historians the only mementos she had left from relatives who perished ...

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