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The Weatherspooon Art Museum Shows Edo Period Japanese Actor Prints

Greensboro, NC.- The Weatherspoon Art Museum at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro is pleased to present the exhibition "Encore! Japanese Actor Prints from the Permanent Collection". The show examines the subject of Kabuki and Noh actor p...

The Secession In Vienna Features Saskia Olde Wolbers

Vienna, Austria - With her exhibition at the Secession, video artist Saskia Olde Wolbers is showing a selection of her work in Austria for the first time, including the new piece Pareidolia (2011). Since the mid- 1990s, she has been developing ficti...

Paul Kasmin Gallery Presents a Solo Installation of Over 30 Ink...

NEW YORK, NY.- Paul Kasmin Gallery presents “Seven Months,” a solo installation of over thirty ink drawings and one painting by the New York artist Jan Frank. The exhibition is on view from May 19 through June 18, 2011. Made over a period of ...

Christian Haake’s First Institutional Solo Exhibition Opens at the GAK Gesellschaft...

BREMEN.- How do we construct reality? What role do individual and collective memories play in its formation? To what extent can reality and memory be rendered in imagery? These questions are central to Christian Haake's artistic practice. Christian Haa...

"Flippers and Flash: The Art of Pinball" at the Muskegon Museum...

Muskegon, MI.- The Muskegon Museum of Art presents "Flippers and Flash: The Art of Pinball" until July 31st. The exhibition features 12 pinball machines dating primarily from the 1990s that were selected for their design savvy, sound and light quali...

Ten-Year Survey of the Work of Betsabeé Romero on View at...

PURCHASE, NY.- This spring, the exhibition Betsabeé Romero: Lágrimas Negras/Black Tears, a ten-year survey of the work of internationally-renowned Betsabeé Romero, Mexico’s leading artist, will travel from Mexico to the Neuberger Museum of Art,...

An Exceptional Silver Drinking Cup Made Around 1180 to Be Sold...

PARIS.- Sotheby's sale of Important European Silver, Gold Boxes & Objects Vertu in Paris on May 17 will include an exceptional silver drinking cup made around 1180, probably in France (estimate €300,000–400,000*). No public or private collect...

An Exceptional Silver Drinking Cup Made Around 1180 to Be Sold...

PARIS.- Sotheby's sale of Important European Silver, Gold Boxes & Objects Vertu in Paris on May 17 will include an exceptional silver drinking cup made around 1180, probably in France (estimate €300,000–400,000*). No public or private collect...

Renowned American Artist Gary Simmons Exhibits at Simon Lee Gallery in...

LONDON.- Simon Lee Gallery presents its second solo exhibition of the renowned American artist Gary Simmons. For Gary Simmons, the act of erasure has been a central theme in his work throughout his career. Referencing film, architecture, and white Amer...

Marvelous Menagerie: A Roman Mosaic from Lod, Israel at the Legion...

SAN FRANCISCO, CA.- First unearthed in 1996 in a rescue excavation in Lod, ancient Diospolis, Israel, a large and extraordinarily detailed floor mosaic was recently lifted from its site and conserved. Found in a large villa believed to belong to a wea...

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