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Paul Jenkins’ Exhibition of Major Works from the 60s and 70s...

LONDON.- American born abstract expressionist, Paul Jenkins’ exhibition of major works from the 1960s and 70s is on display from 7th June – 28th July 2011 at the Redfern Gallery, London W1. Born in Kansas City, Missouri in 1923, Jenkins was d...

Paul Jenkins’ Exhibition of Major Works from the 60s and 70s...

LONDON.- American born abstract expressionist, Paul Jenkins’ exhibition of major works from the 1960s and 70s is on display from 7th June – 28th July 2011 at the Redfern Gallery, London W1. Born in Kansas City, Missouri in 1923, Jenkins was d...

Only Canadian Presentation of Major Warhol Exhibition Opens at the Art...

EDMONTON.- The Art Gallery of Alberta (AGA) kicks of an exciting summer season with the opening of ANDY WARHOL: Manufactured and SARAH FULLER: My Banff on Saturday, May 28. ANDY WARHOL: Manufactured reveals the complex personality of one of the most in...

The New York Public Library Celebrates 100 Years

NEW YORK, NY.- The New York Public Library features over 250 artifacts from its incredible research collections in the new exhibition Celebrating 100 Years, which opened on May 14th at the Library’s landmark Stephen A. Schwarzman Building. The exh...

The New York Public Library Spotlights Its Vast Collections as It...

NEW YORK, NY.- The New York Public Library featurs over 250 artifacts from its incredible research collections in the new exhibition Celebrating 100 Years, which opened on May 14th at the Library’s landmark Stephen A. Schwarzman Building. The exhi...

Cheim & Read Presents an Exhibition of Works in Fabric by...

NEW YORK, NY.- Cheim & Read presents an exhibition of works in fabric by Louise Bourgeois. Dating from 2002 – 2010, Bourgeois’s fabric “drawings” - assembled from discarded clothes, sheets, towels and similar material from her perso...

Cheim & Read Presents Works of ‘Fabric Drawings’ by Louise Bourgeois

NEW YORK, NY.- Cheim & Read presents an exhibition of works in fabric by Louise Bourgeois. Dating from 2002 – 2010, Bourgeois’s fabric “drawings” - assembled from discarded clothes, sheets, towels and similar material from her personal c...

Philip Taaffe’s First-Ever Solo Exhibition in London Opens at Gagosian Gallery

LONDON.- Gagosian Gallery presents an exhibition of new paintings by Philip Taaffe, his first-ever solo exhibition in London. Taaffe’s paintings are the slow product of wide-ranging meditations on the interrelation of forms and images in art, natu...

Rhode Island Man Accused in $6M Con Says Witnesses Lied

By: Ian MacDougall, Associated Press PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP).- As his trial drew to a close, a former Rhode Island art dealer said Friday that witnesses lied to the jury in claiming he duped them in what prosecutors call a $6 million con. Rocco DeSimone ...

Victorian Smokers had Rotten Teeth to Match Lungs

By: Stefano Ambrogi LONDON (REUTERS).- Smoking was as bad for the Victorians as it is for anyone today, but back in those days it seems it did far more damage to their teeth. In the mid-19th century, prior to the invention of the cigarette, when tobacc...

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