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Morris Museum Opens Visual Thoughts: The Art Quilts of Fiber Revolution...

MORRISTOWN, NJ.- The Morris Museum presents a new exhibition, Visual Thoughts: The Art Quilts of Fiber Revolution, which presents nineteen works by nineteen textile artists and will be on view from June 23 – October 16, 2011. Fiber Revolution is ...

Rare Offering from Benjamin Franklin to Highlight Christie’s Fine Printed Books...

NEW YORK, NY.- On June 23, Christie's will offer an extremely rare, finely bound collection of Benjamin Franklin’s privately printed “bagatelles”-- light essays, witty dialogues and satirical sketches -- printed by Franklin himself at hi...

Rare Offering from Benjamin Franklin to Highlight Christie’s Fine Printed Books...

NEW YORK, NY.- On June 23, Christie's will offer an extremely rare, finely bound collection of Benjamin Franklin’s privately printed “bagatelles”-- light essays, witty dialogues and satirical sketches -- printed by Franklin himself at hi...

Detroit Institute of Arts Presents SYNC: A Fundraiser where Art Meets...

DETROIT, MI.- Friends of Modern and Contemporary Art (FMCA), an auxiliary support group of the Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA), is hosting SYNC: art meets technology on June 23 at NextEnergy. SYNC is a fundraiser to support restoration and conservation...

Work by John Marin On View this Summer at the Portland...

PORTLAND, ME.- Although John Marin (1870-1953) was regarded as one of America’s most important painters at the time of his death, scholarship and museum exhibitions to date have focused on his early work coloring popular understanding of his life&...

William Trost Richards ~ True to Nature: Drawings, Watercolors, &...

Stanford, California - Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University presents 75 drawings, watercolors, and small oil studies made during the 50-year career of one of America’s most famous landscape artists.  The exhibition “Wi...

New Museum Hosts First Survey of Brazilian Artist Rivane Neuenschwander

NEW YORK, NY.- From June 23 to September 19, 2010, the New Museum will present a major mid-career survey of Brazilian artist Rivane Neuenschwander (b. 1967, Belo Horizonte, Brazil). Covering a decade of the internationally admired arti...

New Museum Presents First Survey of Brazilian Artist Rivane Neuenschwander

NEW YORK, NY.- From June 23 to September 19, 2010, the New Museum will present a major mid-career survey of Brazilian artist Rivane Neuenschwander (b. 1967, Belo Horizonte, Brazil). Covering a decade of the internationally admired artist’s work, &...

John Steinbeck’s Apartment Archive to be Auctioned at Bloomsbury Auctions

NEW YORK (AP).- John Steinbeck kept his California roots close when writing such masterpieces as "The Grapes of Wrath" and "East of Eden," but the Nobel Prize winner also loved New York and made it his home for much of his life. Now, a trove of his per...

Christie’s Offers a Monet Water-Lily Painting Worth an Estimated $44-59 Million

LONDON (REUTERS).- Auction house Christie's is offering a Monet water-lily painting worth an estimated 30 to 40 million pounds ($44-59 million) this month in what it expects to be the biggest sale it has ever mounted in London. With th...

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