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Calder Foundation Announces Rachel Harrison as the 2011 Calder Prize Winner

NEW YORK, NY.- The Calder Foundation and the Scone Foundation are pleased to announce the 2011 Calder Prize Laureate, Rachel Harrison. A work by the artist will be on view at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection during the opening week of the Venice Biennal...

Bonnefantenmuseum Shows Exhibition by BACA Laureate 2010: Francis Alÿs

MAASTRICHT.- The BACA is the only major award for international visual art in the Netherlands. The 2010 jury, comprised of Enrico Lunghi, Dirk Snauwaert and Alexander van Grevenstein, decided unanimously to give the award to Francis Alÿs (B - 1959), f...

Bonnefantenmuseum Shows Exhibition by BACA Laureate 2010: Francis Alÿs

MAASTRICHT.- The BACA is the only major award for international visual art in the Netherlands. The 2010 jury, comprised of Enrico Lunghi, Dirk Snauwaert and Alexander van Grevenstein, decided unanimously to give the award to Francis Alÿs (B - 1959), f...

Robert A. M. Stern Named 2011 Driehaus Prize for Classical Architecture...

NOTRE DAME, IN.- Robert A. M. Stern, whose influential designs have revitalized traditional architecture, has been named the 2011 recipient of the Richard H. Driehaus Prize for Classical Architecture. Stern will receive $200,000 and a model of the Chor...

Robert A. M. Stern Named 2011 Driehaus Prize for Classical Architecture...

NOTRE DAME, IN.- Robert A. M. Stern, whose influential designs have revitalized traditional architecture, has been named the 2011 recipient of the Richard H. Driehaus Prize for Classical Architecture. Stern will receive $200,000 and a model of the Chor...

Mayor of London Joins Tracey Emin and Loyd Grossman in Backing...

LONDON.- The Mayor of London is backing a national campaign to get children and young people interested and involved in the visual arts. The Mayor joins the likes of artist Tracey Emin, writer and broadcaster Loyd Grossman and Children's Laureate, illu...

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