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The World Marks 50th Anniversary of Cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin’s Flight into...

STAR CITY, RUSSIA (AP).- It was the Soviet Union's own giant leap for mankind, one that would spur a humiliated America to race for the moon. It happened 50 years ago this Tuesday, when an air force pilot named Yuri Gagarin became the first human in s...

Complete Series of Goya’s "The Disasters of the War" on View...

BARCELONA.- Ibercaja, together with the Diocesan Museum of Barcelona, has organised this exhibition of the first complete series of "The Disasters of the War": 80 engravings of the Aragonese painter Francisco Goya Lucientes (Fuendetodos, Zaragoza, 1746...

Aspen Art Museum Presents Artist Mark Manders’s Museum-Wide Parallel Occurrences

ASPEN, CO.- The Aspen Art Museum presents the museum-wide exhibition Mark Manders: Parallel Occurrences/Documented Assignments. Co-organized with the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles—where it was on view from through January 2, 2011—the exhibition ...

Aspen Art Museum Presents Artist Mark Manders’s Museum-Wide Parallel Occurrences

ASPEN, COLORADO.- The Aspen Art Museum presents the museum-wide exhibition Mark Manders: Parallel Occurrences/Documented Assignments. Co-organized with the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles—where it was on view from through January 2, 2011—the exhib...

First Comprehensive Overview of Gabriel von Max’s Work on View at...

MUNICH.- Gabriel von Max (1840–1915), artist, Spiritist and Darwinist, was a remarkable character and in many ways a paradigmatic figure of the later nineteenth century. His main focus lay in the history of the development of mankind, its origins,...

First Comprehensive Overview of Gabriel von Max’s Work on View at...

MUNICH.- Gabriel von Max (1840–1915), artist, Spiritist and Darwinist, was a remarkable character and in many ways a paradigmatic figure of the later nineteenth century. His main focus lay in the history of the development of mankind, its origins,...

The Etchings of Etcher John Taylor Arms on View at the...

NORFOLK, VA.- The etcher John Taylor Arms (1887–1953) is ranked among the most renowned printmakers in early 20th-century America. The Chrysler Museum of Art presents his work in a free exhibition, An Eye for Architecture: The Etchings of John Ta...

The Human Condition in Painting at the Wallraf-Richartz Museum

COLOGNE.- Helmut Newton & Ingres, Nan Goldin & François Boucher, Paul McCarthy & Wilhelm Leibl, Jack Pierson & Bartholomäus Bruyn the Elder – these are just four of the approximately fifty unusual dialogues the Wallraf will be staging in autumn ...

Do or Die: The Human Condition in Painting and Photography at...

COLOGNE.- Helmut Newton & Ingres, Nan Goldin & François Boucher, Paul McCarthy & Wilhelm Leibl, Jack Pierson & Bartholomäus Bruyn the Elder – these are just four of the approximately fifty unusual dialogues the Wallraf will be staging in autumn ...

Works by Ryan Leigh, Sam Knowles and Nick Bailey at Simon...

LONDON.- The work of Ryan Leigh, Sam Knowles and Nick Bailey joins a current phenomenon in contemporary art that is marked by its investigation into the means and processes that comprised scientific and theoretical thought in a time before the disinteg...

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