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Director and Chief Curator of the Tel Aviv Museum of Art,...

TEL AVIV.- The Tel Aviv Museum of Art announced the passing away of Director and Chief Curator of the Tel Aviv Museum of Art on Friday morning, 10 June 2011, after a brave battle against cancer. Museum workers will sorely miss his leadership, his visio...

Egyptian Treasures from the Brooklyn Museum on View at Nevada Museum...

RENO, NV.- Explore ancient Egyptian beliefs about life, death, and the afterlife in To Live Forever: Egyptian Treasures from the Brooklyn Museum, while celebrating the birthday of the Nevada Museum of Art – commemorating the 80th anniversary. The ...

High Museum of Art Acquires Major New Works By Alex Katz...

ATLANTA, GA.- “The High’s collection of contemporary art is growing in exciting and diverse ways, and signals our commitment to creating an anthology of important 21st-century works,” commented Michael Shapiro, the High’s Nancy and Holcombe ...

To Live Forever: Egyptian Treasures from the Brooklyn Museum on View...

RENO, NV.- Explore ancient Egyptian beliefs about life, death, and the afterlife in To Live Forever: Egyptian Treasures from the Brooklyn Museum, while celebrating the birthday of the Nevada Museum of Art – commemorating the 80th anniversary in 20...

Director and Chief Curator of the Tel Aviv Museum of Art,...

TEL AVIV.- The Tel Aviv Museum of Art announced the passing away of Director and Chief Curator of the Tel Aviv Museum of Art on Friday morning, 10 June 2011, after a brave battle against cancer. Museum workers will sorely miss his leadership, his visio...

The Knoxville Museum of Art Presents Exhibition by Korean Artist Kwang-Young...

KNOXVILLE.- The Knoxville Museum of Art presents Kwang-Young Chun: Aggregations, new work June 10-September 4, 2011. Korean artist Kwang-Young Chun (b. 1944) began work on his series of Aggregations in the 1990s. Today, he is recognized internationally...

Afterlife: The Story of Henri Matisse’s Ivy in Flower at the...

DALLAS, TX.- In 1952 Henri Matisse was asked to create a stained-glass window for the mausoleum of art collector Albert Lasker, and he took on the project with enthusiasm. His full-scale maquette was made with shapes cut out of painted paper and arrang...

Philbrook Museum of Art Presents Exhibition of Works by Post-War Giant...

TULSA, OK.- Philbrook Museum of Art’s summer exhibition, Rauschenberg at Gemini, celebrates the colorful innovations in printmaking and image making by post-war giant, Robert Rauschenberg. The exhibition is on view June 12 through September 11. Fo...

Consul General of France Visits Monet Exhibition at Nelson-Atkins Museum

KANSAS CITY, MO.- The Consul General of France, Graham Paul, as a guest of the Alliance Francaise Kansas City, visited The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art to view Monet’s Water Lilies with Museum Director & CEO Julián Zugazagoitia and Sarah F. Rowlan...

Colored Woodcuts From 19th Century Japan at the Benton Museum of...

Storrs, CT.- The Benton Museum of Art at the University of Connecticut is currently showing "The Colored Woodcut in 19th-Century Japan: Edo and Osaka" until August 7th. The colored woodcut was ubiquitous in 19th-century Japan, and for Europeans a s...

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