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Camden Arts Centre Presents Kerry Tribe: Dead Star Light

LONDON.- Camden Arts Centre presents a solo exhibition by American artist and filmmaker Kerry Tribe, on view from May 13 through July 10, 2011. Her large-scale projects in film, video, and sound form an ongoing investigation into memory, subjectivity a...

Ashmolean Museum Presents New Exhibition of Groundbreaking Archaeology

OXFORD- In the first major archaeological exhibition in the new temporary exhibition galleries, the Ashmolean Museum showcases over five hundred treasures made of gold, silver and bronze, recently found in the royal burial tombs and the palace of Aegae...

Dundee Contemporary Arts Opens Manfred Pernice’s First Solo Show in the...

DUNDEE.- Dundee Contemporary Arts presents new and recent works by Manfred Pernice - one of the most outstanding German artists of his generation. This is the first solo exhibition in the UK in partnership with Modern Art Oxford and SMAK, Ghent. Concei...

Ida Kay Greathouse, Director Emerita of the Frye Art Museum, Dies

SEATTLE, WA.- It is with great sadness that the Frye Art Museum announces the passing of Ida Kay Greathouse, Director Emerita of the Museum, on Thursday, January 6, 2011. Mrs. Greathouse and her husband, Walser, were friends of Charles and Emma Frye, t...

Modern Art Oxford Presents a Solo Exhibition of New and Recent...

OXFORD.- This autumn, Modern Art Oxford presents new and recent sculptures by British artist Thomas Houseago in his first major solo exhibition in a UK public gallery. Houseago has come to prominence in recent years with his monumental, figurative scul...

The Return of the Red Baron at Bonhams Oxford

LONDON.- Two wooden photograph cases made from one of the main spars of Baron Manfred Von Reichthofen’s tri-plane after it was brought down in 1918 will be sold in the Antique Arms and Militaria at Bonhams Oxford on 7th December. The cases are est...

Author William Faulkner and Photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson Return to Mississippi

JACKSON, MISS. (AP).- Two photographs pairing artistic giants of the 20th century— author William Faulkner and photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson — are coming back home to Mississippi. The portraits of Faulkner were shot by the French photojo...

Ashmolean Receives 1 Million Visitors to the New Museum Since It...

OXFORD.- On Tuesday, 21 September 2010, at 4.23pm, Mrs. Diane Thomas, a primary school teacher from Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire, became the 1 millionth visitor to the Ashmolean Museum since it reopened to the public on 7 November 2009. Mrs. Thoma...

Ashmolean Receives 1 Million Visitors to the New Museum Since It...

OXFORD.- On Tuesday, 21 September 2010, at 4.23pm, Mrs. Diane Thomas, a primary school teacher from Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire, became the 1 millionth visitor to the Ashmolean Museum since it reopened to the public on 7 November 2009. Mrs. Thoma...

The Ashmolean Announces Its First Major Exhibition: The Pre-Raphaelites and Italy

OXFORD.- On 16 September 2010 the Ashmolean launches its first major art exhibition in one of the country’s newest and most important temporary exhibition centres. THE PRE-RAPHAELITES AND ITALY brings together over 140 pictures from the Ashmolean&...

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