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The Ferrin Gallery Shows "The Pursuit of Porcelain" Installation

Pittsfield, MA.- The Ferrin Gallery is proud to present "The Pursuit of Porcelain" an installation of ceramic sculpture, photography and works on paper, based on a is an a European 18th century porcelain room filled with a collection of figurines, p...

Confident Art Market Buzzes Ahead of Art Basel, London Sales at...

LONDON (REUTERS).- Billions of dollars of art will be on show in Basel at the annual fair this week and in London ahead of a big series of sales, with experts cautiously optimistic that buyers are set to snap up rare treasures. Art Basel, described as ...

‘Deadly and Brutal’ Film Posters from Ghana at The International Design...

MUNICH.- Die Neue Sammlung – The International Design Museum Munich presents 'Deadly and Brutal' film posters from Ghana, on view until June 26, 2011. Graphic design from West Africa: Ever since the 1980s, hand-painted posters have advertised Noll...

Art Fest Champions British Talent in Olympic Shadow

LONDON (REUTERS).- Just a shotput's throw from the perimeter of the Olympic site in east London, an event highlighting the strength and diversity of Britain's creative industries, took place over the weekend. Hackney Wicked, an art festival in its thir...

Christian Boltanski Takes Up the Monumenta Challenge in 2010

A general view of the installation artwork called "Personnes" by French artist Christian Boltanski for the Monumenta 2010 at the Grand Palais in Paris. Photo by REUTERS/Benoit Tessier.

PARIS.- MONUMENTA is an outstanding, ambitious artistic encounter. Each year, a leading international contemporary artist is invited by the Ministry of Culture and Communication to create an exceptional new work for the 13,500 m² Nave of the Grand Palais, in the heart of Paris. Following the success of the first two MONUMENTA events, featuring Anselm Kiefer in 2007 and American sculptor Richard Serra in 2008 – both of which attracted over 140,000 visitors in five weeks – leading French artist Christian Boltanski takes up the Monumenta challenge in 2010. The exhibition is co-produced by the Centre national des arts plastiques (French National Centre for the Visual Arts), the Grand Palais and the Réunion des musées nationaux. On exhibition through 21 February, 2010.

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