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AIA Issues Statement on Passing of Former Architect of the Capitol...

WASHINGTON, DC.- The American Institute of Architects (AIA) today issued the following statement on the passing of George M. White, FAIA, who served as the Architect of the Capitol (AOC) from 1971 until 1995. The statement should be attributed to AIA ...

The Schirn Kunsthalle Shows a Comprehensive Solo Exhibition of Francesco Clemente

Frankfurt.- The Schirn Kunsthalle is pleased to present a comprehensive solo exhibition, with monumental works by the Italian painter Francesco Clemente. "Francisco Clemente: Palimpsest" is on view now and remains on exhibit through September 4th. ...

The Schirn Opens a Solo Exhibition with Monumental Works by Painter...

FRANKFURT.- Francesco Clemente, born in 1952 in Naples, has pioneered an extraordinary pictorial language that draws on a variety of timeless symbols, myths, cultures, and philosophies. Frequently charged with eroticism, his oeuvre also has a profound ...

The Malcolm S. Forbes Collection Highlights ‘The Gentleman Collector’ Event at...

DALLAS, TX.- Selections from the extraordinary collection of the late Malcolm S. Forbes, lovingly displayed in the Forbes Galleries in New York for more than a quarter century, will be offered in a href="http://www.ha.com" target="_blank">Heritage Auct...

Photographers Igor Kostin, Valery Zufarov and Volodymyr Repik Recall Chernobyl’s First...

KIEV (AP).- Wearing a lead protective suit and placing his cameras in lead boxes, photographer Igor Kostin made a terrifying and unauthorized trip to the Chernobyl danger zone just a few days after a nuclear power plant reactor exploded in the world's...

First Millet Exhibition in More Than Twenty-Five Years at Museum of...

BOSTON, MA.- Jean-François Millet’s depiction of the arresting beauty of the natural world is the subject of Millet and Rural France, an exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (MFA), that invites visitors to rediscover one of the most imp...

First Millet Exhibition in More Than Twenty-Five Years at Museum of...

BOSTON, MA.- Jean-François Millet’s depiction of the arresting beauty of the natural world is the subject of Millet and Rural France, an exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (MFA), that invites visitors to rediscover one of the most imp...

Faulkner, Kerouac, and Wall Street to Be Sold at Christie’s

NEW YORK, NY.- On June 22, Christie’s will offer the sale of Fine Printed Books & Manuscripts, including the finest collection of William Faulkner books and manuscripts. This unique collection comprises a virtually complete representation of Faulk...

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