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The Whitney Museum of American Art Presents Exhibiton Exploring Its Founding...

New York, NY - At the turn of the twentieth century, Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney, an heiress and sculptor born to one of America’s wealthiest families, began to assemble a rich and highly diverse collection of modern American art. This group of obj...

Art Institute Showcases Innovative Projects Linking Architecture and Design Practices

CHICAGO, IL.- Modern architecture and design were long viewed as separate disciplines until practitioners in the mid-20th century began crossing boundaries and rethinking form and function. This fluid exchange of ideas has led to innovative solutions a...

Once Every Four Years, Moderna Museet Presents an Overview of Swedish...

STOCKHOLM.- On 2 October, Moderna Museet opened the new edition of The Moderna Exhibition, its recurring inventory of the most interesting recent developments in Swedish contemporary art. The Moderna Exhibition 2010 features 54 artists, 28 women and 26...

Once Every Four Years, Moderna Museet Presents an Overview of Swedish...

STOCKHOLM.- On 2 October, Moderna Museet opened the new edition of The Moderna Exhibition, its recurring inventory of the most interesting recent developments in Swedish contemporary art. The Moderna Exhibition 2010 features 54 artists, 28 women and 26...

London Show Explores Skin as Human Body’s Frontier

LONDON (REUTERS).- "Visitors may find some images in this exhibition disturbing," reads a sign at the entrance to the Wellcome Collection's latest exhibition: "Skin." "Skin" tracks attitudes toward the human body's largest organ since the 15th century ...

London Show Explores Skin as Human Body’s Frontier

LONDON (REUTERS).- "Visitors may find some images in this exhibition disturbing," reads a sign at the entrance to the Wellcome Collection's latest exhibition: "Skin." "Skin" tracks attitudes toward the human body's largest organ since the 15th century ...

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