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Bulgarian Artist Plamen Dejanoff’s The Bronze House at Hamburg’s Kunstverein

HAMBURG.- Bulgarian artist Plamen Dejanoff (* 1970 in Sofia, lives in Vienna) is realising the bronze sculpture “The Bronze House” in public space. The outside façade of the architectural design is composed of caste bronze modules measuring ...

Bulgarian Artist Plamen Dejanoff’s The Bronze House at Hamburg’s Kunstverein

HAMBURG.- Bulgarian artist Plamen Dejanoff (* 1970 in Sofia, lives in Vienna) is realising the bronze sculpture “The Bronze House” in public space. The outside façade of the architectural design is composed of caste bronze modules measuring ...

Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney to Re-Open in March 2012 After...

SYDNEY.- Following a major AUD$53 million redevelopment, the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney will reopen in March 2012 as a bold, new and significantly expanded Museum. The opening of the new MCA promises to be a highlight on the international art c...

Selections from the Sandretto Re Rebaudengo Collection at the Santander Art...

MADRID.- “Spirit and Space”, is the title of the exhibition that Fundación Banco Santander organises at the Santander Art Gallery at Boadilla’s Financial City from February 9th until April 29th. 124 works of art, 69 artists from 20 dif...

Singapore’s Marina Bay Sands Casino to Launch World’s First ArtScience Museum

SINGAPORE (REUTERS).- Singapore's Marina Bay Sands will open the world's first ArtScience museum in February, the latest attraction at its $5.5 billion gambling complex built by U.S. casino giant Las Vegas Sands. With a form reminiscent of a lotus flow...

Singapore’s Marina Bay Sands Casino to Launch World’s First ArtScience Museum

SINGAPORE (REUTERS).- Singapore's Marina Bay Sands will open the world's first ArtScience museum in February, the latest attraction at its $5.5 billion gambling complex built by U.S. casino giant Las Vegas Sands. With a form reminiscent of a lotus flow...

Hamburger Bahnhof in Berlin Showcases Its Collection with Rotating Exhibitions

BERLIN.- Since November 1996 the Hamburger Bahnhof has housed the National Gallery's 'Museum für Gegenwart' or 'Museum of Now'. Parallel to temporary exhibitions, the museum also presents works from its own important collections in a serious of rotati...

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