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Theme of Relationship Between Human and Nature Explored in Exhibition at...

SAINT PETERSBURG.- The exhibition by Mathias Kessler(Austria) at ROSPHOTO is result of the author's research into the theme of relationship between human and nature. "In 2004, after a string of natural disasters and as a result of the ongoing media foc...

The Spencer Museum of Art Presents Splendor, Pageantry & Performance in...

Lawrence, KS.- The Spencer Museum of Art at the University of Kansas in Lawrence presents "Pomp up the Jam: Splendor, Pageantry, and Performance in Art " from June 11th through September 4th. Pomp, pageantry, and splendor can have a broad range of s...

The Ari Kupsus Gallery Exhibits Works by Nadya Hadun and Yan...

Budapest.- The Ari Kupsus Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of works by Belarusian painters Nadya Hadun and Yan Yeresko from June 2nd and remaining on view until until July 1st. The exceedingly talented couple already graduated from the F...

Charles Ledray’s Diminutive Yet Powerfully Resonant Objects at the Museum of...

HOUSTON, TX.- The New York-based artist Charles LeDray, known for his diminutive yet powerfully resonant objects made of fabric, clay, and bone, is the subject of a major mid-career survey at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. The exhibition is on view ...

Ten-Year Survey of the Work of Betsabeé Romero on View at...

PURCHASE, NY.- This spring, the exhibition Betsabeé Romero: Lágrimas Negras/Black Tears, a ten-year survey of the work of internationally-renowned Betsabeé Romero, Mexico’s leading artist, will travel from Mexico to the Neuberger Museum of Art,...

Carnegie Museum of Art Presents Hand Made: Contemporary Craft in Ceramic,...

PITTSBURGH, PA.- Carnegie Museum of Art opened of the Balcony Gallery. Formerly known as the Treasure Room, this newly renovated exhibition space located off of the Hall of Sculpture balcony showcases the museum’s rich and diverse collection of de...

Artist Joel Shapiro Creates an Installation of New Works for the...

COLOGNE.- American sculptor Joel Shapiro (b. 1941) created an installation of new and preexisting works for the Museum Ludwig's large sky-lighted gallery, interweaving the pieces into a new structure in the space. He will arrange free-hanging, colored ...

Joel Shapiro Creates an Installation of New and Preexisting Works for...

COLOGNE.- American sculptor Joel Shapiro (b. 1941) created an installation of new and preexisting works for the Museum Ludwig's large sky-lighted gallery, interweaving the pieces into a new structure in the space. He will arrange free-hanging, colored ...

Lisson Gallery in London Presents the First Solo Exhibition in London...

LONDON.- Lisson Gallery presents the first London solo exhibition by Haroon Mirza, on view from Feb. 15th through Mar. 19th. Working with video, sculpture, light and sound, Mirza creates large scale installations and assemblages that explore moments in...

First Major Exhibition in More Than Thirty Years to Examine Tipis...

BROOKLYN, N.Y.- On View February 18 through May 15, 2011, Tipi: Heritage of the Great Plains focuses on the tipi as the center of Plains culture and social, religious, and creative traditions from the early nineteenth century to the present. The exhibi...

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