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Neo-Expressionist Painting from Berlin on View at the Tel Aviv Museum...

TEL AVIV.- The exhibition is held in honor of Susan and Martin Sanders' generous gift to the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, which includes important works by some of the prominent Neo-Expressionists active in Berlin in the 1970s and 1980s: Karl Horst Hödicke...

Neo-Expressionist Painting from Berlin on View at the Tel Aviv Museum...

TEL AVIV.- The exhibition is held in honor of Susan and Martin Sanders' generous gift to the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, which includes important works by some of the prominent Neo-Expressionists active in Berlin in the 1970s and 1980s: Karl Horst Hödicke...

Philadelphia Museum of Art Presents Major Survey Devoted to Italian Artist...

PHILADELPHIA, PA.- The Philadelphia Museum of Art presents a major exhibition devoted to the work of Michelangelo Pistoletto (b. 1933) in the Dorrance Galleries for Special Exhibitions. Widely recognized as a key figure in the development of Italian a...

MoMA to Present a Weeklong Run of Goran Paskaljevic’s Honeymoons

NEW YORK, NY.- Goran Paskaljevic’s newest film, Honeymoons (2009), will have a weeklong run at the Museum of Modern Art, from September 9 through 15, 2010. Honeymoons, the first Albanian-Serbian film co-production, follows two couples, one in Alba...

Museum to Present Major Survey Devoted to Italian Artist Michelangelo Pistoletto

PHILADELPHIA, PA.- In the fall of 2010, the Philadelphia Museum of Art will present a major exhibition devoted to the work of Michelangelo Pistoletto (b. 1933) in the Dorrance Galleries for Special Exhibitions. Widely recognized as a key figure in the ...

Poles Hope Deadly Knights will Now Bring Some Good

KWIDZYN (AP).- The Teutonic Knights have long been reviled in Poland, where the Germanic warriors swept in during the Middle Ages and converted pagans to Christianity at the point of a sword. Many here see them as an early incarnation of a Germany tha...

Poles Hope Deadly Knights will Now Bring Some Good

KWIDZYN (AP).- The Teutonic Knights have long been reviled in Poland, where the Germanic warriors swept in during the Middle Ages and converted pagans to Christianity at the point of a sword. Many here see them as an early incarnation of a Germany tha...

MFA Houston Announces Acquisition of Over 160 Decorative Arts Objects

HOUSTON, TX.- The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston (MFAH), announced the acquisition through gift and purchase of more than 160 works from the exceptional private decorative arts collection of Leatrice and Melvin Eagle, collectors based in Potomac, Marylan...

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