James Abbott McNeill Whistler
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Portland Museum of Art: North and South: Berenice Abbott's U.S. Route 1
What is interesting about this show is that it is a complete body of work in a concentrated time, said Aprile Gallant, Curator of Prints, Drawing,
& Photographs. Abbott works to preserve sites that are specifically 1954, rather than documenting t...
Julia Dean Gallery: Call for Artists: The Berenice Abbott Prize for an Emerging Photographer
Michael Grecco, commercial photographer
G.Ray Hawkins, owner, G. Ray Hawkins Gallery
Brian Storm, president, MediaStorm
Amy Kawadler, Canon’s Professional Markets Rep
Call, visit the website or e-mail for informati...
High Museum: Chorus of Light: Photographs from the Sir Elton John Collection
The High Museum of Art is the
only venue for these exhibitions. Chorus of Light:
Photographs from the Sir Elton John Collection features
approximately 320 masterpieces by renowned photographers,
including Berenice Abbott, Richard Avedon, D...
Detriot Institute of Art: Where the Girls Are: Photographs by Women in the Permanent Collection
This exhibition examines the enduring presence of women throughout the history of
photography with a survey from the museum’s photograph collection that ranges from the
19th century through the present day.
Phoenix Art Museum: Keeping Shadows: Photography from the Worcester Art Museum
From daguerreotypes to digital prints, it includes masterworks by such innovators and icons of the medium as Alfred Stieglitz, Matthew Brady, Lewis Carroll, Julia Margaret Cameron, Eadweard Muybridge, Ansel Adams, Paul Strand, Cecil Beaton, Walker...
Muskegon Museum of Art: Second Nature: Drawings by Karen Klein
She does start with a careful and close study of nature, but transforms what she observes. Referring to the great artist James Abbott McNeil Whistler, Klein notes that as an artist she must arrange and harmonize into a glorious unity what she pick...
Kunsthalle Wien, Museumsquartier: Robert Adrian X
It’s all about this fuzzy territory between different media, it’s about the vanishing of demarcating definitions.” Quotes from classical modernity, advertising, and media technology or arms-industry artifacts are placed in new, often flowing-spati...
Museum of Photographic Arts: LAST CHANCE: Facts Showered with Light
Like the written word, the photograph fixes perfectly but translates poorly,
producing images altogether more luminous, more immense, more mesmerizing and
quixotic than what we might actually have seen or...
Davis Museum and Cultural Center: Surrounding Interiors: Views Inside the Car
This exhibition features 24 works by 17 contemporary artists in photography, video, sculpture, painting and
multi-media who explore the mutable nature of the car interior. Works by artists Andrew Bush, Nan Goldin and
Alex Harris (photography);...
Center of Contemporary Art: 'The Middle Way: Christchurch Meets Bangkok, Bangkok Meets Christchurch
'The Middle Way' in Thai Buddhist terms means: "Travelling the middle way, refuting the extremes and having tolerance for others" and for New Zealand/European artists this could mean, finding 'a type of middle ground'.
The Thai artists invol...
Thorne-Sagendorph Art Gallery: Richard Meryman: For the Love of Painting
Meryman became a portrait painter, receiving commissions from many members of Dublin society, including Rob Sagendorph, founder of Yankee magazine and his wife, beaTrix Sagendorph, founder of the Thorne Gallery.
Meryman also painted many digni...
Portland Museum of Art: Andre Kertesz: On Reading
Born in Hungary, Kertész’s journey as a photographer began in 1912, just before being drafted into the army. After returning to Budapest in 1915, Kertész then moved to Paris in 1925. It was there, among literary and avant-garde artistic circles, t...
Victoria and Albert Museum: Seeing Things: Photographing Objects 1850-2001
It features many of the greatest practitioners of photography,
including Julia Margaret Cameron, Eugene Atget, Man Ray, Henri Cartier-Bresson, William
Eggleston, Helen Chadwick as well as prominent younger photographers. Natural Things
Sanford L. Smith & Associates: New York Photography Fair
The show offers something for everyone. This is a downtown
show, said Sanford Smith, with a mix of emerging and
established dealers that appeals to both younger and seasoned
J. Paul Getty Center: The Man in the Street: Eugene Atget in Paris
Drawn entirely from the Getty Museum collection, the exhibition includes more than 80 of
Atget's images captured during his self-devised and eccentric photographic campaign, which
Women in Photography: 20th Anniversary Exhibtion: Images of Women - Images of Tea opens at House of Photographic Art (HOPA)
We are thrilled to announce that Linda
McCartney's print, T-Pot, will be on
exhibit as well as a beautiful serene photograph by
her daughter Mary
McCartney Donald. Our Anniversary exhibit is a
wonderful testament to the
success of wo...
Stephen Cohen Gallery: Edmund Teske: Images Out of Time
A pioneering visual artist, Teske was born in Chicago in 1911, where his
childhood interest in photography grew into a 60-year pursuit of artistic
freedom. His early training at Taliesin with Frank Lloyd Wright in the 1930s
offered Teske import...
Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum: Tools as Art: The Hechinger Collection
For that reason, the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum is retooling to present "Tools as Art: The Hechinger Collection" from April 17 – June 20. The 65 works comprising the exhibition celebrate the amazing variety of 20th century art that represents...
Women in Photography: Call for Artists: virtual * visual : people - places - things
"Virtual * visual" will feature seventy-four juried images on WIPI's web
site. The call for entries is open to female photographers, professional and
amateur, using any photographic process. The exhibit will reflect a variety
of work from fine ...
Museu d'Art Contemporani de Barcelona: Universal Archive. The Condition of the Document and the Modern Photographic Utopia
Thus the creation of Universal Archive. The Condition of the Document and the Modern Photographic Utopia, an exhibition that brings together nearly 2,000 documents (of which the almost 1,000 vintage photographs and prints are of particular interes...
Georgia O'Keefe Museum: Views of the City: 1910–1949
Museum director George G. King said, This exhibition provides the
viewer a wonderful opportunity to learn more about Georgia OKeeffe,
Saint Louis Art Museum: WONDERLAND
The ten artists participating in the exhibition – Janet Cardiff, Olafur Eliasson, Teresita Fernández,
Stephen Hendee, Bill Klaila, Joep van Lieshout, Ernesto Neto, Pipilotti Rist, Gregor Schneider,
Cleveland Museum of Art: Nature Sublime: Landscapes from the Nineteenth Century
During the 19th century, in both European and American art, the landscape emerged as a subject of profound significance. As industry flourished, many artists turned to nature as an escape. Nature Sublime will examine the ways that the major artist...
Taft Museum: Etchings and Drypoints of James McNeill Whistler
This exhibition is sponsored by the Oliver Family Foundation.
While Whistler’s paintings were often subjected to harsh criticism, his
printed work garnered him a reputation as ...
Women in Photography: Call for Artists: Women In Photography International Celebrates It's 25th Anniversary with a Juried Black & White Print Collection
"Turning Silver" entries will be juried by an accomplished panel of professionals that will include: art directors, curators, editors, gallery owners, photo educators, photographers and publishers. The 100 juried images and artist statements will ...
Whitney Museum: 2000 Biennial Exhibition
For the first time in Biennial history, the exhibition was
curated by a group of outside experts working across the
country, under the guidance of Whitney Museum director
Detroit Institute of Art: American Attitude: Whistler and His Followers
The 63 pieces in the show include 13 paintings by Whistler as well as works by other prominent American artists such as John Singer Sargent, William Merritt Chase, Thomas Wilmer Dewing and Henry Ossawa Tanner. Whistler’s paintings will be juxtapos...
San Diego Museum of Art: The Frame in America: 1860-1960
A unique aspect of The Frame in America is that all ninety-eight frames included in the exhibition are displayed without pictures in order to assist visitors in focusing on each frame’s individual characteristics. Many of the frames are also neste...
Metropolitan Museum of Art: American Drawings and Watercolors: Highlights from the Collection, 1710-1890
The exhibition will offer a rare opportunity to see many of the Museum's American works on paper, which – due to their fragile nature and sensitivity to light – are displayed only periodically. The often informal character or preparatory function ...
Smithsonian, National Museum of American Art and its Rewick Gallery: Treasures to Go!
`Storing treasures that attract more than half a million visitors
each year was not an option the staff wanted to consider,`
said Elizabeth Broun, director of the Smithsonians American
Art Museum. Instead, in January the museum is laun...
Metropolitan Museum of Art: Photography: Processes, Preservation, and Conservation
The exhibition is made possible by the Henry Nias Foundation, Inc.
Philippe de Montebello, Director of The Metropolitan Museum of Art,
explained, From its in...
San Diego Museum of Art: Vital Forms: American Art and Design in the Atomic Age, 1940-1960
With more than 265 items, the exhibition comprises every category of object imaginable including paintings, sculpture, architectural photography, fashion, textiles, ceramics, jewelry, furniture, glass, toys, and graphic design. Among the highlight...
Delaware Art Museum: An American Century of Photography: From Dry-plate to Digital, The Hallmark Photographic Collection
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