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Tom Blau Gallery: The Reading Room: Denis Doran
Denis Doran's memories of rainy afternoons spent as a
young boy in a reference library on the North East coast
of England have inspired his latest body of work.
Although he now lives in Brighton, he is increasingly
Metropolitan Museum of Art: Beyond the Easel: Decorative Painting by Bonnard, Vuillard, Denis, and Roussel, 1890-1930
Influenced by the English Arts and Crafts Movement, the Rococo revival, and a
growing interest in Japanese art, Bonnard, Vuillard, Denis, and Roussel were
Mahon: British collector to give away millions
City Gallery Wellington: The Feather Trade: Denis O'Connor, 7 Found Poems
Poetic texts, literature and history are a frequent source of inspiration
for OConnor, along with ideas drawing on his Irish ancestry and New Zealand
as a nation of immigrants and voyagers. The seven works have their links
with the titles, bo...
Gandy Gallery: Glass Fab: Three Exhibitions of Artists Working in Glass
In a country which follows the model of the new international economic order and which will thus certainly loose in the coming years a significant amount of the know-how held by its unique craftsmen. Can we help to safeguard this ...
Stowitts Museum & Library: Jazz Age Java
Executed in the various courts of Java in egg tempera on canvas other works include Pantjok and Doyo, buffoon deities and servants of the hero Panji and a portrait of Raden Pramato depicted as Hanuman, the monkey warrior hero of the Ramayana. The ...
Van Gogh Museum: 800 prints by Toulouse-Lautrec, Bonnard, Vuillard and their contemporaries
The Vincent van Gogh Foundation already owns a small collection of prints assembled by Vincent van Gogh and his brother Theo, which is on loan to the Museum. The addition of this extensive collection adds depth and direction to the print collectio...
Louvre Museum: The Treasury of the Sainte
First of all, the
relics and reliquaries from the Imperial
Canberra Contemporary Art Space: Perfect Strangers: Denis Beaubois, Deej Fabyc, Alex Kershaw, Sandy Nicholson, Deborah Ostrow, Elvis Richardson, Silvia Velez, Justene Williams
Perfect Strangers stages a set of encounters between the individual, private figure
and public space. Who do we become in the public register of photography - the
register of memory and...
galerie La Louve: Move # 06: A Solo Show by pol.knots
This might sound a bit hermetic to a large number of people, but the result speak for themselves. Massive moves playing on ambiguity and paradox are amazingly eye catching. When it comes to place pol.knots, he should be ranked somewhere in an arti...
Spacex: Universalism at Stake
The overall theme of the project was to respond to the question of 'universalism' as set out by the late Léopold Senghor, the distinguished poet and President of Senegalese independence, member of the UN Human Rights Commission and founder of the ...
ARTROM: Red Abstractions: Works by International Aritsts
Clay Bodvin's finalist work (above) offers insight into one aspect of the creative vision he is developing and is a departure from the stylised still life compositions seen previously. Of his work Bodvin says "...one of my goals is to create works...
Alliance Française: The Colour Black: Photographic Exhibition by Leading Aboriginal Artist Wayne Quilliam
http://www.absolutearts.com/portfolios/q/qphotography/>Quilliam, renowned for his bold colours and striking angles when photographing Indigenous Australia said, my people have alw...
Pollock-Krasner Foundation: Derek Culley Awarded a Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant
Culley did his masters degree in marketing through Brunel University, 1992-94, his dissertation subject being “Marketing of the visual arts in Britain – are there lessons to be learned from Europe?”
Culley was a founder member and chairman ...
Ormond Memorial Art Museum and Gardens: Four Footed: Artists Interpret Creatures
Four- Footed illustrates that at some point in their careers, most artists cannot resist some casual exploration into the animal form. For some it is a simple case of respite from the larger, more complex and grueling subject matter which they re...
MONTREAL MUSEUM OF FINE ART: Gauguin to Toulouse-Lautrec: French
Prints of the 1890s
The style current among these artists in the nineties was typified by bold design,
cursive lines, vibrant patterns and brilliant planes of flat colour - an approach
absorbed from infl...
Gandy Gallery: Glass Fab: Three Exhibitions of Artists Working in Glass
matali crasset displays nature flower shower.
matali crasset is an industrial designer, but her creations bring her
to the unknown:
from scenography to furniture, from graphics to interior architecture,
she has a new glance on dailylife, whi...
Los Angeles County Museum: Post-Impressionist Prints: Paris in the 1890s
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art—LACMA—is pleased to present Post-Impressionist
Prints: Paris in the 1890s. On loan from the Philadelphia Museum of Art, this exhibition
features 122 prints by 33 artists, including 22 lithographs by Toulouse-L...
Frick Collection: A Brush with Nature: The Gere Collection of Landscape Oil Sketches
Created by eighteenth- and nineteenth-century artists working out of
doors, these plein-air sketches were painted quickly -- the artists often
spent no more than two hours on a work -- and attempted to capture subtle
atmospheric effects and...
Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center, Vassar College: From Manet to Picasso: Impressionist and Post-Impressionist Prints and Drawings
Prints and drawings ranging from the time of Edouard Manet in mid-century to the early Picasso at the end of the century comprise this survey of works by some of the most well known artists of the time. Impressionists in the exhibition include Ed...
Irish Museum of Modern Art: A Vision of Modern Art in Memory of Dorothy Walker
The exhibition is, fittingly, curated by a fellow writer and art critic Ciarán Bennett, who has made Dorothy Walker’s time as an outstanding art critic, from 1968 to 1982, the focal point of the show. This period was associated not only with the ...
J. Paul Getty Center: Jean-Antoine Houdon: Sculptor of the Enlightenment
More than 70 Houdon sculptures, created in marble, bronze, terracotta, and plaster, have been brought together for the first time in nearly two centuries, demonstrating the remarkable degree of insight and physical accuracy that the sculptor incor...
Haus der Kunst: Masterpieces from Fra Angelico to Bonnard
The Collection Dr. Gustav Rau
After the exhibition in Paris and Cologne, this priceless collection is now to be seen in its noticeably enlarged form in Haus der Kunst. A selection of 100 paintings demonstrates in an exemplary manner the development of European painting from th...
National Gallery of Art: Stunning Still Lifes by Anne Vallayer-Coster, Foremost 18th-Century Painter in Court of Marie-Antoinette
Organized by the Dallas Museum of Art, this exhibition has its debut at the National Gallery of Art, where it opens on June 30 and closes on September 22, 2002. More than 40 of Vallayer-Coster's paintings are presented from private collections and...
Arizona State University Art Museum: SITES AROUND THE CITY: ART AND ENVIRONMENT
Citywide project committee is co-managed by Heather
Sealy Lineberry and Felicie Regnier.
EXHIBITION AT THE ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY ART MUSEUM:
The ASU Art Museum's exhibition and catalogue will
present the most challenging contemp...
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