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SCENE Metrospace: Cir*cus/Car*ni*val
Stern sates about her work, "I play God(dess), attributing characteristics to my medium and by being consistent within one piece, I aim to convince the audience of their validity.
In some instances, I find, recreate, and reinforce the parallels ...
Leonard & Bina Ellen Art Gallery, Concordia University: Max Stern: The Taste of a Dealer. Works from Private Collections Acquired Through the Dominion Gallery
Max Stern was born in Germany in 1904. He obtained a doctorate from the University of Bonn in 1928 after having pursued studies in art history throughout Europe. Stern moved to England during the Second World War and subsequently immigrated to Ca...
City Gallery at the Costick: Between the Cracks Mosaics: Ellen Stern
Stern’s style incorporates both the useful and the whimsical. “Between
the Cracks Mosaics” will feature selections of her wall hangings, large and
small mosaic tables, paper cut-outs, animals, and works on canvas, all of
which inspire clo...
Joao Ferreira Fine Art: Change no Sorry
Featured works in the exhibition are by Sue Williamson, Mark Hipper, Bridgit Baker (currently in residence at Stellenbosch University), Helen Johnson, Kim Stern, Steven
Cohen, William Kentridge, Nicola Jackson, Eris Silke Ro...
Menil Collection: From Above: Photographs of Houston by Alex S. MacLean
FROM ABOVE, curated by
Susan Davidson of The Menil Collection and architect
William F. Stern, of the Rice Design Alliance, brings an
FACT Gallery: Darkly Comic: Marina Zurkow and Eddo Stern
Zurkow and Stern mix arti-fact and fiction in an exhibition that betrays a curious interest in teen culture. Zurkow's colourful, interactive videos reflect the dark undercurrents of sugar-coated teen comix culture on a grand scale, while Stern use...
Minneapolis Institute of Arts: Spirits Embodied: Art of the Congo
g-module: Michael Rodriguez: Recent Paintings
Michael Rodriguez’s acrylic paintings of the late 1990s were a complex and excessive mixture of seductive orbs, ritualistically painted amidst digital like fissures, colorfield patches of negative space and constructions of lines. The paintings, r...
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art: California Pottery: From Mission to Modernism
exclusively from California collections, the approximately 180 pieces in the exhibition
are a selection from producers throughout the state.
May Hamilton de Causse and Geneviève Hamilton
University Art Gallery - University of California, San Diego: In the Beginning: Conceived and Organized by Stephen Hepworth
Invited artists include Ricci Albenda, Fiona Banner, Peter Davies, Tami Demaree, Graham Gilmore, Emma Kay, Justin Lieberman, João Louro, Ján Mančuška, T. Kelly Mason, Dominic McGill, Aaron Parazette, Fernando Pintado, Monique Prieto, Mayer ...
Plus Ultra Gallery: Rosemarie Fiore: Solo Exhibition
A collaboration between artist Joshua Stern and independent curator Ed Winkleman, Plus Ultra Gallery began as a ground-floor gallery near the corner of South 1st and Roebling Streets in May 2001. Still committed to their initial goal of offering a...
Irma Stern Museum: Malcolm Payne: Illuminated Manuscripts
This is achieved through dissonance, both in the improbable affinities or groupings assigned to these (non-menacing) objects and how they are re-fashioned in powerful software applications that causes damage to their structural coherence. He delib...
Chelsea Art Museum: It's Not a Photo
The group of artists selected for It's not a photo have abandoned representation to focus on the media itself. Like abstract painting, it has become increasingly self- referential, using the freedom of its apparent lack of subject to investigate...
Lump gallery/projects: Conglomerates: Randy Wray
“Randy Wray has developed a lexicon that is uniquely his own. He makes abstract ceramic sculpture, photographs it and then scans the photos into a computer then altering their structure. The resultant paint-by-number schematic of 43 colors acts as...
Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale: IMPRESSIONISM TO THE PRESENT: CAMILLE PISSARRO AND HIS DESCENDANTS
The Pissarro exhibition will feature 156 works including significant pieces by Camille Pissarro,
known as the Father of Impressionism, and works created by his sons, grandchildren and
great-granddaughter. Museum visitors will have a rare op...
Holocaust Memorial Resource and Education Center of Central Florida: Bittersweet Legacy: Creative Responses to th Holocaust
BITTERSWEET LEGACY is a collection of art and poetry inspired by the Holocaust. The artists are people from many walks of life who have creatively attempted to understand and give form to their sorrow and quest for meaning.Moskowitz Brody is th...
Parker's Box: Distant Shores: Jason Glasser, Karolyn Hatton, Janine Lariviere, Bruno Peinado, Stefan Sehler, Joshua Stern, Fabien Verschaere
Ambiguity is a great tool here, especially when the origins and
identity of characters or settings are hidden or veiled. In the work
of Berlin-based artist, Stefan Sehler, his mountain paintings at
first sight suggest a realistic representat...
Yale School of Architecture Galleries: New Blue: Recent Work of Graduates of the Yale School of Architecture, 1978-1998
Our graduates have historically been leaders of the profession for generations, said Robert A.M. Stern, dean of the School of Architecture. This is the generation that was raised in the post-modernism debate of the 1980s, and they are now flourish...
Laguna Art Museum: California Holiday: The E. Gene Crain Collection
Support for the exhibition has been provided by the Festival of Arts Foundation, the City of Laguna Beach, the Fieldstone Foundation, Jim and Martha Newkirk, John and Barbara Bing, the late Rex Brandt, Gerald and Bente Buck, Mary and Matt Lawson, ...
Duncan Miller Gallery: Marc Riboud: The World, His Lens
Known for his strong and graphic compositions, a sense of compassion for the human spirit is also present in Marc Riboud images. His work can be found in major private and museum collections throughout the world, including the Musée d'Art Moderne ...
Stephen Cohen Gallery: Bollywood Dreams – Photographs by Jonathan Torgovnik
Born in 1969 in Tel Aviv, Jonathan Torgovnik lived in Israel until his early 20’s. He began his career as a combat photographer in the Israeli army. "The army was my real school of photography. It was very unorganized. They just told me to go ...
artSPACE durban: Two Exhibitions: Recent Works by Louise Hall and Paintings by Caroline Birch
With her abiding interest in the human form, this exhibition of recent
figurative paintings and drawings by KZN artist Louise Hall reflects
the development of two main themes: moving figures and the interaction
of audiences with contemporary me...
Plains Art Museum: Toulouse-Lautrec: Artist from Montmartre
Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (1864-1901) was the consummate bohemian artist of Parisian nightlife, creating scenes that would later come to define the era and its famed cabaret, the Moulin Rouge. Considered one of the most innovative artists of the l...
Kopeikin Gallery: Mark Edward Harris : The Art of the Japanese Bath
After graduating from California State University, Los Angeles with a Master of Arts Degree in Pictorial/Documentary History, Mark started his professional photography career doing the stills for various television and movie companies. In 1986 he ...
Carnegie Museum of Art: Palm Springs Modern: Photographs by Julius Shulman
Shulman‚s photographs will be on display at the Heinz Architectural Center at Carnegie Museum of Art, September 19, 2009ˆJanuary 31, 2010. The exhibition focuses on Shulman‚s encyclopedic documentation of progressive architecture in the Palm Sprin...
UNIVERSITY OF STELLENBOSCH - UNIVERSITY MUSEUM: CECILY SASH: PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS
During 1955-75 Sash lectured art at the University of the
Witwatersrand. Some of her students are now well known
artists and art educators, for example Judith Mason, Terry King
and Greg Kerr. During the forties Sash herself studied as an
LAAA South, The Mike Napoliello Gallery: Ryan Villiers: Rotten Apple Eden
Using declassified government documents as source material, as well as McDonald‚s as a metaphor for General Mao‚s demoralizing regime, Ryan‚s previous work portrayed his carefree cast of characters as unwitting pawns - their happy faces masking a ...
Broadway Gallery: Winard Staring: Abstraction In The Elements - On A Water Note
"They walk the invisible line
between abstraction and figuration and, given the unpredictable qualities of his
subject, he managed to have it both ways... The artist’s works move from
tormented reds to chilling Saharan yellows, and through a hu...
Sothebys.com: The Art Of Henry Moore
At the core of this sale is a collection of drawings, prints and small
sculptures from the Estate of Dr. Max Stern, who, as the director of the
Dominion Gallery in Montreal was for many years one of the major dealers of
Henry Moore in Canada. ...
Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale: Camille Pissarro and his Descendants
The exhibition will feature 157 works including significant
pieces by Camille Pissarro as well as works created by his five sons, three
grandchildren and his great-granddaughter.
This exhibition follows the same concept as Camille Pis...
Yale School of Architecture Galleries: Saving Corporate Modernism: Assessing Three Landmarks Designed by Gordon Bunshaft.
The Lever House in New York City, the Connecticut General Life Insurance Company and the Connecticut headquarters of the Emhart
Manufacturing Company incorporate the work of many of the most innovative designers of their time. In addition to Buns...
London Business School: The First Annual London Art Investment Conference
Theme of this year's conference is "The Rise of Art as an Alternative Asset Class".
The conference discusses the characteristics and dynamics of this emerging alternative asset class, why it should be considered in asset allocation decisions...
Beall Center for Art and Technology - University of California, Irvine: SHIFT-CTRL: Computers, Games and Art
Festival Content: Game Mods
The availability of commercial game engines that allow users to create their own game "mods," or modifications, has allowed independent designers, artists and small teams to produce innovative new games, genres and aes...
Plains Art Museum: Window on the West: Views from the American Frontier from The Phelan Collection
Included are works by the greats: Frederic Remington, Carl Wimar, Alfred Jacob Miller, Karl Bodmer and John Frederick Kensett, as well as Lone Wolf who was perhaps the first academically trained Native American artist. However, this exhibition is ...
Yale School of Architecture Galleries: 2 Views of Eero Saarinen: The Architectural Photography of Balthazar Korab and Ezra Stoller
This exhibition celebrates the work of two great architectural photographers who were closely associated with a great architect, Eero Saarinen, Robert A.M. Stern, dean of Yale School of Architecture, commented. Through the interpretive photograph...
Bert's Warehouse Theater: Dirty Show International Erotic Art Exhibition Features Work by Harry Weisburd
Harry is originally from New York. Harry started out as a fashion artist like fashion artist, Andy Warhol and evolved into a fine artist , painter and sculptor. He graduated from Parsons School of Design, New York. Harry worked as a fashion artis...
Open Studio: A Group Show: Briar Craig, Elizabeth Forrest, Leah Oates, Elena Roginsky, Rochelle Rubinstein
Briar Craig is a Kelowna-based artist with an MVA in printmaking from the University of Alberta, and BFA from Queen’s University. He has exhibited across Canada as well as in Poland, Japan, and Ireland. The recipient of numerous grants, his work i...
Cohen Amador Gallery: Thomas Kellner: Tango Metropolis
The intrigue of Kellner's work lies in its simultaneous participation in avant-gardist and historical photographic discourses while maintaining a level of individuality and aesthetic merit that captures the eye and refuses to let go. Aligned in t...
Austin Museum of Art: Liberated Voices: Contemporary Art from South Africa
In the past, many South African artists, whatever their background, created art that
predominantly sought to bring down apartheid. Since that time, the political aspect of their work
has become less explicit, while identity has developed as a fo...
Premises Gallery at Johannesburg Civic Theatre: Uplift: The Mountain Premises - Sean Slemon 's Newest Work
‘Uplift: The Mountain Premises’ is a site-specific installation of carpet where layers of carpet trace the contours from the gallery footprint and gradually reduce in size to create a mountain.
The installation is informed by the space of t...
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