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ALPHABETICAL ARTIST INDEX: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

SENSATION: Young British Artists From the Saatchi Collection
A defining exhibition of the last decade-that includes approximately ninety paintings, sculpture, p...
Joseph Beuys: The Secret Block for a Secret Person in
Joseph Beuys was born in 1921 in the town of Kleve in Germany and died in 1986 in Düsseldorf. He was...
Roy Lichtenstein: Interiors
This exhibition will feature several of Lichtensteins large interior paintings of the 1990s and ...
Examining Pictures
Examining Pictures is a provocative analysis of international contemporary painting, curated ...
Transmute
Independent art critic and curator Joshua Decter has been invited by the MCA to create the secon...
Debra Dawes - Paintings
In the attempt to find words to describe the experience of viewing Debra Dawes paintings, the enig...
Callum Morton - International Style
International Style, an installation by Melbourne-based artist Callum Morton, continues Mortons inve...
Operation Cote Ouest:
New works by the French artists Pierre Huyghe and Marie-Ange Guilleminot. The exhibition will be hel...
Public Programs - Impressionists in Winter
Join critic and writer Arthur C. Danto, Emeritus Johnsonian Professor of Philosophy at Columbia Uni...
New Online Project
A new online project allows visitors to The Museum of Modern Arts Web site at www.moma.org to hear...
Museum Receives Major Old Master Collection
The Clowes Fund, Inc., an Indianapolis-based philanthropic institution, announced plans to give the...
Hans Hofmann at The Metropolitan Museum of Art
The work of the noted abstract artist and influential teacher Hans Hofmann (1880-1966) is ...
American Folk Art at The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Paintings, watercolors, drawings, and portrait miniatures by the greatest names ...
Rembrandt by Himself
Rembrandt created a unique pictorial autobiography through his self p...
U.S. Writer Wins WWII Art Suit
A French court on Wednesday ruled in favor of an American writer who suggested that a prominent Fren...
Theo van Gogh
The Van Gogh Museum is located on the Museumplein in Amsterdam, between the Rijksmuseu...
John Singer Sargent
This exhibition includes more than 150 of John Singer Sargent...
The Medieval Housebook: A Fifteenth-Century View of Life
On tour in the United States for the first – and perhaps only time – is the Medieval ...
Jean-François Millet: Drawn into the Light
The greatest masterpieces by the French painter Jean François Millet--The Gleaners, Man with a Hoe, ...
Facing West: Jews of Central Asia and Caucasus
In the late nineteenth century, Russian ethnographers surveying the newly conq...
Abby Aldrich Rockefeller and Print Collecting: An Early Mission for MoMA
Abby Aldrich Rockefeller (1874-1948), a noted philanthropist and one of The Museum of Modern A...
Centennial Celebrations: Fred Astaire/George Cukor
Two major figures in American cinema whose centenaries fall in 1999 are Fred Astaire, the danc...
Fame After Photography
From July 8 to October 5, The Museum of Modern Art presents the first exhibition to trace the ...
Kubrick at MoMA: A Gift Revisited
In 1965, Stanley Kubrick, with the assistance of various Hollywood studios, donated to The Mus...
The MOMA and Heirs of Kasemir Malevich Reach Agreement
The Museum of Modern Art and the heirs of Kasimir Malevich, the Russian artist, announced toda...
Rober Storr Promoted to Senior Curator at the MOMA
Glenn D. Lowry, Director of The Museum of Modern Art, has announced that Robert Storr has been...
The Un-Private House
More than simply a retreat from the world, the private home is a world within itself--a litera...
Janna Dekker and Jan van Leeuwen Photographs: Contemporary Dutch Still Lifes
As a complement to the major exhibition, Still-Life Paintings from the Netherlands, 1550ˆ1720, whic...
A Painting in Focus: Nicolas Poussin s Holy Family on the Steps
Nicolas Poussins Holy Family on the Steps (1648) is considered a masterpiece of 17th-century a...
The Jeanne Miles Blackburn Collection of Illuminated Manuscripts
Jeanne Blackburn, a retired faculty member of Vassar College, has invested the past 13 years a...
Bugatti
This is the first American exhibition to include the work of three generations of the Bugatti ...
Love and the American Dream: June 25 through October 17, 1999
This is the first exhibition to explore the two cent...
Love and The American Dream: The Art of Robert Indiana
This is the first exhibition to explore the two cent...
James Fitzgerald in Maine
This exhibition is organized in honor of the 90th birthday of Anne Hubert, the painters longtime pat...
Art & Technology Resources in New York State
The Directory is a 179 page sourcebook that lists telecommunications, computer and new media resourc...
Kalighat Paintings of Calcutta
Calcutta in the nineteenth century was a dynamic, cosmopolitan city. It wa...
Post-Impressionist Prints: Paris in the 1890s
At the end of the nineteenth century, painters in Paris took to making original prints in greater ...
The Fashionable Child of the Nineteenth Century
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art—LACMA—presents the exhibition The Fashionable Child of the Ni...
1 monde réel
Playing, dreaming, drawing, telling stories, seeing, fabricating, exploring space … Fiction ...
Richard Serra
One of the preeminent sculptors of the twentieth century, Richard Serra ...
Christo Coetzee 70
This is a retrospective exhibition of 200 artworks dating from 1947 to the present and coincides wi...
Forum: Felix de la Concha
As a child, Painter Felix de la Concha painted landscapes as he accompanied his father on fishing tr...
Whistler: Impressions of an American Abroad
Carnegie Museum of Art began collecting Whistler prints between 1913 and 1919, acquiring nearly all ...
Pierre Alechinsky
JACK RUTBERG FINE ARTS will present the works of Belgian born artist, Pierre Alechinsky in a rare We...
Beyond Technology: Working in Brooklyn
Five Brooklyn artists who create works with computers, video equipment, and electronic media will b...
Joining of two old Rivals
After 40 years of separation the collection of the Gemaeldegalerie in Berlin (1830) has finally be...
The New Media Encyclopedia
The New Media Encyclopedia is the first trilingual English-French-German catalogue of its kind freel...
Robin Bruch:  Eye Play
Rebecca Ibel Gallery is pleased to announce Eye Play, an exhibition of new paintings by Robin Bruc...
Photographs by Nadar and Warhol
On July 20, the J. Paul Getty Museum will open Nadar/Warhol: Paris/New York, an...
Light in the Darkness: The Photographs of Hill and Adamson
From July 20 through October 10, 1999, the J. Paul Getty Museum will present Li...
On Line Artist Collaboration Forum
United Art Space is a new non-localized art space, acting from Internet. It offers not only to broad...
Golden Treasures from the Ancient World
In Golden Treasures from the Ancient World, the Dallas Museum of Art joins two complementary y...
Adrienne Outlaw
The exhibition, titled Temporary Contemporary: Movements - Conceptual Art by Ad...
Gerrit Engel: Buffalo Grain Elevators
Gerrit Engels color photographs of Buffalos Grain Elevators re-interpret ...
El Lissitzky
El Lissitzky’s contribution to the abstract art of the twenties is well known and has been analysed ...
RAYMOND HAINS
The entire body of work of Raymond Hains (Saint-Brieuc, 1926) revolves around a single obsession: a...
MARTHA ROSLER
This exhibition, the first major retrospective of the work of Martha Rosler, examines the artist’s ...
The Popular Print in England
The Popular Print in England includes prin...
Cracking Codes: The Rosetta Stone and Decipherment
In mid-July 1799, what has since become one of the most famous of all Egyptian ...
The Light of Nature: Van Dyck
The twenty-nine known landscape drawings by Anthony van Dyck ...
The Apocalypse
The close of the second millennium is an appropriate moment to evaluate the ...
Cosmos: From Romanticism to the Avant-garde
Art in Search of Infinity According to Museum Director Guy Cogeval, the e...
Expansion and Renovation of the Van Gogh Museum
The Van Gogh Museum has been closed since 1 September 1998. On June 24, 19...
waste management at the Art Gallery
LAST WEEKEND Exhibition presents an artistic spin on recycling From April 7 to July 11, ...
Riches from Rome
From July 15 to September 12, 1999 the Art Gallery of Ontario will be ...
The Million Artist March On the Avenue of the Arts in Philadelphia
The Million Artist March is organized by MAMOTAA, an arts advocacy group under the non-profit umbre...
Rothschild Auction in Europe... Largest Ever.
Seeking to acquire their own taste of Rothschild, bidders comp...
Different Roads: Automobiles for the Next Century
Different Roads: Automobiles for the Next Century is a forward-looking examination of automobi...
Han Nyguyen
On Sunday, July 25, 1999, the Museum of Photographic Arts will present work by local ...
Anamorphose/Metamorphose - Photographic Interventions by Georges Rousse
Known for his interventions made in empty -warehouses and abandoned buildings all over ...
LAST CHANCE: Facts Showered with Light
The photographic medium is a democratic one, extending importance and validity to everything that is...
The Art of Tibetan Sand Painting
Tibetan sand painting is one of the world's most exquisite arti...
Crossing the Threshold with Thelma and Louise
Bernice Steinbaum, of the Steinbaum Krauss Gallery in New York City, curated this exhibition celebra...
Mysteries of the Mummies:
The Carlos Museum is now in the process of cleaning and conserving objects contained in its importan...
So Many Brilliant Talents: Art and Craft in the Age of Rubens
From September 17, 1999 through January 9, 2000, the Michael C. Carlos Museum and the King Baudouin ...
Full Moon: Apollo Mission Photographs of Lunar Landscape
The Apollo space missions of 1967-72 made an indelible impression on those who followed them, and pr...
Transformations: A Century of Sculpture
This exhibition presents aspects of International and Australian figurative sculpture from...
From Cézanne to Van Gogh: The collection of Dr Gachet
Paul Gachet has become well-known for being the doctor who treated Vincent van Gogh in the final mon...
Jean-François Millet: Drawings
Jean-François Millet (1814-1875) was one of the most respected and influential artists of the 19th ...
Prague 1900: Poetry & Ecstasy, Paintings, drawings, sculptures, photographs, decorative arts
After the successful exhibition Glasgow 1900: art & design (1992-93) and Vienna 1900: portrait & int...
LAST WEEK! Luc Courchesne: Landscape One Interactive Viseo Panarama
commissioned by NTT InterCommunication Center, Tokyo, 1997 The canadian media ...
RUTH WEISBERG: CANTO V: A WHIRLWIND OF LOVERS
A mural-size composition by artist Ruth Weisberg, inspired by Dante's Inferno, will be on view in Th...
LAST CHANCE! Luc Courchesne: Landscape One, Interactive video panarama
commissioned by NTT InterCommunication Center, Tokyo, 1997 The canadian media ...
Art is Fun 10: Angelic, Devilish, or Both
Why not come to Hara Museum ARC to enjoy the beautiful, highland meadows and the tenth installmen...
Revealing the Holy Land: The Photographic Exploration of Palestine
Exquisite 19th century photographs document the modern rediscovery of ancient Palestine (a territor...
Gregory Peck Honored
Gregory Peck has been honored by the city of Philadelphia for his humanitarian work. The 83-yea...
Secret Victorians
Organized by independent curators Melissa Feldman and Ingrid Schaffner, and circulated by the Haywar...
Tiborocity: Design and UnDesign by Tibor Kalman, 1979-1999
This exhibition is the first comprehensive museum presentation of the work of graphic designe...
A BREATH OF FRESH AIR: Artists of the Newlyn School 1880 - 1910.
A selection of work from the Penlee House collections plus selected works fro...
Highlights from the Dahesh Museum Collection
Paul Delaroche’s Pietà, while reacquainting visitors with old favorites like Adolphe-William B...
The Stowitts Museum & Library announces the Nijinsky Dancing! exhibition
The Stowitts Museum & Library in Pacific Grove, CA announces the recent Nijinsky Dancing! exhibitio...
West 10 Interactive Online Auctions
The Internet is becoming an essential tool in the worldwide trading of art, antiques and collectabl...
MODERN FICTION AND ART: Prints by Contemporary Authors
Silkscreen prints by such pivotal contemporary writers as Kurt Vonnegut, Ralph Steadman, Hunter S. T...
Montreal Photographer Holly King
From September 23 to December 5, 1999, the exhibition Holly King: Landscapes of the Imagination ...
Vibrant Colours and the Passion of Mexican Modern Art
From November 4, 1999, to February 6, 2000, the Montreal Museum of Fine ...
Ellsworth Kelly: The Early Drawings. 1948-1955
September 11-December 5, 1999 Dayl...
Kenneth Josephson: A Retrospective
September 25, 1999-January 16, 2000 Photography Gallerie...
IKAT: Splendid Silks from Central Asia
September 30, 1999-January 9, 2000 Elizabeth F. Cheney and Agnes Allerton Text...
Head of Smithsonian Air and Space Museum killed in Glider Crash
The head of the Smithsonian Institution's National Air and Spa...
Bill Voila
October 16, 1999-January 9, 2000 Regenstein Hall, The Daniel F. and Ada L. Ric...
Dating Surveillance Project: Video Installation and Black and White Photographs by Laurie Long
Artist Laurie Long's Dating Series investigates issues regarding the construction of female identity...
Back to the Ranch: Photographs of the Diminishing East Bay Cattle Industry
Since before the founding of Mission San Jose in 1797 California's East Bay has enjoyed a long and r...
S-T-R-E-T-C-H-I-N-G: A Spiritual Journey
Marsia Alexander-Clarke's video installation examines issues concerning health, selfhood and the fut...
Abracadabra: International Contempory Art
Abracadabra brings together an international selection of fifteen contemporary ...
Art Now
The Art Now programme comprises at least four contemporary art exhibitions each...
MATTHEW BARNEY CREMASTER 2:THE DRONES' EXPOSITION
New York-based artist Matthew Barney has become well known for the unique combination of obsessive a...
Andy Warhol Drawings: 1942-1986
Since his death 11 in early 1987, Andy Warhols stature as an artist has been increasingly recognized...
The House for Cubism: The Raoul La Roche Collection
Raoul La Roche belongs to the most important patrons of the Öffentliche Kunstsamml...
Time of Our Lives
Today people are living longer, staying active, healthy and mentally aler...
GREG LYNN and FABIAN MARCACCIO
. The joint project by Greg Lynn and TALAVERA POBLANA FOUR CENTURIES OF A MEXICAN CERAMIC TRADITION
The Americas Society Art Gallery is pleased to announce its Fall 1999 exhibition Talavera Poblana: F...
Contemporary Vision - Ancient Art: The New Gallery of Hôryûji Treasures
The Hôryûji Treasures consist of over 300 valuable objects, mainly from the 7th - 8th century, which...
The Work of Charles and Ray Eames: A Legacy of Invention
Charles and Ray Eames, who are among the designers most responsible for modernizing postwar America,...
New Goods and Services Tax to hit hard at Australian arts.
The Australian Federal Government will introduce a goods and services (or value added) tax with pot...
A New Website for The Artist Collabrative, Dallas
The Artist Collabrative established a website developed by and for Dallas area and regional artist...
Call for Entries: New Glass Review 21
Each year, The Corning Museum of Glass condu...
New Glass Sculpture Gallery Presents Exhibition of Late 20th Century Works
This dynamic new space affords Museum visitors an opportunity to see contemporary glass sculpture t...
NEW ONLINE COMMUNITY COURTS SERIOUS COLLECTORS OF FINE ARTS AND ANTIQUES
Serving passionate art collectors and dealers, The Serious Collector (www.SeriousCollector.com) is i...
Julie Taymor: Playing with Fire
Launching its 10th anniversary season, the Wexner Center will present a m...
Three Museums Join to Present Groundbreaking Survey of Van Gogh's Portraits
Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890) wrote: What fascinates me much, much more than...
BRIGHT HUES AND ELABORATE DESIGNS FEATURED IN CERAMIC EXHIBITION AT DIA
Splashes of turquoise, purple, red and yellow decorate the pottery featured in the exhi...
Where the Girls Are: Photographs by Women in the Permanent Collection
Since the invention of photography in the mid-nineteenth century, women have been ...
The Eventful Camera
George Eastman House's first curator, Beaumont Newhall, wrote in the mid-1950s o...
Chokwe:Art and Initiation Amoung Chokwe and Related Peoples
Kings, heroes, and rites of passage are celebrated with music, dance, masks, and sculpture by one ...
House Narrowly Defeats Move to Increase NEA/NEH Funds
The U.S. House of Representatives on July 14 narrowly defeated an amendment to the FY 2000 Interior...
Joint Artistic Celebration in Cairns
Cairns Regional Gallery is celebrating its Fourth Birthday in July 1999 with the Queensland premier...
Joint Artistic Celebration in Cairns
Cairns Regional Gallery is celebrating its Fourth Birthday in July 1999 with the Queensland premier...
The Passion of Flamenco: When dance speaks the unspoken and no language is
A complete dancer today, is well trained in more than one discipline. The European dance scene has ...
oobr to become the first weekly publication to chronicle Off-Off-Broadway!
After five long years of putting out a monthly publication, oobr (the off-off-broadway review), th...
China Steals Nukes, and Counterfeits American Crafts!
Target Stores are selling counterfeit American Crafts, charged the Made in the USA Foundation in a ...
PRODUCERS LEAVE HOLLYWOOD: PROVIDENCE LOOKS DIVINE FOR SPEAKERS AT NEW ENGLAND SCREENWRITERS CONFERENCE
Where can you hob-nob with David Gerrold, writer and producer of Star Trek Trouble with Tribbles and...
Amazons of the Avant-Garde
From July 10 to October 17, 1999, Deutsche Guggenheim Berlin will present Amazons of the Avant-Garde...
Dan Flavin: The Architecture of Light
At the forefront of a generation of artists working with new media in the 1960s, Dan Flavin was reco...
Siegmar Polke: Works on Paper 1963-1974
The recent comprehensive retrospective in the Bundeskunsthalle Bonn and the Nationalgalerie...
DAVID MICHAEL KENNEDY: Lakota Dancers
David Michael Kennedy is regarded as one of New Mexico's most celebrated photographers. His splendi...
Virtual Galleries: Unlimited Advantages for Patrons and Artists
“Online Art Auctions are becoming an alternate and viable way for artists to sell their works” say...
Thomas Schütte: In Medias Res
In this unusually extended tripartite installation, lasting some eighteen months, Dia explores in de...
Stan Douglas and Douglas Gordon: Double Vision
This exhibition of the work of Canadian artist Stan Douglas and Scottish artist Douglas Gordon inclu...
NEH Announces $17.6 Million in New Grants
WASHINGTON, July 22 – William R. Ferris, chairman of the Nati...
THE LIGHT OF NATURE: Landscape drawings and watercolours by Van Dyck and his contemporaries
A special exhibition in the Rubens House in Antwerp ...
Keith Haring: Made in France
In spite of a too short career, Keith Haring has become one of the most sought after artists of his...
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts' world-renowned collection of Russian imperial Easter eggs by Peter...
Girlfriend! The Barbie Sessions by David Levinthal
In honor of her 40th birthday in 1999, internationally recognized photographer David Levinthal has...
Me Myself & I. Self-Images, 300 years after Rembrandt
Rembrandts self-portraits in the Mauritshuis, a show entitled Me, Myself & I including works of...
Hats Off! A Salute to Africa Headwear
Among the most beautiful and creative objects of personal attire worn by African people are innumera...
Kendall Buster
Washington, DC, artist Kendall Buster creates monumental sculptures whose sleek forms suggest natura...
The 20th Century British Art Fair
The 1999 20th Century British Art Fair will take place at the Royal College of Art, Kensington Gore,...
Digital Bauhaus: A Vision of Education and Creation for the New Century
>In recent years, multifarious projects in creation and education based on the fusion of art with sc...
Jackson Pollock: Works from the MoMA and European Collections
After the retrospective in New York and London, the Museum of Modern Art decided to make its ...
Grant Winner Announced
Ms. Darlene Nguyen-Ely, the Seattle-based sculptor has been named to receive a second grant from th...
Impressionism Paintings Collected by European Museums
>Together with two other U.S. museums, the Seattle Art Museum has co-organized a highly selective an...
Cornell Capa: A Retrospective
In his 40-year career, Cornell Capa has been a photojournalist, celebrity photographer, museum found...
The Nude in Contemporary Art The Nude in Contemporary Art
The Nude in Contemporary Art, an exhibition curated by director Harry Philbrick with assistant dire...
San Francisco International Art Expo
The inaugural San Francisco International Art Exposition (SFIAE), welcomed over 15,000 ...
FIAC: International Fair of Modern and Contemporary Art in Europe
NEW LOCATION, NEW DATES, NEW FIAC FOR THE NEW MILLENNIUM ! The doo...
Qiu Shi-hua
Qiu Shi-hua (b. 1940 in Sichuan) lives and works in Shen Zhen A quite rare interplay between Chines...
Senate Efforts to Increase Funding for IMLS, NEA, and NEH
In a surprising move, the U.S. Senate on July 27 is expected to begin considering the FY 2000 Inte...
Torres Strait Exhibition starts national tour
The first major exhibition of artworks by the indigenous people of the Torres Strait Islands is abo...
New Organization to Promote Digital Art Exhits at Nexus Gallery
The Center for Digital Art is a new organization formed to increase public awareness, appreciation ...
9th Asian Art Biennale Bangladesh 1999
As the world prepares to enter a new millenium, and take up the challenges that lie ahead, it is fo...
Relics from Rustic Animations
Opening on Friday 23rd July 1999, Silicon Pulps fifth exhibition entitled Relics from ...
Gamelan Digul
Display of the newly restored 1927 iron Indonesian gamelan digul and a contempora...
Ars Electronica 99 Festival of Art, Technology and Society
Ascertaining the position of art in the field of tension and interplay of technology and society ha...
Rosemary Laing: Melbourne-Osaka Exchange project
This major exhibition of recent work by Sydney artist Rosemary Laing will be ...
Next Deadline for NEH Consultation Grants is September 13, 1999
Consultation Grants from the National Endowment for the Humanities support the development of publi...
Third International Biennial: Looking for a Place
The exhibition, whose working title is LOOKING FOR A PLACE, sets out to translate the emot...
THE ABSOLUT L. A. INTERNATIONAL BIENNIAL ART INVITATIONAL 1999
This summer the Absolut-L.A. International brings a vast array of worlds best contemporary art work ...
Vik Muniz: Seeing Is Believing
Vik Muniz works with the syntax of photography, but his images are not simply photographic. “Muniz h...
AUSTRALIA COUNCIL JOINS ARTS COMMUNITY GRIEF FOR ARKLEY
The Australia Council has joined the arts community around Australia in their grief over the loss of...
Eugene Jansson (1862-1915)
ansson spent all his life in Stockholm, the town he loved and of which he ...
Theo van Gogh : art-dealer, collector, Vincent's brother
According to his legend, Vincent van Gogh was a solitary man. In fact, he ...
WATER MEDICINE PRECIOUS WORKS FOR A DRY CONTINENT
Water Medicine is an exhibition of works that have been made using water. The exhibition is present...
Timeless Beauty: Representing the Ideal in Neoclassical Drawing
Exhibition Features Drawings by Jacques-Louis David, Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres, Théodore Géricau...
Jacques-Henri Lartigue Photographs: Automobiles
As a complement to the summers Bugatti exhibition, the Cleveland Museum of Art presents Jacq...
A Passion for Performance: Sarah Siddons and Her Portraitists
The exhibition includes a selection of 10 portraits by some of the leading 18th-century British ...
Red Grooms, The Bookstore and the Late Seventies
The Museum celebrates the 20th anniversary of Red Grooms' The Bookstore with a selection of work c...
Irving Penn, A Career in Photography
Irving Penn (b. 1917) is an artist whose photographs are familiar ...
The Intensely Colored, Symbolically Imaginative Work of Self-Taught Artist Nellie Mae Rowe
The exhibition traces the development of Rowe's art and positions her work within both ...
Stunning Chronicle of Suffering and Renewal by Russian Artist Eva Levina-Rozengolts
When Eva Levina-Rozengolts returned to Moscow from exile in ...
Conceptual Art and Travelers' Tales in Book As Art XI
Book as Art XI, the latest exhibition in the annual series ...
Meticulous, Poetic Wood Engravings by American Printmaker Grace Albee
In detailed representations of both great urban centers and rustic scenes of rural life, Grace Albee...
SEPTEMBER SONG: The 1999 Soho MultiMedia Music Festival
Photography image manipulation movies and music come together in a true celebration of modern crea...
Village Works: Photographs by Women in China's Yunnan Province
This exhibition of some 75 compelling color photographs documents an extraordinary project in rural ...
Screenplay Winners Recognized With A.T. Cross Awards
The Providence Film Foundation Screenwriting Competition, sponsored by the Providence Film Foundatio...
Landmark National Policy Initiative for American Arts and Culture Announced
The Pew Charitable Trusts, a leading funder of the arts in the U.S., have announced the launch...
Full Moon: Apollo Mission Photographs of the Lunar Landscape
Spectacular, rarely seen scientific images charting the American exploration of the moon have been c...
Julia Margaret Cameron's Women
Julia Margaret Cameron (1815 - 79) is recognized as a pioneer of photography and one of the great po...
Call For Entries: Creative Vision Television
Catch the creative spirit with Creative Vision Television - award-winning cable access program whi...
YORK UNIVERSITY LIBRARY announces the development of a new Humanities Research Library.
Following a generous benefaction of 2 million from the Raymond Burton Trust, to which the Universit...
Van Dyck 1999 is More than a Huge Retrospective at the Museum of Fine Arts
itself buttressed by exhibitions at Rubens house and the Museum Plantin Moretus that look back at ...
The 22th Antique Show in St-Tropez
On the Esplanade of the New Port, the 22th Show of the Antique dealers, will open its gates on Augus...
Last Week! Gustave Moreau - Between Epic and Dream
To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the death of French artist Gu...
Andy Warhol Museum's Community Forums On line
The Andy Warhol Museum and the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry at Carnegie Mellon University invite you...
Last Week! Cindy Sherman: Retrospective
The photographic work of American artist Cindy Sherman, hailed as one of the most important ar...
Golden Threads
This groundbreaking film combines animation (much of it hand done) with documentary film making on...
Introducing Institute of Art and Law Website
This is a service that anyone in the arts should find useful. The site provides some useful links in...
Call For Submissions: Video-Net-Festival 99
vitaminb. and ART- on are organizing a video and film festival in the internet. Anyone intere...
Creative Writing Residencies
Salmon is one of Ireland's major literary presses, based half a mile from the world famous Cliffs o...
Short Center Repertory appears at Celebration Arts
In honor of Disability Awareness Month, The Short Center Repertory will present its first Sacramen...
NEH Announces $17.6 Million in New Grants
William R. Ferris, chairman of the National Endowment for the Humaniti...
Odyssey Into World Art Spans Time, Place, and Culture
Can you see the world differentlyNULL Take the Peabody Essex Museum’s Odyssey, and you may not see i...
Major Performing Arts Inquiry Discussion Paper Released
The Minister for Communications, Information Technology and the Arts, Senator Richard Alston...
Constable's Salisbury Cathedral: Two Versions Reunited
With this fall presentation, visitors will have an opportunity to examine John Constable's (1776 - ...
Australian FFC Appointments
Four new appointments have been made to the Australian Film Finance Corporation (FFC)-the Co...
Summertime 99
Rebecca Ibel Gallery is pleased to announce Summertime 99, an exhibition featuring work by a group...
Treasures to Go!
When the Smithsonians American Art Museum began planning for three years of renovation to start...
11th Annual Eldredge Prize Awarded for New Interpretation of 1960s American Art
Dr. Caroline Jones, assistant professor of contemporary art and criticism at Boston University,...
No More Lofts Rally
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors is voting Monday on a moratorium on loft construction in S...
Mystical Tibetan Art
Tibet has long fascinated the West. Its majestic landscape, ancient culture, and remarkable spiritua...
Cultural Riches of Early Japan-US Trade
It was 1799, and a young America was sending out its fleet in search of new trading partners in the ...
Smithsonian’s American Art Museum and National Portrait Gallery Announce Upcoming Renovation
A major renovation of the Old Patent Office Building in Washington, D.C., historic home of the Smith...
The Warhol Look: Glamour Fashion Style
The Warhol Look - Glamour, Style, Fashion presents a bold new look at Andy Warhol by examining the...
Elizabeth Catlett Sculpture: A 50 Year Retrospective
The California African American Museum offers the only West Coast exhibition of E...
Helping Arts Organizations Succeed
Founded by the former Vice President of the Corcoran Gallery of Art, S.A. Rosenbaum & Associates i...
HOME IS WHERE YOU FIND IT - EVEN FOR PEARLDIVERS
How hard do you fight for homeNULL In the case of the diverse group in the World Premiere of Tim ...
Pennsylvania's Own Impressionists
Are Showcased In Museum Exhibition August 5, 1999 • Informat...
Thomas Williams Jones: Three Decades of Watercolors
he watercolors of Thomas William Jones are so evocative of memory and seductive of eye that it is ...
James Tissot: Victorian Life, Modern Love
Admired, studied, revered, and sometimes resented by Victorian society in Britain, ...
Tissot: Victorian Life Modern Love
This winter, come celebrate the beauties of modern life at the t...
Atelier van Lieshout
When sci-fi meets home improvement, ...
National Museum Council Appointment
Editor of The Adelaide Review and columnist for the Australian Financial Review, Christopher Pearson...
CONTEMPORARY SOUTH AFRICAN PRINTMAKING
This exhibition comprises a selection of 39 works by 14 prominent South African printmakers who have...
Arts Center selects juror for exhibition
Newport News, VA - The Peninsula Fine Arts Center is pleased to announce that Kinshasha Holman Conw...
Around Impressionism: French Paintings from the National Gallery of Art
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art – LACMA – presents Around Impressionism: French Paintings from ...
Kathryn Spence: Wild
California artist Kathryn Spence looks to the detritus of our lives for her source materials. ...
Ohio State University Receives $6 Million Software Grant from Alias|Wavefront
Alias|Wavefront, a Silicon Graphics Inc. company, has awarded a computer animation software grant, ...
TOP 100 RETAILERS OF AMERICAN CRAFT ANNOUNCED
The 1999 Top 100 Retailers of American Craft were announced at a ceremony and dinner held July 31, ...
AARON SISKIND: HARLEM PHOTOGRAPHY
An exhibition of the documentary photography of Aaron Siskind (American, 1903-1991), will be on dis...
USES OF PHOTOGRAPHY IN CONTEMPORARY ART
A small exhibition of works on paper will trace the ways contemporary artists from the 1960s to the...
Mouth and Foot Artists Art Exhibition
The opening of the Mouth and Foot Artists Art Exhibition in the Drama Marble Foyer of the State The...
Through the Looking Glass: Fresh Perspectives by Artists with Disabilities
This exhibition celebrates the contributions of artists with disabilities to the world of photograph...
Symposium - Pritmaking: The Collaborative Art
On Thursday, August 19, 1999 the Graphic Arts Council of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art will ...
Love and the American Dream
Love and the American Dream: The Art of Robert Indiana is the first exhibition to explore the two c...
Stenberg Brothers: Constructing a Revolution in Soviet Design
As the first retrospective of Vladimir Stenberg (1899-1982) and Georgii Stenberg (1900-1933), promin...
Secret Victorians
Organized by independent curators Melissa Feldman and Ingrid Schaffner, and circulated by the Haywar...
Keith Piper: Relocating the Remains
This exhibition and accompanying CD-ROM comprise the first mid-career survey in the ...
Call For Entries: State Building Programme
Florida's Art in State Buildings Program has 15 new public art projects underway with ...
Call for Submissions: Thirty-Sixth Juried Exhibition
The Parrish Art Museum will present the pre-eminent juried show of the region, the 36th Juried Exhib...
Picturing Power: Posters of China's Cultural Revolution
What color was the Cultural Revolution? What did it look like? What did people see around them as th...
Foundation Seeks Support for Holocaust Art Project
There are a handful of talented artisans across the United States who either by inclusion in the Ho...
Exhibition Production Awards
The Arts Council of England has supported 11 applications, awarding £98,951 under the Visual Arts N...
Last Chance! James Fitzgerald in Maine
This exhibition is organized in honor of the 90th birthday of Anne Hubert, the painters longtime pat...
New Direction for the Arts to Territorians
The Australia Council, the Federal government's principal arts funding and advisory body, will outli...
NEA FUNDING BILL ON HOLD UNTIL SENATE DEBATE RESUMES IN SEPTEMBER
The Senate and House adjourned for the summer recess on Friday, August 6, leaving the ...
Joseph Beuys: Editions
This is the first comprehensive exhibition in Britain to show the editions – or multip...
The Tiger and the Thistle: Tipu Sultan and the Scots in India
The year 1999 marks the 200th anniversary of the Storming of Seringapatam by the British...
Caroline Rye: The Turin Machine
The Turin Machine is a performance/installation which uses a giant pinhole camera to cr...
Robin Philipson
Continuing the Gallery of Modern Art’s series of exhibitions on prominent figures of th...
Rembrandt’s Treasures
The exhibition is being staged in the new wing of the Rembrandt House, where visitors will...
Human Nature
A German transplant to Minnesota’s Arrowhead Region, Frank Sander has learn...
Milestones of Modernism 1880-1940: Selections from the Norwest Collection
With Milestones of Modernism, the Institute marks the debut of the ...
160th Anniversary of Photography's Birth
Photography lovers from around the world are invited to the Grand Opening of our new web exhibit, Th...
Chagall
This exhibition is a focused representation of Chagall’s early work as a pai...
Restoring a Masterpiece: Castiglione Conservation Project
This exhibition will showcase of the Institute’s ongoing and active conservation ...
Chokwe! Art and Initiation Among Chokwe and Related Peoples
Featured in the exhibition are 175 works of art created by Chokwe, Lwena, Luchazi, ...
John Twachtman: An American Impressionist
Celebrate the life and work of one of Cincinnati’s best-known artists and America’s most important ...
Jim Dine: Walking Memory, 1959–1969
The first major survey on the early work of Jim Dine, a ...
Innate Contours: James Surls Drawings Glassell School of Art
Innate Contours consists of twenty-seven drawings, created from 1976 to ...
Diego Rivera: Art and Revolution
This major retrospective exhibition explores the vast artistic career of Diego ...
URBAN EXPOSURE
Film is one of the most powerful mediums for evoking the complexities, both positive and negative, o...
Materia Prima
Materia Prima involves an exchange of artists between two artists organisations; Para/Site in H...
Exhibition Selected by Young Curators at the Irish Museum of Modern Art
An exhibition of some 22 artworks, selected by eight secondary school students from Waterford, Meath...
Indigenous Appointments
Two well-known members of the Aboriginal community have been appointed to the committees for the Com...
Announcing the 1999 Visual Arts Hall of Fame honorees . . .
An outgrowth of the Red River Sculpture Society’s Hall of Fame, it was chartered as a separate non-p...
Modern Kyoto Art Circle and Western Culture - Revolutionaried in Nihonga
Nihonga has been searching for a way to be a form of modern painting since the Meiji period throug...
Masterpieces from the Musée d'Orsay 1999 — The Dreams and Realities of the 19th Century
This exhibition presents a continuation of the well-received La Modernité — Collection du ...
Magritte
I don't paint visions. To the best of my ability, by painterly means, I describe objects ...
Simple Wonders: Photographs by Debra Sgerman
This exhibition features photographs taken with a Diana camera. The results are image that are not f...
The Heritage of Our Ancestors: Works by Jaune Quick-to-See Smith and Kay WalkingStick
The Heritage of Our Ancestors: Works by Jaune Quick-to-See Smith and Kay WalkingStick, an exhib...
Last Week! Kalighat Paintings of Calcutta
Calcutta in the nineteenth century was a dynamic, cosmopolitan city. It wa...
Last Chance! Revealing the Holy Land: The Photographic Exploration of Palestine
Santa Barbara Museum of Art from the collection of Michael G. and Jane Wilson, Revealing the H...
GEORGIA O’KEEFFE: THE POETRY OF THINGS
The first major exhibition to focus exclusively on Georgia O'Keeffe’s ...
Daniel Reeves Above Memory and Transformation
Born in 1948 in the U.S. and a resident of Scotland, ...
Art for the People, Not for the Boardroom
Recent decades have seen the emergence of a plethora of corporate South African art collections, mo...
Online photoessay and Dine' (Navajo) weaving exhibition and nonprofit sale.
The Dine' (Navajo) people of Black Mesa in Arizona have been struggling for 25 years to save their h...
Now online for public voting...
For this year we present 130 entries from artists world wide in four categories including Realism, ...
Indigenous Australia Council Appointments
Torres Strait Cultural Festival coordinator Leo Akee, Canberra heritage collection manager Alana Gar...
Rembrandt 2000
>As the new millennium approaches, we will be looking back over 2000 years of ...
LAST CHANCE! The Popular Print in England
The Popular Print in England includes prin...
Art Is Art
To approach art today comes back to a drawing closer to the many places where art is created...
OPEN'99 2nd International Exhibition of Sculptures and Installations
This exhibition of monumental sculptures and large installations set in the open air, will take plac...
Last Week! El Lissitzky
El Lissitzky’s contribution to the abstract art of the twenties is well known and has been analysed ...
Take a New Look at Contemporary Art
An exciting, ongoing reorganization of the Contemporary Galleries...
Take a New Look at Contemporary Art
An exciting, ongoing reorganization of the Contemporary Galleries...
Last Chance! Relics from Rustic Animations
Silicon Pulps fifth exhibition entitled Relics from Rustic Animations show...
Chekhov Theatre Ensemble Announces Week-Long Michael Chekhov Acting Intensive
From October 11-16, the award-winning Chekhov Theatre Ensemble will sponsor a week-long intensive in...
The Fourth Issue of RedTop is Now Online
This issue features Jillian Edelsteins astonishing pictures taken during the Truth and Reconciliati...
MOFFATT RETURNS TO BRISBANE
Tracey Moffatt is considered internationally as one Australias most prominent contemporary artists....
Brooklyn, New Work
Only a few miles away from fashionable Soho and ...
post-hypnotic
Pulsating patterns, glowing afterimages, ...
Robert Gwathmey: Master Painter of the Old South
The exhibition presents a retrospective of Robert Gwathmeys work with over 50 paintings. Gwathmey, a...
Joe Coleman/MATRIX 139
Despite his two decades as an artist, Joe Coleman's visionary work has not been shown in a main...
Last Week! Joint Artistic Celebration in Cairns
Cairns Regional Gallery is celebrating its Fourth Birthday with the Queensland premiere of a new tr...
N[ART] CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS!
N[ART] (NARCOLEPSY Awareness, Recognition & Treatment) is a grassroots effort to educate the world ...
BABES
During September 1999 Bang the Gallery will exhibit the work of Lilly Turner and Tracy Gander. BABE...
FNB VITA ART PRIZE EXHIBITION ON AT THE SANDTON CIVIC GALLERY
The 1999 FNB Vita Art Prize exhibition is currently on at the Sandton Civic Gallery until September...
Nilima Sheikh: Painted Drawings
The new work of Nilima Sheikh at Gallery Espace (26th of August' 99 to 16th September'99) include...
Boy
For CoCA, Fletcher + Rubin will create new work with and about Gregory Smart, an eleven-year-old boy...
TIME AND SPACE
The Society of British Theatre Designers is mounting TIME AND SPACE featuring some of the best work ...
OUTER BOROUGHS
Curated by Paul Ha and Lauren Ross, White Columns will exhibit work by 179 local artists who live an...
Miriam Schapiro: Works on Paper, A Thirty Year Retrospective
The Art Museum of Missoula is proud to present Miriam Schapiro: Works on Paper, A Thirty Yea...
Wrapped in Pride: Ghanaian Kente and African American Identity
September 12, 1999 - January 2, 2000 Nearly 200 textile art works illustrate the ri...
Triumphs of the Baroque: Architecture in Europe, 1600-1750
The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts is ending 1999 on a note of splendour with the exhib...
Venus Inferred: Photographs by Laura Letinsky
In conjunction with the Mois de la Photo à Montréal 1999, the Art Gallery of Bishop's University pr...
The Carter Downtown will open September 18, 1999
The Carter Downtown will open September 18, 1999, to allow patrons to view ...
New Curator of Paintings and Sculpture Appointed
After an extensive search, the Amon Carter Museum announced the appointment of a new curator of pain...
At the Edge: A Portuguese Futurist, Amadeo de Souza-Cardoso
The Corcoran Gallery of Art with the Portuguese Ministry of Culture in Lisbon and the Embassy ...
Last Week! Milestones of Modernism 1880-1940: Selections from the Norwest Collection
With Milestones of Modernism, the Institute marks the debut of the ...
The Artist as Collector: Masterpieces of Chinese Painting from the C.C. Wang Family Collection
On view are some 60 paintings from the C.C. Wang Family Collection in the Metropolitan ...
DaimlerChrysler Award South African Contemporary Art 2000
The recipient of the first DaimlerChrysler Award for South African Contemporary Art 2000 is Kay Ha...
Deanna Sirlin: Retracings
Deanna Sirlin: Retracings is an installation using the latest in photographic and digital technol...
SOLO EXHIBITION OF WORKS ON TEXTILE BY SANDRA KRIEL
he work of Sandra Kriel is unconventional. As a producer of fine arts she makes use of unusual mixe...
Farouk Hosny/Adam Henein: Contemporary Egyptian Artists and Heirs to an Ancient Tradition
Long known for its ancient art, Egypt is also a modern country with contemporary artists working ...
RODIN’S EXTRAORDINARY MONUMENT TO VICTOR HUGO
The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens is one of only four museums in the United States to host this ...
Egyptian Art in the Age of the Pyramids
The astonishing sculpture, reliefs, paintings, and works of decorative art on view were created in ...
The Getty Grant Program Accepting Applications for New Curatorial Research Fellowships
Museum curators may now apply for new Curatorial Research Fellowships off...
Exhibition of Rare Spanish Drawings to Open
From September 14 through November 28, the J. Paul Getty Museum will pres...
HANNE DARBOVEN'S EXPLORATIONS OF TIME, HISTORY, AND CONTEMPORARY SOCIETY
Hanne Darboven: Works 1969/1972/1983 showcases three decades of Darbovens work and her continuing e...
1999 Carnegie International Artists Announced
The artists who will be featured in the 1999 Carnegie International were announced today by Ma...
Keith Sonnier
The American artist Keith Sonnier (born 1941 in Mamou, Louisiana, lives in New York)...
Helmut Federle: Solo Exhibition
Basics on composition and Black Series- these are the names Helmut Federle (born 19...
Under Your Skin: A Voyage through the Human Body
This exhibition is devoted to the world of medical imaging of the body. It provides a comprehensive ...
SAM FRANCIS: PAINTINGS 1947-1990
A major retrospective featuring the work of this internationally acclaimed American abstract painte...
JULES OLITSKI EXHIBIT OPENS THORNE SEASON
Showing concurrently with Jules Olitski: Monoprints, 1994-1999 will be You Never Know: Recent Acces...
The Huguenot Legacy: English Silver 1680-1760
Caught up in the elegant scrolls and sinuous curves of more than 100 works of silver you will ...
Gift of Robert Smithson's Spiral Jetty
Robert Smithson's monumental earthwork Spiral Jetty (1970) has been acquired by Dia Center for the ...
Valéry Grancher An artwork for the BAM/PFA Web site
French artist Valéry Grancher has conceived an original interactive artwork for the museum's Web si...
Tribute to Lucky Sibiya
Unisa Art Gallery will be hosting an important exhibition of the artworks of the late Lucky Sibiya ...
Call to Artists
GalleryNOW is accepting artists for its YEAR 2000 online exhibition season. Open to all mediums in...
ART & PRINT EXPO TO CO-LOCATE WITH BUYERS MARKET OF AMERICAN CRAFT
Fine art originals, limited-edition prints and photography will be exhibited February 18-20 at the ...
On(e)Line: On One Line
In recent years attempts are made within the art world to seriously open up towards other cultures;...
Shopping
For a month, the shops and shoppers around Carnaby Street are involved in an artistic endeavour - S...
Generations: Tracing Art Through the Family
Does creativity run through the family, how does it manifest or inspire, are there connections in st...
HD High Density
A project about the density of space with walkable, linked wiring diagrams of architecture and sou...
VISIONS OF THE FUTURE - THE WORLD'S LARGEST CANVAS INTERACTIVE EXHIBITION PARTICIPATION
The JHB Civic Gallery is currently involved with a very exciting international art project in conju...
TATTOO JEWS, BUDDHIST ZENGA and FLYING SKATEBOARDERS: Shaeffer Ink Pen Art and other works by California's Alan Kaufman
Internationally acclaimed poet, author and editor Alan Kaufman has been called a new young Keroua...
Stephen Bambury
Paint, gold, graphite, lacquer - and 130 litres of engine oil laid out on the gallery floor*. The ...
Heavenly Chance: Denys Watkins
Denys Watkins turned his usual ways of working upside down for a new body of work called Heavenly C...
Max Ernst: Sculptures
When I reach an impasse with my painting - which happens again and again - sculpture is left to me ...
Cab Gallery
Cab Gallery is an arts project that uses a working London Cab as an exhibition space. Devised and ...
Reality and Desire
Reality and Desire, the title of the edition of the complete works of the Spanish poet Luis Cernuda ...
Will the Show Go On...
New York City Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani stepped up his attack on the Brooklyn Museum of Art Monday,...
Face to Face: Self portraits by New Zealand artists
Face to Face Self portraits by New Zealand artists in the Auckland Art G...
New Work: Paintings by Dale Haven Loy
Sharon Truax Fine Art is pleased to announce, New Work: Paintings by Dale Haven Loy. Returning t...
Beyond the Fold: Artist's Books from Traditional to Cutting Edge
This is a national, survey exhibition of 81 books representing 47 artists from 19 states. A four-...
Morgan Arts Council brings art to cyberspace
The Morgan Arts Council (MAC) today announced the second week of the Five Rings Electronic Media Fe...
Barry McGee: Things Are Getting Better
Things Are Getting Better a new installation by San Francisco based artist Barry McGee, will be on...
Territory of Public Objects
This is an exploration Territory and Gallery. From mail received (in French, English, Portugese or.....
Icelandic Art Auction
Art Gallery Fold will held an art auction on 19th September 1999. Over 100 paintings and sculptures...
Selling Australian culture to the world
Leaders from the Australian cultural community have endorsed a three-year strategy to promote ...
BLACKCHAIR PRODUCTIONS ANNOUNCES NEW EUROPEAN OFFICE AND INTERNATIONAL MICROCINEMA SCREENING SCHEDULE
Blackchair Productions, curators and distributors of the Independent Exposure microcinema screenin...
Dossiers: Chardin
The exhibition follows a chronological order. It is divided into fiv...
FABRIC COLLAGES BY ELIZABETH B. NOYCE
Elizabeth Bottomley Noyce (1930-1996), remembered as Maine's leading philanthropist and art collecto...
Remembering Saul Steinberg
This fall The Menil Collection honors “the most original man of his time,” as The New Yorker recentl...
National Gallery Council Appointment
An experienced investment and financial manager has been appointed to the Council of the National Ga...
SENATE PASSES FUNDING BILL WITH ARTS INCREASE; CONFERENCE FOLLOWS
Late in the evening on September 23, after approving a controversial measure to continue ...
clubmedia no. 3.0
clubmedia no 3.0 treats the net as exhibition space for art, design, music and communication with th...
Degas to Picasso: Painters, Sculptors and the Camera
This major exhibition explores fourteen European artists at the dawn of the twentieth century and ...
Present Tense 4
Mystery and double-entendre, skewed perspectives, minimalist shapes, and the relations between old a...
The Garden of Forking Paths: Contemporary Art from Latin America
The Garden of Forking Paths presents a view of contemporary Latin American art. With ...
Modern American Realism: Selections from the Sara Roby Foundation Collection
After visiting several museums across the country, major examples of 20th-century American real...
Barry Markowitz: New Work
The Eagle Rock Community Cultural Center is proud to announce an exhibition of new work by artist B...
FIFTH ANNUAL SANTA ANA ARTWALK FEATURES KALEIDOSCOPE OF FINE ART
More than 50 galleries and studios, including Bowers Museum, will open their doors to the public f...
Brice Marden: Workbook Drawings
Brice Marden is, without question, one of the great...
Art At The Millenium: Part II
A symposium on Art Issues in the Nation's Capital sponsored by ADAGW. Two sessions with panel membe...
Liberated Voices: Contemporary Art from South Africa
This examination of contemporary art affords insight into a unique period of transition in today'...
Charles Burns
This Morris Gallery exhibition -- the artist's first regional showing in five years ...
John Twachtman: An American Impressionist
This major traveling exhibition for which the Pennsylvania Academy of ...
Paris 1900: The American School at the Universal Exposition
The Montclair Art Museum presents a major exhibition recreating the American art ...
The Drawings of Annibale Carracci
he first exhibition devoted solely to the powerful and evocative drawings of Annibale ...
THE GOLDEN AGE OF CHINESE ARCHAEOLOGY: CELEBRATED DISCOVERIES FROM THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA
The Golden Age of Chinese Archaeology: Celebrated Discoveries from The ...
Brassaï: The Eye of Paris
This retrospective celebrates the centenary of the artist's birth (born Gyula Halász on 9 ...
From Schongauer to Holbein: Master Drawings from Basel and Berlin
From Schongauer to Holbein: Master Drawings from Basel and Berlin is an ...
Secret Victorians
Organized by independent curators Melissa Feldman and Ingrid Schaffner, and circulated by the Haywar...
TRACE The International Exhibition of the Liverpool Biennial of Contemporary Art
The first ever Liverpool Biennial of Contemporary Art will be hosted in many ...
Dominique-Vivant Denon, the eye of Napoléon
A multifaceted person, Dominique-Vivant de Non (1747-1825), called Vivant Denon, was one of the key ...
Documents 6: TAISANBOKU - Works by Yoshihiro Suda
Yoshihiro Suda is known for his bold installations of carved, wooden plant life. H...
A Call for Creative Submissions
Tempus, A Journal of Literature and the Arts is the campus literary magazine of Penn State Erie, th...
Clemente
In 1980, at the 39th Venice Biennale, Francesco Clemente emerged before an internatio...
Carlos Muñoz-Yagüe: Yves Saint Laurent Behind the Scenes of Haute Couture
The Fotografisk Center announces an exhibition of color and black & white photographs by Parisian ph...
Cleve Gray, Painter: A Quarter of A Century
Nineteen paintings that trace the artist's fascination with the painted line over the past twenty-fi...
Eighteenth Annual New Guinea Asmat Art Festival to Get Underway
The eighteenth annual Festival of Asmat Art and Culture is scheduled to begin on 11 October, 1999 ...
Paintings of George Post
During the month of October, Mendocino Art Center will present a memorial exhibition for George Po...
Animal Artifice
Animal Artifice features paintings, photographs, sculpture and dioramas of animals in varying poses ...
Visiting American Artist 1st time in UK Laurence Garte
Strangely this is the first time Laurence Gartel has exhibited in the UK, even though he has previou...
Art and Nature: The Hudson River School
An exhibition of one of the largest and most important collections of Hudson River School paintings,...
Rembrandt to Gainsborough: Masterpieces from England's Dulwich Picture Gallery
The sumptuousness and drama of European Baroque and 18th-century pai...
Robert Owen: Between Shadow and Light
An overview of Owen’s sculptural practice from the sixties and seventies, indicat...
New York Photography Fair
New York Photography Fair returns to the Puck Building from October 15-1...
Uses of Photography in Contemporary Art
In collaboration with the citywide event, Atlanta Celebrates Photography,the Museum will present a c...
Harry Callahan: Photographs 1981-1996
Harry Callahan (1912-1999), a former Atlanta resident, has long been recognized as one of the mos...
Blackchair Productions Independent Exposure Program
Seattle video and film artist, Joel S. Bachar founded Blackchair Productions in 1992. Due to the o...
FACE TO FACE: Contemporary Art From Taiwan
Gold Coast City Art Gallery in partnership with the Taipei Fine Arts Museum on Taiwan will open the...
The Allure of the East: Islamic Decorative Arts and European Orientalist Paintings
Rich in history, the lands of the Near East have produced magnificent decorative arts prized by co...
Amazing Bikes: Two Centuries on Two Wheels
Amazing Bikes: Two Centuries on Two Wheels, a colorful and comprehensive ...
PROBE: explorations into Australian computational space
With this exhibition, the artists are probes themselves as they explore deep into their culture. Suc...
IMA to Become A New Kind of Art Museum
The Indianapolis Museum of Art announced ambitious plans to become a new kind of ...
IN YOUR BACK YARD: MODERN AMERICAN ART SANS SENSATION
Tracy Phillips' new paintings are finely detailed works expressing ambiguity of recurring personal ...
Boris Podrecca: Poetics of Difference
The exhibitions Poetics of Difference is a show of works by Boris Podrecca created over the last tw...
MARK WINSLOW POTTER RETROSPECTIVE
The exhibit spans Potters career, offering at look at how he changed and grew as an artist ...
AMERICAN SENTENCES
American Sentences is an exhibition of contemporary art in a variety of mediums. Site specific work...
Laurie Long: Dating Surveillance Project
The Dating Surveillance Project is a collection of videos and video stil...
Summer Workshops 2000
The National Academy of Professional Plein air Painters announces oppertunities for participation i...
Auguste Rodin Sculpture Exhibition
Auguste Rodin is generally recognized as the most important sculptor of the nineteenth century and t...
The Starving Can’t Eat Stone
In this exhibition we present a series of lyrical figurative paintings by Scott MacLeod. The exhibit...
Watteau and His World: French Drawing from 1700 to 1750
Watteau and His World: French Drawing from 1700 to 1750, an internationally touring exhibition ...
40th Anniversary of the Landmark Frank Lloyd Wright Building
In honor of the fortieth anniversary of the opening of the Soloman R. Guggenheim Museum and the cons...
JULIUS MARAK AND HIS PUPILS
The autumn of 1999 sees the hundredth anniversary of the death of one of the most importa...
Art of Stan Winston Studio
The Bayly Art Museum presents the exhibition Creating Characters and Creatures: The Art of Stan Wins...
International TOOT Festival 1999
TOOT is concerned with those edges of art that cross or contradict accepted notions of music, invest...
Museum Endowment Receives $10 Million Pledge from Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
The Seattle Art Museums five-year endowment campaign has received an unprecedented boost with a $10...
Edward Hopper: The Watercolors
The first major exhibition in forty years of the watercolors of Edward Hopper (1882–1967) will ...
New Arts Resource Available on Web Site
he National Endowment for the Arts announces the addition of an important new resource to the Endow...
Woman/Goddess
A seminal exhibtion of photographs Woman/Goddess, curated by art critic Gayatri sinha and featuring...
Frank Gillette: Digital Images, 1994-1999
Since 1991, Manhattan-based artist Frank Gillette has worked in a virtual studio, ...
Marc Leuthold, Ceramics
For the past ten years, the artist Marc Leuthold has focused on creating intricately ...
The Fantasy World of Maurice Sendak
The IMA presents The Fantasy World of Maurice Sendak, an exhibition of works by the award-winn...
Creative Visions Televisions Second Call for Artists
Creative Vision Television is having an open call to visual artists for TV documentary showcase. Pr...
Exhibition 1999
Exhibition 1999 at Keio University, Shonan Fujisawa Campus, Tokyo. Collaboration between the univer...
After the Wall: Art and culture in post-Communist Europe
The project sheds light on the visual art, film, photography and video that have grown up in Easter...
The Jerry Gilbreath Celebrity Art Collection
The Jerry Gilbreath Celebrity Art Collection showcases the work of twenty-four celebrities...
ORCHIDS IN GOLD BY MICKEY NAX
Orchids are without doubt among the crown jewels of the plant kingdom. Prized for their rarity and a...
Independent Exposure of the Millennium
Blackchair Productions will be celebrating the End of the Millennium with a presentation of the fina...
Robert de Montesquiou or the art of showing off
If dandyism was a nineteenth century invention, Robert de Montesquiou was ...
The Comtesse de Castiglione (Florence 1837 - Paris 1899)
Robert de Montesquiou was entranced by this character who was not unlike h...
The Colours of the Sea
The manner in which the nineteenth century invented tourism, in particular...
The Metal Mirror Coin Photography by Stephen Sack
The Metal Mirror Coin Photography by Stephen Sack ...
Maurizio Cattelan
At this years biennial art festival in Venice, Maurizio Cattelan caused a stir with a meditating fa...
Rhythms of the Soul: African Instruments in the Diaspora
The California African American Museum  (CAAM) presents Rhythms of the Soul: Afric...
Gestures: Postwar American and European Abstraction from the Permanent Collection
In conjunction with the first full-scale retrospective of major American painter Lee Krasner (1908–1...
Exhibition Reveals Lee Krasner’s Crucial Contributions to Modern Art
Lee Krasner, the first full-scale retrospective of the major American painter Lee Krasner (1908–1984...
Still Life Painting of the Netherlands 1550-1720
In the 17th century tens of thousands of still lifes were produced — paintings on canvas, sheets of ...
gsm.art
Check out this online art experience, sure to spark your curiosity, make you think and maybe even ma...
THE JEW OF MALTA
Is it man s nature to be predominately evil, blinded by hate and rageNULL Christopher Marlowe say...
www.studio-visit.com, october issue
This months studio-visit is m. river and t. whid. They are two net/public artists that have a grea...
Cindy Sherman: Retrospective
Cindy Sherman’s riveting portrayals of the body and her unique ma...
Encounter: Bruce Nauman and Kcho
This exhibition, the first in a series that pairs works from the MCA Collection with pieces by ...
Spirit Circle
Artist and author Kyra Belan will open her first exhibition of her digital images at The Art Galler...
PU JIE: Got Problem
Pu Jie was born 1959 in Shanghai. He lives and works in Shanghai Narrative, energetic oil paintin...
Barbara Kruger: Retrospective
This exhibition features over seventy works by Barbara Kruger. The once graphic designer takes her g...
November
This months studio-visit is Karen Heagle. She is a masterful painter who incorporates feminism and...
Toulouse Lautrec: The Baldwin M. Baldwin Collection
The only surviving son of the count of Toulouse-Lautrec, his family ...
8th Biennial of Moving Images
Since it was born in 1985 under the name International Video Week, the Biennial of Moving Images has...
Berlin Survey Exhibition
Canadian photographer Andrew Danson will celebrate 20-years in fine art photography in portraiture w...
McCahon - A View From Urewera
The most famous – and arguably single most important – artwork produced in New Zealand this century ...
The Grand Moving PANORAMA of Pilgrim's Progress
Prior to the advent of motion ...
3 EXHIBITIONS......1 LOCATION
In My Father's House / Postcards from Mummy Memory can be fragile, is permeable, prone to corrupt...
Nadar/Warhol: Paris/New York
This exhibition explors the photographic visions of two artists who each ...
Herb Ritts: Work
This first full-scale retrospective exhibition of the work of one of our greatest fashion ...
CI:99/00 Carnegie International
The Carnegie International is the most important and prestigious international survey of contempo...
Kerry John Andrews
Using the computer as a common medium, Andrews digital pieces explore time, space and reverie, and, ...
40th Anniversary of Peanuts in Finland
The exhibition It was a dark and stormy night... will open at the Helsinki City Art Museums gallerie...
Carl Palazzolo: Dopo Firenze
Rebecca Ibel Gallery is pleased to announce Dopo Firenze, an exhibition of new paintings by Carl P...
A Town Meeting
On Friday, learn about the many complex issues surrounding our Mayors attempt to censor the Brookly...
SOFTSERVE
SOFTSERVE, an evening of multi-media art will take place on FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5 at the South African...
SA ARTIST PREPARES FOR INTERNATIONAL GALLERIES
For Kay Hassan, a Soweto-born artist, the wheels that will propel him and his art into internationa...
BUY ART ONLINE - BENEFIT THE COALITION FOR THE HOMELESS
The day-long ARTWALK NY event begins the morning of November 13 with a slide presentation/discussion...
Pharaohs of the Sun: Akhenaten, Nefertiti, Tutankhamen
Pharaohs of the Sun: Akhenaten, Nefertiti, Tutankhamen, organized by ...
INVITATION TO ATTEND A BRIEFING
The Dept. Arts Culture, Science & Technology in South Africa will make a presentation on the curren...
PANORAMIC EXHIBITION OF CALABRONE, Fractal Art pioneer
Curated by Jacob Klintowitz, art critic, a panoramic exhibition of Calabrone's work will start on N...
Moderna Museet Projekt: Douglas Gordon
Douglas Gordon, born in Glasgow in 1966, is one of the most notable artists of his generation. His c...
Iran on the Web
Since the revolution in 1979, Iranian artists have been secluded from the Western world and its cul...
Museum Copyright and Trademark Issues Subject of Benchmark Publication
The Pew Charitable Trusts, the American Association of Museums (AAM) and the J. Paul Getty Trust rel...
WYLAND.COM-THE FIRST EVER VIRTUAL UNDER WATER GALLERY ALLOWS COLLECTORS AND FANS TO PURCHASE WYLAND FINE ART ON THE WEB
Wyland, the world renown, environmental marine life artist, has gone beyond the latest buzz of onlin...
Video Art of Bostonian Denise Marika
A work by Boston-based artist Denise Marika will open at MASS MoCA (Massachusetts Museum of Contempo...
Artificial Sculpture
Artificial Sculpture, an exhibit featuring the cutting-edge work of Michael Rees, will open with an ...
Experiments in Performance
Beyond the Proscenium Productions (BPP) presents Experiments in Performance, on November 19 and 20...
Far Out: Bay Area Design, 1967 - 73
This exhibition will explore the way Bay Area designers tuned in, dropped out and made post...
Eastman Johnson: Painting America
The first major exhibition of Eastman Johnson's work (1839-1905) in 25 years, the show comprises 73...
MODERNISM: A Century of Art & Design
Sanford Smith's 14th annual MODERNISM: A Century of Art & Design wil...
BUCKY - a one-man performance
This New York premier is being featured in conjunction with the ARTSCI'99 Symposium produced by Art...
Stephan Tessely, a Flemish Art Painter - School of Latem
Tessely's landscapes are not to be found anywhere.They exist only in him. They represent nature only...
Frank Gillette: Digital Images, 1994-1999
Since 1991, Manhattan-based artist Frank Gillette has worked in a virtual studio, ...
Folk and Traditional Arts Grants Available
The Pew Fellowships in the Arts (PFA), established by The Pew Charitable Trusts in 1991, awards gran...
Post-Impressionist Prints: Paris in the 1890s
The exuberant world of fin-de-siecle Paris comes to life in this exh...
Deadline: The Rome Prize
At its principal site in Rome, the Academy operates a program of fellowships and ...
Contemporary Art
The Contemporary Art sales at Rockefeller Center will present the finest works from today’s most cel...
The Indestructible, Unfathomable and Timeless World of Latin American Art
The New York sale will feature a spectacular group of works of art by some of Latin America’s most i...
Renaissance 2000 Project
Aardvark Studios (founded 1992) and the Garland Artist Group (founded 1994) invites Artists world-...
New Chairman of the Australia Foundation for Culture and the Humanities
Mr Ronald Walker AO CBE has been appointed as the new Chairman of the Australia Foundation for Cultu...
Call for Entries: International Art Exhibition in Canada
This is a High-End International Art Exhibition, we are accepting the first 40 artists, that meet ...
Michael Hirschfeld Gallery Honours Staunch Friend of the Arts
A new gallery space dedicated to the late Michael Hirschfeld will support a cause close to the heart...
The 18th Gold Coast International Ceramic Art Award
Gold Coast City Art Gallery is delighted to host the 18th Gold Coast International Ceramic Art Awar...
Unprecedented Gathering of Six Major Paintings by Velázquez
Marking the four-hundredth anniversary of the birth of Diego Rodríguez de Silva y Velázquez ...
Gold of the Nomads: Scythian Treasures from Ancient Ukraine
Gold of the Nomads showcases a broad range of objects that have been excavated in the last two decad...
Custom Built: A 20-Year Survey of the Work of Allan Wexler
Artist, architect, inventor. Allan Wexler is ...
Above and Below: The Hypar Room An Interactive Exhibit for Children
With its curved and sloping floors and...
Susan Rothenberg: Paintings from the Nineties
Susan Rothenberg (born in 1945) first gained critical attention in ...
d.a.r.e. (daring artists reveal everything)
In d.a.r.e, the participating artists address what is often referred to as challenging subject matte...
REFLECTIONS ON THE ARTIST: SELF-PORTRAITS AND PORTRAITS
A fascinating exhibition of close to 200 prints, drawings, and photographs that explores how artis...
Balti Light
This major exhibition, organized by the National Gallery of Canada, the H...
Fall Antiques Show
When it debuted in 1979, the Fall Antiques Show was the country’s first “...
The Centraal Museum Opens!
The extensive renovation and expansion by Belgian architects Stéphane Beel and ...
A Decade of Hard Ground Printmaking
Artists starving in garrets is a perception which many people still hold today. However, some enter...
Artist offers year 2000 work for $40,000 salary
Here's one way of guaranteeing you won't have to worry about the rent in 2000. Phil Volk, the artist...
Stronger arts/business links
More than 50 Queensland business leaders will tonight explore opportunities to build long-lasting pa...
Grand Opening: New Street Level Galleries!
The Center for Photography at Woodstock is celebrating the opening of their new street level galleri...
REALISMUSSTUDIO
Ute Hörner/Mathias Antlfinger, Two Lives: A New Start is a multi-media installation exploring comm...
FACULTY EXHIBITION
Both full-time and adjunct faculty will exhibit works in a variety of media including sculpture and...
Architecture in Mind: Photography by Donald Greenhaus & Peter Hendrick
Gallery Bershad will exhibit the photographs of Donald Greenhaus and Peter Hendrick from November 13...
Modern Starts: Things
Common and Uncommon Things ...
MANUSCRIPT EXHIBITION
MANUSCRIPT EXHIBITION, conceptualised and co-ordinated (virtually exclusively via e-mail & the inte...
Cildo Meireles
This first New York retrospective of the work of Brazilian artist Cildo Meireles will ...
Lezley Saar
Lezley Saars mixed media works comprise the accumulation of layers of found objects, ...
dumb type
Based in Kyoto Japan, dumb type is a multifaceted ensemble whose members include artists ori...
The Eye of the Collector: Works from the Lipman Collection of American Art
Howard and Jean Lipman lived with their collection which embraced both classics ...
MASTERWORKS HONORS PAUL MELLON'S LEGACY OF GIFTS TO THE NATION; INCLUDES 14 RARE DEGAS WAXES
French, British, and American paintings, sculpture, drawings, watercolors, and prints ...
Romance of Real Lace
This exhibition consists of approximately 30 pieces drawn from the IMAs extensive lace collection, w...
Jean-Pierre Perreault
In this exhibition we present a series of lyrical paintings by choreographer and dancer ...
From Renoir to Picasso Masterpieces from the Musée de l'Orangerie
For many visitors to the Kimbell Art Museum, From Renoir to Picasso: Masterpieces from the Musée de...
Truman Lowe: Remembrance, a Site-Specific Installation
The Madison Art Center presents a site-specific installation by Truman Lowe June 3 through August 1...
Museums Glass Innovation Center Wins a DESIGN OF THE DECADE Award
The Glass Innovation Center of The Corning Museum of Glass won a Bronze Award in the prestigious De...
Photographs of Scotland
Almost 1,400 years ago, on the 20th of May of the year 685, a naked man, his muscular body and fac...
the Pointed Arch: Idealizing the Gothic Age
Explore the fanscination with the romance and ideals of the medieval past that developed in Northern...
Call for Entries: OVERSEAS WILDLIFE ART EXHIBITION
Calling all interested South African Artists to submit photo's, sizes and pricing for our first ove...
Changes of View and Close-Up - Women Artists in Austria
The emphasis of the exhibition lies with paintings from the 19th and first half of the 20th century...
Roberto Carlos Umpierrez
The Soho Gallery presents works by Roberto Carlos Umpierrez. Born at Montevideo, Uruguay in 1950, ...
THE CHRISTMAS SCHOONER
A double helping of Good Cheer is being prepared this season at the Bailiwick Arts Center, 1229 We...
0044 Contemporary Irish Artists in Britain
The title 0044 the telephone dial code between Ireland and Britain hints at the theme of the ...
Australia Foundation appointment
The Australia Foundation for Culture and the Humanities has further strengthened its leadership team...
CERAMIC EXHIBITION
Western Cape Potters are heralding the end of the millennium with a 'Joyful and Triumphant' exhib...
70 SOUTH AFRICAN ARTISTS
The JHB Civic Gallery, in conjunction with the MTN Art Institute and Ericsson, is delighted to be h...
Call for Entries: SEPTEMBER SONG
Photography, image manipulation, movies and music come together in true ...
The Architect's Studio: Henning Larsen
The Louisiana Museum, in collaboration with the foundation Margot og Thorvald Drey...
Change of Scene XVII: Katalin Káldi
The paintings of Kataliin Káldi (*1971) caught our eyes during a trip to Budapest. On ...
Artery
A collaborative exhibition with the Goodman Gallery, Johannesburg, featuring the work of Willie Bes...
MAIL ARTIST'S DAY
Last October 27th, after a meeting with the Philately Department of the Argentine Mail Office, the ...
RELAX!
RELAX! is a mixed-media installation exploring the conflicting elements of comfort and ...
Call for 2000 fnb vita art prize nominations
The 2000 FNB Vita Art Prize public nomination year is drawing to a close. This exciting, often cont...
N. M. BREWKA WINS 1999 CWA WRITING COMPETITION
N. M. Brewka of Beverly, Massachusetts is the winner of the 5th Annual International CWA Writing Co...
GRAND OPENING OF THE ARTERY
Come and join us as we celebrate our Grand Opening! The Artery, in cooperation with the Diversion p...
Amazons of the Avant Garde: Six Russian Artists
The beginning of the 20th century was a unique period in the history of art when artists had a cruci...
Graphic Design: John Melin
John Melin, together with his partner, Anders Osterlin, was one o...
1999 FNB VITA REGIONAL CRAFTS EXHIBITION
This prestigious exhibition, showcasing the best craftsmanship from the region, encourages the crea...
William Kentridge Receives the 1999 Carnegie Prize
The 1999 Carnegie Prize was awarded to Willliam Kentridge for his film Stereoscope, 1999. The prize ...
FUTURE TIME
FUTURE TIME integrates the voice and work of visionary art professionals together with unique seers...
Patient Planet So Many Worlds
In its endeavour to summarise more than a half-century of human experience within the confin...
Museum Pieces: Bay Area Artists Consider the de Young
Eighteen Bay Area artists and collaborative teams will look...
Beat Streuli
Swiss photographer Beat Streuli documents the image of people in urban spaces. He captures peop...
Legacy of the 20th Century
'Legacy of the 20th Century' is a short exhibition, three days only, that juxtaposes the £millions...
Stitches and Clay
Titled Stitches and Clay, the stitches part of the exhibition will pay tribute to the 400 rural wom...
Larry Towell: Palestine, El Salvador and Home
Larry Towell is a full member of the highly exclusive photographic agency Magnum, which was started...
INTERNATIONAL BIENNIAL EXHIBITION OF CONTEMPORARY ART
The 1999 Biennial Exhibition will be a broadened and extended exhibition of works ...
Arts Export Accolade
The Austrade outstanding export achievement in fine arts, performing arts, electronic and online ...
Call for Participants: First National Exhibition celebrating the Day of Painter Artists-1999
Artist Lovers in Puerto Rico will begin the new millenium with The First National Exhibition celebr...
The Experiment of Exercise and Freedom
This major exhibition explores the work of five Latin America...
Klee, Tanguy, Miró. Three approaches to landscape
The Joan Miró Foundation, with the sponsorship of the Banco Bilbao Vizcaya, will be presenting Klee,...
jeff wyckoff
our aim is to offer an in-depth look at an individual artist or troupe. each month we will offer a...
Transmission: Robert Cherry Burns Rubber
Speed, fast cars and music to go deaf by…..teenage male fixations are plumbed in Transmission, a new...
The Printed World of Bruegel the Elder
Primarily recognized as a painter, Pieter Bruegel the Elder (ca. 1527/28 - 1569) was also an influ...
The Split Personality Madman
Promoting exchanges and demonstrating the cultural and artistic diversity of Europe are key objectiv...
MATRIX: Teresita Fernandez
The architectural installations of Teresita Fernandez often are intended to confuse the senses, and ...
The Art of Nellie Mae Rowe: Ninety-Nine-and-a-Half Won't Do
Nellie Mae Rowe (1900-1982) was a self-taught African American artist from Georgia whose creativi...
ANNIE LEIBOVITZ: WOMEN ON VIEW
Women, a special exhibition of photographs by Annie Leibovitz, features ...
Etchings and Drypoints of James McNeill Whistler
Although he is most famous for his portrait of his mother, artist James ...
Charity Art Auction
Artists and photographers from the United States, Europe and Mexico will provide art and photograp...
CHILDREN OF BERLIN: CULTURAL DEVELOPMENTS 1989-1999
P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center prese...
COLLECTORS PURCHASE ENTIRE EXHIBIT
Art collectors Warren and Nancy Brakensiek of Los Angeles, California, have recently purchased the ...
Linda Gall: Photograph to Fetish
Linda Gall: Photograph to Fetish, an exhibition featuring new paintings. Gall works with images o...
JEAN DALLAIRE'S FASCINATING WORLD
The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts will be showing an extensive retrospective of arti...
ANNOUNCING NEW GRANTS
In November, the National Council approved 259 grants totaling $17.2 million in the first round of ...
Light
Cutting edge designers select their favourite PhotoDisc image on the theme of 'Light' PhotoDisc In...
Art Protest
The art-protest will take place at 5:30pm  at the Gardner Auction House, which is located on York St...
ArtsACCESS: Online Conference
The National Arts and Disability Center invites performers, arts administrators and educators to Ar...
Villa Art Ann Foot
The rehearsal space of Beyond the Proscenium Productions, 2022 Del Paso Blvd. (upstairs) in the Up...
Circles About the Body
From a Western cultural perspective, personal adornment is a powerful strategy in projecting identit...
Howard Ben Tré: Interior/Exterior
Focusing on work made between 1984 and 1996, Interior/Exterior examines the...
KEITH HARING
The late Keith Haring never failed to engage the public with his often political, sometimes ...
Artist-in-Research: John Latham
The distinguished artist John Latham begins a three-month ...
Call for Submissions: 2000 Changchun China International Sculpture Symposium
The 2000 (4th) Changchun China International Sculpture Symposium will be held in Changchun, a city ...
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Raphael and Titian: The Renaissance Portrait
Two of the greatest and most celebrated portraits of the Italian renais...
Electronic music artist, Cirrus, teams up with Sony Pictures and ACIDplanet.com for remix contest.
Following the overwhelming response to their last remix contest, electronic music artist Cirrus has ...
Birthday Tribute to Jacob Kainen: Selections ffrom the Washington Color School
On December 7, Jacob Kainen celebrated his 90th birthday and more than six decades of accomplishment...
Major Performing Arts Inquiry final report released
'The Federal Government today released the final Nugent report into the major performing arts sector...
JOE FURLONGER: Survey
Gold Coast City Art Gallery is proud to present Joe Furlonger: Survey an exhibition of work by natio...
The Centenary Exhibition: Highlights of French and British Art from the Queensland Art Gallery Collection
The Manager and staff of Gold Coast City Art Gallery are delighted to host an important exhibition o...
Ernesto Neto: Nhó Nhó Nave
Ernesto Neto, a Brazilian artist in his 30s, will be featured in his first one-person exhibition in ...
New Exhibition of Auguste Rodin
On Tuesday 14th December at 6.00 p.m. Palazzo Isolani will open its gates to the new Exhibition of A...
Chamber Pieces: (Solos, Duets, Trios)
JENNIFER CHIN - In the solo WANTING Chin examines the ambivalent relationship between mother and dau...
Peter Gee's ApoGee Gallery returns to NYC
For a brief period, British Pop artist Peter Gees historical ApoGee Gallery has been reincarnated ...
future species2, a mesmerizing web of articulate beauty
Spinning a complex web of dance, juggling, climbing, copoeira, aerial arts, music and technology, fu...
renew the linoleum
Millennium: An arbitrary chunk of time. An artificial construct. We stand poised, at the threshold,...
GraceOnline
Grace Cathedral's online spirituality magazine is featuring a piece called, 'Channeling the Muse....
Kensington Koan
Liliane Lijn is internationally recognised for her work as a kinetic light artist and has designe...
Structure and Surface: Contemporary
Structure and Surface: Contemporary Japanese Textiles is an exhibition of subtle and spectacular b...
malcolm cochran: [re]collection
As we approach the new millennium, many artists are adapting an introspective, refl...
Adam Fuss - Less of a test than earth
Adam Fuss, born in London in 1961, now lives and works in New York. In this age of computer genera...
Angel Orensanz awarded the Lorenzo il Magnifico Prize
An international jury of scholars and critics of contemporary art has awarded the Lorenzo il Magnifi...
Jacob Lawrence's Toussaint
In 1941, at the age of 24, Jacob Lawrence became the first African-American artist to have a w...
Art of Twentieth-Century Zen: Paintings
This is the first exhibition in the United States to feature painted and calligraphic works b...
The Unbuilt Vienna 1800 - 2000 - Projects for the Metropolitan City
Just like in any large town also in Vienna, Austria only a small portion of all the developed ideas ...
Heaven: An Exhibition that will Break your Heart
A timely exhibition for the beginning of a new Millennium, Heaven brings...
2000 and Counting
What counts for us at the end of the twentieth centuryNULL Who's counting as we reach the end of t...
THE ANGEL OF GROZNY
Sculptor Angel Orensanz is carrying, today Christmas Day, a protest event against the imminent Russ...
Mobile Museum of the Weird and Strange
Guaranteed to brighten your post-holiday Monday! The worlds smallest museum with the largest collec...
Frank Lisser
Ten years ago, 31-12-1990, Frank Lisser made the first observation of the last twilight of the that ...
Jean-Luc Mylayne
Since 1976, French artist Jean-Luc Mylayne has led a nomadic life, travelling for weeks and months...
Size Immaterial: handheld sculpture of the 1990's
Turning the spotlight on just one kind of art to be found at the Museum, siz...
THE BODY BEAUTIFUL: Artists Draw The Nude (1440-1850)
Chronicles the evolution of how European artists represented the human body over the course of 400 y...
Readme.txt Browsing online art: An exploration of various directions in networked art projects
Increasingly, computer language is permeating the traditional linguistic structures, and the way...
Bronzed hands immortalize mountaineering legend
How much are your hands worth. John Elway’s bronze hand casts — two pair, with football — sold for...
Call for Entries: 1st Bienalle of Arts in Cyprus
Next November 2000, Cyprus is expecting to become the center of the arts world. The first Bienalle...
Currents 80: Gary Simmons
Currents 80: Gary Simmons presents new photographic work from the artist’s Classroom Lectur...
View from Above: The Photographs of Bradford Washburn
Mountaineer, explorer, ...
ART-WORLDS IN DIALOGUE
In this comprehensive exhibition on the art of the 20th Century, works will be presented whi...
Cypriot Art from the Collection of Classical Antiquities
Throughout the centuries both the history and culture of Cyprus have been formed by...
Theo Garve - Paintings and Coloured Pictures
An article on Theo Garve's work in a catalogue produced by the Fach Gallery in Frankfurt in 199...
Renoir to Rothko: The Eye of Duncan Phillips
Duncan Phillips and his collection. A museum-wide installation of some ...
Secessional Architecture in Rijeka 1900-1925
This exhibition is the second part of a large research project and a re-evaluation of the architectu...
Kathy Prendergast : The End and the Beginning
Kathy Prendergast, born in Dublin in 1958, now lives and works in London. She has studied at the ...
Our Times: a Virginia Century
The results of a readers' poll about the most important Virginia events during the past 100 years, a...
It`s Always Morning - Somewhere
It`s Always Morning - Somewhere is a work composed of many elements, which speculates on the mean...
The Eleventh Hour
The Museum of Foreign Art, Sinebrychoff, will celebrate the new millennium with the exhibition The...
International Artexpo Florida
The inaugural International Artexpo Florida at Coconut Grove will be held January 6-10, 2000...
Jean Dubuffet Lithographs
Influenced by the devastation of World War II, French artist Jean Dubuffet (1901-1985) rejected ...
Louise Nevelson's Facade: An Homage to Edith Sitwell
Louise Nevelson (1900-1988) has been well-known since the mid-1950s for her ...
Winners of the International Art Contest 1999
The International Art Contest for 1999 has closed and the votes have been tallied. The Internationa...
On Taste
Tastes change. And so does the role taste plays in cultural exchanges. Today, mor...
Americanos: Latino Life in the United States
Americanos: Latino Life in the United States presents a self-portrait of the ...
National Register of Contemporary Visual Artists
Axis is an arts charity in the UK that hosts the national register of contemporary visual artists li...
Projects 69: Julia Jacquette
Since 1990, New York-based artist Julia Jacquette (b.1964) has been creating paintings about ...
The Dean St. Field of Operation
This months studio-visit is the Dean St. Field of Operation. They are a unique performance troupe ...
LEWIS CARROLL: a retrospective (1856-1879)
The Photographic Center bids the new millenium welcome with an impressive exhibition of Lewis Carrol...
Russian Art Databank
From Russia With Art contains information in English about over 1000 contemporary visual artists w...
International Art Agent now accepting submissions!
International Art Agent Barb Niles is now accepting portfolio submissions from Artists seeking to ex...
NEW ON-LINE MAGAZINE CELEBRATES POETRY IN THE NATIONS CAPITOL
Beltway, a quarterly on-line journal of poetry by authors who live or work in the greater Washingto...
2000 - A Glance Towards the Next Millennium
The works illustrate the prominent creative forms of twentieth century art wo...
NUDNIK 2000
13 artists from Israel and Germany will show their latest works in a group-exhibition at KX. Kampna...
Fostering the Collaboration of Art & Science
Pannucci will take you on a fast-paced tour highlighting ASCI's work including exhibitions, panels ...
Mondrian Painting Acquired from the Original Owners
James Cuno, the Elizabeth and John Moors Cabot Director of the Harvard University Art Museums, annou...
DISAPPEARING BOUNDARIES
The New York Society of Women Artists is welcoming the new millenium with an exhibition entitled Dis...
MOVED PICTURES OF LAWRENCE WEINER
The Kunstlerhaus Cinema in Vienna, Austria, is pleased to present the film series MOVED ...
CALL FOR PAPERS AND ILLUSTRATIONS
De/light me! is the working title for a reader which will be edited by the Curating theory group (...
CALL FOR ENTRIES: Millennium Awards Exhibition
The FNB Vita Craft Now Millennium Awards Exhibition opens at The African Window Gallery in Pretoria...
A Consilience - an art installaion by Jan Fabre
Belgian artist Jan Fabre has created a video installation featuring Museum ...
Robert Gwathmey: a Retrospective
Nearly 60 works by Richmond, Virginia, artist Robert Gwathmey (1903-1988) will go on exhibit at the ...
Vernon Fisher's File OO
Vernon Fisher (born 1943), one of Texas's most acclaimed artists, fi...
Vagina Monologues & Theatre Archives
THEATER TALK, Thursday, January 13 at midnight, welcomes Eve Ensler, the author and star of THE VA...
Infinity Project
Planets have been tossed into volcanoes in Hawaii and New Zealand. Josh has put ...
Miami Modernism
Make your plans today to celebrate the first Modernism show of the Millennium! The 7th annual MIAMI ...
SUPERMODEL
On January 15, 2000, an exhibition of international contemporary photography will open at MASS MoCA...
JOB ANNOUNCEMENT
The King County Public Art Program is seeking a full-time collection coordinator to provide curatori...
Pregnant Women Series
Poignant and personal, this series of pinhole photographs began with a phone call from a stranger...
International Contemporary Art Fair
The nineteenth edition of the International Contemporary Art Fair, ARCO, will take place in ...
First Descent
First Descent is a group exhibition of work in all media by local and international snowboarders. W...
Oni Exhibitions
The exhibition will feature work by Scott Alberg, Bradley Rubenstein, Andrea Champlin, Meg Rotzel,...
Interventions: New Art in Unconventional Spaces
Since Interventions, sponsored by Marshall Field's Project Imagine, is also the first exhibition in ...
9th LOS ANGELES PHOTOGRAPHIC PRINT EXPOSITION
The largest, and longest running photographic art fair in the West, will present sixty galleries and...
Patrick Huse: RIFT
The word rift, in the sense of geological fissure or fracture, is an old Norwegian, as well as an...
Complicity in Association with Sydney Festival
Spanning four decades and four continents, 'Complicity' challenges the co...
Internation Art Contest: The Millineum Art Collection
Precisely 2000 artists from all over the world will be participating in the Millennium Art Collectio...
Iliya Chichkan
As part of the cultural exchanges with the Ukraine and following the exhibition of contemporary Ukra...
Picasso: Homage to the bullfighter
I paint as others write their biographies. My canvases, be they finished or not, are the pages of m...
JANUARY 2000 - PRINTMAKERS ONLY
Last year Georgetown's Fraser Gallery began planning their first art show of the year 2000, and de...
Stephen Hendee: SuperThrive
Using foam board, electrical tape and fluorescent lights, New York artist Stephen Hendee will create...
New! With Anti-Oxidants
The Museum of Contemporary Art announces the opening of New! With Anti-Oxidants at the Hazmat Galler...
Words of Art
An exhibition of poetry by Douglas Wilson as interpreted by 9 Cape Town artists. Participating ar...
Call for Submissions - Attention Visual Artists
the Living Artist Gallery (virtual web space) is seeking submissions for its February 2000 exhibit...
In Praise of Nature: Ansel Adams and Photographers of the American West
The American West has been a ...
RODIN: Sculpture from the Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Collection
The Dayton Art Institute is honored to host a selection of 71 sculptures by the great French sculpto...
Submissions Sought From New York-Area Artists: SECOND ANNUAL REEL NEW YORK WEB, A SHOWCASE FOR WEB ARTISTS
REEL NEW YORK, Thirteen/WNETs annual series of local independent film and video, and wNetStation (w...
Hudson River Paintings from the Hersen Collection
Inspired by artist Thomas Cole, the painters of the Hudson River school were a loosely formed grou...
New Online Art Marketplace Offers Cash Grants to Emerging Visual Artists
iTheo.com, the first online marketplace dedicated to the needs of emerging visual artists, today a...
Funding for Visual Online Experiments
Visual Arts League creates venues for artists to show and provides funding to develope ideas. VALWE...
GRAPHIC DESIGN EXHIBIT
Some of the finest work produced last year by graphic design professionals and students throughout ...
Donald Sultan: In the Still Life Tradition
The work of Donald Sultan is voluminous and varied. Since 1975, when he arrived in New York, Sulta...
Desert Plein Air
Contemporary Plein Air Masters from the US and beyond are invited to capture the beauty of Palm Spri...
SOUTHWORKS 2000 Call for Artists!
Eligible entries include all media. All artwork must be original and produced within the last th...
Call for Artists & Crafters for Juried Artist Market
The Oconee Cultural Arts Foundation, is seeking visual artists and crafters for its open-air Jur...
Call for Submissions! An International Competition Celebrating Artistic Achievement
AIM FOR ARTS is an International Competition Celebrating Artistic Achievement offering $50,000 Cdn. ...
HAPPINESS, PRIMITIVES: A Travelogue of the Journey Back from Eden, Photographic Exhibition by Jennifer Gardner
Jennifer Gardner's poetic photographs mix genres and emotions to depict dual subjects - half-human, ...
Welcome Home Milton!
Following a national tour, twenty-eight paintings from the Neuberger Museum of Art's ...
InfoArcadia: Manifestation about information design
A well-designed graph tells us more about a specific phenomenon or situation, than any text can. The...
Chinese New Year Exhibition
A group exhibition reviewing 1999 solo exhibitions.  Featuring the works of He Sen, Qing Qing, Su Xi...
BALTIC ART EXHIBITION STAGES WORLD PREMIERE IN THE UNITED STATES
Sixty-seven works of art representing forty-three contemporary painters and sculptors from Estonia,...
Call for Submissions
The Werkleitz Biennale, 1996 Cluster Images, 1998 sub fiction is a border crossing, international f...
EILEEN COWIN
Working mainly with photography and video installations, Eileen Cowin's art focuses on the...
Small World: Dioramas in Contemporary Art
Small World presents works by a group of artists ...
Mexico Art Workshops
Travellers these days are searching for that elusive ‘something more’ than the typical tourist scen...
Call for Submissions
DigitalArtMuseum.com is accepting subbmissions from Digital Artists. Digitalartmuseum.com offers op...
The Fifth Annual Pushpin Open Invitational Exhibition
FotoCircle gallery, after five years in the Shoe Building on South Jackson, is moving to the former...
Designs Drawings & Processes: John K Clark, Glasspainter
The Collin's Millennium programme opens with a unique exhibition which significantly, includes the...
Stimuli
Contemporary art alters our perception by disrupting reality. Fields of color, ...
Call for submissions: Benefit Art Exhibition
Benefit Art Exhibition: Submit artwork for sale to the 2dd, 3ddd, Triple aaa Bra Show at Stonemet...
BETTERLAND
ARTGroup presents The Crossover Company production of Betterland a new play by David Lohrey. It op...
Camille Pissarro and his Descendants
There have been many exhibitions of Camille Pissarro s work over the last few decades, but Impress...
National Debate Over Art Censorship Now Goes Online
Even if you missed The Brooklyn Museum of Art's exhibition, SENSATION, it's not too late to see wh...
High Minded: Conceptual Art in Moving-Image Media
Beginning in the late 1960's, a number of artists began to experiment with the moving image as a mea...
Inner Eye: Contemporary Art from the Marc and Livia Straus Collection
An exhibition devoted to new visual experiences, Inner Eye: Contemporary Art from the Marc ...
Hidden Truths: Bloody Sunday 1972
Hidden Truths: Bloody Sunday 1972, is an installation that probes one of the great tragedies of rece...
VIVA LA VIDA - Frida KAHLO, Diego RIVERA and MEXICAN MODERNISM
Securing these intimate photographs means visitors to VIVA LA VIDA - Frida KAHLO, Diego RIVERA and M...
Images of Africa: Community and Responsibility
Images of Africa: Community and Responsibility is a collection of African wood carving, metal scul...
CALL FOR LINKS
artFUTURE is the hub site for futuristic art and design, art created with emerging technologies, sc...
Museum Film Wins Best of Show and Gold Awards
Dreams Into Glass, The Corning Museum of Glass film, won a Best of Show Grand Award and a Gold Worl...
David Henry Brown, Jr.
This months studio-visit is David Henry Brown, Jr. he is a many talented artist who tackles both t...
Discovery Thematic Residency
Discovery Thematic Residency: Curiosity and purpose are two signposts for discovery and abstract p...
Call for Submissions from Digital Artists
DigitalArtMuseum.com is accepting subbmissions from Digital Artists. Digitalartmuseum.com offers op...
Gauguin to Toulouse-Lautrec: French Prints of the 1890s
This exhibition, that includes 75 works by such artists as Bonnard, ...
Wild Women Theatre Workshop
Beyond the Proscenium Productions presents Wild Women Theatre Workshop: An eight-week acting works...
Did you know that the year 2001 is Picasso's 120th Birthday
Did you know that the year 2001 is Picassos 120th Birthday. Celebrate with Picasso People: A wonderf...
David Byrne
Advertising imagery can be quite potent. Artist ...
STRANGE LOVE
Fellow Travelers Performance Group, surrealists of movement based story telling, premier three new d...
No Ordinary Land: Encounters in a Changing Environment Photographs by Virginia Beahan and Laura McPhee
In 1987, Laura McPhee and Virginia Beahan began photographing together, a rare collaborative process...
Disrobe/Redress: Installation by Stephen Sheffield and Gina Cestaro
This installation consists of a series of five robes and four mixed media photomontages. Four robes,...
From Here to Ear: Celeste Boursier-Mougenot
Pools of water, singing birds and chiming d...
Views of the Garden: Jacci Den Hartog
With a new twist on Chinese landscape ...
Jon Cattapan: The City Submerged
Gold Coast City Art Gallery is delighted to host Jon Cattapan: The City Submerged an exhibition of p...
NO ORDINARY LAND: ENCOUNTERS IN A CHANGING ENVIRONMENT
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania...Carnegie Museum of Natural History will present No Ordinary Land: Encount...
Artists' Books
This exhibition, part of the Working in Brooklyn series, will present books made in the 1990s by mor...
Expanded Visions: Ceramic Art in the 1970s-80s
Twelve artists are represented in this exhibition, each selected for their innovative work in cerami...
Business as Usual
Business as Usual is an exhibition that deals with domestic violence, sexual perversions, the abuse ...
Change of Scene XVII
With Change of Scene XVII a short era draws to a close for the MMK. On the o...
New Works by Two: Jane Ferriss and Ted Saupe
Two Athens area artists, with very dissimilar and unusual styles, are exhibiting their new works...
Sodium Blindness
Sodium Blindness is a group exhibition of six female artists working with video and photography who...
Winter/Spring 2000
With the Winter/Spring 2000 exhibition Dideh the full-service Iranian-art gallery on the Internet e...
Against Design
This thematic exhibition brings together an international group of te...
The Worlds of Nam Jume Paik
No artist has had a greater influence in imagining and realizing the artistic po...
Citibank Private Bank Photography Prize 2000
The work of the artists shortlisted for The Citibank Private Bank Photography Prize 2000 show ph...
Andy Warhol: A Retrospective
The Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, In partnership with the Andy W...
Presence of Our Absence
The Presence of Our Absence is the first solo exhibition by acclaimed First Nations artist Richard ...
Call for Artists
The ANDREWS GALLERY is reviewing artists' slides for inclusion in the exhibition schedule during th...
NEW ENVIRONMENTAL COLOR -- TORRIT GREY 2000
If you took all the pigments in the color spectrum and mixed them together, what color would they ...
Exhibiting Works by Portuguese Speaking Photographers
You are invited for a tour of the site FOTO@PT - Exhibiting Works by Portuguese Speaking Photographe...
Alien Intelligence
There is no doubt about the significance of the computer as a present day meta-technology, and as an...
The Golden Age of Archaeology: Celebrated Discoveries from the People's Republic of China
More than 200 wondrous objects tell the story of ancient China in The ...
Call for Submissions: Young New Media Artist F O C U S . 0 1
Hoydigiteer.org is seeking submissions for FOCUS.01 from young new media artists in the Philippines/...
CHRISTINE MERRILL: PALM BEACH PETS
Most recently featured in the book, Living With Dogs, pet portraitist Christine Merrill will ...
BODY MACHINE – Augmented Reality Project
Kjell Yngve Petersen and Karin Søndergaard have created 5 new computer installations / interrelation...
A Home for Sculpture
The primary aim of this site is to foster the growth and health of all aspects of sculpture. This...
Gerardo Suter: Labyrinth of Memory
Gerardo Suter: Labyrinth of Memory, a mid-career survey, presents the work of Gerardo Suter, one ...
Trimpin: Conloninpurple
German-born artist Trimpin will visit Missoula and install a unique sound installation in the First ...
Homage to Thabang Noto Matseke (1930 - 1997): An Artist who Worked in Silence
Thabang Noto Matseke was born in 1930 in Marabastad, Pretoria, where he was raised until about 1950 ...
Pan African Film & Arts Festival
The 8th Pan African Film & Art Festival (PAFF) will light the way for the new mil...
Call for Participants -- KASSANDRA 2000: A Europe of Dreams
In June of this year the KASSANDRA 2000 happening will be arranged in Finland, in three cities: He...
CALL FOR PROPOSALS
The Banff Centre for the Arts has been a hallmark environment for creative artistic practice for ma...
Call For Entries: International Competition for Cyber Arts
With the Prix Ars Electronica, the worlds highest prized competition for computer and multimedia art...
Submissions Now Accepted: 2000 International Art Contest.
ART DEPT is hosting his 3rd international FREE on-line competition. People vote for their favorite...
Gary Simmons: Wake
On February 16, 2000, Gary Simmons will launch a project for the world wide web, entitled Wake, the...
A Sense of Urgency–paintings and pastels by Sidney Goodman
Paintings and drawings by internationally recognized artist Sidney Goodman in ...
2300º Degrees: New Museum Event to Cure Winter Doldrums
A new monthly event called 2300º will be launched Thursday, February 17, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at ...
Brassaï/Picasso: Conversations with Light
Fitting into the cycle of exhibitions put on by the Musée Picasso since 1994 to investigate th...
Contemporary Art From Cuba: Irony and Survival on the Utopian Island
The work in this exhibition is by eighteen Cuban artists who grew up in the Cuban Revolution that ...
Bettina RHEIMS & Serge BRAMLY: I.N.R.I
This work by Bettina Rheims and Serge Bramly is made up of 85 large-format photographs which togethe...
GRANTS FOR WOMEN & NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS
Since 1983, Shakurra Amatulla, as The Grant Lady, has been demonstrating to women and nonprofit org...
Jessica Bronson: superfluentcircumfield
Los Angeles-based artist Jessica Bronson calls her works dynamic distractions, and is interested ...
SOL LE WITT: A Retrospective
Clarity, beauty, playfulness. Simplicity, logic, openness. The words that come to min...
The Art of Nature Photography Symposium
Three Western Pennsylvania nature photographers, who enjoy n...
Suggestive Curves
Boat-building is a time-honored craft, one that takes long ...
Treasures from the Royal Tombs of Ur
Extravagant jewelry of gold, lapis lazuli, and carnelian, cups of gold and silver, bowls of alabaste...
Rupert Howard - New Work
British born artist Rupert Howard is presenting new works created in late 1999 at the 12th Street B...
Deep Ellum Arts Festival
Art Landing Gallery and Studios and The Artists Collaborative are pleased to be working together wi...
ANTIQUE ORIENTAL RUG EXHIBIT
A private collection of 24 antique Oriental rugs will be displayed from Saturday, Feb. 19, through...
Emergence
Emergence tracks developments in the practice, presentation and interpretation of visual arts in So...
Valery Grancher: Solo Show
In this context specific pieces will be produced using concept as media in situ. As everybody knows ...
EXHIBIT 2000
The New River Fine Artists Association, Inc. is holding its second major exhibition at 1175 N.E. 2...
Love Hurts
The Brickyard,Vancouver's foremost LowBrow Gallery presents it's February Art Exhibit Love Hurts.A ...
Fabienne Lasserre: The Cave
Young artist from Montreal, Fabienne Lasserre’s work represents the diversity of her artistic inte...
Picturing Guatemala: Images From the CIRMA Photography Archive, 1870-1997
The Americas Society is pleased to announce the exhibition Picturing Guatemala: Images from the CIRM...
Special Exhibition: Honoré Daumier
Honoré Daumier is the first retrospective exhibition ever dedicated to this artist in the United Sta...
Robert Therrien
At the age of 52, Robert Therrien is one of the most highly respected artists working in Southern ...
HibelFest 2000 - Fabulous*Fun*Fantasy
Edna Hibel will host HibelFest 2000 - Fabulous*Fun*Fantasy, the largest exhibition by a living a...
CALL TO ARTISTS
INTUITIVE ART: THE ARTIST AS SHAMAN Sponsored by The Lieberman Foundation and Gallery and ARTarg...
Crown Jewels
British-indian und british-pakistanian art from London with works by Sutapa Biswas, Chila Kumari Bur...
Flowers of Silk and Gold: Four Centuries of Ottoman Embroidery
Flowers of Silk and Gold: Four Centuries of Ottoman Embroidery, opening on February 18, 2000 at The ...
Carsten Nicolai: Prototype 1
Friday, February 25 at 8 PM eastern standard time. In conjunction with the thing and e-flux, the Gug...
David Kibuuka: EAST AFRICA'S MODERN ART MOVEMENT
Featured at San Francisco's newly opened Fine Arts center for East Africa, THE ART ROOM, this inaugu...
NAPA ESTABLISHES A FRENCH DIVISION
NAPA, the international association for all who use (or enjoy) acrylic paints creatively is establi...
12hr-ISBN-JPEG Project
The 12hr-ISBN-JPEG Project began December 30, 1994. A `round-the-clock posting of sequenced hypermo...
Atelier Fabienne
Fabienne Christenson, artist and director of the Attic Gallery, has taken a studio at the Pendleto...
Rhythms of the Soul: African Instruments in the Diaspora
The California African American Museum  (CAAM) presents Rhythms of the Soul: African Instruments in...
Call for Entries
In May 2000 the International Short Film Festival Oberhausen will for the 46th time present hundred...
After the Rain: Luis GERALDES, 25 years Survey
After the Rain is a small survey exhibition of paintings selected to introduce Luis Geraldes to the ...
MECANOFOLIE
Jean Fontaine, a ceramist sculptor who is well known in the ceramic art world, is back in Sarreguem...
IMPRESSIONISM TO THE PRESENT: CAMILLE PISSARRO AND HIS DESCENDANTS
The Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale will begin the new century with the only exhibition of work by ...
Hugo Simberg
Ateneum's main exhibition in 2000 presents the production of Hugo Simberg (1873-1917), one of the...
Giovanni Battista Moroni: Renaissance Portraitist
The Kimbell Art Museum is organizing a series of small, focused ...
Call to Artists: Touch – Rediscovering the Hand
What does the feeling of touch mean to you as it relates to the handNULL This exhibit is your showca...
Call for Links from Sculptors
This is a call for links, from sculptors, worldwide, to add their homepage/site link to the Artwise ...
The Vincent
The Vincent van Gogh, Bi-annual Award for Contemporary Art in Europe in memory of the ...
Scripted Spaces
Scripted Spaces explores the recognition, mapping and erasure of our ...
Grant Recipient Winners Specialize in Photography, Painting, Ceramics and Glass
iTheo.com, the first online marketplace to address the needs of visual artists, today announced the ...
Request for submissions
After more than a year when a devastating burglary forced the original venue to close, Gallery111, ...
march issue: progress report
Continuous progression is very important in developing a strong career in the arts. as with this iss...
12th ANNUAL WORKS ON PAPER
Works on Paper gathers over eighty of the finest international exhibitors, showi...
THREE WINDOWS - A HOMAGE TO ROBERT LAX
German Nicolas Humbert (1958) and Werner Penzel (1950) founded together the film production company ...
Billy Sullivan: 2000
Billy Sullivan: 2000, an exhibition featuring new paintings, pastels and drawings of portraits and s...
Palace of Gold & Light: Treasures from the Topkapi, Istanbul
A traveling exhibition of imperial jewels and treasures from the Topkapi ...
Illusions of Eden: Visions of the American Heartland
The character and values of the American Midwest have exerted a profound influence on the way the n...
International Performing Arts Festival
From today on, you can discover the official programme of the KunstenFESTIVALdesArts at http://www.k...
Instructor/Assistant Professor Needed
Instructor/Assistant Professor, St. Louis Community College at Florissant Valley. Teaching duties ...
Bruno Richard
Velodrome, a Parisian Cyberkunsthalle is presenting a group of drawings of Bruno Richard, who devel...
BRIDGING THE GAP
BRIDGING THE GAP is an exhibition of modern paintings,challenging the perceptions of the religious ...
Program Guide and Upgraded Website Now Online
Brisbane Powerhouse Ce...
Call For Entry/Canadian Arts Councils
In November/2000, an International Art Exhibition will take place at the Richmond Inn, Richmond, B.C...
Women of Taste: A Collaboration Celebrating Quilt Artists and Chefs
The creations of quilt artists ins...
SITES AROUND THE CITY: ART AND ENVIRONMENT
Initiated by Arizona State University Art Museum's Senior Curator Heather Sealy Lineberry, Sites A...
Monument to a Lost Civilization: Ilya/Emilia Kabakov
Monument To A Lost Civilization is a project tracing the desire of an individual to construct 'a lif...
THE HUNT SERIES, A COLLECTION OF 12 BRONZES BY MAUREEN QUIN
The HUNT series, a collection of 12 bronzes by the sculptor Maureen Quin, will be taken on a nation...
WHERE IN THE WORLD IS THE WIRRAL
Gallery 1114 is pleased to present a fringe exhibit from Midland's Sister City in Wirral, England. ...
Scottsdale Arts Festival
We're pleased to invite you to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of the ...
BRAD HAMMOND: DE-TUNED CHANNELS
The JHB Civic Gallery is delighted to be hosting a solo exhibition by Brad Hammond. Brad r...
CALL FOR ARTISTS
Planning is underway for the Alamo Spring Art & Fine Craft Festival. For 28 years on Mother's D...
CALL FOR ENTRIES
Professional and experienced Pyrographic Artists, are cordially invited to LOAN 2 ONLY exhibition st...
COUPLE ENDOWS FACULTY POSITION IN TEXTILES
A Chappaqua, N.Y., couple dedicated to improving textile and design education at the University of N...
Terry Setch and internettide@
You are invited to contribute to a UWIC, School of Fine Art research project. Over the next...
Avant-gardism fo Children
Artists Talks with Elizabeth Gower and Robert Rooney, Tuesday 14 March 1.30pm T...
Buffalo Bill's Wild West
Daring rescues, heroic battles, a runaway stagecoach, and the thundering hoofbeats of a buffalo herd...
CLUBS OF BAMAKO
Rice University Art Gallery, in collaboration with The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston (MFAH), will pr...
Painters in Paris: 1895–1950
During the first decades of the 20th century, France ...
Sa Schloff: Portrait Gallery
Portrait Gallery is a unique contemporary art project consisting of three parts created by Maine art...
VIRTUAL TELEMETRIX:Selections of the Work of John Bielenberg Design
With the invention of a fictitious company, Virtual Telemetrix, Inc. (VT), in 1991, ...
JAN VAN LEEUWEN: CONFRONTATIONS WITH MEMORY
Alomst fifty years after the Holocaust, Jan van Leeuwen's childhood memories of Nazi occupied Amste...
Be among the first to hear the future…
In a landmark partnership, ChaosMusic and the Sydney Symphony Orchestra join forces to present the W...
John Twachtman: An American Impressionist
John Twachtman (1853-1902) is one of America's leading Impressionists. This exhibition is the firs...
The Triumph of French Painting
Illustrating the rare genius of some of the most distinguished artists of...
ROBERT GWATHMEY: MASTER PAINTER
Deeply committed to the idea that art could influence morality, improve the lives of less fortunate ...
LECTURE BY DR EDDIE CHAMBERS (UK)
This lecture with slides will look at issues and examples of how some Black artists in England have ...
Nothing But Nudes: Selections from the Permanent Collection
Throughout the entire history of art, the nude figure has been a primary carrier of both ideal form ...
Mentals III
Gold Coast City Art Gallery is proud to present a very exciting exhibition full of life and vitality...
Sugimoto: Portraits
From March 5 until May 14, 2000 the Deutsche Guggenheim Berlin is presenting Sugimoto: P...
Elsewhere: Photos revisit 70s Kiwi childhood
Using a handheld camera in available light, he captures the iconic objects of his ...
Another Landscape
Another Landscape is a three-part exhibition/project that commenced in Japan, developed further in B...
Summer Workshops 2000 in France
Together with Centre George Pompidou, Paris, and Centre International de Recherche et d´Education C...
STRUCTURE AND SURFACE: Contemporary Japanese Textiles
Organized by the Museum of Modern Art and the Saint Louis Art Museum, this exhibition features...
THE ART OF BLOOMSBURY
The Art of Bloomsbury is the first major exhibition in America dealing with the Bloomsbury Group, an...
Louise Nevelson
Louise Nevelson (1899 - 1988) Ukrainian born, American sculptor, artisan and engraver, is a and unco...
NETWORKS AND MARKETS: online forum
This forum explores the rise of networks and markets as organising principles of global societies...
Online Source for Indian Heritage
In just over six months, www.Indiaartmart.com has become the premier online source for Indian herit...
Ruskin, Turner and the Pre-Raphaelites
John Ruskin was not only one of Britain's greatest art critics but also the first to make his reputa...
THE OTHER SIDE OF ZERO Video Positive 2000
Over the last ten years, Video Positive has established itself as Britain's premier ...
RECOLLECTED IMAGES: CHANSONETTA STANLEY EMMONS
Recollected Images: Chansonetta Stanley Emmons is on view at the Portland Museum of Art March 18 thr...
Lynn Geesaman Photographs: Poetics of Place
Born in Cleveland in 1938, Geesaman studied physics and mathematics in college and became involved w...
Collage and Clay - An Artist's Vision: Sheila Giddens
Opening at the 1902 OCAF Art Center on Friday, March 10 and continuing through April 14, 2000, i...
Soviet Art of 1920-1950s
The New Gallery Art Funds, established in 1989 in Moscow, specializes in Soviat art of Social Realis...
Mnemosyne: The Greek Goddess of Memory and the Mother of History
Five artists have been invited to choose a site on the Wits campus with which they will engage to p...
Summer Workshops in The Netherlands
Once again the AMSU is presenting a range of performing arts, cultural theory, and arts management...
International Art Camp in Transylvania
The second edition of the International Painting Camp Laz 2000 will be held July 10-20, 2000, under...
Cigar Box Art Exhibit
Almost everybody they know had their treasures stashed away in old cigar boxes when they were kids. ...
Dreams 1900-2000: Art, Science and the Unconscious
Inspired by the publication of Freuds Interpretation of Dreams in 1900 The Historisches Museum, Vien...
The Splendor of 18th-Century Rome
Throughout the 18th century, the city of Rome--with its antiquities, Renaissance and Baroque monumen...
Liza Lou: Bead the World
Liza Lou takes mundane objects and scenes of suburban domestic bliss and transforms them into dazzli...
Virtual Space for Debate of Cultural Diversity and Globalisation
The Millenium Forum is one of the preparing acts for the UN General Millenium Assembly that will be...
LABYRINTHS FOR PEACE: 2000
The Labyrinth Society will hold its inaugural exhibit, Labyrinths for Peace: 2000, in the Canon...
Bead Expo Symposium: Sacred and Secular Uses of Beads
Recursos de Santa Fe has assembled a fascinating roster of speakers for the Bead Expo 2000 Symposiu...
Made You Look!
Made You Look! The Nineteenth Annual Family Exhibition (through May 28, 2000), presented by Van Kam...
The Dream of Utopia/Utopia of the Dream
In the wake of World War I, many European artists felt an impulse to sweep away the past in search o...
Multicultural Arts Marketing Ambassadors Strategy
A new course to help 20 participants refine their skills for a career in arts marketing was launched...
An Uncommon Wealth of Creativity, Commitment and Community Contributions by the artist Daniel Varoujan Hejinian
Daniel Varoujan Hejinian, has made Boston his home, since emigrating here from Soviet Armenia in ...
Harry Trevor: The South African Years 1939 - 1946
To-day we have no time to stand and stare, but there is a burning vital sensation we call red, and ...
Georgetown International Fine Arts Competition
The Georgetown International Fine Arts Competition, now in its fourth year, is a worldwide call for ...
Data Bank for Art: Painting, Drawing, Engraving from X to XVII Century
ArtBank, a data bank on art, has already been operating for more than nine years in this field, with...
Call for Submissions: 15th Annual Spring Performance Festival and FCG October Tile Auction
The Forest City Gallery needs you and your talent. We are now seeking performers and other purveyors...
Mona Hatoum
An exhibition of new work by Mona Hatoum will go on view at Tate Britain in the Duveen Galle...
Irving Penn, A Career in Photography
The career of Irving Penn (born 1917), a leading Am...
Masterworks of African Art from the Collection of Beatrice Riese
Beginning in the 1950s, Beatrice Riese, the painter, textile designer, and President of the American...
red gray: Basel Painting, Put Together by Peter Suter
red gray is an attempt to re-evaluate Basle painting, from its own and original point of view. At t...
Marian Berger: AUDOBON REINCARNATED
We wont go that far! But if you are interested in the next best thing, take a look at the art of Ma...
The Fair that Keeps to the Subject of Art
The idea The two main themes of Art Frankfurt are: New Attitudes - Young Galleries and the Art of ...
Kwangju Biennale 2000
The true spirit and value of art has often been threatened in the midst of conflicts facing world's ...
Masterpieces of Japanese Art from the Mary Griggs Burke Collection
The Metropolitan Museum of Art will present an unprecedented exhibition of ...
2000 Biennial Exhibition
The artists in the 2000 Biennial, the seventieth in the Whitney Museums ...
Juan Munoz: The Nature of Visual Illusion
The Louisiana Museum is very pleased to present the distinguished Spanish artist J...
AdamsMorioka: Selections from the Permanent Collection of Architecture and Design
Mixing modern abstraction with nostalgic images, the bold design work of Los Angeles-base...
Olafur Eliasson : The Curious Garden
The viewer's experience is central to Olafur Eliasson's work. His installations take their form from...
An American Leader - Cesar E. Chavez
This exhibition celebrates the life and times of Cesar E. Chavez through a unique collection of art...
Mike Kelley and Paul McCarthy: Collaborative Works
For a number of years, Mike Kelley and Paul McCarthy - Los Angeles artists who have independently es...
Aernout Mik: primal gestures, minor roles
The Dutch artist Aernout Mik combines the architecture of a given space like a gallery or a museum w...
Longplayer: Jem Finer
LONGPLAYER is an attempt to make sense of such a span of time. Emanating from one present moment int...
MELTDOWN PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION
Music and portrait photographer Simon Leigh captured Nick Cave's Meltdown 99 festival on the South B...
Moment: a DCA event for 2000
An international group exhibition examining our relationship to time through works which expand on ...
CINDY SHERMAN: 1999 HASSELBLAD AWARD WINNER
Cindy Shermans work is central to our understanding of Western visual culture during the eighties an...
Picasso - Working on Paper
This exhibition draws together works by Picasso, made throughout his life, which use newspaper as a ...
MAKING TIME: Considering Time as a Material in Contemporary Video & Film
As light is to painting, so is time to video. Considering time as a mat...
The Barry Joule Archive - Works on Paper attributed to Francis Bacon
The exhibition presents a selection of key pieces in the Joule Archive. Most notably it contains lea...
TAKING LIBERTY: Artists from Istria, Croatia and Fort Point, South Boston
Taking Liberty/Usvajanje Slobode is a cultural exchange between members of the Mobius Artists Group...
Landmark Pictures: Ed Ruscha and Andreas Gursky
The Harvard University Art Museums is presenting an exhibition exploring the work of artists Ed Rusc...
Shaker: Furnishings for the Simple Life
Shaker: Furnishings for the Simple Life,an exhibition featuring furniture and decorative arts f...
Elaine Kurtz: Alluvial Paintings
The series title refers both to the deposits of earth and sand carried by waves or water, and to ...
2000 Photography Workshops Filling Quickly
The New Mexico Photography Field School is pleased to announce our year 2000 Photography Workshop Of...
Picturing the Modern Amazon
Picturing the Modern Amazon is the first museum exhibition ever devoted to the ...
Painting Revolution: Kandinsky, Malevich and the Russian Avant-Garde
Phoenix Art Museum is proud to present the world premiere of this extraordinary exhibition, which...
Over the Edges
Loud voices can be heard through the window of a small house in the centre of Ghent. White porcelain...
A PRACTICAL DREAMER: THE PHOTOGRAPHS OF MAN RAY
The streets are full of admirable craftsmen, but so few practical dreamers, observed Man Ray. A h...
Pride in Place: Landscapes by the Eight in Southern Collections
Artwork by members of the group known as THE EIGHT is well represented in Southern museum collecti...
25 Songs on 25 Lines of Words on Art Statement for Seven Voices and Dance
A very unique, multimedia installation opens at the University of SA Art Museum, on 6 April 2000, S...
Lasting Impressions: Contemporary Prints from the Bruce Brown Collection
Lasting Impressions: Contemporary Prints from the Bruce Brown Collection celebrates the extraordinar...
KAROO ART WITH ERIK LAUBSCHER
This workshop will be lead by Erik Laubscher, and is designed to extend experienced landscape artis...
Paris in New York: French Jewish Artists in Private Collections
In the first decades of the twentieth century, Jewish artists, predominantly from Eastern ...
John Davies, Angela Grauerholz, Katarzyna Kozyra, Andreas Mueller-Pohle, Seton Smith
-- From April 8 through June 10, 2000, The Museum of Contemporary Photography, Columbia College Chi...
Boris Mikhailov: Case Study
That the photographs of Boris Mikhailov have, for over thirty years, explored the position of the ...
Grand Reopening Season: American and Crystal City Galleries
The Corning Museum of Glass will open two new exhibit areas, the Am...
An Irish Vision: Works by Tony O'Malley
An Irish Vision: Works by Tony OMalley will include approximately 28 works spanning over 40 years of...
PHACAEANS: Desktop Video/Laptop Installation by Sloane McFarland
What is it like to not recognize your hometownNULL Phoenix artist Sloane McFarland and Homers hero ...
SELECTION OF WORKS BY MONTREAL ARTIST GENEVIEVE CADIEUX
From April 6 to July 2, 2000, the exhibition Geneviève Cadieux will feature a n...
Rear View Mirror: Automobile Images and the American Identities
In collaboration with the Automobile Club of Southern California, UCR/CMP presents an entertaining a...
Lawyers Who Are Artists
Lawyers That Are Artists, the Attic Gallery's first Spring Show, will star four of the sharpest lega...
Ipopeng Project: UNDER COVER
Opening on 1 April in association with the Ipopeng Project is UNDER COVER featuring works by Ioanni...
American Watercolors
For this exhibition, the museum has supplemented it...
Time Traced: Rodney Graham and Vera Lutter
Like the camera obscura, the pinhole camera proved an influential precursor to that most sophistica...
Sandy Skoglund: Shimmering Madness and Other Phenomena
This exhibition is comprised of three large-scale installations wherein expectations ...
O'Keeffe on Paper
Some of Georgia O'Keeffe's most innovative creations are works on paper. The exhibition will ...
William Blake
The exhibition of the English artist, poet and mystic William Blake (1757-1827) at Helsinki City Art...
40th Annual New York Antiquarian Book Fair
he New York Antiquarian Book Fair, sponsored by the Antiquarian Booksellers Associat...
Thaw 00
Thaw 00 is an international festival of video, film and ...
1 Reel Film Fest Call for Entries
The Fifth Annual 1 Reel Film Festival is devoted to screening the best in Contemporary American Sho...
Online Discussion Forum: Art and Technology - A Creative Combination For Over Five Hundred Years
SpecialtyArts.Com is hosting an online discussion forum on controversial subjects in the visual art...
First-time Ever Exhibition from Innovative Databank
The Estate Project for Artists with AIDS (a project of the Alliance for the Arts) announces today t...
Call for Participation: Remembering-Repressing-Forgetting
A counter point for the fast running and changing environment of the Internet will be created, inte...
WEI GUANGQING: Zeng Guang Xian Wen (The Extended Virtuous Words, extended once more)
'The Extended Virtuous Words', originally named 'Old Virtuous Words' and 'Old Time Virtuous Words' o...
Travel Scholarships 2000 for Artists
ROSL UK Travel scholarships 2000 for artists are offered to artists who are citizens of Australia, B...
Sten Didrik Bellander. Photographs 1939-1999
Sten Didrik Bellander (born in 1921) was one of the Swedish ...
Tina Modotti and the Mexican Renaissance
Tina Modotti and the Mexican Renaissance ...
Diego Rivera
The exhibition will be an extensive presentation of the art and life of this colourful artist, i...
New Cypriot Galleries
With the opening of the new Cypriot Galleries at The Metropolitan Museum of Art on ...
Art Nouveau 1890-1914
Art Nouveau 1890-1914 is a timely reappraisal of an extraordinary style that flourished in a world ...
CHARLEMAGNE 2000: INVITATION FOR AN ART-EXHIBITION ON THE INTERNET
1200 years ago CHARLEMAGNE - Charles The Great - was crowned emperor in Rome. He had just finished...
Invitation For Kids to Submit Art
www.lilycreek.com KIDZ Art gallery is pleased to announce the National Week of The Child Kids Art a...
New Online Calendar of Arts and Disabilities Events
The National Arts and Disability Center (NADC) is pleased to announce its new online calendar of a...
BUILDING A NETWORK OF CONTACTS FOR ORGANISATIONS INVOLVED WITH PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES IN THE ARTS
The SOUND ACCESS PROGRAMME is an educational programme which is designed to enable peolple with dis...
idiopath/
The Lazy J is pleased to announce the exhibition idiopath/. An idiopath is a type of artist who comb...
Clara Gutsche: The Convent Series
A rarely photographed world as seen though the eyes of accomplished Canadian photographer Clara Guts...
Ed van der Elsken: Sweet Life Photography + Film 1949-1990
In the six years of its existence so far, the Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg has many times featured the medi...
Michelangelo to Picasso: Master Drawings from the Collection of the Albertina, Vienna
This spring, visitors to The Frick Collection will have the opportunity to view works representing f...
The Magic of the Everyday - CAUGHT IN THIS SENSUAL MUSIC ALL: Works by Janet Paul
City Gallery Wellington presents a tribute to a longstanding Wellington artist, writer and publisher...
Xavier Mellery Paintings and Drawings
Inspired by the successful monographic exhibitions devoted to Pierre Puvis de Chavannes (1994), Odil...
Patterned Behavior - Moku-Hanga: Japanese Waterbase Woodcuts by April Vollmer and Sarah Hauser
This show will explore juxtapositions between artificial repetitive patterns and patterns in natur...
The [Baren] Printmaking Exchange
More than ninety woodblock prints from around the world will be on display in April 2000 at Skokie P...
Artistry of Space: The NASA Art Program
Artrain USA, the nation's only art museum on a train, is traveling America's railroads carrying Ar...
Subtle Technologies Conference
The Subtle Technologies Conference is an opportunity for scientists and artists to come together and...
Call for Submissions
From 7 - 23 September 2000 MediaArt Friesland will be presenting another international exhibit in e...
E. COLTON: Mit der Geschwindigkeit des Lichtes [with the rate of the light]
The exhibition presents work from the years 1972 to 2000. E.Coltons black-and-white photography c...
SIMRYN GILL: NATURAL RESEMBLANCE, SOME RECENT PHOTO WORKS
The Experimental Art Foundation is pleased to present Simryn Gill's first three major photo series F...
DAVID PATON: recon(text)ual
The JHB Civic Gallery is delighted to be hosting an exhibition of recent work by David Paton. David...
domestica
A new art exhibition titled domestica showcases the work of three Brisbane artists and opened at Sp...
Woman: Mother, Muse, Goddess
If you close your eyes and think about images of women over centuries, three basic ideals recur—moth...
Show Me The Monet: A Celebration of the Life and Art of CLAUDE MONET, 1840-1926
Show Me The Monet, a celebration of the li...
Chicago International Antiques & Fine Art Fair
The return of the Chicago International Antiques & Fine Art Fair™, h...
REFLECTIONS IN A LOOKING GLASS: A Centenary Lewis Carroll Centenial Exhibition
As the creator of the classic childrens tale The Adventures of Alice in Wonderland, known around the...
Caravaggio - the light in Lombard painting
In the site of Enel, which is the company leader in electric production, trasmission and distributi...
Quality Control: Ruthann Godollei, Alexa Horochowski, Lee Anne Swanson, and Carolyn Swiszcz
Paintings, prints, mixed media and installation work by four Minnesota artists...
Stained Paper: South African images in watercolour
The Standard Bank Gallery celebrates the new millennium with some significant exhibitions. Stained...
New 2000 Arts Endowment Grants Support The Arts With $50.2 Million Nationwide
Today, the National Endowment for the Arts announced $50.2 million in new grants in the second majo...
Public Art Consultancy Employment Opportunities
Public Art Consultancy requires an Office Manager and two Project Managers. Deadline for Application...
Bernie Springsteele - The Old City in Watercolor
The paintings featured all are renderings of locations in New York City, most of Brooklyn. Bernie c...
engagement und/et graphicdesign
Socially engaged graphic does mean graphic design with respect to social orientation and the intenti...
CHECK IT OUT
The Rice University Art Gallery will present Check It Out, the 37th annual Rice student art exhibiti...
Exposed Online 2000
Each year the HND2 photography Students of Edinburghs Stevenson College produce an end of year show....
Can Art Break Science's Monopoly Grip on Space?
If Space Shuttle Atlantis reaches orbit successfully after Monday's scheduled launch, nine people w...
FIRST INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION DEVOTED TO PAINTINGS OF SEVENTEENTH-CENTURY DUTCH MASTER GERRIT DOU
The first international loan exhibition devoted to the illusionistic and refined ...
Zero Tolerant: an exhibition of collages by Ikemefuna
The 21st Century has greeted African-Americans with a number of critical challenges. The struggle to...
The Glory of the Golden Age
To mark its bicentenary, from 15 April 2000 the Rijksmuseum will ...
Spirituality through the Use of Art
The Arts Center is located on the Central Coast of Mexico on the Bay of Navidad, Jalisco, Mexico Th...
Andy Warhol and His World
Andy Warhol and His World focuses on one of the greatest artistic personalities of...
Charlotte Salomon: Life or Theatre
As Nazi aggression escalated, the Berlin-born Jewish artist Charl...
1900 Photographs of Berlin and environ by HEINRICH ZILLE
Little-known in North America but highly influential in Europe, Heinrich Zille (1858 – 1929) gained ...
ANITAS EXHIBITION AT VIRGINIA MUSEUM COMBINES TRADITION WITH TOMORROW Fourteen Contemporary Artists Explore Theme of Life and Death
Combining tradition with the experimental and featuring an international selection of work by 14 ...
Seeing, Wearing, Transcending - Two Centuries Moved by Fashion
In the year 2000, which marks the transition from the 20th to the 21st century, we are commemorating...
Birth of a New Century: Images of Children in Western Art
The role of children in Western society has undergone great change over the centuries. From being p...
World Arts & Cultural Orientation Program: St. Petersburg Summer 2000 - Art Institutes
The main ideas are to present to visitors/students and artists the proud City of St. Petersburg, Ru...
Coole Kids: photographs in Vienna by Didi Sattmann.
For the first time the Historische Museum, Vienna is presenting an unusual series of photographs fro...
Subjects and Symbols in American Sculpture: Selections from the Permanent Collection
Nineteenth-century American ...
Mariam Shapiro: Works on Paper, A Thirty Year Retrospective
It is a rare feat for an artist to have a career that spans 45 years, especially a career that conti...
Joanna Strong: flourish
Joanna Strong s paintings of plants and flowers are responses to their colours, shapes...
WEEGEE
Weegee (born: Usher Fellig, 1899, Ukraine, formerly Austria, ...
XXXHOLY - Heart of India
During the last three years the German photographer Peter Bialobrzeski flew seven times to India in...
Call to Artists: 14th Annual Juried Art Exhibit at the Independent Arts Gallery of the Queens Independent Living Center in New York
SPIRIT OF THE ADA: Celebrating Disability Culture in the New Millennium. Publicity will call attenti...
Robert Clark: Plans For The Real World, Parts 1–12
The space, a temporary set-up. The protagonists, not all there. The audience, unknown… These ...
Vernissage...5 contemporary artists from the Eastern Townships
The mandate the Art Gallery of Bishops University is to serve as a forum for the presentation and ex...
SEBASTIAN: Contemporary Realist Painting
The exhibition, featuring 28 works by 9 contemporary painters, will examine and deal with issues sur...
North America s Largest Photography Festival
CONTACT 2000, one of North America’s largest photography festivals, will take place throughout Toron...
THE LOST CHILD PROJECT: A multimedia installation by Jamie Vartan
The Lost Child Project is a multimedia installation by Jamie Vartan which is based on his work as d...
Salt Minds and Flying Fins: An installation by Sharon Haggins Dunn
In consideration of displacement and the reality of a nomadic journey, she uses 2000 elements of sa...
46th International Short Film Festival
The selection is complete: Having viewed more than 3,500 films and videos, the selection committees...
Art and the Body
The depiction of the body throughout art history has been a long and complex one. From traditional ...
Swimming Series: A Narrative - Photographs by Alex Emmons
In swimming series, artist Alex Emmons creates a cinematic environment with an installation of fift...
STRANGERS and PARADISE: Oladele Ajiboye Bamgboye, Nasrin Tabatabai, Gediminas Urbonas
Strangers and Paradise is an overview exhibition of works by Oladele Aj...
FOCUS ON COMPANIES
Focus on Companies refers to the exhibition taking place at the same time in Aachen - Focus on Gene...
Urban Glass: Working in Brooklyn
The Brooklyn Museum of Art and UrbanGlass, the New York Center for Contemporary Glass located in dow...
Robin Bruch: Eye Play
Van Rijnhoorn Collection of Modern Art is pleased to announce Eye Play, an exhibition of ...
New Art of the West 7
New Art of the West 7 is the the biennial exhibiton that will change your mind. . ...
FABIENNE CHRISTENSON: IT S MY PLEASURE
Fabienne Christenson is the featured artist in May with her exhibition of paintings called It s My ...
800 prints by Toulouse-Lautrec, Bonnard, Vuillard and their contemporaries
The Vincent van Gogh Foundation has acquired a major collection of later 19th-century French prints ...
California Classic: Realist Paintings by Robert Bechtle
Bechtle s paintings of San Francisco/Oakland streets and of cars -the symbol of California culture- ...
May Issue: Tim Wilson
Tim Wilson is an artist currently residing in the Williamsburg area of Brooklyn, New York, whose a...
PATRICK CORRIGAN AND ELLIOTT FAYE: PHOTOGRAPHS
Patrick Corrigan s work, entitled Where Spirits Dwell, deals with cemetery themes while Elliot Fa...
Imperial China: The Art of the Horse in Chinese History
Imperial China will be the first exhibition ever to explore the role of the horse in more ...
Performing and Visual Arts Come Together for a Month of Events
In the plural because it is a festival of the arts. Each element in the prog...
Paul Klee: The Buergi Collection
Buergi Collection is - next to that of the Klee family - the largest and ...
LANDSCAPE PAINTING WORKSHOPS IN TUSCANY
Come to Tuscany this year. Artistic travelers from around the world come together in this enchanti...
Rodney Graham and Bruce Nauman: ...the nearest faraway place...
In cinema, the classic Western assumed an epic character. Subsequently subject to decades of relent...
Sculptors in Miniature
Sculptors in Miniature Exhibit will be held at the Tee Ridder Miniature Museum on the grounds of th...
RE-PLAY: Beginnings of International Media Art in Austria
This ambitious and extensive project of the Generali Foundation explores the beginnings of art and t...
Possess and Destroy. Sexual Strategies in Western Art
Western art treats sex only in a sole way (or nearly): violence. It is ...
The Empire of Time Myths and Creations
Relying on the richness of its collections and the multiplicity of the ...
CALL FOR ENTRIES: eMotion Pictures - An Exhibition of Orthopaedics in Art
The American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons is sponsoring a juried, themed art exhibition, eMotion...
Erogena
Sexuality – with the multiplication of its public icons and the open debate of its private practices...
COLOSSUS: Ben Frost and Roderick Bunter
Contemporary visual artists work in an environment in which advertising is constantly presented as t...
Call for Entries: DIGITAL2000, An International Competition
The exhibition of winning works will travel to the following: - Central Fine Arts Gallery in SoHo...
The Key of Millennium - Sculpture Exhibition of Timothy Chan Kwok Cheong
As Hong Kong enters the 21st century, we witness advancements being made in communications and scien...
Art Exposition Opening Tomorrow
Thomas Blackman Associates and a prime group of prestigious modern ...
Deborah Willis: Tied to Memory
Willis textile works address traditions of African-American quilts...
Liberated Voices: Contemporary Art from South Africa
During the past decade, South Africa has experienced an extraordinary series of political and cultu...
SPECTRUM: AN IDEA OF HISTORY, Jose A. Toirac, Ricardo G. Elias, Meira Marrero Diaz
This exhibition, using contemporary and archival photographs from Cuba, considers ways in which ima...
ANN SHELTON: THE STRIP
Ann has documented aspects of the social environment of Aucklands Karangahape Road for the past sev...
Adelaide's Boyds
Arthur Boyds prodigious talent, wit and passion overflowed into paintings, drawings, prints, ceram...
FOCUS: Olafur Eliasson
Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson has established an international reputation based ...
OTHER VIEWS
The Fort Worth International Center will present an exhibition combining photography and printmaki...
Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera, and Twentieth-Century Mexican Art: The Jacques and Natasha Gelman Collection
Jacques and Natasha Gelman viewed collecting ar...
Fluid Trajectories: Zero Gravity Workshop with Choreographer and Dance Researcher Kitsou Dubois
In May, Parisian choreographer and dance researcher Kitsou Dubois brings her unique experience of da...
Call for Art: Visions of Elvis
Artists are wanted to enter VISIONS OF ELVIS; an all media exhibition to take place July 7 through J...
BILL HAMMOND 23 Big Pictures
Lyttelton artist WD (Bill) Hammond spent the 1970s working in design and toy ...
American Modern, 1925-1940: Design for a New Age
Between 1925 and 1940, a pioneer group of industrial designers emerged in this ...
Welded! Sculpture of the Twentieth Century
A survey of welded sculpture of the twentieth century, this exhibition features a technique ...
Figurative Small Works 2000
This is a national juried exhibition featuring works dealing with the human form. This exhibiton fea...
PUBLIC ART TO BE COMMISSIONED FOR THE TODD LANE SERVICE CENTER
The City of Austin Art in Public Places Program is seeking to commission an artist for the Todd Lane...
THE MODERN WOODCUT
The earliest prints were made from the simplest materials: soft stone or wood cut with a knife then ...
New work by Irish painters Sam Fleming and Ray Duncan
This eagerly anticipated exhibition will bring together two of the most prolific and dynamic contem...
We Are Australian - A Major Exhibition by 300 Leading Artists
A major touring exhibition in which 300 leading Australian Artists salute and honour the diversity ...
INTERNATIONAL MUSEUMS DAY
On 18 May 2000 the Southern Flagship Institution (incorporating the Michaelis Collection, South A...
CECILY SASH: PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS
Cecily Sash, who since 1975 lives and works in Britain, (presently in Wales), celebrated her 75th b...
Living Legends: Gottlieb & Hirschfeld
American Vision 145 announces its next exhibit, Living Legends: Gottlieb & Hirschfeld. The exhibit ...
Reflections: Japan and Japonism
In conjunction with the activities commemorating 400 years of relations between the Netherlands and ...
LAST CALL TO ENTER: MACWORLD EXPO DIGITAL ART CONTEST
Entries are now being accepted for the 3rd Annual MACWORLD Expo Digital Art Contest. An independent ...
abstractor by Sean Kerr: Shooting season opens at Gallery - NZ abstracts caught in cross fire!
Visitors literally play a part in 'shooting up' some of the icons of New Zealand abstract art. Each ...
MATTHEW BARNEY: CREMASTER 2: The Drones' Exposition
CREMASTER 2, the latest installment in Matthew Barney's ongoing series of cinematic OPERAS, tr...
300 years of Japanese Painting
A once in a lifetime opportunity awaits visitors to the Indianapolis Museum of Art this spring ...
James Welling: Photographs 1974-1999
James Welling's formally and technically exquisite photographs ...
The Triumph of the Baroque: Architecture in Europe 1600-1750
Following the National Gallery's highly successful Italian Renai...
SUSTAINABLE PROPAGANDA: a project by Oliver Ressler
The project 'Sustainable Propaganda' (Nachhaltige Propaganda) confronts 'sustainable development', ...
Philip Guston: Paintings of Four Decades
Montreal-born American artist Philip Guston (1913 - 1980) is one of the great figurative painters of...
Paintings of Children at Play through the Ages
Children, by their nature, have always been full of energy and curiosity. In the eyes of a child, ev...
The Art of Bloomsbury
The lives, loves, and intrigues of the artists, writers, and intellectuals ...
THE ART OF WILLIAM EDMONDSON
One of the most important self-taught sculptors of the 20th century, William Edmondson ...
Kevin Fuermann: The Waiting Room
The Waiting Room began in France and was completed in southern California where the artist currently...
1900: Art at the Crossroads
The advent of the 20th century saw the proliferation of a multitude of artistic curr...
The Mexperimental Cinema
A roller-skating nun spray paints prophecies of the death of rock and roll on the walls of Mexico Ci...
Andrew Connelly - BREATHE: AN INSTALLATION
Best known for his large-scale sculptural installations that perform thems...
52 Artists We Like: group show
The Wall Street Viewing Room, an alternative exhibition space in the Wall Street District, is please...
ICON + GRID + VOID, Art of the Americas from the Chase Manhattan Collection
The Chase Manhattan Collection, begun in 1959, now ...
Alberto Giacometti
Alberto Giacometti (1901-1966) is recognized as one of the greatest European artists of the 20th cen...
Open Air Sketching: Ninteenth-Century American Landscape Drawing in the Albany Institute of History and Art
This exhibition presents 19th-century American drawings by Thomas Cole, Frederic Church, Sanford Gif...
TOUCHER POUR VOIR : LA SCULPTURE EN PIERRE
The exhibition features six stone sculptures from the Musée du Quebec collection. It is designed to ...
Tiborocity: Design And Undesign by Tibor Kalman 1979 - 1999
Tiborocity: Design and Undesign by Tibor Kalman, 1979–1999 was organized by Tibor ...
How you look at it: 20th-century Photography
Karl Kraus once wrote Art is that which becomes the world. The art form which has set its mark...
Gerhard Merz: Art at the freight depot
At the main freight depot in Hanover, the artist Gerhard Merz will be erecting a pavilion of stee...
Biennale Opens Today!
The Biennale of Sydney was created in 1973 as an international showcase for contemporary art. Conce...
Hounds in Leash: The Dog in 18th and 19th Century Sculpture
Hounds in Leash brings together a group of British and French sculptures dating from the 1750s to th...
Free Online Education Resource for Secondary School Students and their Teachers
On 25 May 2000 inIVA and Middlesex University launched the Digital Art Resource for Education (DARE)...
[Unoder] - experiments in words, images and sounds
[Unoder] - experiments in words, images and sounds is the first exhibition of the museum's permanent...
SHAMIANA: THE MUGHAL TENT
Shamiana: The Mughal Tent is a unique exhibition. Twenty richly decorated textile panels, designe...
Living With Art: JOHANNES ZITS
For a number of years Johannes Zits has been working on themes of love and intimacy. As a gay man, h...
GOLD: Paintings by Michelangelo Russo
The large works are a rich impasto of oil paint and Dutch gold leaf reminiscent of the lustre inher...
William Merritt Chase: Modern American Landscapes, 1886-1890
This exhibition investigates in detail for the first time this famous American painter's urban lands...
View and Review: Book Works 2000
londonprintstudio presents View and Review, an exhibition which provides a rare opportunity to see a...
Anni Albers
Anni Albers is considered the foremost textile artist of the twentieth century...
Maxfield Parrish, 1870-1966
Maxfield Parrish, 1870-1966 presents the first critical survey of a figure who is widely considered ...
Human Comedy: Lithographs by Honoré Daumier
The exhibition includes 50 lithographs showcasing Daumiers satirical, often bemused, and sometimes ...
Faces of Impressionism
Countless Impressionist exhibitions in the United States and abroad have offered museumgo...
The Impressionists at Argenteuil
Bringing together more than fifty paintings, including many rarely seen outside ...
Foerg: Deutsche Bank Collection
Deutsche Guggenheim Berlins exhibition series curated by Deutsche Bank continues with w...
The Spirit of Design: Fifieth Annual Conference
An international group of both young and established designers from the ...
The Prints of Jim Dine and Michael Rothenstein: Two Recent Gifts
The long and productive careers of American artist Jim Dine (b.1935) and the British artist Michael ...
KINGDOM OF THE SOUL: GERMAN SYMBOLIST ART EXHIBITION (1870-1920)
The first major exhibition of German Symbolist art in Britain, Birmingham is the only UK ...
Mastering the Medium: Woodcuts
This is the third in a series of exhibitions featuring the main printmaking media and ...
The Art of Documentary
The Scottish involvement with documentary photography goes back to the photographs take...
From Renoir to Picasso: Masterpieces from the Musée de l'Orangerie
The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts is to mark the new millennium with a ma...
The Man in the Crowd: The Uneasy Streets of Garry Winogrand
Most people who walk through a city ignore it - or, more precisely ignore the other people in it. ...
L'Esprit de Tinguely
Ever since its very first exhibition, which was Fernand Léger and the Spirit of the Age of Industry...
Music video by Munro Galloway
The music video-locus of pop music, youth culture and fashion-is an expression ...
Klaus Pinter Viennese Mix
Installations with unknown Objects from the collection fo the Historischen Museum, Vienna. With Kla...
Retrospective of Celebrated American Photographer Walker Evans
This comprehensive retrospective of the career of American photographer Walker Evans explores ...
The Next Wave: New Painting in Southern California
The Next Wave presents the work of 20 Southern California artists who are redefining and expandi...
IN PRAISE OF NATURE: ANSEL ADAMS AND PHOTOGRAPHERS OF THE AMERICAN WEST
This nationally touring exhibition explores ...
Millennium Messages
Millennium Messages features the work of a select group of 27 noted artists, ...
Central New York Selects
Composed entirely of favorite works from the Everson’s permanent collection ...
Ernesto Neto
The first UK exhibition for Ernesto Neto, a young Brazilian artist who makes sensuous worlds to ente...
A CALL FOR ART! 3 AMERICAS ...we are all in this together!
One hundred artists will define AMERICA as none of us has known it. A gathering of 100 pieces of a...
Rodin Plaster & Bronzes
At Palazzo delle Prigioni Nuove there will be the opening of the exhibition of Auguste Rodin, who is...
Awards Program 2000 Launched
The Award Program 2000 consists of a series of 3-month online juried exhibitions, displaying student...
SUPERFEST XX, International Media Festival on Disabilities
The Corporation on Disabilities and Telecommunication(CDT) presents SUPERFEST XX, International Medi...
Dark Mirrors from Japan
What is the role of engagement in the work of Japanese artists from different genera...
Titans and Technologies - The Legacy of Space Art
Culture infuses both art and science. When I think of the many Soviet-era s...
June 2000 Issue: Nicole Awai
This months studio-visit interview and feature is Nicole Awai. Her paintings deal with her history i...
Deborah Chapin
Inspired by a show of impressionist paintings at ...
Reading the Face: Portraits by Brian Appel, Doug Guildford & Sadko Hadzihasanovic
Typically, a portrait functions as a substitute for an actual person, a triggering mechanis...
A Collector's Cabinet: Whistler's Lithographs and 20th Century American Prints from the Collection of Steven Block
The last medium he explored, lithography is now considered to be Whistler's ultimate, most abstract,...
Shelley Jordan: Revealing Beauty
Shelley Jordon (b. 1954) is a Northwest artist who brings still-life painting back to center s...
John Singer Sargent Beyond the Portrait Studio: Paintings, Drawings, and Watercolors from the Collection
One of the most acclaimed American artists of his ...
LOOP-HAPPY, MELODY-MAKING SITE LAUNCH
The new Man from Atlantis website is a funhouse of smart interactivity. It's for anyone who enjoys...
Sharon Kopriva: Work 1986-1998
The exhibition features sixteen small paintings, painted ...
Edward Ruscha: Editions 1959-1999
For more than 35 years, Edward Ruscha has been not only an influential voice in postwar Ame...
Gabriel Orozco
Gabriel Orozco is the first major survey of internationally renowned artist ...
Monet, Renoir, and the Impressionist Landscape
Monet, Renoir, and the Impressionist Landscape is a rich survey of the French landscape from its ris...
Lee Krasner
Lee Krasner is the first full-scale retrospective of the major American painter Lee Krasner (1908 -...
ROBERT GOBER: Sculpture + Drawing
Organized by the Walker Art Center, this first large-scale overview of Gober's oeuvre...
THE VINCENT: The First Bi-annual Award for Contemporary Art in Europe
Six artists have been selected for the short list of candidates to win The Vincent van Gogh Bi-annua...
Ben Shahn's New York: The Photography of Modern Times
Ben Shahn's New York will present a pivotal, but little examined body of photographic work from the ...
Sharon Lockhart: Teatro Amazonas
In the five years since it first opened, the Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg has featured the medium of photo...
Exorcism/Aesthetic Terrorism
Exorcism is the last 'ism' in the visual arts of the twentieth century: not a coherent movement, b...
The Wyeths: American Visions
Over the past century, the Wyeth family has had a long-standing tradition in the arts. This ...
Overview: The Art of Fannie Hillsmith and Walter Kamys
Fannie Hillsmith and Walter Kamys, two life-long artists influenced by surrealism and cubism, will ...
OPEN CIRCLE
Pretoria born Peter Binsbergen received a Master's Degree in Fine Arts and was selected as a finali...
Photographer Robin F. Pendergrast: The Barns Of McHenry County
The photography exhibit displays a variety of barn architecture from the still-standing barns in McH...
DIROZOULOU
DIROZOULOU, the French meets the Zulu. A wonderful aray of wire beautifully weaved baskets. Workin...
WINDOWS TO HEAVEN: RUSSIAN ICONS FROM THE COLLECTION OF DANIEL BIBB AND THE NEW ORLEANS MUSEUM OF ART
The word icon conjures up images of medieval Russian churches il...
Fair Opens Tomorrow in the National Hall Olympia
The 20th Century Art & Design Fair will have an exciting mix of art, furniture, ceramics, objects an...
Nest=O An Architectural Installation by Tono Mirai
Tono Mirai is a Japanese architect best known for his innovative installation projects in various ar...
CONSUMER: I am the Consenting Part of the Fashion System - An installation by Sand T
I began my career as a fine artist and window dresser in the 80's. Both a realist and artist at hear...
DIGITALISM...The New Art at The Cork Gallery
Digitalism: Bits and bytes connecting pixel, paintbrush and artist which explore new territories of ...
Eva Yeh: Sculpture in Paper
Yeh makes paper sculpture which is extremely distinctive. She uses many recycled paper products in h...
Benalla Regional Art Gallery Re-opening Their Doors
After a major refurbishment the doors of the Benalla Regional Art Gallery will reopen allowing visit...
Wayne Thiebaud: A Paintings Retrospective
The Legion of Honor celebrates the 80th ...
Under the Same Sky project culminates in Hernesaari
Afetr Kallio, Munkkiniemi and Vuosaari,Under the Same Sky project brings art to the uninhabited tip ...
Hindsight/Fore-site: Art for the New Millennium
Featured artists in the exhibition are Ann Hamilton, Michael Mercil, Dennis Oppenheim, Agnes Denes, ...
Fauna Secreta: Joan Fontcuberta and Pere Formiguera
Spanish artists Joan Fontcuberta and Pere Formiguera have created Fauna Secreta, an exhibition docum...
Making a Prince's Museum: Drawings for the Late Eighteenth-Century Redecoration of the Villa Borghese in Rome
This exhibition and accompanying catalog will highlight some 50 unpublished drawings, ...
Plains Indian Museum to Reopen
The Buffalo Bill Historical Center's Plains Indian Museum will reopen Saturday, June 17, 2000, with ...
David Bailey: Birth of the Cool
David Bailey has been one of the most famous British photographers over the last four decades. In S...
Master-Peace 2000 Exhibition
Ten collaborative student murals, each representing on...
Image and Enterprise: The Photographs of Adolphe Braun
This is the first American exhibition to examine the work of the 19th-century French photographer Ad...
Stephan Balkenhol
Stephan Balkenhol champions the Ev...
Of the Moment: Jody Mattison, Figurative Painter
Jody Mattison is a realist figurative painter from the Bay Area, culminating her Masters of Fine Ar...
Optical Delusions: Jokes, Puns, and Sleights-of-Hand in Photography
Photography is often thought of as a sober-minded and objective medium, one that clariNULLes ...
Camera Over Hollywood: Photographs by John Swope
The Santa Barbara Museum of Art will present an exhibition of approximately 60-65 ...
The Man in the Street: Eugene Atget in Paris
The Man in the Street: Eugene Atget in Paris, is an enthralling and highl...
Moderna Museet Projekt: Claire Barclay
Materials' associations and characteristics often comprise the starting point for Claire Barclay's ...
Jean-Baptiste Greuze
Jean-Baptiste Greuze is an excellent exponent of the narrative revolutionary ...
Art Basel: the El Dorado of the art world
Art 31 Basel will take place in Basel (Switzerland) from June 21 to 26, 2000. It is the world’s mo...
John James Audubon in the West: The Last Expedition - Mammals of North America
Most know that John James Audubon was determined to document all the species of American birds in th...
Third International Biennial of Contemporary Art, Ljubljana
Manifesta 3 will take place in Ljubljana, Slovenia. It is a place on the border of Fortress Europe. ...
Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890)
The Pierre Gianadda Foundation is ...
Geraldo de Barros / Vik Muniz
Geraldo de Barros (1923-1998) was one of the pio...
FULL/empty: SUPERFICIAL ABUNDANCE AND PROFOUND LOSS
FULL/empty is a selection of works from The Winnipeg Art Gallery’s ...
Turner Prize 2000 Shortlist Announced
The Turner Prize will be awarded to a British artist under 50 for an outstanding exhibition ...
Life Drawing the Female Nude: One week of demonstrations and tutored classes in the Bugey region of south-east France
Though described as a course this is basically an opportunity for participants to sketch from the nu...
Eduardo Padilha
Eduardo Padilha's practice crosses the mediums of drawing, film-making and sculptural installation....
Fine Art Show, 2000
Exciting new contemporary art from sculpture to painting, printing, photography and mixed media. Th...
The Endurance: Art at latitude 74 degrees south
Frank Hurleys photographs of the Endurance exhibition evoke both the awe and the enthusiasm with whi...
Art of Rome in the 18th Century
Throughout the 18th century, the city of Rome -- with its antiquitie...
Masks: Faces of Culture
Whether covering the faces of Egyptian mummies, medieval knights, Si...
Our Quarter Century: The University of Arizona's Center For Creative Photography Turns Twenty-Five
The Anniversary year begins on Friday, June 23rd at 5:00 PM with the opening reception for two exhib...
Anna and Bernhard Blume, Sophie Calle, Mat Collishaw, Jim Dine, Flor Garduño, Candida Höfer
From June 24 through August 19, 2000, The Museum of Contemporary Photography, Columbia College Chica...
Intimate Expressions: Two Centuries of American Drawings
The exhibition, Intimate Expressions: Two Centuries of American Drawings will be on view at the Colu...
NEW HARVEST: 25 years Circle of Friends
The circle of Friends of the Teyler Museum celebrates its 25th anniversary this ...
Work of Charles and Ray Eames: A Legacy of Invention
Charles and Ray Eames practiced design at its most economical and its most expansive. From the time ...
Call for Entries: Seventh Biennial Regional Arts Competition & Exhibition
You are cordially invited to enter the Seventh Biennial Regional Arts Competition & Exhibition A...
Laura Ambrosi
One, two, all together… Soap balls… like people. They move, go around, get closer, they ...
PETER FISCHLI AND DAVID WEISS. VISIBLE WORLD
The work of Swiss artists Peter Fischli and David Weiss evokes a revision of our perception of the r...
Antoni Tapies - A Retrospective
The retrospective organized by the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia in ...
The Annenberg Collection of Impressionist and Postimpressionist Masterpieces
Fifty-three paintings, watercolors, and drawings by ...
Call for Submissions: Piece by Piece
All artists are welcomed to this unique exhibition event at galleries @ the galleria. This show is c...
Female FUSION: An exhibition by women artists of the AVA
The exhibition brings together the contrasts in women's art - illustrating nurturing, healing, fem...
State of the Art: Digital Prints, a panel discussion in conjunction with the opening reception of DIGITAL'2000
Digital images, no longer just experiments in Photoshop, are rapidly becoming the medium-of-choice ...
THE VILLA INTO THE MIRROR: A Group show with Giovanni Giaconis Facciate, Images of Architectures
First the tracings, pencil sketches and then the preparatory drawings, which are retraced in India i...
ARPAD SZENES AND VIEIRA DA SILVA (Brazilian period)
Vieira da Silva and Arpad Szenes lived in Brazil between 1940 and 1947 where they found a refuge fro...
Greg Schultz, 'New Landscapes' and Lisa Van Wyk, 'Printed Surfaces'
The recent painting - 'New Landscapes' by South African artist Greg Schultz, question the distincti...
Bauhaus Kolleg Event City program 2000/2001: Call for Participants
The second Bauhaus Kolleg, which begins in September 2000, will examine the changes in architecture ...
do it
Works that involve everyday activities by artists from the United States, Europe, Asia, and South Am...
POP PLASTICS: Molding the Shape of the 1960s
At the beginning of the 1960s, a new generation of artists star...
OF THE MOMENT: Contemporary Art from the Permanent Collection
The exhibition includes numerous recent acquisitions, including Todd Hido’s haunting photographs of...
Souvenirs of the Nile: Nineteenth-Century Photographs of Egypt
Beginning with its rediscovery in the age of Napoleon, Egypt held a great fascination for the West. ...
BODIES OF RESISTANCE:
BODIES OF RESISTANCE is the first major contemporary art exhibition in ten years to reconsider the ...
Stroganoff: The Palace and Collections of a Russian Noble Family
Stroganoff is one of the most familiar names in Russian history, that of an extraordinary ...
SHAPED WITH A PASSION: The Carl A. Weyerhaeuser Collection of Japanese Ceramics from the 1970s
Carl A. Weyerhaeuser was an American collector who had a passion for modern Japanese ceramics at a t...
Intelligence: New British Art 2000
New British Art 2000: Intelligence is the first in a series of major exhibitions of contempo...
WISDOM AND PERFECTION: Lotus Blossoms in Asia Art
The lotus blossom is a treasured symbol of wisdom, purity, perfection, and e...
THE FINE ART OF WOOD: THE BOHLEN COLLECTION
Modern and Contemporary Galleries Woods ranging from scraps to the exotic ...
Encounters: NEW art from OLD
The history of modern art is often presented in terms of the ...
Norman Rockwell: Pictures for the American People
The first comprehensive exhibition of the art of Norman Rockwell opened at ...
Sarah Morris
Works in gloss household paint on canvas convey an ambivalent impression between the structure o...
50 Years of Italian and German Design
For the first time this exhibition will show Italian and German design since 1945 in relation to eac...
Robert Rauschenberg: Synapsis Shuffle
The Whitney Museum presents Synapsis Shuffle (1999), a monumental new work...
Tea, Poetry, and Rimpa: Works From Japan
Hon'ami Koetsu, the 17th-century Japanese artist who is the subject of a major exhibition at the Phi...
Ernesto Neto: Sister Naves
One of the leading Latin American artists working today, Ernesto Neto creates ...
Portraits in the Digital Age
Sometimes a great portrait suggests a story not only of a moment but also of an entire life. ArtLond...
LONG-LOST HISTORIC BLACK PHOTOS AVAILABLE TO PUBLIC FOR THE FIRST TIME
Richard Samuel Roberts, one of the south’s first black studio photographer, took thousand of phot...
Out of Character: Mary-Louise Browne
Coinciding with the opening of Out of Character is the unveiling of a new work by the artist, in Civ...
Women Warriors: Photography of Dr. Adrienne Walker Hoard
UNISA Galleries presents the photography of Dr. Adrienne Walker Hoard from 6 July through 17 July. ...
BANGLADESHI ART SHOW
Don`t miss this incredible art show by world-renowned Bangladeshi artists Kanak chanpa Chakma & Mit...
Tobias Rehberger: Landscape Garden Sculpture
Tobias Rehberger will create a work for the MCA that will transform the front plaza and interior...
Northwest Watercolor Society 60th Annual Open Exhibition: A Retrospective
The Northwest Watercolor Society celebrates sixty years with an exhibtion jurored by nationally know...
Keiko Miyata || Silent Pop Violence
Initially a painter, Keiko Miyata began working with childrens toys when she was employed as a stuff...
The Public Portrait: Photographs by Edward Steichen, Richard Avedon, and Irving Penn
The portrait conceived specifically for public disp...
Play-use
The explosive developments on the World Wide Web have generated new fields of ...
MTN DOWNTOWN VIDEO FOCUS
Internationally the dialogue between art and technology is growing, with artists now working in col...
July 2000 Issue: Chris Coffin
Julys studio-visit is chris coffin. His interview was especially fun because a good part of his ...
Call to Artists: Art is a Powerful and Universal Communicator
As a communications medium, artists can convey any message on health, protection of the environment...
CHANNEL TOO: Video and digital art exhibition
Channel Too is the sequel to Channel, which occurred at the AVA Gallery i...
Kim Wintje and Susan Wilson/figurative sculpture
For more than 20 years, Wintje has been making sculpture. Incorporating many fabric techniques, she ...
PAINTING ON LIGHT: Drawings And Stained Glass In The Age Of Dürer And Holbein
During the late Gothic and Renaissance periods in Germany and Switzerland (from 1480 to 1530), the a...
Images of History: The historical atlases of Frederik Muller (Rijksmuseum Amsterdam) , Simon van Gijn (Dordrechts Museum), Abraham van Stolk (Historisch Museum, Rotterdam)
Three seperate exhibitions devoted to historical atlases are to ...
Our World in the Year 2000: The Winsor & Newton Worldwide Millennium Painting Competition
During the summer, The United Nations will host a unique exhibit, Our World in the Year 2000: The Un...
Howard Ben Tré: Interior/Exterior
A nationally-touring mid-career retrospective of cast glass sculpture by internationally recognize...
Van Gogh Face to Face
More than a century after the artists death, the exhibition Van Gogh: Face t...
The Virginia Landscape
Thomas Jefferson once boasted to a friend in England, Our own country . . . is made on an improved p...
Coromandel Express
The Coromandel Express is a train which runs between Calcutta and Madras; it also ...
Hair Stories
This exhibition and event series will present the work of four visual artists, three w...
Passages: Photographs in Africa by Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher
Examining the lifecycle as well as the political and spiritual beliefs of its societies, this exhib...
The spirit of Montmartre Cabarets, humour and the avant-garde, 1875-1905
Anyone visiting Amsterdam this summer should make a point of seeing the special exhibition devoted t...
Barbara Kruger: Retrospective
The Whitney Museum surveys the bold work of Barbara Kruger in the artist’s ...
Life on the Edge
The exhibit features 33 color prints, four informational panels and a framed poster...
Art in the Age of Queen Victoria: Treasures from the Royal Academy of Arts Permanent Collection
Artist members of Londons Royal Academy of Arts contributed major works to...
Pharaohs of the Sun: Akhenaten, Nefertiti, Tutankhamen
For more than two millennia, the civilization of ancient Egypt has been ...
Gold of the Nomads: Scythian Treasures from Ancient Ukraine
This exhibition of approximately 165 works of art comprises the finest Scythian gold objects from...
Martha Rosler: Positions in the Life World
The first retrospective of one of the most influential American artists of the last thirty years, ...
Michiko Kon: Still Lifes
Michiko Kon: Still Lifes, the first major exhibition of the photographs of Japanese artist Michik...
Lawrence Weiner: AFTER ALL/NACH ALLES
A pioneer of Conceptual Art, American artist Lawrence Weiner redefined the medium-based boundaries o...
Enclosed and Enchanted
Enclosed and Enchanted, an exhibition illustrating the ways in which ten contemporary artists explor...
Matisse
Matisse from The Baltimore Museum of Art features 68 dazzling works spanning 1898-1950. The works a...
Nathan Lyons: A Survey, 1957-2000
An exhibition displaying the photographic work of George Eastman House's former associate director...
Bang on a Can and Ben Katchor Collaborate on Revolutionary New Opera
In an innovative new opera, the legendary, eclectic, and uncompromisingly funky Bang on a Can teams...
Lisa Neighbour: Illuminations
The Cambridge Galleries present a touring exhibition of selected electrical multimedia work created ...
The Private Eye: Walter Anderson Individual Collections Exhibition Closes with Collector's Forum
Your last chance to view The Private Eye: Walter Anderson from Individual Collections is Sunday, J...
Renewing a Block and the Spirit of Its People: Photographs of Carmel Hill, Harlem by Bill Foley
Photographs by internationally-renowned photographer Bill Foley chart the progress of The ...
A R T I F I C E: Works by ADAM CHODZKO, TACITA DEAN, GRAHAM GUSSIN, SIOBHAN HAPASKA, STEPHEN MURPHY, SIMON STARLING, JANE & LOUISE WILSON
Artifice defines all artistic creation. It has also come to be associated with the contrived, the ...
Salvador Dalí's Optical Illusions
Salvador Dalí's Optical Illusions examines the pictorial techniques employed by t...
Symbols of Faith and Belief: Art of the Native American Church
In the late 1870s, a new religion emerged on the North American Great Plains. The new rel...
On Gold Mountain: A Chinese American Experience
The story of Chinese Americans in the West is one of...
Max Neuhaus: Drawings
P.S. 1 Contemporary Art Center presents Max Neuhaus: Drawings, w...
Parks and Promenades: Maurice Prendergast
Parks and Promenades: Maurice Prendergast in The Metropolitan Museum o...
Tabletop to TV Tray: China & Glass in America, 1880-1980
Have you ever wondered what stories your grandmother's would tell if it could talk? Or, why is it t...
ALMOST WARM AND FUZZY: CHILDHOOD AND CONTEMPORARY ART
ALMOST WARM AND FUZZY: CHILDHOOD AND CONTEMPORA...
ELLSWORTH KELLY: The Early Drawings 1948-1955
The American artist Ellsworth Kelly (*1923)...
Force Fields: Phases of the Kinetic
Force Fields redefines the ‘language of movement’ in twentieth century art. The development of new s...
Visions of Elvis
From his days as Elvis the Pelvis to his later career as a rhinestone studded Las Vegas lounge act, ...
7th Biennial Festival Opens Tomorrow
The National Black Arts Festival (NBAF) is the world’s largest and most prestigious cultural celebra...
The First Annual San Francisco Photographic Print Exposition Opens Today
photo san francisco, the first annual San Francisco Photographic Print ...
Andy Warhol: Social Observer
Andy Warhol: Social Observer opens June 17 and runs through September 21, 2000 at the Pennsylvania A...
TIFFANY'S KYOTO A MAJOR JIM SPEERS PROJECT
In August Artspace will be presenting a new Jim Speers art installation, Tiffany's Kyoto (opens Fri...
Citibank Private Bank Photography Prize 2001: Call for Nominations
The Citibank Private Bank Photography Prize is launching the 2001 Prize, worth £15,000, with a call...
Investigations, an exhibition of photographs by Costa Picadas
The Queens Museum of Art presents Investigations, an exhibi...
Winold Reiss: Native American Portraits
German-born Winold Reiss (1886-1953) studied art in Munich before moving his family to the United...
Ed Ruscha
Echoes of Pop Art, Photo-Realism, Conceptual Art, media-based imagery, and today's renewed focus on ...
Martha Rosler: Positions in the Life World
Through her work as a leading videomaker, theorist, photographer and po...
WONDERLAND
The Saint Louis Art Museum presents WONDERLAND, an exhibition of work by ten highly ...
Painting Revolution: Kandinsky, Malevich and the Russian Avant-Garde
This major traveling exhibition, being presented in only five American...
Visions of the Frontier: American Landscapes From the Collection of Ted Turner
The American frontier is the theme of an exhibition at the High Museum of Art featuring more than ...
Annie Leibovitz: Women
Phoenix Art Museum is proud to present Annie Leibovitz: Women, a surprise summer exhibition of the...
ERNESTO PUJOL: CONVERSION OF MANNERS CONTEMPORANEA 2000
El Museo del Barrio announces the June opening of Conversion of Manners a site-specific installati...
THE RECENT WORK OF ROBERT THERRIEN
At the age of 50, Robert Therrien is one of the most highly respected artists working i...
Ernesto Neto
At first sight, the recent works of this young Brazilian artist (born Rio de Janeiro in 1964) appear...
Support Charles Robb
In the 1978 film, Coma, a government-sponsored holding facility for irr...
Off the Shelf: Contemporary Artists' Books from the Clark Art Institute Library, the Williams College Museum of Art and the Chapin Library of Rare Books
Off the Shelf is literally taking down from the stacks, out of the vault, and off of the shelf a sa...
Accessible Expressions Ohio
The exhibition celebrates and showcases the depth of creativity and talent of Ohio artists with disa...
Jim Dine: Past Present Future
This exhibition of prints, books, and drawings focuses on the ...
Geert Mul: Generating Live
Geert Mul has devised his imposing (video) image, sound and light installation, tit...
Avantgarde in Dialog: Bauhaus, Dada and Expressionism in Japan
The multifaceted relationship between the European and Japanese Avantgarde at the beginning of the 2...
A Tale of Two Cities: Chris Burden
This installation consists of a miniature reconstruction of two city-states at war using over 5,...
Museum Trustees and Patrons: Portraits by Robert Joy
This is a small focused exhibit of works by eminent Houston portrait painter Robert Joy. The approxi...
Linda McCartney's Sixties: Portrait of an Era
It is only appropriate that the exhibition, Linda McCartney's Sixties-Portrait of an Era, should ma...
CrossCurrents: A Juried Exhibition of Contemporary Art
The second juried exhibition of contemporary art will provide an overview of the work currently prod...
Helen Nestor: Personal and Political
The Oakland Museum of California celebrates the acquisition of the archive of Berkeley photographer ...
John Gutmann: Culture Shock
Focusing on a group of 100 photographs selected by the artist to exemplify more...
MEDI(t)Ations: Adrian Piper’s Videos, Installations, Performances, and Soundworks 1968-1992
MOCA at California Plaza MEDI(t)Ations is a survey of Adrian Piper’s work f...
Boy with Iguanas and Other Selections from the Photography Collection
Take a fresh look at the Museum’s expanding photography holdings and learn the art of building a me...
Telling tales: the child in contemporary photography
An exhibition of contemporary photography that explores representations of children and childhood by...
Altered States of America: Catherine Opie
In her first solo exhibition in the United Kingdom, American photographer Catherine Opie presents ...
Altered States Of America: It's A Great Party, A Retrospective of Photographs by Nat Finkelstein
It was a great party; a speed freaks dream. The American fantasia full of fun, frolic and forget...
Altered States of America: Julius Shulman
In a career which spans eight decades, Julius Shulman is considered one of the world's leading a...
corinne_whitaker.uncom
Computer-generated art and its three dimensional expression are the subjects of a new exhibi...
Charlotte Salomon: Life or Theatre
In response to personal tragedies and a world darkening with the rise of ...
Urban Dingo: The Art of Lin Onus (1948-1996)
Lin Onus was a Melbourne based artist of Yorta Yorta and Scottish heritage, acknowledged as ...
South Australian Living Artist Week
SALA Week Celebrates the talent and imagination of artists living and working in South Australia. ...
Bill Seaman: Red Dice
Red Dice is Bill Seaman's homage to the innovative 19th century French poet Stéphane Mallarmé (1...
RECENT ACQUISITIONS OF CONTEMPORARY ART 1997 TO 2000
Every year, many exciting works of art are added to The Winnipeg ...
Raphael and His Circle Drawings from Windsor Castle
his exhibition contains 66 drawings by Raphael and his circle fro...
MAGIC MOMENTS
The Johannesburg Civic Gallery presents Magic Moments, an exhibition that explores differen...
EGON SCHIELE AND AUSTRIAN EXPRESSIONISM Fondazione Antonio Mazzotta, Milan
Following the 1999 exhibition Gustav Klimt and the Ori...
RENT
RENT is a kind of survey of Australian contemporary art ‘post appropriation’. It s...
Jorge Pardo
What is art's role in society? Can art be utilised and if so, for what? The Californian artist Jorg...
Ryoichi Majima: Majim Art in Shibukawa
Focusing on the theme of eating, Majima has developed a unique ...
Leon Golub: Paintings 1950 - 2000
Curated by writer, critic and lecturer Jon Bird, this exhibition spans 50 years of the artist's work...
DUTCH DRAWINGS 1580-1850
The famous Dutch drawings in the Teyler Museum were mostly acquired before ...
Tim Hawkinson
Unlikely waste materials are used in constructions that mimic the workings of various machines and i...
Women of Stone: Harriet Feigenbaum and Barbara Segal
This exhibition highlights work by two women who carve stone in distinctive ...
Sheron Rupp Photographs: In Montana with Beth
Born in Mansfield, Ohio in 1943, Sheron Rupp moved to New England after graduating from Deni...
Art Now:Knut Åsdam: Psychasthenia (10)
Art Now is a programme of contemporary art at Tate Britain which aims to provoke awareness a...
Call for Papers: ichim2001, Milan
Paper proposals are invited for the Sixth International Cultural Heritage Informatics ...
Transformers
Transformers looks at the dichotomy of passive and active states of engagement in relation to the co...
Rita McBride, Secession Tower
The interest of the American artist Rita McBride centers around the question whether and how the rel...
Donations from Ann and Juergen Wilde's Photographic Collection made to the Sprengel Museum Hannover
Ann and Jürgen Wilde's photographic collection has been on permanent loan to the Sprenge...
Americanos: Latino Life in the United States
In a unique partnership, The Mexican Fine Arts Center Museum and The Field Museum present the...
From the Inside Out: Highlights from the Rare Book Collection
Natural science volumes by well-known authors, artists and nature professionals will be spotligh...
Art and Technology - A new Unity: The Bauhaus 1923 - 1932
The Bauhaus Dessau Foundation will be holding its summer exhibition from August 10 to October...
VIRTUOSO WORKS ON PAPER BY GEORGIA O'KEEFFE
Drawing on new scholarship and including many rarely seen works from p...
City Life: Around the Eight
During the first quarter of the 20th century, a group of American painters known as the Eight set ...
Zen Master Sesshû and his followers
In collaboration with the Japanese Yamaguchi Prefectural Museum, the Helsinki City Art Museum will p...
Rembrandt in Various States: Etchings from the British Museum and the Rijksmuseum
In the second half of the Rijksmuseum's bicentenary year the theme of ...
CALL FOR ENTRIES - American Landscape: New Media/New Century Award
The Smithsonian American Art Museum is accepting proposals for original web-based pr...
Auguste Rodin: Sculptor
Auguste Rodin was one of the historical giants of sculpture, credited with revolutionizing the way...
Scandinavia House: The Nordic Center in America
The American-Scandinavian Foundation is establishing Scandinavia House - The Nordic Center in Americ...
The Japanese Art of Tea: Modern teaware from the collections of the Tanabe Art Museum
The Meilahti Gallery of the Helsinki City Art Museum will present a small-scale exhibition of Japane...
Tribal Traditions: Village and Nomadic Weaving of Anatolia
Flatwoven rugs, grain and saddlebags are decorated with bold patterns and designs that identify the...
Crafting a Jewish Style: The Art of the Bezalel Academy, 1906-1996
Crafting a Jewish Style is the first exhibition of its type to bring together work from the early ...
Framing Ourselves: an exploration of the South African female identity by two young women artists
Female perspectives, bodies, and voices will come to life in an exciting new exhibition opening nex...
Practising Beauty
Catherine Bagnall and Kathy Barry explore that customary image of beauty: the ...
Shaun Kirby: Gasfittter
Shaun Kirby will present new work following his recent research in Europe, particularly the Netherl...
Master Drawings from the Cleveland Museum of Art
In the past 80 years, the Cleveland Museum of Art has built an outstanding collection of dra...
Before and After the End of Time: Architecture and the Year 1000
Organized by Christine Smith, Marion and Robert Weinberg ...
Drawn from My Soul: The Art of J. Michael Walker
This exhibition features more than a dozen of Walker's large-scale religion inspired ...
The Painter and the Surveyor
rom the 16th century, closer attention to the outside world became prevalent. Both the countryside a...
Between Two Worlds: The Art of Poland 1890-1914
The end of the 19th century was a period of artistic innovation that produced major art movements ...
Impressionist Masterworks from the National Gallery of Canada
Impressionist Masterworks from the National Gallery of Canada is a collection of 13 exquisite painti...
MAN - Body in Art from 1950 to 2000
Perceptions of the body are shifting along with changes in the human condition. Over the past ...
OPEN2OOO: 3rd edition of the International Exhibition of Sculptures and Installations
The title of the exhibition, OPEN, has exactly this aim: open the boundaries of art and make the dia...
2001 Artist-in-Residence: Workshop Program for Japanese Woodblock Printmaking
The Nagasawa Art Park Artist-in-Residence: Workshop Program for Japanese Woodblock Printmaking is a ...
INVITES ARTISTS TO ENTER JURIED EXHIBIT
Artists living within 30 miles of Keene are invited to enter the 2000 Biennial Regional Juror's Cho...
The New Frontier: Art and Television 1960-65
Since the late nineteenth century, avant-garde artists have engaged with the most adva...
THE DARKER SIDE OF PLAYLAND: Childhood Imagery from the Logan Collection
Third in a series of presentations from the Kent and Vicki Logan Collection of contemporary ar...
Six Paintings from the Former Collection of Mr. and Mrs. John Hay Whitney on Loan from the Greentree Foundation
The Greentree Foundation has generously lent to The Frick Collection for a period of one year six ...
Mission to Mir
The countdown has begun. Audiences grounded on planet Earth will soon have the opportunity to soar ...
EVOLUTION: Recent acquisitions for the collection
Gold Coast City Art Gallery is proud to host an exhibition that showcases a selection of works recen...
A - Multiples - Exhibition with Installations, pictures, and objects.
The artist, Petra Kanke, combines paper with found metal and wooden objects to form artefacts of mag...
Design for Museums, Galleries and other Cultural Institutions
This seminar takes a fresh look at some of the ground covered in the highly successful and extremely...
Call for Arrtists: Environmental Labortory
The King County Public Art Program, working in partnership with the Wastewater Treatment Division, i...
Oceanic Exhibit Opens
These days, the elevator that takes you to the fourth floor of th...
TELEPHONES: CHRISTIAN MARCLAY
Telephones is a video work which utilizes an archive of film clips from Hollywood film history, recr...
John Howe in Minnesota: The Prairie School Legacy of Frank Lloyd Wright
John (Jack) Howe was Frank Lloyd Wright’s talented chief draftsman f...
Romantic Landscape: The Norwich School of Painters, 1803-1833
British artists have rarely demonstrated strong regional identities. Historically, they have ...
The Unilever Series: Louise Bourgeois
Each year for the next five years, Unilever sponsorship will enable Tate Modern to commissio...
Herzog & de Meuron at Bankside
The first exhibition in Britain devoted to the work of Herzog & de Meuron, the Swiss-based a...
Between Cinema and a Hard Place
Between Cinema and a Hard Place is a unique survey of art at the end of the twentieth centur...
A Distant Muse: Orientalist Works from the Dahesh Museum of Art
171 years later Victor Hugo's words appear extraordinarily prescient. Today, the ...
Arthur Miller at Work: The Photographs of Inge Morath
Fine art photographer Inge Morath has created a compelling body of photographs of noted American ...
David Bunn: Falk Visiting Artist
The recent work of Los Angeles-based artist David Bunn focuses upon a nearly archaic ...
OCAF Members' art exhibit opens
Beginning September 1st, more than ninety pieces of contemporary fine art and crafts by members of...
FIVE DECADES OF JULES OLITSKI
The exhibition details Olitski’s evolution from the early paintings from the 1950s, to ...
Intrinsic Book Collection
The Intrinsic Book is an exhibition of artists’ books in traditional and contemporary form, ...
Dürer's Passions: PRINTS AND DRAWINGS OF THE PASSION OF CHRIST
The Harvard University Art Museums will present a landmark exhibition ex...
The Floor Show
Curated by decorative arts historian, Grace Jeffers, this exhibition presents the history ...
Swell: PATRICIA PICCININI
Swell is an immersive video installation that focuses on the changing nature of space, commerce and ...
S A L L Y S M A R T P A R A M E T E R S H E A D : A L A R O N D E
Sally Smart was born in South Australia and studied at the South Australian School of Art from 1978...
Steve Ouditt: Creole Processing Zone [with English subtitles]
For a period of three weeks over the summer, the Trinidadian-based art...
A MIROUR POLISSHED BRYGHT: REFLECTIONS OF CHAUCER, 1400-2000
The 600th anniversary of Geoffrey Chaucer's death will be commemorated in this exhibition, the cent...
Wolf Kahlen: Retrospectives 2000-2003, Part IV; Since Gutenberg: Books/Photos/Internet
The consciouness mediating character of a potato is no different from that of the internet by a mil...
POP Impact: from Johns to Warhol
Pop art, based on slick, new commodities, the flashy graphics of advertising and the crassness of co...
Call to Artists: Mixed Media Art Prize
Entries for the $10,000 art prize close on the 15th September. The prize is open to all artists pra...
The Liminal Body: an exhibition of the work of Jon Baturin (Can), Farrell and Parkin (Aus), Sue Fox (UK), Dieter Huber (Ost), Bill Jacobson (USA) and Diana Thorneycroft (Can).
At a time when the world will be fixated on the body pressed to its extreme, this ...
Amazons of the Avant-Garde: Alexandra Exter, Natalia Goncharova, Liubov Popova, Olga Rozanova, Varvara Stepanova,
The exhibition focuses on the work of six ...
From Above: Photographs of Houston by Alex S. MacLean
Twenty-five startling views of the city of Houston, ...
Moira Dryer: Painting
A survay exhibition of Moira Dryer's most accomplished large-scale abstractions from 1989-1992. The ...
Remington and Russell: Masterpieces of the American West from the Amon Carter Museum
To see one of the nation's premier collection of works by the masters of American Western art, Fred...
Moments in Time: Master Photographs from the Currier
Moments in Time: Master Photographs from the Currier showcases the rare and historic photographs co...
INTERNATIONALLY-ACCLAIMED CAMERA ARTIST VIK MUNIZ REMAKES HISTORY
The Frick Art & Historical Center, Pittsburgh, presents its first exhibition of contemporary art, ...
Lewis Watts: Photographs
West Coast photographer Lewis Watts trains his camera on urban life, especially that ...
Lezley Saar: Africans, Rap Thugs-n-Dimes
Pairing African tribal faces ...
An Active Life
Incorporating the ideals of a ...
A Brush with Nature: The Gere Collection of Landscape Oil Sketches
New York audiences will have a unique opportunity this fall to see a remarkable collection of smal...
Canceled: Exhibiting Experimental Art in China
Exhibition raises questions about artistic freedom, censorship, and the relationship between experim...
Martin Kippenberger: Hotel Drawings and The Happy End of Franz Kafka s Amerika
Martin Kippenberger (1953-1997) was one of the most complex and prolific German artists of his gener...
CONCERTED COMPASSIONISM
Concerted Compassionism presents the work of three artists who are addressing the problem of ...
Horizons and Aphorisms: Jondi Keane
Horizons and Aphorisms, an installation by Brisbane artist Jondi Keane will leave the viewer wonderi...
Scenes of American Life: Treasures from the Smithsonian American Art Museum
Scenes of American Life: Treasures from the Smithsonian American Art Museum presents o...
Jorge Pardo: Project
Jorge Pardo will bring his expanded notion of art practice to Dia Center for the Arts with a projec...
Chemistry: Art in South Australian 1990-2000 The Faulding Exhibition
Dynamic and edgy, highlighting the scope, diversity and energy of local artists, this survey inclu...
Inscapes: Illuminated Passages by Brian Portman
Paintings by Brian Portman (born 1960) depict vast, ...
Christoph Draeger
September's studio-visit is with Christoph Draeger. He's quite a versatile artist who has an interes...
BILL VIOLA
This exhibition presents the work of Los Angeles artist Bill Viola featuring three video in...
AMERICAN HOLLOW
A nationally touring exhibition, AMERICAN HOLLOW features 60 black-and-white and color photographs ...
Magna Mater: Reflections on Women of Mythology, History and Literature to Benefit Seeds of Peace
The Magna Mater exhibit is a vibrant reflection on women of mythology, history and literatur...
Moving Cities: Australian Artists in Berlin 2000
The Australian Embassy, Berlin, Germany in conjunction with the Australia Centre, University of Pots...
Sigmar Polke Works from the Froehlich Collection
Sigmar Polke (born 1941) has been a central figure in German art ever since the appearance of his fi...
Ray Johnson: Correspondences
Ray Johnson: Correspondences, organized by the Wexner Center, will be on view at the center Septembe...
Roy Lichtenstein: Mirror Paintings, 1963 – 1997
In succession to 'Andy Warhol: A Factory', the Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg presents another classic of US...
Udomsak Krisanamis
The Wexner Center has organized an exhibition that features more than 30 artworks by Thai artist Udo...
Visions, Fragments, and Impressions: French Nineteenth-Century Drawings and Bronzes from the Collection of Herbert and Carol Diamond
The exhibition includes works by masters such as Paul Cézanne, Camille Corot, Edgar Degas, Henri ...
TURNAROUND: Bob & Robert Smith, 26 Instructions
If you've ever needed inspiration to be creative then help is at hand. Bob & Roberta Smith will be ...
Reconstruction in Picardy, after 1918
Once the ruins had been cleared away and the trenches filled in, the entire region had to be r...
Charlottesville Collects
Drawn from more than sixty private collections in the Charlottesville area, this major exhibition fe...
Suburbia: Photographs by Bill Owens
The American dream is inextricably intertwined with the American identity and may be both our strong...
From Rembrandt to Rauschenberg: Recently Acquired Prints
Since the last exhibition of recent acquisitions exactly six years ago, important purchases and gene...
Mary Frank: Encounters
Forty works provide a comprehensive overview of work completed by Mary Frank ...
CY TWOMBLY: The Sculpture
CY TWOMBLY: The Sculpture presents a compre...
North and South: Berenice Abbott's U.S. Route 1
During the summer of 1954, photographer Berenice Abbott set off with two companions to tour the expa...
Bridget Riley: Reconnaissance
Bridget Riley's influential paintings from the 1960s and 1970s long ago secured a prominent place i...
Walter Niedermayr
The Centre for Contemporary Images is glad to present a Walter Niedermayr’s ...
7th Annual International Miniature Art Awards and Exhibition
Gold Coast City Art Gallery is pleased to host the 7th Annual Australian International Miniature Art...
FOCUS: Stan Douglas
Canadian artist Stan Douglas researches and produces film and video pro...
Painting Zero Degree
Beginning September 23, visitors to the Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art will ...
Philip Guston: A New Alphabet Brings Pivotal Group of Paintings Together for First Time
In 1967, the American artist Philip Guston (1913-80) left Manhattan and settled in rural Woodstock,...
The Embodied Image: Chinese Calligraphy from the John B. Elliott Collection
The most important and comprehensive exhibition of ...
LOUISE DAHL-WOLFE: THE AMERICAN IMAGE
The Center for Creative Photography (CCP) at the University of Arizona and The Museum at the Fashion...
Degas to Matisse: Impressionist and Modern Masterworks from the Detroit Institute of Arts September 23 through January 21, 2001 FUTURE . . . Wayne Thiebaud: A Paintings Retrospective Fe
This special loan exhibition of 19th and 20th century modern masterpieces is drawn from The Robert T...
Proscenium: A Neon Installation by Stephen Antonakos
The Neuberger Museum of Art's massive Theater Gallery will be transformed with ...
Crossing State Lines: Texas Art from the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
Breaking away from traditional notions of regionalism, ...
Pierre Bruneau Phosphorescence
The Art Gallery of the University Bishops in collaboration with Centennial Thea...
The 14th Annual Writer's Eye Competition
The Writers Eye competition fuses the creative spirit of artists a...
ULTRABAROQUE: ASPECTS OF POST-LATIN AMERICAN ART
UltraBaroque: Aspects of Post-Latin American Art, organi...
Egyptian Art at Eton College: Selections from the Myers Museum
During the late 19th century, British military man William Joseph Myers amassed one of the finest ...
Christian Jankowski: The MATRIX Effect/MATRIX 142
Young Berlin-based video artist Christian Jankowski drew international attention with his ...
Rembrandt Creates Rembrandt: Art and Ambition in Leiden, 1629-1631
Ten paintings, including the Gardner's early Self Portrait, and ten etchings from ...
Glee: Painting Now
With the Y2K scare little but a distant memory, it is clear that the Internet is here to...
Tony Foster: World Views
Over the past two decades, British artist Tony Foster (b.1946) has trekked across the world, cap...
Olli Lyytikäinen: It’s all yours – pitäkää hyvänä
Art and life entwine in the mythical figure of Olli ...
Life Imprints by Lieve Prins: The Copier as Camera
Life Imprints by Lieve Prins: The Copier as Camera showcases work by one of the pioneers of copy a...
An Acre of Art
An Acre of Art will reflect the focused engagement of artists Mark Knierim and ...
FRANK BENSON: AMERICAN IMPRESSIONIST
He was one of the last great American Impressionists and among the most ...
In the Presence of Spirits
Sumptuous design and sculptural innovation meet spiritual power in the new exhibition of a...
Open Ends
Open Ends, the final cycle of the MoMA2000 exhibitions, explores the period from 1960 to the present...
Couples: Photographs by Mariana Cook
Photographer Mariana Cook has received national acclaim for her portraits of mothers and sons, fath...
California Species: Biological Art & Illustration
Science and art meet in the exhibition California Species: Biological Art & Illus...
Franz Marc: Horses
Harvard’s Busch-Reisinger Museum will present an exhibition offering an intimate look at Franz Marc’...
Back from School: Group exhibition, curated by Edwin Carels
Back from School is a thematic group exhibition at De Vleeshal and De Kabinetten van De ...
Who Stole the Tee Pee
This exhibition features 25 historical works from the NMAI collection, and more than 40 works by con...
New Glass Review 22 Competition Deadline October 15
Deadline for New Glass Review 22 Competition Artists interested ...
Performing Bodies
Tate Modern presents four evenings of film...
Art and the Empire City: New York, 1825–1861
This landmark exhibition explores the history of ...
A Shot in the Dark: Night Photographs by Larry Miller, Lynne Saville and Jill Waterman
Night is a time of mystery, intrigue and excitement. Familiar sites take on altered appearances once...
O Narcisse, ma soeur...
The myth of Narcissus has marked the history of painting since the Renais...
Corinne Day: Diary
Corinne Day, ex-model and self-taught photographer, presents her first solo e...
John 'Hoppy' Hopkins - From the Hip: The 1960s
In 1960, John Hoppy Hopkins launched his photographic career in London, captu...
Ceramic National 2000
This internationally acclaimed exhibition returns with over 60 works by the top ...
Lee Krasner
This major touring retrospective of Brooklyn-born Lee Krasner (1908-1984), including sixty major pa...
PUBLIC OPENING OF THE MODERN GLASS GALLERY
The renovation and redesign of the Art and History Galleries fin...
Eric Carle's From Paper to Print Is the New Exhibit in Kidspace at MASS MoCA
From Paper to Print, the newest exhibition in Kidspace at MASS MoCA, features 43 original illustrat...
Surreal Anatomies: Works on Paper by Hans Bellmer and Dorothea Tanning
This exhibit will feature prints by Hans Bellmer and Dorothea Tanning from the Carlos Museum and th...
Clearly Brilliant: A Decade of Pilchuck Glass School's Emerging Artists in Residence
In celebration of the 10th anniversary of Pilchuck Glass Schools Emerging Artist ...
ALMOST WARM AND FUZZY: Childhood and Contemporary Art
Various views of childhood—a mix of innocence and nostalgia, comic-strip ...
Alice Neel
Alice Neels daring portraits of people and places are am...
October 2000 Issue:
October's studio-visit is Allison Nowlin. She's a young photographer who has the gift of sharing her...
Emotional Rescue: The ContemporaryArtProject Collection
In keeping with its mission of providing Seattle audiences with the opportunity to view contemporary...
Heka: Magic and bewitchment in Ancient Egypt
The association of Egypt with magic and occ...
David Hockney - A Print Retrospective
David Hockney is acknowledged as one of the greatest draughtsmen and printmakers of the Twentieth ce...
QUO VADIS: 25 years of the IMA
Throughout October and November, the Institute of Modern Art will take you on a journey of contempor...
Malerie Marder
Young American artist, Malerie Marder, creates vivid colour photographs which are highly studied ...
Outart Festival Of Oklahoma
IAO will host during the month of October the 2nd Annual Art Show for Outart. 17 artists su...
Inspiration of Three Countries
The Sunflower Centre, Jalan Sabit Merah, Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia will play host to a special art ex...
Open House Celebration to Inaugurate Large-Scale Work in Fluorescent Light by Dan Flavin
The Chinati Foundation is pleased to announce the inauguration of a new permanent ...
Drawing Space: Contemporary Indian Drawings
The intimate connection between Britain and India maps an unusual path ...
CELEBRATING MODERN ART: The Anderson Collection
Over the past thirty-five years Harry W. and Mary Margaret Anderson have assembled one of th...
National Endowment for the Arts Receives $7 Million Increase
Thursday, the US Senate passed appropriations legislation granting the National Endowment for the A...
TERESITA FERNÁNDEZ
SITE Santa Fe presents New York-based artist TERESITA FERN...
THE RECENT WORKS OF MONA HATOUM
For SITE Santa Fe, MONA HATOUM will be presenting a collection of 12 – 14 of her newest ...
USEby: Asia Pacific Initiatives Project
USEby: Asia Pacific Initiatives Project inauguarates a series of international ...
Radcliffe Bailey: The Magic City
An exhibition of new paintings by Radcliffe Bailey, an Atlanta-based contemporary artist.  ...
Antioch: The Lost Ancient City
This landmark exhibition brings the ancient cit...
Art Nouveau, 1890-1914
Art Nouveau,1890-1914, the largest and most comprehensive exhibition on the ...
Indivisible: Stories of American Community
This exhibition presents ...
Utopia and Reality: Modernity in Sweden 1900 - 1960
A new time, a new society, a new person needs new images, new buildings and new ...
Amazons in the Drawing Room: The Art of Romaine Brooks
This is the first large-scale American exhibition of her work since the 1970 retrospective exhibitio...
2000 BC: THE BRUCE CONNER STORY PART II
The first major survey of the artist's career, this exhibition includes ...
Life of the People: Realist Prints and Drawings from the Ben and Beatrice Goldstein Collection, 1912-1948
If pictures tell a thousand words then the prints and drawings collected by Ben and Beatrice Golds...
The Golden Deer of Eurasia: Scythian and Sarmatian Treasures from the Russian Steppes
This exhibition displays spectacular finds of gold and ...
Tony DeLap
This exhibition, organized by the Orange County Museum of Art and curated by guest curator Bru...
Gold of the Nomads: Scythian Treasures from Ancient Ukraine
The first major exhibition of Scythian art in the United States in more than a quarter century, the ...
Stephan Fisher: Chimeras
Pennsylvania-born artist Stephan Fisher uses charcoal, graphite, ink, and wash on paper to draw impe...
Jacob Lawrence: The Toussaint L'Ouverture Series
The Norton Museum of Art opens a new exhibition entitled Jacob Lawrenc...
Jan van Leeuwen
Gallery 24 is pleased to announce an exhibition of Cyanotypes and Van Dyke Kallitypes by Dutch art...
Secret World of the Forbidden City: Splendors from China's Imperial Palace
Forbidden City allows a rare glimpse of the opulence and heritage of the Chinese Imperial court unde...
La Flor y la Calavera: Altars and Offerings for the Days of the Dead
La Flor y la Calavera: Altars and Offerings for the Days of the Dead features altars and artworks by...
Of Myth and Memory: Paiute and Shoshone Baskets of Owens Valley, California
A new Museum exhibition explores the woven legacy of the Paiute and Shoshone Indians... ...
Eulalia Valldosera: Works 1990 - 2000
Since 1990, Eulalia Valldosera (Vilafranca del Penedes, Barcelona, 1963) has ...
LIMBURG COLLECTION III: Dom Hans van der Laan
As part of the Limburg Collection project an exhibition will take place around the monk architect Do...
Roman Signer: Works 1971 - 2000
This is special exhibition of works by the Swiss artist Roman Signer. Under the tit...
The Art of Twentieth Century Zen: Paintings and Calligraphy by Japanese Masters
This exhibition includes more than 70 paintings and calligraphies created by 14 Ja...
LINEAGE : the Architecture of Daniel Libeskind
Born in postwar Poland, he is well-known for introducing a new critical discourse into ar...
New Work - James Angus
Remember when you pulled a face as a child and you were told if the wind bl...
An American Century of Photography: From Dry-Plate to Digital, The Hallmark Photographic Collection
This survey of 242 vintage photographic prints — from the mid-1880s to the present — provides a broa...
Weegee's World: Life, Death, and the Human Drama
The raucous, gritty, exuberant, and sometimes tender images of Weegee (Arthur Fellig, 1899-1968), on...
Telling Time: The relationship between time and the still image.
Paintings could be described as timeless - you can't talk meaningfully about a picture's beginning ...
Utopia: The Search for the Ideal Society in the Western World
Is a perfect society attainable in an ...
FROM REMBRANDT TO RUBENS AND MONET TO MATISSE, EXHIBITION PRESENTS ACQUISITIONS OF THE LAST DECADE AT THE NATIONAL GALLERY
Art for the Nation: Collecting for a New Century brings ...
Brand.New
Brand.new is an exhibition that takes a fresh, new approach to the diversity of international contem...
Rembrandt in Various States, Part II: Etchings from the British Museum and the Rijksmuseum
In the second half of the Rijksmuseum's bicentenary year the theme of ...
MARC CHAGALL: THE LIGHT OF ORIGINS, paintings, works on paper, tapestries, lithographs 1949-1977
An exhibition of original works by 20th century European master, Marc Chagall; paintings and works o...
Spectacular Bodies: The Art & Science of the Human Body from Leonardo to Now
The human body is an astounding feat of engineering. For centuries, man has striven to understand it...
Anno Domini: Jesus Through the Centuries
Two thousand years after his birth, the life and teachings of Jesus continue to shape our ...
Black to Basics and 1+1=1
This exhibition will look at this by examining Boomalli in both historical and political contexts. B...
Light! Art, technology and society in the Industrial Age, 1750-1900
Man has always been fascinated by light. In the very beginning, magical powers were attributed to it...
Giorgio Armani
Giorgio Armani offers a thematic look at the designer's evo...
Mark Wallinger: Credo
This mid-career retrospective exhibition of Mark Wallinger's work is the most comprehens...
Mexico: From Empire to Revolution. A Two-Part Exhibition Features Rare Photographs of Mexican History
Mexico: From Empire to Revolution is a two-part Getty Research Institute ...
Made in California: Art, Image, and Identity, 1900–2000
Made in California: Art, Image, and Identity, 1900-2000, is a landmark exhibition that addresses ...
Yasuhiro Ishimoto Photographs: Traces of Memory
Though he was born in San Francisco in 1921, Yasuhiro Ishimoto spent most of his childhood in Japan,...
Matt Mullican: More Details from an Imaginary Universe
The Details from an Imaginary Universe are details of places th...
COLORING: NEW WORK BY GLENN LIGON
Glenn Ligon has been internationally recognized for paintings and prints that use language as bo...
The Year One: Art of the Ancient World East and West
This unprecedented exhibition cuts across geographical and cultural boundaries to present a global...
Matisse: The Art of Drawing
Henri Matisse (France 1869-1954) was a master of the art of drawing. His work reveals a lifetime'...
INSTRUMENTAL: An exhibition of Australian luthiers
Australian stringed instrument makers are widely regarded but rarely displayed in their own right. ...
Gladiators and Caesars, the power of spectacle in ancient Rome
The British Museum is presenting a special exhibition, Gladiators and Caesars, th...
Mosaic - A Living Art: An Anglo-Italian Celebration
Historic and contemporary mosaics from Britain and Italy showing the work of some of the man...
Significant Others
This exhibition gathers together three centuries of portraits by Scottis...
20th International Festival for Film Video and New Media
VIPER presents films, videos, CD-ROMs and Internet work done by artists on a current and internat...
Tiffany: Behind the Glass
A highly interactive exhibition of glassworks by legendary master ...
Turner Prize
Tate Britain is home of the Turner Prize, awarded annually to a British artist under 50 for ...
La Biennale de Montréal 2000
The Biennale de Montréal is an event bringin...
The Rich Life and the Dance: Weavings from Roman, Byzantine, and Islamic Egypt
The Harvard University Art Museums will exhibit more than 100 Egyptian textile fragments and tunics ...
Forbidden Art: The Postwar Russian Avant-Garde
Forbidden Art: The Postwar Russian Avant-Garde presents 77 works by Soviet underground artists who ...
The second Afforable Art Fair, Contemporary Art Under 2,000 pounds
The second Affordable Art Fair will be London and the UKs biggest Art Fair, with over 100 ...
FRIENDLY WITNESSES: The Worlds of Warren Sonbert
Warren Sonbert, an independent filmmaker renowned for his avant-garde, diarist style, began ...
Adrian Piper: A Retrospective, 1965 - 2000 and MEDI(t)Ations
Adrian Piper played a formative role in the emergence of Conceptual art in the 1960s and ...
WOLFGANG LAIB EXHIBITION BEGINS TOUR AT THE HIRSHHORN
Feather-edged rectangles of yellow pollen on the floor, a precisely carved slab of white marble with...
The Blue Bower: Rossetti in the 1860s
Dante Gabriel Rossetti (1828-82) is best known for his early Pre-Raphaelite painti...
The Long View
The Museum of Modern Art and The Municipal Art Society of New York will collaborate on a series of ...
2nd UK Space Art Forum: Call for participation - ideas for zero gravity
The UK Space Art Forum is a meeting point for artists who have made or want to make work for Space...
Double Feature: New Works by Nick Crowe and Gary Hill
From October 28, 2000, to January 15, 2001, the San Francisco Museum of Modern ...
First Exhibition to Explore Dynamic Impact of Aluminum on Design Tours to New York, Montréal, Miami, Detroit, and London.
The first major museum exhibition to explore how aluminum has inspired creati...
Inaugural Exhibtion: S.O.S. - Scenes of Sounds
Skidmore's Tang Teaching Museum and Art ...
Call for Artists: Seattle City Light Photographer-in-Residence
A photographer will be commissioned to be in-residence for approximately four ...
New Hampshire and Vermont Artists Win Awards in Regional Show
The Best in Show honor was awarded to Tafi Brown of Alstead for a hand-stitched quilt called Asakusa...
HHMI Purchases Geis Archives
The Howard Hughes ...
ART NOW - Cerith Wyn Evans: Cleave 00
Art Now is a programme of contemporary art at Tate Britain which aims to promote awarene...
GUGGENHEIM AND HERMITAGE MUSEUMS ANNOUNCE JOINT INITIATIVE AT THE VENETIAN IN LAS VEGAS
Dr. Mikhail Shwydkoi, Minister of Culture of the Russian Federation; Thomas Krens, Directo...
Audubon's Wilderness Palette: The Birds of Canada
Admired as both an artist and naturalist, John James Audubons (1785-1851) ...
Raphael and His Circle: Drawings from Windsor Castle
The major traveling exhibition Raphael and His Circle: Drawings from ...
Impression: Painting Quickly in France, 1860-1890
The exhibition brings together some 70 works by the leading Impressionist masters, tracing the dev...
Call for Nominations
Just three months are left for members of the public to submit nominations for the FNB Vita Art Pri...
Merit Award Program Winners Announced For February Buyers Market of American Craft
The Rosen Group has announced the Merit Award Program winners for the February, 2001, Philadelphia B...
Applications are being accepted until 7. January 2001 for Bauhaus Kolleg 2, Second Trimester - Event City, Urban spatial node - an architectural blueprint
Frankfurt am Main is planning to erect a new district, the European quarter, around an urban entert...
SPIRIT OF THE MASK
Masks are more than just simple disguises. They turn the secular world into the sacred and the munda...
Pre-eminent Artist Ginny Ruffner Creates Special Installation: Mind Garden
Mind Garden, an installation by nationally known artist Ginny Ruffner, will be presented by the Se...
Virginia Wright-Frierson: 2000, A Year in Paintings
This exhibition explores a year in an artist's life, filled with ...
International Artexpo California Opens
By bringing the top buyers and sellers from all over the world together fo...
The Art of Acts and Space
Documents on Finnish performances from the 1980's are on view in Room X. The exhibition also feature...
Nordic Design: The Generation X
This inaugural exhibition at Scandinavia House: The Nordic Center in North America is a lively surve...
The power and the packaging... 17 Days of Shopping - A Photographic Installation
The latest exhibition at the Michael Hirschfeld Gallery gives a disconcerting new slant on that fam...
Rain of the Moon: Silver in Ancient Peru
Ancient Peruvian silver—one of the three metals ...
Out of Focus: A film based exhibition
Detroit Contemporary presents Out of Focus, a film based exhibition including installations, film p...
Jennifer Radcliff and Gregory Cameron: Member Curated Exhibition (MCE)
The Ohio Art League is pleased to announce its November Member Curated Exhibition. The paintings of...
Getting It Together in the Country: Rodney Graham
Rodney Graham’s first exhibition in Vancouver since 1996 will present three very recent ...
Call for Entries: Second Annual International Festival of Time-Based Media
The Second Annual International Festival of Time-Based Media Presented by the University of Southern...
Bypaths: An Exhibit of Net Works that Deal with the Subject of Impermanence, Presented as Installations
Participating Artists in the exhibition are Diane Bertolo, Angie Eng and Annette Weintraub. The exh...
Call to Artists: INTERNATIONAL DIGITAL ART AWARD (IDAA)
ArtistsOwnRegistry and Gallery (AOR) will host the world's first on-line International ...
LARISSA HJORTH: NOSEGAY NON POPULAR SOUND PRINCESS
Smell cinema is a phenomenon widely used in Tokyo to sell products with an accompanying experience. ...
Paintings on Paper Featuring The Work of Laylah Ali
Paintings on Paper is an exhibit of small-scale works (1996-1999) by provocative Boston-based artis...
Paul Gauguin: A Distant Paradise
The exhibition features thirteen paintings, ...
34th Art Cologne Opened Yesterday
With ART COLOGNE, Germany's most important art fair, is held each November. Since its founding in 19...
Art and Design in Italian Glass: The Steinberg Foundation Collection, New Exhibition Presents Glass from Murano, 1930 -1970
This exhibition will present a selection from the comprehensive collection of Italian art glass bel...
ArtArt: Selected Works from the Faculty of Art and Design, Monash University.
ArtArt is a survey exhibition of works by Monash University students. The exhibits are by third year...
Cedar People: Ancestors Living Among Us
The Art Gallery of Bishop's University is proud to present the exhibition Cedar People: Ancestors L...
Chorus of Light: Photographs from the Sir Elton John Collection
Considered one of the top photography collectors in the world, Sir Elton John has built a collecti...
Uta Barth: In Between Places
Compelling in its deceptive simplicity, Uta Barth's art questions the traditional function...
Continuous Replay: The Photographs of Arnie Zane
Best known as a cofounder of the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company, Arnie Zane actually began ...
Milton Glaser: Art is Work
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William Blake
This exhibition will take a fresh, bold look at the unique and innovative Romantic British ...
Modernism: A Century of Art and Design
MODERNISM was the first and remains the foremost late 19th and 20th centu...
David Claerbout: Present - Download an Amaryllis, Gerbera or a Rose for Your Computer
On November 9, 2000, Dia Center for the Arts will launch Present, a work devised by David Claerbout...
Ignatz' Nose Travels to Rice Art Gallery in New Installation by Martha Burgess
New York-based artist Martha Burgess will transform the Rice Gallery into a giant world of brightly ...
Call for Entries: Marion Oliver McCaw Hall Glass Commission
This is a national competition, open to all professional artists living in the United States. The K...
Urban Youth: Photographic exhibition of youth in Helsinki in 1955-2000
Urban Youth is an amusing, nostalgic and lifelike journey back in time that documents the life of yo...
Robots and Space Toys: The Robert Lesser Collection
An exhibition of more than 250 robots and related gadgets, many of which have never been exhibited b...
Three New Exhibitions: AT A REMOVE, curated by William Stover; MEDIA(TION): FRAGMENTATION AND ACCELERATION curated by L. Halsey Brown; and EYE WITNESS, an installation by TATANA KELLNER
AT A REMOVE, curated by William Stover, presents six artists; Gerard Byrne (Dublin, Ireland), Andrea...
Beyond the Vanishing Point: Media and Myth in America Photographs by Warren Neidich
Warren Neidich is one of America's most excitingly relevant photographers and video artists, says cu...
Bent & Broken Shafts of Light Lawrence Weiner
Lawrence Weiner (born 1942) is undoubtedly one of the most important, and also one of the most cons...
The Sacred Corner: Russian Icons from the Collection of Daniel Bibb
The term icon derives from the Greek word eikon, meaning likeness or image. Collector Daniel R. Bi...
Viktor Schreckengost and 20th-Century Design
For most of his 93 years, Viktor Schreckengost has produced pioneering work in painting, sculpture, ...
From Renoir to Picasso: Masterpieces from the Musée de l'Orangerie
Most great American art museums from New York to Chicago contain mas...
Flight Patterns
Flight Patterns explores the tradition and history of landscape representa...
Paul McCarthy
The first American museum survey of the work of Los Angeles artist Paul Mc...
Shifting Ground: Selected Works of Irish Art 1950 - 2000
Shifting Ground examines aspects of Irish art of the last 50 years through the eyes of five critics ...
The Duck Stamp Competition
The top 100 paintings of the yearly Federal Duck Stamp competition continu...
Views of the City: 1910–1949
Views of the City: 1910–1949 brings together a sele...
Remake Berlin: CleggandGuttmann, Astrid Klein, Remy Markowitsch, Boris Mikhailov, Juergen Teller, Frank Thiel, Celine van Balen and Stephen Wilks
Berlin-Mitte in September 2000. In the letter boxes door-to-door deliveries from the Republicans....
Persistence of Vision: Manuel Acevedo, Semonara Chowdhury, Richard Flint, Graham Gussin
The title of this show refers to the means by which film, video and multimedia fool the human eye in...
Hitchcock and Art: Fatal Coincidences
This bold, lavish and innovative exhibition is the first ever in which a ...
Chang Dai-chien: Master of the Three Perfections
Chang Dai-chien (1899-1983) is regarded as the one of the most versatile, prolific and well-traveled...
WILLIAM BAZIOTES: THE POETIC SPIRIT
The exhibition will present a survey by one of the New York School’s most enigma...
LOOM: Exploring the Weaving Loom and the Computer
Featuring artists who explore the relationship between the weaving loom and the computer. This incl...
The Still Lifes of Evaristo Baschenis: The Music of Silence
This exhibition is devoted to the paintings of Evaristo Baschenis (Bergamo, ...
WEFT & WARP
The JHB Civic Gallery, in conjunction with the MTN Art Institute, is delighted to be hosting an exh...
Making the building sing: An artistic tribute for one of the oldest mental hospitals in the nation
On November 18, the former Northampton State Hospital in Northampton, MA, will resound with the cho...
THE FILM AND VIDEO WORK OF CHRISTIAN JANKOWSKI AND ANRI SALA
From 4 November 2000 through 7 January 2001, De Appel will devote individual solo ...
FROM THE SUN KING TO THE ROYAL TWILIGHT: PAINTING IN EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY FRANCE FROM THE MUSEE DE PICARDIE, AMIENS
This exhibition comprises works by well-known masters, such as Francois Boucher, Jean-Simeon Chardin...
Nardo di Cione: Complete Alterpiece on Display after 150 Years
The exhibition celebrates the reunion of the Museum's Nardo di Cione altarpiece, Madonna and Child E...
The Mystical Arts of Tibet
The exhibition brings together 108 traditional art objects, including 23 exquisite watercolor tangka...
William Scharf: Paintings, 1984-2000
The dreamlike imagery and translucent colors of artist William Scharf have escaped definition throug...
Star-Spangled Presidents: Portraits by Liza Lou
The museum presents this installation to complement the Smithsonian's National Museum of Ameri...
Voyage of Discovery: The Landscape Photographs of Ray K. Metzker
The first museum survey of landscape images by this important American artist, Voyage of Discovery: ...
Dorothea Tanning: Birthday and Beyond
Painted in 1942, when Tanning was 32-years old, Birthday wa...
Ed Ruscha
Co-curated by Kerry Brougher, Chief Curator, Hirshhorn Museum, and Neal Benezra, Deputy ...
Call to Artists and Scientists to Participate in Mildura Palimpsest Number 4
Mildura Palimpsest is an opportunity for artists and scientists to meet, discuss, explore, present ...
November Issue: Linda Abraham
Novembers studio-visit is Lynda Abraham. Shes a 3-d artist who is delving into the weaknesses of peo...
Stephen Vitiello: In TWISTER, A Performance of Video and Live Sound
WPAC presents Stephen Vitiello in a video and live sound performance entitled TWISTER in the Grand A...
The Art of Giving in the Middle Ages
Through 20 illuminated manuscripts from the J. Paul Getty Museums ...
PUNCH'S PROGRESS: A CENTURY OF AMERICAN PUPPETRY
The character of Punch first appeared in America prior to the Revolutionary War when his destruction...
Muhammad Ali: The Birth of a Legend, Miami, 1961-1964 Photographs by Flip Schulke Photographs by Flip Schulke
In September 1960, Cassius Clay, a young boxer from Louisville, Kentucky, won a gold medal at the O...
Humanizing Landscapes: Geography, Culture and the Magoon Collection
Vassar College from October 5 - December 20 Come on a spectacular tour from the Old World to the N...
Robert Smithson: Films, Writings, Drawings
The American artist Robert Smithson (1938-1973) is a key figure of Land Art and, at the same time, a...
Astrid Fitzgerald: Cosmic Measures
This exhibition features constructions and works on paper by artist Astrid Fitzgerald of New ...
Dance…and tell your territories: Anne de Beaufort and Lliane Loots - a contemporary art anddance theatre exhibition
During the past two months the French artist, Anne de Beaufort and South African choreographer, Llia...
Disasters of War
P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center presents Disasters of War: Francisco ...
WANTED: GENERAL MANAGER
This is an exceptional job for an exceptional person. The IMA is one of Australia's major contempora...
Call for Papers: Cleveland Symposium 2001
The Cleveland Symposium, to be held at the Cleveland Museum of Art, Saturday, April 7, 2001. The sym...
Annual Christmas Tree and Neapolitan Baroque Creche
The Christmas tree and Neapolitan Baroque crèche at ...
Art and Time
Time passes, there is no stopping it. Man is powerless to do anything about it; at most, he feels i...
Changing Perceptions: The Panza Collection
The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao is pleased to present Changing Perceptions: The Panza Collection at the...
David Bailey: Birth of the Cool
The Helsinki City Art Museum’s exhibition David Bailey – Birth of the Cool at the Tennis Palace will...
JASON KEATS: white-wash / black leather shine
Jason Keats's performance-installation explores genealogy and the possibilities for re-writing indiv...
PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBIT CELEBRATES THE CULTURAL DIVERSITY OF OAKLAND'S CHILDREN - Our World: The Children of Oakland
The cultural and ethnic diversity of Oakland's youth is explored in the photography exhibit Our Worl...
Panamarenko: Orbit - First Major Exhibition in the United States of Belgian Artist
Panamarenko's experimental flying machines modeled on the motion of birds, insects, and human craft...
Call to Artists: Design Team Registry
The King County Public Art Program is seeking professional artists residing in the United States for...
GERVAISE PURCELL PHOTOGRAPHS: Beachwear 1947 - 1962
Gold Coast City Art Gallery is delighted to host an exhibition of selected photographs, by Gervaise ...
Apple TART: Virtual Tart meets the Big Apple Sponsored by Visual Arts League
In a rural province of New Zealand a backwater where cows, Rugby, beer and surf are the main interes...
SALON: Shortlist for this year's Painting Prize
SALON is an exhibition of recent painting by 10 young artists who live, work or have studied in Lon...
Daniel Olson: Small World
The Cambridge Galleries is pleased to present a solo exhibition of the work of Daniel Olson.  Daniel...
Winslow Homer: The Civil War Years and Winslow Homer: The Gloucester Years (Focus Gallery 3)
Between 1857 and 1875, Winslow Homer produced more than 280 wood engravings for major regional and n...
Dystopia + Identity in the Age of Global Communications
Artists at the beginning of the 20th century sought to work in hybrid forms, as a socially-oriented ...
Photographs of Artists
Through the more than seventy images of artists by leading contemporary photographers, the Gallery's...
Pieter Saenredam, the Utrecht work
Pieter Jansz. Saenredam (Assendelft 1597-1665 Haarlem) ...
The School of London and their Friends: The Collection of Elaine and Melvin Merians
The finest and most comprehensive collection of paintings by the School of London are currently owne...
GENEVIEVE CADIEUX
The Americas Society is pleased to announce an exhibition of recent works by Genevieve Cadieux, one ...
Raeburn's The Rev. Walker Skating on Duddingston Loch, from the National Gallery of Scotland
In another of its ongoing series of single-picture exhibitions, The Frick Collection will present ...
Transatlantic Dialogue: Contemporary Art In and Out of Africa
This exhibition offers the unique opportunity to discover an exciting cultural dialogue at th...
Andy Warhol: Social Observer
The exhibition, Andy Warhol: Social Observer, now on view at the Pennsylvania Academy of the...
Erwin Wurm: No 5 and No 8 Great Newport Street
The art of Erwin Wurm assumes myriad forms - drawings, sculptures, installations, photographs, vid...
Hand Work: Senta Connert, Jochen Flinzer, Leni Hoffmann, Charles Long, Peter Rösel
The explicit and sovereign use of the hands - apart from classical artistic activities such ...
Plastic
Organized by the Corporation of Painters, Sculptors and Architects, Switzerland, this exposition is...
TWO PATRICK NAGATANI EXHIBITIONS: Nagatani/Tracey Collaboration, 1983-1989 and Ryoichi/Nagatani Excavation
This pair of projects offers a full look into the invention and innovation Patrick Nagatani brings t...
December Issue: John von Bergen
December at studio-visit.com features John von Bergen. John uses a range of media - from photography...
Icons: A Group Exhibition
For the purpose of this exhibition, an icon is defined as a sacred image, a totem, a symbol or a sig...
WALTER OBHOLZER, ROZA EL-HASSAN
The Secession continues in its programmatic tradition of presenting international positions of conte...
UBS ART AWARD 2000
UBS is awarding its first international prize for painting. Students from ...
Currents 83: Peter Doig
British-Canadian artist Peter Doig paints lush landscapes and nature scenes that reflect on places a...
Sight-seeing: Photography of the Middle East and its Audiences,1840-1940
Littered with remains of great civilizations, witness ...
Christmas at Highcliffe Castle: A contemporary art and crafts event
Highcliffe Castle, with its breathtaking views of the Isle of Wight, and gardens which echo an earl...
Arte Latino: Treasures from the Smithsonian American Art Museum
Arte Latino: Treasures from the Smithsonian American...
Sheila Metzner
Metzner's signature photographic style has positioned her as a contemporary master in the worlds of ...
Oskar Schlemmers - Unterweisung - fetches eight times its estimate
Munich (kk) - A big price for a small work. Oskar Schlemmer's small watercolour with pencil climbed ...
Nic Nicosia: Real Pictures 1979-1999
The Austin Museum of Art (AMOA), in collaboration with the Texas Fine Arts Association (TFAA), wi...
Charlotte Salomon: Life Or Theatre
The first exhibition ever to be shown in New York of the work of Charlotte Salomon will open Decemb...
Projekt: Regina Möller
The German artist, Regina Moeller, is interested in the complex connections between on the one hand...
Beauty, Honor, and Tradition: The Legacy of Plains Indian Shirts
Featuring forty-nine visually stunning and spiritually powerful Plains ...
China: Fifty Years Inside the People’s Republic
This exhibition includes some of the most significant images made in China by both ...
Stan Douglas
This selected survey of the work of Vancouver-based Stan Douglas will inclu...
Emil Nolde: Legend, Vision, Ecstasy
Emil Nolde. This new exhibition consists of around 70 works with ...
46th Biennial Exhibition: Media/Metaphor
In our culture we are experiencing a shift in how we view the ...
Stephan Balkenhol: New Works
There are certain artists whose work seems to gain respect and recognition ...
The Draftsman’s Art: Master Drawings from the National Gallery of Scotland
The Frick Collection is the first American venue of a special touring exhibition this winter that o...
Little Treasures : Northern and Italian Paintings of the 16th and 17th Centuries.
Among those paintings that often remain off view are several small works of excellent quality. ...
Brad Kahlhamer: Almost American
Brad Kahlhamer: Almost American premieres at the Madison Art Center December 3, 2000 through Februa...
Once Upon A Time: Contemporary Art for Children's Books
This winter the Center invites you to take a break from ...
For the Faith and Loyalty. To Commemorate the 300-Anniversary of the Russian Imperial Guards
On December 13, 2000 a large exhibition For the Faith and Loyalty. Three centuries of the Russian Gu...
Sound Installation by Emilia Telese & Tim Mark Didymus
Rename - Real Name is a sound and speech installation that makes use of generative engines to ques...
Surprise - A Christmas Exhibition
Twenty-five Wellington artists will spill the beans for Christmas in an exhibition opening this wee...
Richard Nagler Photography Competition for 2000
The Judah L. Magnes Museum is very proud to present winning photographs from the ...
Night: Chris Faust and Mike Lynch
This exhibition will feature nightscapes by photographer Chris Faust and painter Mike ...
THE BEAUTY OF JAPAN PHOTOGRAPHED
The beauty of Japan's art and architecture has been elegantly captured in this stunning collection o...
Call to Artists: Invitation to take part in the EMAF 2001 with artworks and projects
From 25 to 29 April 2001 the European Media Art Festival presents once again a diverse cross sectio...
OUT OF AFRICA: Sub-Saharan Traditional Arts
OUT OF AFRICA will be the first opportunity in many decades to showcase the important and high-qua...
Still Life Paintings from the Collection
Among the earliest paintings to come into the permanent collection of the Syracuse ...
Indivisible: Stories of American Community
CCP partners with the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University on Indivisible: Stories of A...
William Merritt Chase: Modern American Landscapes, 1886–1890
William Merritt Chase’s beautiful paintings and pastels of urban parks and ...
Anarrations: Anneke A. de Boer, Fow Pyng Hu, Gabriel Lester, Pia Wergius
In the multidisciplinary field of the visual arts the cinema is hardly conspicuous ...
Manfred Pernice
On the top floor Witte de With presents the first ...
Fabric of Enchantment: Indonesian Batik from the North Coast of Java
Batik from the Indonesian island of Java will be featured in Fabric of Enchantment: Batik from the N...
Walker Evans
This comprehensive retrospective is the first to survey the work of American ...
Maurice, Prince of Orange
This will be the first exhibition devoted to th...
Close-Ups: Prints and Drawings by PUDLO PUDLAT
Pudlo Pudlat's childhood experiences with drawing were inside an igloo, making images on snow wall...
The Blue Rider Artists: Works from the Busch-Reisinger Museum and other Collections
Complementing the exhibition Franz Marc: Horses, this ...
THE SONGS OF MAYBELLE STAMPER
Organized by the McKissick Museum of the University of South Carolina, The Songs of Maybelle Stamper...
Painterly Photographs: The Raymond E. Kassar Collection
Aiming to elevate the medium of photography to fine art, Alfred Stieglitz and his ...
Picturing the Past: Piranesi to Pearlstein
Greek gods and temples, Roman ruins, and other images from classical antiquity are an endless source...
John Singer Sargent
On the heels of the wildly successful John Singer Sargent retrospective that was organized by London...
Humanity Refigured: Henry Moore and Postwar British Sculpture
As one of the soaring figures of twentieth-century sculpture, Henry Moore's broad sphere ...
Carsten Hoeller: Synchro System
On Wednesday 22 November the Fondazione Prada inaugurated an exhibition conceived by Carsten Höller...
PETER FISCHLI, DAVID WEISS: Visible World, Suddenly this Overview, Big Questions – Small Questions
The objects and situations, the big and small issues, which Peter Fischli (b.1952, Zurich) ...
der körpererfüllte Raum fort und fort : the body-filled space goes on and on
-body-filled space goes on and on- is an exhibition at the nexus of theater and fine art. 11 inte...
Call to Artists: Mish, Mosh and More
GOCAIA, the Gallery of Contemporary And Indigenous Art, brings people to downtown Tucson. The galle...
Hannah Barrett and Henry Samelson
Henry Samelson and Hannah Barrett, both of Jamaica Plain, explore two very different approaches to f...
TURNER: THE GREAT WATERCOLOURS
To mark the 150th anniversary of the death of Britain's greatest painter, the Royal Academ...
Goya: THE DISASTER OF WAR
The Disaster of the War An outstanding aspect in Goyas oeuvre is violence in its different manifesta...
The Visual Art of John Cage: To Sober and Quiet the Mind
John Cage (1912-1992) wa...
John and Lou's 1923 Voyage
John and Lous 1923 Voyage is a solo exhibition of new works by the Calgary-based artist...
Call for Entries: Black and White Photo Contest, Best Shot of Brooklyn
Positive Focus is sponsoring a contest with entries open through January 31st, 2001. The theme of t...
Shirley Wiitasalo, Candida Höfer, Christine Davis
During the 1970s and 80s, Shirley Wiitasalo's reputation as a gifted and original painter was based ...
Mysteries of Egypt and Women of the Nile
Glenbow is the exclusive western Canadian stop for two captivating international exhibitions: Myster...
SURREALISM IN BIRMINGHAM
Beautiful as the change encounter of a sewing machine and an umbrella on ...
Jeff Koons: Easyfun-Ethereal
Jeff Koons rose to prominence in the mid-1980s as part of a generation of artists who ...
The Mystical Arts of Tibet
Organized by Richard Gere Productions and Losel Shedrup Ling (The Loseling Institute), in conjunctio...
Another Landscape: work of three women artists from Australia, Japan and India
Curator Emiko Namikawa from Japan has brought together artists Judith Wright ...
Michael Mazur: A Print Retrospective
The impetus for this show was the Zimmerli's 1980 acquisition of more than 200 of Mazur's prints, mo...
In the beginning was MERZ: From Kurt Schwitters until today
The term MERZ, first used in 1919, was Kurt Schwitters' own invention. It came from a fragment of an...
Milton Glaser: Graphic Design
Modern graphic icons such as the I Love NY logo--a tourism-campaign symbol created for the New York ...
Ink Jet: Matt Chansky, Claire Corey, Tom Moody
Revolutions often start in curious ways. Throughout the history of art, change is set in motion ...
INLAND SPECIFIC
Inland Specific is a collaborative exhibition of site-specific installations in six p...
01.01.01: Art in Technological Times
At one minute after midnight on January 1, 2001, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA), in...
Third Shanghai Biennale
The Third Shanghai Biennale open on November 6th of this year. Actually, this was the ...
Call for Entries: Independent Exposure 2001
Seattle video and film artist, Joel S. Bachar founded Blackchair Productions in 1992. Due to the ov...
SOUTHWORKS 2001: Call for Artists
The Oconee Cultural Arts Foundation, is seeking visual artists who are residence of the USA. Eli...
Vision and Reality - Conceptions of the 20th Century
Vision and Reality is Louisianas grand story of the 20th century. On the o...
Chuck Close
In a unique visual exchange between the ancient world and...
A VIEW ON SURINAM: Drawings and dioramas by Gerrit Schouten
In collaboration with the Surinam Museum in Parimaribo, the Teyler Museum hosts an ...
Selected Works by Andrei Karpov
RussiArt salutes the New Milleniium with a New Exhibition. This exhibition transports you to a Sovie...
Egon Schiele and Austrian Expressionists 1908-1925
In 1999 the Fondazione Antonio Mazzotta presented with great success the exhibition ...
World Without End - Photography and the 20th Century
World Without End - Photography ...
Masks of Mystery: Unique Treasurers from Ancient China
Nothing like this has ...
LINEAGE: The Architecture of Daniel Libeskind
Brilliant, controversial, world leading - all words used to describe the achievements of one of the ...
The Parade: A Collection of Color Images by Linda Griffith
The exhibition includes digital photographs created during the millenial Fourth of July Parade in Ro...
Tooth and Claw: An A to Z of Animals in Art
Tooth and Claw: An A to Z of animals in art is an exhibition drawn almost entirely from the Galler...
Outside the Box: Photography by Raymond St. Arnaud
Sierra Arts Center of Reno, Nevada presents a solo exhibition of 20 Original Digital Prints by Raym...
Portrait of the City: Photographs by Patrick Y. Wong
Portrait of the City is a photographic exhibition celebrating the City's transformation from a blit...
Call to Artist: Clown Art Exhibition
The Acme Clown Company and the Greenbelt Arts Center are putting out a call for Clown Art. Any artw...
Call for entries: Put yourself in the picture
A/ Show us pictures of you: Who you are, where you came from, or who you want to be; self portraits...
Call to Artists: Spertus Prize, a biennial, juried competition for the creation of Jewish ceremonial art
Entry guidelines are available for the next installment of the Spertus Prize, a biennial, juried com...
Call to Artists: 2001 International Art Contest
The aim of the contest is to provide an introduction to active artists, create interaction between a...
REFLECTIONS OF LIFE: Recent Works by Anna Winestein
Reflections of Life, a show of recent works by Anna Winestein will be exhibited at the Felix Julian...
Representing LA: Contemporary Representational Artists from Los Angeles
Representing LA explores the rich and varied phenomena of representational painting, drawing, ...
The Opulent Eye of Alexander Girard
The OPulent Eye of Alexander Girardis the first major retrospective to explore the ...
ABRAHAM ELTERMAN: NEW PAINTINGS AND WORKS ON PAPER
Abraham Elterman's paintings are bold and somewhat confrontational abstract images that take their ...
Workshop: Photographing Your Artwork, Phoenix, January 20, 2001
Photographing Your Artwork will be held in Phoenix, Arizona on January 20, 2001 (with a sell-out ov...
Carol Allison: Classical Naturalistic Paintings
New Mexico painter, Carol Allison, will be showing oils and watercolors in the classical realist ap...
David Rokeby - 2001
David Rokeby (Toronto) is a technological philosopher In his work he is keenly aware of the ambiguou...
Conference to Feature Interviews with Ann Hamilton and Ed Paschke
During its 89th Annual Conference, College Art Association (CAA) will feature interviews with artis...
Joshu Lucas: Solo Exhibition
We are pleased to start the year with a Solo Exhibition of paintings, bronzes, and iris prints by J...
Winners of the Smithsonian American Art Museums New Media-New Century Award Announced
New technology artists Cindy Bernard, Russet Lederman and Patrick Lichty are winners of the Sm...
Thomas Roese, Paintings
The Ohio Art League is pleased to announce its January 2001 Member Curated Exhibition Thomas Roese...
Saving Corporate Modernism: Assessing Three Landmarks Designed by Gordon Bunshaft.
Three hallmark buildings exemplifying post-war corporate architecture are the focus of an exhibition...
Maternal Exposure - Don't Forget the Lunches: A Sculptural Installation by Monica Bock and Poetry by Zofia Burr
Maternal Exposure (don't forget the lunches) is the central installation in the January show at Mobi...
Unseen Hurrell: Classics and Rediscovered Photographs from the Collections of the Margaret Herrick Library at the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences
The name of George Hurrell became synonymous with the glamorous and ...
NURTUREart in Harlem - A Juried Group Exhibition of Works on Paper
In the first of five exhibitions planned for 2001, NURTUREart Non-Profit, Inc. is pleased to present...
Class Action - Works by 2001 Masters Artist Workshop Presenters
This exhibition is a group show held in conjuction with the Armory Art Center's Master Artists Works...
Call for Entries: 2001 China 9th International Photographic Art Exhibition
Photography is a window of cultural exchange. Photography is a bridge to facilitate the development ...
A new visual showcase: Remembering the Present
Creative Vision Television: TV for the Arts and Barbara Januszkiewicz, artist/ filmaker are happy t...
Xavier Cortada: No Tengan Miedo (Have No Fear)
Through No Tengan Miedo the artist explores the impact of Pope John Paul II's historic visit to Cub...
Gretchen Hupfel: Horizontal Stabilizer
Atlanta Contemporary Art Center presents new work by Atlanta-based artist Gretchen Hupfel. Hupfels ...
Doppelganger
Literally meaning double-goer, the word 'doppelganger' commonly references an equivalent other, ofte...
Dan Walsh
New York artist Dan Walsh has recently made his name known with large, brightly colored acrylic on c...
Superflat
The MOCA Gallery at the Pacific Design Center presents Superflat. The exhibition surveys a tendency ...
Lilian Broca: Mirrors and Reflections
Lilian Broca (b. 1946) gave up ...
Glen Dimplex Artists Award Shortlist Announced 2001
The names of four artists shortlisted for the £15,000 Glen Dimplex Artists Award 2001, ...
New Photographs by Lynn Geesaman
Exactly how Minneapolis-based photographer, Lynn Geesaman, achieves the soft haunting glow in her co...
Tenth Annual New York Jewish Film Festival
The Jewish Museum and The Film Society of Lincoln Center will present the tenth annual New York Jewi...
Sigmar Polke: Music of Unclear Origin
Sigmar Polke is one of Germany's foremost painters. He came to prominenc...
Millinnium Glass: An International Survey of Studio Glass
The studio glass movement, a recent phenomenon in art historical ...
Stephan Balkenhol
His first retrospective show held in Spain includes a selection of works ...
INFO: Dogtroep - An exhibition of documentary photographs and video
Dogtroep is a theatre-company, but in their performances they hardly use text or words – the languag...
Monet, Renoir, and the Impressionist Landscape
Monet, Renoir, and the Impressionist Landscape beautifully illustrates the ...
Washington Project for the ArtsCorcoran presents an Extended Evening of Video Viewing
WPAC in cooperation with Goethe-Institut Washington presents video work from around the globe- a sel...
Fables: Works by Anne-Lise Firth
Anne-Lise Firth is an abstract expressionist. If you like the works of Klee, Guston, de Kooning and ...
Summer Internships for 2001 Now Posted Online!
The National Gallery is offering a variety of internships for the summer of 2001. Each intern's proj...
Call to Artists: Applications being Accepted for Creative Residencies
Media & Visual Arts, The Banff Centre for the Arts, is excepting applications for following creative...
YOUNG ARTISTS GO VIRTUAL: ONLINE AUCTION OF INTERNATIONAL YOUNG ART
SOTHEBYS.COM, in association with ArtLink Inc., is pleased to offer an exciting online auction of In...
Cedric Price
This is the latest exhibition of drawings by the visionary British ...
Reinventing the West: The Photographs of Ansel Adams and Robert Adams
Reinventing the West features the work of landscape photographers Ansel Adams (1902–1984...
The 10th Los Angeles Photographic Print Exposition
This is the Tenth Anniversary of the photography exposition which has become a ...
ART MIAMI: For the 11th year, special exhibits and fresh new galleries revitalize Art Miami
Art Miami's upcoming exposition at the Miami Beach Convention Center,...
Magnetic North: Canadian Experimental Video
A timely exhibition ironically curated by an American and co-organized by a U.S. museum, Magnetic No...
Enrique Chagoya / Utopian Cannibal: Adventures in Reverse Anthropology
Enrique Chagoya inserts modern super heroes within the contexts of historic events such as the colo...
Sultan Ali of Mashhad, Master of Nasta liq
This exhibition will examine the elegant calligraphy of the acknowledged master of ...
The Crafted Image: 19th-Century Techniques in Contemporary Photography
This exhibition will present a wide range of contemporary daguerreotypes, gum prints, tintypes, wet ...
Lisa Milroy
Tate Liverpool launches its 2001 programme with a major exhibition of the work of Lisa M...
The New Frontier: Art and Television, 1960-1965
During the late 1950s and early 1960s, television emerged and ...
Elegant Fantasy: The Jewelry of Arline Fisch
Works by internationally acclaimed jewelry artist Arline Fisch are featu...
Jaune Quick-to-See Smith: Recent Paintings
Since the late 1970s, the landscape and animal motifs in Jaune Quick-To-See ...
Gemma Levine: Portrait Photographer 25 years
Gemma Levine is one of Britain's leading portrait photographers, with a marvellous capacity f...
A Genealogy in Silk: The Lai Mah Family Album 1915 to 1968
This exhibit focuses on the clothing contained in the Lai Mah Family Collection, from the founding ...
Images for Eternity: MEXICAN TOMB FIGURES
Ceramic figures from ancient tombs in West Mexico will be exhibited from Saturday, Jan. 20, through ...
Anda Kubis - Details: Paintings from the Last Decade
Anda Kubis's paintings contrast the symbols of sentiment with the graphically cool. Making referenc...
Urban Metamorphosis: One Hundred Views of New Tokyo
The 100 color woodblock prints in the exhibition chronicle the transformation of old Tokyo into a m...
Kunsthistorisches Museum, State Hermitage Museum, and Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation Sign Tri-Lateral Agreement in Vienna for the Development of Long- Term Collaborative Programs
Prof. Dr. Wilfried Seipel, Director General, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna; Thomas Krens, Dir...
Exotic Faces in Spirit of the Mask
Darth Vader, The Lone Ranger, and Zorro will feel right at home at the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Muse...
Diana Thater: Knots and Surfaces
Diana Thater will present a large-scale multiprojection video installation that interacts with the ...
Marty St James: Betweeness
Betweeness: North American Indians refer to this as the ambiguity of where mountain top ends and sky...
Carmen Lomas Garza: A Retrospective
Carmen Lomas Garza: A Retrospective premieres at the San Jose Museum of Art prior to embarking o...
Aspirations: Toward a Future in the Middle East
The Ohio Arts Council's Riffe Gallery will present Aspirations: Toward a Future in the Middle East...
9th Annual Outsider Art Fair
The Museum of American Folk Art announces the return of the 9th Annual Outsider Art Fair, one of the...
Pleasurscape, a new installation by award-winning designer Karim Rashid
Pleasurscape, a new installation by award-winning designer Karim Rashid, will be on view at the Rice...
Virgins, Gods, Saints and Lovers: Strangeness and Style in Mannerist Prints
From Jan. 20 through March 28, the Bayly Art Museum at the University of Virginia will present a sp...
CALL TO ARTISTS: The Passionate Ride:  Horses, Bikes, and Cars
Sylvia White Gallery, Los Angeles, California, is accepting submissions for an exhibit tentatively ...
Joy Before the Object: Expressions of Modernism from UCR/CMP Collections
A concern with the object and the objectivity of photography is the common thread that ties together...
Steve Giovinco: Myth of the Everyday
Self-portraits and portraits of male artists' female lovers are two of the oldest themes in the his...
Landscapes of Retrospection: The Magoon Collection of British Drawings and Prints, 1739 - 1854
Smart Museum exhibition examines the role of landscape representation, antiquarianism and topographi...
POP Art: US.UK Connections, 1956-1966
Pop Art is often considered an essentially American ...
POP IMACT! From Johns to Warhol
Forty major Pop Art works from the Whitney Museum of American Art’s permanent collection opens at th...
Li Yuan-chia: Artist, Curator, Poet and Archivist
At once an artist, curator, poet and archivist, Li Yuan-chia's work embraces the o...
William Kentridge: Ubu Tells the Truth and Other Stories Works from Valley Collections
Drawn from local collections, this exhibition of work by internationally renowned South Africa artis...
Francis Bacon
Francis Bacon's work was first shown at the Gemeentemuseum during the 1964 New Realists exhibition. ...
Domestic Objects and Optical Phenomena
Abelardo Morell, the Cuban-born photographer, transforms everyday objects and occurrences into mesm...
Suite Fantastique: A Design Arts Extravaganza
The Wexner Center’s highly anticipated set of winter exhibitions - a design arts suite filling all ...
Ansel Adams: A Life s Work
Sometimes I get to places when God's ready to have somebody click the shutter. -- This is how the l...
Unlimited.nl#4
From 27 January throug h 18 March 2001, De Appel presents Unlimited.nl#4, the fourth in a series ...
AA Bronson: Negative Thoughts
The Canadian artist AA Bronson is a founding member of the Toronto-based art collective Genera...
Sol LeWitt: Incomplete Open Cubes/MATRIX 143
The minimal and conceptual artist Sol LeWitt is one of the most influential living ...
Modern Woman: Women Artists between the Wars
As a complement to the Marian Dale Scott retrospective,this exhibition from the permanent...
Heads and Hands: A Fluid Exhibition with Loans from the nvisible Museum
Works from Matthew Barney, David Hammons, Gary Hume, Callum Innes, Emma Kay, Paul D. Miller aka DJ...
Photography: Processes, Preservation, and Conservation
An exploration of the technical history of photographic processes and of ...
The School of London and Their Friends: The Mel and Elaine Merians Collection
The School of London is a twentieth-century art movement that evolved over a ...
Manet: The Still-Life Paintings
Edouard Manet created some of the most revered paintings ...
Century City: Art and Culture in the Modern Metropolis
The first major temporary exhibition at Tate Modern examines key moments of cultural cre...
Give and Take: Hans Haake, An Artist Selects Objects From the V and A Collections
Give & Take is an innovative partnership between the Serpentine, the acclaimed public gallery for ...
Andres Serrano
The Helsinki City Art Museum will open a retrospective exhibition of the works of Andres Serrano (bo...
Double Vision: Photographs from the Strauss Collection
The University Art Museum is pleased to present Double Vision: Photographs from the Strauss Collect...
Call for Artist: Artists Registry
NURTUREart Non-Profit, Inc. is a charitable organization dedicated to helping promising career-tr...
Pamela Joseph: Sideshow of the Absurd
Pamela Joseph's Sideshow of the Absurd is a multi-media exhibition of humorous drawings and mechan...
Georgia O'Keeffe in Williamsburg: A Re-Creation of the Artist's First Public Exhibition
Previously unknown historical documents about one the nation's most celebrated artists, Georgia O'Ke...
Vishniac Photographs Breathe Life into Memories of Children from a Vanished World
During the years 1935 through 1938, celebrated photographer Roman Vishniac turned his camera lens on...
Simone Martini: Christ discovered in the Temple
This display focuses on one of the great treasures of the Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool: 'Christ di...
Open and Shut: Artists' Doors
Open and Shut: Artists' Doors, the newest exhibition in Kidspace at MASS MoCA, opens February 1 and...
Van Gogh's Postman: The Portraits of Joseph Roulin
In 1989 The Museum of Modern Art acquired a superb ...
Transience: Sound Installation
Transience will address and (re)interpret the urban soundscape; it will reflect the transient n...
SECA Art Award
This year, the biennial Society for the Encouragement of Contemporary Art (SECA) Art Award h...
Ebony and Ivory: Furniture from British India and Ceylon
Showcasing the museum's rare holdings of Indian export furniture, Ebony ...
HOME AND AWAY: CONTEMPORARY AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND ART FROM THE CHARTWELL COLLECTION
City Gallery Wellington will be filled with artworks from one of the most significant collections o...
Eileen Perrier: The Black Hair and Beauty Show Photography
Every year Eileen Perrier visits the Afro Hair and Beauty Show which takes place at Alexandra Palac...
Folds, Blobs, and Boxes: Architecture in the Digital Era
Over the past decade, software originally created for other purposes--from designing animation to s...
Icing on the Cake: Selected Prints by Wayne Thiebaud
Wayne Thiebaud (b. 1920) is among the most important American ...
Christina Hale: Executive Mansion, Hotel California
The work of Christina Hale unabashedly blends the techniques of Social Realism and German Expressio...
Colin McCahon: A Time for Messages
From 2 February 2001 the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) will display for the first time its mos...
Drawing the Nude: Member Curated Exhibition
The Ohio Art League is pleased to announce its February 2001 Member Curated Exhibition, Drawing the...
Call For Entries: Reflections of the New Aeon
To coincide with the National Ordo Templi Orientis Conference, NOTOCON 2001, an exhibition of juried...
JEAN EDELSTEIN, A Retrospective, 1980-2000
L.A. Artcore is pleased to present a retrospective of Jean Edelstein. A well-known woman artist, sh...
COME ONE! COME ALL! Marvel at the Wonders of the Circus and Sideshow - The Lure of the Fantastic.
Wisconsin was once better known for its circuses than for its cheese, claiming to be the birthplace ...
F A Room of Their Own: From Rothko to Rauschenberg
Focusing on early postwar art through the beginning of pop art, this exhibitio...
The Leisure Society: The Stringent Planning of our Leisure Time
The exhibition at De Vleeshal deals with the stringent planning of our leisure ...
Vari Carames: A Retrospective Exhibition
CGAC presents a show devoted to the work of the photographer Vari Caramés ...
Atelier: Carolyn Samkova, Tree of Life
The Art Gallery of Hamilton presents Atelier: Carolyn Samkova, Tree of Life on view until March 4th,...
Prints from the Collection of Reba and Dave Williams: An exhibition of images celebrating music and musicians
Reba and Dave Williams have been collecting prints with musical themes ...
Gerome and Goupil: Art and Enterprise
This international loan exhibition, organized with the Musée ...
Accessible Practices Workshop: One-day Workshop for Museum Professionals
The Exploratorium will be host for a one-day workshop for museum professionals who are responsible ...
Recent Works By: Bronwen Findlay, Daina Mabunda and Faiza Galdhari
The lives and work of three women intersect in this exhibition – Bronwyn Findlay, Daina Mabunda and ...
Contemporary Fine Art by: Corine Borgnet, Brett Chenoweth, Bridget Dearborn, Tim Duch, Yigal Elyadin, Karen Fitzgerald, Robert Martinez and Robin Ross
NURTUREart is pleased to present works of contemporary fine art by: Corine Borgnet, Brett Chenoweth,...
The Spell of the Sensuous - Dam de Nogales, Sculptors
The Windsor and Regional Art Council is pleased to present international sculptor duo Veronica and ...
Return to Life: A New Look at the Portrait Bust
This exhibition celebrates a form of portraiture that was enormously prestigious in Britain f...
Workspheres: Innovative Design Solutions for the Workplace of the Near Future
Beginning February 8, 2001, The Museum of Modern Art presents Workspheres, a unique and f...
Selections from the Collection Fonds Regional d Art Contemporain du Centre, Orleans, France
The exhibition is opening at three venues in Brooklyn and Manhattan, and is being co-sponsored by Pr...
GLOW: Reiko Aoyagi, Phillipa Lawrence, Artstation
As part of an ongoing committment to developing links with the Welsh arts community, Artspace has in...
Evolution in form: Sculptures by Darlene Nguyen-Ely
You won't find Seattle-based artist Darlene Nguyen-Ely commenting on any pressing social issues of ...
Fresh Cut 2001: Work by Annie Hogan, Janice Peacock, Gareth Donnelly, Lucy Griggs, Jose Da Silva, Simone Hine, Amanda Pound, Caroline Southwood, Chris Handran, Georgina Berkman, Jewell MacKenzie
Its that time again, when all the energy that has been bubbling away in South East Queensland's art...
Deena des Rioux: Robotic Portraiture
A touring solo exhibition of computer works by the New York artist is being featured this season at ...
Etched in Memory: Women Printmakers from the Gladys Engel Lang and Kurt Lang Collection
In their ground-breaking book, Etched in Memory: The Building and Survival of Artistic Reputation, ...
Elusive Paradise: The Millennium Prize
To mark the turn of the millennium, the National Gallery of Canada will celebrate excellence in co...
KONDISHUN EN BLAQ: Contemporary Urban Existence in African America, a Multi-Media Exhibition and Performance by Ikemefuna
Given his name by a Nigerian chief, 26 year-old artist Ikemefuna (aka Denham Fassett) has traveled ...
An American Century of Photography: From Dry-plate to Digital, The Hallmark Photographic Collection
This exhibition is an overview of American photography from the mid-1880s to the present. Drawn enti...
The Global Guggenheim: Selections from the Extended Collection
The Global Guggenheim: Selections from the Extended Collection is the first full museum presentation...
Painting at the Edge of the World
With the apparent resurgence of painting at the dawn of the new millennium, it is clear that repo...
Shawn Gurczak - The Learning Mirror: Social Disorders and Children
The Learning Mirror invites us to view the world from behind the eyes of a dyslexic, and imagine a ...
Lens and Paper: the Loudon collection
Lens and Paper offers a snapshot view of contemporary art today. The ...
Call to Artists: Deaf Way II Cultural Arts
Proposals are currently being accepting from artists in the performing, visual and literary arts for...
Rhapsody: Selections from Valley Collections
This exhibition will highlight the exceptional work, found here in the Valley, by some of the more r...
First-year graduate students curate exhibitions: I Need You To Be There, Angles of Incidence, and The Volatile Real
The Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College will present three exhibitions curated by first-ye...
New Land Marks: Public Art, Community, and the Meaning of Place
The Fairmount Park Art Association (FPAA) has organized the exhibition as part of its ongoing New L...
JAMES TURRELL: Infinite Light
The Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art (SMoCA), presents a stunning exhibition of works by ...
The Poetry of Place: Works on Paper by Thomas Moran from the Gilcrease Museum
A major exhibition of the watercolors, sketches, and prints of Thomas Moran (1837–1926), tra...
Wayne Thiebaud: A Paintings Retrospective
The first full retrospective in over 15 years of the work of California artist Wayne Thiebaud, one o...
SPACE ODYSSEY : The Mystery and Beauty of Outer Space
One of the footprints left by humankind in the 20th century has been its ...
Rosemarie Trockel
The coming Springs comprehensive, one-man exhibition, showing ...
Material Matters:Genre: Needlework by Rural Women s Collectives
Material Matters is an exhibition of one of the most dynamic art forms from contemporary Southern A...
Barak Bar-Am: Hebeschiebewerk
shift e.V. is pleased to present the premier in Germany of Barak Bar-Am's installation - Hebeschiebe...
Twentieth International Contemporary Art Fair to Open Tomorrow
Since 1994, the International Contemporary Art Fair has featured a programme that is now one of its ...
Time and Space: New Work by Cheryl Goldsleger, John Spinks and Andrew Topolski
This group exhibition brings together three prominent contemporary artists who are each concerned,...
Dara Friedman: Film and Video Projects
SITE Santa Fe will present three of Dara Friedman's film/video projects. Proposed to ...
TELL ME A PICTURE: An exhibition selected by Quentin Blake
The Children's Laureate and distinguished illustrator Quentin Blake has assembled an alphabetical a...
Canaletto: An Imaginary Venice
The exhibition includes a selection of the painter's original works on loan from museums and private...
Beyond Sweeties: Work by Naomi London
This process-oriented exhibition combines ...
Harun Farocki: Viewpoint Festival
As part of the festival Viewpoint SMAK presents again the work of an artist, active in both plastic ...
ANDREW GEDDES (1783-1844) PAINTER-PRINTMAKER: A MAN OF PURE TASTE
One of the most versatile Scottish artists of the first half of the nineteenth century, Andrew Gedde...
The Dahan Bunch: Perdus dans l espace
The Dahan Bunch: Perdus dans l espace is a new ficto-biographical modular universe in which artist C...
Goya: Los Caprichos
The George Washington University Dimock Gallery presents Goya: Los Caprichos. This exhibition wil...
Tacita Dean
Tacita Dean is an artist internationally known for her compelling work in film. She has had major so...
Perfect Strangers: Denis Beaubois, Deej Fabyc, Alex Kershaw, Sandy Nicholson, Deborah Ostrow, Elvis Richardson, Silvia Velez, Justene Williams
This exhibition of photo and video-based artists considers the cameras role in the ...
Performing Photography
With a selection of works from the Joseph and Elaine Monsen Photography Collection and the ...
4 Chinese Women Artists Show
Art Scene China's latest exhibition focuses on the talents of four female Chinese artists: Yu Chen, ...
...knocking from the inside: work by Kai Kim and Hugh Timlin
Kai Kim is a painter who reconfi...
Sacred and Profane Visions from Renaissance Venice
The Fogg Art Museum will showcase approximately 30 paintings, drawings, prints, and books by Venetia...
Fragrant Sweat: Photographs by Marzena Wasikowskaa
Fragrant Sweat is the title of a photographic work compiled in a number of sets. The ...
Committed to the Image: Contemporary Black Photographers
Committed to the Image, one of the largest exhibitions of living African American photographers, wil...
Doug Aitken: Metallic Sleep
The Doug Aitken exhibition at the Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg is the first comprehensive showing of this A...
Wassily Kandinsky: Tradition and Abstraction in Russia
The new exhibition on Wassily Kandinsky contains over ninety works including paintings on canvas...
TWO LORIE NOVAK EXHIBITIONS: Survey of Lorie Novaks color prints and Collected Visions multi-media installation
he Center for Creative Photography (CCP) at the University of Arizona is pleased to present two e...
Vincent van Gogh and the Painters of the Petit Boulevard
The Saint Louis Art Museum's exhibition, Vincent van Gogh and the Painters of the Petit Boulevard, ...
Madeleine Challender: Light Forms
Using various techniques to create refractions and reflections of light through perspex ...
What Does Love Have to Do with It - A look at love form the permentant collection
From romantic love to God's love, artists have, for ...
Reservations Now Being Accepted for Summer 2001 Workshops in France
In cooperation with the Centre George Pompidou, Paris, and the Centre International de Recherche et ...
2001 BFA Senior Exhibitions
Maintaining a more than century-old partnership with the Corcoran Museum of Art, the ...
Indian Life on the Orinoco: The Cisneros Collection
The exhibition presents the public with a rare glimpse of the extraordinary Orinoco Collection, whic...
Modern British Art : The Tate Collection
This chronological display from the Tate Collection charts a century of British art. Substantially r...
Cultural Capital: Portraits in Platinum by V. Tony Hauser
This photographic exhibition features portraits of leading figures in the performing arts in Canada ...
2001 Workshop Offerings Announced
Begun in 1990, the New Mexico Photography Field School is directed by nationally-known fine art pho...
The Wayfarer's Journey: Film Installation by Gita Farid Film Installation by Gita Farid
Interpreting THE SEVEN VALLEYS, a mystical Bahai treatise on attaining spiritual fulfillment throu...
Bruce Yonemoto
Los Angeles artist Bruce Yonemoto (b.1949) is a third-generation American of Japanese descent. He is...
An Old Technique in Hungary and Abroad - Pinhole Photography: Edward Levinson and Winners From the 12th Esztergom Photo Biennal
Edward Levinson's solo exhibition of about 35 of his pinhole photographs in conjuction with the show...
Woodstock Photography Workshop Internships
The Center for Photography at Woodstock offers students the opportunity to participate in the entire...
Stations: Paintings of Ireland by Fabienne Christenson
This exhibtion features Fabienne Christenson's Irish paintings, just in time for St. Patrick's Day. ...
The Rival of Painting: The Lithographs of Albert Belleroche
As part of the San Diego Museum of Art's 75th anniversary celebration, a special exhibition of litho...
Futurism and Photography
At the turn of the 20th century parascientific experiments, spiritualist photography, multi-portrait...
The Rich Life and The Dance, Weavings from Roman, Byzantine and Islamic Egypt
From the introduction of Christianity to the advent of Islam in 640 AD, certain types of cloths comm...
Meschac Gaba - Museum of Contemporary African Art, The Library
n 1997, Meschac Gaba (Benin, 1961) launched the first sketches of his Museum of ...
HuupuKwanum - Tupaat, Out of the Mist: Treasures of the Nuu-chah-nulth Chiefs
Close your eyes and picture yourself on the west coast of Vancouver Island, Canada, and the U.S...
Treasures from the Royal Tombs of Ur
This major exhibition, organized by the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology ...
Beyond Decorum: The Photography of Ike Ude
From his provocative Cover Girl series featuring photographic portraits of himself on the cov...
Schedule Available: Summer Retreats for Fine Artists and Creative Writers
This summer Centauri Arts will be running Fine Art and Creative Writing courses in a residential ret...
Wild Zone: Four Artists who Distill New Art Forms from Disparate Urban Subcultures
A Wild Zone is a refuge within the organised structure of society. It is not a marginal place, but a...
Wolfgang Laib: A Retrospective
Since the mid-1970s, Wolfgang Laib has created objects and installations using such natural ...
Design of Our Time opens series of decorative arts exhibitons
Over the past decade, the field of design has changed dramatically. Public ...
The Architecture of R. M. Schindler
This exhibition will be the first major survey of the architecture of Vienna-...
William Kentridge: A View of Personal Conflicts Set Against the Background of South Africa
An artists view of personal conflicts set against the background of South Africa is revealed in this...
Dennis Oppenheim: One of the Key Figures of American Conceptual Art
An exhibition of works by one of the key figures of American Conceptual Art opens to the public at t...
The Return of The Polish Treasures
After having inflamed passions and caused much ink to flow ...
Art Nouveau Tiles: Fantastic Flowers and Other Forms
Art Nouveau Tiles: Fantastic Flowers and Other Forms, a superb exhibition of ...
Head North:
In 1999 the South African National Gallery was invited by the BildMuseet to participate in an inter...
A Family Album: Brooklyn Collects
More than 200 major artworks, ranging from antiquities to contemporary paintings, lent by over 80 co...
Rollie McKenna: Artists and Writers
A retrospective of the American photographer best known for her portraits of American and British po...
13th Annual Works on Paper at the Park Avenue Armory
Works on Paper gathers over eighty of the finest international exhibitors, ...
Horst: Portraits - Sixty Years of Style
Horst: Portraits celebrates the exquisite portraits of Horst P. Horst (1906-1999), one...
Impression: Painting Quickly in France, 1869-1890
The exhibition brings together some 70 works by the leading Impressionist masters, tracing t...
Go Figure: Exploring The Human Body In Art
Of all the subjects for art, none is more prevalent than the human figure. From the beginning of wo...
FULL CIRCLE: Recent work by John Dahlsen
Gold Coast City Art Gallery is delighted to host Full Circle-Recent work by John Dahlsen, one of Aus...
Selections From The Hara Museum's Permanent Collection
Selections from the Hara Museum's Permanent Collection features around 30 carefully selected works f...
010101 : Art in Technological Times
Technology is changing every aspect of our daily lives. The 010101 : Art in Technological ...
Capturing Light: Masterpieces of California Photography, 1850-2000
The Oakland Museum of California will present Capturing Light: Masterpieces of California Photograph...
Degas & America: The Early Collectors
Degas & America: The Early Collectors is the first museum exhibition to explore the history of Ame...
Reverent Writings: Scribed Cultural Journals
Reverent Writings features nearly 300 examples of beautiful writing revealed as a form of artistry...
Changing Space: John and Jessica Johnson
This exhibition comprises a small collection of works that the artist have worked on with his ...
Francisco Alvarado-Juárez: Canto a la Fauna
Francisco Alvarado-Juarez is an American artist born in Honduras who has lived in ...
Conserving the Past for the Future
This exhibition explores the museums crucial role as the custodian of irreplaceable and often surpri...
Adrian Piper
Adrian Piper, the 52-year-old American multi-media artist, ...
Recent Photographs by Andreas Gursky
The first major United States exhibition of the work of contemporary German artist Andreas Gursky op...
GELAM NGZU KAZI - DUGONG MY SON: Limited Edition Linocuts by Torres Strait Islander Artists
The first exhibition of limited edition linocuts by the artists of the Mualgau Minnaral Artist Coll...
Live Auctions on the Net: European Paintings and Antiques
Experience the thrill of live auctions on the net with eAuctionroom.com On March 8th, take part in ...
Art Now: Art and Money Online
Art Now is a programme of exhibitions that aims to generate discussion and promote aware...
Tadashi Kawamata: Boston Project, Plan in Progress
As part of a collaboration among several Boston area colleges and universities, the Harvard Universi...
Inside: Looking In by Linda Jones
The looking inward as suggested by the title of this challenging exhibition by Linda Jones, are evid...
August Sander: German Portraits (1918-1933)
August Sander: German Portraits (1918-1933) highlights more than ...
Flow Motion - Dissolve: Digital Audiovisual Installation and Web Project
Dissolve is a digital audiovisual installation and web project which takes as its starting point Mi...
Translating: Denmark to Boston, an Installation by Line Bruntse and Andy Mauery
This exhibit is part of an ongoing project begun in Denmark in the summer of 2000, with the exhibit ...
THE EXPERIMENT 1: Michael Schmid/Christoph Scholz
Schmid/Scholz are involved in questions from the connection art and pop. They pick up from the term ...
Broken Memories: A solo-exhibition by Xue Jiye
Xue Jiye's distinctive trademark style, which blends traditional figurative painting and urban lands...
Local Color: Six Contemporary Photographers
On March 3, 2001, the Portland Museum of Art will debut the exhibition Local Color: Six Contemporary...
TEN10 : ANNIVERSARY OBJECTS - Installations and Objects by Architects, Interior Architects and Industrial Designers
Experimental architecture and design exhibitionThe University of South Australia Art Museum launches...
Photographs by Josef Breitenbach
This new exhibition of rarely seen portraits offers a fresh insight into the work of the German-Amer...
Terry Setch, A Retrospective
Terry Setch is renowned for his observation and depiction of the pollution, detritus, and rubbish w...
Australia + Germany: International Craft Triennial
Australia + Germany: International Craft Triennial features work by over 100 German and Australian a...
Temporary Fixtures: Jonathan Bottrell, Chris Fox, Claire Healy, Horst Kiechle, Raquel Ormella, Elvis Richardson and Rodney Spooner
Woolloomooloo has recently undergone a period of rapid commercial re-development. The suburb now acc...
THE FUTURE OF COMFORT: International Artists Search for Place in a Virtual World
The Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art brings together eight international rising stars, straight...
USA Clay: Recently Acquired Ceramics
The exhibition features 95 ceramic artworks by 87 artists, ranging from functional wares to ...
Living and Learning at the Bauhaus in Dessau: Applications being accepted for Bauhaus Kolleg II Event City
The Topic for the 3rd Trimester (June 19. - September 14. 2001) is Artscapes - Art in Practice. Cul...
Translated Acts: Body and Performance Art from East Asia, in collaboration with the Queens Museum of Art, New York
The exhibition Translated Acts is the first in a three-part series of exhibitions at the House of W...
Allan Rohan Crite: Artist-Reporter of the African American Community
Earning and adopting the title of artist-reporter, Allan Rohan Crite (b. 1910) recorded the peop...
Subject Plural: Crowds in Contemporary Art
Although the past decade has been characterized by a focus on subjective experience as the filter of...
Monet and Japan
Thirty-nine of Monet's best paintings from ...
Luminous Women: Photographs by Sallie Clarke
In celebration of Women’s History Month, glamour and personality photographer Sallie Clarke of Stud...
Fine Art vs. Insularity, NURTUREart Reaches The Heights: A Group Exhibition of Contemporary Fine Art
The mindset that keeps many Manhattanites from venturing north of 96th Street in their pursuit of hi...
Dario Villalba: Documentos Basicos
CGAC features a wide selection of Documentos Basicos (Basic Documents) created by Dario ...
Mark Lewis: Large-Scale Film Installations
This exhibition will present a series of works by the Canadian-born artist Mark Lewis and will inclu...
Star Wars: The Magic of Myth
From a galaxy far, far away comes Star Wars: The Magic of Myth. ...
Noise from the Street: Italian Futurism from 1909 to 1918
The Sprengel Museum in Hannover is presenting, for the first time in Germany, an e...
I/O: Gimokud - An Internet Soul Project by Fatima Lasay
The Gimokud Project is a visualization of an ancient Philippine myth depicting the interrupted exist...
BRASSAI: The Soul of Paris
One of the great photographers of the 20th century, Brassai (1899-1984) is best known for hi...
Thomas Carlyle: A Hero of His Time
One of the great masterpieces of early modern portraiture, James Abbot McNeill Whistler's Arrangemen...
United States Museum Debut of Paintings by Belgian artist Raoul De Keyser
Since the 1960s, the paintings of Raoul De Keyser have uniquely defined a place for themselves withi...
Call for Entries: 20th Year Anniversary Juried Competition - International Tea Time
Organized by Women In Photography International, this worldwide exhibition is an opportunity to ce...
Call for Artist: Deaf Way II Conference, Arts Festival and Artists' Symposium
Deaf Way II is currently accepting proposals from artists in the performing, visual and literary art...
Hugo Boss Prize 2000 - Marjetica Potrec - Kagiso: Skeleton House Features Two Architectural Installations, Photographs, and Text
Kagiso: Skeleton House, an exhibition of the work of Slovenian artist Marjetica Potrc, the winn...
Treasures from the Ark: 1700 Years of Armenian Christian Art
In 301ad, Armenia was the first country to officially recognise Christianity - a key anniversary in...
on View: Antonia Contro and Maurizio Pellegrin, David Ireland, Clement Cooper
From March 1 through April 28, 2001, The Museum of Contemporary Photography, Columbia College Chicag...
Just Rewards: Steffi Greenbaum, Jon King, John A. LeBlanc, Jan Pieter van Voorst van Beest
The exhibiton features four artists that were chosen from the 2000 MAS members. Focusing on differen...
Contemporary Art Furniture: Sam Maloof, John Cederquist, Wendy Maruyama
This exhibition will present the work of three contemporary furniture makers - Sam Maloof, John Cede...
Vermeer and the Delft School
Best known for quiet, carefully described images of domestic life ...
Alair de Oliveira Gomes, photographs
Rather late in life, Alair de Oliveira Gomes (Rio de Janeiro, 1921-1992) found the ultimate and pass...
Three Spring Thesis Exhibtions Curated by Ilaria Bonacossa, Cecilia Brunson, and Gabriela Rangel
The Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College will present the first of this spring's series of ...
Turner's Gallery, House and Library
To mark the 150th anniversary of JMW Turner's death, Tate Britain is housing a recon...
B(u)y the Foot: An Interactive Exhibition
Over fifty local artists were invited to draw, write, paint, collage, print and do other inspired th...
The Art of William Edmondson
Elegant in its simplicity, striking in its sophistication, the sculptural work of William Edmondso...
Directions: Tim Hawkinson
Directions: Tim Hawkinson, an exhibition introducing the singular vision of this American artist (b....
Anna Mary Robertson: Grandma Moses and Her Place in History
Grandma Moses in the 21st Century, an exhibition of 87 of the most important works by Anna Mary Robe...
Art in Bloom: A Weekend of Flowers
Art in Bloom, Spring arrives at the Art Museum March 16 - 18 with Art in Bloom, the Museum’s ...
Conversation with Igun: Sculpture by Melvin Edwards
These relatively small welded steel sculptures make powerful statements, inspired both from personal...
Annual James A. Porter Colloquium on African American Art
Howard University, Department of Art, and the Anacostia Museum and Center for African American Histo...
The World's Greatest Treasures: The Dead Sea Scrolls
The Dead Sea Scrolls rank as one of the great archaeological discoveries of all time. They are the w...
Sean Scully: Paintings, Pastels, Watercolors and Photographs
Working in his studios in Barcelona, London and New York, Irish-born Sean Scully has in recent years...
Corwin Clairmont: Halfway Between Here and There
This exhibition, entitled Halfway Between Here and There, is a mixed-media installation of conceptua...
Frederick Carl Frieseke: The Evolution of an American Impressionist
A millennium milestone will be celebrated on March 20th when Frederick Carl Frieseke: ...
Perception and Time: Masako Kamiya, Michael Lee and Susan Rogers
The Gallery @ Green Street is pleased to present the work of Masako Kamiya, Michael Lee and Susan Ro...
YES Yoko Ono
Yoko Onos diverse career as an artist, poet, performer, and composer might be summarized in the ...
Tony Fitzpatrick: Max and Gaby's Alphabet
The Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA), Chicago, presents the latest series of prints by draftsm...
The Natural World: Perspectives from Two Cultures
The Walter Anderson Museum of Art (WAMA), in cooperation with Ocean Springs Middle School (OSMS) and...
After the Storm: Bob Walker and the Art of Environmental Photography
Photographer and environmental activist Bob Walker found in the beauty of the East Bay hills the sti...
The Draftsman's Art: Master Drawings from the National Gallery of Scotland
Noted worldwide for its exceptional collection of Old Master paintings, the ...
2 Views of Eero Saarinen: The Architectural Photography of Balthazar Korab and Ezra Stoller
Showcasing photographs of Eero Saarinen's architecture by Balthazar Korab and Ezra Stoller, a forthc...
Faux, Foe, Pho: Work from Houston High Schools
The Contemporary Arts Museum's Teen Council will develop and curate a juried exhibition of the wor...
Holman: Forty Years of Graphic Art
This collaborative exhibition between Itsarnittakarvik: Inuit Heritage Centre in Baker Lake, Nunavu...
European Masterpieces: Six Centuries of Paintings from the National Gallery of Victoria
For the first time in the history of the NGV, eighty-eight of the finest European paintings from the...
William Tucker
This display of sculpture and prints by William Tucker brings together both work from the Tate Coll...
Memory of a Mirage: The Pegaso Sports and Competition Cars of the Fifties
Visitors to the exhibition will be able to see eleven of the Pegaso sports and competition cars crea...
New Environmental Color -- TORRIT GREY 2001
During the month of April, 2001, Gamblin Artists Colors Co. will offer a free tube of limited editi...
Bitstreams: Contemporary Art Harnesses Digital Media
Nothing since the invention of photography has had a greater ...
William Blake's Masterpieces
William Blake, the first American exhibition of works in all media – ...
Nell Blaine: Sensations of Nature
Co-organized by the Marsh Art Gallery and the Cape Ann ...
Sun K. Kwak - Time and Space III: Tidal Wave
Korean born artist Sun K. Kwak has the Queens Museum of Art's ...
Lucelia Artist Award
The dynamism of the 21st century is reflected by so many artists working today, said Elizabeth Bro...
Renaissance Drawings from Florence
It is now exactly a hundred years since the discovery by Swedish and international researchers of...
Ten Swedish Designers, Thirty Years On
Thirty years ago, ten Swedish designers banded together to launch a company producing printed tex...
Street Life: Lithographic Prints by Edoardo di Muro
Street Life, an exhibition of lithograph drawings by Italian-born artist Edoardo di Muro, opens at ...
Radcliffe Bailey: The Magic City
The first comprehensive exhibition of the work of artist Radcliffe Bailey, titled, The Magic City, ...
Points of Departure: Connecting with Contemporary Art
Points of Departure takes a fresh curatorial approach to approximately 60 works from SFMOMA's perman...
Pandaemonium Festival 2001 Launches with Neil Chapman and Steven Claydon
Neil Chapman and Steven Claydon have been producing work in collaboration over a period of three yea...
Catherine Chalmers: Prey and Eat
The University Art Museum premieres Catherine Chalmers: Prey and Eat, which includes selections from...
Stanley Spencer
Stanley Spencer is one of the dominant figures of twentieth-century British art. This major ...
Patrick Heron: Garden Paintings
The spring exhibition at Tate St Ives will focus on paintings by Patrick Heron, inspired by ...
ARTNOW: Arthur Ganson
Sculptor/engineer Arthur Ganson finds art in both his mind and in his toolbox, creating elaboratel...
2001: Building for Space Travel
With the Museum of Flight in Seattle, the Department of A...
New American Talent: The Sixteenth Exhibition
Currently in its sixteenth year, New American Talent has continued to showcase artwork in a variety ...
Under Pressure: Air Pressure in All Its Forces
The Museum of Contemporary Art is proud to present Under Pressure, an exhibition of inflatable scul...
Breakaway 01 : Youth Showcase Exhibition
It's breakaway time as a group of outstanding young art students cut from the mob and make a dash fo...
Painting Forever: Tony Tuckson
Painting Forever: Tony Tuckson presents, in depth, the most beautiful and representative paintings a...
OBJET TROUVE By Deryck Healey
After a momentous process spanning more than three years, Deryck Healey will present a complex insta...
Fine Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art Including Important Sancai Glazed Pottery from the Collection of Alan and Simone Hartman
Tuesday, March 20, will mark the beginning of Christies spring series of Asian art sales at Christ...
Seventeenth-Century Baroque Festival: Art in the World of Stefano della Bella
The University of Richmond is proud to announce the Seventeenth-Century Baroque Festival, a celebr...
Four Exhibtions: Alex Pittendrigh, Caroline Brunet and Tara Shield, Patricia Piccinini and Peter Hennessey, Eugenia Raskopoulos
The Centre for Contemporary Photography presents four exhibitions: Alex Pittendrigh. Take care! The ...
Margaret Morton: The Tunnel
This exhibition features a powerful series of photographs that expose the day to day lives of those ...
Voice, Image, Gesture: Selections from the Collection 1945-2000
Voice, image, gesture. These terms represent three areas of The Jewish Museum's ...
Geometric Abstraction: Latin American Art from The Patricia Phelps de Cisneros Collection
The Fogg Art Museum will present more than sixty paintings, drawings, and sculptures in its groundbr...
2001 Atlanta Biennal: When the Wind Blows
Atlanta Contemporary Art Center presents the 2001 Atlanta Biennial: When the Wind Blows featuring ar...
The Art of Living – Residential Architecture of the Islamic World
The Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia launched this exhibition on the 26th March 2001 in conjunction with...
Every Worker is an Organizer: Farm Labor and the Resurgence of the United Farm Workers
The rise of the farm labor movement in the 1960s and 1970s has been heavily documented, but since th...
Sigmar Polka: Alhemist
Artistic quality cannot be measured, but you can measure the demand for an ...
Spectacle: Installations by Peter Bowyer and David Kramer
Spectacle is guest-curated by John Massier for the Cambridge Galleries and brings together th...
Lets Entertain: Kunst Macht Spass
The exhibition Lets Entertain: Kunst Macht Spass, belongs to the tradition of group shows such as Fu...
Spring Auctions Begin With Modern Art on Paper in Hamburg
Pablo Picassos portrait series of his partner Françoise can be nothing else but a homage to love and...
Gymnosphore Bubbles and Steams: An Installation by David Deany and David Hanson
Gymnosophore, an art installation featuring functional hot tubs built by artists David Deany and Da...
Technics: Baubles or Ballast - Five Installations
The interplay between new technologies and art is explored in this exhibition. Technics: Baubles or ...
The Feather Trade: Denis O'Connor, 7 Found Poems
Poetry is the touchstone for an ongoing series of works by Denis OConnor, which will be marked by a...
Erika Wanenmacher: Grimoire
SITE Santa Fe presents ERIKA WANENMACHER: GRIMOIRE, a large-scale installation designed especially f...
Body as Byte
New technologies and scientific theories presume that the body will not be regarded as a biological ...
Joan Jonas: Performance - Video - Installations
Joan Jonas, born 1936 in New York, is a pioneer of performance and video art. Since end of the sixti...
John Bisbee: Arc and Plume
John Bisbee's sculptures, made exclusively of welded nails, blend elements of surrealism and ...
The Other Eden: Canadian Folk Art Outdoors
The Egyptians did it, the Romans did it, and I bet many of you do it ...
Public Offerings: Works by 25 Young Artists Shaping International Contemporary Art
Public Offerings presents breakthrough works by 25 of today's most important young artists, all grad...
Olafur Eliason: The Mediated Motion
Olafur Eliasson, born 1967 in Copenhagen, belongs to that younger generation of artists who in the ...
Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera and Twentieth-Century Mexican Art
Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera and Twentieth-Century Mexican Art features 140 paintings, sculptures, ...
Trevor Gould: Posing for the Public
The exhibition brings together artifacts and archival material from the American Museum of Natural ...
Seattle Immigrants Given Visual Voice in Mixed Media Installation
The Jack Straw New Media Gallery presents Heard Said, a unique installation of sound and sculpture...
Otto Dix: The War
'The War' comprises fifty pages of etchings from 1923 and early 1924. This work was publish...
Skinned: Video Installation by Michele Theunissen
Skinned is centred in the ...
Jan Groth: A Retrospective
As one of Norways leading artists, Jan Groth has had exhibitions within ...
Domestic Archaeology: Site/Insite an Installation by Edythe F. Wright
My name is Edythe F. Wright. I've lived in Boston for about three years. When I was a child, I first...
Judith Von Euer: A Retrospective
L.A. Artcore is proud to present a retrospective of Judith Von Euer at both galleries during the mo...
Resonating: Denise Green
Resonating: Denise Green is the second survey exhibition of ...
Stephen Samerjan: Forces of Nature - Telling Tales
Stephen Samerjan's interest in the arrangement of line, form, and color is explored on both canvas a...
Call to Artists: SECOND EDITION OF THE TARGETTI ART LIGHT AWARD DEDICATED TO YOUNG ARTISTS
The competition is open to young artists of no more than 35 years of age (on January 25th 2001), com...
Collaborations with Parkett: 1984 to Now
Collaborations with Parkett: 1984 to Now includes some 150 of these artworks in a broad range of i...
2001 Portland Museum of Art Biennial
This is the second in the Museums series of biennial, juried exhibitions of contemporary art, featur...
Rural England Through a Victorian Lens: Benjamin Bricknell Turner
The first exhibition of landscapes by the great Victorian photographer Benjamin Brecknell Turner wil...
Unlikely Sculpture: Hatforms by Philip Treacy
This exhibition reveals the process by which Philip Treacy's extrava...
Galactic Journal: Recent Paintings and Collages by Robert Reed
Using a vocabulary of abstract imagery, Robert Reed's paintings and paper constructions visually exc...
Indian Painting
Drawing on the Gallery's growing collection of Indian art, this exhibition will ...
From Manet to Picasso: Impressionist and Post-Impressionist Prints and Drawings
For the first time in its history, Vassar College's Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center will feature a br...
TEAMWORK: Recent work by Donna Marcus
Gold Coast City Art Gallery is delighted to host a solo exhibition of the work of sculptor Donna Mar...
Untitled (Series No. 2): French Sound Artist Celeste Boursier-Mougenot
Rice Art Gallery presents Untitled (Series #2), by French artist Celeste Boursier-Mougenot, from Mar...
Family Fortunes: Paintings on Tour from the National Gallery, London
The 20 paintings on show, including works by Degas, Gainsborough, Hals, Hogarth and Stubbs, provide...
presents Conversations Between Shadows and Light: Italian Cinematography
GuggenheimFilm, the Film and Media Arts Exhibition Program of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, pres...
in the meantime...Videos, Installations and Photography of Eight Artists
The exhibtition presents the work of Mark Bain, Yael Bartana, Sebastian Diaz Morales, Angela Ferrei...
The Seed Sounds of the Vegetative Nervous System at the Hydroponic Nectar-Lake: Installation by Gerda Steiner and Joerg Lenzlinger
How does your garden grow - Swiss artists Gerda Steiner and Joerg Lenzlinger transformed the Center...
Roy Krupp: Watercolors
The Ohio Art League is pleased to announce its April 2001 Member Curated Exhibition, Roy Krupp: Wat...
ARTISTS IN THE ZOO: Drawings, paintings, sculptures of animals in ‘Artis’
This spring and early summer the Teyler Museum is showing work by artists who were inspired by the b...
IKIRO / Be Alive: Contemporary Art from Japan 1980 to the present
The Kröller-Müller Museum plans a comprehensive survey of the past two decades of contemporary art ...
Circa 1900: Design at the Turn of the Century
The Dallas Museum of Art will showcase highlights from its distinguished and diverse 20th-century ...
Carl Rungius: Artist, Sportsman
The Woodson Art Museum is the first American venue for the exhibition, which is drawn from the exten...
Genesis P-Orridge and Eric Heist: Candy Factory - Painting, Sculpture, Installation and Objects
Candy Factory is a collaboration and joint work between the two artists: From Polaroids of intimate ...
image a new - Re:locations - FLESH and FLUID: Three Spring Thesis Exhibitions
The Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College will present the second of this spring's series of...
Gerhard Richter: Oil Painting and Photography
Gerhard Richter himself has chosen the total of 27 pictures that comprises ...
Dialog III: RE:LOCATION Upper Austria - Poland
Following South Africa (1999) and Lithuania (2000), in 2001 Poland is the focal point for the projec...
Johan Thurfjell: Eight Dreams and the Places Dreamt About (2001)
Johan Thurfjell's family has many storytellers, something he has made use of in earlier works. One ...
FOCUS: Rineke Dijkstra
A highly anticipated exhibition of the work of acclaimed contemporary Dutch-born artist Rineke Dijks...
Black Box/White Cube Series - In Sync: Cinema and Sound in the Work of Julie Becker and Christian Marclay
Two recent video installations, Suburban Legend (1999) by Julie Becker and Up & Out ...
Anselm Kiefer: Painting, Sculpture, Woodcuts, Books
Anselm Kiefer (b. 1945) is perhaps best ...
Franz Marc and the Blue Rider
During the early years of the 20th century, German painter Franz Marc devoted much of his artist...
The Triumph of French Painting: Masterpieces from Ingres to Matisse
Drawn from the superb collections of the Walters Art Museum and the Baltimore Museum of Art due to...
Light: The Industrial Age 1750-1900, Art and Science, Technology and Society
Light: The Industrial Age 1750-1900, Art and Science, Technology and Society ...
Amy Alder Photographs Leonardo DiCaprio
This special commission by young American artist Amy Adler involves an unusual collaboration with...
Gary Lee Boas: Starstruck
Gary Lee Boas' candid snapshots offer us an intriguing view of celebrities between 1966 and 1980...
Hedda's House...continued stories from the woman on the couch: A Series of Installations by Gunilla Josephson
Beginning on April 11 at the Art Gallery of Mississauga, Gunilla Josephson brings to life the world...
The Detachment, Double Blind
French artist Sophie Calle (born 1957) is one of the best-known names in contemporary ...
Abelardo Morell and the Camera Eye
Photographer Abelardo Morell finds fascination with familiar ...
Marco Maggi: Global Mypoia
Born in Uruguay and living in New York, Marco Maggi works with the most prosaic materials, such as ...
Art at Midcentury: Spotlight on the Collection of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
The middle years of the 20th century saw the worlds art ...
Eye to Eye: Photographs of Local Adelaide Anthropologist Francis Edgar Williams
This exhibition pays tribute to the lifetime work of Williams, a local Adelaide talent, who graduate...
Painted With Thread: The Art Of American Embroidery
The artist selects a colored filament, threads a needle, takes the first stitch in a blank piece ...
Lure of the West: Treasures from the Smithsonian American Art Museum
Lure of the West features more than...
Bright Paradise: Tony De Lautour, Ian McDonald, Paul Morrison, Paul Seitsema
New Zealanders are well placed to speculate on the disturbing beauty of artificial paradises and ...
Inscriptions - Painting the Line: Work by Varvara Shavrova
Aston Hall, Birmingham's 'country house' museum, is to exhibit a stunning new art show from 13 Apri...
step into Leonardo's shoes... WORKSHOPS in DRAWING from HUMAN ANATOMICAL SPECIMENS
The School of Anatomy at the University of New South Wales (Sydney) is providing a rare opportunity ...
Tracey Moffatt - Cuatro: Form and Light in Cyberspace
Riverside -- UCR California Museum of Photography is pleased to present Tracey Moffatt, a dramatic ...
Call for Proposals: Anima, Digital Video Works by Emerging Women Artists
Perte de Signal is currently working on a project called Anima which gathers digital video works cr...
Call for Participants: Bauhaus Kolleg III Serve City 2001-02 - Work, Living, and Communication in the Space of Flows; Sydney, Australia
The Bauhaus Kolleg is currently soliciting applications for its third consecutive, post-graduate, ce...
Shifting Tides: Cuban Photography after the Revolution
LACMA exhibits revealing work by three generations of Cuban photographers that highlights th...
Stretch Mk1 - InterActive Sky Sculpture
Too much art is out out of reach, HANDS OFF - LOOK BUT DON'T ...
The Camps: Photographs of the Nazi Concentration and Extermination Camps (1933-1999)
The images we have in our memories of the Nazi concentration and extermination camps are usually b...
Disfarmer: Portraits from Arkansas - Seydou Keita: Portraits from Mali
In the middle of the twentieth century there was a lack of pretense to 'artmaking' in the work of ...
Stan Douglas: Le Detroit
Stan Douglas, born in Vancouver in 1960, is one of the most accomplished Canadian artists of the yo...
psyche: Work by Three Artists
psyche, Detroit Contemporarys last exhibition of ...
Open House: New Work by Sa Schloff
Portland Museum of Art inaugurates an exciting new series of exhibitions that combine the creative s...
Picasso: Las grandes series
One of the cultural events that has stirred up more expectation in the program for ...
Maureen Quin: The Hunt Series
Well-known South African sculptor, Maureen Quin will present a series of works at the NSA Gallery th...
Within Sight: Work by Contemporary Arlington Artists
The first exhibition under the AMA's new Director Anne Allen, Within Sight brings the Museum's mis...
ETIENNE HAJDU: Sculptures and drawings
Etienne Hajdu (1907-1996) Hungarian born in Romania and naturalized French in 1930 arrived in Paris ...
Rineke Dijkstra: Portraits
Dutch artist Rineke Dijkstra has gained international acclaim for her penetrating photographic portr...
Call for Proposals: Exhibition of Contemporary Sculpture
The sculptures will be divided into two main arenas: One large studio based work in the area at the ...
Ben Shahn's New York: The Photography of Modern Times
Ben Shahn's New York will present a pivotal, but little-examined body of photographic ...
PRINTS CHARMING: 20th Century Prints
This year's first 20th Century Prints sale to be held at Christie's features an array ...
Peter Le Vasseur: Tree of Life
Peter Le Vasseurs latest painting, Tree of Life, commisssioned by the Guernsey Museum and Art Galler...
Summer Workshops in the Netherlands
Once again the AMSU is presenting two courses in the field of art history this summer in Amsterdam ...
Biennale to Present over 40 Artists from 31 Countries
Curator Saskia Bos, director of the De Appel Foundation, Amsterdam, focuses on artists and works...
Radioactive Biohazard: Dr. Hunter O'Reilly, Ph.D. and Electric Eye Neon
Dr. Hunter O'Reilly, an artist and geneticist, reinterprets science as art in Radioactive Biohazar...
Fred Holland Day: Symbolist Photographer
Fred Holland Day (1864-1933) was a typical representative of the fin de siècle, a true dandy with a ...
Explore This - 2001: The Colored Pencil Society of America - First National Experimental Exhibition
Explore This - 2001, the 1st international juried experimental exhibition by the Colored Pencil Soc...
From the Sun King to the Royal Twilight: Painting in Eighteenth-Century France from the Musee de Picardie, Amiens
The collection of eighteenth-century painting at the Musée de Picardie, ...
Chain of Visions: Family, Politics and Religion in the Last Generation of Italian Contemporary Art
This exhibition showcases the works of 12 artists mostly in their 20s and 30s, ...
Plastic by Nature: A Sculptural Installation by Gordon Froud
Gordon Froud uses plastic cups and plates to create an installation entitled Plastic by Nature (a f...
Exchange Values: Images of Invisible Lives
A social sculpture project by Shelley Sacks in collaboration with the Social Sculpture Forum, and b...
Inferno and Paradiso: A Photojournalism Installation
Inferno and Paradiso was curated by Alfredo Jaar, one of the foremost representatives in today's in...
The Collector's Eye: Masterpieces of Egyptian Art from the Thalassic Collection, Ltd.,
The Thalassic collection is one of the finest private collections of ancient Egyptian art to be foun...
Traditions in Elegance: Two Centuries of British Teapots from the Norwich Castle Museum
One hundred teapots from the 18th and early 19th centuries will be on view at the Columbia Museum of...
Neo Rauch: Paintings and Drawings
Neo Rauch - with his paintings and drawings the Deutsche Guggenheim Berlin continues its series of e...
Seeing What the Heart Knows: The Art of Howard Terpning
Ostensibly, Terpning's visit to the Midwest will be to receive the Eiteljorg Museum Award for Excel...
Vietnamese Emotions II: Work by Trinh Tuan
Trinh Tuan uses lacquer paintings as a medium to express inner feelings and emotions. His subjects ...
Peter Wuethrich: Retrospective and Specific Installations
Peter Wüthrich (Bern, Switzerland, 1962) presents at CGAC his first retrospective show held in Spain...
CyberPowWow2K
OBORO is proud to be an official gathering site of CyberPowWow2K, a unique, Internet-based event w...
Artist in Residence: Spencer Nakasako
Believing that everyone should have access to the media of video and television to tell their stor...
Heightened Realities: The Monotypes of Ruth Weisberg
Ruth Weisberg is internationally recognized for monotypes, a medium that exists somewhere between ...
Grand Jury 6: Art of Manitoba
This year's Grand Jury show is extensive, featuring 75 two-dimensional and 16 three-dimensional work...
Intimate Worlds: Masterpieces of Indian Painting from the Alvin O. Bellak Collection
The collection of Dr. Alvin O. Bellak constitutes one of the finest private collections of Indian m...
Call to Artists: International Media Art Festival
From 6 -22 September 2001 MediaArt Friesland presents another international media art festival: Medi...
Nails, Weaves and Naturals: Black British Hairstyles and Nail Art
Nails, Weaves and Naturals: Black British Hairstyles and Nail Art is the Victoria and Albert Museums...
Call for Entries: 9th Biennial of Moving Images
Since its first edition in 1985, the Biennial of Moving Images has been one of the major ...
Imaging New England: Installation by John Craig Freeman, Lisa Link, and Margaret Wagner
Imaging New England, like its parent project Imaging North America, is an interdisciplinary collabor...
Dance of the Forest Spirits: Native American Masks
This exhibition tells the story of a set of masks commissioned and used by a family of ...
Call for Entries: 2001 Photo Review Photography Competition
Kathy Ryan, the award-winning photo editor of The New York Times Magazine, will be the juror for the...
New Video Work by Richard Couzins
Exploiting links between sound and image, Richard Couzins utilises video to inhabit spaces that sit ...
Enrico Castellani
On 26 April an exhibition devoted to Enrico Castellani (Castelmassa, Rovigo, 1930) opened at Fondazi...
The Art Of Henry Moore
Sothebys.com is pleased to offer its first online auction dedicated to Henry Moore, the artist whos...
Something for Everyone: Cycle Selected by Ferran Barenblit, Frederic Montornés and Mònica Regàs; Works by Douglas Gordon, Joseph Grigely, João Louro, La pensée et l’erreur
On Thursday 26 April, three solo exhibitions by Douglas Gordon, Joseph Grigely and João Louro will o...
Pastorale Chiaroscuro
He is a sculptor, graphic artist and ceramist; he has choreographed a ballet and designed sets; but ...
Alexis Rockman: Future Evolution
Alexis Rockman's meticulous paintings of naturally or artificially mutated creatures are ...
The Room  and Collaborations: New Work from Virginia Hilyard and Varsha Nair
The Room  and Collaborations represents new work from  filmmaker Virginia Hilyard and visual artist ...
Cleaving the Body: Bart Gazzola, Brian Piitz, Helena Wadsley, Kevin Whitfield
The physical body was once seen as a mysterious vessel which was vulnerable to many unexplained dise...
Piotr Nathan: He who Counts the Stars
The work of the artist Piotr Nathan, born in 1956 in Gdansk and now living in Berlin, covers the las...
The King over the Water: The Life of Prince James Francis Edward Stuart
The King over the Water, the toast raised to James Stuart by his Jacobite supporters, tells the stor...
MARC CHAGALL: EARLY WORKS FROM RUSSIAN COLLECTIONS
This spring, The Jewish Museum will present an exhibition of early works by Marc Chagall (1887-1985...
Can You Judge a Book by Its Cover - A Celebration of Classic Scottish Literature and Contempory Scottish Art
Featuring specially commissioned artwork by six of Scotland's leading contemporary artists, this exh...
What’s Wrong - Open the Door...
The title of Stephen Prina's installation, What's Wrong - Open the Door...., is taken from the Engli...
James Nachtwey: Testimony
The Delaware Art Museum will present James Nachtwey: Testimony, an exhibition of 10 large-scale phot...
Mondrian: The Transatlantic Paintings
The Harvard University Art Museums will present a groundbreaking exhibition exploring the transatlan...
Cyborg Manifesto, or The Joy of Artifice
Cyborg Manifesto, or The Joy of Artifice is a group exhibition that looks at the interrelationship o...
Karel Appel - pastorale chiaroscuro
He is a sculptor, graphic artist and ceramist; he has choreographed a ballet and designed sets; but ...
Breeze of AIR / Hortus Conclusus
Breeze of AIR / Hortus Conclusus, a co-production of Witte de With and AIR ...
Love and Loss: American Portrait and Mourning Miniatures from the Yale University Art Gallery
This major exhibition from the Yale University Art Gallery, organized by Robin Jaffee Fran...
Inventing New Britain: The Victorian Vision 5
The way the Victorians shaped our lives is the theme of the V&A’s major spring exhibition, Inventing...
L’Esprit Nouveau: Purism in Paris, 1918–1925
LACMA revisits the origins of the Modernist movement, which made a lasting change in art and...
CALL FOR ENTRIES - Drawing the New Millennium: The Challenge of Media and Idea to the Nature of Drawing
This exhibition of all mediums by artists residing from New York to Newfoundland will take place Oct...
Iranian Contemporary Art: The Curve
Celebrating the artistic vibrancy of Iranian art of the last 40 years, ...
Parallel Worlds: Works by Lisa Crowley, Megan Dunn, Sean kerr, Maddie Leach, Ella Bella Moonshine Reed, Jono Rotman
Parallel Worlds is the first component of the Co-Existenz Australia/New Zealand Cultural Exchange be...
47th Annual Film Festival Opens Thursday
In the four competitions held at the 47th International Short Film Festival, 149 short films will co...
16 Works from the Herbert and Natalie Kirshner Collection, New York
DM 500,000 - 700,000 is the estimate for Gabriele Münter's oil painting Kandinsky und Erma Bossi am ...
Margaret Evangeline: The Confessions of Mlle. G.
The exhibition, a first for the PBICA, will consist of a single installation on paper and a large pa...
Call for Proposals: Pizza Surprise - Think inside the square you live in
Pizza Surprise is a curated exhibition of 10 new works that take art out of the gallery and directly...
Art Alive Celebrates It's 20th anniversary of
From May 2 though 6, the San Diego Museum of Art opens its doors to over 100 world-renowned and up-a...
The Art of Persuasion: The Echenberg Collection
The Eastern Townships Research Centre and the Art ...
Jacqueline Kennedy: The White House Years—Selections from the John F. Kennedy Library and Museum
To mark the fortieth anniversary of her emergence ...
Call to Artists and Craftspeople: ART MART Exhibition Program at the Community Arcade at Boston City Hall Plaza
Mayor Thomas M. Menino, the Boston Redevelopment Authority, the Trust for City Hall Plaza and the Of...
FotoCraft Camera Club Celebrating 64 Years Of Photography
The Alexandria Black History Resource Center will host a new photography exhibit, FotoCraft Camer...
Future Art Group: An Exhibition for Universal Peace and Friendship
Future Art Group is an internet based group. They communicate through a yahoo club and email. The f...
Helena Almeida: Pintura Habitada and Other Works, 1975 to Present
This exhibtion which is Helena Aalmeida's first solo exhibition in the US, surveys her black and whi...
ROGUE PLASTIC: Dani Marti,  Paul McInnes, David Sequeira
Plastic has gotten away. It began in 1862 when Alexander Parkes unveiled Parkesine - a material deri...
Sixth Now Annual Festival Opens in Brussels Today
From 4 to 26 of May, the KunstenFESTIVALdesArts descends again on Brussels. This sixth edition prese...
O'Keeffe's O'Keeffes: The Artist's Collection
The Milwaukee Art Museum and the Georgia OKeeffe Museum are organizers of a major exhibition of work...
20TH Anniversary Benefit Auction for BOMB Magazine
This sale will feature contemporary art donated by artists such as Sol Lewitt, Nan Goldin, Mike Bi...
Polixeni Papapetrou: AUTHORITY, Andrew Curtis: VOLT, Darren Sylvester: WE CAN DO ANYTHING, Joachim Froese: RHOPOGRAPHY
These four exhibtions deal with different subjects and issues. In her latest body of work, Polixeni ...
The 4th Annual Subtle Technologies Conference for Video Screening and Exhibition Exploring the Space Between Science and Art
The Subtle Technologies Conference is a 4-day multidisciplinary event that explores the strands and...
Portrait/Self Portrait: Prints and Drawings from the Museum's Collections
A unique survey exhibition of portraits and self-portraits by artists of the last five centuries wi...
Michael Elmgreen and Ingar Dragset: Galerie Klosterfelde
The works of Michael Elmgreen and Ingar Dragset represent an ongoing investigation of established st...
The Unfinished Print: Works by Rembrandt, Piranesi, Degas, Munch and Others
The National Gallery of Art's exhibition, The Unfinished Print, investigates the ...
The Art of Lin Chi-fong
The 2001 solo-exhibition of Lin Chi-fong is a collection of works that the young painter...
The Art of Humane Propaganda
The objective of the Farm Security Administrations (FSA) photographic project...
Cuttings
We all experience forms of multiple identification, and our identi...
Kim Cridler: Impossibility and Persistence
SHEBOYGAN, WI - The steel and mixed media sculptures of Kim Cridler are featured in the exhibition...
And the Moral of the Story...Lovis Corinth's Lithographs Depicting the Fable of Reinecke Fuchs are the Highlights of the Auction - Modern Art on Paper
The sale of Lovis Corinth's 30 colour lithographs illustrating Johann Wolfgang Goethe's Reinecke Fuc...
Steve McQueen
With Steve McQueen, the first exhibition shown in the new exhibition halls, the Kunsthalle Wien move...
Old and New Masters to be Represented in the 256th Auction
Ketterer Kunst Hamburg's 256th auction Old and New Masters will take place on 23 May 2001 at Neuer W...
Open City: Street Photographs 1950-2000
Working in the street has always been one of the key activities of photographers, but since the inve...
Sky-Wreck, a Large Site-specific Textile work by Chicago-based Conceptual Artist Helen Mirra
Given the disparate nature of her practice and her interest in language, the label conceptual artis...
Residency Opportunity for Visual Artists
ince 1990, the Pouch Cove Foundation has been providing studio/residence space to visiting artists...
VICENTE PASCUAL: Imago Mundi
Pascuals most recent paintings are a continuation of his ambitious project of investigation into the...
Wide Variety Summer School Programs Offered
This summer classes are being offered at the Summer School in the Penokean Hills (July 16- August 3,...
Kim Adams: Bruegel-Bosch Bus
This incredible tour de force by Kim Adams is in the 4th year of a pr...
California Art Club 91st Annual Gold Medal Juried Exhibition
The California Art Club, est. 1909, announces its 91st Annual Gold Medal Juried Exhibition at the P...
Efrain Almeida: His First Retrospective Exhibition
Brazil is a country which is being increasingly recognised artistically as a result of ...
New Works by Andrew Verster , Installation by Marklyn Govender and Clint Singh
Bandhini is the visual theme running through the new works by renowned Durban artist Andrew Verster....
Icons of Transfiguration by James Olmesdahl
James Olmesdahl have produced a series of oil paintings on canvas for the past five years, all execu...
West Meets East: China and Japan at the Centennial Exhibition
Most Americans -- including future Asian art scholars and such ...
Call for Entries: October International Competition 2001
The Robert and Mary Montgomery Armory Art Center, West Palm Beach, Florida will bring the most respe...
DAMP: What we Want, What We'll Do for It
Melbourne based collaborative art group DAMP began in 1995 and now comprises fourteen members. The g...
American Impressionists Abroad and at Home: Paintings from the Collection of The Metropolitan Museum of Art
This is the only mid-Atlantic venue for the exhibition. Drawn from the Metropolitans distinguished c...
Domenic Cretara: Portals
Boston artist, Domenic Cretara makes his first Seattle exhibition at the Frye this spring. Cretara'...
Treasures from the Hermitage Museum, Russia: Rubens and His Age
For more than 200 years, the State Hermitage Museum has survived wars and sieges, co...
Salomon Huerta: Paintings
Born in Tijuana and based in Los Angeles, Huerta is best known for his enigmatic portraits of ano...
As Painting: Division and Displacement
As Painting: Division and Displacement is an ambitious and provocative exhibition that explores the ...
CALL FOR ABSTRACT ARTISTS: DIGITAL CATALOG OF EMERGING AND MID-CAREER ARTISTS
ArtHaven International is currently working on a project called CD ROM Collective 2001 which gathers...
UNBRIDLED: An Exhibition of Photographers Sponsored by Joes Basement
This is an exhibition of personal photographs by photographers represented by Carter Represents at t...
Exhibition of work by Mary Chaplin, Liz Garnett, Donna Hawkes-Baines and Marion Lynn
Four artists have got together to collaborate on an exhibition that looks at the cultural similari...
JUNCTURE: Cape Town/London
JUNCTURE n. joining; place where things join; concurrence of events, state of affairs. JUNCTURE brin...
El Greco: Themes and Variations
Following the critical acclaim of the recent small exhibition Velázquez in New York Museums, The Fri...
Land Ahoy: Marine Painting from Four Centuries
The sails are set, the flags are hoisted: Ketterer Kunst will set sail on Saturday, 23 May 2001 with...
Call For Entries: MacWorld Expo Digital Art Contest
Entries now being accepted for the 4th Annual Macworld Expo Digital Art Contest. An independent pan...
Tribal Vision: Photography by Wayne Quilliam
Internationally acclaimed Aboriginal Photographer Wayne Quilliam in conjunction with a number of loc...
Giorgio Morandi: The Collectors Eye
This exhibition comprises twelve oil paintings from four private collections in Florence, ...
Drawing By Chance: Installation by Margaret B. Tittemore
Inspired by the work of composer John Cage, Margaret B. Tittemore transports his chance operation t...
The Experiment 3: Utopia Travel - Emanuel Danesch and David Rych
Since March 2000, Emanuel Danesch and David Rych have been concerned with video works by artists fro...
SKIN: New Work of Hong Kong Artist Pan Xing Lei
This is the second solo show of this controversial international artist in New York, and the first t...
Frank Gehry, Architect: Retrospective Features Models, Plans, Drawings, Furniture, Photographs, and Video Footage, as well as Two Site-Specific Architectural Elements
Frank Gehry, Architect, the most comprehensive exhibition of Frank Gehry's work to date, opens at th...
The Short Century. Independence and Liberation Movements in Africa 1945 - 1994
From May 18 to July 29, 2001,the Haus der Kulturen der Welt (House of the World Cultures) will be s...
Visions of Nature from Le Petit Palais in Paris
Bergen Art Museum hosts Visions of Nature from Le Petit Palais in Paris, an exhibit of exceedingly h...
Housing and Studio Space for Perspective Artist Homeowners
Surreal Estates is a group of professional artists in Sacramento, California, who are building a uni...
Heroes and Villains from Japan's Floating World
In classical Japanese art, ...
Works from Renaissance to 20th-Century Highlight How Artists and their Workshops Used Both Sides of the Sheet
The first exhibition of drawings to focus primarily on the relationship between the front and the ba...
THE SURREALIST AND THE PHOTOGRAPHER: ROLAND PENROSE AND LEE MILLER
These two complementary exhibitions (Roland Penrose at the Dean; Lee Miller at the Gallery of Modern...
Kaballes: Noemi Otamendi
Since childhood Noemi Ottamendi has had an insistent impulse to produce images of horses. It is a s...
The Path of Resistance. MoMA meets Moderna 1960 - 2000
In this summers big exhibition, Resistance, Moderna Museet co-operates with The Museum of Modern Ar...
IDEA TO REALITY - A GRANT WRITING FORUM & PRACTICAL WORKSHOP
Brisbane Powerhouse and Brisbane City Council are presenting Switch On, a series of arts industry f...
Uniform: Order and Disorder
P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center presents Uniform: Order and Disorder, a ...
MARY HEILMAN: Abstract Painting by NY based artist
Mary Heilmann makes lush, abstract paintings. This first solo exhibition of her work in Britain feat...
Fiona Tan: MATRIX 144
The Indonesian-born artist and filmmaker who now lives in The Netherlands will have her ...
Picasso Ceramics: Selections from the Bercuson Collection at the Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale
This exhibition comes from the Bernie Bercuson Collection of Picasso Ceramics at ...
Elements: New Work by Jan Aronson
Elements: New Work by Jan Aronson, on view May 18 through July 22, ...
Ron Noganosh: It Take Time
Ron Noganosh: It Takes Time brings together a selection of nineteen works produced over the ...
Works by Katherine Bull and Fritha Langerman
The Department of Fine Arts, University of Stellenbosch presents an exhibition of work by Katherine ...
Bill Woodrow: The Beekeeper
Bill Woodrow is one of the worlds foremost sculptors. He has exhibited his work ...
Dance of the Forest Spirits: A Set of Native American Masks
This exhibition tells the story of a set of masks commissioned and used by a ...
Special Exhibition and Permanent Installation Provide Overview of Two Decades of Dan Flavin s Work
The Dan Flavin Art Institute, in Bridgehampton, New York, opens for its summer season on May 24, 20...
Los Carpinteros: Ciudad Transportable (Transportable City)
P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center is pleased to present Ciudad Transportable ...
Pieter Bruegel the Elder: Master Draughtsman and Humanist
In association with New York's Metropolitan Museum the Boijmans Van Beuningen Museum plans a maj...
Weathers of the Mind: An Installation by Judy Holding
Huge dilly bags made out of coloured plastic shopping bags hang from the ceiling, patchwork blankets...
Bauhaus Theater Workshop for Dancers, Actors, Stage Designers, Filmmakers, Musicians and All Others Interested
For the third time, the Bauhaus Dessau Foundation invites dancers, actors, stage designers, filmmak...
Miles Draws: The Art of Miles Davis
Concentrating on works created in the 1980's, Miles Draws at the Forum for Contemporary Art will ill...
Architecture in Cambridge: Shaping the City
Architecture in Cambridge: Shaping the City, showcases the work of emerging young archit...
C.O.L.A. 2001: New Work by Ten Artists
A collaboration between the City of Los Angeles Cultural Affairs Department and the Skirball Cultu...
Call for Submissions: Gibraltar Point Artist Residency Program
The Gibraltar Point Residency Program provides professional artists with a fully subsidized opportun...
The Gravity of the Immaterial: Inaugural Exhibition at ICA, Taipei
The first museum in Taiwan completely dedicated to the exhibition of contemporary art will open to ...
A Legacy of Early California Paintings: The Shumate Collection
Paintings from the 19th century art collection of Dr. C. Albert Shumate are featured in the exhibiti...
High Societies: Psychedelic Rock Posters from Haight-Ashbury, Toulouse-Lautrec and the Cabarets of Montmartre, Japanese Woodblock Prints and the Floating World of Edo
The San Diego Museum of Art opens its special exhibition High Societies on May 26, treating visitors...
The Peoples Art / A Arte do Povo: 20 Dutch Artists
Porto 2001, Cultural Capital has commissioned Bartomeu Marí, director of Witte de With, center for c...
Contemporary Artists' Exploration of Games
Throughout the 20th century, the world of games - with its inversions of mastery, dependence on cha...
Tony Tascona: Resonance
Since the early sixties Tascona’s work has been exhibited and collected by art ...
Total Study Center: The Work Of Bruce Tapola
Bruce Tapola's installation fuses library, research facillity, and conference room into a context fo...
Ben Sleeuwenhoek: The River that Flows Forever
This exhibitions features works on paper by Ben Sleeuwenhoek. Simultaneously with the exhibition a c...
Summer Selections: American Landscape Drawings and Watercolors
Beginning in 2001 and continuing in succeeding ...
TRACES by Stavros Georgiades
Georgiades will present a body of sculptures, including stone and woodcarvings. The exhibition embod...
FORMA: BRAZIL - Iran do Espírito Santo and Rivane Neuenschwander
The Americas Society is pleased to announce the second exhibition of FORMA: BRAZIL, a five-month exp...
Kimono As Canvas
As in previous years, Cairns Regional Gallery joins the Japan ...
Wolfgang Laib: A Retrospective
Wolfgang Laib: A Retrospective, the most comprehensive survey ever held in the United States of the...
Jasper Johns: Prints from Four Decades
Familiar images of targets, maps, flags, ale cans, and body parts, interpreted in prints ...
THE EXPERIMENT 4: Florence Lazar, Apichatpong Weerasethakul - x-lands / extended
The two-part exhibition x-lands / extended aims to address questions of the construction of identity...
Little Snappers Exhibit
A unique exhibition of prize winning photographs of school life by school children will go on show o...
Rebecca Horn
Rebecca Horn comprises 15 works, selected personally by th...
Gypsies, Jews, Blacks and Queers and other free radicals (Nu Elementz in Performance Art at Notting Hill Arts Club)
This show is telling you that: Fine art is concerned with itself in a way that no other art form cou...
Darlene Nguyen-Ely: Evolution of Form
Diane Farris Gallery is pleased to present Darlene Nguyen-Ely's third solo exhibition of her lates...
THE SHOW 2001
Do you want to experience the very best up and coming artists, designers, architects, communicators ...
Telling Tales I: Classical Images
Ever since antiquity, the artistic vocabulary developed by the Greeks and Romans has ...
RENOIR TO PICASSO: Masterpieces from the Musee de l'Orangerie, Paris
The great names in modern French art, including ...
New Drawings and Video Work by Simon Woolham
Simon Woolham works with drawings, video and stories recalling memories from his childhood in Manche...
233rd SUMMER EXHIBITION 2001
This year Peter Blake, as Senior Hanger, has decided to make a departure from the way in which works...
Yves Tanguy Retrospective
Organized by the Staatsgalerie Stuttgart and presented ...
The First American Retrospective of William Kentridge
The first American retrospective of internationally acclaimed South African artist William Kentridg...
mis.com: Fiona Bowie, Lorna Simpson, Sophie Calle and Gregory Shepard
From June 2 through July 22 Presentation House Gallery presents the media work of three artists gr...
Alice Neel: Portraits of People and Places
Alice Neel's daring portraits of people and places are among the most insightful images in 20th-...
Sculpture by Manuel Sola / 20th Century Avantgarde
Sola is heir to a rich sculptural tradition whose origins lie in the revolutionary efforts with obje...
Ban/Ban: Four American and Four Korean Aritists
A group exhibition of four American artists and four Korean artists, members of the Young Artists A...
Stories For Grandchildren: Mitch Robertson
Mitch Robertson’s solo exhibition, Stories for Grandchildren juxtaposes the glamour and nostalgia of...
Grants Available for Arts and Arts Service Organization who Create Internship Opportunities for Individuals with Disabilities Interested in Pursuing Careers in the Arts
Announcing: Career in the Arts Internships (CAI) for arts and arts service organizations interested...
Fred Ros: Antarctica Work to be Featured
Last January Fred Ros was the first artist in the world to visit Antarctica with the goal of making ...
Photographs: A Decade of Collecting
Masterpieces of early French photography and American photographs since ...
Intimate Pleasures - Asian Handscrolls and The Four Seasons in Asian Painting
The Saint Louis Art Museum's Asian collection celebrates summer with the concurrent exhibitions In...
49th International Exhibition of Art: Plateau of Humankind
The 49th International Exhibition of Art wi...
Hitchcock and Art: Fatal Coincidences
This bold, lavish and innovative exhibition is the first ever in which a museum has drawn parall...
The Beautiful and the Damned: The Creation of Identity in 19th Century Photography
This exhibition examines the rise of social and celebrity portrait photography in the 19th ce...
James Gillray: The Art of Caricature
Satire has often been seen as the disposable art of an urban, commercialised culture, one of ...
Brigdens of Winnipeg
Brigdens, one of Canada’s oldest graphic arts firms, opened a branch in Winnipeg ...
Jorge Castillo
This selection of pieces by Jorge Castill...
Picasso: The Artists Studio
For Pablo Picasso (1881-1973), the studio was the center of his world. There he ...
The Mummies of Guanajuato: A Series of Paintings
Mesmerizing, these mummies linger in the viewer's consciousness. Each mummy has its own haunting exp...
Feng Mengbo: PHANTOM TALES - The Latest in the Series of Artists' Projects for the Web
On June 14, 2001, Dia Center for the Arts launches Phantom Tales, a work created by media artist Fe...
Beton
Noise, acoustic garbage that results from working with cement, is collected by the artist at various...
Propulsion: John Meade / Gentle: Pat Brassington
John Meades concerns with the figure as a sculptor are translated here into large-scale, simultaneo...
The Idea of Louis Sullivan
In 1956, photographer John Szarkowski published a book documenting the ...
Tswelonala: Paintings and Sculptures by Vincent Tshulupi / Prints and Paintings by Plumber Mbokazi
Two new exhibitions open at the BAT Centre on Friday 8 June. Tswelonala, the Sotho word for the tim...
The World As One. Photography From Germany After 1989
THE WORLD AS ONE is an exhibition of 1990s professional documentary photography in colour, and featu...
Rembrandt's Women
Rembrandt was one of the most original artists ever to wield a brush, draw a sketch or make an etc...
BIG: Members 4th Annual Exhibition
Artspace's 4th annual exhibition, titled 'BIG', will run from June 9th to 30th 2001 in the Generator...
Made in Oakland: The Furniture of Garry Knox Bennett
Exuberant eccentricity distinguishes the work of Garry Knox Bennett, whose unconventional furniture ...
Jade, The Ultimate Treasure of Ancient China
The Art Gallery of Hamilton is proud present Jade, The Ultimate Treasure of Ancient China. Never be...
Iqqaipaa: Celebrating Inuit Art, 1948-1970
That's what Iqqaipaa (pronounced, roughly, ee-KY-puh) means in Inuktitut, the indigenous language s...
New Australiana: Work by 11 Australian Photographers
An Australian Centre for Photography (ACP) exhibition, New Australiana, opens to the public at Cairn...
Call for Digital Media Artists Living in King County, WA
The King County Public Art Program, Kent Arts Commission and ArtStar Association are seeking up to f...
Call for Proposals from Artists: ZERO GRAVITY
The Arts Catalyst, the science-art agency, invites proposals from London and Moscow artists to deve...
Richard Meryman: For the Love of Painting
The first overview exhibit of paintings by Dublin artist Richard Meryman will be presented this summ...
Summer Window: An Installation by James Cullinane
The Rice Gallery will inaugurate its Summer Window series with Pastor and Collux, an original site-s...
A Baroque Party
The Baroque is omnipresent in Vienna, whether it is in churches, public spaces and museum collection...
TAPIO WIRKKALA - eye, hand, thought -
Tapio Wirkkala (1915-1985) is the symbolic figure of Finnish design. He was an artist of exceptiona...
Winslow Homer and the Critics: Forging a National Art in th 1870s
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art—LACMA—presents Winslow Homer and the Critics: Forging a Na...
Spirit of an Age: Nineteenth-Century Paintings from the Nationalgalerie, Berlin
One of the most significant presentations, in terms of range and quality, of ...
Popular CultureS
The exhibition Popular CultureS will focus on the variety and ...
Art Fair Opens Today
Agreeably warm temperatures, longer days and all the glories of nature are unmistakable signs that s...
Midsummer Enchantments: The Teapots of Eunjung Park
Rhode Island artist Eunjung Park's teapots go far beyond traditional tea service. The Korean-bor...
Juan Munoz: new sculpture unveiled
The Spanish artist Juan Muñoz is to undertake the second in The Unilever Series of comission...
Metaphors: Enriquillo R. Amiama
Metaphors a new series of works by Caribbean painter Enriquillo R. Amiama will be shown at Galeria C...
YR1: A Snapshot of Bitain in the 21st Century
During periods of social change and significant moments in history, it is not unusual for one phot...
Sean Scully: The Nineties - Paintings, Pastels, Watercolors, Photographs
Sean Scully, who was born in Ireland in 1945, lives in New York, Barcelona and London. In the last t...
The Great Wide Open: Panoramic Photographs of the American West
The dynamic relationship between panoramic imagery and understandings of the American West will be e...
Picasso érotique
From June 14 to September 16, 2001, the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts wi...
A Private Playground: Oil Paintings by Xie Qi
Xie Qi, born in Sichuan Province in the early 1970s, is a graduate from and teacher at the China Cen...
Short Stories
For the next year, Short Stories provides unlimited possibilities for displaying art in the Henry's ...
Gustav Klimt: Modernism in the Making
This summer, bask in Gustav Klimts seductive colours, vibrant brushwork, and sinuous line. As one of...
Virgil Marti Opens New Work
A new site-specific work by the Philadelphia-based Virgil Marti will be on view at the Pennsylvani...
American Outdoors: Seasonal Prints By Winslow Homer
Winslow Homer (1836-1910) was perhaps the most famous illustrator of his day, earning his living...
Don Harvey: Invented Landscapes-A Ten Year Survey AND Intimate Majesty: Metalworks by Heather White | PULSE
Explore the physical history of place and the cultural history of time in two distinct solo exhibiti...
Darren Almond
From 16 June through 12 August 2001, De Appel will devote a solo presentation to Darren Almond, a y...
Juan Miro: Parade of Obsessions
The Joan Miró Foundation was officially inaugurated on 18 June 1976 with the exhibition Joan Miró. P...
Great Lakes: An Exhibition of Artists, Poets and Writers
On June 15, 22 Canadian visual artists and writers unveil a multi-disciplined exhibition entitled Gr...
Fluxus Games Exhibition Mixes Hijinks and High Art
How would you play chess on a backgammon board or use a deck of 52 jokers or win a bicycle race in ...
aH'Ha: A Michael Nicholson Studio Installation
An hypnotic revolving sculpture, using coloured light and shapes beamed onto the back of the Galler...
Images: Photography by Ed and Stacia Johnson
This exhibition features the work of Ed and Stacia Johnson. They are a professional free-lance photo...
THIS IS THE FLOW by The Girl Skateboard Company + Gyz La Rivière & Robert Rosenau
A first-of-its-kind project exploring the ideas of form, commodity, creativity, space and imaginatio...
A River Runs Through It: Riverside Views of the Thames
The River Thames beats at the heart of the Borough of Richmond Upon Thames. Spanning 21 miles, it fl...
Master Drawings from the Smith College Museum of Art
The Smith College Museum of Art in Northampton, Massachusetts, is widely acknowledged to have ...
Bitterkomix, i-jusi, Boogie Lights
The NSA Gallery opens three exhibitions Bitterkomix, i-jusi and Boogie Lights. Bitterkomix is South...
Drawing Materials and Techniques: Works on Paper from the Oppe Collection 1700-1850
Thomas Gainsborough and Richard Wilson are two of the artists whose drawings feature in ...
Antony Gormley: Some of the Facts
Tate St Ives is showing a challenging group of sculptural works by Antony Gormley. The e...
Portraits as Still Lifes: the Photographs of Roger Ballen
This anthology of the photographs of Roger Ballen explores the whole spectrum of his work over a ...
Altered Landscape: the Carol Franc Buck Collection
THE ALTERED LANDSCAPE presents a selection of nearly 100 ...
Elie Nadelman: Classical Folk
Elie Nadelman: Classical Folk, the first major survey of the artist in over two decades, ope...
Vermeer and the Delft School
Painting from the Dutch town of Delft is generally most readily associated with the genius of Joh...
Carlos Blanco: LA CRUDA REALIDAD - Raw Reality
TheSpace@inIVA presents new work by Colombian artist Carlos Blanco. LA CRUDA REALIDAD is a commenta...
Cos Cob Art Colony: Impressionists on the Connecticut Shore
From about 1890 to 1920, the Cos Cob area of Greenwich, Connecticut, was the testing ground for ...
The Propaganda Project: Seven emerging artists and a performance group
Seven artists came together and discussed the cultural, socio political, and general idea of Propag...
Chihuly at the VandA
The first extensive UK exhibition of glass installations by the internationally acclaimed Seattle ...
Katrina Lodge: Selected Works
Katrina Lodge's paintings are two-dimensional representations of the remarkable three-dimensional c...
Mies in Berlin: Mies van der Rohe's German Work and Other Projects in Europe
Mies in Berlin is the first in-depth look at the early career of architect ...
Swamp Dynamics: an installation  by Bronwyn Wright
A car wreck, almost rusted through, occupies the gallery floor whilst images of other  cars  flicker...
Well Heeled: A Shoe Exhibition
The Well-Heeled show is a juried exhibition that will showcase artwork that has some correlation to ...
Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2001
New Contemporaries is an annual exhibition of work by students and recent graduates from the UK's ar...
Against Design: Art, Utility, and Design
The exhibition Against Design examines various interpretations of contemporary design and blurs the ...
New Painting in Australia: Phenomena
The first in a series of three annual ...
Call for Artists: World's Largest Accordian Book of Fine Prints - 100 Universes
Contemporary Crafts Gallery, a non-profit museum, gallery and residency supporting fine crafts sin...
Egypt Revealed: Life and Death in Ancient Egypt
Egypt Revealed: Life and Death in Ancient Egypt, which opens on June 23, will feature many rare art...
Platform: An Exhibition by Lyndall Kennedy of Furniture and Furniture-like Objects
Contrasting her fine craft with unlikely materials such as knitting and chewing gum, along with the ...
C'era: 19 candles, 1 sculpture by Domenico Olivero
Saturday evening, on June 23th, 2001, an unusual artistic performance by Domenico Olivero will take ...
Half Past Autumn: The Art of Gordon Parks
The first retrospective exhibition of works by renowned American artist Gordon Parks will be on view...
John A. and Margaret Hill Collection of American Western Art AND Silver Blossoms, Turquoise Mountains: Southwest Indian Jewelry
The John A. and Margaret Hill Collection of American Western Art has been organized by Cheekwood-Ten...
Solo Exhibtions: Tony Feher and Sarah Sze
Solo exhibitions featuring new work by artists Tony Feher and Sarah Sze will be on view, beginning S...
Li Jin: New Works
Li Jin, professor at the Tianjin Academy of Fine Arts, specializes in ink-wash and gong-bi figure pa...
Listening to the Animals: New Work by Sarah Hauser
Sarah Hausers current series of woodblock prints and drawings captures a glimpse of moments of hum...
Wit, Wonder and Whirling Wigs
The Power Plant, Canadas leading non-collecting contemporary art gallery, opens its doors this sum...
John Henry Blatter: Video Installations
In this exhibition of video installation work by John Henry Blatter, the Museum continues its lo...
Digital: Revolutions in Printmaking
This is the 27th exhibition in the Print National series, a periodic survey of important development...
Beyond the Easel: Decorative Painting by Bonnard, Vuillard, Denis, and Roussel, 1890-1930
A unique exhibition Beyond the Easel: Decorative Painting by ...
Ousmane Sow: Monumental Sculpture in Celebration of the IV Games of La Francophonie
In celebration of the IV Games of La Francophonie, the National Gallery of Canada provides the oppor...
Michelangelo: Drawings and Other Treasures from the Casa Buonarroti, Florence
Following the High's presentation, the exhibition will travel to only one other U.S. venue, the To...
Crossing the Line: Site Specific Works by Fifty Artists throughout Queens
Crossing the Line - between art and life, observation and participation, ...
Malcolm Morley: In Full Color
Malcolm Morley, winner of the first Turner Prize in 1984, is an artist whose work defies cla...
Enchanting Photographs: Craig Varjabedian
The Hacienda de los Martinez of the Kit Carson Historic Museums in Taos, New Mexico will present the...
Robert Motherwell and Jasper Johns: Poetic Works as Metaphor
Collaborations between writers and artists are often a source of intensely creative artistic expre...
Pop Impressions Europe/USA: Prints and Multiples from The Museum of Modern Art
The exhibition Pop Impressions Europe/USA: Prints and Multiples from The Museum of Modern Art pre...
Stark: A Large Scale Drawing Installation by Jennifer Hicks
Stark consists of large black and white charcoal drawings which are 15 feet tall by 10 feet wide. T...
Greg Schultz : Landscapes at the National Arts Festival, South Africa
Landscape painting has been the artists' preoccupation for more than a decade. The energy of the new...
Edward Hillel: Dispositions
The Art Gallery of Hamilton - in collaboration with the National Gallery of Prague - presents a maj...
Call for Entries: International Open Image 2001
September Song is providing both a platform for new comers and a showcase for professionals' work. ...
Fauve Painting 1905-7: The Triumph of Pure Colour
The years 1905 to 1907 saw the full flowering of Fauvism and the exhibition will feature work by all...
See America First: Prints by H.C. Westermann
The American sculptor, painter, draftsman and printmaker H.C. Westermann (1922-19...
A Portrait of the Gold Coast: The Art of Betty Quelhurst
A Portrait of the Gold Coast: the art of Betty Quelhurst is an important retrospective of one of the...
Carr, O'Keeffe, Kahlo: Places of Their Own
Few North American women artists have achieved the legendary stature of Emily Carr (1871-1945, Cana...
Kabinet Overholland - Jean Dubuffet
Sixty drawings, watercolours, gouaches and collages from the collection of the Museum of Modern A...
Two Solo Exhibitons: Lollie Groth, Like a Buddah and Nancy Skrimstad, River Juice
Hui No‚eau Visual Arts Center on Maui is proud to present its 2001 Solo Exhibit featuring Lollie Gr...
Snow.Noise - Carsten Nicolai
On his return from exhibiting at ...
Grandma Moses in the 21st Century
On June 30, a major retrospective exhibition of paintings by one of the most popular artists in the ...
Travellers' Tales: Internet-based Visual Arts Project
For Travellers' Tales, the Institute of International Visual Arts (inIVA) is bringing together nine...
Artists from Myriad Disiples to Produce Sound Elements for Cross-Genre Projects
18 innovative artists from all artistic disciplines have been selected to participate in Jack Stra...
Oscar Araripe: Little Sea Houses and Seascapes
With almost a hundred exhibitions, Oscar Araripe continues to renew the art of painting not only th...
Bergmans Dinosaurs
Stone and bronze sculptures by Alan Lisle and Nick Whitmore, paintings in oil, acrylic and mixed me...
Sideshow of the Absurd: Art by Pamela Joseph
For the last three years, Pamela Joseph has been working on her traveling show, The Sideshow of the...
Utrecht's Golden Age: Caravaggists and Italianists from Dutch Collections
The Golden Age of Dutch art is generally associated with painters like Rembrandt, Johannes Vermeer ...
Donald Sultan: In Still-Life Tradition
An exhibition of works by artist Donald Sultan that focuses on what is ...
Buzz Club: News from Japan
P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center presents Buzz Club: News from Japan, an exhibition ...
Fore Photographers: Anthony Jones,Catherine Jacobs, Irene Lumley and Ray Spence
Bringing fresh and thought provoking photography to the foreground,this Mayfair show offers express...
Portail Francophone de l'Art
Three artists from different countries worked together to organize this most extraordinary exhibitio...
Ingres to Matisse: Masterpieces of French Painting
50 French masterpieces are presented in Ingres to Matisse, which will provide a unique opportunity f...
2001: An Art Odyssey
Glenbow continues its celebration of its collections with the new exhibition 2001: An Art Odyssey:...
Russell Drysdale: Sunday evening, 1941
The tenth ...
Displaced Perspectives: Photographs and Installation by Baer
Displaced Perspectives ...
Pew Charitable Trusts Teams with Art Museum to Initiate Outdoor Display of Calder Sculptures
The Pew Charitable Trusts announced a $5-million grant ...
On Paper - New Paper Art
In July On Paper - New Paper Art unfolds as the first major exhibition to bring together some of the...
Mattis-Teutsch and Der Blaue Reiter
The exhibition Mattis-Teutsch and Der Blaue Reiter is the first retrospective of the Transsilvanian ...
Visions and Views: The Architecture of Borromini in the Phortographs of Edward Burtynsky
In this exhibition contemporary Toronto photographer ...
Completely Fabricated: New Sculpture by Paul Meneses and Steve Novick
Paul Meneses and Steve Novick update traditional and non-traditional approaches to fabrication in t...
The Native Born: Objects and Images from Ramingining, Arnhemland
Following the exhibition ABORIGINES MEMORIAL in 1999, the Sprengel Museum Hannover is proud...
Secret World of the Forbidden City: Splendors from China's Imperial Palace
Imperial Palace was the heart of an empire that, to the Chinese, was the center of the world. Durin...
Paul Signac: Marter of Pointilism
During the summer months the Van Gogh Museum presents the first retrospective of Paul Signac in almo...
Visual Arts and Craft Residencies in Asia 2002
The Asialink Centre of The University of Melbourne invites applications from artists and crafts peop...
On the Sublime: Mark Rothko, Yves Klein, James Turrell
The sublime is an experience with something so boundless, grand, or dangerous that it inspires awe, ...
The Sensuous and the Sublime: Representations of Love in the Arts of the Middle East and Southern Asia
Love, one of the most powerful of human emotions, can motivate us to seek heights of spiritual ecsta...
Bird Sculpture by Daniel McQuestion
The High Desert Museum in Bend, Oregon has installed an aluminum sculpture by internationally know...
Four Faces of New Zealand Art: Rita Angus, Gavin Hipkins, Michael Illingworth and Peter Peryer
Four distinct artistic visions are on show at City Gallery this month, in a new suite of exhibitions...
Atelier: Christianne L'Esperance
Christianne L'Espérance ventures into the trans-cultural arena with her sculptural work. Informed ...
Suzanne North: Material Matter
This exhibition of contemporary sculpture was inspired by energy, matter and the beginnings of life...
American Photogropher Evelyn Bernstein
The work of acclaimed American photogropher Evelyn Bernstein will be on display at the Dylan Thomas...
Clues to the Future: 10 Year Anniversary Exhibition
Red Gate Gallery's 10th Anniversary is being celebrated by an exhibition called Clues to the Future ...
Dreamscape: Five Animated Sculptures by Gregory Barsamian
Gregory Barsamian uses...
Stranger Passing: Collected Portraits by Joel Sternfeld
For the past 15 years, renowned photographer Joel Sternfeld has traveled the United States p...
Tactical Intervemtion Strategies: 19 Works at Many Sites
Tactical /ntcrvcntion Strategies (TIS) is a city-wide exhibition which includes nineteen different...
Ashes, Ashes: An Installation by Anne Bray
Anne Bray's installation Ashes, Ashes brings together narrative fragments and objects. Describing t...
Egazini, The Battle of Grahamstown: Recasting History through Printmaking
The Battle of Grahamstown in 1819 is often referred to as a critical turning point in South Africa's...
Burn: Artists Play with Fire
An exhibition of contemporary art, Burn: Artists Play with Fire examines a cross section of artists ...
Walter O. Evans Collection of African American Art
The extraordinary scope and diversity of African American art will be on view at ...
Family Fortunes: Painting the Family
FAMILY FORTUNES comes to the National Gallery after touring to Bristol City Museum and Art Gallery,...
Jean Lowe: Selections from the Library of Dr. Pohatten
Artist Jean Lowe uses familiar, interior spaces to communicate her social satire. Her installation p...
Reflections in Black: Smithsonian African American Photography
This groundbreaking assemblage of over 300 images shows ...
Thancoupie: Spherical Forms, Clay Murals anThrown Stoneware
Incorporating over 80 artworks, spanning more than 30 years of the artist’s career, Thancoupie the e...
A Few Friends: Work by Pat Sean Sullivan
Pat Sean Sullivan is the featured artist in the exhibition entitled: A Few Friends. With the inaugur...
Night Moves: Three-Dimensional Photographs by Lynn Butler
Visitors wear special polarizing glasses to view these mesmerizing three-dimensional photographs by ...
Blend: Photographic Images by Michelle Barrell
Described as a 'sensitive but emotive experience of fertility and conception observed in multi-layer...
Rozalind Drummond. This Summer - Megan Evans. Sleepwalker - Janine Randerson. Sky Views - Natalie Bookchin. Databank of the Everyday and The Intruder
In the galleries this July are four separate exhibitions. Rozalind Drummond shows the viewer photogr...
Gary Faigin: Tradition and Contradiction
In recent paintings inspired by the serenity of Bellini, the light of Caravaggio, and ...
Shoot: Australian Photography from the Corrigan collection
Drawn from the extensive photographic collection of Pat and Barbara Corrigan, Shoot! features the be...
Ideals and Imagination: Work by Netikorn Chinyo
Netikorn Chinyo was born in Kalasin in 1966 and graduated from Silapakorn University in Fine Art in ...
Y E S YOKO ONO
Y E S YOKO ONO, the first American retrospective of the work of pioneering avant-garde artist Yoko O...
Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera and Mexican Modernism
The haunting self-portraits of the Mexican artist Frida Kahlo are renowned for their dream-like qual...
Call for Artwork: Digital2001 Exhibition and Competition
An international open competition for OUR SCI-TECH WORLD, a travelling digital print exhibition wi...
La percezione dello spazio: Panza di Biumo collection - Guggenheim NY
Following restoration lasting almost ten years, the Palazzo della Gran Guardia of Verona reopened to...
4th International Biennial - Beau Monde: Toward a Redeemed Cosmopolitanism
This year SITE Sante Fe's International Biennial is curated by noted art historian, essayist and cri...
Indivisible: Stories of American Community
As part of a national documentary project, the Center for Creative Photography (CCP) at the Univers...
Squatters 2: Space in Rotterdam and Porto
On the occasion of Rotterdam 2001 and Por...
Gillian Wearing Explores the Complexity of Human Relationships
The complexity of human relationships is one of the central themes of Gillian ...
Humberto Castro: The Paris Years (1989–1999.)
Recent works by celebrated Cuban-born artist Humberto Castro are explored in a new installation at M...
Atul Dodiya - Bombay : Labyrinth / Laboratory
The Japan Foundation Asia Center presents Atul Dodiya, one of the most prominent artists in contempo...
Supreflat Openes at the Walker
Organized by Tokyo-based artist Takashi Murakami, the exhibition Superflat investigates a tenden...
Arnold Machin: A Retrospective of a Lifes Work
Arnold Machin is renowned for the ...
Gordon Newton: Selections from the James F. Duffy, Jr. Gift
Gordon Newton is one of Detroit’s best known artists. Although often ...
pHonic Curated by r a d i o q u a l i a opens Today
Curated by r a d i o q u a l i a for the Physics Room as a part of ...
Sixty-Five of L.A.s Best Contemporary Galleries and Art Institutions Participate in the Biennals Fifth Term
This summer, the Absolut-L.A. International brings a vast array of world's best contemporary art wo...
Major Works by Michael Andrews
Michael Andrews (1928-1995) first became celebrated in the early 1960s for his series of pai...
Video Jam Presents Work by More than 50 Artists
PBICA will literally overflow with video monitors and projectors in every corner with this ...
Jeff Koons: Three Groups of Work Represent His Most Extensive Show in Nearly 10 Years
With 21 large format works from the years 1995-2001, the Kunsthaus Bregenz presents the most exten...
A Stitch in Time - In Memory of My Mother Who Fortunately Never Threw Anything Away: John Miles Photography
John Miles mother died recently. She never threw anything away. Never. She lived in the same sub...
Call to Artists: Drawing the New Millennium - The Challenge of Media and Idea to the Nature of Drawing
An exhibition of all mediums at Danforth Gallery by artists residing from New York to Newfoundland. ...
Photography of H.H. Tilbrook: South Australia at the turn of the century
Following his early retirement from the newspaper business, Henry Hammond Tilbrook (1848-1937) devot...
Alberto Carneiro: First Retrospective Exhibition in Spain
Within the line of their review of the fundamental figures of Portuguese plastic art, which began wi...
photo san francisco 2001 Opens Tomorrow
photo san francisco, the second annual San Francisco Photographic Print Exposition will be held July...
War Stories for Children and Art Stories for Adults: Recent Paintings and Sculptures byTony Calzetta
Ten large-scale canvases and 3 life-size cardboard sculptures showcase Toronto artist Tony Calzetta...
Philippe Jourdain:
The Carrie Collection presents Philippe Jourdain as their monthly exhibition between July and August...
The Art of John Dos Passos
Best known as a major literary figure from the 1920s through the 1940s with such books as THREE SOLD...
Surveying of the Career of Francis Bacon
This exhibition surveys the career of ...
Andreas Gursky: Photographs
An exhibition of seven works by German artist Andreas Gursky, world-renowned for his striking, lar...
The Happy Face of Globalization
Over the last year, 25 internationally-recognized artists from all over the world have descended on...
Call for Proposals: International Competition for an Antifascism Monument
The City of Salzburg, Austria announces a two-phased International Competition for an Antifascism M...
Morimura Self-Portraits: An Inner Dialogue with Fridao Kahlo
In this exhibition Yasumasa Morimura pays homage to Frida Kahlo, the extraordinary Mexican artist ...
Notationsw | Franz West: 2Topia
This summer, the Wexner Center for the Arts institutes the first of a seri...
Olly and Suzi Untamed: A Collabration with Photographer Greg Williams
Collaborative British artists Olly and Suzi work with ...
Roy Douglas: Roots and Culture – from Jamaica to Birmingham UK
Jamaican-born artist Roy Douglas, who combines the industrial elements of Birmingham with Caribbean ...
150 Years of Photography from the National Museum of the American Indian's Archive on View in New York
Spirit Capture: Native Americans and the Photographic Image features nearly 200 ...
David Hockney Retrospective: Photoworks
David Hockney Retrospective: Photoworks is the first major survey of the artist’s work in photogra...
Industrial Inspiration: Images of the Old Northern Ave. Bridge
Boston photographers including Walter Crump, Todd Gieg, Eric Lowandowski, Bob Souther, Margaret B. ...
Howard Ben Tre: Sculpting Space in the Public Realm
This exhibition focuses on the glass sculptor Howard Ben Tré's public projects for plazas and street...
Shen Yuan: un matin du monde
Shen Yuan's dramatic Un Matin Du Monde is an installation which re-creates the entire roof-top of a ...
Form from Fire: Glass Sculpture by Dale Chihuly
Internationally acclaimed artist Dale Chihuly has been creating spectacular visions in glass for mor...
Sugimoto: Portraits
Sugimoto: Portraits, an exhibition of a new series of photographs by the renowned Japanese artist, H...
Orbit ignition, lift off, flying ... yet a continuing relationship with a parent body.
2001 is the tenth anniversary year of the University of South Australia and, to celebrate this, the ...
Victor Sloan: A Major Retrospective
The Gallery of Photography is pleased to announce a major retrospective of the work of the Northern...
New Web Project Brings Museums into Classrooms
Ned Kelly, dinosaurs, and Phar Lap's heart will soon be in classrooms across the country. Discover...
Call to Artists: Wholesale Craft Show Application Deadlines Are Approaching
The 2002 craft art buying season begins with more than 2000 studio craft artists at the world’s larg...
Frequency Modulation: Paintings by Ismo Jokiaho
In this exhibiton the paintings, mainly abstract imagery in oil on canvas, reflect a wide array of h...
Edward Steichen: Vanity Fair Portraits
In 1923, Vanity Fair heralded Edward Steichen (American, b. Luxembourg, 1879-1973) as the ...
pending emotion: Six Artists from London and Germany
pending emotion is a show created by Jens Kabisch. The show includes work by six artists based in Lo...
Let There Be Light: Works by Graham A. Scholes
Let There Be Light an exhibition of coloured woodblocks by British Columbia artist Graham A. Scholes...
Experiment Experiencia: Eighteen Contemporary Brazilian Artists
Experiment Experiencia captures the unique spirit of experimentation and dynamism of Brazilian Art s...
Estiu 2001, Two Exhibitions: Lluis Vila and Copper, Ink, Paper and Pressure
The exhibition space at Michael Dunev Art Projects is pleased to present, within it’s exhibition pro...
Phoenix Triennial 2001 Opens Today
Organized every three years by Phoenix Art Museum, this exhibition recognizes the latest developme...
The Syntax of Style: Mark Kimber (SA), Deborah Paauwe (SA), Lyndal Walker (VIC)
Lush, seductive and witty, this exhibition features work by three artists who exploit the language ...
Selling Visual Art Via the Internet: A Workshop With Marques Vickers, California Figurative Artist
Northern California Figurative artist Marques Vickers will be speaking on the timely and innovative ...
Beyond Decorum: The Photography of Ike Ude
Nigerian-born Iké Udé has been living in New York City...
Bernardo Bellotto and the Capitals of Europe
Bernardo Bellotto began as a painter of conventional views of ...
Dress Codes: Abstraction in Wari Textiles of Peru
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art - LACMA - opens Dress Codes:...
A Day in Holland / Holland in a Day: Photos and Video Works by Barbara Visser
A Day in Holland / Holland in a Day is the title of the exhibition of a new series of photo and vide...
Bottari: An Installation by Soo-Ja Kim
The classic Bottari is defined as a bundle in which non-breakables, such as clothing, bedcl...
Spirits of Stone
Aboriginals: Art of the First Person will present a show and sale of fetish carvings, Spirits of Sto...
Call to Artists: Applications Open for 2002 Artist-in-Residence Workshop Program for Japanese Woodblock Printmaking
Applications are called from artists and printmakers from around the world who are interested in sp...
Over 100 Artists to Exhibit at the First Annual Members Show
The Sudanese Women Artists Associate celebrate their first anniversary on the 1st of August 2001. ...
Festival Opens Online Today
Founded and hosted by Edinburgh based artist PoL, the third annual E.I.I.Festival will be launched o...
Call to Artists: Residences Available for 2002
Millay Colony for the Arts offers month long residencies to painters, collagists, sculptors, photog...
David Rosen: Shakespeare on Canvas
From August 8th through September 4th, 2001, the Howell Green Fine Art Gallery is proud to present a...
Flucht: A Video-Sound-Installation by Tony Oursler
The video-sound-installation FLUCHT on the glass facade of the Kunsthaus Bregenz is the second spe...
Ghada Amer: Pleasure
This exhibition features recent work by New York-based painter, Ghada Amer. Amer is an international...
ABSORB a Collabortation by Liet Heringa Heringa and Maarten Van Kalsbeek
Liet Heringa (b. 1966) and Maarten van Kalsbeek (b. 1962) have been c...
Urban Nomads
The artists in Urban Nomads are concerned with mobile lifestyles. They produce work ...
Birth, Death, Rebirth, Re-death: Work by Antonio Puri
Antonio Puri's latest paintings represent a daring conceptual departure from a world ordinarily perc...
Call to Artists/Scientists:
Artist or scientist, have you got an idea for art in spaceNULL This ...
Pool: Works By Twenty Artists
Twenty Canadian artists embrace water as image, as idea and as a source of renewable metaphor in an ...
This is Not a Photograph: Fifteen Contemporary Artists
The images in the show, produced without cameras, raise the question: Is camera-less photography rea...
Ed van der Elsken: Retrospective of A Dutch Photographer
As far as the Fifties, Sixties and Seventies are concerned, Ed van der Elsken was one of the great...
A Treasury of Quilts 2001: Gold Coast Quilters Guild Inc
The Gold Coast City Art Gallery is proud to host the Gold Coast Quilters Guild exhibition A Treasury...
Call for Entries: 7th National Juried Art Exhibition
HCC-Arts (Highland Cultural Center), 54 Vineyard Ave., Highland, New York 12528, seeks entries for ...
...for the time (being): A Member Curated Exhibition by Clinton King
The Ohio Art League is pleased to announce its August 2001 Member Curated Exhibition, ...for the ti...
Environmental Arts, Inc Presents Sixth Annual Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition
The Fuller Museum of Art is pleased to announce that Environmental Arts, Inc will present its Sixth ...
Body Piercing: Andrew Dunbar, Photographer
images so beautiful that it takes a couple of seconds to remember to wince The old adage of you can...
Hiratsuka: Modern Master
Hiratsuka Un’ichi (1895–1997) was among the first group of 20th-centu...
First RWA Open Painting Exhibition
Billed as one of the highest profile exhibitions of contemporary art outside London, Bristol's Royal...
Star Wars: The Magic of Myth
One of the most visited Smithsonian exhibitions of all time, The Magic of Myth showcases original ar...
Job Posting: Managing Editor
Prefix Photo, Canadas only national magazine of contemporary photography, is seeking a part-time Man...
Color, Myth, and Music:Stanton Macdonald-Wright and Synchromism
Color, Myth and Music: Stanton Macdonald-Wright and Synchromism examines the evolution of ...
Familiar Territories: Alan Smith Page
A sparkling and freely-drawn summer exhibition of new watercolour and acrylic paintings by graphic a...
Myself.write MyCode - Peet Pienaar, Heidi Pietersen, Stacy Hardy, Dror Eyal and Gareth Chisholm
Myself.write MyCode sees ever-controversial performance artist Peet Pienaar team up with fellow memb...
FNB VITA ART PRIZE Exhibition: Commissioned Works by Moshekwa Langa, Kim Lieberman, Robin Rhode, Kathryn Smith, Clive van den Berg and Jan van der Merwe
The FNB Vita Art Prize was launched in Johannesburg some four years ago. The founding principles for...
Shirana Shahbazi: Goftare Nik (Good Words)
Shirana Shahbazi's stunning installation Goftare Nik (Good Words)1 explores the physical landscap...
Starlight: David Stephenson Photographs
A new exhibition at the Cleveland Museum of Art (CMA) will feature 11 large-scale color and black-...
Matthew Berg: Sculpture in the Contemporary Galleries
In this latest body of work, Indianapolis-born artist Matthew Berg combines the solidity of industri...
Call to Artists: Travelling Scholarship for Australian and UK Citizens
The Alice Bale Art Award awards a AUS$40,000 travelling scholarship to applicants of Australian or ...
Blurring Architecture: Toyo Ito
Since the mid 1970s, Toyo Ito has been one of the world's of the most innovative and influential ...
Beyond the Essence of Humanity: Solo-Exhibition by Li Wei
Born in 1968 in Huai Nan City, An Hui Province, Li Wei studied at The Central Academy of Fine Arts i...
Picasso: Portrait and Figure
The Baltimore Museum of Art presents Picasso: Portrait and Figure , an exhibition of more than 30 dr...
Documents Northwest: The Poncho Series - Anna Skibska's con
Anna Skibska is a Polish artist who lives in Seattle several months of the year. She uses the f...
Tissot and the Victorian Woman
This exhibition marks the 100th anniversary of the death of the French artist James Tissot. In the c...
Portrait of a City: Bruges 1847-1918
Back in the second half of the nineteenth century, photography played a part in the dispute between ...
After the Beginning and Before the End: 222 Drawings from Picasso to Yoko Ono
Many people take an interest not only in the finished work of art but in the artis...
The Rock Legend to The Heart of Sea: Paintings and Drawings by Pansa Sunavee
Pansa Sunavee initially began his studies with Thai art which impacted an awareness of east philoso...
Call to Artists: Photo Op '02 Photograpraphy Exhibition
Photo Op '02 Photograpraphy Exhibition will be held in Salt Lake City February 7 to 25, 2002, during...
Terize Formanowski Cascades into Colour
Cairns artist Terize Formanowski cascades into colour for her new exhibition now on show at Cairns R...
Lost New York in Old Postcards
Walk into most antique stores or flea mar-kets and you are likely to find postcard collectors sift...
Focus on the Figure: Southern California Artists (1850-1950)
The predominance of landscape painting in the California art scene during the late 19th and early 20...
Cairns Art Societies 55th Annual Open Art Awards
The Cairns Art Society, one of the region's oldest and most influential arts organisations, celebrat...
Bertien van Manen: Intimate Documentary Photographs
Bertien van Manen (The Netherlands, born 1942) creates intimate ...
The Essential Donald Judd
Donald Judd (1928-1994) was one of the foremost practitioners of Minimal Art, ...
Two exhibitions by Joachim Schmid
PICTURES FROM THE STREET, and STATICS both by prominent German artist Joachim Schmid, both containin...
Precision and Prestige: The Arts of Engraving
This exhibition will show examples of engraving, which was the printmaking technique of the highest ...
John Brett - A Pre-Raphaelite on the Shores of Wales
The first exhibition ever devoted to Brett’s association with Wales and the latter part of his caree...
Ladies Weapons: Antonio Riello
Since 1998 Italian artist Antonio Riello has been making very special weapons as artworks. Assault r...
Giving and Not Giving: Bonita Alice
This solo exhibition by Bonita Alice shows work developed since 1996, in three different media.  Mos...
Call to Artist: Residence Space Available
Side Street Projects has a loft space available which is perfect for anyone coming from out of town ...
New England: Ann Course, Stephanie Bolt and Eric Lesdema, Subc_t + Mufcoli, Adam Scrivener, Mark Aerial Waller
This exhibtion presents five projects by individual artists and collabortions. Ann Course presents h...
American Gothic, Saturady Night/Sunday Morning AND Homo Domesticus
Two separate exhibitions by two Minnesota artists whose work is related through the power of their...
en pleine terre: Wandering between Landscape and Art, Spiral Jetty and Potsdamer Schrebergaerten
Spiral Jetty, laid out by Robert Smithson in 1970 in Utah's Great Salt Lake has become an icon of Am...
Pipilotto Rist: Solo Video and Installation Works
An exhibition of video works and installations by the Swiss artist Pipilotti Rist (b. 1962, Rheint...
illusion: Japanese Photography
Eleven Japanese photographers shown for the first time in Sweden. Rik...
Frances Fussell: Resent Paintings
Frances Fussell opens an exhibition of bold, vibrant floral imagery at the Michael Commerford Galler...
John Piper: England in the Mid Twentieth Century
John Piper's images of Renishaw and the surrounding area are some of his finest works, combining the...
Real: Digital Installation by Aaron Fry and Sally McLaughlin
The Gallery at Green Street will become a multi-screen and digital installation visible from the st...
release1 - Disturb Delight Design: Prototypes
The Revolving Museum presents Jean-Pierre Leguillou and Megan Hurst exhibiting twisted design proto...
Space Odysseys: Sensation and Immersion
The international and Australian contemporary artists in Space Odysseys: Sensation and Immersion inv...
The Transatlantic Paintings: Work by Piet Mondrian
The Dallas Museum of Art presents four perspectives on the art of Piet Mondrian, the Dutch master wh...
Romance and Ritual - Celebrating the Jewish Wedding
On August 18, the Skirball Cultural Center and Museum, now celebrating its fifth anniversary, opened...
Ultra Baroque: Aspects of Post Latin American Art
Organized by the Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, UltraBaroque focuses on a critical re-readin...
Woman with Flowers: A Gift from Diebenkorn
Briddge for Collectors and Museums, a full service art succession and estate planning firm, announce...
Essence of Place: Work by Mitchell Johnson
In August the Professional Services (P.S.) department of the Oakland Museum of California opens an...
art of the STITCH 2001: Embroiderer's Guild International Open Exhibition
Stitched bread, textile formed ceramics, fabric manipulations and representations of the body, sculp...
Alo Munizza: ...continuing the process...
Alo Mnizza presents work that she has created since returning to the darkroom with her new negati...
Conexion Remota: net.art - an Online Exhibition Curated
This selection is not based on a need to monumentalise net.art and much less to objectivise it or t...
Call to Artists: Environmental Artists Needed for Project in Boston
ForestEthics, an activist organization with a focus on protecting forests, would like to involve en...
New Australiana
When I first came to Australia in 1998 I was keen to find out more about my new home. My researches ...
Associated Artists of Pittsburgh 91st Annual Exhibition
Established in 1910, the Associated Artists of Pittsburgh is the second oldest association for arti...
Job Opportunity: Assistant Curator of Contemporary Art
The Art Gallery of Ontario seeks a dynamic individual possessing an Master's degree in Art History o...
Spatial Narratives 3
This exhibition of photographs, Spatial Narratives 3 (Melbourne, Milano, Mexico City), is a culminat...
Writing, Drawing, Storytelling and Personal Memoir Themed Workshop Now Available
We are all born creative, curious and imaginative but these qualities sometimes fade with the passa...
Myth and Mirage: The Art of Avel de Knight
This first major retrospective of American artist Avel de Knight (1921-1995) features more than 100 ...
Robert Paret: Artist of the Month
Robert Paret is the fifth artist to be featured in the Artist of the Month series. On the 15th of ev...
The Rome Prize 2002
At its principal site in Rome, the Academy operates a program of fellowships and residencies that ha...
Aluminum by Design: Jewellery to Jets
Considered to be as precious as gold when it was first produced in France in the m...
American Impressionists Abroad and at Home: Paintings from the Collection of The Metropolitan Museum of Art
American Impressionists Abroad and at Home features 39 paintings by 28 ...
Defining Modern: European Design 1880-1930
The years 1880-1930 are considered among the most dynamic and creative periods in modern design hist...
Inventive Impressions: 18th- and 19th-Century French Prints
This exhibition complements French Master Drawings from the Collection of Muriel Butkin and emphasiz...
Surface Invention: Post-1945 Graphic Art
Internationally-known for its collection of Pre-Raphaelite works, Birmingham also has an extensive ...
Noorderlicht Photofestival 2001 Opens Tomorrow
The eighth edition of the Noorderlicht Photofestival opens in the ...
Destined for Hollywood: The Art of Dan Sayre Groesbeck
A visitor to Cecil B. DeMille's office at Paramount Studios in the 1930s would have found the famed ...
China Today: Modern Developement of an Ancient Art
The exhibition China Today - Modern Development of an Ancient Art comprises fifty-odd pieces of cont...
OPEN 2001: 4th International exhibition of Sculptures and Installations
The exhibition is conceived by Paolo De Grandis and organised by Arte Communications in co-operation...
By Hand: Pattern, Precision, and Repetition in Contemporary Drawing
University Art Museum, California State University, Long Beach, presents By Hand: Pattern, Precision...
Ramon Enich: Paintings
Since 1992, Ramón Enrich (L'Igualada, Barcelona) has exhibited widely with one-person exhibitions in...
Hannah Villiger: Photographic Works
Hannah Villiger: Opening Wednesday, August 15, 7.30 pm Four years after the untimely death of Hann...
Outdoor People: The Paintings and Prints of Juliet Peter
Outdoor People is a timely celebration of Juliet Peter's work, coinciding as it does with the exhibi...
TAKEOVER - Who's Doing the Art of Tomorrow
Which constellations, what factors are determining the art of tomorrow, where it will happen, who w...
Exploring Structures: Large Works
San Francisco Women Artists, a 100+ year old Bay Area non-profit organization supporting women in th...
Call to Artists: Step into Leonardo's Shoes...Draw Human Anatomical Specimens at this 5-day Intensive Workshop
The Department of Anatomy at The University of New South Wales (Sydney) is providing a rare opportun...
Body Movies, Relational Architecture No. 6 - Installation in Public Space by Rafael Lozano-Hemmer
Body Movies will be the sixth in the series of installations in public space that Rafael Lozano-Hemm...
Dreamscapes: Bridget Dobson Paintings
Born in Milwaukee, Bridget Dobson made the transition from writing Emmy award-winning soap operas ...
Call to Artists: Digital Art Contest
An independent panel of judges from the digital art community will choose the winning images from St...
The Empire Series at the Empire State Building
Powerful buildings, powerful art. The Empire Series at the Empire State Building is Ethel Lebenkoff...
Picture This: An exhibition by Oliver Hangl
In Picture This! - an installation consisting of a series of stereo p...
Exploring Digital Fashion and Textile Design
Exploring Digital Fashion and Textile was conceived to bring a unique group of digital fashion and...
Francis Bacon's 7 Reece Mews Studio Reconstructed
Francis Bacon’s 7 Reece Mews studio reconstructed at the Hugh Lane Gallery is the definitive archive...
To Protect and Serve: The L.A.P.D. Archives - One Hundred Years of Photography
During the last hundred years, the Los Angeles Police Department has stored tens of thousands of ne...
You Look Beautiful Like That: The Portrait Photographs of Seydou Keïta and Malick Sidibé
During the decades before and after Malis independence from France in 1960, Seydou Keita and Malick ...
The Birth Portfolio Curated by Joan Tallan
The Ohio Art League is pleased to announce its September Member Curated Exhibition, The Birth Portf...
Luigi Ghirri: Photographs 1969-1992
During his short life, Luigi Ghirri (1943-1992) had a determining influence and impact on Italian...
Hieronymus Bosch 1450-1516: Only Opportunity to See So Many Works Together
The Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen is proud to present the most important exhibition ever devoted to ...
Septemberfest IV International Juried Art Exhibition
Among the international artists invited to participate in the Septemberfest IV International Juried ...
A Taste of Life: Recent Works by Anna Winestein
An emerging artist, Ms. Winestein, works in a variety of media ranging from pencil drawings to p...
Obituary
Wellesley, MA—Obituary, an ongoing work by Joseph Bartscherer, opens September 4 at The Davis Museum...
Wit and Wine: A New Look at Ancient Iranian Ceramics
This exhibition comprises forty-five pottery vessels -- most for holding or pouring wine -- from anc...
New American Talent 16: Organized by the Texas Fine Arts Association (TFAA)
The Arlington Museum of Art is honored to bring the sixteenth annual New American Talent exhibition ...
Rags to Riches: 25 years of Paper Art from Dieu Donné Papermill.
Dieu Donné was the first hand papermaking studio established in New York 25 years ago. The exhibitio...
New Blue: Recent Work of Graduates of the Yale School of Architecture, 1978-1998
Some of the most distinguished and innovative young architects of our day will be celebrated this fa...
Northwest Views: Selections from the SAFECO Collection
Northwest Views: Selections from the SAFECO Collection explores the breadth of work by Northwest rep...
Flash Afrique: Photography from West Africa
Africa: Terra Incognita- Or the Heart of Darkness- Or maybe even the Chic Continent, as one ...
The Subject is Water
Zolita Sverdlove is exhibiting paintings at the Maturango Museum,100 East Las Flores Ave., Ridgecr...
Ando Constructed: Photographs of the Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts by Robert Pettus, Curated by Mel Watkin
More than ten years ago, the Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts put into motion an architectur...
VINCENZO CASTELLA
Laurence Miller Gallery is pleased to present the first New York one-person exhibition of the large-...
Frederick Carl Frieseke: The Evolution of an American Impressionist
One of the preeminent American painters of his generation, Frederick Carl Frieseke will be featured ...
Helen Levitt: Crosstown
On September 6, 2001, a selection of approximately 25 black-and-white and color photographs by Helen...
American Decorative Arts and Eastern European Collective Art
American decorative arts and Eastern European collective art will be featured in two separate exhibi...
Birds in Art: Works by 112 Aritists from Around the World
With 25 years under its wings, Birds in Art lifts off on September 8 to launch its second quarter ce...
Five exhibitions to open friday
Christine LoFaso, Main Gallery, Sculptural Installation. Nora Herting,Gallery A, Installation. ...
Close to You: Photography by Tom Gleeson and Claudine Hartzel
Showing the work of Tom Gleeson and Claudine Hartzel, close to you explores myths of romance thr...
Naked: The Naked Body in Contemporary Video, Photography, and Preformance
PITTSBURGH (August 16, 2001) ... The natural beauty of the human form is one of the foundations of a...
Richard Artschwager. Up and Across
Sculpture is something to be touched, painting is for the eye. I wanted to create sculpture for the ...
Katharina Fritsch
Featured in the German pavilion at the Venice Biennale in 1995 and subject of a major survey show at...
MESH: A Collaboration with Jo Gibbs and Stephan von Lingelsheim
30 pieces of work created jointly by Textile Designer and Painter, Jo Gibbs and Furniture Designer a...
Call for Participation: New Media(tors) - The Social Life of Digital Art
Co-organized by the Berkeley Art Museum, the Pacific Film Archive Theater and GenArtSF, a discussion...
Projekt Philippe Parreno
For his Moderna Museet Projekt Philippe Parreno has made an imaginary advertisement, which will be ...
A Day in the Life of ArTrujillo
CreArte is proud to present an exhibit of new work from the ArTrujillo Studio Gallery -- a multi-cu...
Abstract Art from the Rio de la Plata: Buenos Aires and Montevideo, 1933–1953
The Americas Society is pleased to announce the exhibition Abstract Art from the Río de la Plata: Bu...
Walter Crane (1845-1915): Wallpaper, Costumes and Book Design Alongside The Triumph of Labour
Hidden beneath the wooden floor at South London Gallery is a huge marquetry panel designed by the 19...
Liam Gillick: Annlee You Proposes
The first work for the new sculpture court outside the Clore Gallery at Tate Britain has ...
Andy Warhol: A Retrospective
The Department of State's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, in partnership ...
Masaccio: 'The Pisa Altarpiece'
This exhibition celebrates the 600th anniversary of the birth of Masaccio by reuniting the Virgin an...
The Moderne and Gegenwart to be First Autumn Auction
There at last: On 29 September 2001 Ketterer Kunst invites to the first auction in the new Hamburg d...
Three Short Exhibitons to be Displayed
The NSA Gallery presents three short exhibitions from 13 – 22 September 2001. In the Main Gallery On...
Phillips, de Pury and Luxembourg to Auction Hoener Collection of 20th Century German Art
This collection of paintings, watercolors, drawings and sculpture explores the complex development ...
Cops and Robbers: Drawings by Lucio Muniain
Lucio Muniain draws images taken from the newspaper of the violence of everyday life in his home tow...
Melting Pots 2001: Cairns Potters Club Biennial Exhibition
Melting Pots 2001 is a competitive exhibition, which is promoted nationally by the Cairns Potters Cl...
TROUBLES: Tensions Evident Beneath Surface of Northern Irish Images
The exhibition at Plug In showcases two emerging Irish artists, Susan Philipsz and Eoghan McTigue, i...
Three Exhibitions Opened Yesterday: Works by Doris Salcedo, Sophie Riste and Jose Davilalhueber
These exhibitions feature work by three artists. Shown are two complex and ambitious new works by Do...
Diane Samuels: Inscription - multimedia work explores memory and meaning
Diane Samuels: Inscription is a multimedia installation that explores the layers of meaning surroun...
Simparch and Kevin Drumm: Architecturally Site-Specific Sounds
Experience the music of Kevin Drumm in the environment in which it was composed: a 72-foot barrel va...
cumulus: Recent Work by Judy Watson
Noted Indigenous artist Judy Watson has been based in the Territory for the last few years and has p...
Eulogy to Beauty:
This eclectic exhibition features the work of a number of figures at the forefront of 20th century f...
Participatory Environments by Vangaurd Bazilian Artist Helio Oiticica
Interactive environments designed by Hélio Oiticica, a leader in the Brazilian avant-garde movement...
Contemporary Art Quilts from the John M. Walsh III Collection
On September 16, the University of Kentucky Art Museum opened an exhibition of 37 contemporary art q...
Tapestries by Anna Kocherovsky and Ulrika Leander
The tapestries exhibited represent a confluence of inspiration and ethnic backgrounds. Stories of mu...
Home is Where the Heart Is
Home is Where the Heart Is an exhibition of contemporary works by national and South Australian-base...
Concordance: Alfred Jensen
Concordance, an exhibition of key works by the painter Alfred Jensen (1903-81), opens at Dia Center...
Animalcules et dessins obscurs: A Site-Specific Installation by Annie Thibault
This body of work is part of an ongoing project called La Chambre des Cultures which began in 1995 a...
A Woman's Work is Never Done: a house of curiosities
Conway and Pratt Projects will present A Woman’s Work Is Never Done: a house of curiosities in a 10...
Out of Japan: In 3 takes - Images by three major photographers working in Japan
Out of Japan is a rare opportunity to see work by three major photographers based in Japan. The Cano...
Mary Henry: No Limits - Walk into the Artist's World of Geometric Abstraction
Bellevue Art Museum presents Mary Henry: No Limits, a color-filled mural of geometric shapes that ca...
The Golden Age of Watercolours : The Hickman Bacon Collection
Since its creation in the early years of the last century, Sir Hickman Bacons collection of British ...
Irony: Works by Over 30 Artists Dealing with the Subject of Irony
The Joan Miro Foundation is presenting an exhibition on the subject of irony, selected by Ferran Bar...
RetroMOMENTS: Retrospective of Work by Colin Suggett
Many Gippslanders will be familiar with Suggetts Stunned Mullet which adorns the corner of Fish Cre...
Behind the Curtain: Photographs of the Sex Industry by Ans Westra
Ans Westra is one of New Zealand’s most significant documentary photographers whose work was brought...
Branch Signature Exhibition: Works from Across South Africa
This exciting exhibition of selected paintings chosen by branches throughout South Africa showing t...
Brook Andrew: Ngajuu Want to Believe
Sydney based Wiradjuri artist Brook Andrew has been included in major exhibitions in Australia and ...
EGOFUGAL: Fugue from Ego for the Next Emergence - 7th Biennial of Art to Open Today in Istanbul
The 7th International Istanbul Biennial organised by the Istanbul Foundation for Culture and Arts wi...
Traces of Colour: Depiction of Autumn and Seasonal Change
Traces of Colour will comprise approximately fifty artworks by members of the Group of Seven and t...
10 XX (Jujikan): Japanese Sound Art
Reverberating within the Museum's walls this fall, 10 XX (Jujikan) is a 10-hour program of contempo...
Aernout Mik: Video Installation
Dutch artist Aernout Mik creates video installations that are characterized by a blend of uneasy abs...
Celebrating Boxes: Art Boxes from Around the World
Celebrating Boxes brings together the work of over 60 craftspeople from a dozen countries, in a sump...
Exhibitions of Work by Meschac Gaba, Mona Marzouk, Kim Sooja, Kirstin Stoltmann, Peter Bonde, Surasi Kusolwong, Joana HadjiThomas and Khalil Joreige
The Institute of Visual Arts, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, presents a range of works by an in...
Black and White Copies: A Collaborative Project Initiated by Miguel Petchkovsky (Angola, Netherlands)
Black and White Copies is an artist project initiated by Angolan born, Dutch artist Miguel Petchkovs...
Mineko Grimmer: Remembering Plato
Mineko Grimmer, an artist born and raised in Japan and ...
Location/Dislocation Web Based Projects by Quebec Artists
In association with Quebec/New York, the New Museum presents Location/Dislocation in the Media Z Lou...
Van Gogh and Gauguin: The Studio of the South
Co-organized by The Art Institute of Chicago and the Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam, Van ...
Origin Stories: Creation Narratives in Australian Aboriginal Art
Origin Stories: Creation Narratives in Australian Aboriginal Art features paintings on canvas...
Pieter Boel, Painter of Louis XIV's Animals - The collection of painted studies from the Gobelins
Painter and drawer of animals for Louis ...
Call to Artists: DOCUMENTA USA Offers Opportunies for Museum Show
For one time only, Detroits Museum of New Art is opening its doors to any artist. In conjunction ...
Call to Artists: Religion, Spirituality, and the Object
Dates to be announced for exhibition during the 2003-2004 season. Preference will be given to artist...
Ken Aptekar: Painting Between the Lines, 1990-2000
New York- and Paris-based artist Ken Aptekar has been incorporating text on glass in...
Image and Idol: Medieval Sculpture
The display is a groundbreaking move for Tate, which has hitherto taken the Reformation ...
Contemporary Projects 6: Los Carpinteros’s Transportable City
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art—LACMA—brings Los Carpinteros's Transportable City to the W...
Vincent van Gogh Drawings
This autumn the Van Gogh Museum features an exhibition of drawings made in Antwerp and Paris by Vinc...
Reinhard Mandl: Vienna - Photographs from the Year 2000
In the year 2000 Wien im Spitzenfeld was one of the worlds cities with the highest standard of livin...
The Photograph and the American Dream, 1840-1940
This autumn, the Van Gogh Museum is presenting a survey of American photography from the years 1840 ...
Daring From Within: The Art of American Women from the Sellars Collection
The new exhibition, Daring from Within: The Art of American Women from the Sellars Collection, will ...
Fair of Contemporary Asian Art from National and International Galleries Opening Today
The Art Galleries Association (Singapore), (AGA), today ...
Fernado Botero: Paintings and Large-scale Sculpture
For the first time, the autumn 2001, Fernando Botero's ( b.1932) paintings are shown in Sweden and ...
Alan Haliday: A Mini–Retrospective
Alan Haliday will be holding an exhibition of his work at Renishaw Hall in the county of Derbyshire ...
Rachel Whiteread: First Solo Exhibition on Scotland
Born in London in 1963, Rachel Whiteread is one of Britain's leading art...
First US Museum Exhibition of British Artist David Shrigley
More than 100 works by British artist David Shrigley are featured in his premiere U.S. museum exhibi...
Emil Lukas: Moment of Process
The fall exhibition in Kidspace at MASS MoCA, Moment of Process, will feature two- and three-dimens...
IMAGING THE SPIRIT and ANIMA UNBRA
Four artists of national and international stature will present paintings and photographs at the B...
Aspects of the White Collar State of Mind
White Collar presents an array of aesthetic positions touching on aspects of the white collar state ...
XIANG Liqing: In the Middle of Change - Oil Paintings, Photos and Works on Paper
In the beginning of his career, Xiang Liqing first started to make himself known as a photographer. ...
3 Americas! Brings Together Works from the Western Hemisphere
The organizers for 3 Americas! challenged artists from the northern reaches of Canada and the US dow...
Perspective 45/01 - Contemporary Classics to be held in Berlin
Ketterer Kunst will be celebrating its fifth anniversary as an auctioneer for Contemporary Art in Be...
Richard Avedon in the American West
From the very start, the Kunstmuseum has assumed the mission of taking a fresh look at the classics...
Virtue and Beauty: Leonardo's - Ginevra de' Benci - and Renaissance Portraits of Women
This is the first exhibition on the subject ever organized which surveys the phenomenal rise of fema...
Lure of the West: Treasures from the Smithsonian American Art Museum
Lure of the West: Treasures from the Smithsonian American Art Museum features sixty-four paintings ...
Visionary Landscapes: The Glassworks of Josh Simpson
Organized by the Bruce Museum of Arts and Science in Greenwich, ...
Sixth Annual International Art Fair Opens Today
A total of 177 galleries from 28 countries (2000: 23 countries) will be presenting art from the 1990...
Sasol 1991-2001: South African Art Evolves
The political history of the last ten years has changed South Africa irretrievably. The Post-aparthe...
Neo-Impressionism: The Circle of Paul Signac
To complement the major exhibition Signac 1863-1935: Master ...
Call For Artists: Exhibition Opportunity
The Arts Center In Orange is reviewing slides of art for exhibition opportunities during 2002-2003. ...
Short Stories - Vik Muniz: Reparte
Vik Muniz specializes in fake reality and real fakes. His wo...
Thomas Eakins: American Realist
With his life and work deeply rooted in Philadelphia, Thomas ...
MODEL CITIZENS and MY SUN
Model Citizens is a pragmatic and playful project focusing on this path that promotes cultural agenc...
From Goddess to Pin Up: Icons of Femininity in Indian Calender Art
The IndoCenter of Art and Culture is honored to host the exhibition From Goddess to Pin-up: ...
Homo ludens. Art at play: Lightworks
The Espai 13 has gained a reputation as a space committed to showing the work of artists exploring n...
BLUR and TELLING TALES - Two Exhibitions open Today
BLUR: by Paul Capor - Inspired by the history of Perth and its often uncomfortable relationship ...
Living with Landscapes: Paintings from Private Collections
With increasing industrialization in the late 19th century, there arose a deep nostalgia for unspoil...
Dave Lewis: Photographs and Text Combine to Address Racism
It is now over eight years since the murder of Stephen Lawrence on Well Hall Road, Eltham, South ...
Jacqueline Fraser: A Portrait of the Lost Boys
For her first New York exhibition, Jacqueline Fraser creates a walk-through installation of fabric,...
Richard Wentworth/Eugene Atget: Faux Amis
In this unusual exhibition, Richard Wentworth's extraordinary series of photographs Making Do an...
The Photography of John Gutmann: Culture Shock
Born in what is now Wroclaw, Poland, and educated in the art schools and cafés of 1920s Berlin, Gu...
Tadao Ando - Architect
Japanese architect Tadao Ando is among the most renowned architects practicing today. Based in Os...
Winifred Nicholson
Winifred Nicholson was a painter whose life and art crossed many boundaries - artistic and geograph...
Squatters Number 2: Creative Use and Re-use of 'Occupied Space'
As part of the Cultural Capital programs of Rotterdam and Porto, Witte de ...
A Private Garden: The Jack and Elaine Folline Collection of the Works Of Louis Comfort Tiffany
This exhibition presents aspects of Louis Comfort Tiffanys work in glass - mostly Favrile glass vess...
Wolfgang Laib: A Retrospective
Wolfgang Laib’s artwork is a feast for the senses made from simp...
Kunisada and the Japanese Actor Print
This exhibition marks the first public showing of a group of colour woodblock actor prints produced ...
Masterpieces from Fra Angelico to Bonnard The Collection Dr. Gustav Rau
The Rau collection is one of the most important private art collections in Europe. Almost unknown un...
Call for Submissions: Uninterrupted Time to Think - Experiment - Create - Interact
The organization provides Canadian and International professional artists from all disciplines with...
Plattform1_Documenta11: Democracy Unrealized - Democracy as an Uncompleted Process
The biennialisation of the world proceeds apace. Hardly a month passes without a new international e...
Louise Bourgeois: First Major Exhibition of a Living American Artist Within the Walls of the Winter Palace
An exhibition of the work of artist, Louise Bourgeois, whose prominent career has spanned six decade...
Signac 1863-1935: Master Neo-Impressionist
Signac 1863-1935: Master Neo-Impressionist, will be the first major retrospective of the artist's ...
Witness and Legacy: Contemporary Art about the Holocaust
Until recently, the Holocaust has been a subject largely ...
Ernesto Neto: Abstract Bodies
Ernesto Neto (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1964) will present in CGAC a project in ...
FIAC 2001, 28th Annual Modern and Contemporary Art Fair Opens Today
The Foire Internationale d'Art Contemporain (FIAC) will be held as scheduled October 10 through 15 i...
The End and The Beginning, a new installation by MICAH LEXIER
To celebrate its twentieth anniversary, and in keeping with its mandate to commission new work, the ...
20th Anniversary Exhibtion: Images of Women - Images of Tea opens at House of Photographic Art (HOPA)
To celebrate its 20th Anniversary as the world's leading photo resource organization for women worki...
Alberto Giacometti
This is the first major New York City museum exhibition in almost three decades devoted to the work ...
Frontera Lake Street: Six Artists Living in Minnesota
Frontera Lake Street is a new exhibition by six visual artists: Salvador Espejo Benitez, Luis Fitch,...
Disasters of War
The exhibition Francisco Goya and Jake and Dinos Chapman: Disasters of War, presents, side by side, ...
Vital Forms: American Art and Design in the Atomic Age, 1940-1960
What do a Predicta television set, a 1950s sports car, a Slinky, Tupperware, K rations, Eva Zeisel c...
Brazil: Body and Soul
This exhibition will explore several key periods of artistic production in Brazil, featuring Baroque...
Aladdin's Lamp: Sultan Alaeddin Keykubad and the Art of the Anatolian Seljuks Age
During a period in the Anatolian Middle Ages, with which are not very well known, a new people moved...
World Views Exhibition
The New Museum of Contemporary Art will present works by the World Views artists in the Museum's fi...
David Hockney: Painting 1960-2000
A long-held wish will be coming true when Louisiana opens its doors on a ...
Christina Ramberg Drawings
This retrospective exhibition provides a rare opportunity to view the sketches and drawings o...
Victor Brauner: Surrealist Hieroglyphs
As an early adherent of the Surrealist movement, Victor Brauner actively explored the realm of dream...
Wrapped in Pride: Ghanaian Kente and African American Identity
The traditional dress of kings in Ghana, kente cloth has become for African Americans a symbol of pr...
The Age of Rembrandt: Etchings from Holland’s Golden Century
The powerful medium of etching is the focus of a new exhibition at the Museum this fall. The Age of ...
The Ghost and the Beauty Queen: Festivals of Northeast Thailand
The former Design Gallery, now know as the Design Museum, at University of California, Davis, opens ...
Big in Japan: Takahiro Fujiwara, Matsukage Hiroyuki, Yuki Kimura, Tsuyoshi Ozawa, Risa Sato and Saki Satom
Cambridge Galleries presents Big In Japan, an exhibition of six contemporary Japanese artists born...
Drawing the New Millennium: The Challenge of Media and Idea to the Nature of Drawing
The Maine Artists Space/Danforth Gallery announces the opening of the final exhibition it will hold...
Ellen Kozak Paintings: Reflections on a River
The Hudson River realistically and abstractly is the sole subject of Ellen Kozak Paintings: Reflecti...
Terry's Studio: John Hanson and Richard Paul
In this latest manifestation, John Hanson & Richard Paul's interest in the mechanics and receptio...
Marie-Ange Guilleminot. The White Transformation Parlour
Marie-Ange Guilleminot is one of the key 'new generation' artists to emerge from France in recent ye...
Call for Artists: Artist Support Program, Gallery Residency Program and Writers Program Applications Now Available
The Artist Support Program supports local artists working creatively with sound. Eight selected ar...
Opulence and Devotion : Brazilian Baroque Art
This is the first exhibition on Britain of Brazilian Baroque art. Over 50 works have been s...
Places: An Exhibition of Recent Works by Aidan Walsh
Aidan Walsh was born in Durban and trained at the Natal Technical College, and later in London. A pr...
The Sorcerer's Apprentice: Collaborative Sculptural Installation by Alexis Smith and Amy Gerstler
This exhibition will include sculpture, collages, wall texts, and dozens of brooms, addressing a n...
From Fauvism to Impressionism: Albert Marquet at the Pompidou
This exhibition represents a major body of work from the renowned Centre George Pompidou in Paris, t...
Ben Woodeson: In too deep
RED is proud to present In too deep, an exhibition by the Glasgow based artist Ben Woodeson. Indepe...
Two Part Exhibition by Roni Horn
A two-part exhibition of works by Roni Horn will open at Dia Center for the Arts on October 17, 200...
Two Exhibitions to Open Today: Terence King and Juliet Armstrong
These two separte exhibitions both explore three dimensional works. Terence King represents a contin...
Anne Katrine Dolven: Four Film and Video Works
For her solo exhibition at South London Gallery Anne Katrine Dolven presents four film and video wor...
Changing the Need : Graphites by Christopher Cook
These distinctive and challenging new images examine the conflict between aesthetic and organic pri...
Radical Fashion: Trends of the Future
Showcasing the work of the most spectacular and avant-garde international fashion designers of today...
Backmasking: The Art of Stieg Persson
Stieg Persson was one of Melbourne's first post-modern painters. Backmasking – The Art of Stieg Per...
Treasury of the World: Jeweled Arts of India in the Age of the Mughals
The Mughal rulers of India (1526–1858) maintained a court that was renowned for its wealth, high cul...
Juan Munoz
Spanish sculptor Juan Muñoz (1953--2001), whose sudden death in August shocked the art world, is her...
Tadanori Yokoo: DNF Anya Kouro
Hara Museum, Tokyo & Hara Mus...
Art on The Line: The Royal Academy Exhibitions at Somerset House 1780-1836
The most ambitious exhibition yet staged by the Courtauld, Art on The Line will recreate the golden ...
Cin-o-matic: Memory and Cinematic Perception
Cin-o-matic explores the evolution of the cinematic experience and the impact of new ...
Relative Positions
The work of many artists of the 1980s questioned photography's seeming objectivity and its role as a...
Vietnamese Abstractions: Works by Nguyen Trung, Luong Xuan Doan and Tran Nhat Thang
Nguyen Trung is often viewed as one of the most influential and respected among Vietnamese artists ...
Desire and Devotion: Art From India, Nepal, and Tibet in the John and Berthe Ford Collection
Desire and Devotion marks the first time that the noted collection is seen in its entirety. The 150 ...
Henry Moore
The first major retrospective of Henry Moore's (1898-1986) work to appear in the United States in ...
Osvaldo Puente: Home Sweet Home
Osvaldo Puente works with soil as a symbol of the everday mans desire, to secure a piece earth. And ...
Utopia: Ancient Cultures - New Forms
This unique exhibition features over 80 artworks and is designed to explore the emergence and transi...
Marine Hugonnier
Marine Hugonnier (Paris, 1969) makes us an artistic proposal of time, her ...
Four Generations: A Century of the Toorop-Fernhout Family
No family of artists has played a more important role ...
Call to Artists: Proposals Being Accepted for a Series of Thematic Exhibits in 2002-3
The Arts Center of the Capital Region in Troy, New York, is seeking work for both an open call for...
Hiroshi Sugimoto: 2001 Hasselblad Foundation Award Winner
The Japanese photographer Hiroshi Sugimoto is the recipient of the Hasselblad Award...
Modern Views of Egypt: Contemporary Photos of Egypt
This exhibition includes 25 images from four contemporary American photographers, Linda Connor, Lynn...
Silicon Valley - Nunciative Modality and a Viral Redux: Recent Works by Joseph Nechvatal
Galerie Karin Sachs is pleased to announce silicOn valley : nunciative mOdality and a viral redux - ...
Barb Hunt: antipersonnel - A Fiber Installation
Twentieth in the Present Tense series at the Art Gallery of Ontario, Barb Hunt’s installation, ...
Requiem for the Staircase: Curated by Architect Oscar Tusquets
Oscar Tusquets has chosen thirteen main models of staircase (straight flight, winding, half-turn, m...
The Artist and the American West: A Century of Western Art
In its forty-year history, the Amon Carter Museum has sponsored more than 100 exhibitions and sevent...
Theresa Serrano: Dissolving the Memory of Home
In DISSOLVING THE MEMORY OF HOME, artist Teresa Serrano explores the concept of home—both its litera...
the americans. new art. - Opens Today
the americans. new art. is the largest exhibition of contemporary American art to ...
Glass Behind The Iron Curtain: Czech Design, 1948 - 1978
The Corning Gallery, located in the Steuben flagship store in New York City, will present Glass Behi...
Coming of Age: Ohio Arts Council Fellowship Recipients
Coming of Age: Ohio Arts Council Fellowship Recipients represents the vast diversity of artistic s...
Paintings by Sanell Aggenbach: From a Netherworld
The spectator is invited to engage in a voyeuristic journey, hovering above the personal domain of ...
Division as Structure: Drawings and Reliefs from Paul Mason
The drawings and marble reliefs simply explore the division of space as the foundation of structural...
Victor Brauner: Surrealist Hieroglyphs
As an early adherent of the Surrealist movement, Victor ...
Kai Chan: land(e)scape
This exhibition surveys Chan's recent practice, focussing on his large constructions of objects and ...
Call for Entries: Proposals Being Accepted for the 2002-3 Year
ARTEMPRESA GALLERY in Cordoba,Argentina  is seeking proposals from artists for the July 2002/June 20...
A Man, A Woman, A Machine: Group Photography Exhibition as Part of Photomonth
100 years after the triumph of photography, the Centre of Attention presents A Man, A Woman, A Mach...
Rachel Whiteread: Transient Spaces
British artist Rachel Whiteread has created a unique body of sculpture in which ...
Shanghai Childhood: Herta's Story
Herta Imhof, a long-time volunteer at the Powerhouse Museum and the story of her childhood experienc...
Hevelepter 2001 Second Annual Exhibition
This second Hevelepter exhibition at the Mariners Gallery in St. Ives, features a video installation...
To the Trade: An Out-of-the-ordinary Approach to Arts Presentation
For the last ten years, art has been moving away from instances of representation and engaging in a ...
Look at Me/Touch Me: New Works by Aniwar
Abstract painter Aniwar has titled his second one-man show at Courtyard Gallery, Look at Me/Touch Me...
Andy Goldsworthy's Nation-wide Lanscape Project
The Neuberger Museum of Art is participating in a unique project centering upon the work of world-re...
From Picasso to Tàpies: Spanish 20th Century Art from the Reina Sofia
This autumn, the Gemeentemuseum is holding an exhibition of 20th-century Spanish masterpieces: leadi...
Picasso: the Artist's Studio - Opened Yesterday in Cleveland
This exhibition is devoted to the theme of the artists studio in the work of Pablo Picasso. Approxim...
Translated Acts: Performance and Body Art from East Asia
Thirty contemporary artists from Japan, Korea, Taiwan, and China will showcase some of their most co...
Capital! Locating Tradition: Placing Ourselves - Art from the Victoria University of Wellington Collection
The CAPITAL ! returns to its birthplace in the NORTH !! A selection of major works by many of New Z...
FNB Vita Art Prize Exhibition to Open Today
FNB Vita and the Market Theatre are proud to be able to bring the FNB Vita Art Prize exhibition to ...
Annual 'El Día de los Muertos' (The Day of the Dead) Celebration
The annual Mexican, Día de los Muertos rite will be celebrated at the Seattle Art Museum. For this...
Gay Outlaw: Centric 61
The University Art Museum, California State University, Long Beach, has invited award-winning artist...
No Safety Zone: An Installation by Robert Holland Murray
This assemblage consists of thirty-seven rods of ebonized red oak, which Robert Holland Murray has c...
FOTOK: Photographs by Young Czech Artists Opens Today
The newest venue for contemporary art in Europe opens this exhibition by over 20 young Czech photogr...
Images Sprout and Grow at the Gardner: Work by Heather Ackroyd and Dan Harvey
This exhibition presents a new series of works by British artists Heather Ackroyd and Dan Harvey, wh...
Close Encounters of the Art Kind: Work By Tania Kovats, Langlands and Bell, Sarah Lucas, Keir Smith, Richard Wilson, Bill Woodrow
For six months works by the artists, Tania Kovats, Langlands and Bell, Sarah Lucas, Keir Smith, Rich...
Michael Kalil Retrospective: Design for the 21st Century
The Department of Architecture at Parsons School of Design, a division of New School University, wi...
Skimdeep: An Exhibition of Work by Abi Stockbridge and Anne Marr
In this first joint exhibition of their work, Abi Stockbridge and Anne Marr present a completely n...
Necessary Intervention: Hany Armanious and Mary Teague, Mikala Dwyer and Anna Peters, Mexico-3 (Koji Ryui ans Natsuho Takita), Adam Boyd, Regina Walter
If an artist said that their work is the same as the idea behind it, what would you think - Material...
Eye Infection: Work by Robert Crumb, Mike Kelley, Jim Nutt, Peter Saul and H.C. Westermann
The exhibition fills 17 galleries and is conceived and organised by Christiaan Braun. Braun is wel...
Dream Street: Pittsburgh Photographs by W. Eugene Smith
Dream Street brings together 195 photographs from Smith's epic, unfinished essay of Pittsburgh in th...
Painters and the American West: The Anschutz Collection
The American West — with its majestic mountain peaks, vast rolling plains, and winding rivers — has ...
The Triumph of French Painting: Masterpieces from Ingres to Matisse
The Triumph of French Painting: Masterpieces from Ingres to Matisse features works drawn from the w...
Fabrique, Curated by Ellen Grevey
This exhibition features the work of three artists from Ohio: Eliana Saari, Tessa Windt and Ellen Gr...
Ed Ruscha: Paintings, Drawings and Books 1961-2001
The Museum of Modern Art Oxford presents the UK’s first major retrospective of American artist Ed Ru...
Images In Place: Photographs by Architect Frank Welch
One of the most respected designers in the Southwest, Dallas architect, photographer, and author, F...
Best Impressions: 35 Years of Prints and Sculpture from Gemini G.E.L.
Since 1981 the National Gallery of Art has been home to the complete archive collection of one of Am...
Wisconsin Handweavers: A New Journey in Weaving
Charles Allis Art Museum presents the 51st annual juried exhibition A New Journey in Weaving by Wis...
Good Work: The Jim Barr and Mary Barr Collection
Visitors to Good Work, at City Gallery Wellington, will experience many surprising pieces, includin...
Grand Lyricist: The Art of Elmer Bischoff
With Grand Lyricist: The Art of Elmer Bischoff, the Oakland Museum of California opens the most comp...
actual size: Detroit's Largest Art Exhibit of the Season
Over 200 Detroit area visual artists will show works in all mediums in actual size, a one-month exhi...
Concentrations 40: Maki Tamura
Maki Tamura, a 28-year-old artist, was born in Japan and lived in Indonesia many years before moving...
5th Graz Biennial on Media and Architecture Opens
Announcing the launch of Biennial-Layers, the virtual start of the 5th graz biennial on media and ar...
The Sky above My House: Performance and Exhibition by Nikunja
This international project includes 20 artists from Japan, USA, France, Germany, Switzerland, Portug...
More Than A Feeling - DAMP
Formed through a continuing series of workshops in collaborative practice, art group DAMP have come ...
Homage to Van Gogh: International Artists Pay Tribute to a Legend
Homage to Van Gogh: International Artists Pay Tribute to a Legend honors Vincent van Gogh’s artistic...
Demian Flores: Sparkling Syncretism
From the very start, the art of Demián Flores (Juchitán, 1971) has been expressing the complexities ...
Wonderland: An Installation by Serena Kuhl
Following from the successes of Glory Box and the ‘critterscape’ in the ripe exhibition, this new in...
War and Peace: A German Tsarina in Pavlovsk Palace
The Tsarist palace of Pavlovsk with its vast park ensemble, about thirty kilometers south of St. Pet...
Call to Artists: Join in a Unity Canvas for the USA
A group of leading artists from New York and the tristate area is organizing a wide-ranging art pro...
Buddha: Past - Present - Future Opens Saturady
Buddhism, an endlessly evolving faith, older than Christianity or Islam, is the fastest growing reli...
Grayson Perry - Guerrilla Tactics
Grayson Perry's work is almost unknown in The Netherlands. In England, on the ...
Dust on the Road: Canadian Artists in Dialogue with SAHMAT
This exhibition features an overview of the projects and publications of SAHMAT, a nationwide networ...
Windshield: Richard Neutra's House for the John Nicholas Brown Family
The first exhibition exploring the design, construction process, and role of a deeply involved clien...
A Century of Drawing: Works on Paper from Degas to LeWitt
This exhibition presents for the first time the most outstanding 20th-century drawings in the Natio...
Careers in the Arts for People with Disabilities Listserve Going Online
The National Arts and Disability Center would like to make you aware of the following opportunity t...
Gizmos, Gadgets, and Flying Frogs: The Art of William Joyce and David Wiesner
Get ready to suspend reality, folks! Gizmos, Gadgets, and Flying Frogs: The Art of William Joyce an...
After the Storm: The Eiteljorg Fellowship for Native American Fine Art 2001,
In the entire bookstore within the Museum of Modern Art in New York, there is only one book that dea...
Junk Love: 25th Birthday Celebrations Exhibition
As part of their 25th Birthday Celebrations Australias first Re-use Centre, Reverse Garbage, is runn...
Venini: Masterpieces of Italian Design
The Corning Museum of Glass, home to the world’s most comprehensive collection of glass, presents an...
Contemporary Japanese Jewelery
Rings excavated from cigarette lighters, collars filled with lipstick and  necklaces knotted from an...
Two Landscape Exhibitions
In the Joyner Gallery on the main level will be a two-person exhibition featuring large paintings b...
The Colour Black: Photographic Exhibition by Leading Aboriginal Artist Wayne Quilliam
'The Colour Black' photographic exhibition by leading Aboriginal photographer Wayne Quilliam is cert...
Marisol
The first comprehensive overview of the artists work from the late 1950s to the present. The exhibit...
The Art of Timekeeper: Masterpieces from The Winthrop Edey Bequest
With its major fall and winter exhibition, The Frick Collection introduces to the public a significa...
Gary Hill: Selected Works 1976 - 2001
Video art is still a comparatively young discipline. In the 1960s, the medium was pioneered by such...
California's Native Grandeur: Preserving Vanishing Landscapes
The exhibition features some of the best work of such renowned California painters as William Wendt,...
Superflat: An Exhibition of Provocative Contmeporary Japanese Art
Superflat brings Tokyo cool to Seattle. An exhibition of cutting-edge contemporary Japanese art, S...
Picasso: Cubism to Classicism
The last in a series of focus exhibitions of works by Pablo Picasso in The Cone Collection, this ins...
Streamline - Dawn of Tomorrow: US Design from 1930 to 1950
From the early 1930s through into the 1950s, in the United States a design style flourished that h...
Derriere le Miroir: 35 Original Engravings from the Magazine 1946 to 1982
Derrière le Miroir was an art magazine published between 1946 and 1982 (253 issues) by the French p...
Virtues, Vices, Vanities: Paintings by Jean Roberts Guequierre
Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum presents Virtues, Vices, Vanities: Paintings by Jean Roberts G...
Seeking US Venue: Monumental War and Art Sculpture
A large scale artwork, the result of 2 years carving stone, has recently been completed by sculptor ...
Earth and Fire: Italian Terracotta Sculpture from Donatello to Canova to Canova
The art of terracotta sculpture flourished in Italy, beginning in the 15th century and continuing th...
Queer(ing) Warhol: Andy Warhol's (Self-)Portraits
Andy Warhol is one of the most famous and popular artists of the last century and from November 10,...
Self-portrait by Albert Birkle is Highlight of Auction Moderne and Gegenwart
A first highlight of the auction Moderne and Gegenwart (Modern and Contemporary), which will take pl...
Morphologies Exhibition and Symposium to be Held
The MORPHOLOGIES exhibition presents recent digital video art work produced at ZKM, Centre for Art a...
Esra Ersen
The Turkish artist, Esra Ersen's Moderna Museet Projekt, If You Could Speak Swedish... is about lang...
Brilliantly Birmingham: Museum of the Jewellery Quarter
Brilliantly Birmingham, the annual fair celebrating Birmingham's jewellery making heritage and i...
Jean Arp: A Retrospective
The Joan Miró Foundation will be presenting Jean Arp, selected by Maria Luïsa Borràs and sponsored b...
Robert Roark: Master of Light and Realism
With his luminescent paintings often eliciting references to Vermeer, Robert Roark is considered a m...
Strindberg and Photography
The exhibition features original little-known photographic work by the great Swedish playwright Augu...
Eternal Egypt: Masterworks of Ancient Art from The British Museum
This unprecedented traveling exhibition of nearly 150 masterpieces from The British Museum's world f...
The Dawn of The floating World
The 'floating world' (ukiyo) was the world of transient pleasure-seeking in Japanese cities, particu...
Drawings: Armand Simon
From 1933 on, Armand Simon (1906-1981) makes drawing his unique language. Self-taught, he doesn't s...
Will Maclean: Driftworks
Driftworks brings together a number of new and existent works by Will Maclean. Continuing his fascin...
Milton H. Greene: Portraits of an Era
The American photographer Milton H. Greene (1922-1985) initially became known for his award-winnin...
Re:mote - Relationship between Land and Place
The term Re:mote refers to a location that is far away and distant; a distance of time; a relation...
Dan Graham: Works 1965-2000
Works 1965-2000 is the title of a Dan Graham retrospective in the Kröller-Müller Museum from ...
The Introspection of The Outside: Work by Fulvio Tomasi
Our mind assimilates, encodes, assesses, reassembles and puts again into ...
Fifteenth International Triennial of Drawing Opens Today
125 selected Croatian and international artists along with 45 invited artists make up this exhibitio...
TRIO: Di Da Do - Current Work by 3 Female Artists
TRIO: Di Da Do , curated by Mr.Ian Boyd, offers the viewer the newest trends in the international a...
NSA Annual Christmas Exhibition
In keeping with tradition the NSA Shop is set to top the mark as the Festive Season shopping destina...
From Ashes to Art: Artists Hold the Key
Ashes to Art, created to showcase art that honors life, is the first international juried exhibitio...
Belle-Ile: Monet, Russell and Matisse in Brittany
This exhibition brings together works by Claude Monet, ...
Meredith Allen: Photographies Recentes
Good humour comes to mind in the recent c-prints of Meredith Allen. The artists hand holds an ice cr...
Plug In Sells Out - Invest Online in Cultural Commodities
From Shanghai to Venice, Plug In has had an amazing year. Now theyre letting you take them home. Pl...
Call to Artists: A Loving Home - Exhibition and Auction
To foster appreciation for the role that artists play in our community as reporters, provocateurs, c...
Milton Avery: The Late Paintings
One of the foremost American modernists, Milton Avery (1885-1965) is renowned for a visual agility t...
Robert Adrian X
Collaging is a non-linear process. We build something new every day without gaining anything new. It...
Sunflower
Born in Sao Paolo in 1965, Daniel Chust Peters lives and works in Barcelona. For the last ten years ...
Factory Direct .1
A wide-ranging exhibit that brings together cutting-edge contemporary art and the industrial heritag...
Poignant Pictures
Pictures of endangered species go on show at Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery on 1st December...
Goya: The Family of the Infante Don Luis
Don Luís was the younger brother of King Charles III of Spain. Although he was made Cardinal-Archbi...
World Views Open Studio Exhibition
World Views, one of LMCC's artist-in-residence programs at the World Trade Center, was housed in 10...
Call for Academic Artists: 2002 International Art Competition
The National Academy of Fine Arts has opened its membership to all academic artists interested in in...
Holiday Greetings at the Allis and Villa
a festive celebration for all ages December 2, 2001 through January 13, 2002. Amid trees, wreaths...
Member Curated Exhibition: After France - Works by Jean Koeller, Curated by Anne Hubler
The Ohio Art League is pleased to announce its December Member Curated Exhibition, After France cur...
Indomitable Spirit - Paintings of Faith, Hope and Remembrance by Christina Saj
The Galleries at the Interchurch Center are pleased to present the paintings of Christina Saj which...
Enrique Azocar: Luzy Fertilidad - Light and Fertility
For their third Christmas exhibition Shire Pottery Gallery and Studios presents paintings in oil on ...
Call for Nominations: Prestigious Art Prize
FNB Vita once again invites the public to make their nominations for the artist of their choice for...
Call to Artists: Net Art Commissions
Rhizome.org is pleased to announce the launch of its first net art commissioning program. With supp...
December: Sara Angelucci, Janet Bellotto, Robin Hesse, Ron Hewson, Tania Kitchell, Thérèse Mastroiacovo, Laura Millard, Isabella Stefanescu, Joanna Strong, Larry Towell, Aidan Urquhart and Janet Morton
Work by twelve artists has been selected as a series of propositions that address the question: Wha...
Len Lye: Experimental Filmmaker, Sculptor, Photographer and Writer
As an experimental filmmaker, sculptor, photographer and writer, Len Lye was a diverse original, ec...
Exhibition Launches New Venue: Unit 2 - Museum Artists
After a year of hard work by a team of dedicated working professionals, The Digital Art Museum will...
Installations that Have Travelled to Havana, Rotterdam, Shanghai, Mumbai and Jakarta to be Displayed
The last international incident for Homeport, Harbor City Project opens at Saturday December 8th, wh...
Lyndal Jones: Up to and including...Deep Water/Aqua Profunda
Direct from the 49th Biennale of Venice, Lyndal Jones' multi-screen video installation Deep Water/A...
Call to Artists: 7th Annual Aritsts Residencies in Hungary Available for Summer 2002
The Hungarian Multicultural Center, Inc. (HMC) invites interested visual artists and writers to sub...
New and Old: Drawings and Paintings by Vivian van der Merwe
The artist made the following statement relating to this exhibition: I have worked with increasingl...
Multiple Personalities: An Onsite / Online Group Exhibition of Artist Multiples and Editions
Haines Gallery is pleased to announce its first group exhibition which is comprised solely of artis...
Babel Part Four: Redemption - Works by Susan Berstler and Lee Mandell
The series BABEL resulted from an act of violence along the Mystic River. Outside Reclamation Artist...
Call to Artists: Scholarships for Painting Workshops in France, 2002
French Paintbox's painting workshops in the Midi-Pyrenees region and Limousin combine effortless tr...
Sculptures by Lisa Osborn and Debra Giller
Lisa Osborn and Debra Giller create large, totemic, ceramic sculptures that defy the limitations of ...
American Impressionists Abroad and at Home: Paintings from the Collection of The Metropolitan Museum of Art
The Orlando Museum of Art (OMA) presents from December 7, 2001 through March 3, 2002 American Impres...
KWASUKASUKELA (Once upon a time): Works by Thafa Dlamini and Siza Mkhize
Once upon a time is an exhibition by Thafa Dlamini and Siza Mkhize which will be opened at the Bat ...
Peter Doig: Paintings and MAGNETIC NORTH: Canadian Experimental Video Open This Weekend
The Power Plant presents two exhibitions by Canadian artists, which are on view until March 3, 2002....
John Drawbridge - Wide Open Interior
Pass through the Beehive, Radio New Zealand House, or the National Library, and you can't help but ...
The Frame in America: 1860-1960
This exhibition presents a comprehensive survey of the most prolific and creative period in American...
Bollywood Satirized: Works by Annu Palakunnathu Matthew
The Artist states that: The digital portfolio, Bollywood Satirized, is a critical commentary on the ...
Museum Opens in New Building with a New Name
The American Folk Art Museum – formerly the Museum of American Folk Art – today announced that it wi...
Robert Wilson's Monumental 14 Stations Presented at MASS MoCA - Premier American Venue for Milestone Work
Robert Wilson's critically acclaimed, monumental interpretation of the Passion of Christ, 14 Statio...
Ilana Raviv: Synthetic Realism - Paintings
In this exhibition the artist deals with Synthetic Realism - a handy label that expresses the natur...
Robert Hodgins - 50 Years a Painter
Hodgins is regarded as one of the prime bridge builders between the 20th and 21st centuries. This ar...
Sculpture in the Gardens: Bing Dawe, Enid Eiriksson and Kazu Nakagawa
Sculpture in the Gardens is a biennial event hosted ...
Echoes of the Spirit: Part of Japan 2001 Festival
All over Japan, artists have joined hands with their disabled peers to breathe new life into the tr...
Treasure Hunt: A Decade of Collecting Works on Paper
Treasure Hunt: A Decade of Collecting Works on Paper presents a cross-section of works that span t...
Very Cyberfeminist International
The Old Boys Network (OBN) invites cyberfeminists, fans, friends and fiends of cyberfeminism as well...
Splendid Isolation: Art of Easter Island
The first-ever American exhibition devoted to the art of Easter Island – the ...
A Passion for Collecting
Entitled A Passion for Collecting, the exhibition gathers well over a hundred masterpieces of drawin...
The Lives of Lee Miller
The American Lee Miller (1907-1977) was one of the most remarkable photographers of the 20th centur...
Call for Entries: New Images-New Stories - Art in Modern Media
The theme of this year's EMAF 2002 is New Images - New Stories - Art in Modern Media. Productions ...
Not Quite Myself Today: Video Works by Eight Artists
While the artists included in Not Quite Myself Today most definitely have a personal presence in t...
City Streets: Photography by Milwaukee Artist Ron Zabler
City Streets, an exhibition of photography by Milwaukee artist Ron Zabler, will open on Friday, Dece...
The People's Art / A Arte do Povo
In his final exhibition as director of Witte de With, Bartomeu Marí shares ...
Dan Graham: Works 1965-2000
Works 1965-2000 is the title of a Dan Graham retrospective in the Kröller-Müller Museum from ...
Bruce Yonemoto: Screen Gems
Born (1949) and reared in the Santa Clara valley, CA, Bruce Yonemoto has witnessed t...
Bill Lundberg: Syntax of Illusion
A number of film-based installations dating from the 1970's to the present by Austin- based artist W...
Avery Preesman - Bedrock
Avery Preesman (1968) makes an unconventional contribution to the Stedelijk's presentations of con...
Fred Tomaselli: 10 Year Survey
PBICA is pleased to announce the first solo museum show of this remarkable ...
Visions for a new Film Centre: Three competition schemes for the bfi
An exhibition of of proposals by three architectural practices, David Chipperfield...
The Strongest Expression Of Our Time - New Objectivity / Neue Sachlichkeit in Hanover
The time has come to re-evaluate the Hanover artists of the New Objectivity movement, who, ...
Prinz Friedrich von Homburg, Ein Schauspiel, 3X (1998-2001), by Frank Stella Installed
The National Gallery of Art has completed the installation ...
Truthful Exploration: Chinese Landscape Ink Painting by Grace Wing Mui Auyeung
The 30 landscape ink paintings display different styles of rendering: from en plein air, quick sketc...
Gordon Parks: Photojournalism
Photographs by renowned photojournalist Gordon Parks will be on view at the Cleveland ...
Calming the Tempest with Peter Paul Rubens
Acting on the premise that history is as much a matter of the present as of the past, this exhibitio...
The Larson Effect
The Larsen effect, named after the Danish physicist Soren ...
Leisureland - Anne Zahalka
Gold Coast City Art Gallery is delighted to present Leisureland, an exhibition of photographs by ren...
Call for Artists: Project Phoenix
In view of the recent tragedy of Sept. 11th, Redbud will sponsor a silent and blind art auction on ...
A Distant Muse
Orientalist Art engages both the emotions and the intellect as much as, if not more than, any other ...
Abstract Perspectives: Featuring Paintings by Adrien Asselin
Adrien Asselin's pastels recall the flash of blue sky, the vibrancy of a single bird egg, even a Tib...
Winter Exhibitions: Tiong Ang, Serhiy Bratkov, David Claerbout, Jose Antonio Hernandez-Diez
The Institute of Visual Arts is currently showing four exhibitions by four artists from The Netherla...
Painting Zero Degree: A Contemporary Trend in Painting
Painting Zero Degree offers an illuminating look at a particularly fascinating strain of contemporar...
Aluminum by Design: Jewelry to Jets
The beauty and versatility of aluminum come home - literally - in an exhibit presented this month by...
Roger Shimomura: An American Diary and Shaping Stories – Two Exhibitions
Two series of paintings by artist Roger Shimomura, An American Diary and Memories of Childhood, will...
BG Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2001
This exhibition presents stunning, moving and challenging entries to the Wildlife Photographer of th...
In Situ: Evans/Rinklin/Holmberg
A group show of paintings presented by The Minnesota Artists Exhibition Program (MAEP), entitled In ...
Under the Sign of the City: Contemporary Art from Turkey
The Kunstmuseum Bonn has ...
Extreme Beauty: The Body Transformed
Over time and across cultures, extraordinary manipulations of the body have occurred as concepts of ...
Regional 2001 Jury Selected Exhibitions
This year almost 500 portfolios were entered for the Regionale 2001. Now 205 artistic positions ema...
Call for Proposals: MAKROLAB - Atholl Estate, Perthshire, Scotland - Summer 2002
The aim of the residency programme is to provide artists, strategic and tactical information analys...
The Inward Eye: Transcendence in Contemporary Art
The Inward Eye explores individual works of art that transport the viewer from the here and now into...
Across Borders: Beadwork in Iroqous Life
From striking beaded clothing to souvenir beaded pincushions, the artistic, cultural, ...
Native American Artists Wanted for 10th Annual Indian Market
The Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art invites documented Native American artists ...
Victorian Photographs: Julia Margaret Cameron - Annals of My Glass House
Julia Margaret Cameron is today recognised as one of the great ...
Resent Works by Colombian-American Painter MICO: The Anniversary Series: 9-11-01
Each work in this series has to do with a real event, personal or not, local, national or internati...
Boris Michajlov: Case History
Boris Michajlov, who was born in the Ukrainian city of Charkov in 1938, is considered the most influ...
The Vaughan Bequest of Turner Watercolours
The New Year begins at the National Gallery of Scotland with its annual ...
Adrian's Camelot: Work by a Legendary American Designer
The work of legendary American designer Adrian (1903-1959) exemplifies glamour and decorative fluid...
Diego y Frida: Photographs by Various Photographers
Through the lens of many of Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlos friends and colleagues such as: Bernard Si...
Dreams and Nightmares: Photography by Vickie Suarez
Vickie Suarez presents a one-person exhibition of photography at the Wallflower Gallery. The artist ...
Stranger Than Truth: Photographs of the Superfictional
The Australian Centre for Photography is proud to present a contemporary Museum of Wonders. The exh...
Anne Militello: Radiate (Not Fade Away)
Modern Culture At The Gershwin Hotel will present Anne Militello: Radiate (Not Fade Away), an exhib...
Recent Works by Raymond Howell
Recent Works by Raymond Howell, an exhibition of approximately 15 works by the Oakland painter and p...
These Drawings Steve Stelling Curated by Sylke Krell
The Ohio Art League is pleased to announce its January Member Curated Exhibition, These Drawings cu...
Touring Home From Away: Jin-Me Yoon
For more than a decade Jin-me Yoon's work has explored the mechanisms and functions of identity cons...
Masterworks from the Albertina: Renaissance to Rococo
Representative of the extraordinary quality and breadth of the collection, Masterworks from the Albe...
A Passion for Renoir: Five Great Paintings from the Clark Art Institute
Of all the Impressionists, Pierre-Auguste Renoir was the artist most in love with the feel of paint....
Call for Artists: International Artists suffering from Migraines
This large pharmaceutical company and international exhibit company request slides from artists that...
Prevailing Human Spirit, The Exhibition
This memorial exhibition is being held in response to the heartrending events of Septembe...
Power of Thought:The Prints of Jessie Oonark
Power of Thought: The Prints of Jessie Oonark is the first one-person ...
Summer Class 2002 to be Held in Bar Harbor Maine
The National Academy of Professional Plein air Painters is accepting registration for Summer Class i...
Body Stories: An Installation Created by Stephen Sheffield and Gina Cestaro
Body Stories is an installation about asking questions, and searching for answers. It is about disco...
Descent of Flowers: Installation by Frank Vasello
Through mythology we access parts of ourselves that we may not normally be in touc...
Siona Benjamin: Multicultural Identities
Siona Benjamin, who grew up a Sephardic Jew (Middle Eastern and Spanish ancestral heritage) in Ind...
Ben Shahn: Summer of 1938
The exhibition, which examines Shahn's documentary photographs ...
Manga: Short Comics from Modern Japan
Manga, Japan's comics phenomenon, now accounts for two fifths of all publications going to print in...
Integrity: Building with Honesty
Organised by Richard Coleman Consultancy and designed in association with Wordsearch, this exhibit...
Mapping The Studio I (Fat Chance John Cage)
Mapping the Studio I (Fat Chance John Cage), a new large-scale video installation by Bruce Nauman,...
Francois Bucher: White Balance (to think is to forget differences), 2002
White Balance (to think is to forget differences) is an effort to uncover the geographies of power, ...
20th Century Masterworks from the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO), Toronto
The magic continues at the Appleton Museum of Art, January 11th; 20th Century Masterworks from the A...
Shearing the Rams Touring Regional Galleries
One of Australias most famous paintings, Shearing the Rams, by Tom Roberts, heads to country Victori...
Call for Submissions: Power to the People
A plan for public ownership of what became Ontario Hydro was conceived in Kitchener by Detweiler, Sn...
Caal for Participants: Arts Management 34, Spring 2002 Semester at Cosumnes River College
Left Brain Skills for Right Brain People! Arts Management 34, Spring Semester at Cosumnes Riv...
New York Mutation Project
31Grand is proud to present an Adidict Mutation exhibition. Adidict made a call for participants to...
Hugo Boss Prize 2002 Finalists Announced
Thomas Krens, Director, Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, and Werner Baldessarini, Chairman and CEO,...
Reality to Fantasy: The Evolution of Theme Park Design
Have you ever wondered how the attractions were created in a theme park, or imagined how you would d...
David McManaway's Studio by David H. Gibson
The McKinney Avenue Contemporary (The MAC) presents David McManaways Studio by David H. Gibson, an ...
Scenes of American Life: Treasures from the Smithsonian American Art Museum
Scenes of American Life includes more than 60 important paintings and sculptures celebrating daily...
Waterspeak: Dana Claxton
Waterspeak, a new installation work, blends video and film footage of waterfalls and the winter rapi...
Gyuto Monks from Tibet in Residence
The Gyuto Monks from Tibet will be in residence at the Art Gallery from Wednesday 16 January until ...
Personal Edens: The Gardens and Film Sets of Florence Yoch
Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum presents the touring exhibition Personal Edens: The Gardens a...
Keith Tyson: Supercollider
Keith Tyson is emerging as one of the most interesting artists working today. For his solo show at ...
Stephen Hughes: Photographs
Buildings as apparitions, gleaming white apartment blocks stranded by the shore, lone figures drift...
Earthly Bodies: Irving Penn's Nudes, 1949-50
One of the world's preeminent photographers, Irving ...
Van Gogh and the Labors of the Field
Van Gogh and the Labors of the Field is a small exhibi...
The 14th London Contemporary Art Fair Opens Today
Featuring one hundred leading galleries from throughout the UK, ART2002 represents a unique overvie...
Antony Gormley: First Exhibition in Spain
CGAC is delighted to present the first survey in Spain of the work of Turner ...
Ralph Allen: Artist of the Month
Ralph Allen left Haiti in his early twenties to study at National Academy School of Fine Arts in New...
A Curious and Ingenious Art: Reflections on Daguerreotypes at Harvard
The exhibition will include the original silver-coated plates, dating from the mid-1800s, that captu...
Rogerio Reis: Carnival in Canvas
Carnaval na Lona or Carnival in Canvas is an ongoing photographic essay by the Brazilian photograph...
Outer and Inner Space: A Video Exhibition in Three Parts
Outer and Inner Space brings exemplary international video art to ...
Call to Artists: Monument to Mankind, One Sculptor from Each Nation
The Humanitad Foundation, a non-profit organization based in London, promotes inter-cultural and int...
Four New Exhibitions Opened Yesterday
On January 20, the Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art presents four seperate exhibitions. FLOOR TO C...
Paul Klee: The Nature of Creation
A major exhibition of paintings, watercolours and drawings by the artist Paul Klee is to ...
Jens Kabisch: Perfektewelt
Hoxton Distillery is proud to host the launch of the new news corporation - Perfektewelt. Initiatin...
Tirana/Tyranny: Human Experience of Tyranny - Albania (1944-1990)
Tirana: the capital of Albania Tyranny: power of a single person, exercised with a view to oppressi...
Call to Artists: PERIODIC a public competition for sound projects
PERIODIC is a musical activity organised to coincide with the exhibition Tirana/Tyranny which is to...
Hundreds and Thousands: A Site-specific Installation by Sarah Stevenson
Fashioned from utilitarian materials, Stevenson‚s quasi- representational sculptures appear decepti...
David Carson: Graphic Design After the End of Print
David Carson, internationally renown graphic designer, will be exhibiting work at the Art Institute ...
Jens Carstensen: A Dane in Dane County
The exhibition will include 60 oils, watercolors, and pastels of Wisconsin and Upper Peninsula lan...
American Folk Art Museum Hosts Benefit Preview for Year 2002 Outsider Art Fair
The Outsider Art Fair, the leading art exposition committed to self-taught and intuitive art, is sho...
Shared Inspiration: Work by Artists in Education
This exhibition is the third in a series of four exhibitions at the Riffe Gallery celebrating the YE...
Monica Alonso: MITGA 1932 - 2020
Mónica Alonso (b. A Fonsagrada, Lugo, 1970) creates a disturbing world of ...
Espai 13, Homo ludens. Art at play - Olympia by Grazia Toderi
The Joan Miro Foundation will be presenting Olympia by Grazia Toderi, as part of the Homo Ludens. Ar...
Elvis Has Just Left the Building - Urban Legends / Contemporary Myths
Elvis Has Just Left the Building features existing and newly produced work by 11 international arti...
Wim Delvoye: Cloaca
The New Museum of Contemporary Art will present the U.S. debut of Wim Delvoye's Cloaca, ...
DesignNow.Austria
This exhibition provides an overview of the current situation and historical ...
Sam Taylor-Wood: Films and Photography
On show at the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam from January 26 to April 1 are photographs and films by t...
Two Artists Exhibit Calco and Xilo Engravings
At the Gallery Particular in Lisbon works by Lilian Pestre de Almeida and Guilherme Cardoso will be ...
Carrie Mae Weems: The Hampton Project
This compelling new exhibition features a recent body of work by Carrie Mae Weems, an artist renowne...
Alex Hamilton: Mandals at AZARA
Alex Hamilton’s new abstract paintings and culturally inspired mandalas were successfully exhibited ...
7 - Seven Incredible Photographers
‘Seven Wonders of the World’, ‘Seven Samurais’, ‘Seven Deadly Sins’, ‘The Magnificent Seven’ and ‘Fr...
Wolfgang Laib: A Retrospective
On view at the Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego's La Jolla location from January 27 through Ma...
Ultrabaroque: Aspects of Post-Latin American Art
The richness, diversity and sophistication of the artistic ...
Christo and Jeanne-Claude in the Vogel Collection
The first survey mounted in the United States encompas...
A Painting and A Sculpture, Martin Creed and John Nixon, curated by Nicholas Chambers AND A Painting and A Photograph, Reuben Keehan and Darren Sylvester, curated by Nicholas Chambers
Recently in the media spotlight for winning Britain's major art award of the year, the Turner Prize...
japan four: London Based Contemporary Japanese Artists and London-Tokyo Digital Projects Present New Works
As part of the Japan 2001 celebrations, UK based contemporary Japanese artists and London-Tokyo digi...
Femme Fatale: Anne Zahalka, Anne Wallace and Annette Bezor
In 2002 the IMA will present exhibitions from three women artists, Anne Zahalka, Anne Wallace and An...
Traces of a Friendship: Photographs of Alberto Giacometti by Ernst Scheidegger
Traces of a Friendship presents a selection of photographs of the internationally known Swiss artist...
Marc Quinn
Tate Liverpool is to host a major exhibition of the work of Marc Quinn – his most significant to dat...
Jigar: Films by Alia Syed
Jigar: derived from the Urdu word for friend or lover. Jigar brings together a significant body of...
The Contest Between Painting and Sculpture: From Duerer to Daumier
Reflections by art and artists about their medium and their profession are as old as art itself. Art...
The Magic of Light: Artists Focusing on Non-Traditional Media
We cannot touch or hold it, but we can see it, and with it, see our world. Light defines our physic...
Natural Surroundings: Photographs by Kerry Trapnell
Internationally recognised Cairns-based photographer Kerry Trapnell, presents a unique collection of...
Fernando Botero: Painter of The Incredible
Fernando Botero - not everybody knows his name but most people know and treasure his works. From Fe...
The Uncanny: Experiments in Cyborg Culture
The Uncanny is a wide-ranging exhibition that explores historical and contemporary representation ...
Mood River: An International Exhibition Examing Impact of Design on Contemporary Life
Mood River, an innovative international design and art exhibition, opened at the Wexner Center for ...
Ken Weaver - Hillbilly Hardcore : Profonde Amerique
Ken Weaver's exhibition Hillbilly Hardcore: Profonde Amérique is a pictorial, conceptual and physica...
HORSES - Two Works to Welcome the New Year
For the first two weeks of February, Shanghart opens an exhibition consisting of two works that welc...
ALCHEMY and other transcendental works by Brett Whiteley
The huge mural Alchemy (1972-73) is the centrepiece of an exhibition of Brett Whiteley’s artworks wi...
The Breeze Through the Remains, no.2, By Mrs Masako Tadokoro, a Japanese artist living in Bangkok
The first art exhibition in 2002 at Akko Gallery is The Breeze Through the ...
Intervention: Transformation of Five Large Victorian Houses
On February 1st 2002, an extraordinary project from the new Sozo Collective, Intervention, opened in...
Jigar: Films by Alia Syed
Jigar: derived from the Urdu word for friend or lover. TheSpace@inIVA presents the London strand of ...
Artist Opportunity - Step into Leonardo's Shoes...Workshop in Drawing from Human Anatomical Specimens
The Department of Anatomy at the University of New South Wales (Sydney) is providing a rare opportu...
AA Bronson: Mirror Mirror
The MIT List Visual Arts Center is pleased to announce the opening of Mirror Mirror by AA Bronson, a...
Manuel Castro Cobos: The Importance of His Life / La importacia de su vida
Manuel Castro Cobos creates intimate organic forms which pulsate with life through movement and col...
Chair Show 4 and Sitting Pretty: Contemporary Wisconsin Chairs
When humans need ease from walking upright, the bulk of civilization pulls up a comfortable chair. S...
Call for Artists - High Beam Festival: Contemporary Expressions of Disability Culture
Celebrate at High Beam Festival, a biennial international arts festival showcasing contemporary wor...
Master Drawings from the Collection of Alfred Moir
Some of the greatest European artists to put pen to paper are represented in this exhibition of old-...
Images of the Miccosukee
In the 1930s, many of these photographs were made into postcards and sold to tourists. Sheffield and...
Bill Viola: Going Forth By Day
Bill Viola, one of our leading contemporary artists, has been a pioneer in the use of video and the...
Van Gogh & Gauguin
The story of Vincent van Gogh and Paul Gauguin - their admiration for each other's work, their frien...
Retrospective for American Sculptor H.C. Westermann
H.C. Westermann, the first posthumous retrospective for this American sculptor (1922-1981), who crea...
Dryden Goodwin: Closer
Goodwin works with both still and moving images to investigate the way we interact physically and ps...
Truth and Lies by Jillian Edelstein
In April 1996 an extraordinary process began in South Africa. The Truth and Reconciliation Commissio...
Photography Transformed: Selections from the Metropolitan Bank and Trust Company Collection
Cleveland-based Metropolitan Bank and Trust owns one of the largest contemporary art ...
The Rowan Collection: Contemporary British and Irish Art
The first public exhibition from an important collection of...
ARCO'02
Over the last few years, in contemporary art theory circles, a debate has arisen once again regardin...
The 14th Annual Works On Paper Show to Open for Preview Today
Sanford L. Smith and Associates is pleased to announce that the 14th Annual Wo...
The Reading Room: Denis Doran
Elegiac and fragmented images concerning a childhood landscape reflected and refracted t...
Bluebox: Igor and Svetlana Kopystiansk -- Fog
In 2002 the Sprengel Museum Hannover will be presenting four artistic positions, one after ...
Hannelore Baron: Works from 1967 to 1987
Collages and box assemblages created by Hannelore Baron (American, 1926-1987) are the focus of this ...
Call for Participation: Atlantic Cultural Space Conference -- E-Lounge, Web Screenings and New Media
Youth, emerging artists, international exchange and new media are the heady blend that animates the...
Pioneer American Conceptual Artist Douglas Huebler
This first substantial exhibition in Britain of work by the pioneer American conceptual artist Dougl...
Georgeanne Deen: 1992-2002
Los Angeles artist Georgeanne Deen will present 27 paintings executed over the past decade in an ex...
Call for Entries: 16th Edition of the Competition for Cyberarts
The Prix Ars Electronica 2002 marks the 16th edition of the competition for cyberarts, which is or...
Gerhard Richter: 40 Years of Painting
Gerhard Richter: 40 Years of Painting will be the first full-scale survey of the paintings of the in...
Aelbert Cuyp (1620-1691)
Aelbert Cuyp (1620 - 1691) was one of the most important Dutch landscape painters and draughtsmen of...
Henry Moore: Journey Through Form
Te Papa, in partnership with The Henry Moore Foundation of England, have produced an exhibition for ...
Andre Otto: Solo Exhibition of Sculpture
The Absa Gallery in downtown Johannesburg is hosting an exhibition of bronze sculptures by South Af...
Phenomenon of the Ukrainian Avant-garde, 1910 - 1935
The Phenomenon of the Ukrainian Avant-garde, 1910 - 1935, is an exhibition that features works resc...
Con Art: Magic/Object/Action
Con Art explores art's roots in artifice and deception, demonstrating the ways in which art and m...
Identity - Trademarks, Logotypes and Symbols
Widening its mandate concerning current and modern design, Nationalmuseum presents Identi...
Seeing Things: Photographing Objects 1850-2001
Seeing Things: Photographing Objects 1850-2001 in the Canon Photography Gallery at the Vand A e...
The Wheel Project: 400 wheels Mounted in a Design by Toronto Architect Philip Beesley
Discovered before history was recorded and still one of humanity's most important inventions, the wh...
Monument: An Exhibition of Works in Cast Iron by Cobus van Bosch
The exhibition MONUMENT uses one of the most well known examples of urban iconography - the manhole ...
Spring Flowers, Autumn Grass: The Spirit of Nature in Asian Art
The National Gallery of Victoria will celebrate Chinese New Year with the launch of this new exhibit...
Call to Artists: Community Exhibitions Program
Cairns Regional Gallery is calling on Far Northern artists and art organisations to apply for an exh...
Accomodating Change: Circle 33 Housing Group
This major exhibition is the culmination of The Architecture Foundation's social housing design init...
Parallel Visions: Affinities within the Australian Collection
This exhibition features 200 works by 22 of Australia's foremost artists and includes some of thei...
Staging: Janieta Eyre, Julie Moos, Zwelethu Mthethwa
As the inaugural exhibition of 2002, the Contemporary will open Staging: Janieta Eyre, Julie Moos, Z...
Marlene Dumas' First Drawing Retrospective
The New Museum of Contemporary Art presents Marlene Dumas: Name No Names, a major draw...
Australian Art Series: Exhibitions Featuring Sir Sidney Nolan, Tracey Moffatt and Mikala Dwyer
Three exhibitions by Australian artists Sir Sidney Nolan, Tracey Moffatt and Mikala Dwyer open this...
Creative Enrichment - for Grown Ups
Just a cursory look through the pages of any local newspaper will reveal the wealth of personal enri...
Out of Senses: Seven Exhibitions where Artists Use the Museum as a Laboratory
Out of Senses is a series of presentations, exhibitions and events mainly based on young peoples per...
Cover Story: celebrating 40 years of Pottery in Australia
The Powerhouse Museum, in conjunction with the Potters' Society of Australia, has launched an exhibi...
Myer Myers: Jewish Silversmith in Colonial New York
An exhibition of the work of Myer Myers (1723-1795), one of the most accomplished craftsmen working ...
Art in 2 Worlds: The Native American Fine Art Invitational 1983-1997
Art in 2 Worlds: The Native American Fine Art Invitational 1983-1997 was organized by the Heard Mus...
Enchanted: Julie Clark, Alexa de Ferranti and Charlotte Prodger
This exhibition at the Colville Place Gallery profiles the work of four recent graduates. Julie Clar...
Surrounding Interiors: Views Inside the Car
A place both personal and anonymous, private and public, hermetic and permeable, the interior of t...
Call to Artists - Centering: Ancient and Contemporary Expressions of Sacred Art
This call to artists is for a show to be held at the Sonoma Museum of Visual Arts (SMOVA) located in...
Partou: Portraits of Absence - New Paintings with a Digital Installation of Image and Prose
Partou was born in Tehran in 1958 and came to England at the age of eleven. She graduated from Warw...
Call for Artists: 2002 KAA Annual Spring Art Event
This event will include 2-D (drawing, painting, mixed media) and 3-D (sculpture) art competition wit...
The Second Part of a Two-Part Exhibition of Works by Roni Horn
Blah, blah, blah, blah, moon, Blah, blah, blah, above; Blah, blah, blah, blah, croon, Blah, blah,...
New York Expression: Jean-Michel Basquiat, Keith Haring, Kenny Scharf, David Salle, George Condo, Donald Baechler
The art in this exhibition is young and urbane. Some of the artists had origins in the illegal graff...
Eden and the Apple of Sodom: Lauren Berkowitz, Antony Hamilton and Janet Laurence
Lauren Berkowitz, Antony Hamilton and Janet Laurence - artists whose practices engage with the env...
Videos By Spanish Artists Who Don't Make Any, or Nearly
Spanish Curator, Nilo Casares has compiled a video collection of artists work from his native Spain ...
Exposed: The Victorian Nude
Every naturalistic representation of the naked body was considered during the Victorian era (1837–19...
refleXions: Photographs by Jurgen Pape
The Ohio Art League is pleased to announce its March Member Curated Exhibition refleXions curated b...
Works by John Himmelfarb, Lauri Lynnxe Murphy and Bernice Strawn
The William Havu Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibit featuring paintings by John Himmelfarb, ...
2002 Adelaide Biennial - conVerge: where art and science meet
Australia's most important survey of contemporary Australian art opens Friday 1 March at the Art Gal...
Dreams of Flying turn into Reality
In the last two years, an extraordinary mix of artists, dancers, scientists and musicians have join...
Call to Artists: Seventh Annual Art in Public Places Competition
Since its inception in 1989, Dublin Arts Council’s Art in Public Places program has garnered extensi...
NY NY: Vintage Photographs From The Photo League and The New York School work by Lida Moser, Joe Schwartz, Erika Stone and Bill Witt
The Photo League was a school, an association, a social club and probably the birth place of America...
Jana Sterbak: A Contemporary Artists' Retrospective
Canadian artist Jana Sterbak is increasingly establishing herself as one of the most significant in...
Edmund Kuehn: Retrospective 1937-2001
Columbus College of Art and Design (CCAD) is proud to present Edmund Kuehn Retrospective, 1937-2001...
Possession Obsession: Objects from Andy Warhol's Personal Collection
The Andy Warhol Museum will present Possession Obsession: Objects from Andy Warhol's Personal Colle...
Desire and Devotion: Art from India, Tibet, and Nepal
The collection of John and Berthe Ford is one of the most important ...
The Flowering of Florence: Botanical Art for the Medici
The Medici family's passion for the arts and fascination with the natural ...
Call for Artists: Four Public Art Project Opportunities
Four Public Art Opportunities are being offered by The King County Public Art Program, King County, ...
MARK CURRAN: Southern Cross - A Documentary Portrait of Contemporary Ireland
This exhibition marks the culmination of Irish artist Mark Currans long-term documentary portrait o...
Call for Artists: Announcing Strathmore's 2002 Art Contest
Strathmores 2002 Art Contest includes three categories with prizes for each: Student Artist, Gener...
Treasures from a Lost Civilization: Ancient Chinese Art from Sichuan
This exhibition presents the fascinating art and material culture of ancient Sichuan, in remote sout...
Contemporaries of Arpad Szenes and Vieira da Silva in the Berardo Collection
The remarkable Berardo collection gives us a global view of the development of international art in ...
The Whitney Biennial 2002 Opens in New York
The Whitney Museum of American Art will present the work of 113 artists and collaborative teams in t...
P J Crook: New Paintings and cConstructions
An innovator in the new English figuration, P J Crook renders urban crowds which while they consist ...
Four Exhibitions Open Today: THE ART BAR by Nat & Ali, Matthew Sleeth's TOUR OF DUTY, Jack Sweetman and James Cecil's LOCATION, John Tonkin's MENISCUS
Centre for Contemporary Photography opens four new projects today. Collaborative artist team Nat & A...
Rachel Whiteread: Transient Spaces - Two New Sculptures
Rachel Whiteread: Transient Spaces, an exhibition of two new sculptures by British artist Rachel Whi...
Goya: Images of Women
Goya: Images of Women is the first major exhibition dedicated to an examination ...
Torontoniensis: Songs from the Waterfront
Founded in 1995, the Torontoniensis Collective has ...
Douglas Gordon: New Works and Off-Site Projects
Douglas Gordon, widely recognized as one of the most important artists of his generation, is best k...
2002 Gold Coast Ulrick Schubert Photographic Art Award
Gold Coast City Art Gallery is delighted to host the inaugural Gold Coast Ulrick Schubert Photograph...
José Clemente Orozco in the United States, 1927-1934
The San Diego Museum of Art is the opening venue for a comprehensive, internationally touring exhibi...
XXX GIRLFRIENDS: Colin Lowe and Roddy Thomson - A Relationship with the Sublime
Far from the delusional fanaticism of having a good idea or the zeal with which a transcendent posi...
The Ansel Adams Centennial: Classic Images and A Portrait of Ansel Adams
The Center for Creative Photography (CCP) at the University of Arizona will present The Ansel Adams ...
A Measure of Reality: Dan Graham, Mona Hatoum, Lizzie Hughes, Richard Long, Robert Morris, Euan Uglow, Gary Woodley
Time, distance, size, speed. From earliest times people have tried to come to terms with the real wo...
Harmsiada: Andrey Chezhin, Curated by Tatiana Salzirn from Moscow
The title Harmsiada comes from the name of two photographic series by Andrey Chezhin (b. 1960) who i...
Space Concept: 26 Works from the Museum moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig
Space Concept is an exhibition selected by Rosa Maria Malet, director of the Joan Miró Foundat...
Baroque Painting in Genoa: The First Exhibition to Be Held in Britain of Genoese Painting
In the 17th century, Genoa enjoyed a great flourishing of the arts. It attracted influential and fam...
The Rijksmuseum Comes to Maastricht: Works from the Southern Netherlands on Loan
The Rijksmuseum and the Bonnefanten Museum are pleased to announce a co-operation agreement. On 12 ...
Elsa Beskow - A Swedish Childhood Picture Treasury
For a large number of Swedes, the first words they read came from Do You Want to ReadNULL a schoolb...
versus: Thomas Raschke vs Abigail Durrant
'versus' is a 3-part exhibition, each presenting 2 different artists. vs brings together 2 artists ...
Platform4_Documenta11 -- Under Siege: Four African Cities, Freetown, Johannesburg, Kinshasa, Lagos
Rather than a generalized and diffuse discussion on cities all over the world, this conference will...
Pidgin: Interrupted Transmission -- A Multimedia Installation by Erika Tan
The dictionary definition of 'pidgin', is a Chinese corruption of the English term 'business', used ...
New Australiana: photomedia exhibition
Lively, up beat and irreverent, New Australiana, a touring show from the Australian Centre for Photo...
LOVE & DEATH: Art in the Age of Queen Victoria
Love & Death brings together some of the most dramatic paintings from late 19th century Britain – wh...
Forum: Jesse Bransford
New-York based artist Jesse Bransford creates large, site-specific paintings that bring together ico...
Photographs By Martin Elkort
From 1946 to 1956 Martin Elkort wandered the streets of New York City photographing people in the b...
Call for Artists: Photograph the Legends & Places of New Mexico's Past and Present
Native American poet N. Scott Momaday remarked that the American West is a place that has to be seen...
Ingrid Koivukangas to be Featured as Resident Artist on ZeD TV
Ingrid Koivukangas has been invited to be the first artist in residence at CBC TV Vancouver for the...
California Holiday: The E. Gene Crain Collection
Since the early 60s, California native and longtime Laguna Beach resident E. Gene Crain has amassed ...
Soundwork 4.0: Craigie Horsfield in Collaboration with Camille Dings, Reinier Rietveld, Mark Ritsema and Rutger Wolfson
Soundwork 4.0 is a four hour long sound installation, consisting of eight audio channels (stereo is ...
ORB, an exhibition by Isolde Krams
ORB is an extension of the work Isolde Krams has undertaken over the last 4 years, consisting of met...
Highlights of the Chengdu Biennale
Chinas contemporary art scene received a formidable boost in 2001 with the premiere of the Chengdu B...
The First Encounter of Latin-America and South Florida Art at the Medici Palace Museum of Seravezza city, Italy
From the 16th until the 31st of March, Florida International University will feature an exhibition ...
Communicative Place: Aya Iguchi, Matias Ring, Julia Schnable
A collaborative exhibition and event project by three artists, which invites the audience to take an...
The Russian Avant-Garde Book, 1910–1934
The Russian Avant-Garde Book, 1910–1934 is prompted by an extraordinary gift to ...
Directions - Ernesto Neto
Directions – Ernesto Neto, featuring a large, amoeba-like sculpture suspended from the ceiling by th...
Earth and Fire: Italian Terracotta Sculpture From Donatello To Canova
A selection of terracotta sculptures by an outstanding range of Italian masters will be on disp...
Zbigniew Libera: Correcting Devices, 1994-2000
Zbigniew Libera, a Polish artist of international renown, provides a spectrum of works inspired by F...
John Bankston: Temptation and Desire
Temptation and Desire presents a selection of John Bankston’s paintings and drawings, companion piec...
Zaha Hadid Laboratory
An exhibition of the current work of the internationally acclaimed architect and designer Zaha Hadid...
The Time of Degas
Thanks to a highly exceptional loan from the Musée d'Orsay in Paris, this exhibition includes 40 mas...
Paintings from The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge
he Fitzwilliam Museum houses the collections of art and antiquities of the University of Cam...
Visions, Vows and That Old Time Religion: Paintings by John Alexander
The McKinney Avenue Contemporary (The MAC) will present Visions, Vows and That Old Time Religion, a...
New Work by Canadian Artist Evan Penny
In his first exhibition to combine photographs with his hyper-realistic sculptures, Canadian artist ...
Alfredo Arreguin: Patterns of Dreams and Nature
Alfredo Arreguin: Patterns of Dreams and Nature, a large-scale retrospective celebrating the work of...
LIFE/size - Mixed media work by selected artists from the Printmakers Council
Organised jointly by PM Gallery and House and the Printmakers Council, LIFE/size provides the opport...
William Cordova: You Shook Me All Night Long
The unravelling and re-assembly of identity has long been urgent business for many artists. One of t...
Eylem Aladogan: Pharmagenic Decline, you won't suffer any harm
Eylem Aladogan: Pharmagenic Decline, you wont suffer any harm is Aladogans first solo exhibition in ...
Christian Boltanski: Les Abonnes du Telephone
For his forthcoming solo show at the SLG, the internationally renowned French artist, Christian Bolt...
Cloudcatcher: Horst Antes and the Shift in Painting during the 1960s
I stretched the figure like a piece of skin across the canvas and painted it right to the e...
Out of the Box: 20th-Century Print Portfolios
This exhibition examines the portfolio as a vital format in ...
Dale Chihuly: Installations
Over the past two decades, internationally acclaimed artist Dale Chihuly has created stunning visi...
Stories: Narrative Structures in Contemporary Art
Telling stories through pictures has been one of art’s most important tasks for centuries. In spite ...
Call for Artists: Residence 2002
Cittadellarte Fondazione Pistoletto has published the official announcement for University of Ideas...
Capital and Karma: Contemporary Art from India
At least since the time when computer experts from India hurt the egos of Central Europe's education...
Pictures of You: Inaki Bonillas, Minerva Cuevas, Mario Garcia-Torres, and Yoshua Okon.
Pictures of You brings together four artworks that call attention to looking, ...
Gwangju Biennale 2002 Opens Today
The theme of the fourth Gwangju Biennale, P_A_U_S_E, focuses primarily on a moment of critical refle...
Common Borders: Casa Blanca, Riverside, and La Frontera
Yolande Andrade, Eniac Martinez, and Todd Bigelow create portraits of the layered communities and cu...
Paul Cadmus: 1904-1999, At Home with an American Master
Paul Cadmus: 1904-1999, At Home with an American Master, will be on exhibit March 24 through Apri...
Position Available: Office Administrator
24 HR Art - Northern Territory Centre for Contemporary Art currently has available the position of ...
Treasures from the Earth
Native Americans living in the southwestern United States, including the Apache, Navajo, and Pueblo ...
Danica Phelps: Artist, Collector, Curator, Spy
LFL Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of new drawings by Danica Phelps called Artist, Coll...
Chng Nai Wee: Moleculux - Luminescent Bodies in Hyperspace
Showcasing luminescent sculptures suspended in space, Chng Nai Wees Moleculux - Luminescent Bodies i...
Can Gravitation be Cancelled: An Artistic Experiment by Monica Sand
In an artistic project by Monica Sand in collaboration with Chalmers Technical University, Gothenbu...
Tom Kemp: No Concept
Imagine watching a performance. Imagine watching a video of that performance. In each case, the rec...
Rosslyn: Country Of Painter And Poet
The legend and intrigue that has surrounded Rosslyn for centuries has been an inspiration for some o...
K. Neil Swanson: Mountain Glory
Mountain Glory is an exhibition for an artist with a unique interpretation of our mountain home. Can...
Cecilia Lundqvist and Magnus Thierfelder
From completely different motives, the art of Cecilia Lundqvist and Magnus Thierfelder challenges th...
God and my Right - logo series: Juliet Lea  and Cube - Cold Comfort: Waratah Lahy
Canberra Contemporary Art Space open two new exhibitions tomorrow: God and my Right - logo series an...
Contemporary Directions: Glass from the Maxine and William Block Collection
An exhibition showcasing recent works in glass, Contemporary Directions: Glass from the Maxine and...
Form Explorations: Musee Atelier Du Verre Sars Poteries France
Glass by Bernard Dejonghe from Musee-atelier du Verre Sars-poteries - In symbiosis with a glass work...
Transmigration: Contemporary Works from 13 Artists
This cross-cultural exhibition combines the art and ideas of thirteen contemporary South African art...
ARTificial Intelligence: Toy and Model Robots, Pulp-fiction Space Adventure Novel Covers, and Other Robot Memorabilia
Tacoma Art Museum (TAM) presents ARTificial Intelligence, an exhibition of toy and model robots, pul...
Matterart: Pauline Burbidge - Textiles, Charles Poulsen - Sculpture
Shire Pottery Gallery and Studios presetns Matterart, a striking exhibition of contrasting materials...
An American in Europe: The Photography Collection of Baroness Jeane von Oppenheim from the Norton Museum of Art
An American in Europe features more than 140 European photographs that trace influential photographi...
Three Women: Early Portraits by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec
This exhibition brings together six portrait paintings by Toulouse-Lautrec for the first time. Openi...
James Webb - Phonosynthesizer
James Webb will create a site-specific sound installation at the US Art Gallery. The installation wi...
Story Telling Narrative Paintings by Debbie Lee
The image of the self as child as Alice, as Snow white, as Dorothy setting out along the yellow bri...
Solid Air - New Work In Glass
Solid Air profiles the innovators and pace-setters of the British glass scene. The artists featured ...
An Hour of Wolf - Nightmare Trilogy: Works by Elizabeth Seigfried
Renowned Toronto photographer, Elizabeth Seigfried, is launching her new exhibition, An Hour of Wold...
Chronicles The South Through The Eyes Of 63 Photographers
The exhibition articulates the genesis and varied inspirations of a musical form through the faculty...
Patrick Pound: The Memory Room
In THE MEMORY ROOM Patrick Pound constructs an elaborate installation involving found images, snapsh...
Now You Don't: Richard Couzins, Christopher Lee and Carly Rogers
Sometimes the answer starts to obscure the question: people falter on the second question in 'Who W...
The Human Body
Is, then, the aliveness of something a ground on which we might wish to banish it as a candidate fo...
Coartadas / Alibis
Coartadas / Alibis provides a critical perspective on Mexican society. Increasing ...
Call for Artists: WINE
The UN Photo Club is the co-organizer of an international slide contest under the patronage of FIA...
Three Exhibitions by Fritha Langerman, Judy Moolenschot, Charl Graebe
The Association For Visual Arts (AVA) at the Metropolitan Gallery, 35 Church Street, Cape Town, pres...
Mosaic: Paintings by Filiz emma Soyak
This exhibition of paintings by FILIZ emma SOYAK is a journey celebrating growth, arrival, ...
Italia Panoramica: Photographs by Peter Sramek
This exhibition at the Carrier Gallery will present panoramic photographs made in Italy between 1998...
The 32 Villas of Andrea Palladio: Watercolors and Drawings by Giovanni Giaconi
Giovanni Giaconi is a designer, an expert in museum merchandising and a skilful surfer. But, most of...
Andrew Lewis: Systems
Andrew Lewis' sculptural work explores the impact of urban systems on everyday lives. Via a mixture...
The Geometry of Seeing: Perspective and the Dawn of Virtual Space
The Geometry of Seeing: Perspective and the Dawn of Virtual Space, an ...
Clearly Thinking: The Sculpture of Peter Ivy and Michael Scheiner
Peter Ivy and Michael Scheiner are among the most recent generation of sculptors to select glass a...
256 Colours: Horton Jennings
Horton Jennings creates works which he describes - my abstract art as a search or struggle (the trut...
Marcelo Brodsky: Buena Memoria
The Gallery of Photography is proud to present the Irish premiere of work by the Argentinian artist...
My America: Exploring and Celebrating the Intersection of World Cultures in the United States
In April, the Skirball Cultural Center will present a new series, My America: Exploring and Celebrat...
Juan Navarro Baldeweg: Plastic Trajectory
This exhibition surveys four decades of the plastic trajectory of Juan Navarro ...
Call for Artists: European Site-Specific Live Arts
Luna Nera is looking for artists and art groups involved in site specific performance and installat...
To Drink the Sky, To Breathe the Sea: Selected Works on Paper by Walter King
Columbus College of Art and Design (CCAD) is proud to present To Drink the Sky, To Breathe the Sea...
Ugunja, Kenya: Picturing Community
A photographic exhibition exploring the strength and special sense of community of Ugunja, a small t...
Conceptual Art (1965_1975) from Dutch and Belgian Collections
Many contemporary artists prefer a focus on processes, social interaction and communication to a f...
Milan in a Van: The best of the Milan Furniture Fair
The exhibition Milan in a Van will bring the hottest international design to the V&A in Spring ...
Vectorial Elevation by Rafael Lozano-Hemmer
The largest installation of interactive art in the world, Vectorial Elevation by Rafael Lozano-Hem...
Bittersweet
As the title suggests, there are mixed emotions at play in this exhibition of seven contemporary Aus...
On the Edge of Your Seat: Popular Theater and Film in Early 20th-Century American Art
American artists in the early decades of the 20th century found rich inspiration in vaudeville halls...
Call for Artists: International Artists' Workshop
Omma Center of Contemporary Art which is located in Hania, Crete Greece is organizing an internatio...
I-5 Resurfacing: Four Decades of California Contemporary Art
This is the second installment of SDMA's ambitious survey of California contemporary art that began ...
The Jennifer Show: Works by 8 Artists Named Jennifer
The common factor linking the work in The Jennifer Show is simple. Ea...
Call for Artists: Horses for Raoul - 2002 Art Competition
Artempresa is hosting its annual competition this year with a themed exhibition of horses - "Horses ...
Oladélé Ajiboyé Bamgboyé: The Hair or the Man, Blink
Thomas Erben is very pleased to present the work of Oladélé Ajiboyé Bamgboyé. Concurrent with his s...
Racetrack
Paekakariki artist Gary Freemantle's painting installation is a meditation on driving, looping in a...
New York: Capital of Photography
From April 28 to September 2, 2002, The Jewish Museum will present a pioneering exhibition chronicli...
Italian Masterpieces From Raphael To Tiepolo
A remarkable exhibition of masterworks of Italian painting by a number of the most celebrated names ...
Michael Hyam: Recent Works
Adam Gallery is pleased to present a solo exhibition of the recent paintings by Michael Hyam.Michael...
Atelier van Lieshout
Atelier van Lieshout's architectural structures and mechanisms for living suggest alternative ways...
Sam Taylor-Wood
This is the first major London showing for Sam Taylor-Wood, an artist at the forefront of contempora...
The Lost Buddhas of Bamiyan: Photographs by Volker
The exhibition contains a set of 30 photographic images capturing the majestic Buddhist sculptures ...
Critical Mass
The Smart Museum of Art presents a special exhibition of new work by Chicago-based artists: one of a...
Simon Fathfull: Dog Ends
Transit Space is pleased to present new work by British artist Simon Faithfull. Faithfull’s recent ...
Stephen Cruise: STOCK
This exhibition is an introduction to Stephen Cruise's sculpture "Stock," which will be permanently...
REINHILD BEUTHER: BEHOLDEN
Reinhild Beuther is a photographer who uses photography as a means to a very specific end. Beholde...
Two Exhibitions to Open: Paintings by Heleen Verwey and Photographs by Paul Weinberg
In the Main Gallery an exhibition of recent paintings by Heleen Verwey is presented. Heleen Verwey i...
PhotoSensitive Unveils AIDS in Africa Project
Seven photojournalists returned from Zambia ten days ago to prepare their exhibition on the ravages ...
Oldenburg and van Bruggen on the Roof
The Metropolitan Museum of Art will mount an open-air d...
Lingo: Works by 17 Artists
ONI Gallery is proud to present LINGO. Curated by Jennifer Schmidt and Mathew Nash, Visiting Facult...
Call for Female Ugandan Artists
The University of California-Berkeley African Studies Center is engaged in an academic exhibition ...
Women Nude: Photographs by Sandra Merritt
At the Focus Gallery, photographs of women nude in the landscape by Sandra Merritt permit an intimat...
Four Exhibitions Open Today as part of CONTACT‚02 Photography Festival
On the evening of May 1, Harbourfront Centre launches four new exhibitions -- Roundabout in York Qu...
Spot the Dog: A Sculpture-based Installation by Raymond Smith
Raymond Smith’s first solo exhibition entitled “Spot the Dog” will be a sculpture-based installation...
Incarceration: Corrie McCluskey Explores Place as a Cultural Artifact
Three Dutch galleries are hosting the international debut of Sonoma County-based social documentary ...
ArtBrussels Celebrates Its 20th Birthday on the International Scene
From 2 to 6 May, ArtBrussels 2002, the international ...
Yikwani:Contemporary Tiwi Ceramics - Reflections of Tiwi Spirituality and Traditions
Indigenous spirituality and the merging of traditional and contemporary hunting practices are explor...
Call for Pop Icons and Elvis Art
Artists are invited to enter "Visions of Elvis, and other Pop Cultural Icons of the 50's, 60's and 7...
Viva la Republique! Pagan Images of the Last Queen of the British Isles by her Indigenous Subjects
Bringing together for the first time seminal graphic and fine artists in a show to mark the Golden J...
Beyond Reason: Paintings and Monoprints by Mark Spencer
Mark Spencer’s dream-like paintings and monotypes are seductive in their rich suggestiveness. His ev...
More of the National Art Collection Displayed at Te Papa
The latest in an ongoing series of exhibitions that display the national art collection opens at Te ...
Greuze the Draftsman
This exhibition is the first devoted exclusively to the drawings of Jean-Baptiste Greuze (1725 - 180...
Celebrating Visual Artists Living or Working in the Lambeth Area
The Vauxhall Open is a celebration of visual artists living or working in ...
Three Brisbane Artists: Judith Wright, Daniel Templeman, Paul Bai
For the months of May and June the Institute of Modern Art brings together three Brisbane artists. S...
Natural History: Group Show
The Natural History Museum has been around for years in various states and forms. From Cabinets of C...
Summer Workshops to be Held in Europe and New York
This summer's Creativity Workshops will focus on: creative writing, drawing, storytelling and person...
Two Exhibitions of Painting to Open: Heike Davies and Claude Bouscharain
The Association For Visual Arts (AVA) at the Metropolitan Gallery, 35 Church Street, Cape Town, is h...
Fabric of Vision: Dress and Drapery in Painting
This unique exhibition looks at the ways artists from the Renaissance to the 20th century have used ...
Design for Stage and Screen: The Worlds of John Iacovelli
Emmy-award winning production designer John Iacovelli provides a glimpse into his world of "dreams a...
Enrico Castellani Work from 1958 – 1970
Kettle’s Yard is delighted to announce the first UK show by one of Italy’s major post-war artists. ...
The Bold and The Beautiful
The Bold and The Beautiful is a big show of fourteen international artists living in London. The Bol...
Elif Uras: The Ladder
Elif Uras makes paintings of emotional and intellectual ...
The Best Way to View the Past is to Invent it...Alternity by Steven Cook
Steven Cook is an artist who works with digital media and photography. His latest series of work Alt...
Changing Places: Lara Almarcegui, Per Hasselberg and Józef Robakowski
Index presents Changing Places, a group exhibition showing various perspectives regarding the proces...
Max Chiwei Liu (1911-2002)
The artist died on Friday 12 April 2002 at the age of 92, only one month before the opening of his e...
Design Workshops in France
In cooperation with the Centre George Pompidou, Paris, and the Centre International de Recherche et ...
Forgetfulness and Thunder: A Mixed-Media Installation by David LeMay
David LeMay’s mesmerising installation explores the conjunction of memory, family and landscape. Thi...
Uncommon Legacies: Native American Art from the Peabody Essex Museum
The exhibition is organized by the American Federation of Arts and the Peabody Essex Museum. Showca...
Keith Haring: Heaven and Hell
The American painter, graphic artist, and scu...
Two New Exhibitions: Dressed for Life and PCA Group Show
Pittsburgh Center for the Arts is pleased to announce the simultaneous opening of two new exhibition...
SHOOT! Interactive Photography Exhibition Launches Saturday
The Museum of New Art (MONA) will present a photography exhibition in which the museum visitor bec...
L.O.V.E - A Brand New Show from the Independent Photographers Agency Growbag
Love is in the air as procreate(TM) and The AOP Gallery present L.O.V.E - a brand new show from the ...
Adrian: American Glamour
The Costume Institute will celebrate one of America's most distinguished ...
Jim Dine Prints: 1985-2000
A major retrospective of recent prints by one of the greatest artists of the twentieth century and p...
MatissePicasso
Matisse Picasso at Tate Modern brings together major masterpieces by the two giants of m...
Facing the Light: The Photography of Hill and Adamson
The bicentenary of one of the world‘s greatest photographic pioneers is celebrated with a ...
(The World May Be) Fantastic.
The Biennale of Sydney 2002, the southern hemisphere's largest festival of contemporary art, beams i...
Johannes Phokela Re-Working Iconic Images
Johannes Phokela re-works iconic images by European 'Old Masters', including Rubens, Bruegel, Jorda...
Homo ludens. Art at play: You and I by Thomas Huber
The Joan Miró Foundation’s next exhibition is "You and I" by Thomas Huber, part of the "Homo ludens....
Flux Capacitor Avatars Presented by Over 20 Performing and Visual Artists
Catching the energy generated during the weekend of the Bay to Breakers, dynamic Capacitor lights up...
Glass Behind the Iron Curtain: Czech Design, 1948-1978
The Corning Museum of Glass opens Glass Behind the Iron Curtain: Czech Des...
Call for Artists: Intenational Festival of Postmodern Ceramics
The International Festival of Postmodern Ceramics is the international ceramics exhibition being ...
Lee Bul: Live Forever
Lee Bul's futuristic installation involves video projection and three fully functional, soundproof k...
Sem Saudade: Contemporary Art by Canadians of Portuguese Heritage - Teresa Ascençao, Marie de Sousa, Miguel Rocha and Joe Lima
"Sem saudade" (pronounced "sem so-dawd") roughly translates from Portuguese to mean "without regret...
Larry Rivers: Art and the Artist
The first comprehensive international retrospective of Larry Rivers’ art, Larry Rivers: Art and the ...
Treasures from the Royal Tombs of Ur
This exhibition of 425 excavated Sumerian artifacts from the renowned Royal Cemetery at Ur, dating f...
Cont(r)act by Nadia Myre
Cont(r)act by Nadia Myre circulates between the verbal or physical object which is a contract, and ...
Kangaroo and Map: An Advertisement for Australia
A historic exhibition exploring Australia’s struggle between past and present as illustrated through...
Concrete Ideas
While concrete may be considered by many to be a A "low-brow" material, it is for this very reason ...
Swell: Montreal Artist Stephen Schofield
Swell, by Montreal artist Stephen Schofield, started from a single drawing of a wind-whipped clothes...
Sam Durant: MATRIX 147
Los Angeles-based artist Sam Durant will have his first solo museum exhibition in MATRIX 147 at the ...
Andrzej Klimowski: Day for Night
Shire Pottery Gallery and Studios is delighted to confirm an extraordinary commitment from one of Eu...
Americanos: Latino Life in the United States
Americanos: Latino Life in the United States presents 120 contemporary photographs by 32 of the nati...
Joseph Nechvatal - vOluptuary : An Algorithic Hermaphornology
Universal Concepts Unlimited announces the opening of new media pioneer Joseph Nechvatals exhibition...
Dan Flavin Art Institute: Two Decades of Flavin's Work
The Dan Flavin Art Institute, in Bridgehampton, New York, opens for its summer 2002 season on May 23...
Qing Hua Porcelain (blue and white): An Exhibition by XU TAN
Location One is pleased to announce artist-in-residence Xu Tan’s forthcoming debut solo exhibition....
25 Years of Leading British Couturier: Catherine Walker
The Victoria & Albert Museum will celebrate 25 years of one of Britain's leading couturiers, Catheri...
Motifs of Time: Mississippi Artists Invitational
The exhibition Motifs of Time: Mississippi Artists Invitational will open on Thursday, May 23, at t...
Melange and Permuted Post-its(R): An Exhibition of Two- and Three-Dimensional Works by Corine Borgnet
Corine Borgnet was born in France and has been living in New York City for the last 10 years. In 19...
Call for Artists: 2002 Vermont Studio Center/Christopher Reeve Paralysis Foundation Fellowships
The Vermont Studio Center (VSC) is pleased to announce the availability of three month-long Residen...
Anne Noble: States of Grace
Long recognised as a major figure in New Zealand photography, Wellington artist Anne Noble has in th...
Uncommon Denominator: New Art from Vienna
Perhaps no city in Europe today rivals Vienna for the vibrancy and complexity of its emerging arts ...
Andy Warhol Retrospective
Andy Warhol Retrospective is the first comprehensive exhibition of the work of Andy Warhol (1928-1...
Grace Knowlton: A Two-part Exhibition
From May 26 through August 18, 2002 the Neuberger Museum of Art will feature Grace Knowlton, a two-p...
Call for Artists: Finding Georgia O'Keeffe - Photographing the Painter‚s Landscape
The New Mexico Photography Field School is pleased to announce the FINDING GEORGIA O‚KEEFFE photogr...
Tableaux Vivants: Living Pictures and Attitudes in Photography, Film, and Video
Tableaux Vivants (Living pictures), re-enacted paintings and sculptures, both historical and ...
Museums for a New Millennium: Concepts, Projects, Buildings
ontemporary museum architecture is the focus of the exhibition Museums for a New Millennium: Concept...
Esther Shalev-Gerz: Geht Dein Bild mich an- Does Your Image Reflect Me- Est-ce que ton image me regarde-
The Sprengel Museum Hannover has invited Esther Shalev-Gerz to develop one of her projects ...
Terence Donovan: The Eye That Never Sleeps
"The eye that never sleeps" is the phrase used by the family of Terence Do...
Dutch Drawings of the Golden Age
Dutch Drawings of the Golden Age, an exhibition that celebrates the flourishing ...
The Eyes of History: The US' Most Distinguished Photojournalists
The Eyes of History, on view from May 29-July 29 and in its second year at the Corcoran, showcases t...
My Queen Elizabeth: 50 Prizewinning Entries from the CBBC 'Blue Peter' Golden Jubilee Portrait Competition
In partnership with CBBC 'Blue Peter', this special Golden Jubilee exhibition will show the 50 prize...
Three Exhibitions at the Metropolitan Gallery: Godfrey Setti, Masha du Toit and John Murray
The Association For Visual Arts (AVA) at the Metropolitan Gallery, 35 Church Street, Cape Town, pres...
Remix: Contemporary Art and Pop
Remix is a visually and aurally dynamic exhibition, creating unexpected multi-layered connections be...
Ryszard Litwiniuk: Structures
On May 30th the Art Gallery of Mississauga will open an exciting exhibit of sculptures by Mississaug...
Call for Artists: 2002 Contempora Fellowship Award for Australian Visual Arts
A new fellowship award for Australian visual artists will be offered at the Ian Potter Centre in th...
The 2002 Archibald Prize - Wynne and Sulman Prizes and Dobell Drawing Prize
Always Australia’s most extraordinary art event, the Archibald Prize, now in its 81st year, is one o...
Within: Steven Royster
Kuranda artist Steven Royster invites visitors to explore their sense of spirituality at his new exh...
Designing Oakland
Once a neighborhood of wealthy residents who wished to escape the city's pollution and overcrowding...
Gaudi's Universe: One of the Central Exhibitions of the Year of Gaudi
The Centre de Cultura Contemporania de Barcelona (CCCB) and the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina...
Marti Friedlander: Photographs
This is the first comprehensive survey exhibition of photographs by Marti ...
Call for Artists: International Paris/Berlin Festival
The International Paris/Berlin festival is a transdisciplinary action, favoring contemporary creati...
Neo Rauch: Winner or The Vincent van Gogh Biennial Award for Contemporary Art in Europe
The German painter Neo Rauch (Leipzig, 1960), winner of the second edition of The Vincent van Gogh B...
Lei Cox: A Solo Show
This is the first major solo exhibition of the work of LEI ...
Almost Home: New England Area Photographers
Almost Home presents the work of New England area photographers exploring the human connection to do...
Hans Josephsohn: Sculptures
Josephsohn’s Zurich atelier is unexpectedly hidden between two new blocks of flats, surrounded by a ...
Philip Guston's Caricatures of Richard Nixon
In 1971, during a re-election year, Philip Guston (1913-1980) created a series of caricatures of P...
Per Huttner: About Weddings and Commodities
Raid Projects is proud to present Swedish artist Per Huttner's first solo exhibition in Los Angele...
Call for Artists: 'JUNK LOVE' Art and Design Competition
Junk Love is on again for the third year running and Reverse Garbage is calling for entries. Reve...
Havana: The Revolutionary Moment - Photographs by Burt Glinn
Havana: The Revolutionary Moment presents a unique collection of rarely seen photographs by veteran ...
Bill Viola: Something Above, Beyond, Below, Beneath
Motion and mysticism are the topic of Tacoma Art Museum’s (TAM) first video exhibition. Bill Viola: ...
Someone Must Have Been Telling Lies: David Humphrey, Christian Jankowski, David Blandy, Jordan Baseman, David Burrows
Narrative in contemporary art is back with a vengeance in a group exhibition curated by Ceri Hand, a...
Archigram: Experimental Architecture 1961-1974 - Warren Chalk, Peter Cook, Dennis Crompton, David Greene, Ron Herron and Michael Webb
In celebration of its 30th anniversary, Plug In ICA is proud to present Archigram, British design p...
Summer Site-Specific Installations: Jenny Lynn McNutt, Megan McLarney, Tricia McLaughlin and Mark Shunney
Florence Lynch Gallery is pleased to present our annual Summer Site-Specific Installations curated b...
Surface Tension: Works by Anselm Kiefer
This exhibition of nine photographically based works, primarily from the 1980s, is drawn from the co...
Naofumi Maruyama: Paintings
Thomas Erben is very pleased to present the first exhibition of the Japanese painter Naofu...
Half Past Autumn: The Art of Gordon Parks,
YONKERS, NY April 17, 2002 - The work of renowned American artist, and master of many media, Gordon ...
Black Fluffy Clouds: David Hatcher
In his recent work, New Zealand artist David Hatcher performs an independent analysis of visual re...
Call for Artists: Third Public Sculpture Competition for the City of Cape Town
The Association for Visual Arts (AVA), in collaboration with the J.K. Gross Trust, is launching the ...
Snowflake
The installation SnowFlake is comprised of a collection of several thousand hand-cut paper snowfla...
Cammino a Roma, Photographs by David Franck
In his urban series, artist David Franck seeks out the illusory, fiction-building power of photogra...
Variable Dimensions in Working Practice
The newly opened, purpose-designed Castlefield Gallery presents the conclusion of five recent comm...
Frank Moore:  Green Thumb in a Dark Eden
The exhibition includes both paintings and works on paper that focus on various aspects of the garde...
Pop Life
31Grand is pleased to present Pop Life featuring a diverse group of international artists dealing w...
Fine lines
Maria Marshall’s photographs and hypnotic large-scale video projections are inspired by a child-like...
Above and Beyond
ABOVE AND BEYOND presents the imagined worlds of 6 artists – three from Berlin and three from London...
Offworld Behavior: John White Cerasulo
Based on graphic video games, a new generation of artists are bringing a digital aesthetic to the fo...
Watermelon Flats 1987+15: The BBAP Board Show
Fifteen years ago, from May 30, to July 26 1987, 27 Houston artists launched a revolution. After bei...
Art 33 Basel: The Center of the International Art World
From June 12 to 17, 2002, Art 33 Basel, the world's leading art show and the annual meeting place of...
The Arch Rival of Verbal Communication
Five young artists explore the dynamics of social protocol as they exist and develop within contempo...
National Marketing Expert Geoffrey Gorman Meeting With Artists and Arts Organizations in Europe
Marketing expert and workshop leader Geoffrey Gorman will be traveling to Europe and meeting with ar...
Billy Apple: Towards the Centre
In 1979, Billy Apple embarked on a series of works that subtracted volume from New Zealand gallery s...
Barry Freedland: Painting Machine
Barry Freedland will exhibit Painting Machine for his first solo exhibition at Mobius. The idea of p...
The Renwick Invitational: Four Discoveries in Craft
The Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian American Art Museum pays tribute to the work of four contempo...
Cooking the Books: Ron King and Circle Press
Ron King and his Circle Press have been making beautiful and creatively significant books for the pa...
Call for Artists: Eiteljorg Fellowship for Native American Fine Art 2003
For the third time, the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art in Indianapolis will aw...
The Japanese Journey: 'Traveling Images’ of Edo-period Japan
Hanford, California: At a time when nearly one hundred Japanese masterpieces from the Lee Institute ...
Design for Children: Playgrounds by Aldo van Eyck and presentation of Furniture and Toys
Withe this exhibition the Stedelijk Museum devotes attention to a subject until now too little inves...
Family Life and Avant-Garde: Sigrid Hjerten and Isaac Grünewald
In their day they met with often harsh and unsparing criticism. They were subject to prejudice: Sigr...
Masters of the American Watercolor
The Columbia Museum of Art is organizing an exhibition of 11 works from the large and prestigious co...
Carlos Mollura: Inflated Interventions
The inflated sculpture of Argentine-born, Los Angeles-based artist, Carlos Mollura will be found in ...
Call for Entries - Albury Art Prize 2002, Works on Paper
The Albury Regional Art Gallery invites artists to submit work for the 2002 FLEMING MUNTZ ALBURY AR...
Connecting Museums: One of the First Manifestations of the Guggenheim-Hermitage-Kunsthistorisches Collaboration
The alliance established in 2001 between the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, The State Hermitage M...
Gauguin in New York Collections: The Lure of the Exotic
For the first time in more than 40 years, 19th–century French artist Paul Gauguin is the subject of ...
Carr, O'Keeffe, Kahlo: Places of Their Own
For the first time in western Canada, this exhibition brings together the work of Emily Carr, Georgi...
No Man's Land: The Photographs of Lynne Cohen
This major exhibition is the first comprehensive examination of Lynne Cohen’s photographic work, fro...
Animals and Birds: The Artist's Favorite Theme
"People ask me 'why paint birds?' and I look at them dumbfounded! Iive got no answer, except that t...
Bombs Away: Works by Five New Zealand Artists
Bombs Away is an exhibition of five New Zealand artists: Megan Adams, Tony de Lautour, Fiona Jack, ...
Open City: Street Photographs since 1950
"Open City: Street Photographs since 1950" is an exhibition of 140 works by 19 international artists...
Living in Afghanistan
Afghanistan is a multicultural society that includes many diverse ethnic groups. Unfortunately, rece...
Connie Samaras: 2002 Adaline Kent Award Exhibition, Angelic States - Event Sequence
This summer the Walter and McBean Galleries will exhibit a group of photographs by Los Angeles base...
Jerry Uelsmann / Maggie Taylor: Other Realities
The Laurence Miller Gallery is pleased to present Jerry Uelsmann / Maggie Taylor: Other Realities, ...
Two Wired Women: Sue Gollifer and Cynthia Beth Rubin
Two international artists, known for digital prints are exhibiting in Novosirbsk, Siberia, from June...
Fassih Keiso: Skins - A Multi-media Installation and Projection
24HR Art is transformed into a wild Middle Eastern disco for the multi-media installation and projec...
Jana Sterbak: I Can Hear You Think
Jana Sterbak, who was born in Prague in 1955 and emigrated to Canada in 1968, lives and works today ...
Outer and Inner Space Exhibition: Jane and Louise Wilson, Stasi City
The final segment of the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts’ three-part video-art exhibition opens with...
Marlene Dumas: Name No Names
The Marlene Dumas exhibition Name no Names has been organized by the Centre Pompidou, Musée national...
Y E S YOKO ONO
YES YOKO ONO offers the first comprehensive reevaluation of Ono’s work, exploring her position withi...
Call for Artist: Participants Needed for Grand Opening
On the 1st of September, a unique occasion in the very heart of Europe will bring together internati...
One Thousand Words: Storytelling Images from Cultures Around the World
Storytelling, arguably the oldest of the arts, is explored in the John Michael Kohler Arts Center ex...
Pasta: Italian Culture on a Plate
Pasta: Italian Culture on a Plate, a visually rich and evocative exhibition which demonstrates the i...
From Mickey to the Grinch: Art of the Animated Film
The Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum welcomes 20th century film legends to Wausau when "From Mickey t...
Dave Muller: Posters and Three Day Weekend
Dave Muller, known as a dynamic and multitalented force in the Los Angeles art scene, is the subject...
The IBIS Project: Early Computer-Assisted Art in the Northwest
The IBIS Project: Early Computer-Assisted Art in the Northwest features prints made by eight Northwe...
Call for Artists: A Global Arts and Film Project
The concept of the project is a simple one, but offers huge scope for all concerned. We aim to have...
Grime: Conceptualised and curated by Retha Erasmus
The project, of which CLEAN formed the first part, was originally conceived as a dual/two-pronged ex...
Out of Site: A Group Show of Fictional Architectural Spaces
Out of Site is a group exhibition featuring fictional architectural spaces and topographies that ref...
Photography from Australia and New Zealand: Special Curated by Alison Holland
Sothebys.com brings together for the first time an impressive collection of 200 contemporary photogr...
Cinema India: The Art of Bollywood
Bollywood comes to the V&A this summer with the first ever major exhibition of posters and hoardings...
Stunning Still Lifes by Anne Vallayer-Coster, Foremost 18th-Century Painter in Court of Marie-Antoinette
Anne Vallayer-Coster: Painter to the Court of Marie-Antoinette is the first significant exhibition t...
Primal Instinct: Tony Sweeting
Concerned with pattern, structure and abstraction, Tony Sweeting’s paintings are derived from micros...
Alex Katz: The Complete Woodcuts and Linocuts, 1951-2001
Alex Katz titled Alex Katz: The Complete Woodcuts and Linocuts, 1951-2001 is devoted to the woodcut ...
Call for Papers: Inclusivity - A Challenge for Public Art and Urban Design
This Conference, organized by the Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of Lisbon in the framework ...
Tamara Gayer: Urbanics
One can physically feel an optical flickering in all of Tamara Gayers work. She posits two viable an...
Flock by Aernout Mik
"Flock" by Aernout Mik will bring to an end the Homo ludens. Art at play cycle selected by Grazia Qu...
Moving Pictures: Woork in Photography, Film, and Video
The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum presents Moving Pictures, an exhibition of approximately 150 works ...
Ver-de-ga: Xue Song Fashion Series Works, Solo Exhibition
“Ver-de-ga” is thoroughly Shanghai local dialect and means “irrelevance”. However, Xue Song is inter...
Hello My Name Is... Introduces Young Artists Through Self-Portraits
Hello My Name Is..., an exhibition that introduces a group of emerging international artists throug...
Liliane Lijn: Light and Memory
Promoted and organised by the Municipality of Umbertide, sponsored by the Region of Umbria, and the ...
Visions from America: Photographs from the Whitney Museum of American Art, 1940-2000
Beginning June 27, 2002, the Whitney Museum of American Art will present its first full-scale exhibi...
Kettle's Yard Open 2002
Visitors will find some of the most exciting new art in the eastern region in this year's Kettle'...
David Goldblatt: Fifty-one Years
This exhibition, produced and organized by the Museu d'Art Contemporani de Barcelona (MACBA), is the...
The Perception of Appearance: A Decade of Contemporary American Figure Drawing
The Perception of Appearance features over 100 works by more than fifty contemporary figurative arti...
Sculpture Now: Works by Seven Contemporary Artists
The Palm Beach Institute of Contemporary Art (PBICA) is pleased to announce SCULPTURE NOW running t...
Beau Geste : Abstract Paintings in Torroella di Montgri
The contemporary art space Michael Dunev Art Projects in Torroella de Montgrí (Girona, Spain) is ple...
Henrik Hakansson: Comments on Spring
The coming of spring is heralded by more than just bird song and couples falling in love. On the eve...
diversion: 23 Artists' Reflexions of the Museum of Garden History
Following their own practice, the 23 artists present new work drawing from the contents and commenti...
Star Spangled Colour: Marty Walsh
Marty Walsh, International American artist, takes part in two projects from Belfast N.Ireland in Jul...
Different Russians: Photographs by Pavel Antonov
Most of the portraits that Pavel Antonov creates are Russian writers, musicians, artists who immigra...
Summer Flowers: Works by Masatomo Kuriya, Tom Baril & Asaf Romano
Vision/Neil Folberg Gallery presents Summer Flowers: Works by Masatomo Kuriya, Tom Baril & Asaf Roma...
Call for Artists: 2002 International Art Contest
Theme is open and digital art is eligible providing that the majority of the components are created ...
VIOLENCE: A Pulse Project (2002), Curated by Greg Streak, Durban Portion of a National Project - VIOLENCE / SILENCE
The exhibition Violence will take place at the NSA Gallery in Durban and Silence will take place in ...
Serenity: Oil Painting by Barbara Januszkiewicz
The Art League Gallery (Located in the Torpedo Factory) , will be exhibiting Barbara Januszkiewicz'...
Female Artists: Svenska Glasakademin Sweden
Svenska glasakademin is an association of glass artists totally independent of the glass industry. T...
SELF: Contemporary Indian Video Art
India, a country steeped in many traditions is not well known for its video and new media art. Yet ...
Pattern Crazy: Curated by Carol McNicoll and Jacqui Poncelet
Experience an explosion of pattern in Pattern Crazy, the first major UK show to bring together a wid...
Call for Artists: The Impact of Information and Communication Technology on Cities
On September 26, 2002 the first Trimester of the Bauhaus Kolleg DOT.CITY will start. Apply now for...
The Inner Light: Sculpture by Stanislav Libensky´ and Jaroslava Brychtová
The Museum of Glass will open its doors on July 6 with an exhibition of the monumental work of Stani...
Gustave Le Gray, Photographer
The J. Paul Getty Museum opens July 9th the largest exhibition ever held in the United States of Gus...
James Tovey: East Hill
East Hill is a ridge that lies between Ottery St Mary and the coastal resort of Sidmouth, Devon. T...
Transit Projects: Survival L.A.
Transit Projects: Survival L.A. explores the thematic concept of "survival" as it relates to issue...
One Touch of Nature: An Environmental Artwork Exhibition
One Touch of Nature is the first of what the organizers hope will be an annual event. Inspired by ...
Call for Artists: Paris/Berlin International Meetings
Paris/Berlin International Meetings is an interdisciplinary event, favourizing contemporary creatio...
Blaschkas’ Glass Aquarium
The exquisite glass sea-creatures of a 19th century German glassmaker and his son are to go on show ...
Eight Nordic Stories
Until relatively recently, whenever we talked about Nordic art we tended to associate it to topics l...
Torero: Matadors from Colombia, Mexico, Peru and Spain
Throckmorton Fine Art is pleased to announce, TORERO, an exhibition of black and white photographs o...
Homage to Dresden - Moments of Rapture: Martin Leyer-Pritzkow Curates Photographs by Edy Brunner
Images of a city between inertia and hope - this is the theme of the exhibition "Dresden - Panoramaf...
Photography Exhibition, Aeric Moskowitz
For this Photography Exhibition, Aeric Moskowitz will be displaying a series showcasing the intricat...
Call for Artists: e-Media Gallery calling for for NET ART WORKS, CD-ROM & DVD
CCP is currently calling for works for exhibition in its e-Media Gallery for late 2002 and 2003. Est...
Xu Zhongmin: City of Dreams
Art U is pleased to present the first solo exhibition in Japan of the work of China-born London art...
!Avant-Gardes!
Art-historical interest in the avant-garde has concentrated up to now on just a few geographical cen...
Retro Hand-Printed Textiles; a Visual Remembrance from the Studios of Katherine Westphal and Ed Rossbach
This summer for the first time, the Design Museum at University of California, Davis will be open to...
Leah Gilliam: Agenda for a Landscape
In an event emblematic of the global cultural fascination with outer space, tens of millions of view...
Findings: The Jewelry of Ramona Solberg
Ramona Solberg, internationally recognized for jewelry that is "as personable and vigorous as she", ...
Dream Street: W. Eugene Smith's Pittsburgh Photographs
Dream Street: W. Eugene Smith's Pittsburgh Photographs, an exhibition of work by one of the 20th cen...
Time Works Sent by Artists through the World Wide Web:Time Works sent by artists to the World Wide Web: WWW.RT-IT.COM
Internet is a new medium and its path of practice is not yet paved... only time will tell what futur...
The Romantic Johan Christian Dahl
Johan Christian Dahl (1788-1857) from Bergen in Norway was the most important Romantic painter in Dr...
Gloss
Gloss is an Australia-Japan Exhibition and Magazine Project featuring an ongoing series of multi-sit...
From the Heart: Tattoo Artwork by Paul Hannon (aka Spike)
Spike is an internationally renowned, award winning artist who has dedicated his career to the promo...
Ground Zero
Ground Zero, an exhibition of post 911 art, will be on display from July 13th to August 24th 2002 a...
Ten Tips for Success - Join Geoffrey Gorman for this FREE one hour teleclass!
Ten Tips for Success, Wednesday, July 17 at 3PM Eastern Standard Time. *Teleclass Synopsis* - Artis...
From The Pages Of Our Minds: S’thembiso Shongwe and S’thembiso Sibis
The exhibition is entitled "From The Pages Of Our Minds". It is a two-artist exhibition by painters ...
FNB Vita Art Prize Exhibition
The FNB Vita Art Prize 2002, a major annual event on the visual art calendar, opens on July 13 at th...
Directions--Ron Mueck
The exhibition is the artists first museum solo show and marks the return of the popular Untitled (...
Light
This display of some 20 paintings is curated jointly by the National Gallery and the Laing Art Galle...
Puvis de Chavannes
The exhibition unites the National Gallerys version of Puvis de Chavannes ‘Beheading of Saint John t...
Liverpool Memories: The Photographs of Stewart Bale Ltd.
The photographs of Stewart Bale Ltd provide a unique record of life in Liverpool from the 1930s to ...
Dream House
Six Wellington architects are invited to design their 'dream house'. Beyond this the brief is open....
Stella Bowen: Art, Love and War
Stella Bowen: Art, Love & War showcases 70 of this important artists most significant works spanning...
Sam Abell: The Photographic Life
In a thirty-five year career as a photographer, Sam Abell has traveled throughout the world document...
A Good Impression: A Century of Printmaking in San Diego
A new exhibition titled A Good Impression: A Century of Printmaking in San Diego surveys some of the...
Reverence: Concepts of the Sacred in Contemporary Art
Art and the sacred have a long intertwined history. Religion and spirituality have been poignant s...
Doing Time In Detroit
An exhibiting artist since the late 1980's, Kai Kim has been painting and creating installations in...
As a Satellite Space: La Panadería
As a Satelite Space is a new initiative of the Visual Arts Department of The Americas Society. This ...
Fifth Annual Emerge 2002 Showcasing Promising Local Talent in the Visual Arts
Gen Art SF, a non-profit organization dedicated to increasing the exposure of Bay Area emerging arti...
The Book Corner: Britain’s Print Industry
The British Council is celebrating the best of new British publication design in The Book Corner, a ...
Vessel: Works with the Image, Theme and Shape of a Vessel
From stoneware pots to the still-life cornucopia, the vessel/container is one of the most commonly...
Engineering Services for Artists: Custom Programmed Light, Motion, Sound or Video
ART TEC a business operated by electronic artist Guy Marsden serves the needs of artists who need c...
Jeff Koons : Easyfun - Ethereal
With his stated artistic intention to "communicate with the masses," Koons draws from the visual lan...
[phage] Digital Artist Mary Flanagan
Digital artist Mary Flanagan is also a multimedia producer and teacher, who is currently an Assistan...
Gisele Freund: The World And My Camera
With this exhibition devoted to Gisèle Freund (Berlin, 1908 – Paris, 2000), the CCCB presents Spain’...
Pass Me The Butterfly
Pass me the butterfly features work in a variety of media that makes interventions into the world t...
Modified Terrain: Patricia Piccinini and Christopher Langton
From the 25th of July until the 31st of August the IMA will present the work of Patricia Piccinini ...
Simryn Gill: Selected Work
The 258 photographs that form Dalam, (Malay for deep; inside; interior), are the outcome of Simryn G...
xs to XL: Filipino Artists Expanding Art
If you think bringing in a sculpture exhibition to Singapore means importing huge and heavy blobs of...
Goldsmith Carine Terreblanche
Goldsmith Carine Terreblanche, in the long gallery, a one-time Jewellery Design lecturer at Stellenb...
Surf Culture: The Art History of Surfing
Is surfing a cultural activity? The connection between art and surfing reaches back 3,000 years to P...
Ben Nicholson: Chasing Out Something Alive'
This summer Kettles Yard brings together two opposite but complementary aspects of Ben Nicholsons m...
Watching Paint Dry
A unique opportunity to see a complete unedited view of the working lives of three influential artis...
Third Annual San Francisco Photographic Print Exposition at Herbst Pavilion, Fort Mason Center
Sixty-five galleries and private dealers from the U.S and Europe will present the finest photographi...
William Kentridge: First American Retrospective
The first American retrospective of this internationally acclaimed artist from South Africa includes...
Ben Woodeson: Window Pain Project II, Picadilly Radio
Ben Woodeson took over the Bowieart window at Tower Records, Piccadilly on 25 July with an installat...
Call for Artists: 2002 National Small Works Painting Exhibition
The Avenue Art Gallery extends the opportunity to visual artists residing in the United States to sh...
Call for Artists: Studio Exchange Munich - Los Angeles, January to March 2003
Raid Projects submitted the following information on behalf of an artist curator from Munich who is ...
Call to Artists: 3B Abstract - International Exhibition
The International Visual Art Community Center is organizing a competition which will cummulate with ...
Painting on the Edge: The Art of William Beckman
A selection of direct and challenging portraits and landscapes by contemporary artist William Beckma...
VIRGINS: The Staging of the Artist as the Work Itself
Setting up camp in the NSA Gallery for a three-week period, artist/filmmaker Aryan Kaganof will be p...
Architectural Optics
The d>ART02 INSTALLATION at the Experimental Art Foundation includes Throw by Mari Velonaki and The ...
BioFeel: A New Breed of Artist
A new breed of artist has migrated from studio to laboratory to explore the new palette biological a...
Johannesburg Art City
Johannesburg will host the world's largest outdoor art gallery when the "JHB ART CITY" visual arts e...
Liquid City: Work by Frank Rodick
Frank Rodick will exhibit his series of photographs, entitled Liquid City, at the Encuentros Abierto...
Ghost Towns
Ghost Towns comes at the end of Los Angeles based Pae White’s three week period as the Govett-Brewst...
The Best Workmanship, the Finest Materials: Prayer Carpets from the Islamic World
With a distinctive design and relatively uniform size, the prayer carpet (sajjãda in Arabic) ranks a...
Third Sex: Work by George Chakravarthi
Award-winning artist George Chakravarthi directs, choreographs and performs in work that explores hi...
GIGANTIC: Sculpture by Tim Reitenbach
Titled GIGANTIC the show is comprised of several large-scale installations by Tim Reitenbach - ea...
Lightplay: Work by John Fieldhouse
Back home from a year working abroad, one of our regions best painters in watercolours, John Fieldho...
Call for Artists: 6th Bauhaus Kolleg DOT.CITY 2002/2003
On September 26, 2002 the first Trimester of the Bauhaus Kolleg DOT.CITY will start. Apply now for ...
Call for Entries: Three Juried Exhibitions
Woman Made Gallery (WMG) conducts eight annual group exhibitions which explore a wide variety of the...
Open
The AOP Open is as it sounds - an open competition for anyone with a love of photography. Now in it...
Architecture of Time: Works by Hiroshi Sugimoto
World-leading photographer Hiroshi Sugimoto receives the first major solo showcase of his work in t...
Israel in Crisis Exhibit: 20 Years of Israeli Art, 1980-2000
Los Angeles - Some of Israel's best artists are now featured at The Jewish Federation's Bell Family...
Call for Artists: Brave Destiny
Join the Brave Destiny of the imaginative spirit in surreal, surreal/conceptual, visionary, fantasti...
Works on Paper by Konstantin Gneushev
The second artist to be given a one-man show at the new Ikra Gallery in London’s Mayfair will be Kon...
Pioneering Toledo Designers Have Profound Impact on 20th Century Design
Toledo Designs explores the role Toledo’s designers and workforce played in the development of moder...
Willie Bester: 15 Years
In the course of the 1990s, Western Cape artist, Willie Bester, witnessed a meteoric rise to interna...
Manual: FACT's National Touring Exhibition
FACTs national touring exhibition, Manual, the first two-person show of filmmakers Christoph Girarde...
There is Art in Your Future: The Fortune Cookie Show
San Francisco, July 12, 2002: Fifteen local artists interpret the wisdom found in fortune cookies t...
ArtExpo: Bari
ArtExpo is an international art event. Its objective is to use new technologies to globalize the lan...
Email Art
The Centre of Attention presents Email Art, a contemporary art electronic exhibition starting Augu...
Chris Nau and Nancy Murphy Spicer
Chris Nau and Nancy Murphy Spicer work directly on the gallery wall to create  large  scale poured ...
AsianLens Presents: August 2002 Photo Exhibit
AsianLens is pleased to present “August 2002 Photo Exhibit,” an exhibition of photographs by twelve...
The Jokes on Us
This August at the Deluxe Gallery, Hoxton Square, Anna Lewis and Robert Urquhart present The Jokes ...
Call for Artists: 2 Artists-in-Residences Art/Biotechnology
The Arts Catalyst & Gallery Oldham are looking for 2 artists-in-residence, primarily to lead partic...
Call for Artists: Digital Art Workshops in the Ancient City of Myndos
Contemporary Artists from New York and Istanbul will be gathering in the ancient city of Myndos for...
The Perseverance of The Root: New Work by Renato Dorfman
The Renato Dorfman Gallery is pleased to announce The Perseverance of The Root, the latest multimedi...
Call for Artist: 500 Festival Announces CARburetion - A Wheely Nice Collection of INDY Car Art
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