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ICA Present Sonic Futures Exhibition

ICA Present Sonic Futures Exhibition

| March 10, 2017

Through sound, music, and video, Sonic Futures envisions new possibilities for the next century. Artists in the show propose innovative ways to navigate our world, and hypothetically, other worlds and galaxies. Through remixing and reinterpreting history, considering access and privilege, and questioning forms of communication, artists in Sonic Futures present alternatives to the status quo. […]

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Museum of Flight to Exhibit Apollo 11 Spacecraft on Anniversary of Moon Landing

Museum of Flight to Exhibit Apollo 11 Spacecraft on Anniversary of Moon Landing

| March 6, 2017

The Smithsonian Institution announced that the Apollo 11 command module Columbia–the only portion of the historic spacecraft to complete the first mission to land a man on the moon and safely return him to Earth–will be exhibited at The Museum of Flight on the fiftieth anniversary of its Moon flight. The iconic capsule will leave […]

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ICA Present Oliver Jackson: Paintings, Sculpture and Works on Paper

ICA Present Oliver Jackson: Paintings, Sculpture and Works on Paper

| March 4, 2017

Oliver Jackson is a painter, sculptor, printmaker, and draftsman whose work is grounded in figuration. The ICA is committed to presenting the work of under-recognized, mid-late career artists who have an incredible body of work but have dedicated themselves to their studio practice and teaching career with little attention to self-promotion. Oliver Jackson is one […]

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Doris Ulmann and Andy Warhol Photographs Exhibition

Doris Ulmann and Andy Warhol Photographs Exhibition

| February 17, 2017

The University of Kentucky Art Museum exhibition “Face Value: Photographs by Doris Ulmann and Andy Warhol” showcases the work of two of America’s most renowned artists. On view now through April 23. Separated by a half century, Doris Ulmann (1882-1934) and Andy Warhol (1928-1987) had profound aesthetic and philosophical differences, yet shared surprising common ground. […]

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Senior Curator Katy Rothkopt To Lead An Art Lover’s Tour of Paris

Senior Curator Katy Rothkopt To Lead An Art Lover’s Tour of Paris

| January 14, 2017

Senior Curator Katy Rothkopf to lead An Art Lover’s Tour of Paris May 23 – 29, 2017 Give yourself a special present this year-a once-in-a-lifetime trip to Paris with BMA Senior Curator and renowned French art expert Katy Rothkopf. An Art Lover’s Tour of Paris includes visits to the new Louis Vuitton Foundation, recently renovated […]

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440 Gallery Announces Mending Fragments: Hide & Seek Exhibition

440 Gallery Announces Mending Fragments: Hide & Seek Exhibition

| January 3, 2017

440 Gallery announces Mending Fragments: Hide & Seek, a two-person exhibition featuring the photography of Leigh Blanchard and the mixed media paintings of Amy Weil, on view January 5th- February 5th. Leigh Blanchard uses photography to consistently push the definition of what a photograph is. By digitally stripping away information present in old photographs, Leigh […]

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MEDIA ART EXHIBITION FROM THE BORUSAN CONTEMPORARY ART COLLECTION

MEDIA ART EXHIBITION FROM THE BORUSAN CONTEMPORARY ART COLLECTION

| December 26, 2016

Drawn from the Borusan Contemporary Art Collection in Istanbul, Turkey, an exhibition of time-based works by artists Jim Campbell, Antti Laitinen, Joanie Lemercier, and Rick Silva is on view at the University of Michigan Museum of Art (UMMA) through March 26, 2017. Moving Image: Landscape, the first in a series of four consecutive exhibitions presented […]

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Cary Leibowitz: Museum Show Contemporary Jewish Museum Exhibition

Cary Leibowitz: Museum Show Contemporary Jewish Museum Exhibition

| December 16, 2016

New York–based contemporary artist Cary Leibowitz (b. 1963) creates comically self-effacing text-based works with a decidedly gay and often Jewish perspective that address issues of identity, kitsch, modernist critique, and queer politics. Since the early 1990s, when he became widely known under the moniker “Candyass,” Leibowitz has been one of the art world’s most delicious […]

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Exhibition of Buddhist Art from the Newark Museum

Exhibition of Buddhist Art from the Newark Museum

| December 14, 2016

Organized by the Newark Museum exclusively for the Frist Center, Secrets of Buddhist Art: Tibet, Japan, and Korea explores one of the great faiths of the world through paintings and sculptures made by Japanese, Korean, and Tibetan artists. The exhibition provides a basic understanding of these artistic objects’ function within the esoteric or “secret” Vajrayana […]

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Vikings: Beyond the Legend Exhibition

Vikings: Beyond the Legend Exhibition

| December 5, 2016

Cincinnati has been invaded by Vikings. But these Vikings are not the bearded, horned-helmet barbarians depicted in operas, comic strips, cartoons and sports mascots. Go beyond the beard in Vikings: Beyond the Legend at Cincinnati Museum Centre. Vikings: Beyond the Legend features interactive displays, hands-on challenges and over 500 artifacts on loan from the Swedish […]

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