March 29th, 2014 - April 1st, 2016
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Closure Notice: The Alaska State Museum at 395 Whittier Street will close its doors following the Final Friday event on February 28, 2014. Expected reopening in the new State Library, Archives and Museum (SLAM) building will take place in April 2016. The new 118,000 square-foot facility, located at 395 Whittier Street, will feature a gift store, cafeteria, auditorium, classroom, reading room, museum ga...
ARARIO GALLERY (Cheonan)
korea, republic of
# 43, Mannam-ro, Dongnam-gu
330-160 Cheonan-si, Korea, Republic of
+82 41 551 5100 http://www.arariogallery.co.kr/
January 20th - April 19th
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ARARIO GALLERY CHEONAN introduces Ryu In (1956-1999), whose legacy served as the most defining influence of figurative sculptures in Korea’s modern and contemporary art throughout the 20th century, with a solo exhibition entitled from January 20th to April 19th. Held in memory of Ryu In after 15 years since his passing, this exhibition presents a sweeping view of his art world. Along with th...
Arizona State University Art Museum
Tenth Street and Mill Avenue
Tempe, AZ 85287-2911
December 12th, 2014 - April 4th
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Known for projects which ‘touch the earth lightly,” architect Glenn Murcutt begins his work with a keen observation of the natural conditions of each site. His distinctive residences and public buildings combine simple materials with elegant and refined forms and detailing. Yet they are primarily concerned with bringing the qualities of the surrounding world into the daily experience of th...
ARKANSAS ART CENTER-MUSEUM OF ART
501 East 9th Street
Little Rock, Arkansas 72202
501 372 4000 http://www.arkarts.com
February 13th - April 12th
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The Annual Juried Exhibition of the Mid-Southern Watercolorists (MSW) returns to the Arkansas Arts Center, opening on February 13, 2015, and remaining on view through April 12, 2015, in the Samuel Strauss Sr. Gallery. This is the first year in a three-year partnership between the group and the Arkansas Arts Center. “We’re thrilled to have the exhibition return to the Arts Center,” said J...
ARNDT is pleased to present the first exhibition of Gilbert & George in Singapore. Gilbert & George created 26 new artworks, the UTOPIAN PICTURES, for their first solo exhibition in Singapore and Southeast-Asia.
Since first meeting at St Martin’s School of Art, London, in 1967, Gilbert & George have dedicated their lives to creating art that communicates their vision of the world in a mann...
The great American artist has been invited by the Italian Cultural Institution ART1307 based in Napoli, to spend one month in their Residence for artists to explore the city and to produce works inspired by the city. As an artist of “Light and Space” movement he will “capture” the Southern Italian light and transform it in artworks based on the reflection of the light towa...
Art Gallery of Greater Victoria
1040 Moss Street
Victoria, BC V8V 4P1, Canada
+1 (250) 384.4171 http://aggv.ca
June 30th, 2010 - June 30th
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Although Emily Carr described herself as an “isolated little old woman on the edge of nowhere” her work has an appeal that is universal in its expressive messages.
With this exhibition, the AGGV is now the premiere destination on Vancouver Island to visit and learn about Emily Carr through her paintings. On the Edge of Nowhere will include an historical survey of Carr’s artistic...
October 25th, 2014 - October 4th
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Asian art of the past and present has a proud place in the Art Gallery of NSW collection. In a major refresh of our Asian galleries, this exhibition brings old and new together in a series of dynamic conversations.
Leading off those conversations are 24 renowned contemporary artists, among them Anish Kapoor, Ai Weiwei, Suda Yoshihiro, Shahzia Sikander and Ah Xian. Far from seeing the art of the pas...
October 26th, 2014 - April 12th
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AGNSW Contemporary Project
The Gallery’s entrance court is its most public space, traversed by hundreds of viewers every day. But whose space is it? Is it ours or is it yours? In her wall-to-wall project for the entrance court, American artist Kay Rosen conjures with these big questions of possession, occupation and cultural territory.
Rosen has emblazoned one side of the entrance court...
November 15th, 2014 - November 1st
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This exhibition takes its title from an evocative quote by Kuninjku artist Ivan Namirrkki, which speaks of the innate attachment Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have to country and to water.
The works – all from the Gallery’s collection – examine the diverse ways our artists explore the notion of water, from intricate bark paintings of sea life and the beings that inhab...
See the images that shaped a nation
Photography has been crucial in the development of our understanding of Australia as a place and Australians as a people. Tracing the evolution of the medium and its many uses from the 1840s until today, The photograph and Australia investigates the role that photography has played in shaping our view of the world, ourselves and each other.
Sourced from mor...
William Reaves Fine Art of Houston collaborates with the Art Museum of South Texas in Corpus Christi for the upcoming Bayou City Chic: Progressive Streams of Modern Art in Houston, 1940-1980 in the Museum’s Kane and Chapman Galleries from January 30 – April 26, 2015.
“These artists moved Houston arts into the realm of complete abstraction, covering an expressionist gamut which ranged from highl...
Burmese Artist, Nyein Chan Su (NCS), presented for the first time, his new series of sculptures, juxtaposing Toy Soldiers at war in landscape of everyday objects.
Dreamscapes will showcase a selection of paintings that reflect and reminisce the idyllic landscapes of Myanmar through abstraction and the use of bold, primary colours..
Volker Reiche - Although known to many people as the creator of the "Strizz", very few know Reiche’s painted oeuvre. His works are characterized by social critique, they make us realize the fear of the unknown, delusions, racism, religious fanaticism or other forms of self-destruction. The fictional reality Reiche creates in his paintings evoke memories of recent events such as recently in Fr...