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The British artist Alexand er James\, renowned for his works portraying ephemeral underwater still-life compositions in the style of Dutch painting of the 17th century\, moved to Russia in December of 2013. He has moved his London s tudio to Moscow for several months to work on a new exhibition to be held a t Triumph Gallery from April 18 to May 11\, 2014. \;

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Alexa nder James&rsquo\;s works cannot be pigeonholed &ndash\; they blur the boun daries between photography\, painting and sculpture. The labor-intensive pr ocess involved in creating each work begins with the formation of complex c ompositions using natural materials and handmade items\, such as specially grown flowers and specially bred butterflies. Placing them in reservoirs of purified water\, the artist creates an instant where the elements in the c omposition are ideally combined and captured as an image by his camera. The surface of the water\, for James\, becomes a canvas across which he can mo ve his brush\, creating an interplay of light on the waves.

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The nat ural interplay of the objects\, the water and the light creates the effect of a painted canvas: against a black background\, the light becomes more st riking and vital\, and the surface of the water\, disturbed by the brush\, imbues the image with a rhythm. His technique is a purely scientific proces s that makes a traditional practice accessible to contemporary audiences\, whilst preserving the central thrust or premise. James prefers to keep one of the central elements in the creation of his works a secret\, in order to prevent the creative process from impeding the dialogue between the specta tor and the work.

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James never manipulates or processes the image af ter the photograph has been taken. &ldquo\;For me\, it&rsquo\;s the creatio n of authenticity that is crucial\,&rdquo\; says the artist. Despite follow ing the canon of traditional art James creates a unique\, modern aesthetic\ , reinterpreting objects from the surrounding world and affirming the trium ph of life over the transient.

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&ldquo\;My life is so intertwined wi th my art that the process of creation has no beginning and no end. I live according to the principles and in the same way as the Dutch artists of the 17th century. I don&rsquo\;t think about the aesthetics &ndash\; they are formed instinctively in the process of creation\,&rdquo\; says James. &ldqu o\;For me\, the combining of sculpture\, painting and photography is a way of conveying the idea of &ldquo\;vanitas&rdquo\; &ndash\; the unalterable e phemerality of human existence.&rdquo\;

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At the present time\, Alexa nder James\, at his studio at the Red October factory\, is preparing a new series of works for his Moscow exhibition &ldquo\;Distil Ennui&rdquo\;\, wh ich will include works in the style of the Pre-Raphaelites\, inspired by &l dquo\;Ophelia&rdquo\; by John Everett Millais and &ldquo\;La Jeune Martyr&r dquo\; by Paul Delaroche.

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Previously\, Alexander James has moved hi s studio to Tokyo\, Sydney and New York\, each time adding an inflection of the local character to his works. The artist has now engaged in a unique d ialogue with the Russian space\, working with local models\, materials and artifacts.

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&ldquo\;Russia is the heart of art and for any artist wh o has devoted their entire life to art to the extent that I have\, only one thing is important: that their art is talked about in historical terms. Wi th that in mind\, coming to Russia was a natural step in the dialogue of my work. You can&rsquo\;t occupy a worthy position in the context of internat ional art without conquering Russia\; for its people\, only a life that is packed with art is worthy of discussion\, and what a discussion it is&helli p\;&rdquo\; maintains the artist.

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Alexander James was born in 1967 in London\, where he lives a nd works. The artist has held personal exhibitions in London\, Sydney\, New York\, Los Angeles and Paris.

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Works by Alexander James are in the Moonsoon\, Davis Museum (Lisbon)\, Rothschild Group\, DDB Group and Lend Le ase Group collections\, as well as in the collections of some of the most r enowned independent collectors &ndash\; Ivor Braka and Tony Dane\, who betw een them brought Francis Bacon to a wider public. More recently\, one of Al exander James&rsquo\;s latest works\, &ldquo\;Grace&rdquo\;\, was sold at a uction at Christie&rsquo\;s in London in October of 2013.

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DTEND:20140511 DTSTAMP:20140417T145124 DTSTART:20140418 GEO:55.7546225;37.6247005 LOCATION:Triumph Gallery\,3/8\, Ilyinka Street\, building 5 \nMoscow \, 109 012 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY: Distil Ennui\, Alexander James UID:332742 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Spotlight is a new series of one-room revolving dis plays\, offering a range of exciting contemporary art for sale. The Spotlig ht programme at Jerwood Gallery will launch with \;Philip Hughes: C oastlines.

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Philip Hughes: Coastlines \;draws upon the rich legacy and continuing artistic vitality of East Sussex and Kent\, bringing to the fore new work of the coastal landscape. Hastings and the w ider locality has a long history of being a magnet and creative catalyst fo r artists\, a number of whom\, such as John Banting\, John Bratby\, Edward Burra and Jeffery Camp RA are represented in the Jerwood Collection of 20th and 21st century British art at Jerwood Gallery.

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For Philip Hughes the relationship between landscape and human history lies at the heart of his work. Across a span of some forty years he has walked in five continent s to map out a distinctive\, distilled vision of landscape in which topogra phy plays a conspicuous role\, as it did for early man in establishing his first sacred sites and ceremonial centres. With such priorities\, coastline s have furnished Hughes with many of his classic subjects and for this he h as chosen to focus largely on three of these at the extremities of the Brit ish Isles. All three incorporate two of Hughes&rsquo\; principal themes: wa lking and a view of the land from above\, including the use of maps.

DTEND:20140608 DTSTAMP:20140417T145124 DTSTART:20140503 GEO:50.8561997;0.5933926 LOCATION:Jerwood Gallery\,Rock-a-Nore Road \n Hastings \, East Sussex TN34 3DW SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:COASTLINES\, PHILIP HUGHES UID:332731 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140503T180000 DTSTAMP:20140417T145124 DTSTART:20140503T110000 GEO:50.8561997;0.5933926 LOCATION:Jerwood Gallery\,Rock-a-Nore Road \n Hastings \, East Sussex TN34 3DW SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:COASTLINES\, PHILIP HUGHES UID:332732 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

This exhibition will bring together a series of largely unse en paintings by Ansel Krut (b.1959) in what will be the most significant ex hibition of Krut&rsquo\;s work to date.

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Krut&rsquo\;s painting subv erts still life by linking objects to make playful and often dark character s and forms. His provocative and comic inventions\, drawing on paradoxes\, vaudeville and peep show\, are poised between absurdity and moral criticism .

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The exhibition will bring together a selection of Krut&rsquo\;s p aintings\, profiling the work of this extraordinary and influential artist.

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"Ansel Krut upsets the traditionally straight-faced ge nre of the still life by bolting together objects to create improbable huma n forms that inspire not only humour but also pity\, scorn or repulsion." < /strong>Frieze Magazine

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&ldquo\;These paintings em it energy: they explode outwards with a centrifugal force and draw invisibl e lines between seemingly random subject matter&hellip\; [In] all this riot of color and form&hellip\; the cartoon-noir humor is never far from the su rface.&rdquo\; &ndash\; Art in America

DTEND:20140709 DTSTAMP:20140417T145124 DTSTART:20140503 GEO:50.8561997;0.5933926 LOCATION:Jerwood Gallery\,Rock-a-Nore Road \n Hastings \, East Sussex TN34 3DW SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY: VERBATIM\, Ansel Krut UID:332729 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140503T180000 DTSTAMP:20140417T145124 DTSTART:20140503T110000 GEO:50.8561997;0.5933926 LOCATION:Jerwood Gallery\,Rock-a-Nore Road \n Hastings \, East Sussex TN34 3DW SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY: VERBATIM\, Ansel Krut UID:332730 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

As part of the 2nd edition of BIAN\, the Musé\;e d&rsq uo\;art contemporain is pleased to present C4I\, a work by Ryoji Ikeda\, one of the foremost names in minimalist electronic music. \;\n

Ryoji Ikeda&rsquo\;s practice explores the rationality\, simplicity and intricacy of ultrasounds\, frequencies and the essential characteristic s of sound. A master of minimalist sound\, Ryoji Ikeda takes the manipulati on of sonic data to the limits of perception. In his work\, the sublime ble nds with infinity\, and the nexus of sensations triggered by his visual and sonic compositions evokes a vast\, intangible and strikingly elegant world . &ndash\; Louise Simard

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Ryoji Ikeda is a foremost figure in the fi eld of minimalist electronic music. Born in 1966 in Gifu\, Japan\, he now l ives and works in Paris. Ikeda\, who is a member of the multidisciplinary a rtists&rsquo\; collective Dumb Type\, first attracted attention with his re cordings\, concerts and installations in the mid-1990s\, as part of the ele ctronica scene. In 2001 his work matrix earned him the Golden Nica at the A rs Electronica festival in Linz\, Austria\, and he was shortlisted for the Worldwide Technology award in 2003 and 2010. He works regularly with Carste n Nicolai on the collaborative project cyclo\, the choreographer William Fo rsythe of the Frankfurt Ballet\, the artist Hiroshi Sugimoto and the archit ect Toyo Ito. Ikeda&rsquo\;s first major solo exhibition was held in 2009 a t the Museum of Contemporary Art in Tokyo. In 2011 Park Avenue Armory commi ssioned the work Test Pattern. In 2012\, at the instigation of John Zeppete lli\, DHC/ART Foundation for Contemporary Art presented Ikeda&rsquo\;s firs t monographic exhibition in North America. Ryoji Ikeda is the award winner of the Prix Ars Electronica 2014.

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Both a concert and a film\, C4I \;uses data as material and theme\, highlighting the ways in which such information shapes our understanding of the world. Video images of landscapes are progressively abstracted into a language of data\, while facts\, figures and diagrams are used in montage with dazzling graphic forc e. Text excerpts elegantly punctuate the on-screen projections. Blurring th e lines between nature\, science and philosophy\, the work subtly suggests a convergence of the real and the virtual. The soundtrack synchronizes perf ectly with the graphical and video images to create a piece of undeniable p ower and beauty. In this highly atmospheric work\, Ikeda strives for an aes thetic of pure data. Derived from the natural world and from global systems such as economics and theoretical mathematics\, data represents a new mate rial for the artist&rsquo\;s explorations. C4I\, in its meticulo us composition and technical sophistication\, reveals sublime views of real ity.

DTEND:20140615 DTSTAMP:20140417T145124 DTSTART:20140506 GEO:45.507828;-73.56679 LOCATION:Musée d'art contemporain de Montréal\,185\, RUE STE-CATHERINE OUES T \nMONTRÉAL\, QUÉBEC H2X 3X5 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY: C4I\, Ryoji Ikeda UID:332707 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140506T180000 DTSTAMP:20140417T145124 DTSTART:20140506T110000 GEO:45.507828;-73.56679 LOCATION:Musée d'art contemporain de Montréal\,185\, RUE STE-CATHERINE OUES T \nMONTRÉAL\, QUÉBEC H2X 3X5 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY: C4I\, Ryoji Ikeda UID:332708 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Justice Illuminated: The Art of Arthur Szyk organized by Th e Arthur Szyk Society\, exhibits reproductions as well as original art by a rtist Arthur Szyk focusing on three themes: World War II\, America and Jewi sh Response. \; Arthur Szyk was a Polish Jew who escaped Europe in the wake of the Holocaust and immigrated to the United States in December 1940.  \; Curator\, Rabbi Irvin Ungar\, will be attending the opening recepti on and present a lecture addressing the themes found in Szyk&rsquo\;s artwo rk.

DTEND:20140530 DTSTAMP:20140417T145124 DTSTART:20140425 GEO:30.083934;-94.0973435 LOCATION:Art Museum of Southeast Texas\,500 Main Street \nBeaumont\, Texas 77701 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Justice Illuminated\, Arthur Szyk UID:332704 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140401T200000 DTSTAMP:20140417T145124 DTSTART:20140401T180000 GEO:30.083934;-94.0973435 LOCATION:Art Museum of Southeast Texas\,500 Main Street \nBeaumont\, Texas 77701 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Justice Illuminated\, Arthur Szyk UID:332705 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Tiffany Studios: The Women Behind the glass was organized by guest curator Kathryn Fuljenz. \; Not only will this exhibit feature a lamp from the museum&rsquo\;s lamp permanent collection that has never been on public display since its donation in 2004\, but will also be accompanie d by some of the best examples of lamps made currently by Tiffany studios a s well as a Tiffany stained glass window\, Road to Emmaus.< /p> DTEND:20140518 DTSTAMP:20140417T145124 DTSTART:20140419 GEO:30.083934;-94.0973435 LOCATION:Art Museum of Southeast Texas\,500 Main Street \nBeaumont\, Texas 77701 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Tiffany Studios: The Women Behind The Glass UID:332702 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140425T200000 DTSTAMP:20140417T145124 DTSTART:20140425T180000 GEO:30.083934;-94.0973435 LOCATION:Art Museum of Southeast Texas\,500 Main Street \nBeaumont\, Texas 77701 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Tiffany Studios: The Women Behind The Glass UID:332703 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

These works are collaged from family photographs \, home movies\, and abandoned
pictures that McLaurin has collected o ver the years. These images reflect the southern
vernacular of Texas and inspire her narrative drawings. The stories convey a \;sense of amb iguity that can be both pleasing and disturbing without assumption.  \; My intent is to illustrate an emotional tension or awkwardness between  \;characters\, and to suggest the possibility of a deeper-rooted conflict.< /span>

DTEND:20140601 DTSTAMP:20140417T145124 DTSTART:20140313 GEO:30.083934;-94.0973435 LOCATION:Art Museum of Southeast Texas\,500 Main Street \nBeaumont\, Texas 77701 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY: Tongues Talking\, Abigail McLaurin UID:332701 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

MOCA GA is pleased to present Guess You Had To Be There< /em>\, a solo exhibition of new work by Shara Hughes. This exhibition compl etes the 2012/2013 Working Artist Project (WAP) which also included solo ex hibitions by Jiha Moon and Katherine Taylor\, all of which were selected by guest juror Julie Rodrigues Widholm\, Pamela Alper Associate Curator\, The Museum of Contemporary Art\, Chicago. Guess You Had To Be There d ebuts paintings that Shara has created and completed over the last year of WAP. Shara is an Atlanta-based artist who studied at the Skowhegan School o f Painting and Sculpture in New York and the Rhode Island School of Design in Providence. Her paintings combine elements of landscape\, still life\, a nd figuration to dizzying effects. She has had solo exhibitions around the world including at the American Contemporary and Rivington Arms in New York \, Museum 52 in London\, and Mikael Anderson in Copenhagen and Berlin.

DTEND:20140628 DTSTAMP:20140417T145124 DTSTART:20140419 GEO:33.811963;-84.395412 LOCATION:Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia\,75 Bennett Street \nAtlanta \, GA 30309 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY: Guess You Had To Be There\, Shara Hughes UID:332699 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140418T203000 DTSTAMP:20140417T145124 DTSTART:20140418T183000 GEO:33.811963;-84.395412 LOCATION:Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia\,75 Bennett Street \nAtlanta \, GA 30309 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY: Guess You Had To Be There\, Shara Hughes UID:332700 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:
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Global Citizen: The Arch itecture of Moshe Safdie explores the renowned architect&rsquo\;s stru ctures and the philosophy that shapes them. Featured in the exhibition are more than 100 objects\, including drawings\, sketches\, videos\, photograph s and scale models\, which will be on display at Crystal Bridges during the summer of 2014. The exhibition surveys Safdie&rsquo\;s career from his for mative period in the 1960s and early 1970s to his more recent projects arou nd the world\, exploring his masterful use of light and geometry and his in spired architectural conversation with the history and landscape of each si te.

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Global Citizen examines Safdie&rsquo\;s architecture n ot only as visual art but as a medium for advancing social\, political and cultural goals. Safdie&rsquo\;s designs exemplify &ldquo\;progressive conte xtualism&rdquo\;&mdash\; a way of thinking globally about building. His wor ks combine the social activism and advanced technologies of modernism with a profound respect for historical and regional context.

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DTEND:20140901 DTSTAMP:20140417T145124 DTSTART:20140531 GEO:36.3820578;-94.2034223 LOCATION:Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art\,600 Museum Way \nBentonvil le\, Arkansas 72712 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Global Citizen: The Architecture of Moshe Safdie\, Moshe Safdie UID:332697 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140531T180000 DTSTAMP:20140417T145124 DTSTART:20140531T110000 GEO:36.3820578;-94.2034223 LOCATION:Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art\,600 Museum Way \nBentonvil le\, Arkansas 72712 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Global Citizen: The Architecture of Moshe Safdie\, Moshe Safdie UID:332698 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:
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Crystal Bridges Museum of Am erican Art\, the Musé\;e du Louvre\, the High Museum of Art and the T erra Foundation for American Art have announced the third installation in t heir four-year collaboration focusing on the history of American art. A merican Encounters: Anglo-American Portraiture in an Era of Revolution provides a close look at five paintings that demonstrate how portraiture e volved in the late 18th and early 19th centuries as American and European p ainters were influenced by one another. The installation&rsquo\;s five work s have never been displayed together previously.

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Following its inau gural presentation at the Louvre (Feb. 1&ndash\;April 28\, 2014)\, the inst allation will travel to Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art (May 17&ndas h\;Sept. 15\, 2014)\, and the High Museum of Art in Atlanta\, Ga. (Sept. 28 \, 2014&ndash\;Jan. 18\, 2015).

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Three of the portraits in the exhib ition depict George Washington\, and the others show Hugh Percy\, Second Du ke of Northumberland\; and Lieutenant Robert Hay of Spott&mdash\;both of wh om were soldiers who may have fought against Washington in the Revolutionar y War. The relationship between these works indicates that Britain and the U.S. were as connected through art during the period of the Revolutionary W ar as they were through commerce and politics.

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Exhibited in the mus eum&rsquo\;s permanent collection galleries\, there is no cost to view American Encounters.

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DTEND:20140915 DTSTAMP:20140417T145124 DTSTART:20140517 GEO:36.3820578;-94.2034223 LOCATION:Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art\,600 Museum Way \nBentonvil le\, Arkansas 72712 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:American Encounters: Anglo-American Portraiture in an Era of Revolu tion UID:332695 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140517T180000 DTSTAMP:20140417T145124 DTSTART:20140517T110000 GEO:36.3820578;-94.2034223 LOCATION:Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art\,600 Museum Way \nBentonvil le\, Arkansas 72712 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:American Encounters: Anglo-American Portraiture in an Era of Revolu tion UID:332696 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

The William S. Paley Collection: A Taste for Modernism < /em>features selections from the extraordinary private collection of Willia m S. Paley\, the late founder and guiding spirit of CBS. The exhibition fea tures more than 60 works of art\, including paintings\, drawings and sculpt ure\, some of the most striking by French modern masters. Highlights includ e works by Paul Gauguin\, André\; Derain\, Henri Matisse\, Paul C&eac ute\;zanne\, and Edgar Degas\, most created between 1880 and 1940\, at the height of French Modernism\, as well as Pablo Picasso&rsquo\;s Boy Lead ing a Horse.

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Paley was the charismatic entrepreneur who virtua lly invented CBS. He was also an unusually active trustee at The Museum of Modern Art\, joining its board in 1937\, when the museum was only eight yea rs old\, and rising through its ranks to become president and then chairman . Paley began buying art in the mid-1930s and he continued to do so into th e early 1970s. Upon his death in 1990 at the age of 89\, Paley willed his e ntire collection to the museum.

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At Crystal Bridges\, The Paley Collection complements the earlier exhibition of modern works shared w ith Fisk University\, The Artists&rsquo\; Eye: Georgia O&rsquo\;Keeffe and the Alfred Stieglitz Collection\, and presents a rare opportunity for guests to view these masters of European Modernism that inspired many A merican artists. This exhibition was organized by The Museum of Modern Art\ , New York\, and is supported by an indemnity from the Federal Council on t he Arts and the Humanities. Crystal Bridges will be the last venue to offer this special temporary exhibition before it returns to MoMA. Admission is $8 for adults. Admission to all temporary exhibitions is free for Crystal B ridges members and for youth ages 18 and under. \;

DTEND:20140707 DTSTAMP:20140417T145124 DTSTART:20140315 GEO:36.3820578;-94.2034223 LOCATION:Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art\,600 Museum Way \nBentonvil le\, Arkansas 72712 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:The William S. Paley Collection: A Taste for Modernism\, Paul Gaugu in\, André Derain\, Henri Matisse\, Paul Cezanne\, Edgar Degas UID:332694 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:
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Clay is one of humanity&rsqu o\;s oldest building materials. A ball of humble clay\, fashioned by human hands and hardened by fire\, can be transformed into something as workaday as a terra cotta flower pot or as exalted as a bone china cup made of porce lain so thin as to be translucent. Today&rsquo\;s clay artists are constant ly innovating with new techniques and expressions\, but the process of craf ting vessels of clay remains essentially unchanged over millennia.

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Born of Fire is a year-long exhibition that explores some of the m any incarnations of ceramic fabrication: from traditional Native American v essels to highly decorated 17th-century Japanese porcelain meant for Europe an trade\, to delicate\, stylized contemporary works that explore the limit s of the medium. \; The works are on loan from three institutions in ou r region: \; the Arkansas Arts Center in Little Rock\; the Springfield Art Museum\, Springfield\, MO\; and the Sequoyah National Research Center a t the University of Arkansas\, Little Rock. Born of Fire will be o n display in Crystal Bridges&rsquo\; Great Hall Corridor through March 2\, 2015\; there is no cost to view this exhibition.

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DTEND:20150302 DTSTAMP:20140417T145124 DTSTART:20140201 GEO:36.3820578;-94.2034223 LOCATION:Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art\,600 Museum Way \nBentonvil le\, Arkansas 72712 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Born of Fire: Ceramic Art in Regional Collections UID:332692 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20140614 DTSTAMP:20140417T145124 DTSTART:20140508 GEO:-22.9864472;-43.2249413 LOCATION:Portas Vilaseca Galeria\,Av. Ataulfo de Paiva\, 1079\, ss 109 \nRi o de Janeiro\, Rio de Janeiro 22440-034 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY: O TESTEMUNHO \, Gabriel Secchin UID:332668 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140507T210000 DTSTAMP:20140417T145124 DTSTART:20140507T190000 GEO:-22.9864472;-43.2249413 LOCATION:Portas Vilaseca Galeria\,Av. Ataulfo de Paiva\, 1079\, ss 109 \nRi o de Janeiro\, Rio de Janeiro 22440-034 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY: O TESTEMUNHO \, Gabriel Secchin UID:332669 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

This fall\, LURIXS: Contemporary Art presents the group exhi bition Seleç\;ã\;o Nacional\, with historical works from the ga llery's collection. With special emphasis on the Concrete and Neo-Concrete movements\, the exhibition highlights a period of extensive collaboration\, synthesis\, innovation and experiences\, which eventually gave rise to a n ew Brazilian art.

DTEND:20140725 DTSTAMP:20140417T145124 DTSTART:20140529 GEO:-22.9547377;-43.186549 LOCATION:LURIXS: Arte Contemporânea\,Rua Paulo Barreto 77 Botafogo\nRio de Janeiro\, 22280-010 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Seleção Nacional UID:332667 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

New works of ceramic figures ' KARASU '

"I have feared crows since childhood and yet been captivated by their strange beau ty.
With the passing of years\, I find myself increasingly attracted by the sharpness of their jet-black forms and the indomitable\, determinat ion they display in their lives.
Bravo to the much-despised crow!"
- Mieko Yuki

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Born in Tokyo in 1943\, actress\, potter.
With a diplomat father and artist mother\, she spent her childhood i n the U.K.\, Turkey\, Ceylon\, Sweden\, etc.
A member of Britain's R oyal Ballet\, she left to join the Haiyuza Yoseijo (Actors Theater Training Academy)\, then moved on to the 'Kumo' theatrical company.
In additi on to a varied acting career on television\, movies and stage\, in 1984 she took up pottery.
Her ceramic works are to be found in the Chicago P ark Hyatt Hotel (U.S.A.)\, Shinjuku Park Hyatt Hotel (Tokyo)\, 'Children Ar t House' at Sekigahara Menard Land\, Hotel Mori no Kaze Oshuku in Kenji Wor ld and restaurants and salons throughout Japan.

DTEND:20140426 DTSTAMP:20140417T145124 DTSTART:20140416 GEO:35.6740806;139.7683587 LOCATION:Ippodo Gallery\, Tokyo\,1-8-17\, Ginza \nTokyo\, 104-0061 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY: 'KARASU' ( crow )\, Mieko Yuki UID:332665 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140416T200000 DTSTAMP:20140417T145124 DTSTART:20140416T180000 GEO:35.6740806;139.7683587 LOCATION:Ippodo Gallery\, Tokyo\,1-8-17\, Ginza \nTokyo\, 104-0061 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY: 'KARASU' ( crow )\, Mieko Yuki UID:332666 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20140523 DTSTAMP:20140417T145124 DTSTART:20140416 GEO:-22.9820812;-43.2378011 LOCATION:Galeria da Gávea\,Rua Marquês de São Vicente 431A \nRio de Janeiro \, 22451-040 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:NINGUÉM É DE NINGUÉM \, Rogério Reis UID:332662 END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR