BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 CALSCALE:GREGORIAN PRODID:iCalendar-Ruby VERSION:2.0 BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20140711 DTSTAMP:20140711T174750 DTSTART:20140711 GEO:45.42865;12.356619 LOCATION:La Biennale di Venezia (Venice Biennale)\,Giardini della Biennale Viale dei Giardini Pubblici\nVenice\, 30122 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:The venice biennale 2013 UID:346410 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

This summer at the Fridge will be both HOT\, and cooool&hellip\;< /p>\n

In o ur main gallery\, we will be reaching into our archives and bringing back p ieces from some of our favorite artists at awesome prices! There&rsquo\;s n ever been a better time to begin collecting from such diverse artists as: A strotwitch\, DECOY\, Scot Lefavor\, Asad ULTRA Walker\, Carlos Aguilar\, Ke lly Towles and many more&hellip\;

DTEND:20140817 DTSTAMP:20140711T174750 DTSTART:20140713 GEO:38.882084;-76.994592 LOCATION:The Fridge\,516 8th Street SE \nWashington\, DC 20003 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:The Fridge Storehouse Show\, Astrotwitch\, Decoy\, Scot Lefavor\, A sad ULTRA Walker\, Carlos Aguilar\, Kelly Towles UID:346409 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20140718 DTSTAMP:20140711T174750 DTSTART:20140706 GEO:-37.8564706;145.027568 LOCATION:Metro Gallery\,1214 High Street \nMelbourne\, Victoria 3143 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Winter Group Show\, Dan Smith\, Judy Watson\, Sharon Green\, Lee Wi lliams\, John Olsen\, Michael Peck\, Michael Jeffery\, JASPER KNIGHT UID:346408 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

See the incredible variety of techniques and artists&rsquo\; visions in contemporary glass-making in this exhibition drawn from a 2013 gift of 55 modern and contemporary glass work s donated to the museum by Los Angeles collectors Daniel Greenberg and Susa n Steinhauser. The works showcase important centers of contemporary glass-m aking around the world\, with artists that range from key Americans\, such as Dan Dailey\, Richard Marquis\, Mark Peiser\, and Michael Glancy\, to Col in Reid of England\, Klaus Moje from Australia\, Frantisek Vizner of the Cz ech Republic\, Massimo Micheluzzi of Italy\, and Toshio Iezumi from Japan.< /p> DTEND:20141102 DTSTAMP:20140711T174750 DTSTART:20140710 GEO:21.304039;-157.848549 LOCATION:The Honolulu Museum of Art\,900 South Beretania Street \nHonolulu\ , HI 96814 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Form from Fire: Gifts of Contemporary Glass from the Daniel Greenbe rg and Susan Steinhauser Collection\, Toshio Iezumi\, Dan Dailey\, Richard Marquis\, Mark Peiser\, Michael Glancy\, Colin Reid\, Klaus Moje\, Františe k Vízner\, Massimo Micheluzzi UID:346255 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140710T163000 DTSTAMP:20140711T174750 DTSTART:20140710T100000 GEO:21.304039;-157.848549 LOCATION:The Honolulu Museum of Art\,900 South Beretania Street \nHonolulu\ , HI 96814 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Form from Fire: Gifts of Contemporary Glass from the Daniel Greenbe rg and Susan Steinhauser Collection\, Dan Dailey\, Michael Glancy\, Toshio Iezumi\, Richard Marquis\, Massimo Micheluzzi\, Klaus Moje\, Mark Peiser\, Colin Reid\, František Vízner UID:346256 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Richard Avedon People \;is an in-depth explorat ion of the work of American photographer Richard Avedon (1923-2004). Presen ting around eighty of Avedon&rsquo\;s exquisite black and white photos made between 1949 and 2002\, it surveys his groundbreaking fashion photography as well as his portraits of twentieth century icons such as Elizabeth Taylo r\, Malcolm X\, Truman Capote\, Bob Dylan\, and Kate Moss.

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Avedon c hanged the face of fashion photography through his exploration of motion an d emotion. From the outset\, he was fascinated by photography&rsquo\;s capa city for suggesting the personality and evoking the life of his subjects. T his is evidenced across the works in the exhibition\, which span Avedon&rsq uo\;s career from his influential fashion photography and minimalist portra itures of well-known identities\, to his depictions of America&rsquo\;s wor king class.

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Avedon&rsquo\;s practice entered the public imagination through his long association with seminal American publications. He commen ced his career photographing for \;Harper&rsquo\;s Bazaar\, fo llowed by a 20-year partnership with \;Vogue. Later\, he estab lished strong collaborations with \;Egoiste \;and \;The New Yorker\, becoming staff photographer for \;The New Y orker \;in 1992.

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Richard Avedon People \;is t he first solo exhibition of Avedon's work to be displayed in Western Austra lia. Perth is the second city to host this exhibition following on from its Southern Hemisphere launch at theNational Portrait Gallery \;in August 2013. The exhibition was curated by the National Portrait Gallery&rsquo\;s Senior Curator\, Dr Christopher Chapman in partnership with the \;Rich ard Avedon Foundation \;over the course of two years.

DTEND:20141117 DTSTAMP:20140711T174750 DTSTART:20140802 GEO:-31.9502722;115.8601268 LOCATION:The Art Gallery of Western Australia\,Perth Cultural Centre \n Per th \, WA 6000 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:People\, Richard Avedon UID:346253 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140802T170000 DTSTAMP:20140711T174750 DTSTART:20140802T100000 GEO:-31.9502722;115.8601268 LOCATION:The Art Gallery of Western Australia\,Perth Cultural Centre \n Per th \, WA 6000 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:People\, Richard Avedon UID:346254 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

This groundbreaking exhibition is the first comprehensive su rvey of performance art by black artists working from the perspective of th e visual arts from the 1960s to the present. While black performance has be en largely contextualized as an extension of theater\, visual artists have integrated performance into their work for more than five decades\, generat ing an important history that has gone largely unrecognized until \;now .

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Presenting a rich and complex look at this important facet of con temporary art\, the exhibition chronicles the emergence and development of black performance art across three generations\, beginning with Fluxus and conceptual art in the early 1960s through present-day practices. Featuring more than 100 works by some 36 artists\,Radical Presence: Black Perform ance in Contemporary Art \;includes video and photo documentation of performances\, scores and installations\, interactive works\, and artwor ks created as a result of performative actions. A dynamic range of performa nces\, actions\, and discussions will accompany the exhibition&rsquo\;s run at the Walker. \;Catalogue \;available.

DTEND:20150104 DTSTAMP:20140711T174750 DTSTART:20140724 GEO:44.9684358;-93.2885414 LOCATION:Walker Art Center\,1750 Hennepin Ave \nMinneapolis\, MN 55403 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Radical Presence: Black Performance in Contemporary Art UID:346251 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140724T210000 DTSTAMP:20140711T174750 DTSTART:20140724T110000 GEO:44.9684358;-93.2885414 LOCATION:Walker Art Center\,1750 Hennepin Ave \nMinneapolis\, MN 55403 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Radical Presence: Black Performance in Contemporary Art UID:346252 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

&ldquo\;The Great War&rdquo\; changed the face of the world when it began on July 28\, 1914. The role of art (particularly prints) in t elling the story of and conveying the emotions brought on by World War I is told through through prints by British and American artists such as Muirhe ad Bone\, Kerr Eby\, Childe Hassam\, James McBey\, and Claude Shepperson. T he works depict scenes of combat in France and the Near East\, life on the home front in the United States and England\, and the war&rsquo\;s aftermat h and its commemoration. All of the prints come from the Frank Raysor Colle ction\, a promised gift to the museum. Curated by Dr. Mitchell Merling\, Pa ul Mellon Curator and Head of the Department of European Art.

DTEND:20141109 DTSTAMP:20140711T174750 DTSTART:20140728 GEO:37.556616;-77.475044 LOCATION:Virginia Museum of Fine Arts\,200 N. Boulevard \nRichmond\, Virgin ia 23220-4007 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:THE GREAT WAR: Printmakers of World War I\, Muirhead Bone\, Kerr Eb y\, Childe Hassam\, James McBey\, Claude Shepperson UID:346249 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140728T170000 DTSTAMP:20140711T174750 DTSTART:20140728T100000 GEO:37.556616;-77.475044 LOCATION:Virginia Museum of Fine Arts\,200 N. Boulevard \nRichmond\, Virgin ia 23220-4007 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:THE GREAT WAR: Printmakers of World War I\, Muirhead Bone\, Kerr Eb y\, Childe Hassam\, James McBey\, Claude Shepperson UID:346250 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

In conjunction with \;Posing Beauty\, this VMFA collection-based exhibition features works by African American artists. Th ese representations of the human figure or aspects of the body explore how we perceive and express personal and cultural identity. The selection of pa intings and sculptures from the 1970s to the present features an array of p erspectives and styles that underscore the complex factors informing ideas of race and gender. Many of the 21st century artists&mdash\;such as iona ro zeal brown\, Trenton Doyle Hancock\, and Robert Pruitt&mdash\;mix national\ , international\, historical\, and pop-culture references with personal sty listic preferences to produce images that provoke more questions about iden tity than they answer. The selection of photographs offers a survey of 20th - to 21st-century work&mdash\;from James VanDerZee to Carrie Mae Weems to H ank Willis Thomas&mdash\;while also highlighting the work of lesser-known a rtists\, such as Richmond native Louis Draper\, who played a primary role i n founding the first African American photography collective\, Kamoinge\, i n New York in 1963. Many of these works will be on view at VMFA for the fir st time.

DTEND:20140727 DTSTAMP:20140711T174750 DTSTART:20140426 GEO:37.556616;-77.475044 LOCATION:Virginia Museum of Fine Arts\,200 N. Boulevard \nRichmond\, Virgin ia 23220-4007 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Identity Shifts\, Robert Pruitt\, Carrie Mae Weems\, James Vanderze e\, Louis Draper\, Hank Willis Thomas UID:346248 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20140807 DTSTAMP:20140711T174750 DTSTART:20140712 GEO:42.1944472;-73.3627291 LOCATION:Sanford Smith Fine Art/Jill Bokor Jewelry\,13 Railroad Street \nGr eat Barrington\, Massachusetts 01230 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:City Days\, Country Nights\, Nan Lombardi\, Kathleen Klob UID:346242 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140712T180000 DTSTAMP:20140711T174750 DTSTART:20140712T160000 GEO:42.1944472;-73.3627291 LOCATION:Sanford Smith Fine Art/Jill Bokor Jewelry\,13 Railroad Street \nGr eat Barrington\, Massachusetts 01230 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:City Days\, Country Nights\, Kathleen Klob\, Nan Lombardi UID:346243 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20140816 DTSTAMP:20140711T174750 DTSTART:20140716 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:Entre 2\, Ana Hupe\, Andrey Zignnatto\, Claudia Hersz\, Pedro Meyer \, Lin Lima\, Ingrid Bittar\, Jonas Aisengart\, Rafael Alonso UID:346241 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20140831 DTSTAMP:20140711T174750 DTSTART:20140712 GEO:54.37982;12.52047 LOCATION:Galerie Born\,Südstraße 22 Boddenlandschaft \nBorn am Darß\, 18375 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Malerie & Skulptur\, Felipe Cusicanqui\, Klaus Hack UID:346238 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140711T200000 DTSTAMP:20140711T174750 DTSTART:20140711T180000 GEO:54.37982;12.52047 LOCATION:Galerie Born\,Südstraße 22 Boddenlandschaft \nBorn am Darß\, 18375 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Malerie & Skulptur\, Felipe Cusicanqui\, Klaus Hack UID:346239 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20140823 DTSTAMP:20140711T174750 DTSTART:20140717 GEO:-22.9735446;-43.2278414 LOCATION:Anita Schwartz Galeria de Arte\,R. José Roberto Macedo Soares\, 30 - Gávea \nRio de Janeiro\, 22470-100 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY: Passageiro\, Thomas Florschuetz UID:346235 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140716T220000 DTSTAMP:20140711T174750 DTSTART:20140716T190000 GEO:-22.9735446;-43.2278414 LOCATION:Anita Schwartz Galeria de Arte\,R. José Roberto Macedo Soares\, 30 - Gávea \nRio de Janeiro\, 22470-100 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY: Passageiro\, Thomas Florschuetz UID:346236 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

ShanghART Gallery is pleased to organize and host the most a nticipated Pu Jie&rsquo\;s solo exhibition 'Two Different Times\, One World &rsquo\;\, opens on 18th July to 24th August 2014.
This exhibition sho wcases 17 artworks by Pu Jie\, presenting iconic representations of his jux taposed \;memories as an attempt to show the fragmentary\, ever-shiftin g and incoherent nature of life.
&ldquo\;The backbone of Chinese Conte mporary Art is the re-pondering towards Chinese culture with a critical&nbs p\;attitude\,&rdquo\; says Pu Jie.
Avoiding trappings of both nostalgi a and stereotypes\, his artworks are based on \;fragments of memories a nd experiences\, which compose a contemporary narration. Pu Jie's artworks& nbsp\;are images from his mind\, the way he thinks and his philosophy\; the y are typically vivid monochrome of \;red\, yellow\, green\, and blue w ith historical and contemporary conception seemingly fused into one \;v isual body. His oeuvres depict a social structure that wavers between China 's past history and its \;present-day contemporary developments\, conde nsing his unique insights onto his canvases. Pu Jie \;states\, &ldquo\; The adoption of a painterly dual visual angle is a partial overlapping of t he past and present\, \;East and West\, communism and commodity. Such o verlapping is filled with cultural mutation and \;confrontation. It cle ars up the visual effect and ponders the flowing changes of the Chinese soc iety \;throughout the past decades.&rdquo\;

DTEND:20140824 DTSTAMP:20140711T174751 DTSTART:20140718 GEO:1.278398;103.804586 LOCATION:ShanghART Singapore\,9 Lock Road\, #02-22\, Gillman Barracks\, \nS ingapore\, 108937 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY: 'Two Different Times\, One World\, Pu Jie UID:346226 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140718T210000 DTSTAMP:20140711T174751 DTSTART:20140718T180000 GEO:1.278398;103.804586 LOCATION:ShanghART Singapore\,9 Lock Road\, #02-22\, Gillman Barracks\, \nS ingapore\, 108937 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY: 'Two Different Times\, One World\, Pu Jie UID:346227 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art presents &ldquo\;Double Soli d Line\,&rdquo\; an exhibition of works by Daniil Galkin. The exhibition wi ll be held in the frame of the Parallel Program of the 4th \ ;Moscow International Biennale of Young Art. \; The exhibition project reflects the aggregate of situations in the socio-political system\, the si tuations that are the foundation of the existing public order. These are th e situations that form public opinion while calling into question moral\, e thical and political norms. The &ldquo\;Double Solid Line&rdquo\; is a cont inuation of the &ldquo\;Lower State\,&rdquo\; which is part of the artist&r squo\;s longstanding project.  \;

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The artist has another name f or his project: &ldquo\;Dissociative Re-socialization\,&rdquo\; a term whos e definition helps to delve into the field of its artistic research: this i s a repeated socialization that occurs in the course of the entire life spa n of an individual. The process involves the change of an individual&rsquo\ ;s attitudes\, norms\, and values. It is a defense mechanism that makes a p erson perceive things happening to him as if they were &ldquo\;happening&rd quo\; to someone else. An occurrence similar to the above is analyzed by th e artist at the MMOMA venue\; thus\, the artist describes the symptom &ndas h\; a characteristic of modern society. The exhibition unites three spaces meant to bring forth a perception experience of particular kind.  \;

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The project has been fulfilled with the support of the program &ldquo \;Idea-Impulse-Innovation&rdquo\; launched by the Rinat Akhametov Foundatio n for Development of Ukraine.

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About the artist

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Daniil Galki n was born in 1985 in the city of Dnepropetrovsk. He graduated from Dneprop etrovsk College of Theatre and Art\, and then studied in Dnepropetrovsk Aca demy of Construction and Architecture. In 2009 Galkin started working on th e experimental art group \;2222 \;consisted of alter egos of the artist. In 2013\, the art group \;2222 \;was nomina ted for the Kandinsky Prize. Galkin won Grand Prix of МУХі 2011 Competition . In 2011\, he was nominated for Pinchuk Art Centre Prize.

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In 2012\ , Daniil Galkin took part in ARSENALE\, the first Kiev Biennale of Modern A rt. He was nominated for the Sergey Khuryokhin Prize in 2012. \; Galkin won a third special Pinchuk Art Centre Prize in 2013. He lives and works i n Dnepropetrovsk. \;

DTEND:20140803 DTSTAMP:20140711T174751 DTSTART:20140704 GEO:55.747061;37.600277 LOCATION:Moscow Museum of Modern Art [10 Gogolevsky]\,10 Gogolevsky Blvd. \ nMoscow\, SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY: Double solid Line\, Daniil Galkin UID:346225 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

It is for the first time ever that the general public has be en offered a rare opportunity to acquaint itself with selected artworks fro m the collection of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federat ion. The exhibition is timed to coincide with the 45thanniversar y of the Russian Interior Ministry Studio of artists named after V.V. Veres hchagin.

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 \;The oeuvre of the Studio artists is dedicated to th e activities of members of the Russian law enforcement agencies and interna l troops. The pieces of art refer to the history of \;Russia&rsquo\;s M inistry of Internal Affairs\; they depict scenes of the work and missions s elfishly performed by personnel of the internal affairs bodies. \;  \;Artists of the Studio are sent off to locations where special-purpose uni ts conduct their exercises and war games. \;

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 \;As for subj ects of the works comprising the collection of the Ministry of the Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation\, one can say that they had been predete rmined beforehand since artists were supposed to receive commissions from t he above ministry. However\, 45 years on\, there is a full-blown thematic c ollection of artworks centered on a clearly defined conception\, the collec tion that is quite unique and notable as to its constituents.  \;The pi ctures on combat operations and incidents in the zones of armed conflicts a re worth of paying special attention. The artists of the Studio were embedd ed in the units stationed in \;Russia&rsquo\;s trouble spots e.g. Nagor ny Karabakh (1990)\, Grozny-Argun-Gudermes (1999\, 2000\, 2006 and 2008)\, North Ossetia (1993)\, Mozdok (1994\, 1995)\, Beslan (2004)\, Budionovsk (1 995) etc. \;

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The exhibition comprises about 200 artworks in the field of painting\, graphic art\, poster art\, sculpture and video. The ex hibits reach over the period from 1969 to the 2010s. The exhibition is inte nded for adult spectators\, students and teenagers.

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 \;In the f rame of the exhibition the spectator will get the opportunity of attending evenings with the Studio artists. \;

DTEND:20140907 DTSTAMP:20140711T174751 DTSTART:20140715 GEO:55.747061;37.600277 LOCATION:Moscow Museum of Modern Art [10 Gogolevsky]\,10 Gogolevsky Blvd. \ nMoscow\, SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:The Art Collection of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russi an Federation UID:346221 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140715T200000 DTSTAMP:20140711T174751 DTSTART:20140715T120000 GEO:55.747061;37.600277 LOCATION:Moscow Museum of Modern Art [10 Gogolevsky]\,10 Gogolevsky Blvd. \ nMoscow\, SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:The Art Collection of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russi an Federation UID:346222 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20140824 DTSTAMP:20140711T174751 DTSTART:20140717 GEO:0.0;0.0 LOCATION:ARARIO Gallery (Seoul)\,99-5 Cheongdam-dong Ganganam-gu\nSeoul\, 1 35-100 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Insane Park _ Director's Cut 디렉터스 컷\, Kulim Kim 김구림_ Part 2 \, Rose Noire UID:346217 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140717T200000 DTSTAMP:20140711T174751 DTSTART:20140717T180000 GEO:0.0;0.0 LOCATION:ARARIO Gallery (Seoul)\,99-5 Cheongdam-dong Ganganam-gu\nSeoul\, 1 35-100 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Insane Park _ Director's Cut 디렉터스 컷\, Kulim Kim 김구림_ Part 2 \, Rose Noire UID:346218 END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR