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Екатеринбургская галерея совре менного искусства и многофункциональный семейный портал Fаmilyаlbum.me пред ставляют выставку-конкурс уникальных детских работ «\;Классическое иск усство глазами детей»\;\, Арт-аранжировка.

За основу были взяты известные произведения знаменитых художников:
1. Джоконда\, ( Мона Лиза) \, автор - Леонардо да Винчи
2. Портрет героя Отечественн ой Войны 1812 года\, лейб-гусарского полковника Е.В. Давыдова \, автор &nda sh\; Орест Кипренский

Вы можете увидеть классические образы гл азами талантливых\, непредсказуемых и удивительных людей - наших детей.
Ученикам детских художественных школ дана возможность наполнить привычны е образы новым смыслом.

Как они воспринимают необыкновенную ч арующую и нежную улыбку Джоконды\, какие ассоциации и эмоции она у них вызы вает\, какие струнки Души затрагивает.

В противовес\, второй о браз - это образ силы\, мужественности и благородства. Образ Настоящего муж чины\, умело совмещающего в себе галантность и твердость Духа . Как они вид ят этот образ в современном мире\, изменились ли истинные ценности мужских качеств в их понимании сейчас.

В экспозиции представлено 67 ра бот\, выполненных в технике: живопись\, графика\, коллаж.

Торж ественное открытие выставки состоится 25-го мая в 16.00!

Выста вка «\;Классическое искусство глазами детей»\; открыта с 25 мая п о 5 июня\, ежедневно с 11 до 20 ч.

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DTEND:20160605 DTSTAMP:20160524T154533 DTSTART:20160525 GEO:56.834585;60.616523 LOCATION:Yekaterinburg Gallery of Modern Art\,32\, Krasnoarmeyskaya-St. \nY ekaterinburg\, Yekaterinburg SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:лассическое искусство глазами детей UID:419321 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20160525T180000 DTSTAMP:20160524T154533 DTSTART:20160525T160000 GEO:56.834585;60.616523 LOCATION:Yekaterinburg Gallery of Modern Art\,32\, Krasnoarmeyskaya-St. \nY ekaterinburg\, Yekaterinburg SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:лассическое искусство глазами детей UID:419322 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:
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This exhibition examines the realitie s of life under segregation in 1950s America\, as seen through the lens of groundbreaking photographer Gordon Parks (1912&ndash\;2006). \;As the f irst African American photographer hired full time by \;Life \; magazine\, Parks was frequently given assignments involving social iss ues affecting black America. In 1950\, one such project took him back to hi s hometown in Kansas for a photo essay he planned to call &ldquo\;Back to F ort Scott.&rdquo\;

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Parks had left For t Scott some twenty years earlier\, after his mother died\, and he found hi mself\, a teenager and the youngest of fifteen children\, suddenly having t o make his own way in the world. He used this assignment to revisit memorie s of his birthplace&mdash\;many involving serious racial discrimination&mda sh\;and to reconnect with childhood friends\, all of whom had attended the same all-black grade school as Parks. Since most of his classmates had also left Fort Scott\, Parks traveled to Kansas City\, Chicago\, and other citi es to record their lives there. One of the most visually rich and captivati ng of all his projects\, Parks&rsquo\;s photographs\, now owned by the Gord on Parks Foundation\, were slated to appear in April 1951\, but the photo e ssay was never published. Gordon Parks: Back to Fort Scott revives those photos and presents a rarely seen view of the everyday lives of Afri can American citizens\, years before the civil rights movement began in&nbs p\;earnest.

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VMFA&rsquo\;s presentatio n of this exhibition includes four additional photographs that are part of the museum&rsquo\;s collection. These works were from subsequent photo essa ys Parks created for Life \;magazine and provide insight into his development as a photojournalist and artist.

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Gordon Parks: Back to Fort Scott is organized by the M useum of Fine Arts\, Boston\, in partnership with The Gordon Parks Foundati on. Sarah Eckhardt\, Associate Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art\, is curating the exhibition for the VMFA.

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DTEND:20161030 DTSTAMP:20160524T154533 DTSTART:20160723 GEO:37.556616;-77.475044 LOCATION:Virginia Museum of Fine Arts\,200 N. Boulevard \nRichmond\, Virgin ia 23220-4007 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Gordon Parks: Back to Fort Scott\, Gordon Parks UID:419319 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20160723T170000 DTSTAMP:20160524T154533 DTSTART:20160723T100000 GEO:37.556616;-77.475044 LOCATION:Virginia Museum of Fine Arts\,200 N. Boulevard \nRichmond\, Virgin ia 23220-4007 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Gordon Parks: Back to Fort Scott\, Gordon Parks UID:419320 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Kehinde Wiley: A New Repub lic presents a stunning retrospective \;of this artist&rsquo\;s pr olific career through nearly 60 paintings and \;sculptures. Kehinde Wil ey&rsquo\;s work raises intriguing questions about race\, \;gender\, an d the politics of representation by portraying \;contemporary African A merican men and women using the \;conventions of traditional European p ortraiture. Appropriating \;the format of specific paintings by renowne d masters ranging \;from Titian to É\;douard Manet\, Wiley often depi cts his subjects \;wearing sneakers\, hoodies\, and other gear associat ed with \;today&rsquo\;s hip-hop culture and sets them against ornate d ecorative \;backgrounds that evoke earlier eras and cultures.

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By replacing \;the European aristocrats wi th contemporary black subjects\, \;Wiley&rsquo\;s portraits draw attent ion to the absence of African \;Americans from historical and cultural narratives. Kehinde Wiley: \;A New Republic is organized by th e Brooklyn Museum and \;curated by Eugenie Tsai\, John and Barbara Vogelstein Curato r of \;Contemporary Art at the Brooklyn Museum. Dr. Sarah \;Eckhard t\, Associate Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art\, \;is the coordin ating curator at VMFA.

DTEND:20160905 DTSTAMP:20160524T154533 DTSTART:20160611 GEO:37.556616;-77.475044 LOCATION:Virginia Museum of Fine Arts\,200 N. Boulevard \nRichmond\, Virgin ia 23220-4007 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:A New Republic\, Kehinde Wiley UID:419317 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20160611T170000 DTSTAMP:20160524T154533 DTSTART:20160611T100000 GEO:37.556616;-77.475044 LOCATION:Virginia Museum of Fine Arts\,200 N. Boulevard \nRichmond\, Virgin ia 23220-4007 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:A New Republic\, Kehinde Wiley UID:419318 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:
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A Celebration of Louise Coch rane

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COCHRANE2Throughout the last four decades of her life\, Louise B. Cochrane forge d a deep and meaningful relationship with the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. When she passed away on December 10\, 2015\, the museum lost a dedicated a nd beloved patron\, whose presence will be deeply missed\, but whose legacy &mdash\;as a donor and an artist&mdash\;will continue to be felt throughout the museum for many years to come.

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< em>A Floral Jubilee: The Art of Louise Cochrane\, an exhibition of 25 works\, had been in the planning stages for many months and was scheduled t o celebrate the 100th anniversary of her birth on January 30\, 2016. With h er passing\, the exhibition is now also a commemoration &ldquo\;We are so g rateful for Louise&rsquo\;s devotion to VMFA over these past years\,&rdquo\ ; says VMFA Director Alex Nyerges. &ldquo\;It&rsquo\;s only fitting that we honor her life by making her art available for all of our visitors to see and appreciate.&rdquo\;

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Louise began taking painting lessons at the Tuckahoe Woman&rsquo\;s Club in 1970. Shortl y thereafter\, she joined VMFA&rsquo\;s Council and became a docent. &ldquo \;My interest in the museum seemed to grow from there\,&rdquo\; she recalle d in a 2007 interview. She was appointed to the museum&rsquo\;s Board of Tr ustees in 1977.

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As her practice of pa inting intertwined with her work at the museum\, she participated in worksh ops and classes in Richmond and other cities\, including Venice\, Italy. He r extensive travels and love of gardening provided the subjects for many of her paintings over the years\, but her particular focus was always flowers .

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Mixed Bouquet\, Insp ired by The Art of the Flower\, VMFA
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Louise B. Co chrane (American\, 1916&ndash\;2015)
Oil on linen
Estate of L ouise B. Cochrane
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In 1988\, Louise and her husband\, J. Harwood Cochrane\, established an endowment to support the purchase of American art. This generous fund has enabled the m useum to acquire important works of American art\, including the recently a cquired Prince William and His Elder Sister\, Princess Sophia by Benjamin W est\, The Wounded Hound by William Ranney\, Quince Blossoms by Charles Cary l Coleman\, and Brideship (Colonial Brides) by Thomas Hart Benton\, as well as William Wetmore Story&rsquo\;s sculpture of Cleopatra and dozens of oth er exquisite objects and paintings. In recognition of their outstanding phi lanthropy\, the museum&rsquo\;s Cochrane Court&mdash\;outside of the Ancien t Art and East Asian Art galleries&mdash\;and the Cochrane Atrium were name d for the couple.

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A Floral Jubilee: T he Art of Louise Cochrane explores Louise Cochrane&rsquo\;s passion for man y types of blooms including sunflowers\, lilies\, daisies\, daffodils\, iri ses\, and more. But it also reveals that her favorite is\, above all\, the rose.

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Dr. Susan J. Rawles\, Associate Curator of American Painting and Decorative Art and Acting Head of the Ame rican Art Department\, notes that Louise&rsquo\;s paintings were featured i n several exhibitions throughout the years. &ldquo\;In fact\, her 1994 pain ting Reflections has been on display outside the McGlothlin American Art Ga lleries since 2011\,&rdquo\; she says.

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This new show features one portrait of a mixed bouquet that was inspired by the 2015 VMFA exhibition Van Gogh\, Manet\, and Matisse: The Art of the Flower. &ldquo\;Even in her later years\, Louise continued to be i nspired by her connection to the museum and the world of art\,&rdquo\; Rawl es points out\; &ldquo\;symbiotically\, her legacy will be our inspiration. &rdquo\;

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DTEND:20160605 DTSTAMP:20160524T154533 DTSTART:20160123 GEO:37.556616;-77.475044 LOCATION:Virginia Museum of Fine Arts\,200 N. Boulevard \nRichmond\, Virgin ia 23220-4007 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:A Floral Jubilee: The Art of Louise Cochrane UID:419314 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:
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Regarded by art historians as one of the most important and influential photographers of the 20th century\, Andr é\; Kerté\;sz was a leading proponent of seeing the world throu gh a Modernist eye. This exhibition of thirty photographs is drawn from VMF A&rsquo\;s collection and highlights the artist&rsquo\;s early career in Hu ngary while also focusing on seminal moments during the sixty years when he worked in Paris and then New York City.

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Born in Hungary in 1894\, Kerté\;sz bought his first camera at ag e sixteen before being drafted into the army. Later\, he moved to Paris whe re he worked as a freelance magazine photographer\, joining a community of Hungarian expatriate artists who included Brassaï\;\, Marcel Breuer\, R obert Capa\, and Lajos Tihanyi. Kerté\;sz&rsquo\;s work gained attent ion in Paris and the United States\, and in 1936\, he and his wife\, Elisab eth\, immigrated to New York City.

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Af ter his first few years in New York\, Kerté\;sz&rsquo\;s photographs were included in the Museum of Modern Art&rsquo\;s comprehensive exhibition Photography\, 1839&ndash\;1937. He went on to work for Cond&eacut e\; Nast for nearly twenty years\, and thousands of his photographs were pu blished in their magazines\, including House &\; Garden and Vogue\, as well as other publications such as Harper&rsquo\;s Baz aar. During his lifetime\, he had major solo exhibitions at the Art In stitute of Chicago and the Museum of Modern Art and received numerous honor s\, including a Guggenheim Fellowship and Commander of the French Ordre des Arts et des Lettres. Kerté\;sz is curated by VMFA Director Alex Nyerges.

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A leading printmaking artist\, Kawase Hasui was known for his vivid winter landscapes. Snow at the Zojoji Te mple depicts a woman holding an umbrella\, walking in the snow in fron t of this ninth-century Buddhist temple. The Zojoji Temple was one of Hasui &rsquo\;s favorite subjects and he created several prints of this sacred si te over the course of his career. In this 1929 version\, one of twelve prin ts in the exhibition\, Hasui used contrasting colors and the atmospheric pe rspective to create a snowy winter scene.

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Other prints\, also drawn from the more than 500 works \;donated b y René\; and Carolyn Balcer\, include Japanese landmarks such as the Heian Shrine in Kyoto\, Mount Fuji near Tokyo\, and the rural area in Yoshi da. Seen together\, they demonstrate Hasui&rsquo\;s remarkable skills as a printmaker and colorist\, as well as his extraordinary ability to capture J apan&rsquo\;s identity and spirit in his landscapes. The exhibition is cura ted by Li Jian\, E. Rhodes and Leona B. Carpenter Curator of East Asian Art .

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To view more works by Hasui and oth er artists\, visit our East Asian Art collection!

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DTEND:20160803 DTSTAMP:20160524T154533 DTSTART:20160415 GEO:37.556616;-77.475044 LOCATION:Virginia Museum of Fine Arts\,200 N. Boulevard \nRichmond\, Virgin ia 23220-4007 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Snowy Landscapes: Japanese Woodblock Prints\, Kawase Hasui UID:419312 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:
The noted American contemporary photographer Thomas R. Schiff uses a panoramic camera to create dynamic and startlingly original images of well-known bui ldings and familiar places: &ldquo\;I always like to go to places people ar e familiar with and show the perspective from a panoramic camera\,&rdquo\; he recently stated. &ldquo\;The camera distorts everything in the picture & ndash\; straight lines become curved and it throws off your perspective. It challenges your relationship to what is familiar or thought to be understo od.&rdquo\; \;
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The artist&rsquo\;s passion for photography began in grade school in Cincinnati\, Ohio\, when he began taking photographs with a Kodak Brownie camera. By the time he studied pho tography at Ohio University he was using a 35mm camera\, but Schiff eventua lly grew tired of the small format of traditional cameras and in 1994 he pu rchased a Hulcherama 360-degree panoramic camera that allowed him to create highly detailed photographs of building exteriors and interiors on a monum ental scale. The artist also began using a custom-made tripod that allows h im to elevate the camera up to 20 feet in the air\, thus avoiding the many obstructions that one finds at ground level\, such as fire plugs\, parked c ars\, and stop signs\, as well as a wide angle lens\, which allows him to c apture more of the image above and below the horizon line. The resulting fu ll-color panoramic photographs of special spaces\, places and structures in Ohio were published in 2003 in Panoramic Ohio\, a bicentennial tr ibute to his home state.

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In 2004 Schi ff began taking panoramic photographs of Virginia\, which like Ohio feature s exceptional historic buildings and beautiful natural environments. This e xhibition presents 40 photographs that Schiff made in the Commonwealth of V irginia between 2004 and 2013\, all of which were included in the artist&rs quo\;s 2015 publication Virginia 360°\;: Photographs by Thomas Schif f. Combining Schiff&rsquo\;s passion for photography and his love of a rchitecture\, the works on display in this exhibition provide a fresh\, new perspective for these notable Virginia landmarks\, thus encouraging the vi ewer to reevaluate their perceptions of the world. \;

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The Virginia Museum of Contemp orary Art (MOCA) invites Hampton Roads artists of all ages to participate i n our upcoming Open (C)all 2016 exhibition. This is a unique opportunity fo r artists &mdash\; including you &mdash\; to have their work on display in MOCA&rsquo\;s Fleming Gallery.  \;

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MOCA will feature the exhibition Turn the Page: The First Ten Years o f Hi-Fructose in our galleries. Ten years ago\, two San-Francisco-base d artists\, Annie Owens and Daniel "Attaboy" Seifert started the magazine H i-Fructose to share the type of art they loved. Over the years\, Hi-Fructos e magazine has become an influential publication with a devoted internation al readership\, celebrating diverse art that transcends genres from artists who break away from conventional trends. The pages of Hi-Fructose will com e to life this summer through a MOCA curated retrospective. It will feature such notable artists as Beth Cavener\, Wim Delvoye\, Ron English\, Shepard Fairey\, Kate MacDowell\, Olek\, Mark Ryden\, Greg &ldquo\;Craola&rdquo\; Simkins\, Wayne White\, Kehinde Wiley and many others. These artists have n ever been shown together in one location at one time. Viewers will find hyp er-realistic paintings of unexpected animal and nature-inspired juxtapositi ons\, intricately built sculptures that eclipse traditional themes and medi ums\, and even a crocheted mural.

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Man y of the artists featured in Turn the Page are influenced by art h istory. For this Open (C)all exhibition\, MOCA invites Hampton Roads artist s to respond to the work of one of the following artists with which you con nect in some way.

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  1. An dy Warhol
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  3. Max Ernst
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  5. Hieronymous Bosch
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  7. Francis co Goya
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  9. Alphonse Mucha
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  11. Walt Disney
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  13. Ingres
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  15. Frida Kahlo
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  17. Rembrandt
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  19. Dr. Seuss
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Each of the artists above has been cited as i nfluences of one or more artists participating in Turn the Page: The Fi rst Ten Years of Hi-Fructose.

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Al l mediums are encouraged\; the piece must simply reflect individual imagina tion in creating a n ew  \; work of art. Show us how the art world influences you by sub mitting one original 2-D work of art and have your work featured in the Fleming Gallery of MOCA this summer!

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An opening reception will ta ke place on Tuesday\, June 21\, 6-8pm. Each participating artist is invited to attend. \;

DTEND:20160904 DTSTAMP:20160524T154533 DTSTART:20160601 GEO:36.8489069;-75.9879987 LOCATION:Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art\,2200 Parks Avenue \nVirginia Beach\, VA 23451 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Open (C)all 2016 Exhibition UID:419309 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20160621T200000 DTSTAMP:20160524T154533 DTSTART:20160621T180000 GEO:36.8489069;-75.9879987 LOCATION:Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art\,2200 Parks Avenue \nVirginia Beach\, VA 23451 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Open (C)all 2016 Exhibition UID:419310 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Artist Christine K. Harris wan ts us to wake up. Too often we move through life\, head down\, involved in our personal problems in our minds and on our screens. But\, if we just loo k up and around\, there is a possibility for deep insight. We have the oppo rtunity to recognize the ties that bind everything together into a whole: P eople\, plants\, insects\, and animals. Everything that lives has connectio n to everything else. Learning to pay close\, thoughtful attention to the n atural world is a process whose story continues to unfold.

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Christine K Harris is a sculptor and part time art th erapist. She earned a Master&rsquo\;s Degree from Eastern Virginia Medical School in art therapy. \; She has practiced art therapy or taught proce ss oriented art classes for 15 years. After spending many years teaching ar t to others\, Harris has recently transitioned to creating art full time. DTEND:20160904 DTSTAMP:20160524T154533 DTSTART:20160522 GEO:36.8489069;-75.9879987 LOCATION:Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art\,2200 Parks Avenue \nVirginia Beach\, VA 23451 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Awake\, Christine K. Harris UID:419308 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

The Virginia Museum of Contemp orary Art (MOCA) will feature some of the foremost contemporary artists thr ough a ten year retrospective of the art magazine\, Hi-Fructose. This exhibition is a unique oppo rtunity to bring a broad spectrum of artwork by over 50 artists from the pa ges of magazines and computer screens to the walls of a contemporary art mu seum dedicated to educating on the significant art of today. Turn the Page: The First Ten Years of Hi-Fructose is a collaborative initiative by two li ke-minded organizations &ndash\; MOCA in Virginia Beach\, Virginia\, and Hi -Fructose The New Contemporary Art Magazine in San Francisco\, California. Both are committed to creating an awareness of contemporary art that is inf ormative\, imaginative and relevant. This multi-faceted exhibition will fea ture artists working in a variety of media including sculpture\, installati on\, painting\, ceramics\, and photography as well as interactive community outreach and satellite exhibitions. A wide selection of educational progra mming\, film screenings\, panel discussions\, and events will provide the p ublic an opportunity to interact with the art and artists in exciting new w ays.

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*To prepare for your visit\, please note\, \;bags and metal objects will not be allowed in the gall eries. \;All guests will be subject to physical and vi sual inspections\, bag checks and/or wanding at the entrances of MOCA.  \;To expedite this process we recommend you leave such it ems at home. We appreciate your understanding and cooperation. Thank you fo r your support of MOCA and the arts!

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A very special Public Art Installation by Olek will accompany this ex hibit. \;

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Organized by the Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art. Curated by Alison Byrne\, Dire ctor of Exhibitions and Education and Heather Hakimzadeh\, Curator

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Exhibition Tour:

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This exhibition will be available to travel to museums nationally. For more inf ormation contact Alison Byrne\, Director of Exhibitions and Education \ ;alison@VirginiaMOCA.org.

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For information about sponsorship opportu nities please contact Debi Gray\, Executive Director\, Debi@VirginiaMOCA.org.

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Featured Artists:

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AJ Fosik
Audrey Kawasaki
Barnaby Barford
Beth Cavener
Bri an Dettmer
Brian McCarty Camille Rose Ga rcia
Chris Berens
Erwin Wurm
Femke Hiemstra
Fulvio di Piazza
Gary Taxali
G ehard Demetz
G reg &ldquo\;Craola&rdquo\; Simkins
Jean-Pierre Roy***
Jeff Soto
J ennybird Alcantara
Jere my Geddes
Josh Keyes
Kate MacDowell***
Kazuki Takamatsu
Kehinde Wiley
Kevin Cyr
Kr is Kuksi
Lisa Nilsson
Marco Mazzoni
Marion Peck
Mark De an Veca
Mark Ryden
Martin Whittfooth
MARS-1
Nicola Verlato
Ol ek***
Parra
Ray Caesar
Ron English
Sam Gibbons
Scott Hove
Scott Musgrove
Shepard Fairey
Tara McPherson
Tiffany Bozic
Tim Biskup
Todd Schorr
Tracey Snelling
< a href="http://travislouieartworks.com/">Travis Louie
Victor Castillo
Wim Delvoye
Wayne White
Yoshitomo Nara

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Artists in black have previously exhibited at Virginia MOCA.
* **Artists with an asterisk \;are creating NEW WORK for MOCA's exhibitio n. \;

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This exhibition is made possible by the City of Virginia Beach. \; Generous funding is provide d by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Virginia Tour ism Corporation. \;

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Majo r support for the exhibition is provided by Acoustical Sheetmetal\, Capital Group Companies\, PRA Group\, the Fine Family Fund of the Hampton Roads Co mmunity Foundation\, and other generous donors\, as well as grants made pos sible by the Virginia Beach Arts and Humanities Commission\, the Virginia C ommission for the Arts\, and the Business Consortium for Arts Support.  \;

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DTEND:20161231 DTSTAMP:20160524T154533 DTSTART:20160522 GEO:36.8489069;-75.9879987 LOCATION:Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art\,2200 Parks Avenue \nVirginia Beach\, VA 23451 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Turn the Page: The First Ten Years of Hi-Fructose\, Greg “Craola” S imkins\, AJ Fosik\, Audrey Kawasaki\, Barnaby Barford\, Beth Cavener\, Bria n Dettmer\, Brian McCarty\, Camille Rose Garcia\, Chris Berens\, Erwin Wurm \, Femke Hiemstra\, FULVIO DI PIAZZA\, Gary Taxali\, Gehard Demetz\, Jean-P ierre Roy\, Jeff Soto\, jennybird Alcantara\, Jeremy Geddes\, Josh Keyes\, Kate MacDowell\, Kazuki Takamatsu\, Kehinde Wiley\, Kevin Cyr\, Kris Kuksi\ , Lisa Nilsson\, Marco Mazzoni\, Marion Peck\, Mark Dean Veca\, Mark Ryden\ , Martin Whittfooth\, Mars-1\, Nicola Verlato\, Olek\, Parra\, Ray Caesar\, Ron English\, Sam Gibbons\, Scott Hove\, Scott Musgrove\, Shepard Fairey\, Tara McPherson\, Tiffany Bozic\, Tim Biskup\, Todd Schorr\, Tracey Snellin g\, Travis Louie\, Victor Castillo\, Wim Delvoye\, Wayne White\, Yoshitomo Nara UID:419307 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

La Chambre à\; Arles - V an Gogh&rsquo\;s 1888 Masterpiece. Most artists would close the door on tha t room. Sø\;ren Behncke entered\, deconstructing and re-painting La C hambre again and again during the course of a year. The exhibition (street level and downstairs gallery) is both the result and the documentation of t he process. In 20 works on canvas\, cardboard\, and paper Sø\;ren Beh ncke engages the iconic image of the room in Arles and various artistic pro files including Philip Guston\, Henri Matisse\, Albert Mertz\, and Roy Lich tenstein\, while challenging his own craft and style of painting. He paints his way in and out of the room\, transforming figurative elements &ndash\; chairs\, table\, paintings\, bed\, and coatrack into a semi abstract alpha bet of shapes.

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The artist&rsquo\;s ro om is a classical motif for a painter. Almost a cliché\; but at the s ame time one of the most serious and honest rooms a painter can enter. A pa inter&rsquo\;s gym. Trial and error. Surely pain and sometimes triumph. Beh ncke is evolving in front of us\, becoming a better painter\, not by the ac t of homage\, but by sparring with the masters\, investigating and painting . And painting and killing darlings and painting their grave. Creating his own gestures\, his own jab and dance on the canvas\, his own room.

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Sø\;ren Behncke (b.1967) lives and work s in Copenhagen. He previously had a solo exhibition at ARoS Art Museum and has recently been part of group exhibitions at Heart Herning Museum of Con temporary Art\, Arken Museum of Modern Art and KØ\;S museum for art i n public spaces. He has travelled the world to make limited edition lithogr aphic prints on site with the Mobile Printing Press in Vienna\, Paris\, Mad rid\, Helsinki\, Venice\, Reykjavik\, and Warszawa. In May he will bring th e mobile press to the scene of the crime: Arles where he will produce a ser ies of limited prints. His temporary public sculptures and actions have bee n seen in New York\, Copenhagen\, Venice\, Paris\, and along Danish highway s. An upcoming monograph Sorry No Image Available will be published by Spac e Poetry and released in conjunction with the exhibition. La Chambre is Beh ncke&rsquo\;s 5th solo exhibition with V1 Gallery. The exhibition will be a ccompanied by a publication documenting the process of La Chambre.

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Sø\;ren Behncke and V1 Gallery would li ke to thank Statens Væ\;rksteder / Danish Art Workshops who awarded Be hncke a studio residency for 2\,5 months to complete his investigation into La Chambre. This institution has been pivotal in the creation process of m any great works of art and we hope it will exist for many years to come no matter what strange and uninformed political winds are blowing. Ars longa\, vita brevis.

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We look forward to seei ng you.

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Jesper Elg

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V1 Gallery

DTEND:20160604 DTSTAMP:20160524T154533 DTSTART:20160513 GEO:55.667614;12.5613121 LOCATION:V1 Gallery\,Flæsketorvet 69 - 71 \nCopenhagen \, 1711 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:La Chambre\, Søren Behncke UID:419305 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20160513T220000 DTSTAMP:20160524T154533 DTSTART:20160513T170000 GEO:55.667614;12.5613121 LOCATION:V1 Gallery\,Flæsketorvet 69 - 71 \nCopenhagen \, 1711 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:La Chambre\, Søren Behncke UID:419306 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

What does it mean to play "mus ical architecture&rdquo\;? Join the musicians who performed \;The M usic Box: Tampa Bay \;as they discuss the challenges and joys of e xploring an experimental performance site. Moderated by Devon Brady\, Livew ork artist and Syphonium instrument creator. Amplified is open Jun e 6 through July 23 at USF Contemporary Art Museum.

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The exhibition is co-curated by USF Curator of Public Art an d Social Practice Sarah Howard and USFCAM Exhibitions Manager and Registrar Shannon Annis and organized by USFCAM.

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For questions call CAM at (813) 974-4133 or email caminfo@admin.usf.edu.

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DTEND:20160721T210000 DTSTAMP:20160524T154533 DTSTART:20160721T183000 GEO:28.0635692;-82.4156303 LOCATION:USF Contemporary Art Museum\,3821 USF Holly Drive \nTampa\, Florid a 33620 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Musicians’ Roundtable + Closing Reception for 'Amplified: Reverbera tions from The Music Box' UID:419304 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Amplified< /em> explores the history\, collaborative process\, and impact of New Orlea ns Airlift&rsquo\;s musical architecture project The Music Box\, i ncluding the recent installation in Sulphur Springs\, through video documen tation\, instrumental elements\, performance videos\, ephemera and new work by local artists inspired by the project. This exhibition is co-curated by USF Curator of Public Art and Social Practice Sarah Howard and USFCAM Exhi bitions Manager and Registrar Shannon Annis and organized by USFCAM.

\n< p class="style14" style="text-align: justify\;">The Music Box: Tampa Ba y is supported by a National Endowment for the Arts ART WORKS grant\, The F rank E. Duckwall Foundation\, The Gobioff Foundation\, and the USF School o f Art and Art History&rsquo\;s Bank of America Community Arts Endowment Fun d.

DTEND:20160623 DTSTAMP:20160524T154533 DTSTART:20160606 GEO:28.0635692;-82.4156303 LOCATION:USF Contemporary Art Museum\,3821 USF Holly Drive \nTampa\, Florid a 33620 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Amplified: Reverberations from The Music Box UID:419302 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20160610T210000 DTSTAMP:20160524T154533 DTSTART:20160610T190000 GEO:28.0635692;-82.4156303 LOCATION:USF Contemporary Art Museum\,3821 USF Holly Drive \nTampa\, Florid a 33620 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Amplified: Reverberations from The Music Box UID:419303 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

This annual ex hibition features Master's Thesis work in a variety of media by the 3rd yea r Master of Fine Arts candidates in the School of Art and Art History. Arti sts include Sasha Adorno\, Merritt Fletcher Evripidou\, Craig Hanson\, Tame sha Kirkland\, N. Mackintosh\, Jenn Ryann Miller\, Leslie Reed\, Gary Schmi tt\, Elizabeth Schneider\, Princess R. Smith\, and Matthew Drennan Wicks.\n

Only the Tip: 2016 MFA Graduation Exhibition\, is sponsored in part by the USF School of Art and Art History.

DTEND:20160507 DTSTAMP:20160524T154533 DTSTART:20160401 GEO:28.0635692;-82.4156303 LOCATION:USF Contemporary Art Museum\,3821 USF Holly Drive \nTampa\, Florid a 33620 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Only the Tip: 2016 MFA Graduation Exhibition UID:419301 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

9th annual small sculpture exhibition in the region

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Juror:
Amy Gilman
Amy was named associate director o f the Toledo Museum of Art in January 2011. In this role\, she facilitates implementation of the Museum's strategic objectives\, leads a fellowship pr ogram to mentor museum leaders of the future\, and coordinates major initia tives from the director's office. Gilman first came to Toledo in 2005 as cu rator of modern and contemporary art. Since then\, she has acquired importa nt works for the collection by Mary Sibande (South Africa)\, Petah Coyne (U S)\, Fred Wilson (US)\, Rona Pondick (US)\, Romuald HazoumÃ\;©\; (Benin) and Marisol (Venezuela)\, among others. She also has been involved in the artist-in-residence program at the Glass Pavilion (artists worked wi th include: Radcliffe Bailey\, Erwin Redl\, Beverly Fishman\, and Jim Lasko ). She regularly curates exhibitions including 2011's Small Worlds\, and as co-curator of Play Time in summer 2015. She holds a BS from Northwestern U niversity in Performance Studies\, and MFA in Photography from Columbia Col lege Chicago\, and a PhD in Art History from Case Western Reserve Universit y. Previously she worked at the Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland\, and at Columbia College Chicago's Museum of Contemporary Photography.

Juried discussion and artist talk @ 6:30 pm

DTEND:20160729 DTSTAMP:20160524T154533 DTSTART:20160610 GEO:41.5129027;-81.5987967 LOCATION:The Sculpture Center\,1834 E. 123rd St. \nCleveland\, OH 44106 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:After the Pedestal UID:419289 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20160610T203000 DTSTAMP:20160524T154533 DTSTART:20160610T170000 GEO:41.5129027;-81.5987967 LOCATION:The Sculpture Center\,1834 E. 123rd St. \nCleveland\, OH 44106 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:After the Pedestal UID:419290 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

New landscape paintings by oil painter Douglas Edwards.

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Opening to coincide with Bronte's Lake Walk evening on the first Thursday of every mon th.

DTEND:20160612 DTSTAMP:20160524T154533 DTSTART:20160602 GEO:43.393823;-79.7084768 LOCATION:Trias Gallery\,11 Bronte Road Unit 29\nOakville\, Ontario L6L 0E1 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:New Paintings\, Douglas Edwards UID:419287 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20160602T200000 DTSTAMP:20160524T154533 DTSTART:20160602T180000 GEO:43.393823;-79.7084768 LOCATION:Trias Gallery\,11 Bronte Road Unit 29\nOakville\, Ontario L6L 0E1 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:New Paintings\, Douglas Edwards UID:419288 END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR