Richard Saltoun Gallery presents a season of four one-month exhibitions devoted to Conceptual Art made in Britain during the 60s and 70s. The third exhibition focuses on Tony Morgan (b. 1938 Leicestershire ? d. 2004 Geneva) and John Blake (b. Show More Summary
One-hundred and fifteen medical students will join the Arkansas State University Jonesboro campus, Jonesboro, Arkansas, this fall when the new school of osteopathic medicine opens for its first class. Planned and designed by DesignGroup,...Show More Summary
After a national search, The Columbus Museum welcomes new leadership in its curatorial department. Jonathan Frederick Walz will serve as the Museum?s Director of Curatorial Affairs and Curator of American Art beginning August 5. Walz,...Show More Summary
Glasgow?s Gallery of Modern Art presents a group exhibition with works by Stansfield/Hooykaas, Arthur Ginsberg with Video Free America and Videofreex, which explores the beginnings of video as an art form and its relationship to counterculture. Show More Summary
Christopher Grimes Gallery is presenting a solo exhibition of new works by Veronika Kellndorfer. This body of work stems from her 2015 solo exhibition at the Casa de Vidro in São Paulo, home of celebrated Italian-born Brazilian architect Lina Bo Bardi. Show More Summary
Baroque is one of those words whose meaning changes slightly depending on context and perspective. It could refer to a specific or general time period, or to a style of art, architecture, music, or other creative endeavor. Possibly derived...Show More Summary
Among contemporary British artists, Glenn Brown is one of the most unusual and most unique. After completing his MA in 1992 at London?s distinguished Goldsmiths College, he struck out against the prevailing artistic current. At thisShow More Summary
The University of California, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive presents Sojourner Truth, Photography, and the Fight Against Slavery, on view July 27 through October 23, 2016. The exhibition features a large selection of photographic...Show More Summary
Lyons Wier Gallery presents its second group summer show, "Converging Landscapes," featuring artists Jose Anico, Steve Cope, Valeri Larko, Peter Roux and Mark Zimmermann. The exhibition addresses how contemporary artists use the landscape as their muse. Show More Summary
Destination: Latin America, a provocative and informative new exhibition at the Neuberger Museum of Art in Purchase, New York, ?is a true journey through the art of twentieth and twenty-first century Latin American Art,? according to...Show More Summary
Grayson Perry is one of Britain?s greatest artists. He is loved for his personality and appreciated for his art. In this, his first major solo exhibition in Denmark, his works can now be viewed at ARoS Aarhus Art Museum. Strong forces are let loose when ARoS opens its doors for the exhibition Hold Your Beliefs Lightly by British Grayson Perry (b. Show More Summary
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