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Betye Saar's first solo show in an American museum in five years opens in Arizona

last weekArts : Artdaily

The Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art announces the exhibition Betye Saar: Still Tickin??the artist?s first solo show in an American museum in five years. This retrospective, on view January 30 through May 1, includes multimediaShow More Summary

Walters Art Museum announces new appointments

last weekArts : Artdaily

The Walters Art Museum today announced two staff promotions in its new Art and Program Division, comprising the Education, Conservation and Curatorial Departments. Amanda Kodeck has been named the Ruth R. Marder Director of Education...Show More Summary

Georgia Museum of Art gives visitors an opportunity to touch

last weekArts : Artdaily

Have you ever wondered just what goes on behind the scenes at an art museum or why visitors aren?t allowed to touch works of art? The Georgia Museum of Art at the University of Georgia will reveal some of its secrets through hands-on displays in the exhibition ?Tools of the Trade,? which runs from January 30 to March 16, 2016. Show More Summary

MoMA Expansion Scaled Back With Revised Timeline

Two years after the Museum of Modern Art unveiled plans for its massive expansion (which included the controversial demolition of the much-beloved American Folk Art Museum building), it looks like some progress will finally be made. Construction will begin...

Frida Kahlo’s ‘Dos Mujeres’ Finds A New Home In Boston

…and Dos Mujeres makes thirteen. Prior to The Museum of Fine Art’s acquisition of the first painting Frida Kahlo ever sold, there were twelve of her paintings in U.S. museum collections. Earlier this week, the trustees of the Boston gallery made it a baker’s dozen when they agreed to the purchase for an amount that... Show More Summary

The Frye's Mounting a Double Exhibition by Noah Davis and Kahlil Joseph

That's Noah Davis in 2010 with his son Moses, who's five years old now. They're sitting on the floor of the James Harris Gallery in Pioneer Square. Kelly O This is big news: The Frye Art Museum in April, working with guest curator Maikoiyo...Show More Summary

Art Gallery Of Ontario Picks A New Director

“Stephan Jost is the director of the Honolulu Museum of Art (HoMA), an institution that, while much smaller in scope and ambition than the AGO, has enjoyed significant growth and stabilized finances under his leadership over the past five years.”

How to ship an artistic masterpiece

Museums often borrow works of art for exhibitions, but how does a precious, fragile painting from, say, New York make its way to Atlanta without a speck of damage? This month the Georgia Museum of Art offers a rare glimpse into the complexities of shipping a work.

Teaching an old Met contemporary tricks: Museum director Thomas Campbell on launching Met Breuer

New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art may be almost a century and a half old, but that doesn't mean that one of the oldest art institutions in the United States isn't intent on evolving. In mid-March, the museum will open a branch devoted to Modern and contemporary art: The Met Breuer, which will...

5 things to do: Yani Mo

Friday, January 29, 2016 Nuido, The Way of Embroidery at Oglethorpe University Museum of Art

Bangladeshi Photographers Capture the Fallout from Their Country’s Globalization

last weekArts : Hyperallergic

Transitions: New Photography from Bangladesh, a collaboration between the Bangladeshi American Creative Collective and the Bronx Museum of the Arts, offers a dark view of the forces of industrial production and globalization at work in contemporary Bangladesh.

Dance, music, light, and sound in Palm Springs Art Museum's new programming

last weekArts : Artdaily

The Annenberg Theater at Palm Springs Art Museum has announced new programming with the Fluid Art Series, sponsored by Eisenhower Health. The series debuts in February with three separate performances that showcase a variety of mediums including dance, photography, music, light, sound, and more. Show More Summary

"The Power of Prints: The Legacy of William M. Ivins and A. Hyatt Mayor" opens at the Metropolitan

last weekArts : Artdaily

The history of the Metropolitan Museum?s collection of works of art on paper?now one of the most important and most comprehensive in the world?began 100 years ago with the unlikely and astonishing story of its first two curators, neither of whom was trained as an art historian. Show More Summary

Norton Museum of Art features Njideka Akunyili Crosby as the 2016 RAW Artist

last weekArts : Artdaily

The Norton Museum of Art presents the work of Njideka Akunyili Crosby in the 2016 Recognition of Art by Women (RAW) exhibition. On view January 28 ? April 24, 2016, Njideka Akunyili Crosby: I Refuse to be Invisible is the first survey exhibition of the Nigerian-born, Los Angeles-based artist?s work. Show More Summary

Made in China: New ceramix works by Keiko Fukazawa on view at the Craft & Folk Art Museum

last weekArts : Artdaily

The Craft & Folk Art Museum presents Made in China: New Ceramic Works by Keiko Fukazawa, the first solo museum exhibition of the Los Angeles-based ceramic artist. For the past three years, Fukazawa has visited Jingdezhen, China - the...Show More Summary

Berkeley Art Museum Steps Up With A Big New Home

“As much as anything else, the 83,000-square-foot, $112 million fusion of museum and movie house is a bid by UC Berkeley to put its museum on the arts map as a revived, vital West Coast cultural force.”

Woven Worlds Devour the Children's Museum of Art

Tapestries are just the beginning at 'Sew What?' an upcoming exhibition at the Children's Museum of Art in New York.

Art Institute Of Chicago Gets A New Director

James Rondeau, the highly regarded chair of the museum’s department of modern and contemporary art, will take over as president and Eloise W. Martin director Feb. 16, after a Thursday morning vote affirming his appointment by the institution’s board.

The 12 Best Chicago Museums You Might Not Have Heard Of

Did you know there's a museum devoted to lapidary art in Elmhurst? Did you know "lapidary" was a word? [ more › ]

A gallery opening for gear heads: artist HotRod Jen to exhibit at AACA Museum

All art and photography courtesy of HotRod Jen. We first met “HotRod” Jen Thomas (née Skidmore) back in November of 2013 when writing a piece for Speedobilia in Hemmings Muscle Machines (issue #125) on her pinstriped Christmas ornaments. At the time, Jen’s primary source of income came from her job as a designer making arrangements at a florist, but […]

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