WHAT/WHO: The UM Miller Center for Contemporary Judaic Studies will host a special opening and reception for a series of paintings about the Holocaust by Tom Muhl, a child survivor from Budapest, Hungary. Tom will talk about how his experiences as a ten-year old in the Budapest Ghetto in 1944 are reflected in his art. […]
Teresa Tamura – Made in Minidoka: The Incarceration of Japanese Americans in Idaho Missoula Art Museum (MAM) October 2 – December 31, 2009
The Art Institute of Chicago launches its partnership with the art video site ArtBabble.org . ArtBabble, an online “channel” for showcasing art-based video content, was created by the Indianapolis Museum of Art and launched in April 2009 with participation from a number of different institutions and organizations, including Art21, the Los Angeles County Museum of […]
Liza Lou’s recent work Continuous Mile, an ambitious and engaging large-scale sculpture made of gleaming white beads, went on view at The Metropolitan Museum of Art on January 23, 2009. The work is a two-year loan from the artist and is on display on the second floor of the Museum’s Lila Acheson Wallace Wing for […]
Performance, Video, Music, and Audio Features by Contemporary New York Artists Included in Metropolitan Museum’s “Pictures Generation” Exhibition this Spring
The Pictures Generation, 1974–1984, on view at The Metropolitan Museum of Art from April 21 through August 2, 2009, will include performances, videos, and music by several contemporary New York artists, as well as related film screenings and audio features.
Fiona Hall: Force Field (selected works), presents the work by one of Australia’s leading and most inventive artists. Curated by Gregory O’Brien, Paula Savage (City Gallery Wellington) and Vivienne Webb (Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney), Fiona Hall: Force Field (selected works) includes two major new works inspired by Hall’s recent time in New Zealand.
An art project commissioned by The Mint Museum has reignited an old debate over whether Queen Charlotte – the city’s namesake – was part black.
Delaware Art Museum welcomes new acquistion by Aaron Douglas in celebration of Black History Month