The exhibition Contemporary Architecture in Finland presents selected contemporary Finnish architecture projects that fascinate not only with their high functional and technical quality, but also with their special capability of focusing on human needs. Wood is predominantly used, as it is a natural resource in Finland
John Armstrong: Engaged Abstraction and Prior-Armstrong Studio February 6 – May 23, 2009 at Missoula Art Museum (MAM)
Singapore Art Museum (SAM)
APAD: Tradition, Innovation & Continuity
13 December 2008 to 5 April 2009
Singapore Art Museum (SAM) and Angkatan Pelukis Aneka Daya (APAD) are proud to present APAD: Tradition, Innovation & Continuity, an exhibition that showcases works by members of APAD; ranging from established artists such as S Mohdir, A Ghani Hamid, Iskandar Jalil, Sarkasi Said and Tumadi Patri, to young promising artists such as Rofizano Zaino, Harman Hussin, Amin Yasin, Sazali Rahmat and Rudy Djoharnaen. The exhibition reflects the group’s diversity in art practices which straddle both the old and new over its 46-year reign in the arts scene.
Singapore Art Museum (SAM) is it tomorrow yet? Highlights from the Daimler Art Collection (1926 – 2006) 27 November 2008 to 1 March 2009
Celebrate Valentine’s Day with a smArt Film Screening of Running Fence The Asheville Art Museum Screens Running Fence Saturday, February 14, 2009 at 2:00 p.m.
Brilliant Chinese Paintings and Calligraphies of Ming Dynasty in New Exhibition at Metropolitan Museum
Exhibition dates: January 23 – September 13, 2009
Location: Galleries for Chinese Paintings and Calligraphy
Drawn entirely from the extensive resources of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Arts of the Ming Dynasty: China’s Age of Brilliance will present a grand array of artworks created during one of the most celebrated dynasties in Chinese history.
Ten Exhibition Features Gifts from Museum Collector’s Group September 27, 2008 – April 5, 2009
From 21 January – 21 March 2009, the Museo de la Ciudad Santiago de Querétaro, Querétaro, Mexico, will host the famous Dutch artist’s, Jackie Sleper, touring exhibition “Dulce y Amargo” inspired by, and dedicated to, Mexico and the Mexican painter Frida Kahlo and curated by Matty Roca.