Monthly Archives: July 2021

Phillips Collection director Dorothy Kosinski to leave

[ad_1] Dorothy Kosinski, who has been director and CEO of the Phillips Collection since 2008, is expected to leave the private institution in Washington, DC, at the end of 2022. During her tenure, the centennial Phillips Collection, which claims to be the first museum in modern art of the country, …

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15 Colorado Music Festivals Coming This Summer

[ad_1] It’s official, live music is back. With new shows announced at Red Rocks – which is now open at capacity almost every day, and local concert halls featuring new and familiar performers every weekend, there’s no better place than here. in Colorado. Plus, summer music festivals are springing up …

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The back room: return to form

[ad_1] A financier in his Fifth Avenue office in New York City. (Photo by TIMOTHY A. CLARY / AFP via Getty Images) As the Delta variant Tearing up unvaccinated populations around the world, the number of cases, hospitalizations and deaths are all on the rise. But with existing COVID-19 injections …

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teamLab Borderless in Odaiba will close in August 2022

[ad_1] Just three years after its opening in the summer of 2018, the Odaiba digital art museum teamLab without borders announced its closure around this time next year. But do not worry ; unlike dozens of Tokyo attractions that have been forced to close permanently amid the pandemic, the ever-popular …

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The disappearance of Dollhaus II?

[ad_1] 1/3 Emma Louise wears one of her pink mannequins inside her art gallery, Dollhaus II, on Cottage Street. Photos by Daniel Israël. 2/3 The models were installed by a representative of Bergdorf Goodman, according to gallery owner Emma Louise. 3/3 Mannequins are a common sight inside and outside the …

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CAN WE EVER KNOW THE MEANING OF THESE OBJECTS?

[ad_1] “Archaeologists excavate sites and objects from the past, then write about them; while artists create and invent objects or situations in the present. Sarah Scott, World Archeology Vol. 38, (Taylor and François: 2018) “Without the allure of objects – we are trapped in the midst of the swirling black …

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Moses Lake takes action towards Creative District designation

[ad_1] Moses Lake’s vision to designate downtown as a creative neighborhood has passed the dream stage. A creative district is a pedestrian zone for artistic activities and businesses, a community heart for living, working and visiting. Once a Creative District is designated, the Washington State Commission for the Arts (ArtsWA) …

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Indigenous artwork at the Dairy, an exhibition centered on Niwot and Tony Ortega’s Mexican-American mashups – Boulder Daily Camera

[ad_1] Rock area 15th Street Gallery “Magia Chicana”, by Tony Ortega; open by appointment 11 am-3pm from Thursday to Saturday; 1708 15th Street, Boulder; 303-447-2841; 15thstreetgalleryboulder.com Ana Art Gallery Art by local, African and Caribbean artists; from noon to 5 p.m. from Friday to Sunday; 958 Cherryvale Road, Boulder; 303-261-5936; …

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7 reasons Scottsdale, Arizona is perfect for snowbirds

[ad_1] Scottsdale is a beautiful Southwestern destination for snowbirds who want to escape their freezing winter wonderland. The winter weather is perfect for a visit or an extended stay. You can enjoy the hot and sunny desert climate every day. Offering beautiful resorts, communities for those over 55, and short-term …

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3 art gallery exhibitions to see right now

[ad_1] Corita Kent Until August 13. Andrew Kreps, 22 Cortlandt Alley, Manhattan; (212) 741-8849, andrewkreps.com. Corita Kent, also known as Sister Mary Corita, was quite famous for a nun. She headlined a 1967 Newsweek article on the State of the American Convent, and she worked on major commercial advertising campaigns …

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The Louvre art detective is looking for looted paintings

[ad_1] Polack had already made a name for himself abroad, as a member of an international working group in Germany following the discovery of around 1,500 works taken away by Cornelius Gurlitt, whose father, Hildebrand, had bought works of art for Hitler. While working for the task force, she discovered …

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Mid-July Events in Mother Lode

Bring plenty of water if you are visiting or going out for the many upcoming local events, as temperatures will remain very hot next week. the The Tuolumne Library Summer Reading Program continues at the Sonora Main Library and other branches as shown here. Tonight, Thursday July 15th is the …

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Alex Harsley has spent half a century defending other photographers. Today, at the age of 83, the eyes of the art world have finally turned to him.

Alex Harsley’s new exhibition, an investigation into his six-decade-plus photography career at Brooklyn’s Pioneer Works, is a big deal. In terms of reach, this is probably the biggest of his life. And yet, the octogenarian artist does not exactly make a lap of honor. “I’ve gone way beyond that stuff,” …

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Museums plan a summer of fun for the kids

[ad_1] From giant scribbles to sensory zones, museums, galleries and heritage sites are gearing up for a summer of fun to improve the well-being of children and youth after a traumatic year. Many institutions are preparing to participate in the UK-wide Summer of Play campaign led by children’s charities, including …

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Local artists named winners of Michigan Fine Arts Competition, exhibition until August 19 • Oakland County Times

Local artists named winners of Michigan Fine Arts Competition, exhibition until August 19 Local artists named winners of Michigan Fine Arts Competition, exhibition until August 19 (BBAC, July 11, 2021) Birmingham, Michigan – Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center (BBAC), a regional non-profit art center committed to promoting visual arts experiences for …

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Galerie Petzel expands and moves

[ad_1] In a major movement in the art world, the Petzel Gallery is moving its contemporary collection and exhibition space to 520-530 W. 25th St. Leaving his longtime home at 456 W. 18th St., Petzel will more than double his footprint with 11,000 square feet of gallery space on the …

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Short North Art Gallery will be free for artists

[ad_1] A Columbus developer and restaurateur have teamed up with other developers to provide free art space in Short North. Details have yet to be announced, such as the location of the space, but the partners say they are trying to keep art in the neighborhood, which has become dominated …

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Arts + Entertainment – Fort Bragg Advocate-News

[ad_1] Flores de Verano Flamenco en Vivo at the Caspar Community Center Seattle-based flamenco dancer Savannah Fuentes brings her latest work, Flores de Verano Flamenco en Vivo, to the Caspar Community Center, 15051 Caspar Road, on Sunday, July 11 at 8 p.m. ET. After a year of confinement and self-reflection, …

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South Korea to build new museum to house Samsung collection

[ad_1] On July 7, South Korea’s Culture, Sports and Tourism Minister Hwang Hee announced the establishment of a new museum to house the art collection of former Samsung Group chairman Lee Kun- hee. Lee’s heirs donated the multibillion-dollar collection – which includes 23,181 works of art and cultural objects by …

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Scienjoy announces strategic partnership to create NFTs and live broadcasts for young artists around the world

BEIJING, July 7, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Scienjoy Holding Corporation (“Scienjoy”, the “Company”) (NASDAQ: SJ), a leading mobile live entertainment streaming platform in China, today announced that it has entered into a strategic partnership with the Global Friendship Exchange Foundation (“GFE Foundation”), a US-based non-profit organization dedicated to supporting …

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Obituary: Tetlow Parham Park | Boca Beacon

Tetlow Parham Park of Ithaca, NY passed away suddenly at her home on Thursday, May 20, 2021 in the presence of her 59-year-old husband and two beloved dogs. Tetlow was born Elizabeth Tetlow Parham, known to everyone as Tet because her mother never called her Elizabeth. Tetlow said she never …

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Newcastle Museum wins major national award

[ad_1] The Newcastle Museum became the first local government-run museum to be named the grand winner of the National Museums and Galleries Awards. In a huge blow to the regional museum, the Newcastle Museum was named the most impressive entry among 42 finalists in 16 categories for its 1X4 social …

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David Zwirner to represent Katherine Bernhardt

[ad_1] Katherine Bernhardt, Grandmaster Flash, 2021; Katherine Bernhardt. Photo: Dina Litovsky; Katherine Bernhardt, McDonald’s + Supreme, 2020 (detail). Both works © Katherine Bernhardt July 2, 2021 – David Zwirner is pleased to announce the representation of American artist Katherine Bernhardt in partnership with Canada. David Zwirner will present an exhibition …

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Daniel Borg’s midlife crisis

[ad_1] Although Daniel Borg is a newcomer to the visual arts scene, he is no newbie to the local music scene, having been a member of Maltese bands such as Skimmed, The Velts, Fastidju and Superlove. Also coming from a design background, he believes his move to art was a …

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13 free things to do in Breckenridge

[ad_1] Isak Heartstone, by Danish artist Thomas Dambo, sits along Illinois Creek on June 24, 2019 in Breckenridge.Photo by Hugh Carey / Summit Daily Archives Looking to explore Breckenridge? You’re in luck because there are so many ways to explore the community without spending a dime. Here is a taste …

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New York’s oldest museum expands

[ad_1] New York’s oldest museum gets a facelift. The New-York Historical Society will add more than 70,000 square feet to its building, including space for the American LGBTQ + Museum, the city’s first museum dedicated to LGBTQ history and culture. (The Leslie-Lohman Museum of Art in SoHo focuses solely on …

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Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum: Cynthia Riccio promoted to Associate Director and Director of Visitor Engagement at the Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum

2021-07-02 Wethersfield, Connecticut (April 29, 2021) – The Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum appointed Cynthia Joseph Riccio Associate Director and Director of Visitor Engagement in recognition of her accomplishments and expanded responsibilities. The Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum is owned by the National Society of The Colonial Dames of America in the state of Connecticut. “Cindy’s …

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Senator Sydney Kamlager Delivers Big For District 30 Of The California Senate, Securing Over $ 400 Million In Investment – Los Angeles Sentinel | Los Angeles Sentry

[ad_1] Senator Sydney Kamlager delivers big for District 30 of the California Senate, securing more than $ 400 million in investment Sydney Kamlager (AP Photo / Rich Pedroncelli, file) This week, the Legislature passed the 2021 Budget Act. This bold, responsible and balanced budget must be signed by Governor Newsom …

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