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Summer Exhibition “The Keeper” Opens This Week At The New Museum In New York City

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The highly anticipated “The Keeper” exhibition opens at the New Museum in New York City on Wednesday, July 20, 2016.  The summer exhibition is installed throughout four floors of the museum and is dedicated to the “act of preserving objects, artworks, and images, and to the passions that inspire this undertaking.” According to the New… Continue Reading

Bruce Mau: Winner of the Design Excellence Award

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This year, the Philadelphia Museum of Art awarded the Design Excellence Award to Bruce Mau.  According to the Museum, “Mau is internationally recognized for his achievements in design, including visual identities, brand systems, books, packaging, and exhibition graphics.  His most recent work applies design tools and concepts to environmental, social, economic, and political problems.” According… Continue Reading

“Audubon to Warhol: The Art of American Still Life” at the Philadelphia Museum of Art

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The Philadelphia Museum of Art is currently showing a new exhibition titled “Audubon to Warhol: The Art of American Still Life” through January 10, 2016. The exhibition is a survey of the works of nearly 100 artists and showcases some of the finest examples of American still life.  It features more than 130 oil paintings,… Continue Reading

Newest Private Collection Museum Of Contemporary Art, The Broad, Set To Open In Los Angeles

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As recently reviewed by the New York Times, one of the most highly anticipated private collection museums of contemporary art in the United States is fast approaching its opening day this weekend.  The new museum is named simply, The Broad, and is housed in a $140 million, striking three-story building with a bone-white colored honeycomb… Continue Reading

Inaugural Seattle Art Fair A Success With Tech Industry Boost

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After this past weekend’s close of the Seattle Art Fair, the Emerald City has been catapulted into the international art scene having been categorized for so long as a regional art center.  Among the more than 11,000 who attended the Seattle Art Fair, Paul Allen, billionaire co-founder of Microsoft and one of Seattle’s major cultural… Continue Reading

Long Disputed Painting Reclaimed As An Authentic Rembrandt

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An intriguing story recently appeared in the International New York Times regarding a long disputed painting that was recently found to be an authentic Rembrandt after all.  The controversial painting was cut down the middle and through its center in the 19th century and was likely to be sold as two Rembrandt paintings.  During the… Continue Reading

Richard Avedon: Family Affairs at the National Museum of American Jewish History

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The National Museum of American Jewish History (“NMAJH”) in Philadelphia is featuring a special exhibition titled, Richard Avedon: Family Affairs through August 2, 2015. The exhibition features a series of four portrait murals inspired by the revolutionary atmosphere of the 1960s and early 1970s, and a series of 69 portraits, originally published in Rolling Stone… Continue Reading

“Restoring A Legacy: Rothschild Family Treasures” Exhibit Opens At Museum Of Fine Arts, Boston

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A new exhibition celebrating recent gifts of an exquisite European collection to the Museum of Fine Arts (“MFA”) by the heirs of Bettina Looram de Rothschild, who was a daughter of the original owners Baron and Baroness Alphonse and Clarice de Rothschild of Vienna, opened yesterday.  Bettina Looram de Rothschild’s daughter, MFA Trustee Bettina Burr,… Continue Reading

Contemporary Street Art Emerging in Athens, Greece

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The country’s recent experiences with the hardships of economic collapse and unemployment have led to a new wave of innovative, contemporary street art in Greece.  And, the rise of socially and politically-minded graffiti is making Athens a new hotspot for street artists. Embracing this status, the city of Athens hosts the Athens Street Art Festival, an… Continue Reading

Philadelphia Museum of Art Features a Retrospective of Paul Strand’s Photography

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The Philadelphia Museum of Art is featuring “Paul Strand: Master of Modern Photography” from October 21, 2014 – January 4, 2015.  This retrospective presents the work of American photographer and filmmaker, Paul Strand (1890–1976), and includes approximately 250 of Strand’s prints, selected primarily from the Museum’s holdings, as well as public and private collections. Read… Continue Reading

Must-See Exhibition In Southern California This Summer And Fall

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This past weekend I ventured out to the California Science Center in Exposition Park near downtown Los Angeles.  I took in the much anticipated Pompeii:  The Exhibition (currently running through January 4, 2015) featuring over 150 exquisite artifacts on loan from the Naples National Archaeological Museum in Italy and was not disappointed.  The exhibition offers… Continue Reading

Immersive Artwork Grows in Popularity in 2013

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Artnet recently compiled a well curated list of “New York City’s Top 5 Immersive Shows of 2013.”  Immersive exhibits in New York were especially popular this past year with such exhibits appearing everywhere from galleries and museums to the streets.   This article presents a fascinating summary of immersive artwork from this past year.  I am looking… Continue Reading

Groundbreaking Impressionist Exhibit in Chicago This Summer

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It is not enough today for museum curators to simply assemble a selection of the works of the great Impressionists, such as Claude Monet, Edgar Degas and Pierre-Auguste Renoir, to attract the attention of over-saturated viewers, as reports this article. In order to obtain loans of coveted artwork from other preeminent museums and persuade those institutions to commit as touring venues as well as… Continue Reading

The Philadelphia Antique Show Scheduled For April 12th – 15th To Include Mid-Twentieth Century Art And Objects

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The Philadelphia Antique Show will be held April 12th-15th  at the Philadelphia Convention Center in Center City, Philadelphia. Like last year’s event, this year the Philadelphia Antique Show, which has been celebrated for fifty-two (52) years, will include works of art through the mid-twentieth century. Katharine Eyre, the event’s chair, noted that “the combination of modern art… Continue Reading


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An exquisite new exhibition entitled "Sicily:  Art and Invention between Greece and Rome" is scheduled to open at the Getty Villa in Pacific Palisades, California on April 3, 2013 and will run through August 13, 2013.  This latest much anticipated exhibition at the Getty Villa will present a number of masterpieces of ancient art from the… Continue Reading


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On March 2, 2013, the Young Friends of the Philadelphia Museum of Art will hold their annual Winter Gala celebrating the exhibition “Great and Mighty Things”: Outsider Art from the Jill and Sheldon Bonovitz Collection. The event attracts over six hundred (600) young professionals and art enthusiasts of all ages. Tickets are available on the Museum’s website. All… Continue Reading


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A new exhibit entitled The Last Days of Pompeii: Decadence, Apocalypse, Resurrection recently opened on September 12, 2012 at the Getty Villa in Pacific Palisades, California.  According to the J. Paul Getty Museum website, the exhibition "addresses the potent legacy of the ancient city of Pompeii in the modern imagination."  As the historical background of Pompeii goes,… Continue Reading


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The Fort Myers, Florida-based non-profit Art of the Olympians ("AOTO") Museum and Gallery currently has a traveling exhibit on display at University College London during this Summer’s 2012 Olympic Games in London.  A recent USA TODAY.com article noted that this is not AOTO’s first exhibit at the Olympics.  AOTO’s debut exhibit was during the 2008 Summer Olympic Games in… Continue Reading