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Matt Enger to Display 'All I Want for Christmas' (My Favorite Fhings) Holiday Art Shop, 12/03-31Matt Enger to Display 'All I Want for Christmas' (My Favorite Fhings) Holiday Art Shop, 12/03-31
by BWW News Desk - November 23, 2014

Artist Matt Enger will fill the gallery at 166 Mott Street with paintings, prints, and wearable art with themes similar to those influencing his art ­– motorcycles, rock 'n' roll, American history, and growing up in a military family in Oklahoma, with 'all I Want for Christmas' Dec. 3-31 at Amy Li Projects. (more...)


Phil Kline's UNSILENT NIGHT Returns for a 23rd Edition in Cities Across the United States This DecemberPhil Kline's UNSILENT NIGHT Returns for a 23rd Edition in Cities Across the United States This December
by BWW News Desk - November 23, 2014

This December, Phil Kline's luminous and shimmering mobile sound-sculpture UNSILENT NIGHT returns for a 23rd edition in cities across the United States and abroad. Since its debut on the streets of Greenwich Village in 1992, Unsilent Night has grown organically as a true word-of-mouth phenomenon; it is now a worldwide annual holiday event and has been presented in over 95 cities and on four continents. (more...)


Winchester Bible Exhibit to Be Displayed at Medieval Europe Gallery, 12/9Winchester Bible Exhibit to Be Displayed at Medieval Europe Gallery, 12/9
by BWW News Desk - November 23, 2014

Masterfully illuminated pages from two volumes of the magnificent, lavishly ornamented Winchester Bible—a pivotal landmark of medieval art from around 1200—will be shown at The Metropolitan Museum of Art for three months, beginning December 9, in the exhibition The Winchester Bible: A Masterpiece of Medieval Art. Probably commissioned around 1155–60 by the wealthy and powerful Henry of Blois (1129–1171), who was the Bishop of Winchester (and grandson of William the Conqueror and King Stephen's brother), the manuscript is the Cathedral's single greatest surviving treasure. Renovations at Winchester Cathedral provide the opportunity for these pages, which feature the Old Testament, to travel to New York. This presentation marks the first time the work will be shown in the United States. At the Metropolitan Museum, the pages of one bound volume will be turned once each month; three unbound bi-folios with lavish initials from the other volume—which is currently undergoing conservation—will be on view simultaneously for the duration of the exhibition. (more...)


Artist Dimitrina Stamboldjiev Kutriansky 'Transcends the Ordinary' in New ExhibitArtist Dimitrina Stamboldjiev Kutriansky 'Transcends the Ordinary' in New Exhibit
by BWW News Desk - November 22, 2014

Dimitrina Stamboldjiev Kutriansky will show new works at her upcoming exhibit at Compônere Gallery of Art in the St. Louis Delmar Loop. 'Transcending the Ordinary' will feature oil and pastel paintings, as well as silverpoint and mixed media drawings. (more...)


ArteQuesta Announces Limited Edition Art Print From Urban Artist Evan SkrederstuArteQuesta Announces Limited Edition Art Print From Urban Artist Evan Skrederstu
by BWW News Desk - November 22, 2014

Leading fine art investment company ArteQuesta today announced that urban artist, Evan Skrederstu, has produced an exclusive collection of 12 art prints entitled 'Titanus' for ArteQuesta clients. (more...)


The Royal Ontario Museum Presents WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR TodayThe Royal Ontario Museum Presents WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR Today
by BWW News Desk - November 22, 2014

The world-renowned Wildlife Photographer of the Year (WPY) exhibition returns to the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) this fall. The exhibition, on tour from the Natural History Museum in London, makes its North American debut and begins its Canadian engagement at the ROM today, November 22, 2014. (more...)


MoMA Opens 'UNEVEN GROWTH' Megacities Exhibition TodayMoMA Opens 'UNEVEN GROWTH' Megacities Exhibition Today
by BWW News Desk - November 22, 2014

Uneven Growth: Tactical Urbanisms for Expanding Megacities, a 14-month initiative to examine new architectural possibilities that address the rapid and uneven growth of six global metropolises -- Hong Kong, Istanbul, Lagos, Mumbai, New York, and Rio de Janeiro -- culminates in an exhibition at The Museum of Modern Art from today, November 22, 2014, through May 10, 2015. (more...)


The Brooklyn Museum Presents The 2nd Annual American Fine Craft Show Brooklyn This WeekendThe Brooklyn Museum Presents The 2nd Annual American Fine Craft Show Brooklyn This Weekend
by BWW News Desk - November 22, 2014

The second annual American Fine Craft Show Brooklyn at Brooklyn Museum's Beaux-Arts Court this weekend, November 22 and 23, 2014, timed for holiday shopping, will feature handmade ceramics, furniture, glass, jewelry, decorative and wearable fiber, leather apparel, and sculpture. There will be 90 exhibitors in all. (more...)


The Mexican Museum Expands Leadership StaffThe Mexican Museum Expands Leadership Staff
by BWW News Desk - November 21, 2014

As The Mexican Museum plans for the July 2015 groundbreaking for its new home at 706 Mission Street in the heart of the Yerba Buena Gardens Art District, the premier West Coast museum of Mexican, Mexican-American, Chicano, Latin American, and Latino art, culture and heritage announces the addition of Armando E. Zumaya and Cynthia Ann Doll to the Museum's leadership team. (more...)


Illuminated Pages from Winchester Bible to be Displayed at Met MuseumIlluminated Pages from Winchester Bible to be Displayed at Met Museum
by BWW News Desk - November 21, 2014

Masterfully illuminated pages from two volumes of the magnificent, lavishly ornamented Winchester Bible-a pivotal landmark of medieval art from around 1200-will be shown at The Metropolitan Museum of Art for three months, beginning December 9, in the exhibition The Winchester Bible: A Masterpiece of Medieval Art. Probably commissioned around 1155-60 by the wealthy and powerful Henry of Blois (1129-1171), who was the Bishop of Winchester (and grandson of William the Conqueror and King Stephen's brother), the manuscript is the Cathedral's single greatest surviving treasure. Renovations at Winchester Cathedral provide the opportunity for these pages, which feature the Old Testament, to travel to New York. This presentation marks the first time the work will be shown in the United States. At the Metropolitan Museum, the pages of one bound volume will be turned once each month; three unbound bi-folios with lavish initials from the other volume-which is currently undergoing conservation-will be on view simultaneously for the duration of the exhibition. (more...)


Sheila Cuellar-Shaffer Exhibit to Open at 709 GallerySheila Cuellar-Shaffer Exhibit to Open at 709 Gallery
by BWW News Desk - November 21, 2014

The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust announces the opening of Recent Works by Sheila Cuellar-Shaffer, an exhibition of the artist's new work in painting. The exhibition is on view at 709 Penn Gallery in the Cultural District December 5, 2014–January 4, 2015. An exhibition opening and reception is held Friday, December 5, 2014, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. (more...)


Finalists Announced for USA Exhibit to the 2015 Prague Quadrennial of Performance Design & SpaceFinalists Announced for USA Exhibit to the 2015 Prague Quadrennial of Performance Design & Space
by BWW News Desk - November 21, 2014

The USITT-USA curatorial team chose two shows from Ripe Time Theatre in New York, a multimedia production from Paul Abacus, a “wandering opera” staged at LA's Union Station, and performance pieces from faculty at Auburn University in Alabama and Colorado College as the best overall productions for the exhibit. (more...)


MYSTERIES FROM EUROPE Exhibit to Be Displayed at Phoenix Art Museum, TodayMYSTERIES FROM EUROPE Exhibit to Be Displayed at Phoenix Art Museum, Today
by BWW News Desk - November 21, 2014

Virtually every art museum has works by unidentified artists in their collection. We know what the works are, and based on a variety of information ranging from style, paper, composition, subject matter and even colors used, can indicate when and where a work was created. What we don't always know is who made them. Mysteries from Europe is an exhibition that highlights works by these unidentified artists. (more...)


Museum of the Moving Image Presents FIRST LOOK Showcase, 1/9Museum of the Moving Image Presents FIRST LOOK Showcase, 1/9
by BWW News Desk - November 21, 2014

Museum of the Moving Image has announced the lineup for its First Look Festival, an expanded and reconceived version of its annual showcase for inventive new international cinema. Now in its fourth year, First Look,with a lineup that has expanded both in size and scope, is now officially a festival, the first major moving image event of the year. First Look will take place at the Museum from January 9 through 18, 2015. “First Look reflects the breadth and adventurousness that defines the Museum,” said Chief Curator David Schwartz. “This year, we are expanding beyond programs in the Redstone Theater, with screenings in the Bartos Screening Room, and a newly commissioned large-scale video installation.” The Museum is also announcing a programming partnership with FIDMarseille, the cutting-edge documentary festival programmed under the leadership of Jean-Pierre Rehm. (more...)


GATHERINGS Exhibition Opens Today at Pittsburgh's 707 Penn GalleryGATHERINGS Exhibition Opens Today at Pittsburgh's 707 Penn Gallery
by BWW News Desk - November 21, 2014

The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust announces the opening of gatherings, an exhibition created by artist Becky Slemmons, which questions religious conflict and explores the relationship between the ritual of attending worship services and the ritual of making art. The exhibition is on view today, November 21 - December 31, 2014, at 707 Penn Gallery. An opening reception takes place tonight, November 21, 2014, from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. (more...)


Civil Rights Portraits by Daniel Roumain On View at Winter Center TonightCivil Rights Portraits by Daniel Roumain On View at Winter Center Tonight
by BWW News Desk - November 21, 2014

“Civil Rights Portraits as Democratic Vistas,” a special presentation tonight, Nov. 21, 7:30 p.m., at the Winter Visual and Performing Arts Center of Millersville University, will feature original music composed and performed by violinist and composer Daniel Bernard Roumain and the highly acclaimed Voxare String Quartet, as well as the word artistry of poet, playwright and novelist Carl Hancock Rux. The Winter Center is located at 60 W. Cottage Avenue, Millersville. (more...)


Photo Flash: Ryan Trecartin Appears at Frost Art MuseumPhoto Flash: Ryan Trecartin Appears at Frost Art Museum
by BWW News Desk - November 20, 2014

The Helen Venero Artist Lecture Series presented Ryan Trecartin in Miami on November 19 to a packed auditorium at Florida International University's Frost Art Museum, followed by a reception with the artist. Scroll down for photos from the event! (more...)


BWW Reviews: The Shapes, the Colors, the Triumph of HENRI MATISSE: THE CUT-OUTSBWW Reviews: The Shapes, the Colors, the Triumph of HENRI MATISSE: THE CUT-OUTS
by Patrick Kennedy - November 20, 2014

A new exhibition at MoMA reaffirms Henri Matisse's status as one of the most vital artists of the 20th century. (more...)


Jo Baer, Anne Neukamp, and Diane Simpson Exhibit Begins 12/13 at Mitchell-Innes & NashJo Baer, Anne Neukamp, and Diane Simpson Exhibit Begins 12/13 at Mitchell-Innes & Nash
by BWW News Desk - November 20, 2014

Mitchell-Innes & Nash is pleased to present a three-person show with Jo Baer, Anne Neukamp, and Diane Simpson. This will be the gallery's first time exhibiting work by these three artists and will include a range of paintings and sculptures from 1978 to the present. The exhibition will be on view from December 13, 2014 through January 26, 2015. (more...)


Lost Painting, Gifted by Birmingham Teacher, to Be Displayed at National Gallery Today, 11/20Lost Painting, Gifted by Birmingham Teacher, to Be Displayed at National Gallery Today, 11/20
by BWW News Desk - November 20, 2014

A painting by Scottish artist Sir David Wilkie, that was thought to be lost for more than 140 years, goes on display at the National Gallery, London today (20 November 2014) – and its purchase is all thanks to the gift of a Birmingham art teacher. (more...)


Staten Island Children's Museum Unveils Student Created STEM ExhibitStaten Island Children's Museum Unveils Student Created STEM Exhibit
by BWW News Desk - November 20, 2014

Recently, the Staten Island Children's Museum partnered with The Children's Aid Society, Goodhue Center to offer a Lights on Afterschool Event! called 'What Can You Build with a Cardboard Box?' Over 150 elementary aged children, all participants in the afterschool program at the Goodhue Center, worked collaboratively in small groups to create buildings from oversized corrugated boxes, assorted cardboard tubes and colorful tape. (more...)


Wildlife Photographer of the Year Exhibition to Open at Royal Ontario Museum, 11/22Wildlife Photographer of the Year Exhibition to Open at Royal Ontario Museum, 11/22
by BWW News Desk - November 20, 2014

(Toronto, Ontario – November 19, 2014) – Wildlife Photographer of the Year (WPY) exhibition opens Saturday, November 22, 2014 at the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM). The exhibition, on tour from the Natural History Museum in London, makes its Canadian debut at the ROM where it will be on display until March 22, 2015. WPY is the most prestigious wildlife photography contest of its kind and showcases the natural world's most astonishing images. Now in its 50th year, the competition draws entries from around the globe from both amateur and professional photographers. Winning entries are featured in the exhibition and selected by an international panel of judges based on creativity, artistry and technical complexity. This year's winning Canadian entries, from photographers Nick Hawkins and Jess Findlay, feature images from the Earth's Diversity, Birds category. (more...)


Bruno Mars Performs Tonight at The American Museum of Natural History's 2014 MUSEUM GALABruno Mars Performs Tonight at The American Museum of Natural History's 2014 MUSEUM GALA
by BWW News Desk - November 20, 2014

A much-anticipated highlight of the fall season, the Museum Gala is the American Museum of Natural History's largest annual benefit. More than 750 guests are expected to attend this year's dazzling evening, hosted by Tina Fey. Following cocktails in the Theodore Roosevelt Rotunda, guests will enjoy a dinner menu designed by Mario Batali, a live auction, and a performance by Bruno Mars in the Milstein Hall of Ocean Life (more...)


18th Annual Eastside Culture Crawl Set for Now thru 11/2318th Annual Eastside Culture Crawl Set for Now thru 11/23
by BWW News Desk - November 20, 2014

The 18th annual Eastside Culture Crawl - a four-day celebration of art and expression in all its beautiful and bizarre manifestations - runs today, November 20, through the 23rd, 2014 in studios, homes, garages, and more, throughout Vancouver's Eastside. The annual festival brings thousands of visitors to the area bounded by Main Street, 1st Avenue, Victoria Drive, and the waterfront to meet an impressive array of painters, jewelers, sculptors, potters, photographers, glassblowers, furniture designers, and more. (more...)


Utah Cultural Celebration Center Hosts TREES OF DIVERSITY Opening Reception TonightUtah Cultural Celebration Center Hosts TREES OF DIVERSITY Opening Reception Tonight
by BWW News Desk - November 20, 2014

As part of its seasonal programming, the Utah Cultural Celebration Center presents the annual Trees of Diversity galleria exhibition and Opening Reception. The reception will be held today, November 20, from 6 to 9 p.m. (more...)




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