Category Archives: Exhibitions

Cuban Art On the Move

Look for Queloides an exhibition that focuses loosely around the issue of race in Cuba. Queloides refers to scars left on the skin from trauma. The exhibition was first shown in Havana, then Pittsburgh and will be opening in April … Continue reading

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Anxiety on the Fault Line

Anxiety on the Fault Line http://www.nytimes.com/2011/03/18/arts/d… A new exhibition of 16 artists at Japan Society highlights recent Japanese works that reveal a mood of anxiety.

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NMAH… Taxpayers pay for bad lighting?

Let’s play the blame game… The National Museum of American History has been criticized for its $85 million renovation that was completed in 2008, that some say was a failure. Though there are still debates whether the new renovations have … Continue reading

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Irvine Contemporary

http://irvinecontemporary.com/index.php Actually used this image for a project, so cool! Must see if you’re in the district 1412 14th Street NW Up till April 16th, Tuesday – Saturday, 11AM-6PM Just FYI the gallery is closed till 3/29

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Cheim & Read

http://www.cheimread.com/exhibitions/2011-02-17_pat-steir/# Last week to see this exhibition ends March 26 547 West 25th Street New York, NY 10001 Tuesday – Saturday 10 am – 6 pm

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