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  1. Energy that is All Around

    Energy that is All Around

    Presenting more than 125 works by five artists who launched their careers in a gritty San Francisco neighborhood in the early 1990s, Energy That Is All Around/Mission School is the first East Coast...

    03.12.14

  2. Never Built: Los Angeles

    Never Built: Los Angeles

    Co-curated by Sam Lubell and Greg Goldin, Never Built: Los Angeles looks at visionary works that had the greatest potential to reshape the city, from buildings to master plans, parks to follies,...

    09.17.12

  3. West of Center

    West of Center

    During the 1960s and 1970s, a diverse range of artists and creative individuals based in the American West broke the barriers between art and lifestyle and embraced the new, hybrid sensibilities...

    09.17.12

  4. Bauhaus: Art as Life

    Bauhaus: Art as Life

    The Barbican Art Gallery is presenting works from the famous German art school Staatliches Bauhaus that represents its take on the utopian societies they visualized after World War I. The Bauhaus:...

    07.13.12

  5. Richard Diebenkorn: The Ocean Park Series

    Richard Diebenkorn: The Ocean Park Series

    The Corcoran Art Gallery in Washington, D.C., will open its exhibition of Richard Diebenkorn's Ocean Park series on June 30. It will include over 80 abstract works by the innovative artist...

    05.27.12

  6. Hammer, Chisel, Drill: Noguchi's Studio Practice

    Hammer, Chisel, Drill: Noguchi's Studio Practice

    The Hammer, Chisel, Drill exhibition will showcase the production process of sculptor Isamu Noguchi over the course of a career that lasted more than four decades. Located at the Noguchi Museum in...

    05.24.12

  7. Ellsworth Kelly: Prints and Paintings

    Ellsworth Kelly: Prints and Paintings

    The first retrospective examination of the artist’s prolific print practice since 1988. The exhibition includes over 100 prints and five paintings. The exhibition is organized thematically...

    01.01.12

  8. John Chamberlain: Choices

    John Chamberlain: Choices

    The exhibition of the American sculptor's work comprises nearly 100 pieces, from his earliest monochromatic welded iron-rod sculptures to the large-scale foil creations of recent years. This...

    12.29.11

  9. Lifelike

    Lifelike

    Lifelike invites a close examination of artworks based on commonplace objects and situations, which are startlingly realistic, often playful, and sometimes surreal. This international group...

    12.29.11

  10. Improving the Modern Home, 1900–1945

    Improving the Modern Home, 1900–1945

    This exhibition seeks to illustrate how designers in Europe and America responded to new ideas and attitudes about health, hygiene, and efficiency in the home in the early twentieth century....

    12.29.11

  11. Leo Villareal

    Leo Villareal

    This exhibition is a first for the artist, who is a pioneer in the use of LEDs and computer-driven imagery. Villareal is also known both for his light sculptures and architectural, site-specific...

    12.18.11

  12. Postmodernism: Style and Subversion 1970 – 1990

    Postmodernism: Style and Subversion 1970 – 1990

    Postmodernism: Style and Subversion 1970 – 1990 will include over 250 objects across all genres of art and design. The exhibition, curated by Glenn Adamson and Jane Pavitt, will be the first...

    09.08.11

  13. No Object is an Island: New Dialogues with the Cranbrook Collection

    No Object is an Island: New Dialogues with the Cranbrook Collection

    No Object is an Island: New Dialogues with the Cranbrook Collection is the provocative exhibition that will reopen the expanded and renovated Cranbrook Art Museum at Cranbrook Academy of Art on...

    08.25.11

  14. Ceci n’est pas une rêverie: The Architecture of Stanley Tigerman

    Ceci n’est pas une rêverie: The Architecture of Stanley Tigerman

    The career of eminent architect and educator Stanley Tigerman is the subject of a retrospective exhibition opening at the Yale School of Architecture Gallery in historic Paul Rudolph Hall on August...

    08.24.11

  15. Lyonel Feininger: At the Edge of the World

    Lyonel Feininger: At the Edge of the World

    Born and raised in New York, Lyonel Feininger (1871–1956) moved at the age of sixteen to Germany, where he became one of the leading practitioners of German Expressionism and the Bauhaus....

    08.22.11

  16. John Marin: Modernism at Midcentury

    John Marin: Modernism at Midcentury

    John Marin sought Maine as a subject—its islands, mountains, beaches, and rocky shores—from 1917 onward. However, when he landed on Cape Split in 1933, he knew this remote and untamed...

    08.21.11

  17. Exposure: Matt Keegan, Katie Paterson, Heather Rasmussen

    Exposure: Matt Keegan, Katie Paterson, Heather Rasmussen

    Matt Keegan’s site-specific installation grew out of the artist’s longstanding fascination with cities. Focusing on Chicago and New York, Keegan creates a meandering visual...

    08.21.11

  18. Kandinsky at the Bauhaus, 1922–1933

    Kandinsky at the Bauhaus, 1922–1933

    In 1922 Vasily Kandinsky (b. 1866, Moscow; d. 1944, Neuilly-sur-Seine, France) accepted a teaching position at the Bauhaus, the state-sponsored Weimar school of art and applied design founded in...

    08.21.11

  19. Carlos Bunga

    Carlos Bunga

    Trained as a painter, Barcelona-based Portuguese artist Carlos Bunga has expanded his practice to encompass multiple mediums and dimensions, including performance, sculpture, and video. In his...

    08.21.11

  20. WasteLandscape Made of CDs
    A Great Idea

    WasteLandscape Made of CDs

    Scrolling through Dezeen recently—always an inspiring source for cool new projects and ideas—I came upon this eye-catching installation in the “Halle d’Aubervilliers”...

    written by: Jaime Gillin
    08.16.11

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