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Events this Weekend: 2.4-2.7

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This week's Out and About column features three new show openings and one closing. Can't make it to the exhibits? View our slideshow of selected images from the shows and read more below.

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  Simultaneous Counter-Composition (1929-30) by Theo van Doesburg. On display at the Tate Modern in London through May 16, 2010, as part of the Van Doesburg and the International Avant-Garde: Constructing a New World exhibit. On loan from the Museum of Modern Art's Sidney and Harriet Janis Collection.  Courtesy of: Scala www.scalarchives.com
    Simultaneous Counter-Composition (1929-30) by Theo van Doesburg. On display at the Tate Modern in London through May 16, 2010, as part of the Van Doesburg and the International Avant-Garde: Constructing a New World exhibit. On loan from the Museum of Modern Art's Sidney and Harriet Janis Collection.

    Courtesy of: Scala www.scalarchives.com

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  Counter-Composition XV (1925) by Theo van Doesburg. On display at the Tate Modern in London through May 16, 2010, as part of the Van Doesburg and the International Avant-Garde: Constructing a New World exhibit. On loan from the Museum of Modern Art's Sidney and Harriet Janis Collection.
    Counter-Composition XV (1925) by Theo van Doesburg. On display at the Tate Modern in London through May 16, 2010, as part of the Van Doesburg and the International Avant-Garde: Constructing a New World exhibit. On loan from the Museum of Modern Art's Sidney and Harriet Janis Collection.
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  Composition in Half-Tones (1928) by Theo van Doesburg. On display at the Tate Modern in London through May 16, 2010, as part of the Van Doesburg and the International Avant-Garde: Constructing a New World exhibit. On loan from the Museum of Modern Art's Sidney and Harriet Janis Collection.
    Composition in Half-Tones (1928) by Theo van Doesburg. On display at the Tate Modern in London through May 16, 2010, as part of the Van Doesburg and the International Avant-Garde: Constructing a New World exhibit. On loan from the Museum of Modern Art's Sidney and Harriet Janis Collection.
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  Composition IX, Opus 18: "Decomposition" of The Card Players (1917) by Theo van Doesburg. On display at the Tate Modern in London through May 16, 2010, as part of the Van Doesburg and the International Avant-Garde: Constructing a New World exhibit. On loan from the Museum of Modern Art's Sidney and Harriet Janis Collection.
    Composition IX, Opus 18: "Decomposition" of The Card Players (1917) by Theo van Doesburg. On display at the Tate Modern in London through May 16, 2010, as part of the Van Doesburg and the International Avant-Garde: Constructing a New World exhibit. On loan from the Museum of Modern Art's Sidney and Harriet Janis Collection.
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  Counter-Composition VI (1925) by Theo van Doesburg. On display at the Tate Modern in London through May 16, 2010, as part of the Van Doesburg and the International Avant-Garde: Constructing a New World exhibit. On loan from the Museum of Modern Art's Sidney and Harriet Janis Collection.
    Counter-Composition VI (1925) by Theo van Doesburg. On display at the Tate Modern in London through May 16, 2010, as part of the Van Doesburg and the International Avant-Garde: Constructing a New World exhibit. On loan from the Museum of Modern Art's Sidney and Harriet Janis Collection.
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  Norwegian National Opera and Ballet by Snøhetta. On display at the Scandinavia House in New York through April 4, 2010, as part of the Snøhetta: Architecture, Landscape, Interior exhibit. Photograph by Jens Passoth.
    Norwegian National Opera and Ballet by Snøhetta. On display at the Scandinavia House in New York through April 4, 2010, as part of the Snøhetta: Architecture, Landscape, Interior exhibit. Photograph by Jens Passoth.
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  Norwegian National Opera and Ballet by Snøhetta. On display at the Scandinavia House in New York through April 4, 2010, as part of the Snøhetta: Architecture, Landscape, Interior exhibit. Photograph by Trond Isaksen Satsbygg.
    Norwegian National Opera and Ballet by Snøhetta. On display at the Scandinavia House in New York through April 4, 2010, as part of the Snøhetta: Architecture, Landscape, Interior exhibit. Photograph by Trond Isaksen Satsbygg.
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  King Abdulaziz Center for Knowledge and Culture by Snøhetta. On display at the Scandinavia House in New York through April 4, 2010, as part of the Snøhetta: Architecture, Landscape, Interior exhibit. Rendered by MIR.
    King Abdulaziz Center for Knowledge and Culture by Snøhetta. On display at the Scandinavia House in New York through April 4, 2010, as part of the Snøhetta: Architecture, Landscape, Interior exhibit. Rendered by MIR.
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  National September 11 Memorial and Museum by Snøhetta. On display at the Scandinavia House in New York through April 4, 2010, as part of the Snøhetta: Architecture, Landscape, Interior exhibit. Rendered by Squared.
    National September 11 Memorial and Museum by Snøhetta. On display at the Scandinavia House in New York through April 4, 2010, as part of the Snøhetta: Architecture, Landscape, Interior exhibit. Rendered by Squared.
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  National September 11 Memorial and Museum by Snøhetta. On display at the Scandinavia House in New York through April 4, 2010, as part of the Snøhetta: Architecture, Landscape, Interior exhibit. Rendered by Squared.
    National September 11 Memorial and Museum by Snøhetta. On display at the Scandinavia House in New York through April 4, 2010, as part of the Snøhetta: Architecture, Landscape, Interior exhibit. Rendered by Squared.
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  Petter Dass Museum by Snøhetta. On display at the Scandinavia House in New York through April 4, 2010, as part of the Snøhetta: Architecture, Landscape, Interior exhibit. Photo by Aake E. Lindmann.
    Petter Dass Museum by Snøhetta. On display at the Scandinavia House in New York through April 4, 2010, as part of the Snøhetta: Architecture, Landscape, Interior exhibit. Photo by Aake E. Lindmann.
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  Untitled (Background Drawing) (2009) by Jonas Wood. On display at the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles through May 9, 2010, as part of the Jonas Wood exhibit.
    Untitled (Background Drawing) (2009) by Jonas Wood. On display at the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles through May 9, 2010, as part of the Jonas Wood exhibit.
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  Untitled (Red and Black) (2009) by Jonas Wood. On display at the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles through May 9, 2010, as part of the Jonas Wood exhibit.
    Untitled (Red and Black) (2009) by Jonas Wood. On display at the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles through May 9, 2010, as part of the Jonas Wood exhibit.
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  Untitled (3 Big Dots) (2009) by Jonas Wood. On display at the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles through May 9, 2010, as part of the Jonas Wood exhibit.
    Untitled (3 Big Dots) (2009) by Jonas Wood. On display at the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles through May 9, 2010, as part of the Jonas Wood exhibit.
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  Book vase by Laura Cahill, made from unwanted books. On display at the Geffrye Museum in London through February 7, 2010, as part of the Eco Home exhibit.
    Book vase by Laura Cahill, made from unwanted books. On display at the Geffrye Museum in London through February 7, 2010, as part of the Eco Home exhibit.
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  CAPtivate light by Lula Dot, made from recycled plastic-bottle tops. On display at the Geffrye Museum in London through February 7, 2010, as part of the Eco Home exhibit.
    CAPtivate light by Lula Dot, made from recycled plastic-bottle tops. On display at the Geffrye Museum in London through February 7, 2010, as part of the Eco Home exhibit.
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  Chandelier by Madeleine Boulesteix, made from reused cups, jelly molds, pastry cutters, and toast racks. On display at the Geffrye Museum in London through February 7, 2010, as part of the Eco Home exhibit.
    Chandelier by Madeleine Boulesteix, made from reused cups, jelly molds, pastry cutters, and toast racks. On display at the Geffrye Museum in London through February 7, 2010, as part of the Eco Home exhibit.
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  Eco-Friendly Curly Shade by Charlie Whinney, made from local fast-growing steam-bent ash. On display at the Geffrye Museum in London through February 7, 2010, as part of the Eco Home exhibit.
    Eco-Friendly Curly Shade by Charlie Whinney, made from local fast-growing steam-bent ash. On display at the Geffrye Museum in London through February 7, 2010, as part of the Eco Home exhibit.

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