Topics :: exhibitions
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By Sura Wood | Monday Feb 18, 2013
A new and unusual exhibition has landed at the GLBT History Museum.
By Sura Wood | Wednesday Feb 13, 2013
The 35 paintings from the 17th century, an era rightly dubbed the Golden Age, are part of a collection belonging to a gem-like museum in The Hague housed inside a palace, which, you guessed it, is currently undergoing renovations.
Monday Jan 14, 2013
An upcoming exhibit at Atlanta’s High Museum of Art explores the role the natural environment plays in shaping the jewelry and home wares created by Georgia designer Gogo Ferguson.
By Doug Rule | Monday Jan 14, 2013
We wanted to do something special for this month, because of the Inauguration and because all eyes will be on Washington, D.C.,’’ says the gallery’s director Ksenia Grishkova.
By Kilian Melloy | Thursday Nov 15, 2012
The Museum of Fine Arts Boston casts a look back at the vivid designs, political and commercial messaging, and documentary value of the postcard with an exhibit of 700 postcards drawn from an archive donated by Leonard A. Lauder.
By Kilian Melloy | Monday Oct 22, 2012
For three decades, Mario Testino has documented Royalty, Celebrities, and beautiful people having fun. He’s photographed album covers, magazine covers, ad campaigns, and fantasias of glamour. Now he has an exhibition at the MFA in Boston.
Wednesday Sep 5, 2012
"Evita: Passion and Action," an exhibition of works on loan from the Museo Evita in Buenos Aires, will open at the Consulate General of Argentina in New York on September 7, 2012.
Thursday Mar 15, 2012
A new exhibition at The GLBT History Museum, "Life and Death in Black and White: AIDS Direct Action in San Francisco, 1985-1990," focuses on the work of five queer photographers who documented the emergence of militant AIDS activism.
Tuesday May 17, 2011
In honor of Gay Pride Month, drkrm/gallery is presenting "Children of Paradise: Life with The Cockettes," photographer Fayette Hauser’s intimate portrait of the pioneering, gender-bending, 1970s San Francisco theatrical troupe.
By Troy Petenbrink | Monday Feb 15, 2010
The economic downturn has hit many museums and other art institutions hard. A number of major exhibitions that were planned for 2010 had to be canceled or postponed. Luckily, there are some amazing shows still happening that provide a great excuse to travel. Here are five picks from across the United States to help you plan. Read more...
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