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Art Institute of Chicago: The Idea of Louis Sullivan
St. Louis Community College at Florissant Valley: Instructor/Assistant Professor Needed
Successful candidates will have knowledge of learning theory, experience
in collaborative and interdisciplinary teaching techniques, a commitment
to assessing and documenting student success and experience in using
teaching to enhance learning...
Saint Louis Art Museum: Remote Viewing (Invented Worlds in Recent Painting and Drawing)
Visitors of Remote Viewing (Invented Worlds in Recent Painting and Drawing)
will have the unique opportunity to experience the first iPod-delivered audio/visual
tour offered by the Saint Louis Art Museum. The free interactive tour includes
US Art Gallery: Woord: A Collaboration between Pienaar van Niekerk and Louis Esterhuizen
Pienaar prefers not to “illustrate” the content, but rather to use words and text as intelectual, symbolic and even abstract material. I this way, text can be treated as texture and letters as form.
Pienaar “plays” with different planes to ...
Laumeier Sculpture Park: Soo Sunny Park’s Bio-Structure: Metra Geo
Soo Sunny Park’s work is informed by the cyclical nature of life, her analysis of childhood memories, her cultural and scientific explorations, and her incredible inclination to intrigue audiences. Soo Sunny Park’s site-specific installation creat...
Forum for Contemporary Art: Ando Constructed: Photographs of the Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts by Robert Pettus, Curated by Mel Watkin
For three years prior to its completion, Pettus spent weekends roaming the
construction site analyzing every detail. Alone, without the construction crew's
presence, he shot hundreds of images that reflect the minimalist elegance of
Louvre Museum: The Treasury of the Sainte
First of all, the
relics and reliquaries from the Imperial
Saint Louis Art Museum: Recent Acquisitions from the Textile Collection
Other selected acquisitions represent 20th-century technological and design
developments. Several Japanese textiles made from inventive combinations
of old traditions and new technologies will be on view, as well as a stylized
Columbia Museum of Art: A Private Garden: The Jack and Elaine Folline Collection of the Works Of Louis Comfort Tiffany
Born in New York City to the founder of Tiffany & Co., Louis Comfort Tiffany began his career by studying painting with George Inness and Samuel Colman. Prompted by his fathers chief designer Edward C. Moore, Tiffany traveled throughout the Medite...
St. Louis Art Museum: Currents 80: Gary Simmons
With this photographic series, Simmons continues his fascination with classrooms and
their contents, including seminar rooms, lecture halls and auditoriums inhabited by
distinctive chairs, desks and black boards. This work is con...
Santa Barbara Museum of Art: From the Sun King to the Royal Twilight: Painting in Eighteenth-Century France from the Musee de
Over the course of the
eighteenth century, artists began to receive commissions not only from
the court, but also from the bourgeoisie. This shift is reflected in the
Saint Louis Art Museum: Vincent van Gogh and the Painters of the Petit Boulevard
Van Gogh actively participated in discussing and debating new ideas, which ultimately became
the shape and substance of modern art in Europe. He identified these artists as the painters of the petit
boulevard, a term that reflected their desire...
Saint Louis Art Museum: Rivane Neuenschwander: Joe Carioca
Neuenschwander used the children's drawings as points of departure
throughout this film to construct a series of vignettes exploring the
possibilities and challenges of intercultural communication. In one scene, a
suitcase emits phrases for ...
Saint Louis Art Museum: Matthew Ritchie: The Iron City
In addition to the narrator's voice, The Iron City includes recordings of the
earth's magnetic field described by Ritchie as "the earth's voice," a piece of
music entitled "The City Didn't Sleep" by the defunct Polish group Miasto Nie
Saint Louis Art Museum: Intimate Pleasures - Asian Handscrolls and The Four Seasons in Asian Painting
Intimate Pleasures focuses on the unusual fonnat of the Asian
hand scroll. Holding and unrolling a hand scroll is considered
by connoisseurs to be the most enjoyable and satisfying way to
view a calligraphy or painting. Small enough to put i...
Dallas Museum of Art: Circa 1900: Design at the Turn of the Century
Included in the exhibition will be furniture by the American arts and crafts master Gustav
Stickley, as well as the French art nouveau designer Louis Majorelle. Frank Lloyd Wright designs,
Louis Comfort tiffany glass, George Jensen silver, and...
Louvre Museum: Pieter Boel, Painter of Louis XIV's Animals - The collection of painted studies from
Since more than a
century onwards, Pieter Boel' s studies,
there are 80 of th...
Saint Louis Art Museum: Currents 83: Peter Doig
Currents 83: Peter Doig includes paintings and drawings from the1990s. It is the first solo museum exhibition of the
artist's work in North America and was organized by the Berkeley Art Museum. Its presentation at the Saint Louis Art
Association for Visual Arts: Louis Jansen van Vuuren: Solo Exhibition
His work is represented in most major public and corporate art collections locally, including those of SANG, the Universities of Cape Town, Bloemfontein, Stellenbosch and the Western Cape; First National Bank; Rand Merchant Bank; Investec; Boland ...
Saint Louis Art Museum: WONDERLAND
The ten artists participating in the exhibition – Janet Cardiff, Olafur Eliasson, Teresita Fernández,
Stephen Hendee, Bill Klaila, Joep van Lieshout, Ernesto Neto, Pipilotti Rist, Gregor Schneider,
Forum for Contemporary Art: Doug Ischar: Recent Works
Saint Louis Art Museum: Art in Bloom: A Weekend of Flowers
This year's arrangements are being created by area garden clubs. Free docent-led tours will be
available to give visitors a better understand of the artworks and their relationship to each flower
arrangement. The honorary...
Bishop's University Art Gallery: Wavering Identities by Jacky G. Lafargue and Louis Couturier
The installation manipulates urban public space by playing, not
on an ideal of integration, but on the unease or surprise
Musee d'Orsay: Daumier
Saint Louis Art Museum: Currents 84: Christian Marclay
consistently draws viewers' attention to such themes as communication and translation, whether from
one language to another or from sound into words. He often samples and mixes sounds and images to
create engaging videos, collages...
Saint Louis Art Museum: Currents 99: Issac Julien
"True North" has been shown as three-screen, two-screen, and single-screen
projections (each shot in 16-mm film transferred to DVD with an
accompanying soundtrack), as well as a series of one-meter square color
photographs, some conceived as...
Glass Art Society: Call for Artists: 36th Annual Conference - Glass Gateways - Meet in the Middle
For more information on the conference theme please go here: http://www.glassart.org/St.Louis_2006.html
To Submit a Proposal
1) Fill out the presentation proposal form: http://www.g...
Contemporary Art Museum: Staging: Janieta Eyre, Julie Moos, Zwelethu Mthethwa
In her exhibit, Eyre photographs herself, as a surrogate, dressed in elaborate costumes set within fantastical rooms, which suggest scenarios that do not exist in real time. Incorporating complex literary references, art historical symbolism and h...
Saint Louis Art Museum: Tadao Ando - Architect
Ando's chosen building material is reinforced concrete. In plan, his buildings consist of geometric
forms whose smooth concrete surfaces define pristine sculpted spaces. Ando is particularly masterful
at incorporating light, water, and lands...
Saint Louis Art Museum: Pop Impressions Europe/USA: Prints and Multiples from The
Museum of Modern Art
Organized thematically, the exhibition addresses some of the prevailing
subjects that preoccupied Pop artists, including mass media, consumer culture, politics, and erotica. The
exhibition begins with proto-Pop examples by artists such as Ja...
Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art: Virgil Marti Opens New Work
Martis Morris Gallery installation will reference the Academys striking decorative program by
building architect Frank Furness, as well as its historic curatorial practice, through the use of dramatic
lighting, flocked wallpaper, and faux ease...
Milwaukee Art Museum: The Last Show of the Century: A History of the 20th Century Through Its Art
Twentieth-century artists have been keenly aware of their social environment, perhaps to a
greater degree than artists in any other century. Using a time line as its basis, this exhibition
will count off the major historical ev...
Craft Alliance: Function Follows Form, Artist-Made Furniture
Artists included in the exhibition are:
Jill Henrietta Davis
Frick Art and Historical Center: FROM THE SUN KING TO THE ROYAL TWILIGHT: PAINTING IN EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY FRANCE FROM THE MUSEE DE PICARDIE, AMIENS
DeCourcy McIntosh, executive director of the Frick Art & Historical Center, says, “This exhibition
provides a powerful antidote to the commonly held view of eighteenth-century French painting as
Minneapolis Institute of Arts: Milestones of
Selections from the
More than 200 objects are included in the exhibition—furniture, metalwork, ceramics,
glass and works on paper. Created between 1880 and 1940, they represent a survey of
the major movements of the period: A...
Photographer's Gallery: John 'Hoppy' Hopkins - From the Hip: The 1960s
Later, Hoppy documented peace marches, poetry readings with a naked Allen
Ginsberg, and photographed twentieth century icons such as Martin Luther King
and Malcolm X. For Hoppy the Sixties were, Just a...
Forum for Contemporary Art: Radcliffe Bailey: The Magic City
The exhibition comprised mostly of Bailey‚s paintings and works on
paper also includes a 1,000-square-foot installation designed
specifically for The Magic City and modified for the St. Louis site. The
installation creates a unique environment...
Memphis Brooks Museum of Art: The Printed World of Bruegel the Elder
Bruegel's gift for observation combined with his abundant imagination
are reflected in
prints based on his celebrated Alpine landscapes, as well as his seascapes,
depictions of peasants,
allegories, satires, and relevant interpretations of the...
Fundação Arpad Szenes - Vieira da Silva: ETIENNE HAJDU: Sculptures and drawings
Etienne Hajdu was very close to Arpad Szenes and Vieira da Silva, a friendship which began in 1930 when the couple frequented the surrealist youth group Les Amis du Monde, of which Hajdu was a member.
This exhibition, which is part of the cycl...
San Francisco Musuem of Modern Art: STRUCTURE AND SURFACE: Contemporary Japanese Textiles
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