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International Biographical Centre: National Drive for Who's Who of Artists, Scholars and Writers
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Ohio Art League: Splice: A Collaboration Between Chris Kaczmarek and Heather Mims
Christopher Thomas Kaczmarek is a Columbus artist who received his BFA in Sculpture from Appalachian State University in Boone, North Carolina. Recently he has been creating stage sets and original scores for modern dance performers on the east c...
Lump gallery/projects: New Work by Matthew Suib
Produced during the peak of international debate regarding the United States‚ initiative to invade Iraq, Cocked is an anti-war statement in the guise of a minimalist Western, borrowing dozens of short segments from several Cinema classics of the g...
North Carolina Museum of Art: Rodin: Sculpture from the Iris and B. Gerald Cantor
Collection and additional works
The exhibition features bronze sculptures selected
from the Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Collection, the world's foremost
private collection of Rodin's...
Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art: Marsden Hartley: American Painter
Visitors to Marsden Hartley (1877-1943): American Painter, on view Oct. 11 through Jan. 4 at The Nelson-
Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, Mo., will be able to bear witness to one of the most renowned American
artists of the 20th century.
Atlanta Contemporary Art Center: Michael Oliveri Fast Food, Hydrocarbons and Waves in Outer Space
Images of waves and surfing in two installations evoke the influence of surfing and sailing on Oliveri’s development as an artist growing up in Southern California. From specific scientific observations about Fullerenes, Hydroponics, and Sonic Gr...
Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art: The Barnstormers
According to Ellis, their journeys south have had a major impact on their work as they continue to interpret and communicate the visual, cultural, and spiritual awakenings from their projects here. The group carefully documents their activity by p...
Michael Werner Gallery: Recent Paintings by Georg Baselitz
All of the works in the exhibition have direct sources in paintings the artist made as a teenager during the 1950s, and in fact certain works bear the dates ‘1953’, ‘1954’ or ‘1955’ as part of their iconography. This combination of personal histo...
Plus Ultra Gallery: Team Lump: Beggars and Thieves
Working organically, Team Lump adapts to each new exhibition space, installing a mix of paintings, drawings, sculpture, wall drawings, and video to create an installation that offers a seemingly chaotic vision, but still offers access into individ...
Laurence Miller Gallery: Burk Uzzle: Riptide: America on the Flipside
The exhibition will also include several new works in color, in which the artist photographs heaps of shredded papers from the offices of professionals, like a dentist and an accountant, and from the studio of an erotic artist. Evocative of Jackso...
Denise Bibro Fine Art: Nancy Baker: Duck and Cover Drill
Baker presents a world on the verge of self-destruction, a warning and admonition to humankind-a contemporary version of Hieronymus Bosch's Garden of Earthly Delights. Duck and Cover Drill refers to the safety precautions taught to school children...
Lump gallery/projects: quad valve, an installation by Dana Raymond
"It is always a thrill to physically fabricate spaces from my imagination. From a very young age, intriguing passageways, chambers, and valves have fascinated me. At 10 years old, I remember discovering an old carburetor in the wo...
Lump gallery/projects: Alphabet and A to Z: Two Exhibitions Curated by Baltimore's PostTypography and Richmond's The Drama
The 60 alphabets featured in Alphabet were created by artists in North America, Europe, and Asia, and represent work from well-known typographers and designers as well as rising artists and design students.
The alphabets in the exhibition re...
Lump gallery/projects: Off Season: Becca Albee
Rinks (1-5): Off Season are five photographs of outdoor ice skating rinks in Maine photographed in August. The rinks are overgrown and reveal their un-maintained state in the form of duck ponds, unkempt fields and weed-fillled cement slabs.
Lump gallery/projects: Conglomerates: Randy Wray
“Randy Wray has developed a lexicon that is uniquely his own. He makes abstract ceramic sculpture, photographs it and then scans the photos into a computer then altering their structure. The resultant paint-by-number schematic of 43 colors acts as...
National Endowment for Humanities: NEH Announces $17.6 Million in New Grants
Among the grants awarded this round are 14 Schools for a New Millennium grants,
which enable selected schools to weave computer use into their humanities
curriculum and become models for how...
National Endowment for the Humanities: NEH Announces $17.6 Million in New Grants
Among the grants awarded this round are 14 Schools for a New
Millennium grants, which enable selected schools to weave
computer use into their humanities curriculum and bec...
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