Archive for April, 2014

Bridge: Augie Boehm at Honors Bridge Club

Boehm, a well-known bridge player, teacher and writer, is also an excellent concert pianist.

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Top Posts From AJBlogs 04.30.14

Yep, We Do That AJBlog: Engaging Matters | Published 2014-04-30Free pricing and access AJBlog: For What it’s Worth | Published 2014-04-30St. Gauguin: Trouble in Paradise AJBlog: Artopia | Published 2014-04-30“Bronze” — A Reprise, Sort Of AJBlog: Real Clear Arts | Published 2014-05-01Storify of My Top-to-Bottom Wander Through the Metropolitan Museum: Graham’s Rooftop... | Read More

Before Ink Dries on Army Rules, Soldiers Rush to Get Tattoos

The Army is tightening its rules on body art — including restrictions on the size — but it is generally allowing tattoos acquired before the deadline.

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New York – Jennifer Bornstein, Judith Bernstein and Frances Stark at Gavin Brown’s Enterprise Through May 2nd, 2014

Frances Stark (Installation View), via Art Observed Currently on view at Gavin Brown’s Enterprise in New York is an exhibition featuring new work from Jennifer Bornstein, Judith Bernstein and Frances Stark.  While the work presented by each of these three artists is diverse in their concerns, they all possess a monumentality fitting to the large-scale [...]... | Read More

IN PRINT: May 2014

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ArtsBeat: ‘The Americans’ Recap: Eight Things About the Show That Don’t Make Sense

For Elizabeth and Phillip, the plot thickens. But some things feel a little thin.

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Exhibition of new work by Blane De St. Croix opens at Fredericks & Freiser

Fredericks & Freiser presents an exhibition of new work by Blane De St. Croix. The exhibition will include a massive sculpture that fills the entire gallery space. Additionally on view will be several drawings/collages. De St. Croix investigates the human relationship to the contemporary landscape and its conflicts with ecology and geopolitics. This will be his first one- person gallery... | Read More

Two video installations by Vanessa Renwick on view at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art

The Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, in conjunction with Cinema Pacific, presents “Hunting Requires Optimism” and “Medusa Smack,” two video installations by Portland-based artist Vanessa Renwick. On view from April 25 to June 29, 2014, and made possible by a JSMA Academic Support Grant, Renwick’s installations address serious issues related to our environment in often... | Read More

Major private collection of Scottish born Russell Flint paintings sell for £ 361,000

Lyon & Turnbull have sold a major private collection of 21 paintings by Edinburgh born artist Sir William Russell Flint at auction of British & European Paintings today the 30th April 2014 for a total of £361,000. (Hammer plus commission). Nick Curnow, Paintings Specialist and Managing Director of Lyon & Turnbull said “This was a great result we had a good mix of trade and private bidders... | Read More

Indianapolis Museum of Art names two scholars for Mellon Curators-at-Large Program

Dr. Charles L. Venable, The Melvin & Bren Simon Director and CEO of the Indianapolis Museum of Art, announced the appointments of Dr. Christian Feest and Dr. Constantine Petridis as the next Mellon Curators-at-Large Program scholars. Feest and Petridis will assess the entirety of the IMA’s Native American and African collections, respectively, concentrating on the aesthetic quality of pieces... | Read More
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