George Braque

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  • Arte Cortesano de Los Antiguos Mayas; Pinturas Cubista de Diego Rivera

    La antigua civilización Maya alcanzó su más alto grado de refinamiento en los años 600-800 d.C. en la región que hoy comprende los territorios sureños de México, Guatemala, Bélice y partes de Honduras y El Salvador. Los Mayas fueron una avanzada sociedad mesoamericana con una matemática compleja, un calendario, un sistema de escritura y un desarrollado estilo arquitectónico y artístico. Ellos no...

  • Art From Black Collection to Be Displayed at Pma

    A majority of the art collection of Portland native and Portland Museum of Art trustee Scott M. Black will return to the museum for an exhibition beginning Saturday. "The Scott M. Black Collection: Impressionism and the Modern Age" will showcase approximately 40 paintings, sculptures and works on paper by Impressionists and masters of modernist art. Black began collecting in 1985 with...

  • Obras de Picasso En Texas a&M University San Antonio

    Picasso, Amigos y Contemporáneos " es el título de la exhibición con obras del pintor nacido en la ciudad mediterránea de Málaga, de donde vienen estas obras -propiedad de una colección privada- y que fueron prestada temporalmente a San Antonio por gestiones de Texas A&M University con la ayuda de la firma Spanish artbrokers . Como una referencia histórica durante la conferencia con los...

  • Arts Notes

    Art Store artist Artist Jason Berger passed away on Oct. 17 in Brookline, Mass. The internationally known painter had been represented by The Art Store since 1985. The Art Store held one of his last living solo exhibitions in 2009.

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    Jason Berger exhibit The Art Store is holding a solo exhibition of "Selected Works" by octogenarian artist Jason Berger. This selection includes 20 paintings from his personal collection with significant works from the 1960s through the 2000s. The exhibition features landscapes he captured while spending summers painting en plein air in France, Mexico, Portugal and Spain. A...

  • Picasso Painting Fetches Record Bid

    NEW YORK - Pablo Picasso's 1932 lilac-hued oil painting of his young mistress, Marie-Therese Walter, sold here for a record $106.5 million on Tuesday night, hours after the U.S. stock market had its biggest drop since February. Nude, Green Leaves and Bust," featuring the artist's profile hovering over a reclining Walter against a blue backdrop with philodendron leaves, is the most paid for...

  • Plucking Art From the Trash ; the Dai Will Display the Works of a Visionary Who Makes Instruments by Takking Objects From Pitched to Perfect Pitch

    DAYTON -- Where we see a pile of trash, Ken Butler sees an orchestra. He can transform an old cowboy boot into a violin, a bicycle seat into a banjo and a pitchfork into a cello. I see him as the ultimate recycler of the century," says Mary Beth Whitley, associate educator at the Dayton Art Institute. "He loves trash, loves going out on the streets.

  • Clay Center for the Arts and Sciences

    Clay Square 300 Leon Sullivan Way, hands-on science exhibits, art exhibits and ElectricSky Theater in the center's Avampato Discovery Museum space; permanent science exhibits Health Royale (health), Gizmo Factory (physics, mechanics) and Milton Gardner's Earth City (earth sciences); large-format films and planetarium shows; science demonstrations daily, Wee Wednesdays storytime for preschoolers. ...

  • What's Up at Area Museums

    Clay Center Clay Square (300 Leon Sullivan Way), hands-on science exhibits, art exhibits and ElectricSky theater in the center's Avampato Discovery Museum space; permanent science exhibits Health Royale (health), Gizmo Factory (physics, mechanics) and Milton Gardner's Earth City (earth sciences); large-format films and planetarium shows; science demonstrations daily, Wee Wednesdays story time...

  • Bye-Bye, Birdie

    Dive to the bottom of Moby Dick's endless allegorical depths and the fundamental significance of the white whale abides in his embodiment of signification itself. There's plenty to think about when the donkey hero of Au Hasard Balthazar is understood as a Christ figure, but to my mind the nexus of Bresson's spiritual allegory has always been that famous exchange of looks between animals at a...

  • Sorrowful Empire, Distempered Union: Negative Dialectics and the Art(S) of Freedom

    This paper examines the usefulness of Theodor Adorno's (1966/ 2004) formulation of negative dialectics as prescriptive praxis under conditions where signifiers for humanity are made vaporous or otherwise elusive, as with current conditions of ersatz liberalism and diminished civil liberties. For exegetical purposes, this paper applies Adorno's praxis to one instance of resistance during the Nazi...

  • Exhibit Traces History of 100 Years of Collage

    SHEBOYGAN, Wis. - Bruce Conner's photo montage of a nuclear mushroom cloud wearing a military suit is a critique on nuclear production. Martin Ramirez used paper bags and other available materials to create drawings with cutout pictures, possibly to hold on to aspects of a fractured identity.

  • Performing Arts 2005-2006

    The Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company offers consciousness-raising choreography. The Flynn Center's 25th-anniversary Bigger Than All of Us celebrates the special bond between performers and their audience. "Yunnan Revealed" uses music and dance to illuminate China's multiethnic southwestern region. Dave Douglas & Keystone play along with Fatty Arbuckle's silent-screen...

  • Phillips Exhibition Melds East and West in Fine Art

    In 1910, when Phillips Collection founding benefactor Duncan Phillips was 24, he made his first trip abroad. Instead of heading for the world art capital of Paris, as many expected, he traveled to Japan. It was an eye-opening experience. He was fascinated by the Japanese influence on modern artists," Jay Gates, the Phillips Collection's director, told guests Thursday evening at the opening...

  • Museum Exhibit Schedules

    Clay Center for the Arts & Sciences Clay Square (300 Leon Sullivan Way), hands-on science exhibits, changing art exhibits and ElectricSky Theater in the center's Avampato Discovery Museum; permanent science exhibits Health Royale (health), Gizmo Factory (physics, mechanics) and Milton Gardner's Earth City (earth sciences); giant-screen films and planetarium shows; science demonstrations...

  • Coal Broker's Gifts Go Up in Huntington

    Alex Booth made his money as a coal broker, but in his spare time he collected art and shared his time, money and treasures with the Huntington Museum of Art. Now the museum is sharing with the public an exhibit of 23 works Booth has given the museum over a period of more than 40 years. The exhibit opens Saturday and stays up through Jan. 13. An opening reception will take place from 5:30 to 7:30 ...

  • Painting life to the full.

    ... collection; including works by Claude Monet, Auguste Renoir, Eugene Boudin, Pablo Picasso, George Braque, Oskar Kokoschka, Emil Nolde, Miguel Barcelo, Manolo Valdes, Alberto Giocometti, Antoni ...

  • Museum Exhibit Schedules

    Clay Center for the Arts & Sciences Clay Square (300 Leon Sullivan Way), hands-on science exhibits, changing art exhibits and ElectricSky Theater in the center's Avampato Discovery Museum; permanent science exhibits Health Royale (health), Gizmo Factory (physics, mechanics) and Milton Gardner's Earth City (earth sciences); giant-screen films and planetarium shows; science demonstrations...

  • Response: belonging to modernism.

    ... only was the output of this Bengali Cubist painter deemed "weaker" than that of Picasso and Braque, but also--and much worse, according to the British critic and curator William George Archer--it ...

  • Spencer's Art Law Journal - Vol. 3, No. 2 - Fall 2012

    ... for major exhibitions of nineteenth- and twentieth-century masters including Pablo Picasso, Georges Braque, James Rosenquist, and Lucian Freud. Born in Scotland, Findlay began his career in New York ...

  • 75-Year Curtain Call: 3 Women

    The grand opening of the Fine Arts Center - April 20 through 25, 1936 - was a transformative event in Colorado Springs. About 5,000 people, a sixth of the city's population, attended the festivities. These included a performance by Martha Graham, a recital by violinist Albert Spalding, Erik Satie's symphonic drama "Socrate" (the stage setting included mobiles designed by then-unknown...

  • Impresario's Reach ; Diaghilev Transformed the Arts Through Ballet Russes

    Astonish me!" theater producer Serge Diaghilev would sometimes challenge his collaborators at the Ballets Russes. And composers, stage designers, choreographers and dancers very often did just that. But ultimately it was Diaghilev himself and his Ballets Russes that astonished the world by transforming not only ballet, but all the arts in the 20th century - an achievement celebrated with...

  • Market structure and innovation: the case of modern art.

    .... Harold Rosenberg (1) . In the introduction to his excellent history of modern art, George Heard Hamilton observed that: . In the half-century between 1886, the date of the last ...Georges Braque (with papiercolle), Vladimir Tatlin (counter-relief), Marcel Duchamp (readymade), and many other ...

  • 'The Draw of the Normandy Coast': Portland Museum of Art Showing Masterworks Inspired by France's Dramatic Seaside Landscape

    PORTLAND -- The Normandy Coast -- with its dramatic seaside cliffs, picturesque villages and busy ports -- was an artistic magnet for French and American painters of the 19th and 20th centuries. Realists. Impressionists. Cubists. Surrealists. They all traveled to the northern coast of France to take in its landscape, its people and the sea.

  • Extreme Makeover: Museum Edition

    Designed by David Cox (who had to work under the regrettable constraints of preserving the façade of an undistinguished apartment house next door and building his new wing behind it), the lone public entrance to the museum is now through the first floor of the Goh Annex, to which Cox has added a curved canopy and stone columns that wanly echo the portico of the original home. Over half the space ...