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Glass in 18th-Century Britain

Located in the beautiful Finger Lakes region of upstate New York, the Corning Museum of Glass is preparing its spring exhibition, In Sparkling Company: Glass and Social Life in Britain During the 1700s. From glittering costumes and elaborately presented confectionery, to polished mirrors and dazzling chandeliers, glass helped define the social rituals and cultural values of the period ...

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Cloudspotting in NYC

New York City’s Jason Jacques Gallery is set to present Cloudspotting, a solo exhibition of London-based artist, Tessa Eastman, beginning October 10. Eastman’s hand-sculpted ceramic works— colorful drawn and built clusters, arrangements, and structures inspired by clouds and molecules— span the gap between the microscopic and the ...

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MUSEO DEL VETRO, MURANO

Since 1861 the Museo del Vetro in Murano has been the museum and archive for the glass craft traditions of Murano. What a pleasure to visit our Murano glass partners to discuss new work and products, then - after a fabulous long luncheon - wander to the museum, housed in an ancient ...

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The Bauhaus Museum Dessau Opens

After two and a half years of construction, the Bauhaus Museum Dessau opened its doors to visitors on September 8, 2019. The new building by the Barcelona-based firm Addenda Architects is a museum dedicated to the Bauhaus design movement ...

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Major Picasso Exhibition in Cleveland

A major art exhibition is coming to the Cleveland Museum of Art in 2020, Picasso and Paper. It will focus on Picasso’s prolonged engagement with paper and his deep appreciation of the physical world and the desire to manipulate diverse materials. The show is organized in collaboration with the Royal ...

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Early Drawings from Warhol in NYC

Early drawings from Andy Warhol can currently be seen in a new exhibition at Galerie Bucholz in New York City’s Upper East Side neighborhood. In the early 1950s, Andy Warhol collaborated with the young author Ralph Thomas (Corkie) Ward on a small number of illustrated ...

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Ruby City Opening in San Antonio

Ruby City, the freshly completed museum is set to open this fall in San Antonio. The 15,000 sq ft contemporary art center is dedicated to providing a space for the city’s thriving creative community to experience works by both local and internationally-acclaimed artists. Envisioned in 2007 by the late collector, philanthropist and artist Linda Pace ...

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Celebrating Frank Bowling’s Bold and Colorful Career

London’s Tate Britain is celebrating Guyana-born British artist Frank Bowling. The museum presents an opportunity to experience the entirety of Bowling’s 60-year career. It showcases his sensual use of color and bold experimentation. At 19 years old Bowling moved to ...

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Leo Villareal Transforms London’s Bridges

Illuminated River is an ambitious, new public art commission in London which transforms the capital at night, which will eventually light up to 15 bridges on the River Thames. Once complete, it will be the longest public art project in the world. The first phase has opened and features the London Bridge, Cannon Street Railway Bridge ...

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