Month: June 2015

109-FOOT MURAL LANDS AT SFO’S TERMINAL 3 San Francisco artist Amy Ellingson debuts first major public art commission five years in the making
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109-FOOT MURAL LANDS AT SFO’S TERMINAL 3 San Francisco artist Amy Ellingson debuts first major public art commission five years in the making

In its 46-year history of commissioning public art, the San Francisco Arts Commission has overseen many mosaic projects, but Amy Ellingson’s 10-foot by 109-foot mural for San Francisco International Airport’s Terminal 3 is by far the biggest. Untitled (Large Variation) is an abstract mural that uses color, geometry, repetition, scale […]

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2015 Biennial of the Americas Media Events, Public Festivals featuring Flobots and Bomba Estéreo, Art Installations and More to Celebrate Ideas, Art, and Culture in Denver

Hosted in Denver, the Biennial of the Americas is an international festival of ideas, art and culture featuring art exhibitions, public installations and performances by international artists, panel discussions showcasing leaders from throughout the Americas, a public pavilion and a free Friday evening festival. The most inspiring artists, innovators and […]

Fashioning the Body: An Intimate History of the Silhouette Through July 26, 2015 18 West 86th Street, New York City
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Fashioning the Body: An Intimate History of the Silhouette Through July 26, 2015 18 West 86th Street, New York City

Often through extraordinary means and ever in the name of fashion, women and men shape their figures into distinctive silhouettes. Fashioning the Body: An Intimate History of the Silhouette presents the many devices and materials that have altered natural body forms from the seventeenth century to today. Also featured are rare period […]

MoMA’s Schedule of Exhibitions
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MoMA’s Schedule of Exhibitions

Zoe Leonard: Analogue June 27, 2015–August 30, 2015 The Donald B. and Catherine C. Marron Atrium, second floor   Warm Up 2015 June 27, 2015–September 05, 2015   Endless House: Intersections of Art and Architecture June 27, 2015–March 06, 2016 The Robert Menschel Architecture and Design Gallery, third floor   […]

Patrick Mancini Blends His Passion for Art with Philanthropy
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Patrick Mancini Blends His Passion for Art with Philanthropy

An art enthusiast and painter for over 20 years, Patrick Mancini began his career unofficially around 1992 after painting a few pieces for a Toys-for-Tots fundraiser in Newport, Rhode Island at which two of the pieces were purchased and the funds were donated to the charity.  The interest demonstrated by the […]

Pioneering Feminist Artist Miriam Schapiro Dead at 91
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Pioneering Feminist Artist Miriam Schapiro Dead at 91

Pioneering feminist artist Miriam Schapiro, age 91, died on Saturday. A writer, sculptor, and teacher, Schapiro played an important role in thedevelopment and the definition of feminist art. Born in Toronto, Shapiro began drawing at an early age, and took art classes at New York’s Museum of Modern Art as a high […]

Boaz Vaadia’s “Asa & Yehoshafat with Dog”, “Ba’al & Yizhaq”, and “Yo’ah with Dog” joined “Ah’av” for a public exhibition in Downtown Rockford, Illinois on June 17th, and will be on loan to the Rockford Area Convention & Visitors Bureau for a year.
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Boaz Vaadia’s “Asa & Yehoshafat with Dog”, “Ba’al & Yizhaq”, and “Yo’ah with Dog” joined “Ah’av” for a public exhibition in Downtown Rockford, Illinois on June 17th, and will be on loan to the Rockford Area Convention & Visitors Bureau for a year.

Boaz Vaadia: Sculpture 1971 – 2012 The first major publication of Israeli-born sculptor Boaz Vaadia takes the reader on a journey from his early days growing up on a small farm in Israel to his copious stone sculptures seen around the world.