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13 Sep 16 - Arts Art History News

Kerry James Marshall, Boldly Repainting Art History
Growing up in Birmingham, Ala., then in Los Angeles, the son of a hospital kitchen worker and a homemaker, he was absolutely gripped by his first exposure to art history books and museums, even though he almost never saw anyone who looked like him on ...

Multicultural 'Snack Bar' ruled too precious to be exported
Australian National University's David Hansen told the tribunal Badham could not be regarded as a major figure in Australian art history. He said the price for Snack Bar was the result of another work of Badham's selling in 2013 for $732,000 and the ...

This multicultural Australian painting won't be able to hang in its London buyer's home
A 1944 Australian artwork purchased by a London-based collector has been barred from leaving the country on the grounds it depicts a critical stage of Australia's multicultural history. Oil painting “Snack Bar”, by realist artist Herbert Badham ...

Miriam Stannage's death adds poignancy to UWA survey
Born in 1939 in rural Western Australia, Stannage was a conceptual artist who took a fiercely innovative approach to making art. For 50 years she produced works in her Perth studio that encompassed photography, painting, video installation, prints and ...

At the Art Museum, Toronto Art History 101
Luis Jacob with an iconic work by Gordon Lebredt at the Art Museum's Form Follows Fiction: Art and Artists in Toronto, opening this week. Jacob has curated an exhaustive show about the history of an artistic culture that has thrived mostly in the ...

Australia bars British art collector from taking home £260000 painting as it is of 'national significance'
In a decision that surprised Australia's art world, a federal tribunal prevented the new owner of Snack Bar, a 1944 oil painting by Australian artist Herbert Badham, from taking it to London to hang among his extensive collection of Australian art. The ...

Modern icons, uprisings and segregation: Five art exhibits to see in Paris this autumn
Take Sehgal's “Kiss” (2002), which featured a couple rolling, writhing and caressing each other in emulation of various love scenes from throughout art history. This autumn, the Palais de Tokyo has given Sehgal a “carte blanche” to take over the museum ...

SCI-Arc Launches Liberal Arts Curriculum for its Bachelor of Architecture Program
At a time when an increasing number of colleges and universities are defunding the humanities, SCI-Arc is investing in the Liberal Arts and providing its students with foundational knowledge and multiple perspectives in art, art history, literature ...

Department of Art and Art History hosts open house Saturday
In conjunction with the Gregory Allicar Museum of Art grand opening, the Art and Art History Department will celebrate the visual arts at CSU with an open house Saturday, welcoming the community to see galleries, classrooms and studio spaces in the ...

Art Historian and Curator Allison Thompson Believes that Art is a Forum to Envision What is Possible
For art historian, educator and curator Allison Thompson, the arts in general and the visual arts in particular, play an important role in society.

Harvard Art Museums Introduce New Director at Student Late Night
She added that she was undecided about her concentration but did not anticipate studying art or art history. David F. Clifton '17, a classics concentrator, said that he often comes to the museums to find some quiet in the midst of campus.

Rising artists rewarded by University
Junior and senior studio art and art education majors are invited to exhibit their work in Williams Hall, which is then reviewed by faculty members who select the prizewinners, Tom Brennan, art and art history chair and professor, said. img_9881. “This ...

Carl Belz (1937-2016): Remembering a Curators' Curator
We often hear of an “artists' artist.” But a “curators' curator”? Yet that could describe Carl Belz, director emeritus of the Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, Walthan, Mass., who died of a heart attack, at age 78, on Aug. 28. His colleagues ...

Fall Arts Preview: Local art works part of global and historical conversation
Artists who make work in Vancouver are usually doing so as part of a global and historical conversation. Go into a local gallery this fall and you'll see art inspired by the great works of European art history seen through a Northwest Coast filter.

Good News Liberal-Arts Majors: Your Peers Probably Won't Outearn You Forever
Over time, liberal-arts majors often pursue graduate degrees and gravitate into high-paying fields such as general management, politics, law and sales, according to an analysis by the Association of American Colleges & Universities, a trade group ...

Dallas Museum of Art's access programs help children with autism explore, be themselves
Art has always been a passion for Rachel Schulze. She has degrees in fine arts and art history from the University of Texas at Austin, and completed a master's in art history at George Washington University. Before moving to Dallas, she and her husband ...

Contemporary art threatens the relevancy of old masters
"When you hear contemporary artists talking with passion about the genius of old masters - that, we assume, will help open up the historical fields to new audiences," Thomas P. Campbell, the director and chief executive of the Met, said, "to understand ...

Why It Takes a Great Rivalry to Produce Great Art
In terms of the history of modern art, it is the Matisse and Picasso relationship that is central. The two men did not have the personal relationship that Smee's other pairs had, although they knew each other.

Natural History Museum collection comes to life with Google Arts & Culture
An online collaboration between the Natural History Museum and Google Arts & Culture is bringing to virtual life key dinosaurs and other important natural specimens from the Museum's collection in London, making them accessible to anyone, anywhere in ...

Sydney Arts College: Occupying students 'will stay as long as it takes'
After the collapse of talks between the University of New South Wales and University of Sydney about merging Sydney's art schools, the Vice Chancellor of the University of Sydney said in July that Sydney University would move the Sydney College of the ...

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