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Installing Slavs and Tatars

Concentrations 57: Slavs and Tatars opened two weeks ago at the DMA. Part of the DMA’s ongoing Concentrations series, which began more than 30 years ago, the exhibition features new work from the art collective Slavs and Tatars, including the first-ever full presentation of their… 106 more words

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Celebrating Our Exhibitions, Fairs & Rodeo Roots

Even though the Calgary Stampede, Edmonton’s Klondike Days and Winnipeg’s Red River Ex have ended for the year, it is the season for stampede and exhibition-style competition and fun. 410 more words


Ex ungue leonem. Marble heads by the Master of Cabestany, Barcelona, Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya, 4 April – 28 September 2014.
The four marble heads displayed in Room 4 of the Museum are fragments from the doorway of Sant Pere de Rodes, carved in the second third of the twelfth century, a masterpiece attributed to the Romanesque sculptor the ‘Master of Cabestany’. 61 more words


Spotlight on an Altarpiece

One of the key works in our summer exhibition Mother and Child is this 16th century altarpiece by Peter Coecke van Aelst.  Historically significant and beautiful, the work is a rich resource for our education staff and docent team when leading tours. 98 more words


Josef Albers/Joan Miró, Palma de Mallorca

Josef Albers/Joan Miró The Thrill of Seeing, Fundacion Joan y Pilar Miró, Palma de Mallorca, 23 MAY – 21 SEPTEMBER 2014.
Exhibition contrasting the abstract art of two twentieth-century artists, who though they never met, the co-curators (Directors of the artists’ respective foundations) believe shared an inclusive vision. 77 more words


Licorice Allsorts

On the weekend I was lucky enough to be invited to exhibit with a group of friends at their annual ‘Licorice Allsorts’ exhibition.

It was the first time I’ve exhibited with this group – they have been exhibiting together for a few years after meeting at… 75 more words



You can whine all you want about deadlines, but it’s a very nice feeling when you stick it out. Finishing means starting something new. It’s like the first day of class when all your notebooks are empty and your pencils are sharp. 104 more words