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  • Event Plan for Themed Art Exhibition

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    La Moda E ArtePresents……..‘Student Life’A themed art exhbition. | | | | | | | | Contents page * Project partners * Event concept * Objectives * Resources * Analysis * Marketing plan * Design plan * Operation plan * Project management plan * Financial plan Project partners The sickle cell society are our main partners, this is the chosen organisation we will be donating a percentage of the final profit too. After having spoken

  • Metropolitan Museum Of Art Exhibition Report

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    Exhibition Critique Essay II Larah Davenport ART 200 (Corbin) October 29, 2015 For this project I visited multiple online museums, but decided on The Metropolitan Museum of Art, National Gallery of Art, and the Art Institute of Chicago. Three pieces of artwork that I found to be interesting to me and that caught my eye are The Harvesters by Pieter Bruegel the Elder found at http://www.metmuseum.org, Open Window, Collioure by Henri Matisse found at http://www.nga.gov, and

  • The Environmental Art Exhibition Entitled ' Earthworks '

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    until nowadays, the meanings of the concept of ecology have been changing a lot due to the introduction of new ways of artistic expression and the growing concern about the ecological issues. This ultimately resulted in the debates about the role of art in ecology- should artists take some actions towards solving some of the ecological issues? The transition and debates are being discussed regarding the examples of Robert Smithson’s and Tattfoo Tan’s work. What is ecology? According to Jacob Weiner

  • The Art Exhibition Of The Piano For More Than 10 Years

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    learning to play the piano for more than 10 years, I not only love music, but also am interested in other various forms of arts. Painting, which is the practice of applying paint, pigment, color or other medium to a surface, is one kind of arts I love. Therefore, instead of having dinner with friends, I went to the Emporium Center and visited “The Fall Juried Show: 41st Fall Art Exhibition” at 6 pm on last Friday. It was a rainy day. Walking along the sidewalk in downtown Knoxville with the rain made me

  • Mari Carmen Ramirez States That “Art Exhibitions Are Privileged

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    Mari Carmen Ramirez states that “Art exhibitions are privileged vehicles for the representation of individual and collective identities, whether they consciously set out to be so or not”. The most important part of that quote is the latter part, “whether they consciously set out to be so or not”. Whether or not the Museum of Modern Art was attempting to create, or even join the ongoing narrative about the art of Latin America when they created their survey exhibition, they indeed did. And Wifredo Lam

  • Exhibition Analysis : The Super Real : Pop Art Essay

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    Exhibition Analysis The AGO exhibition for the Super Real: Pop Art from the AGO collection runs from September 2016 until the end of the year. Former curator Mario Amaya leads this exhibition and displays the artwork in the Edmund G. Odette Gallery of the AGO. The exhibition presents a diverse array of artwork from large silkscreen images to a cardboard burger sculpture sitting in the middle of the space. The exhibition has a small collection but has iconic pieces that are central to the story of

  • Art And Culture, 1920-1945, An Exhibition Curated By Dr. Kendall Brown

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    2015 the Brigham Young University Museum of Art is exhibiting Deco Japan: Shaping Art and Culture, 1920-1945, an exhibition curated by Dr. Kendall Brown. The exhibit was collected in an attempt to detail the cultural transformation that took place in Japan from the Roaring Twenties all the way through the end of World War II. The exhibit displays the tension between the deep national culture and the up and coming cosmopolitan lifestyle. Dr. Brown gathered art of all variations, ranging from paintings

  • Essay about Two Exhibitions on View at The Museum of Contemporary Art

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    The Museum of Contemporary Art currently has two exhibitions on view; one is called “Dirge: Reflections on [Life and] Death,” and the other is “Sara VanDerBeek.” One work of art that stood out the most to me was Epitaph from 2011 by Pedro Reyes. Reyes works are often meant to physically engage his viewers in order to shift their social and emotional expectations. The Epitaph invites his viewers to imagine a future in which they no longer exist, and then create a short message that conveys the life

  • The Museum Of Art Exhibitions

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    Last week I decided to visit one of the most well-known art exhibitions in Dallas. As I entered the Dallas Museum of Art I was immediately captivated by the striking and vivid acrylic mural on the walls created by Nicolas Party entitled Pathway. Party said to have worked on-site at the exhibit for three weeks to transform the Museum 's central pathway into a mesmerizing, lively colored forest; it was such a contrast to the rest of the exhibit’s entrance. Straight ahead was the Nancy and Tim Hanley

  • Art Analysis: Less Than Art

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    Less Than: Art and reductionism and Denise Green: Beyond and Between – A painter’s journey. A comparative Essay written by Thomas Brooks, Benjamin Dutton, Jasmine Smith and Megan Thomason. Collection displays inhibit the ideologies of a singular conceptual premise under the constraints of the viability and range within the institutions collection, whereas the tasks involved in composing a monographic show, including the original parameters of an institution͛s collection

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