Posts Tagged 'contemporary art'

How to visit Montreal’s museums for free

I guess Canadian museums still haven’t clued into the fact that universal free entry to museums is great way attract museumgoers. In Montreal, entry to the Museum of Fine Arts costs $15.00; in Vancouver, the Vancouver Art Gallery charges $17.50;

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How to visit Montreal’s museums for free

I guess Canadian museums still haven’t clued into the fact that universal free entry to museums is great way attract museumgoers. In Montreal, entry to the Museum of Fine Arts costs $15.00; in Vancouver, the Vancouver Art Gallery charges $17.50;

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Summer art exhibitions you don’t want to miss.

Below, I have detailed some must-see art exhibitions to help you plan your summer Art Intake. You can also find more art exhibition listings in our art guide. 1. Zoo is showing at the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal. This

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Summer art exhibitions you don’t want to miss.

Below, I have detailed some must-see art exhibitions to help you plan your summer Art Intake. You can also find more art exhibition listings in our art guide. 1. Zoo is showing at the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal. This

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ArtStack: the latest social art sharing website

Have you signed up for the latest social site ArtStack? ArtStack allows you to collect, ‘stack’ and share your passion with other art lovers online. And, I must say, it is a highly addictive way to discover new art and

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ArtStack: the latest social art sharing website

Have you signed up for the latest social site ArtStack? ArtStack allows you to collect, ‘stack’ and share your passion with other art lovers online. And, I must say, it is a highly addictive way to discover new art and

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This is a film about John Baldessari

I have to share this short video about John Baldessari, narrated by Tom Waits. It is made by filmmakers Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman, aka Supermarché. And, inside this film, it has everything you wanted to know about Baldessari, including

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This is a film about John Baldessari

I have to share this short video about John Baldessari, narrated by Tom Waits. It is made by filmmakers Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman, aka Supermarché. And, inside this film, it has everything you wanted to know about Baldessari, including

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Peter Flemming’s Instrumentation at Centre Skol

The Instrumentation exhibition by Folk-machine artist Peter Flemming at Centre des arts actuels Skol is based on the principle that everything has an electromagnetic frequency. Meaning even the most mundane and everyday materials reverberate with energy ever so slight that

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Peter Flemming’s Instrumentation at Centre Skol

The Instrumentation exhibition by Folk-machine artist Peter Flemming at Centre des arts actuels Skol is based on the principle that everything has an electromagnetic frequency. Meaning even the most mundane and everyday materials reverberate with energy ever so slight that

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Weekly Round up: Art Collectors fleeing Putin’s Russia, Munch’s Scream breaks auction records, Kim Cattrall at Frieze

What Effect Will $120 Million “Scream” Sale Have On Chinese Art?, Jing Daily “Packed with dozens of top-quality historical works, the Sotheby’s Impressionist & Modern Art Evening Sale eventually totaled $330.6 million, a new auction house record for a sale

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Weekly Round up: Art Collectors fleeing Putin’s Russia, Munch’s Scream breaks auction records, Kim Cattrall at Frieze

What Effect Will $120 Million “Scream” Sale Have On Chinese Art?, Jing Daily “Packed with dozens of top-quality historical works, the Sotheby’s Impressionist & Modern Art Evening Sale eventually totaled $330.6 million, a new auction house record for a sale

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BIAN: Zimoun and Florian Grond at Oboro Gallery

If you haven’t checked out any of the exhibitions happening in conjunction with the International Digital Arts Biennial (BIAN) (April 18 – June 13); you should. The BIAN is transforming art galleries around Montreal into sites of technologically derived contemporary art.

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BIAN: Zimoun and Florian Grond at Oboro Gallery

If you haven’t checked out any of the exhibitions happening in conjunction with the International Digital Arts Biennial (BIAN) (April 18 – June 13); you should. The BIAN is transforming art galleries around Montreal into sites of technologically derived contemporary art.

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The Google Art Project: the Internet’s art database

The chance to visit a museum free from throngs of tourists doing everything from blocking your view, talking loudly, to letting their children run wild used to be a pipe dream. Not anymore. This morning, I spent a great deal

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The Google Art Project: the Internet’s art database

The chance to visit a museum free from throngs of tourists doing everything from blocking your view, talking loudly, to letting their children run wild used to be a pipe dream. Not anymore. This morning, I spent a great deal

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Affordable Art: Papier 12

Montreal’s contemporary art fair Papier 12 pleasantly surprised me. Affordable art fairs, such as, Papier 12 introduce future collectors and collectors with limited funds and enthusiasts to the pleasures of collecting quality contemporary art in a funky, inspiring and informative

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Affordable Art: Papier 12

Montreal’s contemporary art fair Papier 12 pleasantly surprised me. Affordable art fairs, such as, Papier 12 introduce future collectors and collectors with limited funds and enthusiasts to the pleasures of collecting quality contemporary art in a funky, inspiring and informative

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Chronicles of a Disappearance @DHCART

How do you portray what is not there? DHC Art’s exhibition Chronicles of a Disappearance (January 19, 2012 — May 13, 2012) attempts to unravel this philosophical pondering by featuring works of five acclaimed international artists Taryn Simon, Omer Fast,

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Chronicles of a Disappearance @DHCART

How do you portray what is not there? DHC Art’s exhibition Chronicles of a Disappearance (January 19, 2012 — May 13, 2012) attempts to unravel this philosophical pondering by featuring works of five acclaimed international artists Taryn Simon, Omer Fast,

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