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The True Story of the Monuments Men

Ltd Daniel J. Kern & Karl Sieber examining a panel of the Ghent Alterpiece, 1945

Without the work of these curators and professors, tens of thousands of priceless works of art works stollen by Hitler would have been lost to the world forever. Read the true story here.

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‘Mars: Adrift On The Hourglass Sea,’ Nicholas Kahn And Richard Selesnick’s Stunning Sci-Fi Art

NASA commissioned Nicholas Kahn and Richard Selesnick’s work, titled, “Glider,” and the photographs of “Mars: Adrift on the Hourglass Sea.” The artists mix science and science fiction inspired by pictures from the Mars rover as well as landscapes in Southern … Continue reading

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Feedback Projected (Proposals Towards an Exhibition)

Gertrude Contemporary is pleased to present a major international exhibition of collaborative and performative works that explore the notion of feedback. Curated by Helen Grogan Feedback Projected (Proposals Towards an Exhibition) presents the practices of six European artists working with … Continue reading

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The Art of Scientific and Technological Innovations

“Stimulate the arts and you stimulate innovation,” says Robert Root-Bernstein in this piece that provides a clear idea of the impact of the arts on culture and society. Posted on: April 11, 2011 1:36 PM, by Robert Root-Bernstein Most people … Continue reading

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Language Code

An exhibition about computer code, contemporary narratives, digital art, minimalism and conceptual art. It is exploring the different discourses in the social science (politics, programming or music) to understand the evolution of language, from Wittgenstein to Casey Reas. It also … Continue reading

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Lectures at MIT on the Intersection of Art, Culture and Science

MIT 03/14/11 Parallel/Peripheral: Working at the Intersection of Art and Other Jae Rhim Lee, artist and ACT research fellow, MIT, Cambridge MA Respondent: Nicholas A. Ashford, Professor of Technology and Policy; Director, MIT Technology and Law Program Jae Rhim Lee’s … Continue reading

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“Changing Waters” by Nathalie Miebach at the Fuller Craft Museum

Boston-based artist Nathalie Miebach is known for her basket weaving and structured representations of scientific data. For her installation, Miebach will create a combination of wall and suspended works based on the weather and marine environmental data collected from the … Continue reading

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Cory Archangel’s Beat the Champ at the Barbican

Brooklyn-based Cory Arcangel is one of the leading media artists of his generation. He often appropriates, manipulates and subverts new media, including video games, computer software and the internet. Arcangel’s project for The Curve, a co-commission with Whitney Museum of … Continue reading

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Dennis Oppenheim, 1938-2011: The Man Who Made The World Nervous

Artist Dennis Oppenheim died in New York on Friday, January 21, of complications from colon cancer. Renowned as one of the seminal artists in the development and spread of conceptual art, land art, and body art in the 1960s and … Continue reading

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Moebius

MOEBIUS-TRANSE-FORME, the first major exhibition in Paris devoted to the work of Jean Giraud, known by his pseudonyms Gir and Mœbius. An icon of incomparable stature in the world of comics, an inventor of extraordinary forms and a brilliant cartoonist, … Continue reading

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