January 27, 2011
French Film Festival 2011 Atlanta - Bienvenue au 12th French Film Yesterday and today series organized by the High Museum of Art at the Richard H. Rich Theatre
‘As IMMA approaches its 20th anniversary in 2011, it is its great good fortune to be the recipient of a most generous gift of artworks from the personal collection of Brian O’Doherty and Barbara Novak. Their gift to IMMA fulfills a longstanding wish of Brian O’Doherty, supported by Barbara Novak, to provide Irish artists and audiences with a collection of modern American art. While there are individual works by American artists in the Collection, the gift launches a whole new area of collecting and focus for IMMA, expanding its horizons to include an immensely rich seam of American art.
This donation cements an already important relationship: not only has IMMA in recent years acquired two superb examples of the artist’s Conceptualist work, even more powerfully since 2008 it is the location of The Burial of Patrick Ireland. Patrick Ireland was an identity which Brian O’Doherty assumed, in a performance enacted in 1972 called Name Change, whereby as a gesture of patriotic protest at the Bloody Sunday killings of 13 civil rights marchers, he pledged to sign his artwork Patrick Ireland “until such time as the British military presence is removed from Northern Ireland and all citizens are granted their civil rights.” Thirty-six years later, in 2008, in a remarkable ceremony, an effigy of Patrick Ireland was interred in the formal gardens at IMMA, in a ceremony of reconciliation celebrating peace in Northern Ireland.’
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The Novak/O'Doherty Collection
Published by IMMA, Dublin
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(c)2010 Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin
January 26, 2011
Irvine Contemporary, Gallery artists exhibition of new works titled Saturnalia is a festival of new art to celebrate the New Year
New Work by Gallery Artists
Irvine Contemporary, Washington DC
January 8 - February 12, 2011
The exhibition includes works by Teo González, Melissa Ichiuji, Hedieh Javanshir Ilchi, Akemi Maegawa, Alexa Meade, Susana Raab, and Nicholas Kahn & Richard Selesnick.
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January 23, 2011
Expo Maibritt Ulvedal Bjelke, Paris, Galerie Maria Lund - L'exposition Twist & Tease présente de nouvelles peintures de l'artiste
Site web de la galerie : www.marialund.com
Site web de Maibritt Ulvedal Bjelke : www.ulvedalbjelke.com
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January 18, 2011
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D'ailleurs, cela peut intéresser également ceux qui souhaitent réaliser un livre de leur production graphique en général (peinture, dessin, BD, fanzine... etc...) si vos réalisations ne sont pas faites sur ordinateurs et ne sont pas plus grandes que le format A4, vous pouvez même, avec le scanner de la multifonction, ne pas passer par la case photo. Sachant qu'un artiste n'a pas vraiment forcément les moyens financiers de passer par l'impression professionnelle, même numérique, on peut très bien réaliser une auto-édition à faible nombre d'exemplaires avec ce type d'équipement...
January 17, 2011
Epson at Imaging USA 2011
Epson America today introduced its most advanced 13-inch printer to date – the Epson Stylus Photo R3000. Designed for professional photographers and fine artists, the Epson Stylus Photo R3000 draws from the advanced technology of Epson Stylus Pro-series printers to deliver gallery-quality black-and-white output and vivid color prints. This printer also includes new features such as high-capacity individual ink cartridges, advanced media handling to support a wide range of paper types, and Ethernet and wireless-N connectivity.
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More about the EPSON STYLUS PHOTO R3000
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January 16, 2011
The French Art Studio