The Adobe Museum of Digital Media (www.adobemuseum.com) is pleased to announce its second exhibition, John Maeda: Atoms + Bits = the neue Craft (ABC), on view March 23 to Dec. 31, 2011. The exhibition is a digital representation of Maeda, president of the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), leading an interactive lecture on how […]

Following an inspection by the Human Tissue Authority (HTA) last week, At-Bristol can today announce that one of the new exhibits in its latest exhibition All About Us will include a real human brain. The exhibition, supported by the Wellcome Trust, has been developed around the seven themes of Cardiovascular, Reproduction, Locomotion, Senses, Digestion, DNA […]

In the picture below you is the famous drawing “You Can’t See The Forest For The Trees” by Marcel Odenbach on the opening day of the exhibition “Kompass: Drawings from the MoMA New York” at the Martin Gropius Bau museum on March 11, 2011 in Berlin, Germany. The show features works from the Judith Rothschild […]

2011 will be another year of exciting new exhibitions, following the Quadriennale 2010, an immensely successful collaboration of exhibits staged by the city’s major art museums and institutions that reaffirmed Düsseldorf’s reputation as one of Europe’s art centers.

Iconic surf brand Hurley announces a collaboration with musician, artist and activist Brandon Boyd, lyricist and lead singer of the band Incubus, on an exclusive art-inspired fashion collection benefiting H.O.P.E. (Helping Other People Everywhere). Brandon Boyd’s life is characterized by self-expression — a fusion of art, music, writing, activism and surfing. His love of the […]

More than 2,500 people made a pilgrimage to the Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art to tour the museum’s new $5 million wing during its debut over the weekend. The Morse, home to the world’s most comprehensive collection of works by American artist Louis Comfort Tiffany, opened its long-awaited 12,000-square-foot addition on Feb. 19. […]

Pompeii The Exhibit: Life and Death in the Shadow of Vesuvius, a new exhibit featuring the largest collection of the victims’ body casts and skeletons ever displayed, as well as more than 250 artifacts, some never-before-seen, is making its world premiere at Discovery Times Square (226 West 44th Street) from March 4, 2011 through September […]

The Mummies are Coming! Mummies of the World Exhibition Debuts in Philadelphia June 18, 2011 A 6,420-year-old child mummy from Peru, one the oldest child mummies ever discovered, joins an astonishing collection of mummies and related artifacts in the extraordinary exhibition Mummies of the World, which will make its debut at the world-renowned Franklin Institute […]

Brian Ewing, featured in the Printer’s Proof exhibition by Bertrand Delacroix Gallery, will be signing copies of his latest book, Don’t Hold Your Breath: The Art of Brian Ewing, the first collection of Ewing’s work, featuring posters, illustrations, and album covers spanning a decade for The New Yorker, Detective Comics, Warped Tour, Metallica, and many […]

Krzysztof Zanussi (Polish, b. 1939) is one of Polish cinema’s most important filmmakers. A former student of physics and philosophy—and an artist who lived under Stalinism and witnessed its collapse—Zanussi continues to make skeptical, probing films that investigate politics and power, faith and ethics, and family and love. Zanussi was the subject of a retrospective […]

MoMA PS1 presents the New York debut of Feng Mengbo’s installation Long March: Restart (2008), a large-scale interactive video-game installation. Recently acquired by MoMA and presented for the first time since it has entered the Museum’s collection, Long March is a fully functioning video game created by the Beijing-based artist, who is known for his […]

From June 17 to October 2, 2011, the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts (MMFA) will present The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier: From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk, the first retrospective devoted to the celebrated French couturier who launched his first prêt-à-porter collection in 1976 and founded his own couture house in 1997.

Among Warhol’s cinematic oeuvre, the black and white silent films are the most daring and experimental in their selection of subject and theme, psychological acuity, rhythmic pacing, and sheer beauty of form. Although these films were originally shot at sound-film speed (24 frames per second), Warhol specified that prints be projected at a slower speed […]