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THE LIBER ABACI/BOOK OF CALCULATION BY LEONARDO PISANO BIGOLLO OR FIBONACCI, ONE OF THE MOST TALENTED WESTERN MATHEMATICIANS OF THE MIDDLE AGES IS FOR SALE Key parts of the Liber Abaci, the work that shaped the course of history by introducing Arabic numerals to the west, are to be sold at Bonhams New York on June [...]

HEIMO ZOBERNIG SOLO EXHIBITION AT FREIDRICH PETZEL Austrian artist Heimo Zobernig second solo exhibition is currently running through March 26, 2011 at the Freidrich Petzel gallery. Since the early 1980’s, Heimo Zobernig has mined various art historical moments and movements, specifically Modernism, post-Modernism, Geometric Abstraction and Minimalism, with a rigorous and interrogatory spirit. His often [...]

Scion’s National Art Tour Concept Takes An All-Video Installation Format To Five Cities in 2011 Scion’s illustrious national art tour, Installation, returns for its 7th year. Installation 7 launches February 19th at Scion’s own 4,200 square foot Installation L.A. gallery space in Culver City, Los Angeles, with a free opening reception from 7pm – 10pm [...]

KIM DORLAND ‘NOCTURNE’ EXHIBIT AT ANGELL GALLERY Kim Dorland’s ‘Nocturne’ exhibition (his six solo exhibition at the gallery) is currently running at Angell Gallery in Toronto through February 19, 2011. Toxic Rabbit Ghost in the Woods While Kim Dorland’s process in both its formation and its final object have remained grounded in the insights and attitudes [...]

New Works by Laura Ball and Ryan McLennan at David B. Smith Gallery opens January 28th, with the opening reception at 7pm – 10pm, with both artists will be in attendance, and runs through February 26, 2011. Laura Ball – Tree of Life Ryan McLennan – Purification

CHARLIE CHAPLAIN PHOTOGRAPHIC ARCHIVE ACQUIRED BY MUSÉE DE L’ELYSÉE IN LAUSANNE For each of Charlie Chaplain’s films, several photographers documented the filming at the request of the Chaplin Studios. These archives were owned by Chaplin, then his family. Courtesy Roy Export Co. Est. / Musée de l’Elysée Now The Musée de l’Elysée has announced a major [...]

The Bouroullec Brothers are known for their designs for the likes of Vitra, Magis and Cappellini, however there’s not a new chair or lighting design in sight at their latest show in Bordeaux at Arc en Rêve Architecture Centre. Instead, the exhibition space’s walls are given up to some 800 documents, photographs, sketches and mock-up outlines taken from the Ronan [...]


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