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MIYAKO YOSHINAGA art prospects is pleased to present Æther, an exhibition of a new photographic series by Chicago-based artist Mayumi Lake. The exhibition will open Thursday October 14 and runs through Saturday November 13. The opening reception will be held on Thursday, October 14, from 6 to 8 PM. This is Lake’s fourth solo exhibition with MIYAKO YOSHINAGA art [...]

DESIGNER KARIM RASHID ‘UNPLANNED BRUTALISM’ NEW FURNITURE UNVEILING Karim Rashid will be showing his new furniture designs at Vintage 20 in New York City, on show November 5 – 8, 2010. Vintage 20 is a Manhattan based firm specializing in European mid-century furniture and decorative art.

MARC CHAGALL EXHIBIT IN HAMBURG The Bucerius Kunst Forum is showing around 150 works by Marc Chagall (1887 – 1985) in an exhibit titled Marc Chagall. Lifelines now through January 16, 2011. The exhibition presents numerous paintings, drawings and prints by Chagall from the collection of the Israel Museum in Jerusalem, which can be seen for [...]

PICASSO’S PEACE AND FREEDOM EXHIBIT Man passes a large photograph of Pablo Picasso at the Albertina Museum in Vienna September 21, 2010.

DIKE BLAIR: SCULPTURES AND PAINTINGS AT GAGOSIAN GALLERY The relationship between my paintings and sculpture (or other installation-type work) has intrigued me for a couple decades. The paintings are fairly traditional and almost always personal while the sculptures are more formal, or engage less traditional forms. One thing that seems to have remained constant in all my work [...]

Artist Judy Chicago to Give Lecture on Her New Book Frida Kahlo: Face to Face at Brooklyn Museum on October 3, 2010. Artist Judy Chicago, art historian Frances Borzello, and the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art celebrate the release of Frida Kahlo: Face to Face, a new book by Ms. Chicago and Ms. Borzello, [...]

French photographer Denis Darzacq’s suspended animation photography with subjects floating weightless, trapped in time, disconnected from their environment, yet fully immersed within it, juxtaposed against familiar objects and locations, causes one to pause and reflect. The subjects themselves become obscure and it is their flow, their gesture of movement within their space, that becomes the focal [...]


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