Posts Tagged ‘brooklyn museum

HIDE/SEEK Interview with Arnold Lehman, Director of the Brooklyn Museum, and Tricia Laughlin Bloom, Project Curator who discuss the exhibition. B-roll of the HIDE/SEEK exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum.

The final section of the rare, thirty-five-centuries-old Egyptian Book of the Dead of the Goldworker of Amun, Sobekmose will go on long-term view on September 28, 2011 at the Brooklyn Museum of Art. The Book of the Dead is a present-day name for ancient Egyptian texts containing a number of magic spells intended to assist the [...]

Skylar Fein’s recent work titled Black Lincoln for Dooky Chase will be on view at the Brooklyn Museum through August 2011 as the centerpiece of an installation including related works from the permanent collection. In Fein’s 2010 work he overlays a silhouette portrait of Abraham Lincoln on a panel created to resemble an old wall menu [...]

In a rare interview, multi-platinum, 10-time Grammy Award-winning artist and icon JAY-Z will speak with Charlie Rose, executive editor and anchor of the Charlie Rose Show, before a live audience in the Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Auditorium at the Brooklyn Museum on Thursday, November 18, at 7 p.m. The conversation, which will be taped [...]

Beginning in the late 1930s, Norman Rockwell adopted photography as a tool to bring his illustration ideas to life. Working as a director, Rockwell staged his photographs, orchestrating every detail. Norman Rockwell: Behind the Camera at the Brooklyn Museum presents these photographs alongside his paintings, drawings, and related tear sheets to offer a look at the [...]

The opening night benefit preview of Modernism + Art20, an exposition devoted to both decorative and fine arts of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries will take place Thursday, November 11, 2010, from 5 to 9 p.m. at the Park Avenue Armory at 67th Street in Manhattan. Proceeds from the preview, which features a full cocktail reception, [...]

Seductive Subversion: Women Pop Artists, 1958–1968 exhibition features more that fifty works by Pop art’s most significant female artists and is the first major exhibition to explore in depth the contributions of female Pop artists. The exhibition will be on view in the Museum’s Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art and in the adjacent fourth-floor [...]


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