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August 2020

The Kitchen Onscreen: 50th Anniversary Initiatives

August 18 - December 31
The Kitchen, 512 West 19th Street
New York, NY 10011 United States
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Taking the 50th anniversary of The Kitchen’s founding as a motivating milestone, we have launched a series of research projects focused on our organization’s history. These initiatives revisit and reanimate the materials held in The Kitchen’s archive and supplement these records with new oral histories and conversations among artists, curators, and other practitioners who have worked with the organization across the decades. The archive of The Kitchen’s activities from 1971–1999 is in the collection of the Getty Research Institute. A…

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October 2020

Margaret Morrison Home

October 5 - December 30
Woodward Gallery, 132A Eldridge Street
New York City, NY 10002 United States
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Tuscany is Margaret Morrison’s second home. Nearly every summer, she roams through the antique markets of Arezzo, Cortona, and Lucca looking for inspiration and finds tables laden with sumptuous offerings of silver, crystal and collectables which dazzle the eye.  In addition to the gentrified, high end antiques, there are tables piled high with cast off trinkets and broken lamps that fascinate Morrison with their accidental beauty. Upon returning to Athens, Georgia, Morrison began painting in her elegant, in-town studio with high…

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Mark Beltchenko: • • • — — — • • • (SOS) Virtual Exhibition

October 13, 2020 @ 8:00 am - January 16, 2021 @ 5:00 pm
Free

​Mark Beltchenko is a Detroit-area sculptor that is highly skilled in multiple media. Equally comfortable working in stone, steel, aluminum, wood and the non-ferrous metals, his work serves as a meditation on the good and bad in our current lives: the environment, political hypocrisy, positive growth, greed and human narcissism. His imagery communicates messages in ways that are both primitive and profound; both sweeping and diminutive. View the Virtual Exhibition at www.MarshallFredericks.org The views and opinions expressed in this exhibition…

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November 2020

Nature and the Artifice: Other Worlds

November 11 - December 10
The CAMP Gallery, 791 NE 125 St
Miami, FL 33161 United States
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The Contemporary Art Modern Project (The CAMP Gallery) is pleased to launch our latest online exhibition: Nature and the Artifice: Other Worlds, featuring works from: Alice Zilberberg, Khotan, Barbara Nati and Nikolina Petolas, all offer a unique vision of the real and the imagined. Looking at the modern world burdened and blustering under the strains of consumption one is confronted with an almost complete turn around and away from concepts of art and society from the past. Considering notions of…

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December 2020

The Bind of Beauty—Nature, Art, and Femininity

December 3 @ 11:00 am - 11:30 pm
Online, Online
Cambridge, MA 02138
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Free

Join us live on Zoom for a Student Guide Tour! Sophia Mautz ’21 examines the tensions between nature and artifice in the construction of feminine beauty. She will lead an interactive discussion of the sculptures Nature Study by Louise Bourgeois and Daphne by Renée Sintenis as well as the painting Under the Cherry Blossoms (an illustration for the Tale of Genji) by Tosa Mitsunobu. This free tour will take place online via Zoom. To join, click the following link: https://harvard.zoom.us/j/93380566066 (no pre-registration required). The Ho Family Student Guide Program…

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