Monthly Archives: September 2012

Check Your Closets

The art world has been surprised recently by the discovery of a rare glass mosaic by Picasso at the Evansville Museum of Arts, History, and Science. The piece had been mislabeled in Indiana for the past few decades, packed away

Check Your Closets

The art world has been surprised recently by the discovery of a rare glass mosaic by Picasso at the Evansville Museum of Arts, History, and Science. The piece had been mislabeled in Indiana for the past few decades, packed away

Met Claims Summer Shows Added $781 Million to NYC

Museums continue to make their claim not to cultural importance but to importance in economic development: “Three widely acclaimed and highly attended exhibitions in the spring/summer 2012 season at The Metropolitan Museum of Art —Schiaparelli and Prada: Impossible Conversations; Tomás

Met Claims Summer Shows Added $781 Million to NYC

Museums continue to make their claim not to cultural importance but to importance in economic development: “Three widely acclaimed and highly attended exhibitions in the spring/summer 2012 season at The Metropolitan Museum of Art —Schiaparelli and Prada: Impossible Conversations; Tomás

The George Washington University installs Carol Brown Goldberg sculpture

This week the George Washington University installed a new sculpture by Carol Brown Goldberg, a long-time local artist. EdW, a seven foot tall, brightly painted bronze work sits at 23rd and G, in the heart of the University’s campus. The piece

The George Washington University installs Carol Brown Goldberg sculpture

This week the George Washington University installed a new sculpture by Carol Brown Goldberg, a long-time local artist. EdW, a seven foot tall, brightly painted bronze work sits at 23rd and G, in the heart of the University’s campus. The piece

The DC Fine Art Photography Fair comes in October

This October Kathleen Ewing, a long-time DC dealer, is bringing a Fine Art Photography Fair to the Capital. The fair will be held in a beautiful Beaux Arts mansion, the former home of the Spanish Ambassador. Although the District has

The DC Fine Art Photography Fair comes in October

This October Kathleen Ewing, a long-time DC dealer, is bringing a Fine Art Photography Fair to the Capital. The fair will be held in a beautiful Beaux Arts mansion, the former home of the Spanish Ambassador. Although the District has

Robert Klein Gallery named Best of Boston

Robert Klein Gallery of Boston, Massachusetts, has been showing the work of Diane Arbus and Annie Leibovitz since it was founded in 1980. Now, for the second year in a row, it’s been named Best Art Gallery, Photography, by Boson Magazine. The magazine

Robert Klein Gallery named Best of Boston

Robert Klein Gallery of Boston, Massachusetts, has been showing the work of Diane Arbus and Annie Leibovitz since it was founded in 1980. Now, for the second year in a row, it’s been named Best Art Gallery, Photography, by Boson Magazine. The magazine

Artline homepage features Carl Soloway Gallery

Our site’s homepage is currently featuring the Carl Soloway Gallery. The Cincinnati gallery specializing in modern and contemporary art, including painting, prints, sculpture, and new media, is celebrating its 50th year in business. Dan Christensen, Laredo, 2001, acrylic on canvas,

Artline homepage features Carl Soloway Gallery

Our site’s homepage is currently featuring the Carl Soloway Gallery. The Cincinnati gallery specializing in modern and contemporary art, including painting, prints, sculpture, and new media, is celebrating its 50th year in business. Dan Christensen, Laredo, 2001, acrylic on canvas,