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2014/09/13 01:10
2014/09/13 01:10
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Wolf von dem Bussche, a longtime Berkeley resident whose photographs are in many public and private collections, died in Mission Viejo CA on August 12 at age 80. His son, Dr. Nicolas von dem Bussche,...
2014/09/13 01:10
2014/09/13 01:10
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2014/09/10 23:15
2014/09/10 23:15
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BMOA curator Vikki Cruz invited a dozen Kern County residents to pick their favorite artwork from the collection owned by the museum and also asked, "Why is art important to the community?" Jason...
2014/09/09 16:25
2014/09/09 16:25
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NEW YORK (AP) - Bloomberg Philanthropies says it's expanding its funding for cultural institutions' digital projects to help increase visitors' access to their resources. The nonprofit says it is...
2014/09/05 06:58
2014/09/05 06:58
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Several exciting exhibitions loom on the horizon this fall at regional art museums. The Crocker Art Museum, 216 O St., Sacramento, (916) 808-7000, has three major shows planned for the fall: • First...
2014/09/05 04:45
2014/09/05 04:45
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What will the 13 acres of new grassland above the rebuilt Doyle Drive look like? Five designs for the land near Crissy Field were unveiled Thursday. The designs are for an area that at one point may...
2014/09/03 21:57
2014/09/03 21:57
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After moving to Oakland in the early 1970s, Nagler started exploring museums, then soon began dabbling in photography himself. Although in those days it was strictly forbidden to take photographs in...
2014/08/30 08:50
2014/08/30 08:50
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Jack Balas is a Chicago-born, Colorado-based painter focusing on metaphoric images of men, cross-referenced at times with photos and writing. He is represented in the permanent collections of the...
2014/08/28 13:22
2014/08/28 13:22
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The incredible patriotic 'living photographs' assembled during World War One using up to 30,000 U.S. soldiers It can be difficult arranging a handful of family members for a photograph, which makes...
2014/08/27 01:45
2014/08/27 01:45
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From Zócalo Public Square If hashtags had existed right after World War II, America’s would’ve been #winning. Besides emerging victorious from the deadliest war in history and demonstrating American...
2014/08/26 15:22
2014/08/26 15:22
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From a tiny bump to nine months along in just six seconds: Expectant dad chronicles wife's pregnancy in mesmerizing Vine video An expectant father has used his film-making skills to capture his...
2014/08/25 10:48
2014/08/25 10:48
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San Francisco is one of the most desirable places to live and visit in the United States. It has won numerous accolades, including being voted as America’s Best City in 2012 by Businessweek. One of...
2014/08/22 20:08
2014/08/22 20:08
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Now they can relive every magic moment of the last nine months again. And again. And again. Vine artist Ian Padgham and painter Claire Pasquier documented Claire's entire pregnancy in a single Vine....
2014/08/21 19:08
2014/08/21 19:08
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MAKE IT FUNKY: UC Davis professor and sculptor Robert Arneson helped elevate ceramics to the realm of high art. Humor has always been a powerful tool for exposing, exploring and deflecting the...
2014/08/20 18:57
2014/08/20 18:57
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Photography, history, modern masterworks, local heroes and ancient objects are among the season's offerings from the fine art world. OPENING Robert Frank in America: The exhibition of more than 100...
2014/08/20 17:08
2014/08/20 17:08
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The enormous Bibliotheca Alexandrina in Alexandria, Egypt, was inaugurated in 2002 near the site of the original Library of Alexandria, built by the Greeks in the 3rd century BC. The building was...
2014/08/19 20:57
2014/08/19 20:57
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The fall visual arts season at Bay Area museums and galleries couldn't offer a more extreme range of attractions. They stretch from a million years ago in Arabia to the 1980s in New York subways. The...
2014/08/18 15:36
2014/08/18 15:36
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It's a small exhibition, only 10 works of art, but it carries a big, bold punch that is the hallmark of Pop Art. "Pop Art from the Anderson Collection," on display at the Cantor Arts Center through...
2014/08/15 07:58
2014/08/15 07:58
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I always look forward to Axis Gallery’s annual national juried show. In past years it has been a searching and satisfying exhibit. This year’s show, judged by Jenny Gheith, assistant curator of...
2014/08/14 23:59
2014/08/14 23:59
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Strolling across the Marin woodlands where his forebears once lived, Philip Gerstle handed out shovels to his cousins. The Gerstle family at home at Violet Terrace in San Rafael in the 1890s Aside...
2014/09/13 01:10
2014/09/13 01:10
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