Charles Demuth - At Marshall's, 1915 - Watercolor and graphite on paper - 8 x 10 ½ inches Collection Demuth Museum, Lancaster, PA - © 2009 Demuth Museum

Lancaster, PAThe Demuth Museum’s forthcoming exhibition, Demuth’s Destinations will explore the artist’s travels in the United States and abroad in relation to his ground breaking Modernist art. Following his study at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia, Charles Demuth (1883-1935) made his permanent residence and studio in his family home in Lancaster, creating the vast majority of his art there. Yet the artist led a peripatetic lifestyle, traveling regularly to Philadelphia, New York and Provincetown. Demuth also made several trips to Europe throughout his life, including stays in Paris, London and Berlin. On exhibition 5 July through 30 August, 2009.

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Andy Harper- Towards a New Psychology, 2006, Oil on board, © The Artist Courtesy the Lodeveans Collection

Leeds, UK - Challenging and thought-provoking new artworks from around the globe will be shown in a forthcoming exhibition at the Stanley and Audrey Burton Gallery, University of Leeds. They are on loan from the prestigious Lodeveans Collection of international contemporary art, established in April 2006 by visionary father and son collectors, Stuart and John Evans. The exhibition, ‘Obsession: Contemporary Art from the Lodeveans Collection,’ runs from 22 September until 28 November 2009. Opening Reception: Tuesday, 22 September, 2009, 6-8pm. The Gallery is open Mon-Sat, 10-5pm, and admission is free.

Read more: Stanley and Audrey Burton Gallery to host ‘Obsession: Art from the Lodeveans Collection’

Marianne von Werefkin - Herbst (Schule), 1907 - Oil on Canvas - Courtesy  Wallraf-Richartz Museum in Cologne

The Hague, NL - Love, art and passion at the Gemeentemuseum are the key focuses of this major exhibition featuring 17 famous artist couples like Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera, Camille Claudel and Auguste Rodin, Hans Arp and Sophie Taeuber-Arp, Robert and Sonia Delaunay, Wassily Kandinsky and Gabriele Münter, Natalia Gontscharowa and Michel Larionov, Lee Krasner and Jackson Pollock, Marianne von Werefkin and Alexej von Jawlensky, and Niki de Saint-Phalle and Jean Tinguely. Each couple’s personal and artistic ties are revealed via works of art created in a period stretching from the late nineteenth to the mid-twentieth century and now gathered together from all over the world.

Read more: Gemeentemuseum Den Haag to exhibit Love! Art! Passion! ~ Artist Couples

Joseph Beuys - I like America and America likes me, 1974 - installation

LONDON.- A powerful exhibition of German artist Joseph Beuys (1921-86) is on display this summer at the De La Warr Pavilion in Bexhill, as part of the ongoing ARTIST ROOMS on Tour with The Art Fund. Entitled Beuys is Here, the exhibition was opened officially by Sir Nicholas Serota, Director of Tate, on 4 July, marking the halfway point of the first year of the nationwide ARTIST ROOMS on Tour with The Art Fund.

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Paul De Lamerie Tureen In The Shape of a Green Turtle

Saint Louis, MO - The Saint Louis Art Museum announces the October 28 opening of Beyond the Maker’s Mark: Paul de Lamerie Silver in the Cahn Collection, an exhibition featuring 46 of the most important pieces, or groups of pieces, of Paul de Lamerie silver held in a private collection. More Than 40 Exquisite Objects on View through January 20. Through their variety, beauty and complexity, the exquisite objects in the exhibition illustrate Paul de Lamerie’s success as a silversmith in 18th-century London.

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MoMA Atlantic/Pacific subway project. - Atlantic Avenue/Pacific Street subway station, Brooklyn Credit: Jeff Baxter - © 2008 The Museum of Modern Art

NEW YORK, NY - MoMA Atlantic/Pacific is a large-scale installation of reproductions from The Museum of Modern Art's renowned collection of modern and contemporary art, displayed in the Atlantic Avenue/Pacific Street subway station in Brooklyn through March 15, 2009. The purpose of the underground communications campaign is to broaden awareness of MoMA’s collection and convey the affordable benefits of membership to local New York audiences.

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Andrew Rodriguez - Photo Montage

New York City - The HL23 tower, planned for a site on 23rd Street in Chelsea, is the kind of commission Neil Denari has being waiting for his entire working life. Mr. Denari, a Los Angeles architect who once ran the Southern California Institute of Architecture, has labored on the profession’s periphery for decades. But because of a recent demand for name-brand residential architecture in New York, he is finally getting a chance to test his ideas in the real world.

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Zhang Xiaogang - Bloodline: Big Family No. 13, 1996 - Oil on canvas - 180 x 210 cm, Courtesy Hanart TZ Gallery, Hong Kong

Groningen, Netherlands - The Groninger Museum presents work by the Chinese Realists and Avant-garde from the eighties and nineties. Gradually taking shape after the death of Mao Zedong (1976) and the subsequent winding-down of the Cultural Revolution, these movements formed the start of modern art in China. A knowledge of the Chinese Avant-garde is crucial in order to understand the present-day world of art in China. On view through 26 October, 2008.

Read more: Groninger Museum presents Chinese New Realism and Avant-garde

Jo Ann Callis (American, born 1940) - Woman with Wet Hair, 1978 - Dye transfer print, Framed: 66 X 81.3 cm. ©Jo Ann Callis and Craig Krull Gallery. The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles

LOS ANGELES, CA.- Jo Ann Callis: Woman Twirling, at the J. Paul Getty Museum, the Getty Center, March 31–August 9, 2009, offers an intimate glimpse into the provocative photographic work of Southern California artist Jo Ann Callis. A pioneering photographer, Callis (American, b. Ohio, 1940) established a reputation in the 1980s as one of the first artists to construct sets and create situations specifically for the purpose of being photographed. Fabricated tableaux of the 1980s and 1990s dominate this photographs exhibition selected from the Getty's holdings, including gifts from the photographer Gay Block, and the artist's own archive.

Read more: The Getty Museum opens the Provocative Photographic Work of Artist Jo Ann Callis

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