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The Museum of Modern Art Reopens its Doors and Celebrates its 75th Anniversary
5th Anniversary
New York's MoMA reopened its Manhattan location on November 20, 2004, after the most extensive renovation project in...
Cuban Elegance
Spring 2004
The largest island in the Caribbean Sea, with over five hundred years of written history, Cuba has the oldest colonial heritage in the Western Hemisphere. This spectacularly-illustrated volume
Palm Beach Jewelry & Antiques Show
Spring 2004
More than Palm Beach’s glitterati attended the well-publicized premiere of this vast show that featured 234 international jewelry, art, and antiques dealers in the new
The 56th Annual Williamsburg Antiques Forum
Spring 2004
For the past fifty-six years, collectors, scholars, and dealers have congregated at Colonial Williamsburg’s annual Antiques Forum. Many attendees return every season to
Through the Eye of the Camera
Spring 2004
An historic and aesthetic overview of American photography, this exhibition also provides a pictorial history of an expanding nation. The images follow America’s rise from its
Destinations: Coastal New England
Summer 2003
From the days when the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) gained a stronghold on this Massachusetts island, distinguishing their late eighteenth and early nineteenth century homes with deliberate simplicity and superb craftsmanship, Nantucket has been
Destinations: Santa Fe
Summer 2003
Countless others have been as similarly smitten as Lawrence by Santa Fe's allure (Fig. 1). Moved by the beauty and clear light of this so-called "City Different,"2 painters, photographers, writers, and sculptors have responded to its mystique, returning t
Highlights: Summer News, Events, and Trends
Summer 2003
A slice of lemon cake, a row of bow ties, city asphalt. The mundane is made monumental in the paintings of contemporary California artist Wayne Thiebaud. Spanning half a century thus far, Thiebaud's career has been steeped in success culminating in the cu
Highlights: Early Summer News, Events, and Trends
Early Summer
The current exhibition at the Fogg showcases what William W. Robinson, Maida and George Abrams Curator of Drawings at Harvard University Art Museums, describes as
Elinor Gordon: 2003 ADA Merit Award Recipient
Spring 2003
The Antiques Dealers' Association of America, Inc. (ADA) 1 is pleased to honor noted Chinese export porcelain dealer Elinor Gordon of Villanova, Pennsylvania, with the second Award of Merit for distinguished contributions to the antiques industry. Celebra
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