Google Alert - art

As-it-happens update February 21, 2018
Modern medicine is more science than art. But a new exhibition at New York University's Grey Art Gallery, The Beautiful Brain, examines art that has chronicled and enabled scientific progress. In 1906, the Spanish neuroscientist Santiago Ramón y Cajal won the Nobel Prize in Medicine for research into ...
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For half a century, feminist art has incorporated radical critiques of various forms of inequality and injustice, from political corruption to sexism in the art world itself. As part of the 106th annual College Art Association conference, the Feminist Art Project at Rutgers University will be presenting a day-long ...
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Arranged thematically, the exhibition demonstrates ways Cuban artists have responded to their social context, all while revealing a dialogue with art happening around the world. The exhibition, put together by Cuban-based curators Gerardo Mosquera, René Francisco Rodriguez, and Elsa Vega, with ...
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