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As a result of a long-term loan and conservation agreement, the J. Paul Getty Museum put on view 14 works of art this spring from the Santa Barbara Museum of Art's superb collection of ancient Greek and Roman sculpture. On view in the South Pavilion at the Getty Center, the special installation features a selection of marble and bronze works depicting gods and goddesses, heroes, athletes, and other subjects. Comment?
The Santa Barbara Museum of Art has named Charles Wylie as Curator of Photography and New Media. A curator of international stature, Wylie is known for his role in establishing the Dallas Museum of Art's contemporary collection as one of the most important in any encyclopedic museum. Comment?
Phillips announced highlights from the New York Evening and Day Sales of Modern and Contemporary Editions, featuring Works on Paper, which will take place on 25 April. The two sessions will offer 346 lots, featuring works by icons of 20th century art, including Andy Warhol, Yves Klein, Keith Haring, Roy Lichtenstein, and Ernst Ludwig Kirchner. Comment?
LA Louver announced that artist Charles Garabedian died on February 11, 2016 at the age of 92. The cause of death was prostate cancer. A lover of literature, opera, jazz, horse racing, golf, poker, cigars, Scotch, and daily visits to Peet's Coffee and Tea in Santa Monica, Garabedian was beloved both as an artist and a teacher. Comment?
Fridman Gallery presents Lucid Dreaming, a selection of work by three painters of one generation working in New York. For the past 10 years , these artists have developed in-depth bodies of work that ignite the more traditional genres of painting - figuration, still life, landscape or domestic interiors - with a sense of contemporary urgency. Comment?
R & Company announces the opening of Jeff Zimmerman, an exceptional new body of work by the preeminent glass artist. The exhibition opened to the public on Tuesday, January 19th. Comment?
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