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“Golden Visions of Densatil: A Tibetan Buddhist Monastery” at Asia Society in New York City.
Each of Laura Mueller Woods’62 photography students at Davidson Day School recently had a photo featured at an exhibit at the Mint Museum of Art in Charlotte.
The old city of Jerusalem is the star of a visually stunning 3D Imax film thats bringing new attention to a non-Hollywood type of movie: short films that play in museums and science centers.
The Bechtler Museum of Modern Art in Charlotte is celebrating the most important piece in their collection: the building that houses the rest of it.
The late great African-American artist Archibald Motley’s “urban nocturne” cityscapes are as fresh and contemporary as ever in work on display at Duke University’s Nasher Museum of Art.
Carolinas Aviation Museum welcomes the donated jetliner, which will tell the story of commercial aviation growth in the 20th century
While 1968 was a year of political unrest, there is little evidence of such tumult in “Modernism in Changing Times: Work From 1968,” now on view at the Bechtler Museum of Modern Art.
Like his fabled appetites for dance and sex, Rudolf Nureyev’s hunger for collecting was insatiable. By 1983, when he was 45 and became director of the Paris Opera Ballet, he was the rock star of dance and a very rich man, with homes all over the world filled with treasures.
Catherine Wilson Horne to succeed John Mackay at science center
“Heaven and Earth: Art of Byzantium From Greek Collections” at the National Gallery of Art is resplendent, like a somber cloud with a fire inside.