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SEATTLE ART MUSEUM launches "Deco Japan" in its 1933 Deco building
May 10, 2014


         "Shown in our gem-like 1933 Art Deco building, Deco Japan offers you the rare opportunity to 
          experience the full range of Deco artistry in a period setting."

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DECO JAPAN catalogue wins AMERICAN GRAPHIC DESIGN AWARD
Monday, April 1, 2013

We are pleased that the design of ASI’s catalogue for DECO JAPAN: Shaping Art and Culture, 1920-1945 was a recipient of The American Graphic Design Award for 2012 (below). Our congratulations to Tish O’Connor and Dana Levy of Perpetua Press for a job well done!

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DECO JAPAN Continues Successful Tour Across U.S.
Monday, April 1, 2013

Monday, April 1, 2013

Following record-breaking attendance at the show’s premiere presentation at the Japan Society Galleries in New York City last year, ASI’s riveting exhibition, DECO JAPAN: Shaping Art and Culture 1920-1945 (see Current Touring Exhibitions), traveled to Sarasota, Florida, for an extended showing at the John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art...

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IMPRESSIONS Art Journal Highlights DECO JAPAN Exhibition and Catalogue
Monday, April 1, 2013

Reviewer CATHERINE BAE writes: “…the curator and essay contributors to the "Deco Japan" catalogue identified key themes, adding greatly to the understanding of Japanese deco on its own terms…significant contributions to the understanding of this era, especially for anyone interest in the complex relationship between ideology and the arts during this fascinating period of twentieth-century Japanese history.

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Internationally Recognized Skira Rizzoli to Co-Publish ASI Exhibition Catalogue
Monday, April 1, 2013

ASI is pleased to announce that the exhibition catalogue accompanying its Toulouse-Lautrec and La Vie Moderne:  Paris 1880-1910 tour (see Upcoming Exhibitions) will be produced and distributed by ASI with Skira Rizzoli Publishing.

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"An Urbane and Unexpected Leap From West to East -
‘Deco Japan: Shaping Art and Culture’ at Japan Society"

TIPSY by Kobayakawa Kiyoshi, 1930, ink and pigment on paper, The Levenson Collection

March 22, 2012

In his enthusiastic review, KEN JOHNSON finds much to celebrate in ASI's "Deco Japan" exhibition, calling it a "beautiful and sociologically intriguing show...."

He reports that: "What is striking about almost everything in the show is how seamlessly East and West and old and new are wed."

"Some objects in the exhibition blend tradition and innovation so adeptly that it would be hard, without context, to guess in what century they were made."

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 THE NEW YORKER

THE NEW YORKER magazine selects the "DECO JAPAN" exhibition to highlight in its "Goings On About Town" segment  
February 13, 2012

The recommendation states:

The Art Deco style, which first developed in Paris, was a strong influence on Japanese arts and design between the wars—never mind the conventional wisdom that modernism took root in the country after the Second World War. “Deco Japan: Shaping Art and Culture, 1920-1945,” at the Japan Society, surveys the period, with sculptures, prints, and photographs


THE WALL STREET JOURNAL praises OBJECT OF DEVOTION exhibition and catalogueAlabasters exhibition
January 11, 2012

"THE WALL STREET JOURNAL" gives a glowing review of ASI's exhibition, "OBJECT OF DEVOTION: English Medieval Alabaster Sculpture from the VIctoria and Albert Museum," and reports that 

                "...the catalogue deserves to become a popular reference book on this genre of Medieval art."

 

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Modan bushi (The Modern Song) by K. Katani, 1930, ink and pigment on paper; NEW YORK CITY: Japan Society's DECO JAPAN Exhibit Opens March 16 
December 15, 2011

The BROADWAY WORLD News Desk reports that "A thoroughly Japanese expression of the first truly global design style -- Art Deco -- came into being in the 20s and 30s, when 
              the luxe and the low, 
              the old and the new, 
              and the East and the West 
were shaken and stirred into a unique cultural cocktail."

"Some 200 works are drawn from the Levenson Collection, the world's finest private holding of Japanese art and design from the Art Deco period."


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Object of Devotion Catalogue Wins Second Design Award
September 9, 2011 

Art Services International is pleased to announce that the exhibition catalogue for "Object of Devotion: Medieval English Alabaster Sculpture from the Victoria and Albert Museum" has won an American Graphic Design Award of Excellence from Graphic Design USA, a leading graphic design magazine. The award honors outstanding design work across all media, and ASI is proud to recieve this second accolade for its visually stunning scholarly volume. Designed by Lynne Komai at the Watermark Design Office in Alexandria, Virginia, the book is 224 pages and includes full-color plates of all 60 objects in the touring exhibition. Essays by Dr. Paul Williamson, Fergus Cannan, Professor Stephen Perkinson and Professor Eamon Duffy are also fully illustrated. The catalogue is on sale in hosting museums and will be available on ASI's website after the traveling exhibition tour concludes.

 


 

Washington Book Publishers AwardObject of Devotion Catalogue Wins Second Place in the Washington Book Publishers
Association Design and Effectiveness Awards
June 8, 2011

 

ASI's current traveling exhibition "Object of Devotion: Medieval English Alabaster Sculpture from the Victoria and Albert Museum," which will appear next at the Tyler Museum of Art in Texas, has won accolades from the Washington Book Publishers Association for its scholarly catalogue. The 224-page all-color book was awarded second place in the Book Design and Effectiveness competition in the Illustrated Text category for small-to medium-sized non-profit publishers. Designed by Lynne Komai of the Watermark Design office in Alexandria, Virginia, the catalogue competed against several Washington museums to secure the second place award.

 

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Fashioning Kimono Traveling Exhibition Featured in Macon Cherry Blossom Festival                                                  
Monday, January 31, 2011

"Fashioning Kimono" opened January 28 at the Museum of Arts and Sciences in Macon, Georigia and will run until April 10, 2011.  The exhibition will serve as a key attraction to the area's Cherry Blossom Festival, which was named one of the Top 20 Events in the South. The 

Museum will host visitors from the Japanese consulate in Atlanta and will also highlight Japanese pieces from its collection while hosting the exhibition.

 

 




    
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Modan bushi (The Modern Song) by K. Katani, 1930, ink and pigment on paper;  

NEW YORK CITY: Japan Society's DECO JAPAN Exhibit Opens March 16 

Thursday, December 15, 2011

BROADWAY WORLD News Desk reports that "A thoroughly Japanese expression of the first truly global design style -- Art Deco -- came into being in the 20s and 30s, when
              the luxe and the low,
              the old and the new,
              and the East and the West
were shaken and stirred into a unique cultural cocktail."

"Some 200 works are drawn from the Levenson Collection, the world's finest private holding of Japanese art and design from the Art Deco period."

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Object of Devotion Catalogue Wins Second Design Award
Friday, September 9, 2011

Art Services International is pleased to announce that the exhibition catalogue for "Object of Devotion: Medieval English Alabaster Sculpture from the Victoria and Albert Museum" has won an American Graphic Design Award of Excellence from Graphic Design USA, a leading graphic design magazine. The award honors outstanding design work across all media, and ASI is proud to recieve this second accolade for its visually stunning scholarly volume. Designed by Lynne Komai at the Watermark Design Office in Alexandria, Virginia, the book is 224 pages and includes full-color plates of all 60 objects in the touring exhibition. Essays by Dr. Paul Williamson, Fergus Cannan, Professor Stephen Perkinson and Professor Eamon Duffy are also fully illustrated. The catalogue is on sale in hosting museums and will be available on ASI's website after the tour concludes.

 

 

 

 


Artist unknown. Panel of the Assumption of the Virgin, later 15th century. Alabaster, Victoria and Albert Museum. London.

 Object of Devotion Opens at Tyler Museum of Art
Sunday, September 4, 2011

"Object of Devotion: Medieval English Alabaster Sculpture from the Victoria and Albert Museum" opened in the Southwest's only venue at the Tyler Museum of Art on September 4. The Tyler Museum -- a beacon of art in East Texas with roots dating back to 1952 -- is  celebrated for its emphasis on diversity in the visual arts. With a growing collection that includes Texas-based artists like James Surls, Terry Allen, and Vernon Fisher, the Tyler Museum also dedicates gallery space within its award-winning structure to the presentation of international exhibitions. "Object of Devotion" follows exhibitions of American Indian beadwork, paintings and decorative art from the Graham Williford Collection, and ASI's own "Fashioning Kimono."

 

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Washington Book Publishers AwardObject of Devotion Catalogue Wins Second Place in the Washington Book Publishers Association Design and Effectiveness Awards
Wednesday, June 4, 2011

ASI's current exhibition "Object of Devotion: Medieval English Alabaster Sculpture from the Victoria and Albert Museum," which will appear next at the Tyler Museum of Art in Texas, has won accolades from the Washington Book Publishers Association for its scholarly catalogue. The 224-page all-color book was awarded second place in the Book Design and Effectiveness competition in the Illustrated Text category for small-to medium-sized non-profit publishers. Designed by Lynne Komai of the Watermark Design office in Alexandria, Virginia, the catalogue competed against several Washington museums to secure the second place award.



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Fashioning Kimono Exhibition Featured in Macon Cherry Blossom Festival
Monday, January 31, 2011

Fashioning Kimono" opened January 28 at the Museum of Arts and Sciences in Macon, Georigia and will run until April 10, 2011.  The exhibition will serve as a key attraction to the area's Cherry Blossom Festival, which was named one of the Top 20 Events in the South. The Museum will host visitors from the Japanese consulate in Atlanta and will also highlight Japanese pieces from its collection while hosting the exhibition.





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Panel of the Harrowing of Hell, late 15th century, alabaster, Victoria and Albert Museum
Object of Devotion Exhibition Celebrated in Palm Beach

Monday, December 27, 2010


Society of the Four Arts in Palm Beach, Florida celebrates "memorable" alabaster sculpture as a "window into the Middle Ages." "Object of Devotion: Medieval English Alabaster Sculpture from the Victoria and Albert Museum" opened on December 2, 2010 and will be on display until January 9, 2011.
 
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FASHIONING KIMONO Arrives at the Birmingham Museum of ArtWoman's Kimono; Late Taisho-early Showa period, 1920s-1930s; machine-spun pangee silk, plain weave, stencil-printed warp and weft threads; The Montgom
Monday, July 26, 2010


"Fashioning Kimono: Art Deco and Modernism in Japan" opens July 31, 2010 at the Birmingham Museum of Art in tandem with a fascinating schedule of public programs.




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Botero on the Cover of Antiques and the Arts Weekly
Tuesday, May 11, 2010

"Antiques and the Arts" explores ASI's "The Baroque World of Fernado Botero" in its May cover story.











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Memorial Art Gallery Reveals Beautiful KIMONO Installation
Thursday, February 18, 2010

The Memorial Art Gallery at the University of Rochester in Rochester, New York, opened "FASHIONING KIMONO" on January 30, 2010 with beautiful results!  A selection of installation photos for this presentation, open in Rochester until April 11, 2010, can be found by clicking "Read More" below. 

 



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Fernando Botero Is Interviewed by CENTRO, Tampa
Thursday, January 07, 2010

Fernando Botero is interviewed in CENTRO, Tampa – the most influential Spanish-language weekly in the Tampa, Florida area.  In anticipation of the January 9, 2010 opening of the “The Baroque World of Fernando Botero” at the Society of the Four Arts in Palm Beach, Florida, CENTRO conducted a lengthy interview with the Columbian artist.  The details, which include sound, can be found at the below link.

http://www2.centrotampa.com/content/2010/jan/01/fernando-botero/

  As published by CENTRO, Tampa, on Friday, January 1, 2010.

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  BIG AND BEAUTIFUL: BOTERO Graces the Cover of the Colorado Springs Independent
 Thursday, May 28, 2009

BIG AND BEAUTIFUL

The large world of renowned artist, Fernando Botero, squeezes into the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center.

The Colorado Springs Independent cover story (May 28, 2009) by Edie Adelstein, marks the launch of the exhibition's Colorado Springs venue.  Fernando Botero is interviewed for the piece.




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MURAQQA' Honored with the 29th Annual George Wittenborn Book Award!
Friday, April 17, 2009

The Art Research Libraries Society of North America bestowed ASI's MURAQQA': Imperial Mughal Albums from the Chester Beatty Library, Dublin exhibition catalogue with the George Wittenborn Book Award Honorable Mention for excellence in North American art publications.







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FASHIONING KIMONO Exhibition Article in April's ASIAN ART NEWSPAPER
Friday, April 10, 2009
  
"Fashioning Kimono: Art Deco and Modernism in Japan" is featured in the April, 2009 issue of the Asian Art Newspaper, with an article entitled "Traditional Japanese Kimono and Western Designs."  Please Click "Read More" below to access the article.
 








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MURAQQA' Attendance Tops THE ART NEWSPAPER'S 2008 Figures!
Wednesday, April 08, 2009

"MURAQQA': Imperial Mughal Albums from the Chester Beatty Library, Dublin" is one of 2008's top ten highest-attended exhibitions of Asian art in the world, according to April's The Art Newspaper.     





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Fashioning Kimono Featured on WUFT's
Wednesday, April 01, 2009

The Samuel P. Harn Museum's presentation of "Fashioning Kimono: Art Deco and Modernism in Japan" is featured on "Gallery," WUFT TV, University of Florida (April 2009).

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PAINTINGS FROM THE REIGN OF VICTORIA featured in Fine Art Connoisseur Magazine
 Monday, March 09, 2009
       
ASI's exhibition, "Paintings from the Reign of Victoria: The Royal Holloway Collection, London" is featured in the current issue of Fine Art Connoisseur Magazine.








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 CATALOGUE SALE!
Friday, February 20, 2009

 ASI is pleased to announce a Catalogue Sale on remaining stock of our most-popular exhibition catalogues!

For a limited time only, a 60% discount is offered on select catalogue titles.  Click below to take advantage of this unique offer.






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PAINTINGS FROM THE REIGN OF VICTORIA is a Stunner in Delaware
Wednesday, February 04, 2009

The Delaware Art Museum in Wilmington celebrated their presentation of "Paintings from the Reign of Victoria: THE ROYAL HOLLOWAY COLLECTION, LONDON" with much fanfare on January 31st.  The exciting opening events at the DAM mark the second stop on exhibition's U.S. tour.     



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The Frick Celebrates the U.S. Launch of From Michelangelo to Annibale Carracci
Wednesday, November 12, 2008

The Frick Art & Historical Center in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania is the premier venue for the North American tour of "From Michelangelo to Annibale Carracci: A Century of Italian Drawings from the Prado."  The exhibiton opened on October 25th with a series of special events hosted by the Frick.  A wide variety of public programs-- including lectures, workshops, film screenings, and musical events-- are being offered in conjunction with the exhibition, which is on view at The Frick Art & Historical Center through January 4, 2009.









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PAINTINGS FROM THE REIGN OF VICTORIA Featured in Christie's Publications
Wednesday, October 08, 2008

Christie's International features "Paintings from the Reign of Victoria: The Royal Holloway Collection, London" in their Fall 2008 publications.    




 
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MURAQQA' Feature Appears in VERANDA Magazine
 Wednesday, October 01, 2008

"Muraqqa': Imperial Mughal Albums from the Chester Beatty Library, Dublin" is featured in a fully-illustrated article in the October 2008 issue of Veranda Magazine.  The article is penned by Dr. Elaine Wright, Curator of the Islamic Collections at the Chester Beatty Library, and Curator of the Exhibition.







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FASHIONING KIMONO Kicks Off U.S. Tour in Philadelphia!
 Monday, September 08, 2008

Philadelphia, PA --The Philadelphia Museum of Art celebrated the launch of the U.S. tour of "Fashioning Kimono: Art Deco and Modernism in Japan" with a series of special events held on April 25, 2008.  The opening events programme included a luncheon in honor of the show's lender, Jeffrey Montgomery, and a special exhibition preview which was followed by a lecture and exhibition catalogue signing by the show's Curator, Annie Van Assche.  "Fashioning Kimono" is the first exhibition to be held in the Philadelphia Museum of Art's newly-renovated Pearlman Building.

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The Detroit Institute of Arts to Host MURAQQA'
Friday, August 22, 2008

Detroit, MI -- "Muraqqa': Imperial Mughal Albums from the Chester Beatty Library, Dublin," which opens at the Detroit Institute of Arts on Saturday, offers a visually stunning show of miniature paintings and exquisite calligraphy that illuminate royal life in a Muslim-ruled, ethnically diverse India. It's an intriguing example of tolerant governance in an empire crowded with competing claims and religions.







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The Sackler launches MURAQQA' U.S. tour with a week of festivities
Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Washington, DC -- The Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, part of the Smithsonian Institution, hosted a week-long series of special events and festivities to celebrate the highly-anticipated launch of the "MURAQQA': Imperial Mughal Albums from the Chester Beatty Library, Dublin" U.S. tour.    






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The New York Times Reviews MURAQQA'
Friday, July 18, 2008

Washington, DC — Muraqqa is the Persian term for a patched garment traditionally worn by Sufi mystics as a sign of poverty and humility. Yet it is also the word for a gilded and lavishly calligraphed album. This type of muraqqa, a luxury object from the Mughal empire in India, is a patchwork of imagery: portraits of emperors and courtiers, Eastern mystics and Western religious figures; examples of plant and animal life.










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MURAQQA' Catalogue Wins BEST OF SHOW at the Washington Book Publishers Awards!
Monday, June 16, 2008
   
Washington, DC -- "MURAQQA': Imperial Mughal Albums from the Chester Beatty Library, Dublin" takes the top honor of BEST OF SHOW at the Washington Book Publishers 2008 Book Design and Effectiveness Awards.
 
    
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PAINTINGS FROM THE REIGN OF VICTORIA to Premier at the Philbrook Museum this Fall
Friday, June 13, 2008

Alexandria, VA -- "Paintings from the Reign of Victoria: THE ROYAL HOLLOWAY COLLECTION,LONDON," an exhibition organized and circulated by Art Services International, premieres at the Philbrook Museum on October 11, 2008.


 

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Washington Post Art Critic Blake Gopnik Says Chester Beatty Albums Dazzle
Sunday, May 18, 2008

Washington, DC -- Is it possible that some of the world's most colorful, exquisitely crafted pictures were barely meant to be seen? That absolutely gorgeous art could have been conceived without concern for human eyes?

"Muraqqa' : Imperial Mughal Albums From the Chester Beatty Library, Dublin," the show that opened recently at the Smithsonian's Sackler Gallery for Asian art, suggests such strange possibilities

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FROM MICHELANGELO TO ANNIBALE CARRACCI To Premier at the Frick Art & Historical Center, PA
Thursday, May 01, 2008

Alexandria, VA – Art Services International is pleased to announce an exhibition of seventy superb sixteenth-century Italian drawings -- "From Michelangelo to Annibale Carraci:  A Century of Italian Drawings from the Prado"-- from one of the world’s premier art institutions, the Prado Museum in Madrid.








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FASHIONING KIMONO is AN EXHIBIT WORTH A ROAD TRIP
Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Philadelphia, PA -- The New York Sun highlights the Philadelphia Museum of Art's presentation of "Fashioning Kimono: Art Deco and Modernism in Japan" as a top pick in their "Exhibits Worth A Road Trip" feature in the Paper's May 19, 2008 Travel section.



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The Society of the Four Arts Deems FERNANDO BOTERO a Tremendous Success!
Friday, March 14, 2008

 
Palm Beach, FL -- "The Baroque World of Fernando Botero" ended its triumphant run at the Society of the Four Arts in Palm Beach, Florida on February 24, 2008.  Deemed a tremendous success by the Museum staff, the exhibition's final attendance figures are a testament to the show's popularity with the Palm Beach community.




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The New York Times Recommends MURAQQA' as a CHOICE SHOW AROUND THE COUNTRY
Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Washington, DC --The New York Times recommends "MURAQQA': Imperial Mughal Albums from the Chester Beatty Library, Dublin" as one of their CHOICE SHOWS ALL AROUND THE COUNTRY in the March 12, 2008 Special Museums Section.
 




  
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Fashioning Kimono premieres at the Philadelphia Museum of Art -- April 26
Sunday, December 23, 2007

Soon to launch,  Fashioning Kimono: Art Deco and Modernism in Japan, highlights kimono of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The 97 kimono in this exhibition portray two important facets: they represent one of the most dynamic periods in the history of Japan's national costume, and they also depict the last historical era of the "living kimono"-when kimono was being worn by the large majority of the populace. But the kimono never lost its appeal; it remained the dominant dress form from the early 20th century until the 1940's, as it took on, little by little, a more formal meaning.  In the minds of the Japanese at this time, the kimono symbolized Japan before the war.  The exhibition includes formal, semi-formal, and casual kimono, haori jackets, and undergarments worn by men, women, and children.  The kimono are drawn from the Montgomery Collection in Lugano, Switzerland, and are featured along with a selection of period photographs on loan from the International Hokusai Research Centre in Milan.



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Imperial Mughal Albums premieres at the Sackler Gallery, Washington, DC -- May 3
Saturday, December 22, 2007

To open in May: Muraqqa': Imperial Mughal Albums from the Chester Beatty Library, Dublin, an exhibition of 86 superb Mughal-dynasty album folios, (pages) is drawn from one of the finest and most respected collections of its kind in the world—the Chester Beatty Library in Dublin, Ireland.  The albums made in the years 1600–1657 for the emperors Jahangir and Shah Jahan, encompass some of the most remarkable of all historical depictions of individuals and the world around them.  The Mughal dynasty ruled India for more than three centuries, but the period of greatest artistic production for individual paintings was that of these two great emperors.  The albums of paintings and calligraphy (called muraqqa’ in Persian) that they assembled now serve as a window to understanding the history and culture of this pivotal period of Indian history.
 
  
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Botero Exhibition a Huge Success in Oklahoma City
Sunday, December 09, 2007

"The Baroque World of Fernando Botero" made its latest stop at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art.  The show -- which ran from September 15-December 9, 2007 -- was hailed as a huge success by the Museum.  Please click "Read More" to view photographs from the Museum's Members' Preview event held on September 12th!




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Retrospective Botero exhibit at museum is a must see!
Monday, September 24, 2007

NewsOK, a publication from Oklahoma, provides an exciting review of the Oklahoma City Museum of Art's latest exhibit, The Baroque World of Fernando Botero.  The author describes several of the highlights of the show, which includes paintings, drawings and sculptures from Fernando Botero's private collection.





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Oklahoma City Museum of Art Brings Botero Back after 12 years
Friday, September 14, 2007

Twelve years after Fernando Botero's colossal sculptures captured the imagination of Oklahomians, the Oklahoma City Museum of Art is bringing back a selection of the Columbian artist's larger-than-life works."

   

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Scholar for ASI's newest exhibition to lecture in UK
Wednesday, September 12, 2007
 
Fergus Cannan, sculpture scholar and catalogue author for ASI’s up-coming exhibition, Medieval Alabasters from the Victoria and Albert Museum, will be lecturing at Gloucester Cathedral in October.  His presentation will concentrate on the Iconography of Kingship in Alabaster,  focusing on the tombs of Robert the Bruce and King Edward II.  He will also be formally announcing the important up-coming US tour "Medieval Alabasters from the Victoria and Albert Museum", to launch in fall of 2010 (bookings available).


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Botero Exhibit to Open at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art
Thursday, September 06, 2007

An article in the Times Record News, Whichita Falls Online, announces the opening of The Baroque World of Fernando Botero.




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Botero Retrospective at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art
Monday, August 27, 2007

Oklahoma City, OK – The Oklahoma City Museum of Art is pleased to present The Baroque World of Fernando Botero, opening September 13 through December 2, 2007. This retrospective exhibition, drawn from the collection of the artist and assembled over the last fifty years, has been organized and circulated by Art Services International, Alexandria, Virginia. The exhibition’s 100 paintings, sculptures, and drawings were selected by Dr. John Sillevis, curator of the Gemeentemuseum, The Hague.



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A Major Review of Waking Dreams: The Art of the Pre-Raphaelites from the Delaware Art Museum
Tuesday, June 19, 2007

Art Services International has assembled the biggest American showing of Pre-Raphaelite work in recent memory from the collection of the Delaware Art Museum.   Bend Weekly, a newspaper from Bend, Oregon,  published a major review of Waking Dreams: The Art of the Pre-Raphaelites from the Delaware Art Museum at its final venue, the San Diego Museum of Art in Balboa Park.
   
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San Antonio Launch of Botero Show Attracts Record Attendance!
Thursday, May 24, 2007

Click on the "read more" link below to view the reception for The Baroque World of Fernando Botero in San Antonio, Texas. More than 2,000 people people viewed the exhibition on opening day, May 25!






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Countdown to The Baroque World of Fernando Botero
Wednesday, March 28, 2007
 
San Antonio, one of the country's most distinctive cultural centers, with a deep, enduring pride in Hispanic arts and artists, will be the first U.S. stop on a long-anticipated retrospective exhibition entitled The Baroque World of Fernando Botero, which features Botero's paintings, prints and sculptures from the artist's personal collection.


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The Chronicle Review praises The Baroque World of Fernando Botero
Friday, February 16, 2007

The Chronicle Review published a review of The Baroque World of Fernando Botero titled "Good and Big."  The author attempts to define the source of Botero's fascination, describing him as "an artist of contradiction."



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Saint Louis photos of Waking Dreams: The Art of the Pre-Raphaelites from the Delaware Art Museum
Thursday, February 01, 2007

A selection of photos of the Saint Louis Art Museum installation of Waking Dreams: The Art of the Pre-Raphaelites from the Delaware Art Museum.







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