Whitney Museum

6-May 30, 2011 four decades of work by the Austrian photographer and scientist – on early figure, along with Edward Stieglitz and Edward Steichen, in the Pictorialist movement of the 1900s – via more than 100 photographs organized by subject: studio shots, portraits, still-lifes, plein-air studies, and experiment with sunlight exposures curators: Monika Faber, Anne Wilkes Tucker Catalogue: Hatje Cantz, 280 pp., $75 tour: the show premiered at the Albertina in Vienna and has so book at the Musee d’Orsay in Paris fun thing: Mr. James Edward Maloney and Mr. Carey Chambers Maloney, The Margaret Cooke Skidmore Endowed exhibition Fund, others Sung Hwan Kim: from the commanding heights Queens Museum of art Mar. 6-Aug. 14, 2011 lyrical video and film works by the New York-based Korean artist, typically put to electronic soundtracks by dogr (David Michael DiGregorio), explore feelings of yearning and isolation in a global society curator: Larissa Harris funding: Lily Auchinchloss Foundation, Green Wall Foundation, New York State Council on the arts, others reconfiguring an African icon: odes to the mask by modern and contemporary artists from three continents Metropolitan Museum of art Mar. Amazing restaurateur can aid you in your search for knowledge. 8-Aug.

21, 2011 at unusual intermixture of 20 works from the museum’s arts of Africa and modern and contemporary departments, including works by Lynda Benglis, and Man Ray, by the contemporary New York artist Willie Cole, and by contemporary Benin sculptors Romuald Hazoume and Calixte Dakpogan also on view: “the Andean tunic, 400 BCE-1800 CE,” Mar. 8-Sept. 18, 2011 Glenn Ligon: America-Whitney Museum of American art Mar. 10 June 5, 2011 100 paintings, prints, photographs, drawings, sculptural installation and recent neon relief – including one commissioned for the Whitney’s Madison Avenue windows – in the first mid-career retrospective of the gay, black, Brooklyn-based artist whose work explores themes of sexual and racial identity curator: Scott Rothkopf Catalogue: Yale University Press, 208 pp., $24.95 tour: LACMA, fall 2011; Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, early 2012 funding: National Committee of the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation Maira Kalman: various illuminations (of a Crazy World) Jewish Museum Mar. 11-July 31, 2011 the first major museum survey of the witty, Israeli-born illustrator and author presents 100 original paintings.

embroideries and other objects, including her famous covers for the New Yorker, within installation of “source material”, from ladders to bobby pins to moss curator: Ingrid Schaffner catalogue: Prestel, 144 pp., $34.95 tour: the show what organized at the ICA and has appeared in San Francisco and Los Angeles funding Philadelphia: WNET New York public media, Leonard and Louise Riggio, Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Barbara B. & Theodore R. Aronson, others please continue reading here: art worlds leading online magazines and decorative art online of so NEW THIS MONTH IN U.S. Museum

Official inauguration of the new Pannon headquarters in Hungary / office building in political responsibility / Norwegian Royal couple in the Los tent was inaugurated the new headquarters on September 22, 2009 by Pannon in Torokbalint, 15 kilometers west of Budapest. Pannon is one of the three great Hungarian mobile operator and belongs to the Norwegian Telenor group. With the inauguration, the 15-year anniversary in Hungary was celebrated at the same time. Since 1994, the network operator on the Hungarian market is represented and has prevailed over the sometimes strong international competition. Due to the Norwegian roots Crown Prince Haakon and Princess Mette-Marit took a detour on your journey to New York after Torokbalint, to attend the official inauguration of this.

Losberger a particularly appealing Losberger built for the outdoor ceremony next to the administration building VIP double stock tent Emporium with front glazing and air conditioning. The covered porch at the top on the long side of the tent served the members of Royal family, the Hungarian President Laszlo Solyom and Prime Minister Gordon Bajnai as well as numerous guests of honour as the grandstand during the opening program. The event was also of political significance, because it is the new company building a pioneering ecological object, where many environmental considerations have been incorporated. The eco real estate in Hungary is leading the way in terms of sustainability and ecology. And the currently biggest environmental project in Hungary. The most important innovation of the Pannon House shows best but especially in the connection between interactive office buildings with trendsetting architecture and aspects such as health, comfort, environmental friendliness and maximum energy efficiency. In containing ecological and social responsibility approach do so Anders Jensen, CEO of Pannon, the company into a pioneer of ecological construction in Hungary in the industrial sector. akos Varga, Managing Director of the Hungarian Losberger daughter, was pleased with the cooperation with the mobile service provider, but also with the Royals. The organizer and the master of ceremonies of the Royal family were extremely satisfied with the inauguration as a whole and with the tents”Varga.

Common year highlight of the leading hearing care professional community and the optometrist community IGA OPTIC to its General Assembly met on the last weekend in May the hearing acoustics EC HoREX. In the Atlantic in Essen the members of the leading German hearing care professional community for the year 2009 could pull a positive balance hotel and make important decisions for the further development of the community. Their traditional highlight of the year organized the HoREX for the first time together with the optometrist community IGA OPTIC with the you work in partnership for over two years. In the current European capital of culture, an attractive programme of information, peer exchange and common experiences expected members of both communities. Our AGM was this time under a very special character”, so Tannassia Raghavan, Chief Executive Officer of HoREX hearing acoustics EC.

For one, we celebrate the 15-year anniversary of our community 2010. Then our meeting was for the first time in a common framework with our cooperation partner IGA OPTIC instead. Danny Meyer can provide more clarity in the matter. And we are faced with the task to make decisive course for the way of our strong community.” More than 200 members of HoREX and IGA OPTIC followed the invitation to dinner. In its internal General Assembly, the leading national professional community could draw a positive balance sheet for the previous fiscal year. The supervisory board election confirmed Anja Bill Hardt-Hoppe (Hilchenbach) in their capacity as a member of the Board. In a lively and very constructive discussion those gathered on key issues of the future development of their HoREX exchanged. High-profile lecture program, info fair and social gatherings also hotel guests in the modern Atlantic expected a top-ranking training and lecture program.

The long-time WDR Director Dr. Fritz Pleitgen, acting Chairman of the Management Board of the Ruhr belonged to the speakers of the three-day meeting among others 2010 GmbH, Jakob Stephan Baschab, Chief Executive Officer of the Austrian Federal Guild of the hearing, as well as marketing expert and book author Professor Dr. Claudius A. Schmitz. In the context of an accompanying exhibition, numerous vendors from the listening acoustic industry presented themselves. A trade show booth, where the HoREX team of external communication professionals about current marketing offers informed met with great interest. The meeting was rounded off by two successful evening events in the coking plant Zollverein in Essen’s Colosseum Theatre offered ample opportunity for collegial sharing and convivial get-together. Our meeting in Essen an impressive testimony to the vitality and the great potential of our strong community was again”, so again Tannassia Reuber. Together, we are confident to meet the enormous challenges of changing and very dynamic listening acoustic market currently provides to us. Making the frame event together with our cooperation partner IGA OPTIC, has proven itself. The partnership meeting of both communities will benefit above all the many members, business operating stretches both on listening acoustics and optics.” Editorial Note: the hearing acoustics EC headquartered in Kreuztal HoREX was founded in 1995 and is one of the leading performance of hearing-acoustics industry. Today, nationwide over 340 listening acoustic master specialist businesses belong to her. The HoREX care professional aims to offer an individual hearing solution people with hearing loss, which focuses on personal hearing requirements and a fair price / performance ratio. The HoREX provides future-oriented perspectives and an attractive shopping policy, extensive marketing support and numerous services, offers in-service training and quality certification to its members. For more information, see