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Posted: 28 Feb 2011 09:18 AM PST

Audi Q5 diproduksi oleh produsen Jerman. Q5 dilengkapi dengan mesin 2.0 FSI Turbo dan roda quattro drive, mobil ini adalah kelas SUV paling sporty. Audi Q5 menggabungkan dinamika sedan sporty dengan kemampuan jelajah segala medan, serta fleksibilitas ruang interior. Gabungan mesin responsif tanpa melupakan aplikasi gerak teknologi quattro empat roda (permanen all-wheel drive) dan gigi [...]

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Feb 28, 2011 10:26 am | Viknesh Vijayenthiran

volvo s80l lwb china 007Volvo last week announced plans to build a new plant in Chengdu, China along with laying out its strategy for the Chinese market. As you may recall, Volvo is now owned by Chinese auto giant Geely and going into the future we’re almost certain to see the world’s most populace country play an increasing role in Volvo’s operations...

Feb 28, 2011 02:01 pm | Viknesh Vijayenthiran

Mansory Cormeum based on the Mercedes-Benz SLS AMGIn the world of high-end car modification, there's extreme, there's insane, and then there's Mansory. But anyone that's actually been inside a Mansory vehicle knows the attention to detail and craftsmanship that goes into the firm’s over-the-top designs--it's enough to make a modified car a standalone model on its own. That brings us to the...

Feb 28, 2011 11:29 am | Viknesh Vijayenthiran

Audi A2 renderingThe last we heard about development of a second-generation Audi A2 model was that the project was on hold due to the lack of a suitable platform. Now it’s been reported that a platform has been found and that the car is on track for a debut in early 2015, more than two years later than originally planned. Like the previous generation, sold...

Feb 28, 2011 09:47 am | Viknesh Vijayenthiran

2010 Ferrari 458 ItaliaIt’s safe to assume that most owners of the Ferrari 458 Italia would have little concern as to how much emissions their cars produce but nevertheless Ferrari is expected to debut a ‘greener’ version of its V-8 supercar during tomorrow’s 2011 Geneva Motor Show. The new 458 Italia on display will reportedly be fitted with...

Feb 28, 2011 09:46 am | Viknesh Vijayenthiran

2010 Chevrolet Camaro spotted with 30-inch wheelsCall it a Hi-Riser, or Donk, or Bubble, but whatever it is it looks down right stupid. Nevertheless, one owner of a 2010 Chevrolet Camaro has decided to install these 30-inch ‘dubs’ on their car. Wheels of this size are nothing new and have been seen at auto events and conventions for years but it’s not every day that you come...

Feb 28, 2011 10:58 am | Viknesh Vijayenthiran

Audi R8 cut-awayAudi already has a lighter and more hardcore version of its R8 supercar, the new 2011 Audi R8 GT, which comes packing a 560 horsepower V-10 engine and a 220 pound lighter curb weight than the regular R8 V10 model. However, according to a new report, Audi engineers are developing an even lighter model dubbed the R8 NF. The automaker recently held a...

Feb 28, 2011 08:05 am | Viknesh Vijayenthiran

Nissan GT-R englufed by flames after crashThis is the aftermath of a crash that occurred in Malaysia last week and involved the Nissan GT-R you see here engulfed in flames and a Volkswagen Golf GTI, which managed to get away with relatively minor damage. It’s believed the two cars were heading in opposing directions when they came into contact. The GT-R driver, most likely trying to...

Feb 27, 2011 04:55 pm | Viknesh Vijayenthiran

2011 De Tomaso SLS (Sport Luxury Sedan) ConceptThe last we heard of legendary Italian marque De Tomaso, reports were claiming that a former Fiat exec by the name of Gian Mario Rossignolo was trying to resurrect it and was seeking a production facility in Italy to build a new range of sports cars under the brand. It appears those previous reports were not as farfetched as they would seem as a...

Feb 27, 2011 05:46 pm | Viknesh Vijayenthiran

Maybach 57S Cruiserio CoupeIt’s hard to imagine that one of the best looking Maybachs on the road today isn’t actually a Maybach but a custom mega-coupe designed and engineered by the guys at Germany’s Xenatec. Using a donor Maybach 57S as their blank canvas, Xenatec engineers convert the four-door sedan to a coupe using key information direct from...

Feb 27, 2011 04:34 pm | Viknesh Vijayenthiran

Koenigsegg Agera RWe can add yet another supercar debut pegged for next week’s 2011 Geneva Motor Show; Swedish automaker Koenigsegg has confirmed that a new model based on its Agera supercar will debut at the Swiss event and we now have the first official images and details (you may recall that images of the car, one commissioned by the Omani Royal Family...

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Moscow Museum of Modern Art (MMoMA) ~ Magnificent Gallery Spaces Displaying The Best In Modern & Contemporary Art

Posted: 27 Feb 2011 07:52 PM PST

artwork: Rene Tsuzmer - "Buy A Balloon", 2008 - Oil on canvas, 70 x 80 cm.- A prize-winning artist who has managed to put a new spin on the antique art of ceramics and painting. - Image courtesy of The Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Russia

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art (MMoMA) was inaugurated on December 15, 1999. It is situated at Petrovka, 25, near the Petrovsky Boulevard in central Moscow. The Museum's main building is the former Gubin's mansion, an imposing monument of the late 18th century neoclassical movement, designed by the noted Russian architect Matvei Kazakov. Apart from that, the Museum owns two splendid exhibition venues: a vast five-storey building in Ermolaevsky lane, and a spacious gallery in Tverskoy boulevard, both fully refurbished for hosting large-scale projects. The founder and general director of the Museum is a well-known Russian-Georgian artist Zurab Tsereteli, president of the Russian Academy of Arts. Moscow Museum of Modern Art is the first state museum in Russia that concentrates its activities exclusively on the art of the 20th and 21st centuries. Since its inauguration, the Museum has expanded its strategies and achieved a high level of public acknowledgement. Today the Museum is an energetic institution that plays an important part on the Moscow art scene. MMoMA was created with the generous support of the Moscow City Government, Moscow City Department of Culture and Yuri Luzhkov, the Mayor of Moscow. Its founding director was Zurab Tsereteli, President of the Russian Academy of Arts. His private collection of more than 2.000 works by important 20th century masters was the core of the Museum's permanent display. Later on, the Museum's keepings were enriched considerably, and now this is one of the largest and most impressive collections of modern and contemporary Russian art, which continues to grow through acquisitions and donations. The Museum's extensive exhibition strategy aims at showing the artistic process of the 20th and 21stcenturies at its maximum span and diversity. In all three buildings of the Museum, one can visit single-artist shows, group exhibitions and conceptual displays by well-known masters as well as by emerging artists or the ones that need to be rediscovered. Apart from expanding the permanent collection and organizing multiple temporary exhibitions, the Museum engages in various other activities, including research and conservation work, book publishing, and others. The Museum publishes «DI» (Dialog Iskusstv / Dialogue of Arts) magazine, heir to the authoritative «Dekorativnoe Iskusstvo» (Decorative Art). One of the Museum's priorities is to promote young and emerging artists, bringing them into contemporary artistic process. With this purpose the Museum launched a special education program — the «Independent Workshops» School of Contemporary Art. The two-year schedule includes practical activities in creative workshops, as well as lectures on contemporary art, studies of the art market and the new technologies in visual arts, and a broad spectrum of issues on today's culture. Visit The Moscow Museum of Modern Art at :

artwork: Niko Pirosmani (1862-1918) - "Lamb", 1902 -  Oil on parchment - The MMOMA owns a unique collection of works by the famous Georgian artist Niko Pirosmani.

The Museum's permanent collection represents main stages in formation and development of the avant-garde. The majority of exhibits are by Russian artists, but the display also includes some works by renowned Western masters. For example, graphic pieces by Pablo Picasso, Fernand Léger, Joan Miró and Giorgio De Chirico are on view, along with sculptures by Salvador Dalí, Armand and Arnaldo Pomodoro, paintings by Henri Rousseau and Françoise Gillot, and istallations by Yukinori Yanaga. Within the Museum's holdings, a special emphasis is put on the assembly of Russian avant-garde. Many works have been acquired in European and American galleries and auction houses, and thus returned from abroad to form an integral part of Russian cultural legacy. The highlights include paintings and objects by Kazimir Malevich, Marc Chagall, Natalia Goncharova and Mikhail Larionov, Pavel Filonov and Wassily Kandinsky, Vladimir Tatlin and David Burliuk, as well as sculptures by Alexander Archipenko and Ossip Zadkine. Besides that, the Museum owns a unique collection of works by the famous Georgian artist Niko Pirosmani. An extensive section of the permanent display is devoted to Non-Conformist art of the 1960s-1980s. The creative activity of these masters, now well-known in Russia and abroad, was then in opposition to the official Soviet ideology. Among them are Ilya Kabakov, Anatoly Zverev, Vladimir Yakovlev, Vladimir Nemukhin, Vitaly Komar and Alexander Melamid, Oscar Rabin, Dmitry Krasnopevtsev, Leonid Schwartzman, Oleg Tselkov, and more.The Museum readily supports the newest artistic developments and fills up its collection with works by our contemporaries. Now this part of the display presents pieces by Boris Orlov, Dmitry A. Prigov, Valery Koshlyakov, Vladimir Dubossarsky and Alexander Vinogradov, Oleg Kulik, Viktor Pivovarov, Andrey Bartenev, and many others. Apart from expanding the permanent collection and organizing multiple temporary exhibitions, the Museum engages in various other activities, including research and conservation work, book publishing, and others. One of the Museum's priorities is to promote young and emerging artists, bringing them into contemporary artistic process. With this purpose the Museum launched a special education program – the "Free Studios" School of Contemporary Art. The two-year schedule includes practical activities in creative workshops, as well as lectures on contemporary art, studies of the art market and the new technologies in visual arts, and a broad spectrum of issues on today's culture. Moscow Museum of Modern Art is always open to new initiatives and ready for collaboration.

artwork: Installation and photography by Rauf Mamedov - Courtesy of MMoMA, in Moscow.

The Museum's extensive exhibition strategy aims at showing the artistic process of the 20th and 21st centuries at its maximum span and diversity. In all three buildings of the Museum, one can visit single-artist shows, group exhibitions and conceptual displays by well-known masters as well as by emerging artists or the ones that need to be rediscovered. Among the exhibitions currently showing at the Moscow Museum of Modern Art is "THEM", the third key exhibition of Viktor Pivovarov in Moscow. The first one, "Steps of a Mechanic", took place in 2004 at the Tretyakov Gallery and the Russian Museum; the second one, "Lemon Eaters", was hosted by the Moscow Museum of Modern Art (Ermolaevsky Lane building) in 2006. The new exhibition is presented at the Moscow Museum of Modern Art, in the Gogolevsky Boulevard building. As were the previous ones, this project is prepared in partnership with XL Gallery. Viktor Pivovarov (b. 1937), just like Dmitry Alexandrovich Prigov, Ilya Kabakov, Vitaly Komar and Alexander Melamid, represents the older generation of the so-called 'founding fathers' of Moscow conceptualist school and, just like Eric Bulatov and Oleg Vassiliev, Pivovarov stands well beyond its limits. Being a truly radical romantic, Viktor Pivovarov has a special place among Moscow romantic conceptualists, as Boris Groys called them. The "THEY" referred to in the titles are themes, images, heroes, and ideas born in the artist's mind; they are embodied in the creative process and continue their independent lives in the space of culture. The project displays works that the artist created during almost five years that have passed since his last Moscow show. The current exhibition comprises ten independent cycles, each having its own detached space: 'Melancholics', 'Hermits', 'The Chosen Ones, or Time of the ROSE', 'The Glassy Ones', 'The Perfect Ones', 'Handsome Men', 'Milena and the Spirits', 'Philosophers, or Russian Nights', 'Immortals'. The 2010 album entitled 'They Are Back!' concludes the exhibition. A special place in the exhibition belongs to the series of portraits entitled 'Philosophers, or Russian Nights'. The artist understands philosophy in its original meaning, as love of wisdom. That is why here, apart from portraits of the so-called 'professional' philosophers such as Alexander Pyatigorsky and Merab Mamardashvili, one can find images of poet Igor Kholin, visionary Daniil Andreev, poet and political activist Eduard Limonov, and writer Vladimir Sorokin. These are portraits of people who have created and still create the inimitable spiritual ambience of Russian and Moscow culture. Viktor Pivovarov's radical romanticism lies, apart from other things, in his firm belief in the fact that, even in the new IT civilization, ideas and images of the old classic culture are omnipresent and they are still relevant to our formation. Dmitry Shorin: Festivals - The new project «Festivals» includes about 40 paintings, the presentation of the exhibition in Moscow Museum of Modern Art March 5 to Аpril 3, 2011. Also photography and installation by Rauf Mamedov on view.

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The Walker Art Gallery features 'The Rise of Women Artists'

Posted: 27 Feb 2011 07:50 PM PST

artwork: Annie Swynnerton - 'The Sense of Sight', 1895 - Oil on canvas - © National Museums Liverpool

LIVERPOOL - Works by some of history's most celebrated women artists are featured in this compelling new exhibition. 'The Rise of Women Artists' charts the progress made by female artists from the 16th century up to the present day. The Walker was ahead of its time in collecting works by women artists, a fact that is reflected in the scope and diversity of the works on display. On exhibition through 14 March, 2010 at The Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool.

Kunstmuseum Basel displays 101 Master Drawings from the Kupferstichkabinett

Posted: 27 Feb 2011 07:49 PM PST

artwork: Paul Klee - Siebzehn, irr, 1923 - Kupferstichkabinett at the Kunstmuseum Basel

BASEL.- Covering a span of time from 1400 to the present, with approximately 60,000 drawings as well as 250,000 individual prints and books with original illustrations, the Kupferstichkabinett at the Kunstmuseum Basel belongs among the most important collections of this kind. Its origins can be traced to the Amerbach-Kabinett, the collection of Basel attorney Basilius Amerbach (15331591), from which large groups of drawings, predominantly by German and Upper Rhinish artists of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, derive. These definitively characterize the Basel collection in the realm of premodern art, and include the 300 drawings of the so-called Basler Goldschmiederisse [Basel goldsmiths' designs], 50 drawings by Hans Holbein the Elder, 200 by Hans Holbein the Younger, 150 by Urs Graf, 80 by Niklaus Manuel Deutsch, and 50 by Hans Baldung Grien and his studio. The earliest drawing in the exhibition dates from around 1400. On exhibition 3 October through 24 January 2010.

'Annie Liebovitz ~ Women' on view at the Brevard Art Museum

Posted: 27 Feb 2011 07:47 PM PST

artwork: Annie Leibovitz- Oprah Winfrey -  © Annie Leibovitz - Courtesy The Women's Museum: An Institute for the Future, Dallas, TX 

MELBOURNE, FL –  World famous for her photography, Annie Leibovitz is a respected artist whose insightful portraits reveal the layered personalities of her subjects. Spectacular large format photographs will stimulate the viewer's definitions of beauty and gender. Recognizable cultural icons and ordinary women will transfix audiences when the exhibition Annie Leibovitz: Women  graces the galleries of the Brevard Art Museum from January 10 through March 8, 2009.

Phillips de Pury & Co. Highlights from Its New York Theme Sale

Posted: 27 Feb 2011 07:45 PM PST

artwork: Cheri Samba - J'aime la couleur, 2007 - Acrylic and glitter on canvas. 214.6 x 135.3 cm.  Estimate: $60,000-80,000

NEW YORK, NY.- Phillips de Pury & Company announced highlights from the forthcoming New York auction AFRICA on Saturday 15 May 2010, including works of contemporary art, photographs, and editions which reflect the spirit of the continent and its global impact, as expressed by African and non-African artists from around the world. The sale is accompanied by a special edition catalogue, an art and lifestyle magazine which includes interviews with artists, curators and collectors, art world news and more. Featured editorial includes an inside look at the technicolor dreamlike world of Yinka Shonibare MBE; an interview with the adventurous collector, Monique Barbier-Mueller; a conversation between Youssef Nabil and Karen Wright; a feature on Jakob Boeskov on Nollywood; and an interview with the notorious South African artist Kendell Geers.

"Neither Coming Nor Going" ~ Zhang Huan's Solo Show at PaceWildenstein

Posted: 27 Feb 2011 07:43 PM PST

artwork: "Zhang Huan: Neither Coming Nor Going", through January 30, 2010. PaceWildenstein, 545 West 22nd Street, New York City. Photo by: G.R. Christmas / Courtesy PaceWildenstein, New York © Zhang Huan Studio.

NEW YORK, NY.- Following the critically-acclaimed September premiere of 'Semele', a new production of George Frideric Handel's opera directed and designed by Zhang Huan and presented to audiences at The National Opera of Belgium in Brussels (scheduled to tour China in 2010), the artist is the subject of his second solo exhibition at PaceWildenstein. "Neither Coming Nor Going" is on view at 545 West 22nd Street, New York City, through January 30, 2010. Representing the artist's continuing investigation of humanity through tradition, historical associations, and personal experiences, "Neither Coming Nor Going" features a monumental ash Buddha, Rulai (2008-2009), measuring 18' 1/2" x 14' 10" x 10' 11-1/2",as well as a series of unique large-scale works on paper made in 2006-2008.

Smart Museum of Art shows Selections from the H. C. Westermann Study Collection

Posted: 27 Feb 2011 07:42 PM PST

artwork: Horace Clifford (H. C.) Westermann - 'Death Ship of No Port', 1967 - Three color lithograph on thick arches wove paper. Smart Museum of Art -  The H. C. Westermann Study Collection, Gift of the Estate of Joanna Beall Westermann

CHICAGO, IL - The University of Chicago's Smart Museum of Art presents Your Pal, Cliff: Selections from the H. C. Westermann Study Collection, a comprehensive new exhibition that offers fresh insight into the work and life of the postwar American artist H. C. ("Cliff") Westermann (1922–1981). On view from April 2 to September 6, 2009, the exhibition brings to light for the first time the full scope of the Smart Museum's Westermann holdings—one of the most significant public collections of artwork and ephemera related to this singular American artist.

Galerie Albert Benamou presents Xavier Zimbardo

Posted: 27 Feb 2011 07:39 PM PST

artwork: © Xavier Zimbardo - Holi_ihs128_02, 1993, at Galerie Albert Benamou, Paris 

PARIS, FRANCE - Galerie Albert Benamou presents Xavier Zimbardo Le Sacre des Couleurs, on view through 10 January 2008. Xavier Zimbardo is a photographer and journalist whose work has been featured in several European and international photography publications such as Zoom, Camera International, and Photographers International. The recipient of several grants and prizes, including those from the Kodak Foundation and the French government, he is the author of 'Holi', 'Made in Sarcelles, belle comme le monde', 'Visage de Paix', 'Living in the Mount Athos'.

William Kentridge at the Louvre: Egyptian Sketchbooks

Posted: 27 Feb 2011 07:38 PM PST

artwork: South African artist William Kentridge in his atelier in Johannesburg, 2010 - © Courtesy Marian Goodman Gallery Paris

PARIS.- The South African artist William Kentridge, born in Johannesburg in 1955, is chiefly known for his drawings, dominated by pastel and charcoal and usually conceived as the basis for animated films. But Kentridge also works in engraving, collage and sculpture, creates performance pieces, and often designs and directs opera and theater productions. Combining the political with the poetic, Kentridge's earliest works denounced apartheid and the ravages of colonialism. On view through 30 October, 2010.

Exhibition by Michael Joo and Damien Hirst at Haunch of Venison in Berlin

Posted: 27 Feb 2011 07:36 PM PST

artwork: The artpiece 'Pink Rocinante' (enamelled bronze) by US artist Michael Joo in the gallery Haunch of Venison in Berlin. Have You Ever Really Looked at the Sun? is a two person exhibition by Michael Joo (b.1966) and Damien Hirst (b.1965).

BERLIN.- Haunch of Venison Berlin presents 'Have You Ever Really Looked at the Sun?' a two person exhibition by American artist Michael Joo (b.1966) and British artist Damien Hirst (b.1965). Since gaining international attention after showing in the exhibition 'Some Went Mad, Some Ran Away' at the Serpentine Gallery in London in 1995, Joo has employed a highly personal language in the creation of his art to express ideas about identity, nature and the body.The exhibition opens on 1 May and continues through 14 August 2010.

Andrée Putman ~ Beyond Style ~ To Open at the Embassy of France in New York

Posted: 27 Feb 2011 07:34 PM PST

artwork: Anne Fontaine New York Boutique 1 (Courtesy Anne Fontaine)

NEW YORK CITY - Twenty-five years ago, Andrée Putman revolutionized the world of style. Her innovative design for Morgans, the world's first boutique hotel, ushered in a new approach to luxury: it became sleek, minimal, contemporary. For its 25th anniversary, Morgans will be re-imagined and updated by the "High Priestess of Style," as the press has dubbed her, for a September 10 re-launch in which she will pay homage to her original design, with its iconic black and white palette, while boldly re-interpreting it for today's guests. On this occasion, the Cultural Services of the French Embassy will mark Putman's illustrious career with an unprecedented retrospective of her designs, including the new Voie Lactée grand piano (pictured below), which will make its first appearance in America.

American Works of Art on Paper at the Norton Museum

Posted: 27 Feb 2011 07:31 PM PST

artwork: Winslow Homer Hudson River

West Palm Beach, FL – The Norton Museum of Art presents American Masterpieces: Watercolors and Pastels, a tightly focused exhibition of some of the best, but perhaps lesser-known treasures of the Museum's American collection.  This exhibition through February 4, 2007, will feature remarkable works on paper by American artists of the late 19th and 20th centuries, executed in a variety of luminous media including gouache, pastel, and watercolor. 

Bonhams & Butterfields Offers Personal Collection of 'Book Soup' Founder Glenn Goldman

Posted: 27 Feb 2011 07:27 PM PST

artwork: Helmut Newton - Cindy Crawford photograph revealed in "SUMO" a 446 page limited edition book of Newton's work.  Inscribed to Glenn Goldman.

Bonhams & Butterfields announced the August 22, 2010 Sunset Estate Auction featuring a selection of important books from the Estate of Glenn Goldman. Goldman was the founder and owner of the legendary Los Angeles independent bookstore, Book Soup, which opened in 1975. Nestled in a Sunset Strip storefront across the street from Tower Records and the original Spago, Book Soup's crowded stacks offer an eclectic selection of books on art, photography, literature, film and music. The store is also famous for its high profile book signings by such luminaries as Gore Vidal, Stephen King, James Ellroy, Edward Albee, and Tom Stoppard. Glenn described himself as a "bookseller to the great and infamous," and cultivated a loyal following both locally and internationally. His personal collecting interests included modern literature, western Americana, art and photography, California fine press, and literature to film.

Cecily Hangen at Brevard Art Museum

Posted: 27 Feb 2011 07:24 PM PST

artwork: Cecily Hangen Rock A Bye 

Melbourne, FL – The Brevard Art Museum brings West Palm Beach artist Cecily Hangen's colorful paintings to the Space Coast on September 14, 2007. Cascading colors frolic and pulse rhythmically in 2 and 3 dimensions. Forms are defined by colors and their relationships to each other. Hangen, a native New Yorker, moved to Florida in 1967. She studied art at the Art Students League, Cooper Union, at Yale University with Josef Albers, and in France with Jacques Villon. Her work has been in numerous exhibitions including the Norton Museum of Art and the Boca Raton Museum of Art.

Art Knowledge News Presents "This Week In Review"

Posted: 27 Feb 2011 07:23 PM PST

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