CloudGuide is excited to announce it’s new collaboration with the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports of Spain .

Renowned Collection of American Indian Art from Fenimore Art Museum Goes on View at The Met on May 9

A selection of 38 superb works of art created by Native North American artists will go on view at The Metropolitan Museum of Art beginning May 9.

Exhibitions in GARAGE: April 2017

Looking forward, as spring has finally sprung in Moscow, Garage has embarked on a fresh round of public programs, screenings, and events including the much anticipated Feminist Festival.

The Met Celebrates Temple of Dendur Anniversary with a Day of Activities Today, April 15

Join us in celebrating the 50th anniversary of the award of The Temple of Dendur to The Met in a day filled with special offerings and activities.

Major Retrospective of Photographs of Irving Penn to Mark Centennial of Artist's Birth

The Metropolitan Museum of Art will present a major retrospective of the photographs of Irving Penn to mark the centennial of the artist's birth.

Metropolitan Museum: New York’s most remarkable show is dedicated to a complete unknown (except to Rembrandt, Ernst and Pollock)

New York’s most stunning exhibition right now is dedicated to a complete unknown – or near enough. His name is Hercules Segers (circa 1589-1638), he’s a Dutchman and he was best known for his prints. Don’t be put off by the austerity of the subject matter. Segers is by a narrow margin one of art’s greats.

Masterworks of Native American Art to Be Donated to The Met by Charles and Valerie Diker

The Metropolitan Museum of Art announced today the promised gift from Charles and Valerie Diker of 91 works of Native American art—a selection of recognized masterworks from the collection they assembled over more than four decades.


Every month, MetCollects introduces one work of art recently acquired by the Met. We invite you to have a first look with us.

The Revolution is Dead. Long live the Revolution!

Big show in Bern: On the occasion of the October Revolution centenary, the Zentrum Paul Klee and the Kunstmuseum Bern are dedicating their joint exhibition «The Revolution is Dead. Long live the Revolution! From Malevich to Judd, from Deineka to Bartana» to this epoch-making event.

The Met Reunites Caravaggio's Last Two Paintings in Exhibition Opening on April 11

The Martyrdom of Saint Ursula, the last documented painting by the great Caravaggio (1571–1610), will be on exceptional loan from the Banca Intesa Sanpaolo in Naples and presented with another of the artist’s final works, The Met’s The Denial of Saint Peter, created in the last months of his life.

First U.S. Exhibition Devoted to Visionary Peder Balke Opens at The Met on April 10

Peder Balke: Painter of Northern Light, on view at The Metropolitan Museum of Art from April 10 through July 9, will be the first exhibition in the United States devoted to this singular, visionary 19th–century Norwegian artist.

Damien Hirst: His gigantic resurrection is on display in Venice at the Pinault Foundation

This is the tale of an artist who for ten years has been very secretly working away on a repertoire of works that will reinvent his creation. This is the tale of Damien Hirst (born 1965), who is attempting a resurrection in Venice by way of a sprawling and imagination-defying exhibition. It’s been an awfully long time since we’ve seen a contemporary art show displaying this degree of megalomania.

Marcel Duchamp and Jean-Jacques Lebel: what was it like meeting the creator of the ‘Fountain’ aged 7?

Every artist who employs the concept of the readymade – and there are no shortage of them – is also a child of Marcel Duchamp. So it’s imperative to know all about him and understand him better… But it’s not every day that you have the chance to meet someone who actually knew this critical figure in the history of art.

Musée d’Orsay: Forget the stressful headlines and immerse yourself in sublime landscapes

The new exhibition at the Musée d'Orsay, ‘Beyond the Stars: The Mystical Landscape from Monet to Kandinsky’, explains how artists have been on a quest for enlightenment through contact with nature. The show’s astonishing list of credits demonstrates the pulling power of the Orsay when it comes to lending rare and precious works.

On Tom Krens, the charismatic former Guggenheim director. Dangerous are those with nothing to lose

The last time I saw Tom Krens, his major passion was a giant city in miniature, which he had built in his cellar, crossed by a labyrinth of railways and punctuated by models of buildings by major architects.

Agnes Varda in New York: The shock of the Nouvelle Vague filmmaker’s artworks

You can’t mistake her. She is coiffed like a contemporary Capuchin monk with her two-tone haircut, white at the roots, burgundy at the tips. She walks slowly but her spirit fizzes like lightning. Agnes Varda is the high priestess of the celebrated French New Wave from the ’60s and is the subject of an excellent exhibition, the first ever in New York, at Blum & Poe.

Art Basel Hong Kong: No, China’s art market isn’t a mirage

‘Asia’s Precarious Rise’ was the headline the Wall Street Journal ran across its front cover not long ago. In fact, the eyes of the world are turned towards the great Chinese Leviathan to see whether this boom is not in fact a mirage, none more so that the art market. It is a particularly pertinent question at the moment in Hong Kong where Art Basel Hong Kong has just opened.

Tate Modern | Fahrelnissa Zeid

As the first UK retrospective of Fahrelnissa Zeid (1901-1991), this major exhibition will gather paintings, drawings and sculptures that span over 40 years in the career of this pioneering artist, revealing her to be a pivotal figure in the international history of abstract art.

Rembrandt and the Golden Age: In Paris after Washington, the secrets of the masters

An exceptional new show that looks into the creative process behind Dutch masterpieces of 17th century has just opened in Paris. It involved a police-like investigation of history to locate the drawings that helped to create paintings during what is known as the Dutch Golden Age.

Tate Modern | Alberto Giacometti

This summer Tate Modern will present the UK's first major retrospective of Alberto Giacometti (1901 -1966) for 20 years.

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