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Forthcoming : BRITISH CERAMICS : 26 April - 26 May, 2018
25.04.2018

Erskine, Hall & Coe is delighted to present British Ceramics, an exhibition coinciding with Things of Beauty Growing, which is currently on display at The Fitzwilliam Museum.

A comprehensive retrospective of work by Martha Stettler in the Kunstmuseum Bern
23.04.2018

The Kunstmuseum Bern is presenting a comprehensive retrospective of work by Martha Stettler (1870–1945) for the very first time.

Painted in Mexico, 1700–1790: Pinxit Mexici at The Met
22.04.2018

The vitality and inventiveness of artists in 18th-century New Spain (Mexico) is the focus of the exhibition Painted in Mexico, 1700–1790: Pinxit Mexici, opening April 24 at The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Tate St Ives | Patrick Heron
19.04.2018

This retrospective exhibition—the first major show of the artist's work in 20 years—celebrates Patrick Heron (1920 - 1999), one of the most significant and innovative figures in the development of post-war abstract art in Britain.

Exhibitions and other events from Garage newletter
18.04.2018

Exhibitions and other events from Garage newletter.

CHRISTIE'S RELEASE | Kazimir Malevich Landscape To Star In Impressionist And Modern Art Evening Sale – London, 20 June 2018
18.04.2018

Kazimir Malevich’s Landscape (1911, estimate: £7,000,000-10,000,000) will be a major highlight of Christie’s Impressionist and Modern Art Evening Sale on 20 June 2018, part of ‘20th Century at Christie’s’, a series of auctions taking place from 15 to 21 June 2018.

Vuitton Foundation: the new acquisitions unveiled with an exceptional group of works by Giacometti in dialogue with Matisse, Ans
13.04.2018

Every time a snippet of a notable collection is unveiled it naturally engenders an emphatic flood of reactions in the vein of “I like this” or “I don’t like that”, grimaces, “oh”’s and “ha”’s, enthusiastic exclamations and harsh words.

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12.04.2018

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

Francis Bacon Portrait Highlights Christie's Post-War and Contemporary Evening Sale
11.04.2018

Francis Bacon’s Study for Portrait (1977, estimate on request) will star in Christie’s Post-War and Contemporary Art Evening Auction, which will take place on 17 May 2018.

Visitors to Versailles (1682–1789)
07.04.2018

The exhibition brings together nearly 190 works from The Met, the Palace of Versailles, and more than 50 lenders worldwide.

Huma Bhabha Named Artist for The Met’s 2018 Cantor Roof Garden Commission
04.04.2018

Huma Bhabha (born 1962, Karachi, Pakistan) has been selected to create a site-specific installation for The Met's Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Roof Garden.The Roof Garden Commission: Huma Bhabha, We Come in Peace will be on view from April 17 through October 28, 2018.

Final details released for The Collection of Peggy and David Rockefeller
04.04.2018

Christie’s announces final details of the most anticipated art world event of the spring season: the sale of the magnificent Collection of Peggy and David Rockefeller.

SHOW ON SHOW
29.03.2018

A selection of upcoming exhibitions, openings, sales and other art events from around the world

Art Basel Hong Kong: From Bradford to de Kooning the fair attracts million-dollar transactions
29.03.2018

It’s nothing new: the contemporary art market consists of several strata, the most visible of which focuses on a small group of artists displayed by the most powerful galleries.

SHOW ON SHOW
27.03.2018

A selection of upcoming exhibitions, openings, sales and other art events from around the world

Eugène Delacroix: He did everything like Damien Hirst, with added genius
26.03.2018

Imagine an artist who would become a legend within the first decade of his career. What would he do with the rest of his life? In the contemporary period, we could say that Damien Hirst, who was a world-renowned star during the 1990s, was a textbook case.

Exhibitions in GARAGE: March 2018
24.03.2018

Garage has made spring official in Moscow, opening three exhibitions of the new season.

Palais de Tokyo: The art of war according to Beloufa. Very impressive
24.03.2018

Ever since that mythical day when the serpent tricked the original couple into taking a bite from the apple, the desire for domination has been a common human sentiment. It takes various forms, which have been illustrated by artists down the ages. The Palais de Tokyo has been invaded by several exhibitions which tell the story of war and its aftermath. The most striking of these is the work of Neil Beloufa, the brilliant French artist who was granted, among others, his own personal exhibition at Moma in New York in 2016.

Palais de Tokyo: The art of war according to Beloufa. Very impressive
24.03.2018

Ever since that mythical day when the serpent tricked the original couple into taking a bite from the apple, the desire for domination has been a common human sentiment. It takes various forms, which have been illustrated by artists down the ages. The Palais de Tokyo has been invaded by several exhibitions which tell the story of war and its aftermath. The most striking of these is the work of Neil Beloufa, the brilliant French artist who was granted, among others, his own personal exhibition at Moma in New York in 2016.

Tefaf Maastricht: A nice stroll through the history of art and millions of dollars for Van Gogh, Murillo, Delaunay, Valentin de
23.03.2018

Those who take great delight in the treasures of art history and its curiosities know that there is only one fair in the world that displays such an array of offerings: the Tefaf in Maastricht.

 

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