We are happy to announce our participation in international contemporary art fair Cosmoscow.
Weitere Programmpunkte und Highlights im September finden Sie in diesem Newsletter.
The uppermost event of this year for the gallery is unfortunately the decease of our beloved artist Nikita Alexeev. On the 13th of September we will open an exhibition which we mean to be a tribute to him, his art and our long friendship.
Casa Jaguar Studio invites you to the opening of the exhibition “Hidden Treasures” in the Centro Cívico Pere Pruna in Barcelona on September 9th, 2021.
Erskine, Hall & Coe are delighted to present Lucie Rie & Gertrud Vasegaard, an exhibition of works by two of the great 20th century artists working in clay.
This September, we’re excited to kick off Hispanic Heritage Month!
On view starting September 2, the installation of long-term loans celebrates the upcoming exhibition Lives of the Gods: Divinity in Maya Art, opening at The Met in fall 2022
September is here! Explore the gardens as summer turns to fall, browse a range of special exhibitions, and experience programming in person and from home.
Wie wollen wir zusammen leben? Diese Frage beschäftigt uns momentan besonders intensiv. Auch Paul Klee machte sich dazu Gedanken und kommentierte seine Beobachtungen in zahlreichen Zeichnungen. Wir laden sie herzlich ein, unsere neue neue Ausstellung Paul Klee. Menschen unter sich zu entdecken.
Live performance returns to The Met’s galleries and theater with a fall 2021 lineup that features an evening of music by Gavin Creel, a celebration of revered composer Arvo Pärt, a concert by Angélique Kidjo in honor of the African Art collection, and the new Artist in Residence, Bijayini Satpathy
The exhibition "max bill global" focuses for the first time on Bill's artistic network and demonstrates the important part played by international contacts in the development and reception of the homo universalis’.
Opening August 30 at The Met Cloisters, Spain, 1000–1200: Art at the Frontiers of Faith will bring together a group of works that attest to the diversity of Spanish art during this period.
Opening August 16, 2021, at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the exhibition Jules Tavernier and the Elem Pomo explores the intercultural exchange between American artist Jules Tavernier (1844–1889), born and trained in France, and the Indigenous Pomo community of Elem at Clear Lake in northern California.
In September we will be opening the next exhibition season. The program includes the first Russian exhibition by Thomas Demand...
Spend a summer evening in the gardens and enjoy Dance Institute of Washington’s original dance compositions drawing upon the themes of Kristine Mays: Rich Soil.
August is here! Explore the summer gardens, enjoy three exhibitions, and experience programming in person and from home.
Hung Liu is a contemporary Chinese American artist, whose multilayered paintings have established new frameworks for understanding portraiture in relation to time, memory, and history.
The exhibition Paul Klee. Humans Among Themselves contradicts this perception and shows that a social or political dimension is often hidden behind the facade of his works.
Hillwood and Dance Place commissioned a site-specific, movement-based performance by Krystal Collins/new growth collective, inspired by the exhibition Kristine Mays: Rich Soil.
Ahead of the new season in September we are celebrating the tranquility of the hot weather and the vacation period by sticking to a routine. In this newsletter we want to share with you a selection of projects that our various departments have been busy with recently.