Hidden Treasure from a Medieval Jewish Home to Be Shown at The Met Cloisters

The exhibition will point to both legacy and loss, underscoring the prominence of the Jewish minority community in the tumultuous fourteenth century and the perils it faced.

Alessandro Casciaro Art Gallery | news, june-july 2019

Newsletters from Alessandro Casciaro Art Gallery: june-july 2019. 

Exhibition of Decorative Artworks Exploring the Cultural Heritage of Kyoto Opens at The Met July 24

The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s upcoming exhibition in its Arts of Japan Galleries will examine the rich cultural heritage of Kyoto, Japan, highlighting decorative artworks—including lacquers, ceramics, and textiles—created from the eighth century to the present.

The Met to Host Two Artist Programs this Friday, July 12

This Friday, Civic Practice Partnership Artists-in-Residence Rashida Bumbray and Miguel Luciano will present two pop-up programs that preview their ongoing work at The Met.

Deichtorhallen Hamburg | Baselitz, Richter, Polke, Kiefer – The Early Years of the Old Masters

In the sixties, the figurative paintings of Baselitz, Richter, Polke and Kiefer challenged the primacy of abstraction in response to an era characterized by challenges and upheavals, utopias and reorientations, power and protest.

Tate Modern | Olafur Eliasson: In Real Life

Olafur Eliasson: In real life will offer a timely opportunity to experience the immersive world of this endlessly inquisitive artist.

The new issue of the "Tretyakov Gallery" magazine - #2 2019 (63) - content

We present the new issue of the "Tretyakov Gallery" magazine - #2 2019 (63). It will soon be available in stores of Tretyakov Gallery in Moscow.


The ancient Roman sculptor has transformed a utilitarian object into a luxurious work of art.

Gerhard Richter in Bilbao: bathe in the beauty of German Romanticism

At The Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, the show that officially ought to attract less of our attention due to the small number of pieces exhibited is precisely what draws us in as a result of its excellence. This exhibition is dedicated to Gerhard Richter and his seascapes.

Sotheby's Paris | La Collection Ribes

Over the coming year, Sotheby's will present the unique collection of two eminent Parisian socialites, art lovers and philanthropists: late Count Edouard de Ribes and his wife Jacqueline.

Tate Britain | Frank Bowling

For six decades, Frank Bowling (b. 1934) has explored and expanded the possibilities of paint, influencing generations of artists through his spectacular kaleidoscopic and visionary paintings.

Christie's | "Une Bibliothèque des avant-gardes : Paul Destribats" | Paris, 3, 4, 5 July

Christie’s’ Books department is pleased to announce the sale of the collection: Paul Destribats, Bibliothèque des avant-gardes in partnership with the experts Jean-Baptiste de Proyart and Claude Oterelo.

Now Open : IN THE FORM OF A BOWL : Until 6 July 2019

Erskine, Hall & Coe are pleased to present an exhibition of 24 works by 14 artists, all of whom explore the classic form of a bowl in diverse and engaging ways.

Tate Britain | William Blake

A visionary painter, printmaker and poet, William Blake (1757-1827) created some of the most iconic images in the history of British art and has remained an inspiration to artists, musicians, writers and performers worldwide for over two centuries.

The On Show Calendar | Weekly Selection

THE ON SHOW CALENDAR by category and chronological order of date of opening.

Florence Academy of Art - Oil Painting, the Indirect Method with Richard Greathouse

By the end of he workshop, students will have learned the craft of creating a portrait that is successful both in its representation of the subject as well as in the vibrancy of the paint itself.

Exhibitions and other events from Garage newletter

Exhibitions and other events from Garage newsletter.

Met Exhibition to Explore Representations of the Moon from the Dawn of Photography through the Present

he Metropolitan Museum of Art will present visual representations of the moon from the dawn of photography through the present in the exhibition Apollo’s Muse: The Moon in the Age of Photography.

Paris: Gauguin dictated the standards for a good painting. Sérusier, Filiger, Bonnard and the others followed

During the summer of 1888 in Brittany at Pont Aven, Paul Gauguin, an artistic genius who saw himself as the guru of the avant-garde, dictated to the man who would become his disciple, Paul Sérusier, the guidelines for a new kind of painting. This adventure and its pictorial repercussions are traced in 3 exhibitions at Musée d’Orsay, Musée du Luxembourg and Galerie Malingue in Paris.

Venice during the Biennale (2): Memorable exhibitions of Arp, Kounellis, Baselitz, Gorky, Tuymans...

The Venice Biennale has become such an important moment in the global art calendar that countless events now congregate around it. They tend to be of a more classical nature than those at the national pavilions and the international pavilion of Ralph Rugoff, and are generally of a remarkable quality.



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