Tate St Ives | Huguette Caland

Lebanese artist Huguette Caland (b. 1931) and her exploratory practice have had a key, yet under-recognized, role in the development of international modern art.

Fondation Calouste Gulbenkian | Métal Hurlant

With texts by curator Sérgio Mah, Marco Bene, François Piron, Joël Vacheron and Sophie Cavoulacos, this Métal Hurlant publication accompanies the eponymous site-specific exhibition of Portuguese artist Alexandre Estrela.

Guggenheim Museum Bilbao | Lucio Fontana. On the Threshold

This exhibition reexamines the career of Lucio Fontana (b. 1899, Rosario, Argentina; d. 1968, Varese, Italy), one of the most innovative artists of the 20th century.

Guggenheim Museum Bilbao | Gerhard Richter. Seascapes

Gerhard Richter (b. 1932) worked on his Seascapes Series from the end of the 1960s up until 1998 and this exhibition will be the first to present a broad variety of these works.

The Met to Premiere Ragnar Kjartansson's Immersive New Video Installation, "Death Is Elsewhere"

This summer, The Metropolitan Museum of Art will present the world premiere of a major new work by the acclaimed Icelandic artist Ragnar Kjartansson.

"Oliver Beer: Vessel Orchestra" to Premiere at The Met Breuer with New Compositions and Live Performances

Oliver Beer: Vessel Orchestra—the first sound-based performance exhibition commissioned by The Met—is composed of 32 objects from The Met collection—sculptures, utilitarian containers, and decorative works—that together form a musical instrument.

Teens Take The Met!—Museum-Wide Evening of Activities, Performances, and Giveaways—Returns on Friday, May 31

The highly anticipated Teens Take The Met! will take place on Friday, May 31, from 5 to 8 p.m. The Museum-wide program brings together teens from New York's five boroughs for a night of teen-centric activities.

Upcoming Exhibitions at The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Extensive new information is now posted online about The Metropolitan Museum of Art's upcoming exhibitions.

Bundeskunsthalle | Goethe. Transformation of the World

The first major Goethe exhibition in 25 years sheds light on his life, the dawn of our modern world and on the history of the reception of his singular work.

RESULTS | Post-War and Contemporary Evening Sale total $538.9 Million | Christie’s, New York

Sculpture sells for $91,075,000 as Koons becomes world’s most expensive living artist; 1964 Rauschenberg breaks record at $88,805,000; Post-War and Contemporary Art sales total $631,949,875 across the season.

The exhibition of JOHN WARD will be open until the 1st of June

Erskine, Hall & Coe are delighted to exhibit a diverse body of work by John Ward, which is presented as a celebration of his career spanning nearly five decades.

Tate Modern | Olafur Eliasson: In Real Life

Marking the most comprehensive solo presentation of Eliasson's work, and his first major survey in the UK, Olafur Eliasson: In real life will offer a timely opportunity to experience the immersive world of this endlessly inquisitive artist.

Frank Lloyd Wright's First Commercial Venture of Textiles and Designs On View at The Met

The exhibition Frank Lloyd Wright Textiles: The Taliesin Line, 1955–60, which opens at The Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 20, 2019, will feature printed and woven textiles, wallpapers, and mahogany vases from the line, many of which were recently acquired for The Met collection.


According to legend, the sacred image known as Our Lady of Valvanera is a "true portrait" of the Virgin Mary carved from life by Saint Luke and taken to Spain by disciples of Saint Peter.

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.


Consisting of about forty photographs, including some of the earlier images of her mother's scarred skin, the Mother's series evokes a posthumous intimacy in which objects are transformed into potent repositories of human touch.

Legendary Armor of Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I Featured in First Major Exhibition of European Arms and Armor in Decades

The first major exhibition to focus on the critical role that armor played in the life and ambitions of Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I (1459–1519) will open at The Metropolitan Museum of Art on October 7, 2019.

Theaster Gates: the great preacher of contemporary art is at the Palais de Tokyo

To understand Theaster Gates, you must first have the opportunity to see him in public. He’s charged with electricity, volcanic. The Chicago-based artist is a star in Europe, having recently been the subject of an exhibition in Basel at the Kunstmuseum, in Milan at the Prada Foundation, now in Paris at the Palais de Tokyo and since 25 April at the Gropius Bau in Berlin.

Sotheby's Paris | Claudia Cardinale

Sotheby's is delighted to announce the sale of some 130 couture and ready-to-wear items from the wardrobe of 60s iconic film star Claudia Cardinale, widely regarded as one of the greatest actresses of her day.

Edvard Munch now in the Tretyakov Gallery

The exhibition "Edvard Munch" now in the Tretyakov Gallery and the special issue of the "Tretyakov Gallery" magazine, Norway - Russia: On the Crossroads of Cultures (#2 2013).



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