“The meaning is what you bring to the work.” When I interviewed Richard Serra in 2008 about his monumental installation at the Grand Palais in Paris, the American star artist uttered this truth. Fast-forward several years to 2022, and I am co-curating an exhibition at the Guggenheim Bilbao taking place until 6 September, which establishes this dialogue that emerged from the mouth of Richard Serra in spring 2008.
Fashion and mementos from the legendary life of Princess Grace of Monaco, celebrating her dedicated collaborative relationship with Marc Bohan, artistic director at Christian Dior, are on view in North America for the first time in this special exhibition at Hillwood.
The exhibition will consist of thirty-three works in porcelain, including one 7-piece installation.
What does the androgynous depiction of Hatshepsut—and its subsequent destruction—tell us about the role of gender in Ancient Egypt?
Postponed since summer 2020, the much-awaited performance piece “Birthright” by New York City-based artist Maren Hassinger will debut at the National Portrait Gallery this summer.
Kimono Style: The John C. Weber Collection will explore the artistic exchanges between the kimono and Western fashion through more than 60 examples of the T-shaped Japanese garment, as well as Western couture, Japanese paintings, prints, and decorative arts
June is here! Explore a new exhibition, wander the beautiful gardens, and enjoy all Hillwood has to offer. There is something for everyone, both in person and from home.
The British artist Bridget Riley is one of the most prominent representatives of post-war abstract painting.
The exhibition of Jean-Frédéric Schnyder at the Kunstmuseum Bern only runs until Sunday, 29 May 2022.
Un an après la fermeture de la galerie ARGENTIC, je suis heureux de pouvoir vous inviter à l’exposition des chefs-d’œuvre de Roger Schall dans le cadre du Vincennes Images Festival.
The Zentrum Paul Klee is showing one of Switzerland’s first museum exhibitions curated by children. In a 10-month project, children had the opportunity to shape the selection of paintings, their presentation and the narrative of the exhibition.
The namesake of this exhibition are glacial erratics, which are rocks that have been carried across the landscape by glaciers and then deposited someplace after the glacier has melted.
In this creative writing workshop, we will draw inspiration from "Hung Liu: Portraits of Promised Lands " to develop stories that explore the themes of time, memory, and history.
The Nabis group founded in 1888 around the artists Pierre Bonnard, Maurice Denis, Félix Vallotton and Édouard Vuillard, symbolises the beginnings of modern art.
For a long time Juile Mehretu has not only been one of the stars of American painting in a rather abstract vein, but she has also been the subject of a major tour of the country with a retrospective of her oeuvre.
The Nabis group, founded in 1888 around the artists Pierre Bonnard, Maurice Denis, Félix Vallotton and Édouard Vuillard, symbolically represents the beginnings of modern art.
Louise Bourgeois: Paintings is the first comprehensive exhibition of paintings by the celebrated artist, produced between her arrival in New York from Paris in 1938 and her turn away from the medium by 1949.
We are delighted to present an online exhibition of works by Irish artist, Liam Flynn (1969 - 2017).
"The perception of America as an uninhabited wilderness is in its own way, a historical fiction." —Alan Braddock, professor and ecocritic
Die Schweizer Künstlerin Heidi Bucher (1926–1993) zelebrierte in ihrem Schaffen die Metamorphosen des Lebens, die Ablösung vom Alten und die Auferstehung in einer neuen Haut.