Lenbachhaus | Sheela Gowda

Honoring the achievements of mid-career artists, the Maria Lassnig Prize was awarded to Sheela Gowda in 2019 and this exhibition is organized in conjunction with it.


The Metropolitan Museum of Art announced the key components of its 150th-anniversary celebration in 2020, including major gifts of art from around the world; exhibitions and displays that will examine art, history, and culture through spectacular objects; and dynamic programs that will engage The Met’s local and global communities.

Bank Austria Kunstforum Wien | The Cindy Sherman Effect

Identity, its construction, its transformations and its fictional dimensions are at the core of the artistic practice of the American photographer Cindy Sherman (born 1955).

Maison Ruinart & David Shrigley | Unconventional Bubbles Фонд "ГРАНИ"Вчера, 19:49

Each year, Maison Ruinart commissions an international contemporary artist for a carte blanche exhibition paying tribute to its history, heritage, savoir-faire and champagne cellars (listed as a Unesco World Heritage Site).

Guggenheim Museum Bilbao | Lygia Clark. Painting as an experimental field, 1948-1958

This exhibition presents a re-examination of Clark’s crucial, formative years from 1948 to 1958, when she was experimenting with figuration and abstraction to articulate the compelling visual language that would define her mature production.


The Met was a forerunner in recognizing the powerfully eclectic nature of the decorative arts of the nineteenth century in its collecting and exhibitions, but those stories are significantly enhanced by this year's promised gift of eighty-eight works of art from the collection of Deedee and Barrie Wigmore.

Monumental Work by Charles Ray Acquired by The Met

The Met announced today the acquisition of the monumental sculptural relief Two Horses (2019) by American artist Charles Ray (b. 1953).

News from National Portrait Gallery

News from National Portrait Gallery (Washington, DC).

David Zwirner London | Late Klee

David Zwirner London presents Late Klee, the gallery’s second solo exhibition of Paul Klee’s work since announcing its exclusive collaboration with the Klee Family.

Helena Rubinstein. In 1909 she was already buying the best in tribal art. The method behind a remarkable collection

Helena Rubinstein started amassing an absolutely exceptional collection of tribal art in 1909. “The empress of beauty”, as she was dubbed by Jean Cocteau, had an aesthetic vision that didn’t stop at her beauty salons where she created the concept. 66 of the most fascinating works in her possession are now on display at the Musée du Quai Branly until 28 June 2020.

MFAH | The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston | Francis Bacon: Late Paintings

Organized by the Centre Pompidou, this is the first in-depth museum consideration of Bacon’s production in his final decades, and the first museum exhibition of the artist’s work to be seen in the U.S. since the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s 2009 retrospective in New York.

The New British Galleries at the MET | Opening on March 2, 2020

The re-opening of The Met's British Galleries is one of the highlights of the Museum's 150th anniversary—11,000 square feet devoted to British decorative arts, design, and sculpture created between 1500 and 1900.

Rem Koolhaas: the architect’s great cultural revolution fills the whole Guggenheim in New York. A video interview

The famous, now-legendary architect Rem Koolhaas is a great proponent of paradoxical thinking. His system of thought is such that he consistently takes stances you don’t expect. Remaining faithful to his train of thought, his new focus of interest is the countryside. “Countryside, The Future” is also the title of the mega-exhibition currently dedicated to him at the Guggenheim in New York.

Now Open : SMALL WORKS, GREAT ARTISTS : Until 19 March 2020

The exhibition comprises over 40 works by 21 makers coming from nine countries.

The Met Celebrates Third Anniversary of Open Access Program

This month, The Metropolitan Museum of Art is celebrating the third anniversary of its Open Access Program, which seeks to make the Museum's collection one of the most accessible, discoverable, and useable on the internet.

"Gerhard Richter: Painting After All" at The Met Breuer

The Met will present a major loan exhibition devoted to the work of one of the greatest artists of our time: Gerhard Richter (German, born Dresden 1932).

Nouveau Musée National de Monaco | Villa Paloma | Variations - Eugène Frey's Light Sets presented by João Maria Gusmão

The exhibition brings together for the first time 300 works on paper and over 100 glass plates by Eugène Frey (1864–1942) who invented the 'Light Sets' stage design technique – a complex system of lighting projections that enabled multiple variations of colors, lighting and forms to be combined whilst incorporating moving images.

Kimbell Art Museum | Flesh and Blood. Italian Masterpieces from the Capodimonte Museum

Featuring 40 masterpieces from the Capodimonte Museum in Naples, one of the most important art collections in Italy, this monumental gathering of paintings is a journey through the artistic achievements of Titian, Raphael, Parmigianino, El Greco, Annibale Carracci, Artemisia Gentileschi, Guido Reni, Jusepe de Ribera and Luca Giordano.

Kunsthaus Graz | Universalmuseum Joanneum | Bill Fontana - Primal Energies and Sonic Projections (Graz)

From 13 March 2020, the American sound artist Bill Fontana will re-enact his famous Sonic Projections from Schloßberg (1988) project in Graz alongside a solo show.

Steve McQueen at the Tate Modern: the man with two brains | Judith Benhamou-Huet Reports

There are certain rare people who seem to have two brains. This is the case of the English filmmaker and artist Steve McQueen. He was awarded the Turner Prize but also an Oscar in Hollywood for “12 Years a Slave”. The Tate Modern is staging an exhibition dedicated to him. "The wider public should be able to see him exhibited as an artist again."



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