You can be a painter and commit suicide with a shot from a revolver pointed at your chest without being a cursed artist. This is the claim of the new and extraordinary exhibition dedicated to Vincent Van Gogh at the Musée d’Orsay.
Look Again: European Paintings 1300–1800 will highlight new narratives and juxtapositions among more than 700 works of art, following an approximately five-year-long project to replace the galleries’ skylights
On November 7, 2023, The Metropolitan Museum of Art will present the exhibition Lineages: Korean Art at The Met, which celebrates the 25th anniversary of the opening of the Museum’s Arts of Korea gallery.
Featuring over twenty works made from the 1950s to the present day, British Ceramics encompasses the beauty of all ceramic shapes and designs, from functional pots to sculptural pieces.
The German Dadaist Hannah Hoch (1889-1978) is one of the inventors of modern collage and considered a major protagonist of the art of the 1920s.
The Consulate General of Nepal in New York and The Metropolitan Museum of Art announced today that The Met has initiated the return of two works of art—13th-century wooden temple strut and an 11th-century stone image of Vishnu flanked by Lakshmi and Garuda—to the Government of Nepal.
Vertigo of Color: Matisse, Derain, and the Origins of Fauvism will present, for the first time in the United States, the legacy of that legendary summer in 65 paintings, drawings, and watercolors by Matisse and Derain.
October is here! Explore the vibrant fall gardens, view a beautiful exhibition, and enjoy all Hillwood has to offer. There is something for everyone, in person and from home.
We are delighted to present Japanese Ceramics, an exhibition featuring over thirty ceramic works by classic artists.
One of the inventors of the modern collage, Hannah Hoch (1889-1978) is considered an important protagonist in the art of the 1920s.
Hillwood has partnered with the James Renwick Alliance for Craft as part of their Distinguished Artist Series to feature glass artist Debora Moore.
Some 160 paintings and works on paper, including rarely loaned masterpieces, will illuminate the friendship and rivalry between these two giants of 19th-century French art
With MARKUS RAETZ. oui non si no yes no, the Kunstmuseum Bern is devoting the first large-scale posthumous retrospective to the artist who died in 2020.
On September 9, The Metropolitan Museum of Art will open the newly designed 81st Street Studio, a science and art play space for children ages 3 to 11, in the Ruth and Harold D. Uris Center for Education.
In February 2024, The Metropolitan Museum of Art will present the groundbreaking exhibition The Harlem Renaissance and Transatlantic Modernism.
The Zentrum Paul Klee dares to make a strategic shift of direction. With Kosmos Klee. The collection, it devotes a new kind of presentation to Paul Klee’s life, work and thought.
Art for the Millions: American Culture and Politics in the 1930s will feature more than 100 works, from paintings, photographs, and decorative arts to fashion, film, and ephemera
The Metropolitan Museum of Art hosted opening receptions for the exhibition Tree and Serpent: Early Buddhist Art in India, 200 BCE–400 CE.
The Kunstmuseum Bern's new-style fundraising project got off to a good start. All 120 NFTs in the packages sold out within 48 hours. The INFINITE digital spaces met with lively interest.
Opening at The Metropolitan Museum of Art on July 21, 2023, the exhibition Tree and Serpent: Early Buddhist Art in India, 200 BCE–400 CE will illuminate how the religious landscape of ancient India was transformed by the Buddhist presence.