Opening August 30 at The Met Cloisters, Spain, 1000–1200: Art at the Frontiers of Faith will bring together a group of works that attest to the diversity of Spanish art during this period.
Opening August 16, 2021, at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the exhibition Jules Tavernier and the Elem Pomo explores the intercultural exchange between American artist Jules Tavernier (1844–1889), born and trained in France, and the Indigenous Pomo community of Elem at Clear Lake in northern California.
In September we will be opening the next exhibition season. The program includes the first Russian exhibition by Thomas Demand...
Spend a summer evening in the gardens and enjoy Dance Institute of Washington’s original dance compositions drawing upon the themes of Kristine Mays: Rich Soil.
August is here! Explore the summer gardens, enjoy three exhibitions, and experience programming in person and from home.
Hung Liu is a contemporary Chinese American artist, whose multilayered paintings have established new frameworks for understanding portraiture in relation to time, memory, and history.
The exhibition Paul Klee. Humans Among Themselves contradicts this perception and shows that a social or political dimension is often hidden behind the facade of his works.
Hillwood and Dance Place commissioned a site-specific, movement-based performance by Krystal Collins/new growth collective, inspired by the exhibition Kristine Mays: Rich Soil.
Ahead of the new season in September we are celebrating the tranquility of the hot weather and the vacation period by sticking to a routine. In this newsletter we want to share with you a selection of projects that our various departments have been busy with recently.
Join Hillwood for family fun and hands-on art making, crafting from wire, inspired by the special exhibition Kristine Mays: Rich Soil.
The twin themes of solitude and togetherness in Chinese art will be explored in the exhibition Companions in Solitude: Reclusion and Communion in Chinese Art, opening July 31 at The Met.
We present the new issue of the "Tretyakov Gallery" magazine - #2(71) 2021. It will soon be available in stores of Tretyakov Gallery in Moscow. The issue is already available in the mobile app of The Tretyakov Gallery magazine.
Erskine, Hall & Coe are delighted to present an online exhibition of four sculptures by Gordon Baldwin.
What's On July: Looking for a new podcast or exhibition? We've got you covered!
Over the past four decades, William Kentridge (b. 1955, Johannesburg) has created a major multi-disciplinary oeuvre resolutely narrative in its treatment of themes connected to history and the phenomena of memory and forgetfulness.
Tom Sachs (1966) is one of today’s most renowned American contemporary artists and is widely known for his re-imaginations of Modern icons, and his large-scale immersive installations.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art announced today its lineup of exhibitions for fall 2021, along with highlights of the in-person programs resuming over the summer and fall.
Since 1997, Jeff Koons’ colossal floral sculpture Puppy has been welcoming visitors to the Museum Guggenheim Bilbao.
Contemporary American artist Kristine Mays's life-size, three-dimensional wire sculptures emerge throughout the gardens for this enchanting exhibition.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art announced today the launch of the limited-edition "El Met" T-shirt, featuring a graphic remix of the Museum’s iconic logo by Miguel Luciano, Civic Practice Partnership Artist in Residence at The Met.