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.
Visual artist and filmmaker Emilija Škarnulytė (b. 1987, Vilnius, Lithuania) researches the psychological power wielded on us by our environment.
A central figure in Impressionism, Camille Pissarro (1830–1903) ranks among the most distinguished artists of 19th century France.
This week: a return to full service dining in Merriweather Café, an upcoming program, and a video from Chief Curator Wilfried Zeisler.
The new special edition "St. Anastasia Chapel in Pskov. An Artistic Collaboration Between Alexei Shchusev and Nicholas Roerich" of the "Tretyakov Gallery" magazine #2 2021 (71) is available in the mobile app of The Tretyakov Gallery magazine.
Das farbenfrohe Schauspiel der Flachsblüte rund um das ZPK lässt in diesem Jahr noch auf sich warten, das Frühjahr war zu kühl, sodass unser Flachs noch aufholen muss.
Looking at Giacometti’s art through the prism of ancient Egyptian art.
The huge retrospective at the Tretyakov is a revelation.
This week: a return to regular ticketing, a new exhibition opening tomorrow, and Father's Day gifts.
This month the newsletter opens with comments from the curators of three new projects at Garage: Rodney Graham. Phonokinetoscope (May 17–June 27, 2021), Natalia Turnova. The Egg and the Rock (June 1–August 22, 2021), and Paweł Althamer. Silence (June 1–September 30, 2021).
Hillwood founder Marjorie Merriweather Post was a prominent tastemaker during the era known as the Roaring Twenties.
With a collection of nearly 8,000 works initially gathering the collections of the city of Ostend and the former province of West Flanders, the Mu.ZEE is reopening and reinventing itself with a new mission: to tell the story of Belgian art from 1880 to the present day.
This week: an upcoming exhibition, past programs, and a video from Ami Wilber, floral and event décor designer.
This exhibition showcases the extraordinary range of bronzes, ceramics and metalwork that John D. Rockefeller 3rd (1906–1978) and his wife, Blanchette Hooker Rockefeller (1909–1992), thoughtfully assembled between the 1940s and the 1970s.
Homebound older adult recipients of Citymeals across New York City’s five boroughs will receive an art box to promote connection and well-being through art making and volunteer-led conversations about art