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

News from National Portrait Gallery

The Museum Shop features a variety of books and distinctive objects inspired by popular works from the museum’s permanent collection as well as works from special exhibitions.

Pavel Pepperstein | Commercial Forest Poetry | Iragui gallery

Today, poetry is on the one hand blossoming everywhere, unbridled, whilst on the other it is in an extremely depressed state, having almost entirely lost, in the eyes of society, the sacral status that it once possessed.

Juninews aus dem ZPK

Endlich ist es soweit und nach und nach können wir Ihnen wieder unser ganzes Programm anbieten!

CPGA | Paris Gallery Weekend 2021

With 127 participating galleries, the 2021 edition of Paris Gallery Weekend is an invitation to discover the astonishing vitality and diversity of the Parisian art scene.

Groundbreaking Exhibition to Explore How Women Photographers Worldwide Shaped the Medium from the 1920s to the 1950s

Opening July 2, 2021 at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The New Woman Behind the Camera will feature 185 photographs, photo books, and illustrated magazines by 120 photographers from over 20 countries.

Exhibition at The Met to Explore Politics, Patronage, and Power in Medicean Florence

Opening June 26, The Medici: Portraits and Politics, 1512–1570 will feature more than 90 works of art by some of the most celebrated artists of the Italian Renaissance, including Bronzino, Pontormo, Cellini, and many others

Sophie Taeuber-Arp - A Life Through Art | Ein Leben Für Die Kunst by Silvia Boadella

A pioneer of modern art, at the center of Zurich’s Dada movement, Sophie Taeuber-Arp (1889-1943) is considered the most important female Swiss artist of the early 20th century.

Explore Hillwood from Home: Weekly Highlights | 20.05.2021

This week: a video from Chief Curator Wilfried Zeisler, a jewelry sale, and virtual programs.

Museum Guggenheim Bilbao | The Line of Wit

The Line of Wit explores a selection of works from the Guggenheim Museo Bilbao’s permanent collection and long-term loans characterized as humorous, clever, and experimental.

Explore Hillwood from Home: Weekly Highlights | 14.05.2021

This week: an upcoming exhibition, the virtual mansion tour digital library, and what's in bloom.

News from National Portrait Gallery

We are a museum about people, for people, and by people, and our visitors are what make the Portrait Gallery experience complete.

SIMON KIDD, until 20 May 2021, catalogue now online

Erskine, Hall & Coe are delighted to present Murlach, an exhibition of new works by Simon Kidd.

Explore Hillwood from Home: Weekly Highlights | 09.05.2021

This week: Spring with Hillwood; a video with Ami Wilber, floral and event décor designer; and gift memberships for Mother's Day.

David Zwirner Online | Program

On June 10, David Zwirner will launch the first edition of Program, a new global livestreaming event that will transport viewers directly into David Zwirner’s galleries in New York, London, Paris, and Hong Kong.

Eröffnung Paul Klee. Ich will nichts wissen

Wir laden Sie herzlich zum Eröffnungsabend der Ausstellung Paul Klee. Das Museum Rietberg in Zürich zeigt übrigens noch bis 11. Juli 2021 «Kunst der Vorzeit. Felsbilder der Frobenius-Expeditionen», die ideale Vor- oder Nachbereitung für unsere Klee-Ausstellung.

News from National Portrait Gallery

The Portrait Gallery is proud to welcome Rhea Combs as the new director of curatorial affairs.

August Gaul. Modern Animals | Kunstmuseum Bern

The Kunstmuseum Bern, which has one of the biggest and most top-level collections of Gaul in the Zwillenberg Collection, is devoting an exhibition to the pioneer of modern animal sculpture, in which his work is for the first time placed in a cultural and historical context.

Giant=Creation. Adolf Wölfli’s World

Adolf Wölfli (1864–1930) became a draftsman, composer and author in Waldau Mental Asylum, to which he was committed in 1895 at the age of 31 after being diagnosed with schizophrenia.

Explore Hillwood from Home: Weekly Highlights | 12.03.2021

This week: what's in bloom, Mother's Day gifts, and a video from Chief Curator Wilfried Zeisler.



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