Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg | On Everyone’s Lips. From Pieter Bruegel to Cindy Sherman

Mouth, lips, tongue, and teeth; speech, pain, and screaming; eating, devouring, spitting, and spewing; lust and passion: the mouth has moved to the center of social, political and media debates in the past few months.

David Zwirner Paris | Andra Ursuta - Void Fill

David Zwirner is pleased to present an exhibition of new work by Andra Ursuţa (b. 1979), on view at the gallery’s Paris location.

Exclusive Member Hours for The Porcelain Flowers of Vladimir Kanevsky | Hillwood

Enjoy an exclusive opportunity to view the special exhibition The Porcelain Flowers of Vladimir Kanevsky.

Kunsthaus Pasquart | Nilbar Güreş - Sour as a Lemon

In her work, marked by humour and playful irony, Nilbar Güreş (b.1977, lives and works in Vienna and Istanbul), questions conventional roles of and relationships between the sexes.

Death of Alexander Klee (1940-2021)

The Klee family is sorry to announce the unexpected death of Alexander Klee (06.10.1940 – 01.03.2021).

March with Hillwood: Reopening and Virtual Programs

Wander the gardens to find early bloomers, and celebrate Orchid Month, in honor of Marjorie Post's favorite flower.

Career-spanning Survey of One of the Century's Most Radical Painters, Alice Neel, Opens March 22 at The Met

Alice Neel: People Come First is the first museum retrospective in New York of American artist Alice Neel (1900-1984) in 20 years.

The Met Receives Gift of 18 Exceptional Contemporary Metalworks by Japanese Artists

The Metropolitan Museum of Art announced today a gift from Hayashi Kaoru of 18 exceptional metalworks by Japanese contemporary artists.

News from National Portrait Gallery

Each month, educators from the National Portrait Gallery will partner with colleagues from the Smithsonian and other institutions to discuss how historical objects from their respective collections speak to today’s social justice issues.

The exhibition ROBERT FALK at the New Tretyakov

We offer a photo tour of the Robert Falk exhibition in the New Tretyakov in Moscow.

Happy Birthday to Aleksandr Golovin!

On February 17 (March 1) 1863 a Russian artist and stage designer Aleksandr Golovin was born. We present to your attention articles published in our magazine devoted to art works of this remarkable artist.

Online Only: EWEN HENDERSON: Until 6 March 2021

Whilst we wait impatiently to re-open the gallery to the public in April, we are delighted to present an online-only exhibition of six beautiful works by acclaimed British artist, Ewen Henderson.

Happy Birthday to Nikolai Ghe!

On February 15 [27], 1831, the Russian painter Nikolai Nikolayevich Ge was born. We present to your attention articles published in our magazine devoted to art works of this remarkable artist.

Midnight in the Garden | Hillwood

View the special exhibition The Porcelain Flowers of Vladimir Kanevsky, explore the magic of Hillwood, and bid on choice items in the online auction.

Happy Birthday to Ivan Pokhitonov!

On January 27 (February 8), 1850, the great Russian painter Ivan Pavlovich Pokhitonov was born. We present to your attention The Special issue "IVAN POKHITONOV. THE ARTIST SORCERER" , published by The Tretyakov Gallery magazine in 2012

Happy Birthday to Léon Bakst!

A prominent artist of the Silver Age of Russian culture, Léon (Lev Samoilovich) Bakst was born on January 8, 1866. We present to your attention articles published in our magazine devoted to art works of this remarkable artist.

Explore Hillwood from Home: Weekly Highlights | 06.02.2021

This week: a floral demonstration from Ami Wilber, floral and event décor designer; an update on Hillwood's reopening; and a video from Chief Curator Wilfried Zeisler.

Exhibitions and other events from Garage newletter

The 2nd Garage Triennial of Russian Contemporary Art and Tomás Saraceno. Moving Atmospheres are currently on view. We are happy to begin the new year on this optimistic note, and have put together some more news for you below.

Exhibition of Magnificent Modern and Contemporary Ceramics Celebrates Gift from  Robert A. Ellison Jr. to The Met

Shapes from Out of Nowhere: Ceramics from the Robert A. Ellison Jr. Collection celebrates an extraordinary gift to The Met of 125 modern and contemporary ceramics from Robert A. Ellison Jr., given to the Museum in honor of its 150th anniversary.



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