Alex Da Corte’s Enchanting Commission for The Met’s Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Roof Garden to Open April 16

For The Met’s 2021 Roof Garden Commission, Philadelphia-based artist Alex Da Corte (born 1980) has created a 26-foot-tall kinetic sculpture featuring the beloved Sesame Street character Big Bird and the modern aesthetic of Alexander Calder’s standing mobiles.

Google Doodle to Mark 151st Anniversary of The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Founding

The 151st anniversary of the founding of The Metropolitan Museum of Art will be celebrated with a custom Google Doodle, the creative treatment of the Google logo featured on the search engine’s homepage.

Digitales aus dem ZPK

In der neuen Podcast-Serie zu unserer Ausstellung Aufbruch ohne Ziel. Annemarie Schwarzenbach als Fotografin diskutiert Kurator Martin Waldmeier mit wechselnden Gästen Fragen rund um das fotografische Werk der Schriftstellerin und Reporterin.

The new special issue "Germany – Russia. On the crossroads of cultures" - content

We present the new special issue of the "Tretyakov Gallery" magazine #1 2020 (70) - "Germany – Russia. On the crossroads of cultures" and the Russian-German version - "Deutschland – Russland. Perspektiven auf die Kunst – und Museumsszene".

Now On View! The Porcelain Flowers of Vladimir Kanevsky

Kanevsky's remarkable porcelain sculptures spring to life throughout Hillwood's mansion, inspired by flowers grown in Marjorie Merriweather Post's gardens.

News from National Portrait Gallery

The museum presents exhibitions and public programs that honor all members of our AAPI communities, no matter their background, language, or religious beliefs.

Florence Academy of Art - Exceptional Student Artwork

Fall Application Review for Full time Certificate programs in Drawing & Painting and Sculpture.

Exhibition of Karl Bodmer’s Watercolor Portraits of Indigenous Americans to Open April 5 at The Met

Karl Bodmer: North American Portraits will present a compelling visual response to Native North America through watercolors created in the 1830s by the Swiss draftsman Karl Bodmer (1809–1893).

April is beautiful at Hillwood

Spring is here! Wander the gardens as they burst into bloom and explore a beautiful new exhibition. This month, Hillwood has something for everyone, both in person and from home.

Border Crossings – North and South Korean Art from the Sigg Collection

The Kunstmuseum Bern is reconciling the seemingly irreconcilable: contemporary art from North and South Korea.


The Metropolitan Museum of Art today launched its first-ever cross-platform video advertising campaign encouraging New Yorkers and tristate area residents to visit The Met.

Online Only : SMALL WORKS, GREAT ARTISTS : Until 6 April 2021

An online exhibition of over 60 artworks, 20th century and contemporary by important British and International artists

Rautenstrauch-Joest-Museum Cultures of the world | Resist! The Art of Resistance

Through historical objects from the RJM's anthropological collection and works by 27 contemporary artists from the Global South or the diaspora, such as Kader Attia, Kara Walker, Patricia Kaersenhout and Ayrson Heráclito, the exhibition highlights 500 years of anti-colonial resistance.

Bank Austria Kunstforum Wien | Daniel Spoerri

This Spring, the Bank Austria Kunstforum Wien is dedicating a comprehensive retrospective to Daniel Spoerri (b.1930, Galaţi, Romania, lives and works in Vienna).

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 | 12.03.2021

This week: Orchid Month; a video from Chief Curator Wilfried Zeisler; the video library and recorded programs; and Hillwood's reopening.

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.



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