Alice Neel: People Come First is the first museum retrospective in New York of American artist Alice Neel (1900-1984) in 20 years.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art announced today a gift from Hayashi Kaoru of 18 exceptional metalworks by Japanese contemporary artists.
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.
We invite you to come and talk about it and above all to form your own opinion with our exhibition of around sixty vintage prints collected and exhibited at the ARGENTIC gallery for the first time.
We offer a photo tour of the Robert Falk exhibition in the New Tretyakov in Moscow.
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.
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.
On February 15 , 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.
View the special exhibition The Porcelain Flowers of Vladimir Kanevsky, explore the magic of Hillwood, and bid on choice items in the online auction.
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
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.
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.
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.
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.
Featured Online Programs from National Portrait Gallery.
We are excited to offer new programs virtually, bringing Hillwood to you. This month, enjoy virtual mansion tours, lectures, and a workshop. Learn more and register below!
Bis wir uns wiedersehen, wird wohl doch noch eine Weile vergehen. Wir haben sehr gehofft, dass unser Haus nicht zu lange geschlossen bleiben muss.
Today is Shozo Michikawa's birthday, and to celebrate we have put together a brief online exhibition. This will run for one week until the 5th of February.
About Time: Fashion and Duration, The Costume Institute's 2020 exhibition at The Met Fifth Avenue, closes on Sunday, February 7.
Hillwood is excited to welcome back our members to enjoy exclusive access to the museum and gardens, beginning Tuesday, February 16.