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The 11th VIENNAFAIR will take place from the 8th – 11th October 2015
06.10.2015

The 11th VIENNAFAIR will take place from the 8th – 11th October 2015 at the renowned and popular fair venue Reed Messe Wien, Hall A.

ESKENAZI EXHIBITS TEN NEW PAINTINGS BY CELEBRATED CONTEMPORARY INK MASTER, LIU DAN
24.09.2015

Eskenazi is proud to present an exhibition of ten new paintings by Chinese contemporary master Liu Dan (b.1953), which will be on view at 10 Clifford Street, London, from 14 October to 14 November 2015.

Ancient Egypt Transformed: The Middle Kingdom
23.09.2015

During the Middle Kingdom (mid-Dynasty 11–Dynasty 13, around 2030–1650 B.C.), artistic, cultural, religious, and political traditions first conceived and instituted during the Old Kingdom were revived and reimagined. This transformational era will be represented through 230 powerful and compelling masterworks (individual objects and groups of objects) in the major international exhibition Ancient Egypt Transformed: The Middle Kingdom, opening October 12 at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art.

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19.09.2015

New Special issue of "The Tretyakov Gallery Magazine" ("VALENTIN SEROV. HERITAGE"), #3 2015 (48) has beeb published.

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18.09.2015

The Metropolitan Museum of Art has been named the world’s #1 museum in the 2015 TripAdvisor Travelers’ Choice™ awards.

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11.09.2015

Thomas P. Campbell, Director and CEO of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, announced today the launch of #MetKids, a new online feature made for, with, and by kids.

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10.09.2015

The exhibition project entitled Надежда/Nadezhda - The Hope Principle focuses on the artistic exploration of these locations. In photographing these industrial cities the visual artists featured in the exhibition have chosen to position their works between utopia and the social, political, economic and technological reality.

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09.09.2015

The Metropolitan Museum of Art announced today that the exhibition China: Through the Looking Glass, which closed yesterday, attracted 815,992 visitors during its run from May 7 to September 7, putting it in fifth place among the Museum’s most visited exhibitions.

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09.09.2015

Every month, MetCollects introduces one work of art recently acquired by the Met. We invite you to have a first look with us.

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09.09.2015

A landmark presentation that will radically redefine our understanding of Africa’s relationship with the West, Kongo: Power and Majesty, opening at The Metropolitan Museum of Art this September, will focus on one of the continent’s most influential artistic traditions, from the earliest moment of direct engagement between African and European leaders at the end of the 15th century through the early 20th century

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05.09.2015

We have the great pleasure to present a selection of photographs of Paris by night made by Roger Schall.

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28.08.2015

The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s marble sculpture Adam by Tullio Lombardo (ca. 1455–1532) returned to public view late last fall following a 12-year conservation project, presented in a special exhibition in the Museum’s new Venetian Sculpture Gallery.

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26.08.2015

In March 2016, The Metropolitan Museum of Art will launch its first season of programming at The Met Breuer, inviting visitors to engage with art of the 20th and 21st centuries through the global breadth and historical reach of the Museum's unparalleled collection and scholarly resources. At the same time, the Met will reveal a restored architectural icon, invigorated by renovations that will support a fluid, integrated experience of art and architecture.

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24.08.2015

A landmark presentation that will radically redefine our understanding of Africa’s relationship with the West, Kongo: Power and Majesty, opening at The Metropolitan Museum of Art this September, will focus on one of the continent’s most influential artistic traditions, from the earliest moment of direct engagement between African and European leaders at the end of the 15th century through the early 20th century.

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24.08.2015

During the Middle Kingdom (mid-Dynasty 11-Dynasty 13, around 2030-1650 B.C.), artistic, cultural, religious, and political traditions first conceived and instituted during the Old Kingdom were revived and reimagined. This transformational era will be represented through 230 powerful and compelling masterworks (individual objects and groups of objects) in the major international exhibitionAncient Egypt Transformed: The Middle Kingdom, opening October 12 at New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art.

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24.08.2015

Every month, MetCollects introduces one work of art recently acquired by the Met. We invite you to have a first look with us.

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05.08.2015

Drawn from The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s collection of drawings, prints, and photographs, the diverse works in About Face: Human Expression on Paper—portraits, caricatures, representations of theater and war—reveal how expression underpinned narrative and provided a window onto the character and motivations of the subjects, the artists, and even their audiences.

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05.08.2015

Grand Illusions: Staged Photography from the Met Collection, a survey of 40 photographs spanning the first 170 years of the medium, focuses on the ways in which artists have staged and composed images so that the imaginary is pictured as if it were real.

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29.07.2015

Thomas P. Campbell, Director and CEO of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, announced today that a record 6.3 million people—from the five boroughs of New York City, the local tri-state area, across the United States, and around the world—visited the Museum during the fiscal year that ended on June 30 (FY15).

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27.07.2015

Three aesthetic principles that were especially important to the design of architectural ornament in the Byzantine, Sasanian, and early Islamic traditions will be highlighted in the exhibition Pattern, Color, Light: Architectural Ornament in the Near East (500–1000), opening July 20 at The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

 

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