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James Siena on the Buddha of Medicine Bhaishajyaguru | The Artist Project
04.05.2016

James Siena, born in 1957, is an American artist who works in a wide range of mediums, including lithography, etching, woodcut, engraving, drawing, sculpture, and painting.

Martha Rosler on The Met Cloisters | The Artist Project
30.04.2016

Martha Rosler is an American conceptual artist who works in a wide range of mediums, including video, photo-text, installation, and performance. Brooklyn-born, she lives and works there once again.

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29.04.2016

JOIN US THIS SUMMER! Check the FAA Homepage for our 2016 Workshops. Florence - Sweden - US.

J.M.W. Turner's Quartet of Whaling Paintings United for First Time at The Met
28.04.2016

urner’s Whaling Pictures, opening at The Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 10, will be the first exhibition to unite the series of four whaling scenes painted by the great British artist Joseph Mallord William Turner (1775–1851) near the end of his career.

Sopheap Pich on Vincent van Gogh's drawings | The Artist Project
27.04.2016

Sopheap Pich, born in 1971, is a Cambodian sculptor who works with bamboo and rattan. He currently lives and works in Phnom Penh.

Ilana Goor - Hybrids "Catalog - Pre-Order"
27.04.2016

In light of the great demand we decided to reprint the catalog "Ilana Goor - Hybrids". The catalog was originally produced in 2006 following the artist solo exhibition in the Tel Aviv Museum of Art.

Two Rare Medieval Hebrew Manuscripts  on View at The Met during Passover
21.04.2016

In conjunction with the observance of Passover this year, two medieval Hebrew manuscripts are on view at The Metropolitan Museum of Art—one at The Met Cloisters and the other at The Met Fifth Avenue.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO JOAN MIRO!
20.04.2016

Joan Miro was born on April 20, 1893. Read the paper about this artist in our magazine.

Julie Mehretu on Velázquez's Juan de Pareja | The Artist Project
20.04.2016

Julie Mehretu, born in 1970 in Addis Ababa, is an abstract painter and printmaker. She currently lives and works in New York.

Final Week : NINE POTTERS - ANNIVERSARY EXHIBITION : closes 23 April
20.04.2016

An exhibition of over 50 artworks, celebrating Anita Besson's groundbreaking exhibition, held at Fischer Fine Art in 1986.

Court and Cosmos: The Great Age of the Seljuqs
19.04.2016

Opening April 27 at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art, the landmark international loan exhibition Court and Cosmos: The Great Age of the Seljuqs features spectacular works of art created in the 11th through 13th century from Turkmenistan to the Mediterranean.

Don’t count your…. CARAVAGGIOS, before they hatch
18.04.2016

It’s a story that has got the entire old master world talking. And it begins like the best art market myths.

Laura McPhee on Pieter Bruegel the Elder's The Harvesters | The Artist Project
15.04.2016

Laura McPhee, born in 1958, is an American photographer. She lives, works, and teaches in Brookline, Massachusetts.

A magisterial explosion of work by Sigmar Polke at Pinault Foundation in Venice
15.04.2016

Sigmar Polke (1941-2010) is true a giant of painting from the second half of the 20th century but has yet to receive the full credit he deserves.

JANNIS KOUNELLIS: When one of the greats of ARTE POVERA takes up residence in grandiose 18th-century surroundings
13.04.2016

In a just short space of time La Monnaie de Paris, with its sumptuous 18th century salons, has defied to all expectations to become an important exhibition space for radical contemporary art.

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13.04.2016

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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11.04.2016

At The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the installation Richard Tuttle: The Critical Edge, on view April 2 through June 26, 2016, features a series of six new works made from fabric purchased in New York and Maine, along with 10 paintings.

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08.04.2016

In conjunction with Unfinished: Thoughts Left Visible, one of the inaugural exhibitions at The Met Breuer, a series of screenings of experimental films selected by Thomas Beard, founder and co-director of Light Industry, are being presented in April.

Modern Masters: “Degenerate” Art at the Museum of Fine Arts Berne
06.04.2016

The exhibition Modern Masters: "Degenerate" Art at the Museum of Fine Arts Berne presents, for the first time ever, the acquisition history of the Kunstmuseum Bern's collection.

Restored Saint Michael the Archangel by Andrea della Robbia Back on View at  The Metropolitan Museum of Art
06.04.2016

The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s late-15th-century glazed terracotta relief sculpture Saint Michael the Archangel by Andrea della Robbia (1435–1525) has returned to view in the Museum’s European Sculpture and Decorative Arts Galleries.

 

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