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.
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.
An online exhibition of over 60 artworks, 20th century and contemporary by important British and International artists
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.
This Spring, the Bank Austria Kunstforum Wien is dedicating a comprehensive retrospective to Daniel Spoerri (b.1930, Galaţi, Romania, lives and works in Vienna).
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.
This week: Orchid Month; a video from Chief Curator Wilfried Zeisler; the video library and recorded programs; and Hillwood's reopening.
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 is pleased to present an exhibition of new work by Andra Ursuţa (b. 1979), on view at the gallery’s Paris location.
Enjoy an exclusive opportunity to view the special exhibition The Porcelain Flowers of Vladimir Kanevsky.
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.
The Klee family is sorry to announce the unexpected death of Alexander Klee (06.10.1940 – 01.03.2021).
Wander the gardens to find early bloomers, and celebrate Orchid Month, in honor of Marjorie Post's favorite flower.
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 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.