Monday, March 30, 2020

The world’s largest galleries have started to buy African art

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The world's largest galleries have drawn attention to contemporary art in Africa. This conclusion was reached by Turia El Glaoui, director and founder of...

National Museum of Sweden acquired a valuable painting by Artemisia Gentileschi

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The National Museum of Sweden has revealed its new sensational acquisition. The museum's collection was enriched by a painting by Italian artist Artemisia Gentileschi...

Houston Museum will show Francis Bacon’s late works

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The Houston Museum of Fine Arts presents an exhibition of late works by British artist Francis Bacon. The unique exhibition, which focuses on the...

Yayoi Kusama’s immersion exhibition opens in London

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This year in London there is a rare chance to see two works by the cult Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama. Yayoi Kusama is one of...

Edward Hopper’s art were brought to life by director Wim Wenders

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The Beyeler Foundation (Canton Basel, Switzerland) dedicated its main spring exhibition in 2020 to the works of Edward Hopper - one of the most...

The real author of Monet “self-portrait” was discovered by the Marmottan Museum

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One of Claude Monet's rare self-portraits, belonging to the Marmottan-Monet Museum in Paris, was demoted. The painting is now attributed to the little-known Swiss...

Michelangelo from under the sofa: unpredictable findings of great art

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If you find an unknown painting or drawing while cleaning, do not hurry to throw it away. It is quite possible that a masterpiece...

People Are Knitting, Crocheting, and Weaving Tangible Records of Temperature Changes

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In an effort to make the ongoing effects of climate change more visible, needleworkers around the globe are creating temperature blankets and scarves that...

Dentist from Germany tried to sell twenty fake Picasso paintings

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The man offered several auction houses two dozen paintings, assuring the leadership, each of them is real and has the appropriate certificate. In 2017, the...

Raphael’s tapestries return to the Sistine Chapel

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Raphael's tapestries and their cardboards are some of the greatest treasures of the Renaissance. They were commissioned to Raphael in 1515 by Pope Leo...

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