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Best Museums in NYC

Millions of people come to New York every year for a variety of reasons, from business and shopping to an extraordinary collection of museums. It's not for nothing that New York is called the world capital of art, as the number of museums, galleries, and unique expositions here is amazing. New York is a city of endless possibilities, including the...

Art Museums and Cultural Institutions Around the Globe are Sending Each Other Virtual Bouquets and Botanicals

Social media was teeming last week with floral offerings from cultural institutions around the globe. Since many are closed due to COVID-19, museums like the Guggenheim, MCA Chicago, and the New-York Historical Society, which began the botanical trend, exchanged sweet messages paired with virtual bouquets from their current collections. We’ve gathered some of them here, but be sure to check...

“Flowers for art”: a creative experiment by florists and museum workers

The Swiss city of Aargau has opened the exhibition "Flowers for Art", which is being held for the seventh consecutive year by the local Art Museum and the association of florists "Flowers to Arts". Working at the intersection of floristry and painting, the arrangers create unique flower arrangements that continue the theme and mood of several paintings from the...

American street artist opens his personal museum in Los Angeles

There's a new major street art museum in Los Angeles. It is created by the famous street artist Thierry Getta, better known under the pseudonym of Mr. Brainwash. He rented the Paley Media Center in Beverly Hills, designed by architect Richard Mayer in 1996. Here he will host his own works as well as those of authors he respects. "My...

Skarstedt Gallery brings together the eminent works of Basquiat and Baselitz

The Skarstedt Gallery in the USA hosts an exhibition of works by Jean-Michel Basquiat and Georg Baselitz. The curators of the exhibition decided to compare the works of American and German artists created in the 1980s. These works have influenced a whole generation of contemporary authors. Both artists came across at the very beginning of this decade when they took...

Getty Museum opens a large-scale Michelangelo exhibition

The Getty Museum opened the exhibition "Michelangelo: The Master's Mind". The exhibition included a collection of rare drawings of the famous sculptor. Thanks to them, viewers will be able to follow the development of the most iconic works of Michelangelo, on each of which the author began to work with a graphic sketch. "It is through his master drawings that...

Leonardo da Vinci exhibition in the Louvre set a new attendance record

The Louvre summed up its grand exhibition to mark the 500th anniversary of the death of Leonardo da Vinci. According to the museum, the exhibition was visited by 1,071,840 people for four months. Guests came from all over the world to see a unique collection of works by the famous Renaissance artist. The museum also announced that the Da Vinci...

David Hockney showed portraits of close friends at his new exhibition

The National Portrait Gallery in London presented a large-scale retrospective exhibition of British artist David Hockney. The famous author prepared a surprise for the guests of his exhibition. There he presented three portraits of his closest friends - textile designer Selia Birtwell, curator Gregory Evans, and painter Maurice Payne. The exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery explores graphic works by...

National Gallery showcased Degas paintings about opera

Venue: National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C Dates: March 1 – July 5, 2020 Throughout his long artistic career, Degas loved painting the Paris Opera and everything to do with the Opera. He painted the auditorium, the stage, boxes & foyers. Behind the scenes, he loved capturing the dancers, singers and orchestral musicians rehearsing. He also painted the audience. This is the exhibition not...

6 of the spring’s most important exhibitions

In the USA Art News objective is the main art exhibitions of this spring from Paris to New York. Cindy Sherman. Retrospective 1975-2020  Foundation Louis Vuitton, Paris, from April 1 to August 31 "You will not find me in my work. I am anonymous," said Cindy Sherman in one of her rare interviews, who in the 21st century gave new life to...

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