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A Luscious Floral Art Show at the Mauritshuis Museum

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To celebrate its bicentenary, the Netherlands museum looks back on the floral still life. The Mauritshuis museum in the Hague is in full bloom. To celebrate the 200th anniversary of its opening to the public in 1822, the museum has been transformed into a living bouquet, inside and out. The...

M.C. Escher’s illusionist art at Museum of Fine Arts in Houston

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Houston will debut this major retrospective of over 300 works on paper and more than 100 of the artist’s carved wood blocks, constructed objects, and working tools HOUSTON—DECEMBER 17, 2021—The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, is pleased to present the largest and most comprehensive exhibition of works by M.C. Escher ever held, from the...

Exhibitions to see during Art Basel in Miami Beach

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From an overdue retrospective devoted to the Jewish painter Maryan to little-known installations by Betye Saar My Name is MaryanUntil 20 March 2022 at the Museum of Contemporary Art North MiamiThe Polish-born Jewish artist Maryan was a child when he arrived at the Auschwitz concentration camp and left Auschwitz in 1945 as the only...

Exhibitions to see in London this weekend

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Rumour has it you’re keen to get out of the house. Well, fortunately – given that you happen to live in the cultural capital of the world – you currently have many excellent excuses to do just that, chief amongst them being a ton of excellent museum exhibitions promising to amaze you with flying robots; showcase the work...

Donatello exhibition is to open in Florence

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The Renaissance master is "more important than Giotto, Raphael or Caravaggio" say the curators of the show, which will travel to Berlin and London. In his own time, the 15th-century Florentine sculptor Donatello was regarded as “the master of masters”, an artist so technically skilled in a range of materials, so expert at creating...

A New Exhibition at Rubin museum

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The Rubin Museum teams up with Buddhism to help you adjust your perspective. Are you mad at someone? Consumed with envy? Maybe nursing a grudge? Viewing an art exhibition might provide a temporary distraction. But now a new continuing installation at the Rubin Museum of Art proposes to do something far more radical with these negative...

An artwork by Tavares Strachan is now on view outside Brooklyn’s Barclays Center

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The illuminated artwork designed by Tavares Strachan for the front of the Barclays Center reflects the changes that the borough has undergone since the arena opened a decade ago.  The text isn’t complicated, but the message thrums with meaning. Two neon signs, one pink and one white, are going up at the intersection of Atlantic and...

The Museum of Fine Arts in Houston – Current Exhibitions

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Spanish Colonial Paintings from the Thoma Collection August 25, 2021–August 13, 2023 The Museum presents a selection of Spanish colonial paintings from the celebrated collection of Carl and Marilynn Thoma. The Spanish colonization of Latin America began with the creation in...

Whitney Museum of American Art – The exhibition July – August 2021

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Dawoud Bey: An American Project Whitney Museum of American Art, New YorkUntil 3 October 2021 Dawoud Bey has spent more than four decades photographing African Americans in their local communities to create a body of work with a rich sense of history and identity. A favourite subject of his is teenagers. As...

FAMED STREET ARTIST, OKUDA SAN MIGUEL, ANNOUNCES CARBON-NEUTRAL NFT COLLECTION

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The multidisciplinary artist’s first foray into digital art, Okuda’s NFT drop includes five original pieces, is entirely carbon-neutral, and a portion of sales will be donated to the Coloring the World Foundation. MADRID, SPAIN, July 26, 2021 - Internationally renowned street artist, Okuda San Miguel, is dropping his first-ever NFT collection on Nifty Gateway...

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