Monday, October 23, 2017

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John Ahern and Rigoberto Torres “Will Capture” New York With Their Exhibition

The works of John Ahern and Rigoberto Torres are held in different places, beginning from the 42nd Street in Manhattan to the 100th Street in Harlem, Puerto Rico and the Bronx. New York, st. Walker, 47 to 21 October. Working both together and independently, Ahearn and Torres have made casts directly from life models since the early 1980s. Drawing inspiration from...

The Museum Of Fine Art In Boston Will Show The Masterpieces Of 17th Century

The Museum of Fine Arts (MFA) Boston announced an exhibition of Dutch and Flemish paintings from the 17th century from the local collectors Rose-Marie and Eyck van Otterloo, Susan and Matthew Shelby. Today, the Boston Museum of Fine Arts has more than 450,000 exhibits - painting, sculpture, furniture, jewelry, clothing, coins, ceramics, glass, metal, bronze, silver and porcelain, various funerary...

Exhibition of Incredible Grandma’s Moses Paintings

The Bennington Museum and the Shelburne Museum created a thematic "winter" collection of paintings by Grandmother Moses. Anna Maria Robertson was born on September 7, 1860, in Greenwich, New York. She was the third of ten children. When the girl was 12 years old, she was given to the neighbor's family of a well-to-do farmer. Cooking, sewing, and housework were...

What Does the Yayoi Kusama Museum Look Like Inside and Out?

October 1 in Tokyo, the opening of the first museum of Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama, in which from October 1 to February 25 the first exhibition is held. Creation is a solitary occupation, love - that's what brings you closer to art. The design of the five-story museum was designed by Kume Sekkei. On the ground floor there is a...

The Rijksmuseum presents a large exhibition of works by Matthijs Maris

Mystical/fairytale-like figures, imposing landscapes and mysterious scenes characterise the work of the 19th century painter Matthijs Maris (1839-1917). Matthijs, the middle brother of the artistic Maris brothers, worked mainly in Paris and London. His eccentric lifestyle and idiosyncratic paintings provided inspiration to young artists, including Vincent van Gogh. Although his work was internationally renowned and commanded record breaking prices,...

The Andy Warhol Museum Presets A Tactile Art Reproduction

The Andy Warhol Museum announces the launch of a fully redesigned website and the installation of tactile art reproductions in its galleries with a focus on accessibility. Through these projects as well as the Out Loud inclusive audio guide, the museum is leading the way in its field by combining technology and enhanced museum experiences to overcome barriers for people...

Exhibition at British Museum endeavours to show prints as an object of trade

The British Museum has one of the greatest collections of prints in the world, and holds the UK’s national collection. The majority of this collection, which totals more than two million prints, was made in the years before the invention of photography. Due to the sheer volume of the collection it can become difficult to grasp its contents, and many...

Exhibition Focuses on the Influence ‘The Arnolfini Portrait’ Had on the Pre-Raphaelites

This autumn, one of the most celebrated paintings in the National Gallery, Jan van Eyck’s The Arnolfini Portrait, is being exhibited for the first time alongside works by the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood and its successors. Focusing on the profound influence this 15th-century masterpiece had on the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood, Reflections sheds light on the different ways these young British artists of the...

Quirky work of New Yorker & New York Times illustrator Christoph Niemann to be exhibited

Regarded by many as one of the world's most creative talents, Christoph Niemann's upcoming retrospective will provide a peek into his whimsical and expansive world. Through never-before-seen watercolours and notebooks from his personal collection, new VR experiences, large murals and a special children's nook with his interactive apps, featured alongside the artist’s most celebrated works, visitors will be immersed in a...

Jack Whitten Reveals a Chuck Berry Painting is in the Works

Veteran US artist Jack Whitten—whose powerful, pyramid inspired homage to Malcolm X exerts a charismatic presence in Tate Modern’s Soul of the Nation—is in London for his first solo show in the capital. More Dimensions Than You Know, at Hauser & Wirth (27 September-18 November) includes another abstract work from his ongoing Black Monolith series, A Tribute to James...

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