27 décembre 2020

Exhibition sets out to provide a first-ever survey of the creative work of Styrian women artists

Mara Schrötter-Malliczky, poster "Mirus Antinikotin", 1919, flat printing on paper, MAK – Museum für angewandte Kunst, Vienna, Photo: © MAK GRAZ.- The exhibition Ladies First! is the first time that the Neue Galerie Graz has taken a closer look exclusively at the art production of women in Styria. At the heart of the show lie the works and life-stories of some 60 well-known – and a few lesser-known – women artists from the period 1850 to 1950. It was the generation of those born around 1850 for whom it was even... [Lire la suite]

25 décembre 2020

“A New Look at Old Masters,” at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

NEW YORK (NYT NEWS SERVICE).- “In a dark time, the eye begins to see,” the poet wrote. And after the dark, dark time we’ve been through, this year’s winter solstice, marking the start of slow climb back into light, may carry more metaphorical weight than usual.Coincidentally, the Metropolitan Museum of Art has some restorative illumination of its own underway. In recent decades, the skylights that brought natural light into the European paintings galleries had grown timeworn and semifunctional, leaving some spaces... [Lire la suite]
14 décembre 2020

Rare Works of Persian Blue and White Ceramics from the Hossein Afshar Collection on View Together for the First Time

Dish, Persian, Timurid or early Safavid, second half of 15th century, stonepaste; painted in blue on white slip under transparent glaze, the Hossein Afshar Collection at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. HOUSTON—The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, tells the story of the enduring, worldwide appeal of blue and white ceramics through the exhibition Between Sea and Sky: Blue and White Ceramics from Persia and Beyond. This exhibition brings together 74 works, including selections from the exceptional Hossein Afshar Collection of... [Lire la suite]
11 décembre 2020

Paul Manship Exhibition at the Wadsworth Atheneum Examines the Artist's Conversation with Antiquity

Paul Manship, Fire (from The Four Elements), commissioned in 1914, installed 1921 in the American Telephone and Telegraph Building, 195 Broadway, New York (designed by Wm Welles Bosworth). Parcel-gilt bronze relief. Courtesy of Gerald Peters Gallery. Private collection. © Estate of Paul Manship. One of the most celebrated American sculptors of the early-twentieth century, Paul Manship (1885-1966) blended ancient motifs to fit modern sensibilities. After studying at the American Academy in Rome (1909-12), Manship returned to New... [Lire la suite]
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04 décembre 2020

Old Master paintings brought together for the first time in landmark gallery exhibition

LONDON.- Spectacular paintings widely recognised as among the highlights of the Royal Collection – including works by Titian, Rembrandt, Rubens, Vermeer, Van Dyck and Canaletto – have gone on display together in a gallery exhibition for the first time. Masterpieces from Buckingham Palace, opening at The Queen’s Gallery in London tomorrow (Friday, 4 December), brings together 65 of the most treasured paintings that usually hang in the Picture Gallery, one of the State Rooms at Buckingham Palace. The exhibition gives... [Lire la suite]
27 octobre 2020

'Love, Life, Death, and Desire' Exhibition at Yale Center for British Art until February 28, 2021

Damien Hirst, In and Out of Love (Butterfly Paintings and Ashtrays) (detail), 1991, © Damien Hirst and Science Ltd. All rights reserved / DACS, London / ARS, NY 2020.  NEW HAVEN, CT — The Yale Center for British Art presents its first new special exhibition since reopening to the public. Thirty years ago, Damien Hirst’s seminal installation In and Out of Love was shown for the first time. It subsequently launched his career as one of the most prominent artists his generation and was coexistent with London’s rise as a... [Lire la suite]

08 octobre 2020

Exposition Luxes au Musée des Arts Décoratifs

Marc Newson, The Hourglass, 2015, Suisse, Verre borosilicate, nanobilles en acier inoxydable plaquées or © Philippe Joner À la suite de « Dix mille ans de luxe », conçue en partenariat avec le Louvre Abu Dhabi en 2019, le Musée des Arts Décoratifs présente « Luxes ». L’exposition propose un voyage à travers le temps et la géographie, alliant des moments de contemplation et des scansions plus monumentales, offrant à chacune des 100 œuvres présentées l’espace le plus pertinent pour la délectation et la... [Lire la suite]
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22 juillet 2020

"Cézanne et les maîtres. Rêve d'Italie" au Musée Marmottan-Monet

Jusqu'au 3 janvier 2021, Le musée Marmottan Monet propose une exposition intitulée « Cezanne et les maîtres. Rêve d’Italie ». Pour la première fois, le travail de l’Aixois sera mis en regard de chefs-d’œuvre des grands maîtres italiens, du XVIIe au XIXe siècle. Ainsi une remarquable sélection de toiles de Cezanne, parmi lesquelles l’iconique Montagne Sainte-Victoire, les incontournables Pastorale et natures-mortes, fera face à un rare ensemble de peintures anciennes signées Tintoret, Bassano, le Greco,... [Lire la suite]
03 juillet 2020

The best art in town - and open to all: Top ten works at London Art Week Digital, 3-10 July

LONDON.- From Rembrandt and Van Dyck to Gainsborough, Constable and Turner; Degas and Bonnard to Picasso and Freud; Edward Lear to LS Lowry; Rodin to Henry Moore; the roll-call of famous names for sale at London Art Week opening this Friday spans the arc of art history. Usually London Art Week takes place in galleries around St. James's and Mayfair, and although many exhibitions are now able to open by appointment, the event is available for all to enjoy online in a new digital format, involving art galleries from the USA, UK... [Lire la suite]
08 juin 2020

"Soleils noirs" au Louvre Lens

    LENS - Poétique et sensorielle, l’exposition offre une rencontre inédite avec des chefs-d’oeuvre de l’Histoire de l’art. Près de 75 ans après l’exposition mythique Le Noir est une couleur, le visiteur du Louvre-Lens est plongé dans l’observation fascinante de cette tonalité au symbolisme pluriel dans les arts occidentaux, de l’antiquité à nos jours. Inspirée du terril plat sur lequel repose le Louvre-Lens, l’exposition rend aussi hommage au passé minier dont les images sont dominées par le charbon et ses... [Lire la suite]