22 mai 2020

Art to wear: Christie's to offer jewellery by artists selected by Didier Ltd

Harry Bertoia (1915-1978), A unique and substantial gong pendant, 1960s. Estimate on request. © Christie's Images Ltd 2020. LONDON.- Christie’s presents an online selling exhibition of jewellery, miniature artistic expressions by leading 20th century artists. Art to Wear is a partnership with Didier Ltd, a London-based gallery that specialises in twentieth-century artist-designed jewellery. Producing pieces to adorn the body of the wearer, artists including Salvador Dalí, Claude Lalanne, Georges... [Lire la suite]

19 janvier 2018

North Carolina Museum of Art launches Matrons of the Arts initiative to highlight female artists

Harriet Hosmer, Daphne, 1853, marble, Purchased with funds provided by the Calvin and Marisa Allen Foundation, Anne Allen Cheatham, and Lizzie Cheatham McNairy and Charlie McNairy on behalf of the Matrons of the Arts Initiative, and by the bequest of Carlisle Adams. © 1999–2018 North Carolina Museum of Art Foundation, Inc. RALEIGH, NC.- The North Carolina Museum of Art announced a new initiative, Matrons of the Arts, which highlights female-identified artists in both the Museum’s permanent collection and around the... [Lire la suite]
12 juillet 2009

'Adventures in Modern Art: The Charles K. Williams II Collection' @ The Philadelphia Museum of Art

Oscar Bluemner, (American, born Germany, 1867 – 1938), Composition for Color Themes, 1932. Watercolor on paper, Sheet: 7 3/4 x 10 1/2 inches. Collection of C.K. Williams, II. Image courtesy of Will Brown. PHILADELPHIA, PA.- The Philadelphia Museum of Art this summer will present Adventures in Modern Art: The Charles K. Williams II Collection, an exhibition of approximately 100 paintings, sculptures, watercolors, and drawings from the early decades of the 20th century. It is drawn from the collection of Charles K. Williams II,... [Lire la suite]
03 avril 2009

Louise Nevelson

Art is everywhere, except it has to pass through a creative mind. Louise Nevelson Louise Nevelson (née Leah Berliawsky, le 23 septembre 1899, à Kiev - 17 avril 1988, New York) est une sculptrice américaine d'origine ukrainienne. Nevelson est connue pour ses "boîtes" d'expressionnisme abstrait assemblées pour former une nouvelle création. Elle utilisait des objets trouvés ou des objets du quotidien mis au rebut dans ses assemblages ou "assemblies". Louise Nevelson était mariée à Charles Nevelson, et avait... [Lire la suite]
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