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Masterpieces by Winslow Homer on view at the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute this summer
WILLIAMSTOWN, MASS.- The greatest collection of works by Winslow Homer (American, 1836–1910) assembled by one person since the artist’s death—and one of the leading collections of any art museum in the United States—is being featured this summer at the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute. Winslow Homer: Making Art, Making History explores... [Read full article]
First major exhibition of Marc Chagall’s work in the UK for over fifteen years opens at Tate Liverpool
LIVERPOOL.- Marc Chagall (1887–1985) is one of the best known and most loved artists of the last century. Chagall: Modern Master is the first major exhibition of the Russian painter’s work in the UK for over fifteen years and reveals a radically different artist to the one often presented in art history. The exhibition showcases Chagall as a passionate... [Read full article]
From Corot to Munnings: Summer exhibition at Trinity House Paintings, London opens
LONDON.- Trinity House Paintings will be presenting the works of internationally renowned 19th-and 20th-century artists in their summer exhibition ‘From Corot to Munnings’, which runs from the 10th June to 21st June at 50 Maddox Street, London. It will include works by Sir Alfred Munnings and Dame Laura Knight, two members of the famed Cornish... [Read full article]
World’s largest open submission contemporary art show opens at the Royal Academy of Arts
LONDON.- Now in its 245th year, the Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition 2013 will be coordinated by the Royal Academicians Norman Ackroyd RA and Eva Jiricna RA. The Summer Exhibition continues to be the world’s largest open submission contemporary art show, providing a platform for both emerging and established artists to showcase their work... [Read full article]
“George Inness: Gifts from Frank and Katherine Martucci” opens at the Clark Art Institute
WILLAIMSTOWN, MASS.- The most significant gift of American paintings since its founding will be celebrated by the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute in the exhibition George Inness: Gifts from Frank and Katherine Martucci, on view June 9–September 8, 2013. Eight landscapes by George Inness (American, 1825–1894) dating from 1880–1894,... [Read full article]
Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen celebrates 25 Years of the Rotterdam City Collection
ROTTERDAM.- To celebrate the twenty-fifth anniversary of the City Collection, this summer internationally renowned artists and designers from Rotterdam have pride of place at Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen. The exhibition features more than thirty artworks and dozens of design objects by Atelier Van Lieshout, Daan van Golden, Hella Jongerius, Bertjan... [Read full article]
Denmark’s Louisiana Museum of Modern Art opens major Yoko Ono retrospective
HUMLEBAEK.- Yoko Ono, born in 1933 in Tokyo, is a living legend and an influential artist of our time. To mark the artist’s 80th birthday earlier this year Louisiana Museum of Modern Art is showing a major retrospective exhibition of well over a hundred works, demonstrating the diversity of media and disciplines in Yoko Ono’s artistic production... [Read full article]
The first major exhibition of Tanzanian art in the U.S. on view this summer at the Portland Museum of Art
PORTLAND, ME.- This summer, the Portland Museum of Art hosts the first exhibition of Tanzanian art in the United States. Shangaa: Art of Tanzania, on view at the PMA from June 8 through August 25, 2013, features 166 awe-inspiring objects. Organized by the QCC Art Gallery of the City University of New York (CUNY) and curated by scholar of African... [Read full article]
Anthony Caro’s Park Avenue sculpture series on view at Gagosian Gallery in London
LONDON.- Gagosian Gallery presents Anthony Caro’s Park Avenue sculpture series. This is his first exhibition with the gallery.
Steel pipes, beams, disks, and agricultural tools make up Caro’s latest abstract sculptures, which reveal fresh aspects from every viewpoint. The works evolved out of the planning process for an enormous public sculpture... [Read full article]
Hyper-realistic wooden sculptures of plants and flowers by Yoshihiro Suda at Faggionato Gallery
LONDON.- The Faggionato Gallery announces their solo exhibition of the Japanese artist Yoshihiro Suda. The exhibition, Suda Yoshihiro, showcases his hyper-realistic wooden sculptures of plants and flowers.
The nature of the environment or gallery space is central to Suda’s creativity. For Suda, the sculptures are ‘interventions’; subtle additions... [Read full article]
East German leading figure of the Socialist Realist style artist Willi Sitte dies
BERLIN (AFP).- Willi Sitte, the former Communist East Germany’s top artist and a leading figure of the Socialist Realist style, died Saturday, his gallery said.
Sitte was also a long-serving, high-ranking official in the Communist regime of the state that was dissolved and reunited in 1990 with West Germany.
His closeness to the East German... [Read full article]
Exhibition presents a selection of portraits of the most influential musicians of the last decades
BERLIN.- Camera Work present the group exhibition »CAMERA WORK rocks« starting on June 8, 2013. The self-curated exhibition shows, with over 100 photographs, a selection of outstanding portraits of the most influential musicians of the last decades photographed by the most famous artists worldwide.
Between self realization and self dramatization
Meaningful... [Read full article]
A particularly strong section of leading Contemporary painters at Christie’s London sale
LONDON.- On 25 and 26 June, Christie’s summer auctions of Post-War & Contemporary Art will present a particularly strong section dedicated to some of the most interesting international painters working today, including exceptional works by Adriana Varejão, Ali Banisadr, John Currin and Tauba Auerbach among others.
Executed in 1991, O Milagre... [Read full article]
Large format paintings by Arnulf Rainer meet Mario Merz’s installations at Arnulf Rainer Museum
BADEN.- For the first time since documenta 7 (1982) Rudi Fuchs, the internationally renowned exhibition maker, is presenting a joint show of works by Mario Merz and Arnulf Rainer. In Mario Merz | Arnulf Rainer” Deep Wide (Fragments) large format paintings by Arnulf Rainer encounter the room-filling installations and pictorial objects by Italian... [Read full article]
Raúl Colón’s “Tall Tales & Huge Hearts” on view at the Joslyn Art Museum
OMAHA, NE.- New York City has been Raúl Colón’s loyal patron, from cover illustrations for The New Yorker to an MTA mural at the 191st St. subway station to artwork in The New York Times. But in addition to this “grown up” work, Colón is also a prolific and award-winning illustrator of children’s literature, with more than 30 books to his... [Read full article]