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Kati Heck’s first solo show opens at Tim Van Laere Gallery in Antwerp

January 4, 2012 by  
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ANTWERP.- Tim Van Laere Gallery presents ‘Multikulti Sause’, an exhibition of new works by Kati Heck. The exhibition, the artist’s first solo show at the gallery, consists of 7 monumental sized paintings, 2 photographic works and a series of drawings. The title of the exhibition alludes to Angela Merkel’s statement ‘Multikulti ist tot’. Kati Heck stages people from her immediate environment in her canvases with a heightened sense of drama and irony. Her paintings often display happenings she held during her journeys [...]

Auction house MacDougall’s announces Russian paintings, icons and works of art sale

November 19, 2011 by  
Filed under Art Market

LONDON.- On 1 December 2011, MacDougall’s will present Russian paintings, icons and works of art with a total pre‐sale estimate of over £16m. The sale is led by Boris Kustodiev’s Merchant’s Wife dating from 1923. Kupchikhas, as merchants’ wives are known in Russian, are among the artist’s most recognisable images. The present example, which is estimated at £1,200,000–1,800,000, was shown at the historic Russian Art Exhibition in New York’s Grand Central Palace in 1924. Another highlight of the sale is Listening to the [...]

Artist’s Jewels From Modernisme to the Avant-Garde at the Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya

November 8, 2010 by  
Filed under Artifacts & Decorative Arts

BARCELONA.- Artist’s jewels. From Modernisme to the avant-garde explores the approach to the world of jewellery by leading artists of the main art movements in the first decades of the fertile 20th century. The exhibition gathers almost 350 works, chiefly jewels, that strike a dialogue with paintings, sculptures, photographs, fabrics and objets d’art, showing how jewellery made up the little universe of great artists.  Artist’s jewels. From Modernisme to the avant-garde reveals the relations between jewellery and the work of [...]