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Death Becomes Her: British royalty headlines Metropolitan's Costume Center exhibition

Mourning garments are displayed during a press preview October 20, 2014 as the Metropolitan Museum’s Costume Institute opens “Death Becomes Her: A Century of Mourning Attire.” The Costume Institute’s first fall exhibition in seven years, explores the aesthetic development and cultural implications of mourning fashions of the 19th and early 20th centuries. The exhibition is organized chronologically and features mourning dress from 1815 to 1915, including mourning gowns worn by Queen Victoria and Queen Alexandra. AFP PHOTO / Timothy A. Clary.

By: Jennie Matthew

NEW YORK (AFP).- The Oscar-winning Hollywood comedy "Death Becomes Her" has lent its name to a New York exhibition that reveals nothing was more becoming to a 19th century widow than black crepe. With dozens of dresses, jewelry, hats, accessories and magazine prints, the exhibition, which opened Tuesday, looks back on a time when European and American women had to conform to rigid norms of outward grief. But not all mourning garb was created equal: from matronly black silk taffeta worn by Queen Victoria to the French sequined gowns of her daughter-in-law Queen Alexandra, the collection explores the crossover between grief and fashion. The exhibition at the newly renovated Costume Institute at the Metropolitan Museum of Art -- the institution's first for fall in seven years -- also makes play of the sexual allure of an attractive young widow, unburdened by marital obligations but at risk of predatory male advances. "Black is becoming and young widows, fair, plump, and smiling, with their roguish eyes sp ... More

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Léger National Museum in Biot presents an exhibition on Fernand Léger and the Great War   Gagosian Paris presents exhibition including more than twenty monumental sculptures and paintings   Masterworks from the Collection of Lorenzo H. Zambrano at Sotheby's New York

Fernand Léger, Le Pot à tisane © ADAGP- Paris, musée national d'Art moderne - Centre Georges Pompidou - Photo© Centre Pompidou, MNAM-CCI, Dist. RMN-Grand Palais / Philippe Migeat.

BIOT.- Called up to the Engineering corps in 1914, Fernand Léger remained a simple soldier until 1917, when he was hospitalised and discharged. Initially a sapper and then a porter, he was posted to Argonne and Verdun. The exhibition shows the war through the eyes Fernand Léger but also the impact it has had on his work in the early twenties. The exhibition opens with the vibrant colour painting entitled Le 14 juillet (July 14) painted before he was called up. Then the artist spentfour years producing colourless sketches in his notebooks. Given that it was impossible to paint, the artist produced numerous drawings, including a recent acquisition Paysage en Argonne(Argonne Landscape), which is given pride of place in this exhibition. These drawings in a geometric style, embody the Cubist world view which emerged in 1910 and is adapted here to a unique iconography: the ravaged landscapes ... More

Carsten Höller, column one , 2014. Cast bronze, 89 x 28 x 31 1/2 inches. © Urs Fischer. Photo by Melissa Christy. Courtesy Gagosian Gallery.

PARIS.- Gagosian Paris presents "Le Jardin Décomposé / Decomposed Garden." Comprising more than twenty monumental sculptures and paintings, "Le Jardin Décomposé" evokes an overlapping of city and nature, a place akin to botanist and writer Gilles Clément's characterization of the Third Landscape as "the space left over by man to landscape evolution--to nature alone." Clément places swamps, roadsides, railroad embankments and other peripheral spaces within a category of "genetic reservoirs" where unattended plant life mixes with the urban environment and its detritus, sometimes to extraordinary effect. Works such as Richard Prince's Untitled (tire planter) (2007), a bright orange, tire-shaped vessel containing a tuft of weeds, and Carsten Höller's Giant Triple Mushroom (2014), a mixed-media fungal hybrid created for this exhibition, allude to the gradual commingling that might take place in ... More

José Clemente Orozco, Autorretrato, 1938. Photo: Sotheby's.

NEW YORK, NY.- On 24 November 2014 Sotheby’s New York will present the most important collection of Latin American Art ever to appear at auction with A Vision Of Grandeur: Masterworks From The Collection Of Lorenzo H. Zambrano. The prestigious single-owner evening sale will offer outstanding works by many of the most famous names in 20th Century Mexican art, including Diego Rivera, Rufino Tamayo, Francisco Toledo, and Leonora Carrington. The collection was assembled by Lorenzo H. Zambrano, a leading businessman, visionary collector, and generous patron of the arts who meticulously put the group together over several decades. Reflecting the significance of the works being offered, the sale is expected to fetch $30/40 million, by far the highest estimate ever placed on a Latin American Art auction. Highlights will be exhibited in Mexico City, Los Angeles, Miami and New York in the lead up to the sale. Axel Stein, Head of Latin American Art a ... More

High Museum of Art presents rarely exhibited masterpieces by Cézanne, van Gogh, Degas and Modigliani   Twenty-eight new Routemaster bus sculptures designed by artists presented in London   Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum presents sculptor's drawings from Renaissance Italy

Amedeo Modigliani, Léon Indenbaum, 1916. Oil on canvas, 21 1/2 x 18 in. The Henry and Rose Pearlman Foundation, on long-term loan to the Princeton University Art Museum.

ATLANTA, GA.- The High Museum of Art presents “Cézanne and the Modern: Masterpieces of European Art from the Pearlman Collection,” a major traveling exhibition organized by the Princeton University Art Museum featuring 50 modern masterworks, many of which are rarely exhibited. On view Oct. 25, 2014, through Jan. 11, 2015, the exhibition will offer visitors the chance to view exceptional masterpieces by Cézanne, van Gogh, Manet, Modigliani, Degas, Gauguin, Toulouse-Lautrec and others. Featured works showcase the extraordinary vision of Henry Pearlman (1895-1974), a modest American entrepreneur who amassed an astonishing collection of modern art from the late 19th and early 20th centuries, including perhaps the greatest collection of watercolors by ... More

Year of the Bus Sculpture Trail.

LONDON.- Twenty-eight New Routemaster bus sculptures, painted and adorned by well-known and aspiring artists were this unveiled against the iconic backdrop of Trafalgar Square. The sculptures form a collection of up to 60 bus sculptures, commissioned by Transport for London, which have been placed across London on four walking trails as part of the Year of the Bus. The first three trails have been installed for the public to enjoy from Monday 20 October with a fourth following before Christmas. The walking trails - the first three of which are "Around Westminster", "Around the River" and "Around Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park" - are being delivered with creative events company Wild in Art. The fourth sculpture trail will be in Croydon. The Bus Sculpture Trail project is part of TfL's celebrations to mark the Year of the Bus and aims to promote walking, to highlight the vital role the bus plays in the capital and to raise money for charity. ... More

Baccio Bandinelli, Self-Portrait, about 1545, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston.

BOSTON, MASS.- The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum opened a new exhibition titled Donatello, Michelangelo, Cellini: Sculptors’ Drawings from Renaissance Italy, on view from October 23, 2014, through January 19, 2015, in the Museum’s Hostetter Gallery. This international loan exhibition brings together 39 drawings and a number of related sculptures by renowned Renaissance masters, including Michelangelo, Donatello, Cellini, Bandinelli, Giambologna, and Della Robbia, many exhibited for the first time in the United States. This exhibition—inspired by the self-portrait of Florentine artist Baccio Bandinelli and in the Gardner Museum’s collection—is the first one to do an in-depth study of the multi-faceted relationship between drawing and sculpture in Renaissance Italy. Collected throughout the centuries, drawings by Renaissance masters have been widely praised and admired. ... More

Paris Tableau announces loan exhibition of masterpieces from the Centraal Museum in Utrecht   Exhibition of new prints, works on paper, and sculpture by the artist Zarina opens at Luhring Augustine   'Eyes Wide Open: 100 Years of Leica Photography' opens at Hamburg's Deichtorhallen

Dirck Van Baburen (Wijk circa 1595 – Utrecht, 1624), Shepherdess with Turtle Doves, circa 1625.

PARIS.- The 4th edition of Paris Tableau will take place in the elegant setting of the Palais Brongniart on 13-16 November, and will bring together 26 international Old Master dealers. Each year, Paris Tableau Fair holds a symposium and loan exhibition to showcase the role the trade plays in the conservation and attribution processes, and the strong relationships the participating dealers have forged with the world’s key art institutions. This year, the subject for the exhibition will be Three Collections, a Single Passion; Masterpieces from the Centraal Museum in Utrecht, the P. & N. de Boer Foundation and AXA ART, which will examine the art of collection, whether for a private foundation, a public institution or a corporate collection. The Centraal Museum, Utrecht has loaned The Young Man Playing a Jew’s Harp, 1621, by Dirck Van Baburen (Wijk circa 1595 – Utrecht, 1624), Shepherdess with Turtle Doves, circa 1625 by G ... More

Zarina, Aleppo, 2013. Collage of Indian handmade paper dyed with Sumi ink and punched gold leaf paper on Arches Cover buff paper, 15 x 12 1/2 inches. © Zarina; Courtesy of the artist and Luhring Augustine, New York.

NEW YORK, NY.- Luhring Augustine presents Descending Darkness, an exhibition of new prints, works on paper, and sculpture by the artist Zarina. For nearly half a century, Zarina has explored the notion of home, be it the space between four walls, the familiar script of a mother tongue, or the constancy of the horizon line. Her life and the places that define it are the subject of her art, and her particular story – that of an immigrant, a traveler, and a citizen of the world – is one that resonates widely. Best known as a printmaker, Zarina also creates sculptural installations, collages, and other unique works on paper. Her compositions are precise and refined, yet never austere by virtue of carefully chosen materials such as handmade paper, gold leaf, and sumi ink. Paper is fundamental to her practice and, as ... More

Alfred Eisenstaedt, VJ Day, Times Square, NY, 14. August 1945 © Alfred Eisenstaedt, 2014.

HAMBURG.- The exhibition Eyes Wide Open: 100 Years of Leica Photography illuminates across fourteen chapters various aspects of recent small-format photography, from journalistic strategies to documentary approaches and free artistic positions, spanning fourteen chapters. Among the artists whose work is being shown are Alexander Rodchenko, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Robert Capa, Christer Strömholm, Robert Frank, Bruce Davidson, William Klein, William Eggleston, René Burri, Thomas Hoepker and Bruce Gilden. Following its premiere in the House of Photography at the Deichtorhallen Hamburg, the exhibition will travel to Frankfurt, Berlin, Vienna and Munich. Some 500 photographs, supplemented by documentary material, including journals, magazines, books, advertisements, brochures, camera prototypes and films, recount the history of small-format photography from its beginnings to the present day. The exhibition, ... More

First survey of Giovanni Battista Moroni's work to be held in the UK opens at the Royal Academy of Arts   Bullock Museum exhibit of ship that sank more than 300 years ago reveals early Texas history   'Haunted Screens: German Cinema in the 1920s' on view at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Giovanni Battista Moroni, Young Lady, c.1560-65. Oil on canvas, 51 x 42 cm. Private collection. Photo: Private collection.

LONDON.- This exhibition of outstanding works by Giovanni Battista Moroni (c .1520-1579), widely regarded as one of the greatest painters of the sixteenth century, will be the first comprehensive survey of his oeuvre to be held in the UK. In the autumn of 2014, the Royal Academy of Arts will gather a selection of over 40 works to present Moroni not only as a distinctive portraitist but also as a fine religious painter, a role for which he is lesser known. For the first time, a number of altarpieces from the churches of the Diocese of Bergamo, northern Italy, will be displayed alongside examples of Moroni’s portraiture, chronologically charting his rise to the summit of Italian sixteenth-century painting. From works influenced by Lotto and Moroni’s master Moretto, to later commissions earned as the leading painter of Bergamo, Giovanni Battista Moroni will offer viewers the chance to discover Moroni as an ... More

La Belle one-twelfth scale model. Ship model by Glenn Greico, Texas A&M University.

AUSTIN, TX.- One of the most significant exhibitions on European colonization in the United States will open today at the Bullock Texas State History Museum. Beginning Oct. 25, 2014, one of French explorer Robert Cavelier, Sieur de La Salle's ships that sank along the Texas coast more than 300 years ago, is set to be reassembled in the museum's gallery and visitors will see a centuries-old international story of cultural conflict unfold. "La Belle: The Ship That Changed History," brings together for the first time the 17th-century ship timbers, more than 120 of the 1.6 million artifacts excavated with La Salle's ship, newly edited video footage, and a 4D film that tells this important Texas narrative. "The exhibition of the shipwreck 'La Belle' is the culmination of nearly 20 years of work by dozens of experts in the fields of archaeology, marine conservation, history, and exhibition design," Bullock Museum Director Dr. Victoria Ramire ... More

Unknown artist, poster design from Paramount Studios press book for Metropolis, c. 1927. Offset lithograph. Directed by Fritz Lang. Photo: Cinémathèque française.

LOS ANGELES, CA.- The Los Angeles County Museum of Art, in collaboration with La Cinémathèque française, presents Haunted Screens: German Cinema in the 1920s (September 21, 2014–April 26, 2015), an exhibition that explores the height of German Expressionist film history through nearly 250 objects. Augmenting a vast collection of set design drawings—on loan from the Cinémathèque— an array of film clips, photographs, posters, documents, and cameras represent 25 films, 20 artists, and 14 directors. In addition to significant loans from the Cinémathèque, objects featured in Haunted Screens draw from the rich collections of LACMA’s Robert Gore Rifkind Center for German Expressionist Studies, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ Margaret Herrick Library, and Los Angeles-based private collectors. Britt Salvesen, Department ... More

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Exhibition of paintings and drawings by Gary Simmons opens at Metro Pictures
NEW YORK, NY.- Gary Simmons presents paintings and drawings along with a 40-foot wall-installation. The immense installation on the gallery’s back wall comprises 160 posters for historic boxing matches that Simmons manipulates with saturated colors and his signature “erasure” technique, a process in which Simmons partially obscures elements of his drawings and paintings, leaving behind disintegrated traces of his subject. Mounted on plywood, the installation references ephemeral promotional posters pasted on the sides of buildings, a kind of pre-graffiti defacement. Also exhibited is a series of paintings with boxers’ nicknames. Invented by promoters and journalists, many of these names, such as “Boston Tar Baby,” were often overtly racist. Simmons is fascinated by these and less egregious names like Rubin “Hurricane” Carter for their ability to transform, if not dehumanize, boxers ... More

Hosfelt Gallery presents works by composer and new media and performance artist Surabhi Saraf
SAN FRANCISCO, CA.- Composer and new media and performance artist Surabhi Saraf draws on her background in Indian classical music and experimental sound to create a series of multi-channel video installations, the first two of which will have their world premiere at Hosfelt Gallery. Remedies is inspired by the artist's family's pharmaceutical factory in Indore, India, where seventy people, using quasi-archaic machinery, produce tablets, capsules and syrups. The first two works in Saraf's series reflect on the production of the tablets and the capsules in separate installations, each involving a central video projection and video box sculptures. The video projection features performers enacting a choreographed sequence that echoes the repetitive motions of the equipment and the factory workers. The video boxes present close-up, abstracted footage of the manufacturing process. ... More

Major Queensland watercolour exhibition tours the state
BRISBANE.- Following a successful showing at the Queensland Art Gallery earlier this year, the Gallery recently announced ‘Transparent: Watercolour in Queensland 1850s-1980s’ will tour regionally. QAGOMA Director, Chris Saines said ‘Transparent’, was the Gallery’s most-comprehensive survey of watercolours to date, and would travel to twelve venues from 25 October 2014 through to late 2016. ‘With the regional tour of ‘Transparent’ we continue the Gallery’s long-standing commitment to making art from the Collection accessible to all Queenslanders. For more than a century and a half watercolour painting has been an energetic aspect of artistic life in Queensland. ‘Transparent’ reveals the considerable talent and achievements of Queensland’s great watercolour artists including Conrad Martens, Harriet Jane Neville-Rolfe, J.J. Hilder, Kenneth Macqueen, Isaac Walter Jenner and many o ... More

Chinese export paintings depict 19th century China at Art Gallery of Greater Victoria
VICTORIA, BC.- Beginning this month, you can see China through the eyes of a 19th century Westerner at an exhibition of nearly 100 Chinese export paintings. The Art Gallery of Greater Victoria is showcasing the paintings, the majority of which were from the collection of Sir James Brabazon Urmston, who worked in China for the British East India Company in the 1800s. Visualizing a Culture for Strangers: Chinese Export Paintings of the 19th Century, opened October 24, 2014, and runs until January 4, 2015 in the AGGV’s Founders Gallery. “One of the paintings is among the Gallery’s most important donations of 2013 because of its extreme rarity and its wonderful provenance,” says Barry Till, the AGGV’s Curator of Asian Art. The painting is of a Chinese Jewish trader or merchant, and dates to around 1820. “To the best of my knowledge, it is the earliest known painting of a Chinese ... More

The David Winton Bell Gallery presents 'SHE: Picturing women at the turn of the 21st century'
PROVIDENCE, RI.- The David Winton Bell Gallery presents SHE: Picturing women at the turn of the 21st century, on display in the Bell Gallery Saturday, Oct. 25, to Sunday, Dec. 21, 2014, and at the Cohen Gallery in the Perry and Marty Granoff Center for Creative Arts Saturday, Oct. 25, to Tuesday, Dec. 2, 2014. Spanning a period of 24 years — from 1989 to 2013 — SHE presents a broad-ranging selection of contemporary representations of women. The exhibition, which is drawn from a private collection, includes works by 11 highly acclaimed artists working today, including Candice Breitz, Glenn Brown, George Condo, John Currin, Jeff Koons, Yayoi Kusama, Chris Ofili, Jenny Saville, Cindy Sherman, Rebecca Warren, and Lisa Yuskavage. Jenny Saville’s massive and masterful paintings of corpulent women challenge conventional ideals of female beauty, while Cindy Sherman’s History Paintings ... More

MFA Boston strikes up dialogue with 'Conversation Piece' exhibition
BOSTON, MASS.- In 18th-century British portraiture, the term “conversation piece” referred to an informal group portrait staged in an everyday setting. Today, the phrase commonly refers to an uncanny object that serves as a launching point for dialogue. Contemporary works on view in Conversation Piece (October 10, 2014–March 15, 2015) at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, invite interaction by serving as platforms for conversation. Loans and works from the MFA’s collection that reference everyday objects—such as a curtain, television, smartphone, table or chair—are designed to disrupt viewers’ expectations of what they would find in a museum. Two works of performance art, presented in collaboration with Boston Ballet and Harvard University’s Cultural Agents Initiative, are scheduled throughout the run of the exhibition. Also included is Somebody (2014), an ... More

The Middelheim Museum presents Kader Attia's first solo museum show in Belgium
ANTWERP.- This fall, French-Algerian artist Kader Attia will exhibit thirteen new wood sculptures in the Het Huis pavilion at the Middelheim Museum. The sculpture group will be confronted with reinterpreting the monumental open-air work Al Aqsa, containing more than 350 cymbals modelled on the octagonal floor plan of the eponymous mosque in Jerusalem. This is the artist’s first solo museum project in Belgium. Attia’s 2012 installation The Repair from Occident to Extra-Occidental Cultures was one of the absolute high points of the dOCUMENTA (13) show and marked the genesis of a continually expanding series of works on the arresting theme of ‘Repair’, which the artist explores in his signature style. Based in Berlin, Kader Attia travels around the world for exhibitions and especially research projects that he explores in lectures and through his work. ... More

First major exhibition on fiber art in 40 years opens at the Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston
BOSTON, MASS.- Fiber: Sculpture 1960–present is the first exhibition in 40 years to examine the development of abstraction and dimensionality in fiber art from the mid-twentieth century through to the present. Adapting age-old techniques and traditional materials, artists working in fiber manipulate gravity, light, color, mass, and transparency to demonstrate the infinite transformations and iterations of their material. Early pioneers such as Magdalena Abakanowicz, Sheila Hicks, Lenore Tawney, and Claire Zeisler demonstrated a revolutionary redefinition of fiber art in the 1960s and ‘70s, showcasing radical, non-representational forms. Fiber: Sculpture 1960–present addresses the cultural and critical forces that contributed to the initial efflorescence of the fiber revolution at mid-century, its contraction in the 1980s, and its recent reclamation by contemporary artists. Crisscrossing generations, ... More

Zhulong Gallery presents Systema, an international group exhibition
DALLAS, TX.- Zhulong Gallery announces the opening of the group exhibition, Systema, on Saturday, October 25, 2014. A systema is a complex of anatomical structures functionally related; a system. The international group show will feature video, new media, sculpture and two-dimensional work by Hiba Ali (Chicago), Tega Brain (Sydney and New York), Erika Blumenfeld (US), Varvara Guljajeva & Mar Canet (Estonia and Spain), Vesna Pavlovic’, (b. Yugoslavia, r. Memphis, TN) and Patricia Reed (Berlin). These artists elucidate and play with socio-political, economic, information, environmental, communications and coding systems and explore how this mesh of layered structures informs our contemporary experience. Taking on a dark quality formally, the works in the exhibition call attention to the omnipresence of data, the need for systematic organization, and their creative potential. ... More

La Ferme du Buisson Centre d'Art Contemporain opens 'The Yvonne Rainer Project: Lives of Performers'
PARIS.- The exhibition « Lives of Permorferms » is a tribute to the legendary American dancer, choreographer and filmmaker Yvonne Rainer. Born in 1934 and one of the founders of the Judson Dance Theatre, Rainer has been a major influence on subsequent generations of artists. After applying to choreography the results of her research into everyday interplay between the private and the political, she then transposed them into her film work. The exhibition title « Lives of Performers » was originally that of Rainer’s first full-length film, made in 1972 at the time of her transition to the cinema. Between 1966 and 1969 she had already made five short films : Hand Movie, Volleyball, Rhode Island Red, Trio Film and Line. Structured around continuous screening of these six films, the exhibition also includes contributions from artists invited to create or present works marked by their affinities ... More

Amsterdam Art Weekend 2014: An international podium for contemporary visual art
AMSTERDAM.- Amsterdam Art Weekend's third edition is being held during the last weekend in November, from Thursday the 27th through Sunday the 30th. For one long weekend the city will turn into an internationally oriented meeting place for promising and renowned artists, for art enthusiasts and professionals. Once again, the emphasis lies with the discovery of young talent. Amsterdam Art Weekend 2014 is an art event with a varied program, tailored to specific interests. The selection on view has been carefully geared to an audience ranging from enthusiasts and professionals to experienced collectors. Participants include galleries, museums, art institutes, theaters and artists' workplaces. Programming for the Amsterdam Art Weekend 2014 is based on a number of fundamental aspects. These roughly involve Gallery Exhibitions, Performances, Screenings, Conversations, ... More

The adventures of master of disguise, Sherlock Holmes, inspires new photography series
LONDON.- The adventures of the world’s most famous fictional detective and master of disguise, Sherlock Holmes, inspire a new fashion photography series commissioned by the Museum of London. Opened on Wednesday 15 October, He wasn’t an easy gentleman to describe, features images by photographer, Kasia Wozniak. Kasia’s photographs were captured on a large format camera dating from the early 1900s using the wet plate collodion process, where a glass or aluminium plate is coated using various chemicals, sensitized, exposed and developed in a darkroom within the span of around ten minutes. This early photographic process was first published by Frederick Scott Archer in 1851, gradually replacing the daguerreotype.
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On a day like today, Russian oil magnate and art collector Roman Abramovich was born
October 24, 1966. Roman Arkadyevich Abramovich (born 24 October 1966) is a Russian business tycoon and the main owner of the private investment company Millhouse LLC. In this image: Roman Abramovich, second from left, the owner of England's Chelsea soccer club sits, next to an unidentified woman during the Euro 2008 group E qualifying soccer match Israel vs Russia at the Ramat Gan stadium outside Tel Aviv, Israel, Saturday, Nov. 17, 2007.

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