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19th-Century American Art at National Gallery

WASHINGTON, D.C.- American Masters from Bingham to Eakins: The John Wilmerding Collection will showcase one of the most important private collections of 19th-centur

 
First Survey of Jim Dine at National Gallery of Art

WASHINGTON, DC.- Leading American artist Jim Dine’s groundbreaking achievements as a draftsman beginning around 1970 are featured in Drawings of Jim Dine at the National

 
Blauer Reiter in Cologne – Picasso in Munich

COLOGNE AND MUNICH, GERMANY.- In 2004, the Museum Ludwig (Cologne) and the Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus (Munich) will be going on the road with some heavy-duty lugg


Francesco Clemente at IMMA

DUBLIN, IRELAND.- The first major exhibition in Ireland by the internationally-acclaimed Italian artist Francesco Clemente opens to the public at the Irish Museum of Mode

 
Turner Prize 2003 shortlist announced

LONDON, England.- Tate announced the four artists who have been shortlisted for the Turner Prize 2003, sponsored by Channel 4. The artists are: 


 
Rembrandt :
Painter • Draftsman • Etcher

BOSTON, MASS.- Rembrandt’s Journey: Painter • Draftsman • Etcher is a major exhibition exploring the dynamic artistic career of Rembrandt van Rijn (1606-1669), from his e


Liam Gillick Creates Sculpture Mural at MoMA

NEW YORK.- For Projects 79: Liam Gillick, Literally, the artist has created a site-specific installation composed of a 127-foot-long mural near the museum entrance and a

 
Transforming Tradition: Medieval Manuscripts

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA.- The brilliant, complex, and colorful decorations of medieval illuminated manuscripts were rarely the result of pure artistic inspiration. Med

 
The Jewish Journey: Frédéric Brenner’s Odyssey

BROOKLYN, NEW YORK.- Contemporary French photographer Frédéric Brenner has spent the last twenty-five years traveling the world documenting the lives of Jews in over for


First Comprehensive Survey
of French Genre Painting

WASHINGTON, D.C.- Washington, DC--The National Gallery of Art will be the only U.S. venue for the first large-scale survey of French genre painting--scenes from daily lif

 
New space at Burlington Gardens with Armani

LONDON.- The Royal Academy opens its new space at Burlington Gardens today with a major exhibition dedicated to the career of the contemporary fashion designer Giorgio Ar

 
Manet at the Prado

MADRID,SPAIN.- This October sees the opening at the Museo del Prado of the first exhibition in Spain devoted to the work of Édouard Manet (1832-1883). The exhibition, ent


Craigie Aitchison:
Out of the Ordinary

LONDON, ENGLAND.- The Royal Academy of Arts presents today “Craigie Aitchison: Out of the Ordinary,” on view through November 9, 2003. Craigie Aitchison is one of Britain

 
About Time: 700 Years
of European Painting

BROOKLYN, NEW YORK.- The Brooklyn Museum of Art opens today the long-term installation “About Time: 700 Years of European Painting.” The long-term installation of this co

 
Graham Sutherland
(1903 – 1980)

CARDIFF.- Graham Sutherland (1903-1980) was one of the most important British artists of his day, championed by his peers who included Francis Bacon. He was an impressive


The Drawings of François Boucher at The Frick

NEW YORK.- To celebrate the three hundredth anniversary of the birth of François Boucher (1703-1770), an unprecedented international loan exhibition of his drawings opens

 
“Image, Memory, Myth” at
The Andy Warhol Museum

PITTSBURGH, PA.- To coincide with the 40th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, The Andy Warhol Museum will present the exhibition, Novembe

 
Little Princes -
Portraits of Children...

BONN, GERMANY.- The Art and Exhibition Hall of the Federal Republic of Germany presents today “Little Princes - Portraits of Children from the 16th to 19th Centuries from


El Greco to Picasso from
The Phillips Collection

DENVER, COLORADO.- The Denver Art Museum presents one of the greatest exhibitions in its history. El Greco to Picasso from The Phillips Collection is an exceptional compi

 
Aztecs at Hall of the Federal Republic of Germany

BONN, GERMANY.- Art and Exhibition Hall of the Federal Republic of Germany presents “Aztecs,” on view through January 11, 2004. Templo Mayor- The Aztec’s built conception

 
Picasso’s Cubist Portraits
of Fernande Olivier

WASHINGTON, DC -- Picasso: The Cubist Portraits of Fernande Olivier will be the first exhibition ever to focus exclusively on Pablo Picasso’s (1881-1973) 1909 portraits o


Titian at Museo del Prado

The Museo del Prado opened on June 11, 2003, TIZIANO, the most extensive exhibition devoted to the artist’s work since the one held in Venice in 1935, and the first monog

 
Georgina Masson:
Author and Eye

Selections from the Photographic Archive of the American Academy in Rome.EXHIBITION DATES29 April ­ 30 June 2003Thursday, 4-7pm; Saturday, 3-7pm or by appointment Cal

 
Brian Jungen: Cetology
at Henry Art Gallery

At first glance, the work of Vancouver-based artist Brian Jungen appears to be more suited to a natural history museum than a contemporary art institution. The artist’s f


Ingo Maurer - Light -
Reaching for the Moon

WEIL AM RHEIN, GERMANY.- The Vitra Design Museum presents “Ingo Maurer - Light - Reaching for the Moon,” on view through August 10, 2003. No other designer has shown as m

 
Mordecai Ardon:
Landscapes of Infinity

JERUSALEM, ISRAEL.- The Israel Museum, Jerusalem, presents today the exhibition “Mordecai Ardon: Landscapes of Infinity.” This is the fourth and final Exhibition in Serie

 
On the Beach-Brett Whiteley
and Australian Artists

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA.- The Brett Whiteley Studio Museum presents today “On the Beach - With Brett Whiteley and fellow Australian artists,” on view through Sunday, June 29, 2


Sigmar Polke: Recent
Paintings and Drawings

The Dallas Museum of Art (DMA) will present the first exhibition focusing on the most recent work of renowned German artist Sigmar Polke from November 16, 2002 - April 6,

 
Roberto Behar
and Rosario Marquardt

MIAMI, FLORIDA.- Roberto Behar and Rosario Marquardt are a Miami-based architect/artist team who collaborate to create work that moves between painting, public art, arc

 
Artist Shirin Neshat
at Miami Art Museum

MIAMI, FLORIDA.- Miami Art Museum presents a compelling exhibition by celebrated Iranian-born artist Shirin Neshat. The exhibition offers visitors an unprecedented opport


Major Coup For
Milwaukee Art Museum

MILWAUKEE, WI.- The Milwaukee Art Museum announced today it will host the nationally popular exhibition The Quilts of Gee’s Bend September 27, 2003 - January 4, 2004.&nbs

 
Kazimir Malevich:
Suprematism

BERLIN, GERMANY.- Kazimir Malevich has long been celebrated as one of the seminal founders of non-objective art in the 20th century. Between 1915 and 1932, he developed a

 
TRUE STORIES -
Art of the East Kimberley

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA.- • Art Gallery of New South Wales presents TRUE STORIES - Art of the East Kimberley on view through April 27, 2003. These works of art carry both spiri


Rafael Viñoly: Architect for Kennedy Center Project

WASHINGTON, D.C.- James A. Johnson, Chairman of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, announced today that American architect Rafael Viñoly has been selecte

 
Unveils Works by Bill Viola

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA. A large-scale exhibition of recent work by the pioneering video artist Bill Viola will premiere at the J. Paul Getty Museum on January 24, 2003 a

 
Anne Vallayer-Coster:
First Retrospective

This winter, New York audiences will have the opportunity to view the first retrospective of one of the foremost still-life painters in eighteenth-century France, Anne Va

 


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