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Italian master Leonardo da Vinci's self-portrait in rare public exhibition in Turin

A woman visits the exhibition "Leonardo, and the Treasure of the King" at Biblioteca Reale on October 28, 2014 in the northern city of Turin. The exhibition opens on October 30 - January 15, 2015 and will show Leonardo da Vinci's self-portrait, Portrait of a young girl, the Codex on the Flight of Birds by and drawings by Raphael, Carracci, Perugino, Van Dyck and Rembrandt, illuminated manuscripts, charts and other graphic works from the collections of the Library. AFP PHOTO / MARCO BERTORELLO.

TURIN (AFP).- The only existing self-portrait by Italian master Leonardo da Vinci is making a rare appearance in a new exhibition in Turin in northern Italy, organisers said Tuesday. The fragile and fading chalk sketch, which has only been put on show for the public three times in the last century, is being displayed for two and a half months as part of "Leonardo and the treasures of the king", which opened on Thursday. The exhibition is made up of some 80 masterpieces conserved in the Royal Library in Turin, which was founded in 1839 by Charles Albert -- then King of Piedmont and Sardinia -- and is now part of a UNESCO world heritage site. "The library contains 4,500 manuscripts, 1,500 parchments and over 3,000 drawings by the greatest artists," Maurizio Cibrario, head of Consulta, an association which restores and promotes Turin's cultural heritage, told AFP. The exhibition, which runs until January 15, includes works by Renaissance artist Raphael, Baroque painter Carrache, Dutch master Rembrandt ... More

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Exhibition of works on metal of the 1980s and 1990s by Robert Rauschenberg opens at Gagosian   First museum exhibition to explore Rubinstein's ideas opens at the Jewish Museum   Exhibition at Art Institute of Chicago includes 60 works never before seen in public


Robert Rauschenberg, Bush Socks (Borealis), 1992 (detail). Tarnishes on copper and acrylic, 96 13/16 x 48 13/16 in. © The Robert Rauschenberg Foundation 2014/Licensed by VAGA, New York.

BEVERLY HILLS, CA.- In collaboration with the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation, Gagosian Beverly Hills announced an exhibition of Robert Rauschenberg’s works on metal of the 1980s and 1990s. This will be the first major presentation of his work on the West Coast since MOCA’s acclaimed traveling exhibition of the Combines in 2006. Rauschenberg’s protean outlook ushered in a new era of postwar American art in the wake of Abstract Expressionism with a free and experimental approach that drew inspiration from conceptual, materialist, and gestural precedents. His inventive use of discarded materials and appropriated images eviscerated distinctions between medium and genre, abstraction and representation, while his “flatbed picture plane,” which absorbed found objects into the realm of paintings, forever changed the relationship between artwork and viewer. “Works ... More
 

Helena Rubinstein holding one of her masks from the Ivory Coast, 1934. Photograph by George Maillard Kesslere. Helena Rubinstein Foundation Archives, Fashion Institute of Technology, SUNY, Gladys Marcus Library, Special Collections.

NEW YORK, NY.- The Jewish Museum presents Helena Rubinstein: Beauty Is Power, the first museum exhibition to explore the ideas, innovations, and influence of the legendary cosmetics entrepreneur Helena Rubinstein (1872-1965). By the time of her death, Rubinstein had risen from humble origins in small-town Jewish Poland to become a global icon of female entrepreneurship and a leader in art, fashion, design, and philanthropy. As the head of a cosmetics empire that extended across four continents, she was, arguably, the first modern self-made woman magnate. Rubinstein was ahead of her time in her embrace of cultural and artistic diversity. She was not only an early patron of European and Latin American modern art, but also one of the earliest, leading collectors of African and Oceanic sculpture. On view through ... More
 

Pietro Berrettini, called Pietro da Cortona. A Female Figure Holding a Compass and an Astrolabe, c. 1630. Jean and Steven Goldman.

CHICAGO, IL.- The Art Institute of Chicago presents more than 80 masterpieces of Italian draftsmanship selected from the collection of Chicagoans Jean and Steven Goldman in the exhibition Strokes of Genius: Italian Drawings from the Goldman Collection, on view Saturday, November 1, 2014, through Sunday, February 1, 2015, in Galleries 124-127. Focusing on the periods of Mannerism and the early Baroque, the exhibition includes nearly 60 drawings never before seen in public. Recent acquisitions of works, ranging from a figure study by Baccio Bandinelli to a composition drawing by Salvator Rosa, are shown with two dozen significant drawings from the Goldmans’ existing collection, including masterpieces by Pietro da Cortona, the Carracci, and Francesco Salviati. The exhibition features many of the Goldmans’ promised gifts to the Art Institute alongside about 20 related works from the museum’s Prints and Drawings Collection ... More


Exhibition at MoMA illuminates Dubuffet's radical experimentation with form and material   Iconic Cowardly Lion costume to reign over TCM and Bonhams' November auction   Major Symbolist work by Franz von Stuck to lead Sotheby's 19th Century European Art Sale


Jean Dubuffet, Soil Ornamented with Vegetation, Dead Leaves, Pebbles, Diverse Debris (Sol historié de végétation, feuilles mortes, cailloux, débris divers). 1956. Oil on cut-and-pasted canvas, on canvas, 35 1/8 x 30 3/8 in. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Purchased from proceeds in the Mr. and Mrs. Ralph F. Colin Fund in honor of Ralph F. Colin with additional funds from a gift of Philip Johnson (by exchange), 1992. ©2014 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York /ADAGP, Paris. Photo: Paige Knight.

NEW YORK, NY.- Jean Dubuffet (French, 1901–1985), whose work was marked by a rebellious attitude toward prevailing notions of high culture, beauty, and good taste, is a significant figure in MoMA’s collection, with holdings numbering over 1,200 works. From the time Dubuffet committed himself to art-making in the early 1940s, he was a relentless innovator. Jean Dubuffet: Soul of the Underground illuminates Dubuffet’s radical experimentation with form and material by focusing on the artist’s work at a key span of his career, from the 1940s to the mid-1960s. Dubuffet mixed sand, gravel, and ... More
 

The sale will also feature a blue gingham "test" dress and pinafore worn by Judy Garland. Photo: Bonhams.

NEW YORK, NY.- The original Cowardly Lion costume worn by actor Bert Lahr in the beloved classic The Wizard of Oz (1939) is ready to be crowned "king of the forest" during TCM Presents: There’s No Place Like Hollywood, a definitive auction of rare movie collectibles to be held at Bonhams in New York on Monday, Nov. 24. Fans can check out the Cowardly Lion costume and many other items from the auction during a pair of preview exhibitions to be held at Bonhams' locations in New York (Nov. 20-24) and Los Angeles (Nov. 6-9). In addition to the Cowardly Lion costume, the auction will feature Wizard of Oz memorabilia such as actor Bert Lahr’s original script; the Witch Remover prop wielded by the Cowardly Lion in pursuit of the Wicked Witch; a Winkie spear head; and an assortment of memorable Munchkin, Flying Monkey and Emerald City costumes. As previously announced, the sale will also feature a blue gingham "test" dress and ... More
 

Franz von Stuck, Die Sünde (The Sin), oil on canvas. Est. $800,000/1.2 million. Photo: Sotheby's.

NEW YORK, NY.- Sotheby’s sale of 19th Century European Art on 6 November 2014 will feature a significant selection of works by leading masters of the 19th century. The cover lot is Franz von Stuck’s famed depiction of the temptation of Eve, Die Sünde (est. $800,000/1.2 million). Additional highlights include Orientalist subjects by Ludwig Deutsch and Frederick Arthur Bridgman, an extraordinary work by Ludovic Alleaume and major paintings by Jean- Baptiste-Camille Corot, Gustave Courbet, William Bouguereau and Sir Alfred Munnings. The exhibition is open to the public as of 31 October 2014 at Sotheby’s New York headquarters. Franz von Stuck's Die Sünde promptly drew large crowds when first exhibited at the premiere exhibition of the Munich Secession in 1893 and maintains its popularity today as an icon of the Symbolist art movement. First conceived in 1889, Stuck’s striking interpretation presents Eve emerging ... More


Museum of Contemporary Art Denver opens Mark Mothersbaugh career retrospective   Carnegie Museum of Art opens definitive retrospective of Duane Michals   Columbus Museum of Art acquires Andy Warhol and Trevor Paglen works of art


DEVO by Paul Natkin. Photograph by Paul Natkin.

DENVER, CO.- The Museum of Contemporary Art Denver announces the premiere of Mark Mothersbaugh: Myopia (October 31, 2014 to February 15, 2015). Organized by MCA Denver, this retrospective exhibition brings together the first comprehensive presentation of Mothersbaugh’s art and music to date, from the beginning of his career in the early 1970s through the present. This nationally touring exhibition is accompanied by a major publication, Mark Mothersbaugh: Myopia, published by Princeton Architectural Press. Though well known around the globe as a founding member of the popular band DEVO, Mark Mothersbaugh has been a prolific artist since before the band’s inception, and continues to produce work that makes the case for his position as an important figure in contemporary culture. From his popular music to his personal artwork, Mothersbaugh’s unique artistic view constantly foregrounds the relationship between technology and individu ... More
 

Duane Michals; Andy Warhol, 1972; Gelatin silver print; The Henry L. Hillman Fund; Courtesy of Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh.

PITTSBURGH, PA.- Opening November 1, 2014, at Carnegie Museum of Art, Storyteller: The Photographs of Duane Michals is the definitive retrospective and the largest-ever presentation of this innovative artist’s work, and is organized by Linda Benedict-Jones, curator of photography at CMOA. Drawing from select loans and the museum’s holdings, which constitute the largest single collection of Michals’s output, and spanning six decades, the works in Storyteller include classic sequences from the early 1970s as well as rarely seen images from later in his career. Born in 1932 and raised in a steelworker family in McKeesport, Pennsylvania, Michals broke away from established traditions of documentary and fine art photography in the 1960s when he added handwritten messages and poems to prints, produced multi-image narrative sequences, and experimented with ... More
 

Andy Warhol, Karen Lerner, 1972. Museum Purchase and Gift in Memory of Shirle Nesbitt Westwater by Angela King Westwater and David Meitus, Hugh Nesbitt Westwater, Cordelia Westwater Robinson, William Marc Westwater, and their families.

COLUMBUS, OH.- The Columbus Museum of Art today announced the recent acquisition of two extraordinary works of art: Andy Warhol’s Karen Lerner and Trevor Paglen’s Reaper in the Sun. “It’s exciting to have our collection growing along with our building,” said Nannette V. Maciejunes, CMA Executive Director. “We’ve added our first Warhol painting, which is an incredibly important moment in the development of our collection. That the painting was given in memory of Shirle Westwater and the multi-generational relationship her family has had with the Museum only magnifies the significance of this piece.” Shirle Nesbitt Westwater wasa strong supporter of the Museum, the first woman to serve on CMA’s board of trustees, and one of the founders of the Museum’s Women’s Board. ... More


Art Taipei opens 21sr edition with more than 500 artists and over 3,000 quality artworks   'Ernesto Neto: The Body That Gravitates on Me' on view at the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum   Cincinnati Art Museum presents 'Beyond Pop Art: A Tom Wesselmann Retrospective'


Visitors walk past a melting ice cream made by US pop sculptor Desire Obtain Cherish ( D.O.C.) during the Art Taipei exhibition. AFP PHOTO / SAM YEH.

TAIPEI.- ART TAIPEI celebrated its 20th anniversary last year. After one year of rumination and reflection, it inaugurates a new chapter in a more steady and placid manner. ART TAIPEI is the most important art fair in Asia. This year, the grand event is being held from the 31st of October to the 3rd of November at Exhibition Hall 1 of the Taipei World Trade Center, featuring 145 galleries, about half of which are from overseas. The 78 foreign galleries are from 15 countries/regions, including Japan, Hong Kong, China, Philippines, Singapore, Israel, Germany, U.K. and U.S. Sections in the fair include ''Art Galleries'' which features the majority of exhibiting galleries, "Classic Art Galleries" that promotes works by senior Taiwanese artists, "New Media" that draws on the status of technology island and "Young Art Discovery" which aims at incubating young artists in the country and overseas. Furthermore, young artists from Japan, Malaysia, Phili ... More
 

Ernesto Neto, The Body That Gravitates on Me, 2006 (installation view at The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, 2014). Courtesy of the artist and Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York. Photo: Pamela Ruggio.

RIDGEFIELD, CONN.- Ernesto Neto, whose work was first exhibited at The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum in 1996, has become internationally known for translucent organic sculptures that often take on architectural proportions, one of which is suspended from the ceiling of the Museum’s two-story atrium from October 19, 2014, to April 5, 2015. Exhibitions director Richard Klein described how Neto’s work frequently blurs the boundaries between inside and outside, weightlessness and gravitational pull. He says, “Neto’s work exhibits both playfulness and a formal rigor that is often—literally—stretched to the extreme by his use of flexible synthetic fabrics, particularly those used in stockings and tights: nylon and polyamide.” Neto’s piece, The Body That Gravitates on Me, is juxtaposed with a work by Eva Hesse that was in founder Larry Aldrich’s collection, Accession II (1968, 1969). Like Neto’s art in ... More
 

Tom Wesselmann, Smoker, 1 (Mouth, 12), 1967. Oil on canvas, in two parts, 9' 7/8" x 7' 1". The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Susan Morse Hilles Fund, 1968. © Estate of Tom Wesselmann/Licensed by VAGA, New York, NY. Photo: Jeffrey Sturges.

CINCINNATI, OH.- The Cincinnati Art Museum hosts the exhibition Beyond Pop Art: A Tom Wesselmann Retrospective, Oct. 31, 2014 – Jan. 18, 2015. An American painter and Cincinnati native, Tom Wesselmann (1931-2004) is widely regarded as one of the leading figures of American Pop Art. Known for creating collages and assemblages of everyday objects and advertising, the Wesselmann retrospective catalogues more than four decades of the artist’s work. His larger-than-life Still Life #60 already is a familiar sighting in downtown Cincinnati as the artwork has been captured as a mural – in all of its oversized glory – on the corner of 8th and Main Streets by ArtWorks, the award-winning nonprofit organization that enables youth apprentices and artists to turn bare walls into public masterpieces. The 25-foot-long mural is a great representation of the brightly colored, sculptural painting ... More



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Bullet from the first wartime aviation casualty to be auctioned in London
LONDON.- The bullet that shot Italian aviation pioneer, solider and sports executive, Carlo Montu will be offered alongside a fascinating archive that explores his involvement with Italian aviation throughout both world wars and the Italian-Turkish War, for which he was highly decorated for his bravery. These will be sold on Thursday 13th November as part of the Important Books and Manuscripts sale at Dreweatts & Bloomsbury Auctions. On Wednesday 31st January 1912, Captain Carlo Montu and aircraftsman G. Rossi were on a bombing mission over Tobruk. A bullet was shot from the ground by a Turkish infantryman towards the aircraft (apparently flying at an altitude of only 18 feet) wounding Montu and making him the first ever aviation casualty. The bullet was extracted from Montu, who made a full recovery. He later wore the bullet as a “badge of honour” around his neck ... More

Artist Rooms on tour 2015: A year of photography
EDINBURGH.- The National Galleries of Scotland and Tate are delighted to announced plans for the seventh year of ARTIST ROOMS On Tour. New exhibitions and displays will go on show at 17 venues across the UK in 2015 and a further seven exhibitions which opened in 2013-14 will continue their runs into next year. 13 venues will be showing ARTIST ROOMS displays for the first time, including Clydebank Museum and Art Gallery, and Kirkcaldy Galleries, which will mount exhibitions of work by the celebrated American photographers Robert Mapplethorpe and Diane Arbus. Also in Scotland, Timespan in Helmsdale, Sutherland, which was part of the second ARTIST ROOMS tour in 2010, will be showing work by the hugely influential German artist Joseph Beuys, and the Pier Arts Centre in Orkney will become the most northerly venue in Britain to show work by Damien Hirst, with an ... More

Gesellschaft für Aktuelle Kunst opens exhibition of Belgian artist Koenraad Dedobbeleer's work
BREMEN.- What is the essence of sculpture? What differentiates sculptural works from things like design, everyday objects, or architecture? Is there such a thing as an original artistic idea, or is everything somehow a variation or reproduction of something seen before or from what exists? These are some of the questions that Belgian artist Koenraad Dedobbeleer explores. His work uncovers the surprising in the familiar. In his objects, installations, photographs and media projects, Dedobbeleer develops new perspectives on our collective knowledge, in the process calling for a new approach to its treatment. His works usually take their cue from situations or objects that he encounters in everyday life – particularly architectural aspects or objects used to shape our personal living space. Another important part of his approach are the artistic ... More

Social photography exhibition features deCordova's recent gift of Andy Warhol Polaroids
LINCOLN, MASS.- DeCordova Sculpture Park and Museum presents The Social Medium, an exhibition that examines the history of social photography. On view from October 31, 2014–April 19, 2015, The Social Medium features work from the mid-twentieth century to the present that encompasses multiple photographic genres including social documentary, street, celebrity, and portrait photography. Presented at a time when the compulsion to digitally document and share human activity has increased exponentially, the exhibition features works from deCordova’s permanent collection that prefigure and inform current trends in social photography, as well as recent work by contemporary artists. The Social Medium was largely inspired by a recent gift of one of Andy Warhol’s Little Red Books, which contains a set of color Polaroids. Little Red Book 128 was donated to deCordova by The Andy ... More

First US museum exhibition of the work of Polit-Sheer-Form-Office opens at the Queens Museum
QUEENS, NY.- The Queens Museum presents Polit-Sheer-Form!, the first US museum exhibition of the work of Polit-Sheer-Form-Office (PSFO). PSFO is a China-based art group established in 2005 by artists Song Dong, Hong Hao, Xiao Yu, Liu Jianhua and curator/critic Leng Lin. Born in the mid-1960s, as children PSFO’s members all experienced the late Cultural Revolution, a period of Communist ideological orthodoxy that powerfully affected the preceding generation. Drawing on this personal history, PSFO’s artistic practice strives to create a collective way of life while removing the political content historically associated with it. In its activities and artworks, PSFO attempts to create a framework—albeit tongue-in-cheek—for collective life in today’s consumer-oriented China. Within this framework, individuals may find the ties that bind them to others. At the same time, “sheer ... More

Brooklyn Museum presents retrospective of artist Judith Scott
BROOKLYN, NY.- Judith Scott—Bound and Unbound is on view in the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art at the Brooklyn Museum from October 24, 2014, through March 29, 2015. Focusing on Scott’s critically acclaimed fiber-wrapped, three-dimensional constructions, the exhibition features more than sixty works, including a selection of works on paper. Judith Scott was in her mid-40s when she began making art at Creative Growth Art Center in Oakland, California. Born with Down syndrome, and largely deaf and mute, she was institutionalized in Ohio for thirty-five years before her twin sister introduced her to Creative Growth’s unique studio program for artists with developmental disabilities in 1987. For eighteen years, until her death in 2005, Scott worked with a single-minded devotion on producing idiosyncratic and increasingly complex pieces assembled from found materials ... More

'Empire of the dead': Paris' Catacombs still entice visitors
PARIS (AFP).- A place of fear, legend, inspiration and exploration, Paris's skull and bone-lined Catacombs still draw thousands of visitors each year, many of whom queue for hours to explore the ghoulish burial site. "Stop! This is the empire of the dead", reads a sign greeting visitors at the entrance to the two-kilometre (1.2-mile) long tunnels filled with the bones of approximately six million Parisians -- although that figure is still debated. The transfer of human remains from Parisian cemeteries to the tunnels began towards the end of the 18th century when authorities realised that the decomposition of bodies in the city's cemeteries was not particularly good for public health. "It was said that the wine was turning bad and the milk was curdling," said Sylvie Robin, the site's curator. So the city decided to move the skeletal remains to abandoned underground quarries. And never short of a money- ... More

Rare Francois Linke piano leads Fall Furniture and Decorative Arts Auctions at Bonhams
SAN FRANCISCO, CA.- Bonhams announced its San Francisco-based auctions of "The Connoisseur's Eye: A Private Collection of European Furniture, Paintings and Decorative Arts" on October 28 and "Fine European Furniture and Decorative Arts," the day prior, achieved a cumulative $2.6 million. Leading "The Connoisseur's Eye" was a Louis XV style art case piano by celebrated Parisian cabinetmaker Francois Linke, circa 1907, that sold for $293,000. The piano nearly doubled its low estimate of $150,000. According to the Linke archives and "Francois Linke (1855-1946): The Belle Epoque of French Furniture" by Christopher Payne, it is one of only two examples made. Also standing out in the single-owner sale was an Italian 19th century marble figure of “Esmeralda and the Goat Djali” by Antonio Rossetti that sold for $87,500 - nearly three times its $30,000 high estimate. An ... More

'Richard Meier: Collages' opens at the Stroganov Palace, St. Petersburg
ST. PETERSBURG .- Galerie Gmurzynska announces an exhibition of collages by the seminal architect Richard Meier, which opened on October 30th 2014 at the Stroganov Palace and run through January 2015. Stroganov Palace is an 18th-century imperial residence once belonging to the Stroganov clan, themselves famous collectors and patrons of the arts during their time. Today this splendid location forms part of The State Russian Museum in St. Petersburg. Coinciding with and honoring the artist’s 80th birthday this autumn, this museum exhibition is preceded by the showcase „Richard Meier – Timepieces“ Galerie Gmurzynska presented at their premises in Zurich from October through December in 2013. Galerie Gmurzynska is proud to creatively work with Richard Meier whose collages were not only featured during the gallery’s presentation at Art Basel Miami Beach in 2013 but who ... More

Sohei Nishino's new series of Diorama Maps on view at Michael Hoppen Gallery
LONDON.- The Michael Hoppen Gallery is presenting Sohei Nishino's new series of Diorama Map's. Comprising of the following cities: Berlin, New Delhi, Amsterdam, Jerusalem, Rio de Janeiro, Tokyo and Bern. Nishino has been internationally lauded for his beautifully crafted Dioramas, and earlier cities such as London and New York are now found in important private and museum collections around the world. The project is a joyous mixture of photography and cartography, inspired in part by the 18th century Japanese map-maker Ino Tadataka. To make his “Diorama Maps,” Sohei Nishino spends months in a city, exploring its many vantage points. During this time he shoots thousands of pictures, which he then painstakingly hand-prints, trims to size, and compiles into huge tableaux collages from which he issues the limited edition photographic prints in two sizes. The effect is not ... More

Limited Edition Montblanc Pen Collection to be offered at Dreweatts & Bloomsbury Auctions' Fine Pen sale
LONDON.- A collection of over 64 Limited Editions Montblanc Pens will be offered, fresh to the market, in Dreweatts & Bloomsbury Auctions’ Fine Pen sale on Thursday 27th November 2014 in London. The pens are unused or ‘uninked’, with their original packaging. Prices range from £150 to over £2,000, making the selection a delight for collectors or a unique Christmas gift for those who can be difficult to buy for. Since its beginnings as the Simplo Filler Pen Co. in 1906, Montblanc has become the leading brand of fine pens. Its black and white star logo is recognised as the symbol of craftsmanship and luxury, appealing to collectors across the globe. In 1992 Montblanc started to produce annual special edition pens in limited numbers, in various series including The Writers Series, The Patron of The Arts Series and the Donation series, as well as very limited numbers produced as 'one off' special ... More



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November 01, 1939. Richard Serra (born November 2, 1939) is an American minimalist sculptor and video artist known for working with large-scale assemblies of sheet metal. Serra was involved in the Process Art Movement. He lives and works in Tribeca, New York and on Cape Breton Island in Nova Scotia. In this image: U.S. artist Richard Serra gestures as he talks to journalists during a press preview for his exhibition "Drawings - Work Comes Out of Work" at the Kunsthaus in Bregenz, Austria, Thursday June 12, 2008






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