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Frescoes and faeces as Nero's palace opens in Rome

Visitors use 3D virtual reality goggles as they sit in a room in the Domus Transitoria, Roman Emperor Nero's first palace, destroyed in the Great Fire of Rome in 64 AD on April 12, 2019. The Domus Transitoria was replaced by his Domus Aurea (or Golden House). Alberto PIZZOLI / AFP.

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ROME (AFP).- Razed to the ground by the Great Fire of Rome, Emperor Nero's original palace opened to the public for the first time on Friday after a painstaking 10-year restoration. The ruins of the sumptuous "Domus Transitoria", once decorated with gold leaf, precious stones and mother of pearl, lie next to a well-preserved 50-seat latrine used communally by builders and slaves. Nero claimed to be a descendant of Aeneas -- a legendary hero of the Trojan War, as Homer tells it in the Iliad -- and was a big fan of Trojan heroics. He had the ceilings of his palace adorned with mythical scenes from the Trojan War, some of which are now on display at the Palatine Museum next door. The palace was designed to provide respite from baking summer heat, and the emperor would likely have sat on a marble throne facing a line of fountains, under the shade of a silken ... More

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Spruth Magers opens the first solo exhibition of Thea Djordjadze's work in Los Angeles   Exhibition investigates in depth the achievements of Jean (Hans) Arp   The Los Angeles County Museum of Art celebrates significant building project milestones


Installation view, Thea Djordjadze, 'if I were an early person', Sprüth Magers, Los Angeles, April 9 - June 1, 2019. Courtesy Sprüth Magers © Thea Djordjadze / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn. Courtesy Sprüth Magers. Photography: Robert Wedemeyer.

LOS ANGELES, CA.- The work of Thea Djordjadze concerns itself, first and foremost, with the poetics and particularities of space. She combines a variety of artistic, industrial, and unconventional materials to produce works full of contrasts and complexity, which she puts into conversation with the architecture and atmosphere of her exhibition spaces through intimate, considered arrangements. Each of her projects is thus ephemeral in nature, open to future reconfiguration. Monika Sprüth and Philomene Magers are presenting the first solo exhibition of Djordjadze’s work in Los Angeles, if I were an early person, which extends the artist’s investigations into the ways in which context affects the viewing, understanding and experience of art. The core of the exhibition comprises a series of sleek steel vitrines, fronted with Plexiglas panes, which the artist originally designed for her 2017 project at the graphic arts collection of the Pina ... More
 

Jean (Hans) Arp, Marital Sculpture, 1937. Executed with Sophie Taeuber-Arp. Lathe-turned and sawed wood, 15 3/8 x 10 1/2 x 10 5/16 in. Stiftung Arp e.V., Berlin/Rolandswerth © 2019 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn / © Jean Arp, by SIAE 2019. Photo: Delfanne Photography/ Stiftung Arp e.V., Berlin/Rolandswerth.

VENICE.- From April 13 through September 2, 2019 the Peggy Guggenheim Collection presents The Nature of Arp, curated by Catherine Craft and organized by the Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas, first venue of the show. The Peggy Guggenheim Collection is particularly pleased to host the exhibition in light of their close relationship dating from 1995 when the Venice garden was named the Nasher Sculpture Garden in recognition of the Nashers’ generous support towards its renovation. This exhibition investigates in depth the achievements of Jean (Hans) Arp (1886-1966), one of the most important and multifaceted artists of the modern era, whose experimental approach to creation, radical rethinking of traditional art forms, and collaborative proclivities resonate with the wide-ranging character of art today. Over ... More
 

Los Angeles County certifies Final Environmental Impact Report for the museum’s Peter Zumthor-designed permanent collection building. Courtesy Atelier Peter Zumthor & Partner / The Boundary.

LOS ANGELES, CA.- The Los Angeles County Museum of Art announced this week that the County of Los Angeles Board of Supervisors has certified the Final Environmental Impact Report (FEIR) for the museum’s new building for the permanent collection and approved the project. The Board of Supervisors also authorized the issuance of the $117.5 million balance on its $125 million contribution for the project. The new building, The David Geffen Galleries, is part of a long-term plan to expand and improve LACMA’s galleries and public space. As the final component of a decade-long transformation of the campus that nearly doubled exhibition space, programs, and more than doubled attendance, the new building, which has approximately 110,000 square feet of galleries, will replace four aging buildings (Ahmanson, Art of the Americas, Hammer, and Bing). Composed of seven semi-transparent pavilions that support a single elevated, ... More


SP-Arte 15th edition welcomed 36,000 visitors   Victoria Miro opens a solo exhibition by NS Harsha featuring new and recent works   'Ai Weiwei. Resetting memories' opens at Museo Universitario Arte Contemporáneo


SP-Arte 15th edition welcomed 36,000 visitors and had a record number of artwork donations to museums and cultural institutions.

SAO PAULO.- SP-Arte closed its fifteenth edition on Sunday, 7 April, attracting 164 art and design exhibitors from 14 different countries to São Paulo’s Bienal Pavilion. With works by over 2,000 artists, SP-Arte hosted 36,000 visitors during the five days of the event – a record number during its 15 years of existence. SP-Arte is delighted to confirm its 16th edition for next year’s cultural calendar, which is set to take place from 1 to 5 April 2020. “Celebrating our 15th anniversary, this edition was very special to us and SP-Arte surpassed all expectations. Many galleries exceeded their sales goals and the outcome was very positive. Additionally, our record number of visitors is a reflection of how the wider public sees SP-Arte as an essential platform for culture in Brazil,” comments Fernanda Feitosa, SP-Arte’s founder and director. In its 15th edition, SP-Arte had a powerful donation programme, ... More
 

NS Harsha, Reclaiming the Inner Space, 2017 (detail). Aluminum composite panel mirror, aluminium, acrylic paint, carved teak wood elephants, found carton boxes, steel hooks and pellets, 365.8 x 1188.7 cm. 144 x 468 in © NS Harsha. Courtesy the artist and Victoria Miro, London/Venice. Photo: Mallikarjun Katakol.

LONDON.- One of the most acclaimed artists of his generation, NS Harsha draws on a broad spectrum of Indian painting traditions and popular arts, as well as the western canon, to create quietly philosophical works that reflect on structures, borders and barriers as a series of ever-shifting concepts. A focal point of this exhibition is the major work Reclaiming the Inner Space, 2017. This three-dimensional, wall-mounted work features a ‘herd’ of approximately 1400 hand-carved wooden elephants that appear to roam a plain made from recycled cardboard packaging, flattened and attached to acrylic mirror. While the elephants refer to the ornaments that one might find in Indian souvenir shops, they also recall the elephant processions of Dasara festivities in Mysore, the artist’s ... More
 

Chinese contemporary artist and activist Ai Weiwei listens to a question during a press conference on his new exhibition at the University Museum of Contemporary Art (MUAC) in Mexico City on April 11, 2019. ALFREDO ESTRELLA / AFP.

MEXICO CITY.- Ai Weiwei. Resetting Memories explores the traumas of the experiences in both China and Mexico in a narrative that appeals to the obligation to construct social memory. Curated by Cuauhtémoc Medina, this exhibition brings together concerns represented by the destruction of cultural heritage and our relationship to our ancestors with the trauma that is the attack on the future, which supposes violence against young people. The shows presents the Wang Family Ancestral Hall (2015), the largest of the politically inflected readymades that define Ai Weiwei’s work, and the most significant of his interventions into historical artifacts. It involves the ruined structure of the Wang clan’s family temple, dating back to the Ming dynasty, 400 years ago. After the agrarian reform ... More


Hall Art Foundation opens exhibition of works by Jonathan Meese, Albert Oehlen and Daniel Richter   First ever exhibition to focus on the relationship between magic and psychology opens in London   Art Paris announces record attendance, a critical success and good sales results


Jonathan Meese, DAS Schlupfrige, wie EiVAMPYR "ich" raus… , 2008. Oil, mixed media on canvas, 82 ¾ x 55 in. (210 x 140 cm). Hall Collection. Courtesy Hall Art Foundation © the artist.

HOLLE.- The Hall Art Foundation is presenting a group exhibition, Jonathan Meese, Albert Oehlen, Daniel Richter: Works from the Hall Collection, being held at its Schloss Derneburg location. Organized in collaboration with the artists, the exhibition includes over fifty paintings, sculptures and works on paper by Jonathan Meese, Albert Oehlen and Daniel Richter from the Hall and Hall Art Foundation collections. Jonathan Meese’s (b. 1970) multidisciplinary practice encompasses painting, drawing, sculpture, performance, writing, stage design, and directing within the fields of theater and opera. Using a lexicon of personal hieroglyphs mixed with historical, political and cultural references, Meese explores such themes as revolution, the failures of ideology, and the role ... More
 

Original artwork for magic trick advertisements, 20th century. © Wellcome Collection, object to be attributed to British Magic Museum.

LONDON.- From the seduction of the 19th-century séance through to the sensationalist stunts of contemporary mentalists, we cannot resist the lure of the seemingly impossible. But why? What can magic and conjuring tell us about the human mind? ‘Smoke and Mirrors: The psychology of magic‘, a major new exhibition at Wellcome Collection, is the first ever to focus on the relationship between magic and psychology. It seeks the truth about deception, ask how bias and suggestion affect our senses and decisions, and consider what it is about the human condition that means many of us believe in magic and the supernatural, even in the face of logical explanations. Why are our senses so easily fooled? Why do we get a thrill from experiencing a simple trick? What has science and psychology learned from magic? ‘Smoke and Mirrors’ ... More
 

Art Paris 2018 © Marc Domage.

PARIS.- Playing host to 150 galleries from 20 countries from April 4th-7th 2019, the 21st edition of Art Paris received a record number of 63,257 visitors from 45 different countries, an 8% increase compared to 2018. There was a lot of enthusiasm for this 2019 edition that paid tribute to women artists and Latin America and it was apparent right from the opening night as some 18,575 guests descended upon the fair including numerous celebrities: actresses (Monica Bellucci, Gong Li, Catherine Frot), figures from the worlds of politics (Benjamin Griveaux, Brigitte Macron, Franck Riester) and business (Henri-François Pinault, Laurent Dassault), collectors, curators and museum directors (Caroline Bourgeois, Chris Dercon, Sandra Hegedus, Marin Karmitz, Laurent Lebon, Patricia Marshall, Suzanne Pagé and Alfred Pacquement to name but a few). The fair was also pleased to welcome 94 friends of museum groups and art circles ... More



Peana opens a solo exhibition presenting works by Tomás Díaz Cedeño   Bergman actress Bibi Andersson dies, aged 83   The Drawing Center opens an exhibition of works in multiple mediums


Tomás Díaz Cedeño, Usando este cuerpo, 2019. Concrete, copper, 110 x 80 x 50 cm. 43.3 x 31.4 x 19.6 in.

MONTERREY.- The proportion between the natural and the artificial, as well as the continuous interaction between empirical belief systems and scientific methodologies, constitute the central axis of the artistic production of Tomás Díaz Cedeño (Mexico City, 1983). “Using this body, thinking of the fountain.” is part of this dichotomy, providing a compendium of seven sculptural installations whose physical approach is based on the artist's drawings and studies, transformed through the use of different materials, textures, objects and images that offer keys to reflect on the artist’s relationship with three main arguments: landscape, architecture and textiles. What circumstances and attitudes can be adopted in favor of the guarantee of nature from the perception of the creative genesis? What relevance does this interaction acquire in the current local and international production? Díaz Cedeño appropriates these ... More
 

This file photo taken on November 24, 1981 in Paris shows Swedish actress Bibi Andersson. Swedish actress Bibi Andersson, best known for her roles in legendary director Ingmar Bergman's films, passed away on April 14, 2019 at age 83, her daughter Jenny Grede Dahlstrand told AFP. Philippe WOJAZER / AFP.

STOCKHOLM (AFP).- Swedish actress Bibi Andersson, best known for her roles in legendary director Ingmar Bergman's films, died on Sunday aged 83, her daughter Jenny Grede Dahlstrand told AFP. Andersson is perhaps best known for starring in many of Bergman classics including "The Seventh Seal" (1957), "Wild Strawberries" (1957) and "Persona" (1966). Andersson first started working with the director at the age of 15, when she was cast in several commercials for the Swedish soap brand "Bris", directed by Bergman. She received several awards including the Silver Bear for Best Actress at the Berlin international film festival in 1963 for her role in Vilgot Sjoman's "The Mistress" (1962). From early film credits in 1951, she continued working and starring in movies ... More
 

Huma Bhabha, Untitled, 2010. Ink on C-print. Courtesy of the artist and Salon 94, New York.

NEW YORK, NY.- As If: Alternative Histories from Then to Now opened in The Drawing Center’s Lab gallery on April 12, 2019. The works in multiple mediums in this exhibition offer examples of how we might reimagine historical narratives in order to contend with the traumas of contemporary life. These works of consummate draftsmanship exemplify the skill of drawing and the imagination of artists at work turning fantasies into plausible realities—absurd, amusing, and sometimes terrifying. Whether exacerbating the contradictions of present society or imagining genuinely alternative utopias, the participating authors and artists traverse science fiction, popular culture, and genuine aesthetic thought-experiments. Spanning a historical era transformed by war, racial and economic inequity, authoritarianism, and the persistent fear of imminent apocalypse, these works offer alternative understandings of our present by rewiring the past. As If ... More



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Galerie Karsten Greve opens a solo exhibition of the artist Gideon Rubin
COLOGNE.- Galerie Karsten Greve Cologne is presenting a solo exhibition of the artist Gideon Rubin (born 1973 in Tel Aviv) in parallel with the ART COLOGNE art fair. In addition to his paintings depicting people, heads and landscapes, the exhibition also includes works on paper from a period of more than ten creative years, from 2008 to 2019. On display are twelve small-format oil paintings reflecting the characters and style of cinema in the Weimar Republic (1918 – 1933). The beauty of the films of the period stands in stark contrast to the concurrent historical events and the disastrous cultural developments that followed. The National Socialist assumption of power in 1933 brought an abrupt end to this productivity and the joy of cinematic experimentation. With Warning Shadows, Gideon Rubin takes up the eponymous silent film of 1923. As the ... More

Abbot Hall Art Gallery presents a 400-year-old masterpiece
KENDAL.- A portrait of a woman who fought the most famous legal battle of the Jacobean age has returned to Cumbria. Coming Home: Lady Anne Clifford has gone on display at Abbot Hall Art Gallery, Kendal. The work dated 1618 by William Larkin is the finest portrait of Lady Anne (1590-1676). The painting is on loan from the National Portrait Gallery as part of its COMING HOME project which sees 50 portraits of iconic individuals from the national collection travelling to towns and cities most closely associated with their subjects. Visitors can see this stunning portrait until 22 June 2019. Anne fought for more than four decades for her rightful inheritance. When she was 15, her father George Clifford died. The Clifford family owned vast estates including several castles. Yet Anne was devastated to not inh ... More

Costume exhibition at the Chicago History Museum features American fashion in the 1930's and '40's
CHICAGO, IL.- The Chicago History Museum’s spring exhibition “​Silver Screen to Mainstream: American Fashion in the 1930s and ‘40s​,” on display Monday April 8, 2019, through January 21, 2020, explores how a glamorous new American style emerged from the harsh realities of a tumultuous era. Thirty ensembles from the Museum’s permanent collection trace Hollywood’s influence on American fashion. These garments illustrate how a distinctive American style emerged from Hollywood during an era that was bookended by the financial crash of 1929 and the devastation of World War II. “Through the dark days of the Great Depression, Hollywood costume design inspired an enthusiastic response from American women, which gave birth to a new wave of American style,” said Virginia Heaven, guest curator and associate professor of fashion design at ... More

Solo exhibition of works by George Negroponte on view at Anita Rogers Gallery
NEW YORK, NY.- Anita Rogers Gallery is presenting When Love Comes To Town, a solo exhibition of works by George Negroponte. On view are his mixed media paintings completed over the last several years using house paint, spackle, gesso, wallpaper, dirt, enamel, inventory circle labels, and spray paint on canvas, as well as found objects from the surrounding woods. Negroponte’s works on paper, first begun in Sweden in 2008, were set aside for a decade and resumed this past year in collaboration with his wife, Virva Hinnemo. These small and evocative compositions include truncated shapes, veil-like mists, vehement and nuanced marks, unusual color, and punctuated holes. While all the works are marked by an indeterminable amount of paint, some are diptychs with tree fragments and found objects. Negroponte takes pains ... More

Exhibition presents new paintings alongside rarely seen works from the 1990s by Otis Jones
NEW YORK, NY.- Marc Straus are presenting their second solo exhibition with Dallas based American artist Otis Jones. The exhibition presents new paintings alongside rarely seen works from the 1990s. The exhibition will remain on view until May 19th, 2019. Existing both as painting and sculpture, the works of Otis Jones are unique in their dichotomous aesthetic — they are reductive yet robust, playful yet connected to the American Minimalist canon. As renowned critic John Yau wrote: “Jones has taken an abstract, reductive possibility and made something fresh and austerely sensual (or is it sensually austere) out of it. Rather than commenting on history, he is moving its possibilities down the road a bit. In the age of nothing new under the sun, that’s more than an accomplishment. It’s practically a miracle.” Paying the utmost attention to even the smallest ... More

When traditions fade, Native Americans dance to remember
NEW YORK (AFP).- For 56 years, Louis Mofsie has danced with his troupe, making Native American heritage shine and ensuring that age-old steps live on, even if their tribes of origin may have forgotten them. Born in Brooklyn 82 years ago, the director of the Thunderbird American Indian Dancers -- which he founded in 1963 -- is a native New Yorker who only saw Indian reservations on trips out West. The son of a Hopi from Arizona and a Winnebago from Nebraska, he was still passionate about Native American culture as a young man, quickly looking beyond his tribal ties. "We went to different reservations, and we danced with the people and we learned the songs and we learned the dances," recalls Mofsie, who also learned from the large Mohawk community that lived in Brooklyn. "We put these all together, and then we all came back here to New York. ... More

Leading artists unite for a cross-cultural celebration of food plants
MELBOURNE.- Melbourne Museum has welcomed Mulkuṉ​ Wirrpanda and John Wolseley's exhibition Miḏawarr | Harvest to Bunjilaka Aboriginal Culture Centre. Be immersed in a vast Arnhem Land floodplain and lose yourself in a forest of bark paintings, in this ambitious and beautiful cross-cultural collaboration. Miḏawarr | Harvest: The Art of Mulkun Wirrpanda and John Wolseley, is the culmination of an extraordinary friendship between two of Australia's most distinguished senior artists; renowned landscape artist John Wolseley and the great Yolŋu artist, Mulkuṉ​ Wirrpanda. The exhibition celebrates the artist's shared passion for traditional Yolŋu (north-eastern Arnhem Land) plant use. Miḏawarr | Harvest features a specially-commissioned vast panoramic scroll painting of a floodplain (10m x 2.1m) by Wolseley, complementing 60 paintings and memorial ... More

Sharon Hayes explores the power of the spoken word in exhibition at Moderna Museet
STOCKHOLM.- From street protest to art spaces - Sharon Hayes highlights political activism on the art scene, and she is one of the most seminal voices in American contemporary art. The exhibition at Moderna Museet, featuring both early and entirely new works, is her first in Stockholm. Sharon Hayes explores the power of the spoken word - from an entirely personal voice, to urgent social activism. In her performances, photography and sound and video works, she transfers the private tone to the public domain. A central element in her works is the relationship between language, history and politics. Hayes was born in 1970 in Baltimore and is based in Philadelphia. She has a background in journalism and anthropology. Her work has been featured by major art museums, including the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York, and the Museo Reina Sofía ... More

Increased numbers, more diverse and younger-new findings on Liverpool Biennial 2018 published
LIVERPOOL.- Independent research released this week reveals a growing impact, broader demographic and increased visitor satisfaction with the programme of Liverpool Biennial in 2018. Among the key findings from the research carried out by BOP Consulting are: • The 10th edition attracted 160,730 visitors – an increase of 47% compared to 2016 – who made over 660,000 visits. More than half were first-time attendees.• The Biennial continues to play an important role in Liverpool’s status as a world-leading cultural destination. 50% of visitors in 2018 came from outside the North West of England, including 14% international visitors. • Audiences were more diverse and younger – 11.2% described their ethnicity as non-White and 38% of visitors were aged under 30, compared to 30% in 2016. • Research showed a high level of engagement and ... More

Solo exhibition of Swiss-Italian artist Cesare Lucchini's works opens at rosenfeld porcini
LONDON.- rosenfeld porcini is presenting the third solo exhibition of Swiss-Italian artist Cesare Lucchini at the gallery. ‘La Pietà’ the iconic image of Christ’s inert body being supported by the Virgin Mary is one of the most emotionally charged images in all Western Art and also one of the most moving testimonies to human compassion. ‘Compassion’ is not a word one would associate with Cesare Lucchini’s paintings, yet, for their apparent cry of desperation, they also represent a cry for kindness. The overriding theme of his works is to pose, in a highly emotional way, the question, ‘why’? Why are these people alone and abandoned? In a western world dominated by an alarming shift to the political right where any form of moderation is immediately shouted down; where episodes of racism are on the rise, Cesare Lucchini addresses the ultimate solitude inherent ... More

Exhibition brings together for the first time an overview of Melanie Manchot's series Mountainworks
BIEL.- The exhibition at Kunsthaus Pasquart brings together for the first time a comprehensive overview of Melanie Manchot’s (*1966, D) series Mountainworks which responds to the landscape, community and tourism-led economic infrastructure of the Swiss village of Engelberg. The production over ten years of both photographic and moving image works, framed by this valley, can be understood as a sustained enquiry into our complex relationship with mountains as spaces of real and imaginary exploration of our place in the world. Arising from her interest in the ways we look after the places temporarily in our care, Manchot focuses on the «back stage» and the hidden labour necessary to make mountain industry function. The video trilogy Out of Bounds (2016) follows two different groups of men whose daily work on the mountain allows tourism to function. “A” ... More

The Practical Factor in your Golf Course Maintenance
In order to build a golf course which has all the practical features, important that you go through this article which guides you through even the most specific decisions to take. There are some situations which are exclusive to a certain golf course and how to react to those is the question which determines how practical is your golf course. The points mentioned below have been composed with the supervision of experts who have been in the situations themselves. Learning from previous mistakes is what humans must do and this is exactly we are providing you with. Certain factors which influence your decision when building and maintaining it have different degrees of weights which when you understand have a lot of importance in assigning priorities. One of the examples is when you use turf equipment, which brand would be the best and how much equipment is required. The decision might not be taken o ... More

Accountants - The Backbone of any Business
When you begin looking for trustworthy and accountants for your company, you will wind up with plenty of options to pick from. Regular individuals also need accountants to assist with their taxes. The accountant might also be accountable for filing taxes for the company and reviewing past reports to create income forecasts. So, accountants should center on providing expertise and insight that the technology won't be in a position to provide. Indeed, they may be the most stereotyped profession in the world. Forensic accountants are getting more mainstream nowadays. Contrary to what most people think, accountants aren't just tax preparers. Being an accountant has some connotations which come along with it since most professions do. If you think an accountant can only assist you with taxation or bookkeeping, you're wrong for the reason which he can help you a great deal in a number of other small business aspects. Successful accountants that are women have said over and over again that ac ... More




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On a day like today, French painter Odilon Redon was born
April 20, 1840. Odilon Redon (born Bertrand-Jean Redon (April 20, 1840 - July 6, 1916) was a French symbolist painter, printmaker, draughtsman and pastellist.In this image: Odilon Redon, The beasts of the sea, round like leather bottles, (detail). Plate 22 of The Temptation of Saint Anthony, 1896. Lithograph. The Kirk Edward Long Collection, 2010.60.22. Plate size: 8-3/4" x 7-1/2".



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