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Met Museum's Great Hall Store to become gallery

The Great Hall at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, in New York, July 10, 2021. A renovation will create more exhibition space at the museum for the popular Costume Institute show as well as a new store and restaurant at the plaza level. (George Etheredge/The New York Times

by Robin Pogrebin

NEW YORK, NY.- In an attempt to modernize how visitors experience its 19th-century building, the Metropolitan Museum of Art is planning to turn the large store off its Great Hall into an 11,500-square-foot gallery for its blockbuster Costume Institute exhibitions and to transform an entrance underneath the main staircase into a retail space and restaurant that will be open to the public even when the museum is closed. “How visitors and local communities interact with cultural institutions has changed dramatically over the past few years,” Max Hollein, the museum’s director and CEO, said in a letter to his staff on Monday. “This project presents an opportunity for us to invest even more in the visitor experience.” Fundraising for the effort — estimated at more than $50 million — is to be led by Anna Wintour, the editor of Vogue and global editorial director of Condé Nast. Wintour has spearheaded the Costume Instit ... More

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Fashion and sport: An ideal match?   Motherwell's artistic practice explored in exibition that includes 30 drawings, collages, prints, and print folios   Art world discovery: Roman torso from collection that yielded da Vinci's Salvator Mundi

A display of outfits created especially for participating in sports includes tennis designs by René Lacoste, such as the short-sleeve polo shirt, in the exhibition “Fashion and Sports: From One Podium to Another” at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris. (Christophe Delliere via The New York Times)

by Elizabeth Paton

NEW YORK, NY.- With Paris gearing up to host the 2024 Olympics — and with 150 million euros worth of sponsorship by LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton — it is little wonder that some of the museums in the French capital are exploring the growing intersection of fashion and sports. “La Mode En Mouvement,” or ”Fashion and Movement,” which opened at the Palais Galliera in June, is scheduled through Sept. 7, 2025. And “Mode et Sport: D’un Podium à L’Autre,” or “Fashion and Sports: From One Podium to Another,” was unveiled last week at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs and runs through April 7. “Fashion and sports are linked because both can play a huge role in shaping our sense of self,” said Sophie Lemahieu, head of the fashion and textiles collections at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs and curator of the “Fashion and Sports” show. “Both worlds also have a particular focus on the shaping and honing of the body, as well as a mut ... More

Robert Motherwell (American, 1915–1991), America—La France Variations III, 1984. Lithograph and collage on paper, 48/70, 48 x 30 ¾ in. Bruce Museum, Purchase with funds donated by Homer and Coverly Reese, 2001.03. © 2023 Dedalus Foundation, Inc. / Licensed by Artists Rights Society (ARS), NY.

GREENWICH, CT.- The Bruce Museum in Greenwich, CT currently presents Robert Motherwell and Multiplicity, an exhibition that explores the deep significance of reproduction across Motherwell’s artistic practice. The exhibition showcases approximately 30 drawings, collages, prints, and print folios, featuring works from the Bruce Museum’s permanent collection and loans from the Dedalus Foundation and private collections in Europe and the United States. The exhibition is guest curated by Dr. Jennifer Cohen, Director of Curatorial Affairs, Dalí Museum. Although Robert Motherwell (American, 1915–1991) is best known for the defining role he played in the Abstract Expressionist movement of postwar American painting, he also made significant contributions to the world of printmaking. Throughout his career Motherwell explored the medium as a means of artistic expression, often collaborating with master printers to realize his artistic visio ... More

Roman torso. 1st century BC-1st century AD. Estimate: $150,000 - $300,000.

ALEXANDRIA, VA.- The Sir Francis Cook Collection that gave the art world a painting that went on to achieve $450 million at auction, the highest price ever paid for a work of art, has turned out another discovery – this time, an ancient Roman torso, also found in an unknown private American collection. It will be offered at the Potomack Company auction house Oct. 4. Bids may be placed now through Oct. 4. Like the much publicized Salvator Mundi painting by Leonardo da Vinci, the subject of several documentaries, the marble torso had been in the collection of wealthy British textile magnate Sir Francis Cook (1817-1901), who amassed an art and antiquities collection said to rival the collections of Henry Clay Frick (Frick Collection) and Henry Walters (The Walters Art Gallery) In 1849, Cook bought the 18th century Doughty House in London to house his growing collectio ... More

Asia Society Museum presents 'Meiji Modern: Fifty Years of New Japan'   Everard's Oct. 17-18 auction features estate-fresh fine & decorative art   The Vancouver Art Gallery opens "Emily Carr: A Room of Her Own"

Oshima Tokusaburō and Katsuyama Shigetarō (active ca. 1890s), Portrait of Imperial Couple (Portrait of the Noble Visages of the Empire), 1890. Lithograph. Private collection.

NEW YORK, NY.- Asia Society will now be presenting Meiji Modern: Fifty Years of New Japan. This exhibition reevaluates a seminal era of turmoil, creativity, and transformation in Japan spanning the mid-nineteenth to early-twentieth centuries. Comprising over 80 works—including paintings, prints, photographs, sculptural works, and objects in various media, such as enamel, lacquer, embroidery, and textiles—this exhibition presents some of the finest examples of Meiji-period artworks in American collections, both public and private. Arranged around traditional Japanese motifs, such as the sea and nature, Buddhist deities, beauties, and mythical animals, Meiji Modern highlights these themes as they are transformed by the introduction of newly imported techniques, materials, and objects, surprising the viewer with works of technical virtuosity, ... More

Richard MacDonald (American, b. 1946-), ‘The Flair,’ bronze depicting gymnast. Estimate $5,000-$7,000.

SAVANNAH, GA.- Everard Auctions’ Oct. 17-18, 2023 Fall Sale features an outstanding array of fine and decorative art from prestigious Southeastern estates and collections. The selection includes French and American Impressionist paintings, Southern art and maps; sterling silver, a collection of modern ceramics, Asian art, jewelry, antiquities, and monumental porcelain, cloisonne and jade from a Hilton Head Island, SC estate. An atmospheric oil painting by Edouard Leon Cortes (French, 1882-1969) titled Porte St. Denis Snow 1905 comes to auction with a $15,000-$20,000 estimate. The work has been authenticated by Vicki Arnot of Arnot Gallery in New York City and will be included in Nicole Verdier’s upcoming supplement to the Edouard Cortes, Catalogue Raisonne, Part III. The son of Antonio Cortes, a painter for the Spanish Royal Court, the younger Cortes studied at Ecole des Beaux-Arts and later gained renown for his paintings of Parisian cit ... More

Emily Carr, Untitled (Self-portrait), 1924–25 (detail), oil on paperboard, Collection of the Vancouver Art Gallery, Emily Carr Trust.

VANCOUVER.- The Vancouver Art Gallery launched a yearlong exhibition with highlights from the permanent collection of Emily Carr paintings. Emily Carr: A Room of Her Own explores the intersection between celebrated Canadian artist Emily Carr and the Vancouver Art Gallery. Visitors will have the opportunity to explore key biographical moments in Carr’s life alongside significant exhibitions, acquisitions and conservation efforts organized at the Gallery. The exhibition presents a selection of Carr’s paintings drawn from the Gallery’s comprehensive collection of 252 works of art, the most important collection of Carr’s art in the world. The Gallery’s holdings offer a full range of Carr’s artistic production, including her watercolours, canvases, oil on paper works, charcoal drawings, ceramics and textiles. Especially rich in works on paper from the 1930s, this exhibition features a rotating selection of approx ... More

'Alvar Aalto in Germany: Drawing Modernism' opens at the Museum for Architectural Drawing Berlin   Thaddaeus Ropac now represents Heemin Chung   Sworders to auction bronze linking two titans of 20th-century British art

The drawings presented in this exhibition chronicle the relationship which Alvar Aalto fostered with Germany and German architectural culture from his youth to his death.

BERLIN.- The exhibition Alvar Aalto in Germany: Drawing Modernism at the Museum for Architectural Drawing, presented in collaboration with the Alvar Aalto Foundation in Finland, sets on display over 70 original drawings by the renowned Finnish architects Alvar Aalto (1898–1976) and Elissa Aalto (1922–1994) and their practice. Spanning works from the 1950s, when Alvar Aalto was summoned to contribute to the vast (re)construction efforts that followed the Second World War, to the 1980s, when Elissa Aalto boldly brought to completion major projects that were left unfinished upon her husband’s death in 1976, the exhibition features original drawings of the office’s fourteen projects in Germany, both realised and unrealised. The six realised projects comprise three dyads: one ... More

Heemin Chung, Distant Calling, 2022. Acrylic, oil, inkjet transferred gel medium on canvas, 223 x 190 cm (87.8 x 74.8 in).

NEW YORK, NY.- Thaddaeus Ropac has welcomed Heemin Chung to the gallery and will represent her globally. Born in South Korea, Heemin Chung currently lives and works in Seoul. Her work was first exhibited with the gallery in gallery’s Seoul space earlier this year in the group exhibition Myths of Our Time. Her first solo exhibition with Thaddaeus Ropac will take place in London in November 2024. Through our gallery in Seoul it has been wonderful to establish relationships with the Korean artistic community, and Heemin Chung is an artist who stood out to us with her individual visual language of ethereal abstraction. Exploring how digital images can metamorphose in painting and sculpture in intricate and exquisite ways, her work investigates the role of technology in society and how it has shaped contemporary approaches to art. We can't ... More

Sir Jacob Epstein KBE (American/British, 1880-1959), bronze bust of Kathleen ‘Kitty’ Garman.

STANSTED MOUNTFICHET.- A bronze bust that unites two titans of British 20th-century art – sculptor Sir Jacob Epstein KBE (American/British, 1880-1959) and the painter Lucian Freud OM CH (German/British, 1922-2011) – will be auctioned at Sworders auction house on October 17. Epstein’s 27-inch/68cm-high portrait of Freud – the Berlin-born painter and draftsman who went on to become one of England’s foremost 20th-century portraitists – is a top highlight of Sworders’ Modern British and Contemporary Art Auction. Its pre-sale estimate is £50,000-£70,000 ($60,940-$85,330). Epstein’s full bust portrait of Freud was created in 1947, the same year the young artist married Epstein’s daughter, Kathleen “Kitty” Garman. A plaster version of the bust of Freud is held in the collection of the Allen Memorial Art Museum in Oberlin, Ohio, but the auction example is thought to be a unique iteration cast in gilded bronz ... More

Varvara Roza Galleries and The Blender Gallery present Ioannis Lassithiotakis 'Ideal Lines'   Smithsonian American Art Museum unveils reinstalled Modern & Contemporary Galleries   'El Echo de Picasso' organised by the FABA foundation in honor of the Picasso Celebration is now on view

Ioannis Lassithiotakis, Captivity.

LONDON.- Varvara Roza Galleries and The Blender Gallery are now presenting “Ideal Lines”, the first major UK solo exhibition by the renowned artist Ioannis Lassithiotakis. The exhibition will take place at Gallery 8, 8 Duke Street, St. James’s, Mayfair, until 23rd October. In his exhibition “Ideal Lines”, Ioannis Lassithiotakis presents mainly large-scale works, austere in their rendering and focused on the conceptual and aesthetic importance of monochrome surfaces on which a primordial, archetypal element of human expression is often inscribed: the line. The works on show come in two series: in one the paint is spread on the surface in an abstract manner to produce pious monochromatic rites; the other series seems to be defined by drawing, with the outline sometimes surrounding the entire canvas or elsewhere, with large shapes of black and whi ... More

Installation view.

WASHINGTON, DC.- The Smithsonian American Art Museum reopened its modern and contemporary galleries with a new installation of its permanent collection that freshly examines the explosion of possibility in American art between the 1940s and today. Artists using new materials and techniques—and inspired by the social, cultural and technological changes around them—are featured in “American Voices and Visions: Modern and Contemporary Art.” This is the initial phase of a multiyear renewal and reinstallation of the museum’s permanent collection galleries slated for overall completion in 2026 in honor of America’s semiquincentennial. The reopening of the modern and contemporary galleries is the first reinterpretation of its holdings since the museum’s National Historic Landmark building reopened in 2006 after ... More

Brian Calvin (1969) Fiore [Flowers], 2023 Acrylic on canvas, 101.6 × 81.3 cm. ChanWoo Son collection – Courtesy of the artist and Almine Rech. © Brian Calvin - Courtesy of the Artist and Almine Rech.

MALAGA.- Starting today through March 2024 the Museo Picasso Málaga is presenting the exhibition The Echo of Picasso. Pablo Picasso made use of an enormous range of styles while his exceptional influence on 20th-century art has lasted into the 21st century. In addition to Cubism, his principal contribution to modern art was the freedom that characterises every aspect of his painting, sculpture and graphic work. There is wide-ranging consensus regarding Picasso’s profound impact on the art world, allowing it to be said that no previous artist attracted followers and admirers on a comparable mass scale, in addition to critics. Curated by Eric Troncy, the exhibition focuses on this effect of Picasso’s artistic practices on today’s world and above all ... More

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NYU Abu Dhabi Art Gallery to unveil new works by sculptor and artist-researcher Blane De St. Croix
NEW YORK, NY.- The NYU Abu Dhabi Art Gallery’s fall exhibition, Blane De St. Croix: Horizon, is opening today, unveiling a series of newly commissioned sculptures responding to the UAE’s landscape. The artist has spent the last year studying the UAE’s natural environment as part of a residency at The NYUAD Art Gallery, in the lead up to COP28, which will take place later this year in the UAE. He worked closely with faculty and interviewed resident scientists and scholars, producing a series of interview films to accompany the exhibition. For his first exhibition in the Gulf, The NYU Abu Dhabi Art Gallery has commissioned four major new works. One of these is Salt Lake Excerpt, a project that was developed in collaboration with NYUAD Arts Professor of Theater Joanna Settle. Together, the two artists are creating a 150-square-meter ... More

Langson IMCA presents new exhibition 'Bohemian of the Arroyo Seco: Idah Meacham Strobridge'
IRVINE, CA.- UCI Jack and Shanaz Langson Institute and Museum of California Art have just opened a new exhibition featuring the work of influential artists who were part of a creative community active in the early 1900s along the banks of the Arroyo Seco in Los Angeles County, California. Bohemian of the Arroyo Seco: Idah Meacham Strobridge is the first exhibition exploring the impact this pioneering gallerist and writer had on the development of Los Angeles culture during this period. A well-known author, accomplished bookbinder, rancher, and miner when she settled in the Arroyo Seco in 1901, Idah Meacham Strobridge (1855𑁒1932) became a pivotal figure in the area's burgeoning community of free spirits and cultural entrepreneurs. In her expansive residence, Strobridge operated a bookbindery, Artemisia Bindery, as well as one of the area’s first art galleries from 1905 to 1910. Her Little Corner of Local Art gallery provided critical exposure for rising talents, and her home beca ... More

'Everything Ahead of Us' - opened to coincide with Berlin Art Week 2023, on view until end of October
BERLIN.- In the framework of Berlin Art Week, Persons Projects is delighted to present the first solo exhibition of young Polish painter Marcin Jasik, last year’s winner of the international STRABAG Award of Recognition. His abstract paintings carry their own visual literacy, which he then reduces through his own aesthetic filter to create a feeling of open spatiality. They emit a sense of lightness in how he utilizes an effortless score of gestures and strokes through a series of applied lines and shapes to create a state of ocular tensions. Jasik builds up his reduced narrative by using thin layers of paint and acrylics to choreograph his own synaptic compositions in his visual pursuit of what’s essential, the essence behind what we see but feel. His paintings float somewhere between a pale John Zurier and a reduced Antonio Tapies ... More

At fall for dance, meeting enthusiasm with mediocrity
NEW YORK, NY.- Part of the promise of New York City Center’s Fall for Dance festival, now in its 20th season, has been to lure new audiences to dance. In that spirit, Michael Rosenberg, the theater’s new president and CEO, has been making curtain speeches before this year’s performances, asking first-timers in the house to make some noise, then celebrating the big, raucous response as the sound of the future of live performance. I celebrate that sound too. By keeping ticket prices low ($20 these days), the festival seems to keep bringing people in. But watching the first two of this year’s five programs, I was disheartened by what those people were being shown. And not for the first time. Along with a welcome variety of styles, the festival’s sampler programs have always featured a frustrating range of quality. Thinking ... More

Gallery Wendi Norris exhibiting 'Alice Rahon and Ranu Mukherjee: Time Warriors' in New York until October 7th
NEW YORK, NY.- Time Warriors is Gallery Wendi Norris’s second offsite exhibition in New York following Leonora Carrington: The Story of the Last Egg in 2019. The exhibition furthers the gallery's decades long commitment to presenting modern and contemporary artworks in conversation. The themes and concerns alive in the work of Ranu Mukherjee and Alice Rahon cross generational boundaries and offer viewers the opportunity to consider ideas rooted in nature, materiality, and transcendence. Alice Rahon and Ranu Mukherjee: Time Warriors presents artworks that examine issues of migration and identities, our changing landscapes and environmental concerns, across history and into the future. ... More

Landmark African American art gift donated to Telfair Museums
SAVANNAH, GA .- Telfair Museums in Savannah, GA, announced a major acquisition of works by Black artists from the collection of Dr. Walter O. and Linda Evans. The Evanses are donating 30 works to the South’s oldest public art museum, including historical and contemporary paintings, prints, drawings, photographs, and sculptures by leading figures in the field of African American art. “This donation by Walter and Linda Evans represents the single most transformative gift to Telfair’s permanent collection in the museum’s history,” says Director and CEO Ben Simons. “We are deeply grateful to Walter and Linda for their visionary generosity, and their vote of confidence in Telfair’s future. The Evans Collection gift aligns perfectly with our strategic goal to embrace and to fully represent our community.” Dr. Evans, a Savannah-born surgeon, began ... More

Ink Asia 2023: Integrating art and technology: Celebrating the premier ink art event of the year 5-8 October
HONG KONG.- With support from the "Mega Arts and Cultural Event Fund," INK ASIA returns to the public eye this autumn after a three-year hiatus. As the pioneering art fair dedicated to ink art, INK ASIA 2023 will present the city with a world-renowned initiative that celebrates niche and exquisite ink art. The event will feature a series of captivating exhibitions, public installations, ink art events, and educational activities, taking viewers on a journey through the evolution of ink art from its ancient roots to its contemporary expressions. INK ASIA 2023 will be held at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre from Thursday 5 October to Sunday 8 October 2023, with a VIP Preview on Wednesday, 4 October 2023. INK ASIA, the first-ever art fair specialising in ink art, was successfully inaugurated in 2015. INK ASIA aims to promote ... More

Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2023 launches at Grundy Art Gallery
BLACKPOOL.- Launched in Blackpool at Grundy Art Gallery, Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2023 exhibition features 55 of the UK’s most exciting artists emerging from art schools and alternative peer-to-peer learning programmes. With works selected by internationally renowned artists Helen Cammock, Sunil Gupta and Heather Phillipson through an open call, the resulting exhibition provides a distinctive snapshot of current artistic concerns and approaches spanning a breadth of disciplines. Kiera Blakey, Director of New Contemporaries said, “The 2023 exhibition marks New Contemporaries first time in Blackpool, and an opportunity to intersect with the locations’ rich cultural history, offering new perspectives from emerging voices. This year’s exhibition brings together a unique breadth of ideas and approaches that captures the most pressing ... More

An ancient city, now in ruins, struggles to keep its soul
ANTAKYA.- The businessperson fondly recalled his bakery and cafe in the ancient Turkish city of Antakya, where his staff made bread, cakes and cookies and locals gathered for breakfast, coffee and ice cream. It vanished in February, lost when the two powerful earthquakes that struck southern Turkey heavily damaged the building that housed it and left most of the neighborhood uninhabitable. Seven months later, the business is back, but greatly reduced. In a cramped, shipping-container-shaped box plopped in a dusty spot next to a highway, the baker, Caner Aris, and two colleagues now prepare a small selection of goods and welcome guests at a rickety table out front. They plan to remain here, Aris said, until some part of their hometown shows enough life to support a larger patisserie. “If there is a developing neighborhood ... More

Miller & Miller announces Online-Only Folk-Art Auction, October 14th
NEW HAMBURG.- Once again, it will be the acclaimed Canadian artist Maud Lewis (1903-1980) who will take center stage in Miller & Miller Auctions, Ltd.’s upcoming online-only Folk-Art auction scheduled for Saturday, October 14th, starting at 9 am Eastern time. Only this time she’ll be sharing the spotlight with other artists who also hailed from Nova Scotia. They include Joe Norris (1924-1996), Joe Sleep (1914-1978), and Richard “Lynn” Seaboyer (1936-2018). Other noteworthy Canadian folk artists will also be featured in the 269-lot sale, with categories that include carvings and sculptures, paintings and drawings, and walking sticks. For anyone interested in Canadian folk art, this is an important auction that’s not to be missed. “This auction is focused primarily on folk art from the post-1950s time period and will feature a wide cross-section ... More

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