The FLAG Art Foundation presents Etel Adnan | Gerhard Richter on its 9th floor gallery from January 19 ? May 13, 2017. The exhibition initiates a conversation between two masters of contemporary painting, from the vastly different backgrounds of Beirut and Germany. Show More Summary
Today, Paddle8 Inc. announces an agreement in principle to support a fully-funded buy back of the Paddle8 brand and business from Berlin-based parent company Auctionata Paddle8 AG, sponsored by a market-leading investor group and supported by the management team. Show More Summary
?This monumental collage painting is a landmark addition to our collection,? said Alex Nyerges, VMFA Director. ?Three Folk Musicians bolsters our effort to represent a diverse range of cultures in our galleries and allows us to explore...Show More Summary
Marianne Boesky Gallery announced that it will open Boesky West, a new project space in Aspen on March 8, 2017. The 3,000 square-foot building, originally the cabin of late 1800s photographer James ?Horsethief? Kelly, was reimagined and designed by Selldorf Architects and executed in cooperation with local architecture firm David Johnston Architects. Show More Summary
The Speed Art Museum announced today that Erika Holmquist-Wall will become Chief Curator on January 30, succeeding Scott Erbes, who held the title since 2013. Erbes wishes to return to his first love at the Speed, the museum?s extensive...Show More Summary
Rosenberg & Co. presents Beatrice Mandelman And The Sixties, an exhibition dedicated to Beatrice Mandelman's works from the 1960s. At the time, Beatrice Mandelman and her husband Louis Ribak were at the epicenter of a group of artists in Taos, New Mexico known as the Taos Moderns. Show More Summary
Howard Schatz is an award-winning photographer who has received international acclaim for his portrait photography and work in various genres including studies of dancers, athletes, and underwater imagery. The photographs of Howard Schatz...Show More Summary
You don?t have to be a millionaire to get into motorbike collecting and if you buy wisely there are bikes which are great investments and which will only appreciate in value say H&H Classics, one of the UK?s leading classic car and bike auction houses. Show More Summary
Today, The Studio Museum in Harlem announced the appointment of Connie H. Choi to the position of Associate Curator, Permanent Collection. Choi, currently Assistant Curator of American Art at the Brooklyn Museum, will begin work at the Studio Museum on February 6, 2017. Show More Summary
The Capitol Theatre is being revitalized in downtown Flint, Michigan, serving as an economic and cultural engine for the city and region. Through the restoration of its ornate John Eberson design and upgrades to its facilities, the Theatre...Show More Summary
Are rabbits environmentally destructive or the source of whimsy and delight? Amanda Parer?s public art installation, Intrude, brings both concepts to light in the spectacle-sized work that has traveled across North America. Intrude makes its next stop at the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art, where it is now on view January 18 ? 29. Show More Summary
This extraordinary and breathtaking image of a space walk, above, is just one of a group of 22 large-format photographs from various NASA missions, dating from 1965 to the 1980s, being offered as a single lot in Swann Auction Galleries? Icons & Images: Photographs & Photobooks sale on February 14. Show More Summary
On view until 7 May 2017, Hauser & Wirth Somerset presents a major solo exhibition of sculpture by the late Elisabeth Frink. The exhibition ?Transformation? comprises a selection of Frink?s distinctive bronzes produced in the 1950s and 1960s, alongside a series of drawings that highlight the artist?s skill as a draughtsman. Show More Summary
An exhibition of remarkable classical figure drawings and mural studies by Hans Feibusch (1898?1998) opened in Pallant House Gallery?s De?Longhi Print Room this January. The German émigré artist, who was dubbed a 'Degenerate artist' by the Nazis, settled in England in 1933 and became Britain's most prolific specialist in mural painting in churches. Show More Summary
Artists, poets and philosophers have not paid much attention to Milton Keynes …although comedians have. This urban experiment has been… See the full story of Ideal homes on The Spectator.
The Barbican website warns us that Ligeti’s opera Le grand macabre ‘contains very strong language and adult themes’. The strong… See the full story of Death rattle on The Spectator.
The Kite Runner, a novel by Khaled Hosseini, has sold more than 30 million copies worldwide. Now it arrives on… See the full story of Remembrance of things past on The Spectator.
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This week the Southbank Centre began its ‘Belief and Beyond Belief’ festival — a series of concerts and talks claiming… See the full story of Safe and sound on The Spectator.