No one should complain that My Country; a work in progress is a grim night out. It’s rare for a… See the full story of Royal prerogative on The Spectator.
As we know from all those newspaper articles and actress interviews, there’s a scandalous lack of high-profile British TV dramas… See the full story of Beyond belief on The Spectator.
There was a nasty sound of pens being sharpened last week as Royal Ballet runaway Sergei Polunin prepared to unveil… See the full story of Bravura bling on The Spectator.
Two films for you this week, one of which is surprisingly good and one of which does not surprise in… See the full story of Hide and seek on The Spectator.
Manet, Degas, Monet, Cézanne, van Gogh, Gauguin? the Glyptotek?s collection of French painting contains works by some of the greatest figures in art, just as it covers one of the most hectic epochs in art history. With over 200 works the exhibition displays the artistic diversity which developed in France in the years 1800-1950. Show More Summary
This book may have much to admire on the micro level, but the experience of the whole leaves a lot to be desired. The post Zora Neale Hurston’s Life in Comics, Overdue but Awkwardly Drawn appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Modern, Post-War and Contemporary prints, including works by Pablo Picasso, Joan Miró, Marc Chagall, Andy Warhol, Keith Haring, Jasper Johns, Roy Lichtenstein and many others, will be available at Heritage Auctions' April 10 Modern & Contemporary Prints & Multiples Signature Auction. Show More Summary
Though the exhibition is a little bit all over the map, there are some real gems to be found here. The post An Eclectic Assortment of Collages, Cut from Context and Pasted Together appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Swedish artist Nathalia Edenmont?s second U.S. exhibition, ?Fruitfulness,? opens on March 23 and continues through May 5. Included are fourteen monumental photographs, portraits of women with dresses constructed of fruits and vegetables, created over the last three years. Show More Summary
hulyaozdemir: “this can turn around“ (3040 watercolour on paper) hülya özdemir
The World Chess Hall of Fame (WCHOF) in Saint Louis proudly debuts an innovative new exhibition, The Imagery of Chess: Saint Louis Artists, on Thursday, March 23, with a special public opening reception from 6-8 p.m. The exhibit will be on view through September 24, 2017. Show More Summary
Art Basel and UBS today launched the first Art Basel and UBS Global Art Market Report. The Art Market 2017 analyzes today's international art market. Written by renowned cultural economist Dr Clare McAndrew, Founder of Arts Economics,...Show More Summary
The Greek Orthodox, Armenian, and Franciscan communities today unveiled the restoration of the Edicule surrounding the Tomb of Christ, inside the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. ?This is a historic moment of collaboration between the major...Show More Summary
It's a breathtaking view and you can almost smell the lavender: visitors to Rome can now stroll through Emperor Nero's Golden House and sumptuous gardens thanks to a new virtual tour. Only a section remains of the vast landscaped palace...Show More Summary
Painting prodigies all three, the Le Nain brothers were some of the most important French artists of the 17th century, along with Nicolas Poussin and Georges de La Tour. Their paintings have been purchased by significant historical figures such as Catherine the Great of Russia, and are now sought after by the major international museums. Show More Summary
On Monday 27 March, PostNL will issue the De Stijl Centennial stamp sheetlet, celebrating this influential 20th century Dutch art movement. The stamps feature iconic works by Theo van Doesburg, Piet Mondriaan, Cornelis van Eesteren, Gerrit Rietveld and J.J.P. Show More Summary
The Museum of Modern Art launches the massive open online course In the Studio: Postwar Abstract Painting, available now on Coursera. This course offers an in-depth, hands-on look at the materials, techniques, and approaches of seven...Show More Summary
Secretive British street artist Banksy's hotel next to Israel's separation wall welcomed its first guests on Monday, two weeks after its surprise launch. The Walled-Off Hotel in Bethlehem is only four metres (yards) from the controversial wall which cuts through the occupied West Bank, and all the rooms face it. Show More Summary
Nailya Alexander Gallery presents Alexey Titarenko: The City is a Novel, on view Wednesday, March 22 through Saturday, May 20. Born in 1962 in Leningrad, now St. Petersburg, Alexey Titarenko has been taking photographs for over thirty years, in four major cities: St. Show More Summary
A fire during restoration works has caused serious damage to an historic 15th century Ottoman mosque in Didymoteicho, northeastern Greece, local officials said Wednesday. "For the moment there is no indication that arson was involved," Nathanail Rigas, head firefighter of the Thrace region bordering Turkey, told AFP. Show More Summary