Now you see them. Now you don’t. At least, that’s the way the website the Gallery of Lost Art works. The innovative, interactive collection sponsored by Tate features high-resolution images of many of the world’s lost masterpieces by some of the art world’s better-known geniuses, and will go offline in 340 days, according to a countdown clock at the bottom of the site.
The National Gallery of Art marks the 150th anniversary of the birth of Edvard Munch, Norway?s most famed painter and printmaker, with an exhibition of more than 20 renowned works from the Gallery?s collection. On view from May 19 t... Read Post
The High Museum of Art in collaboration with the Art Gallery of Ontario is organizing a major exhibition of work by Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera, the two central figures of Mexican Modernism. The exhibition ?Frida & Diego: Passion, ... Read Post