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The Canadian Photography Institute inaugurates its new permanent space

4 hours agoArts : Artdaily

The National Gallery of Canada?s Director and CEO, Marc Mayer, and the Director of the Canadian Photography Institute, Luce Lebart, officially opened the Institute?s dedicated galleries today in the presence of representatives from Scotiabank ? the Institute?s Founding Partner ? and the National Gallery of Canada Foundation. Show More Summary

Key works by Caspar Netscher, Herman Saftleven, and Emil Nolde acquired by the National Gallery of Art

yesterdayArts : Artdaily

At the September meeting of the board of trustees, the National Gallery of Art acquired a stunning genre painting by Caspar Netscher (1639?1684), a charming landscape painting by Herman Saftleven (c. 1609?1685), and two expressive drawings by Emil Nolde (1867?1956). Show More Summary

"Hot, Hotter, Hottest: 300 Years of New Jersey Ceramics" on view at the Newark Museum

2 days agoArts : Artdaily

On October 22, the Newark Museum opened its first-ever permanent gallery celebrating the extraordinary history of ceramics production in the state of New Jersey. Installed within the ?House & Home? galleries in the National HistoricShow More Summary

kittyinva: Kittyinva: 1925 Bronze “Diana and the Hound” by...

2 days agoArts / Art History : Old Paint

kittyinva: Kittyinva: 1925 Bronze “Diana and the Hound” by Paul Manship. At the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.

dappledwithshadow: The Work TablePierre Bonnard - 1926...

3 days agoArts / Art History : Old Paint

dappledwithshadow: The Work Table Pierre Bonnard - 1926 National Gallery of Art - Washington DC (United States) Painting - oil on canvas Height: 121.9 cm (47.99 in.), Width: 91.4 cm (35.98 in.)

Photo Gallery: Backpacking in Grand Teton National Park

4 days agoFitness / Hiking : SoCal Hiker

Grand Teton National Park frequently shows up on lists of favorite backpacking treks, and in particular the 32-mile Teton Crest Trail. Last week I traveled to Jackson, Wyoming for a conference, but before the work — I met up with another...Show More Summary

"Viktor & Rolf: Fashion Artists" opens at the National Gallery of Victoria

4 days agoArts : Artdaily

The spectacular and avant-garde creations of international luxury fashion house, Viktor & Rolf, are showcased in this world-first exhibition developed in collaboration with the National Gallery of Victoria. Viktor & Rolf: Fashion Artists,...Show More Summary

Black and Suga: Celebrated Scottish and Japanese artists shown together for the first time

4 days agoArts : Artdaily

The work of two internationally renowned artists ? one Scottish and one from Japan ? has been brought together for the first time in a new exhibition at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art this autumn. Karla Black and KishioShow More Summary

Emil Nolde: “Poppies.” by Peter

5 days agoArts / Art History : Old Paint

Emil Nolde: “Poppies.” by Peter Via Flickr: Emil Nolde: "Poppies." From the exhibition "Emil Nolde. Jakten pÃ¥ det autentiske" at the National Gallery in Oslo, Norway. October 10, 2012. Emil Nolde was a German-Danish painter and printmaker. Show More Summary

Yumi Ashigaru Stormtrooper, Samurai Iron Man Mark 3 Among Cool New Tamashii Nations Figures!

Bluefin has released first look galleries for an impressive array of new action figures from Tamashii Nations, including Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, Suicide Squad, Iron Man (above), Star Wars, Dougram, Gundam And Saint Seiya. These incredibly detailed figures will be released in early 2017 but pre-orders are being taken now. Show More Summary

monvga: Bartolome Esteban Murillo (Spanish, 1617-1682), A...

monvga: Bartolome Esteban Murillo (Spanish, 1617-1682), A Young Man with a Basket of Fruit (Personification of ‘Summer’), about 1640-50, National Galleries Scotland, Edinburgh

Most Depressing Meeting Ever? The Empty Corcoran Hosts A Summit To Talk About Where It All Went Wrong

“The bare walls of the gallery — where priceless American paintings were long displayed — reflected the mournful tone of the discussion about the museum and school. In 2014, a District judge approved a deal that gave the National Gallery of Art custody of the museum’s 17,000-piece collection and George Washington University control of its […]

Taiwanese-American artist Lee Mingwei creates participatory installation at the National Gallery of Victoria

last weekArts : Artdaily

Tens of thousands of flowers will be gifted between strangers as part of Taiwanese-American artist Lee Mingwei?s The Moving Garden, opening at the National Gallery of Victoria on 15 October 2016. Lee is internationally recognised asShow More Summary

Hilarious Photos That Imagine Figures in Old Paintings Snapping Selfies

Old paintings become hilarious selfies in Olivia Muus new series called Museum of Selfies — which we first spotted on Honestly WTF. “This is a project that started when my friend aka right hand and I went to the National Gallery of Denmark in Copenhagen,” writes Muus on her Tumblr. “I took a picture for fun […]

Portrait gallery acquires photographs saved from King's Cross warehouse demolition

last weekArts : Artdaily

The National Portrait Gallery has acquired a group of portraits of leading British cultural figures photographed in the 1990s - including Daniel Day-Lewis, Damon Albarn, Alan Bennett, Tilda Swinton, Bob Geldof and Salman Rushdie. They have been saved from destruction after being rescued from a condemned warehouse in King?s Cross. Show More Summary

For First Time Since Civil War, Beirut’s National Museum Has All Its Galleries Open

“The National Museum of Beirut, which stood on the deadly Green Line during the Lebanese civil war, has reopened fully to the public after more than 40 years. On 7 October, [dignitaries] inaugurated the restored basement galleries dedicated to Lebanon’s ancient funerary art.”

The National Gallery of Denmark presents a series of new paintings by Sergej Jensen

last weekArts : Artdaily

Sergej Jensen is born in Denmark in 1973. He grew up in Germany and went to art school there. Today he lives and works in Berlin and New York. Despite the Danish roots and the international recognition he has not yet had a solo exhibition at a Danish museum. Show More Summary

Washington’s National Gallery Unveils A Spruced-up East Building

“Although the improved East Building wasn’t exactly swamped its debut weekend, oddly angled tower rooms make sharing the space with culturally curious strangers a strenuous exercise in loving one’s fellow man.”

As a new Caravaggio exhibition opens at London's National Gallery here's how you can follow in the artist's footsteps in Rome and Naples

The National Gallery's new show in London reveals the impact of Caravaggio's art. Go to Rome and Naples and you can see his dramatic, astonishing works in the places for which they were designed.

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