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Fantasy Architecture: First Exhibition Dedicated to Jean-Jacques Lequeu

Fantasy Architecture: First Exhibition Dedicated to Jean-Jacques Lequeu

The first exhibition entirely dedicated to Jean-Jacques Lequeu and his fantasy architecture on paper takes place in the Petit Palais, City of Paris Fine Art Museum. Very little is known about bizarre draughtsman and architect Jean-Jacques Lequeu (1757-1826). He was ...

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Art Digest: Notable News of the First Half of February 2019

Art Digest: Notable News of the First Half of February 2019

We present you a digest of resonant news of the art world of the first half of February 2019. Marina Abramović will arrange the first-ever digital performance The first news from our art digest concerns a performance queen Marina Abramović. The ...

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Sotheby’s Auction Results: Triumph of Female Artists

Sotheby’s Auction Results: Triumph of Female Artists

The central theme of Sotheby’s auction of classical art held in New York, which in total brought the auction house $99.8 million, was a selection of art works of female artists. A small exhibition titled “The Triumph of a Woman” ...

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“Heroines + Heroes” – The Exhibition of Botticelli’s Art Works

“Heroines + Heroes” – The Exhibition of Botticelli’s Art Works

A small exhibition of Botticelli’s art works titled “Heroines + Heroes” at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston is the first demonstration of the revolutionary narrative paintings of the Early Renaissance artist Sandro Botticelli, who is known for such ...

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Extensive Collection of Rembrandt’s Canvas Art Works

Extensive Collection of Rembrandt’s Canvas Art Works

The Rijksmuseum for the first time will bring together in one exhibition all Rembrandt’s canvas art works from its collection. The project in honor of the 350th anniversary of the artist’s death will present a rare opportunity to see the ...

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The Nightmare Art of Dorothea Tanning: Surrealistic Creations

The Nightmare Art of Dorothea Tanning: Surrealistic Creations

The Tate Modern art gallery in London opens the first large-scale exhibition in a quarter of a century of American surrealist artist Dorothea Tanning. The exhibition will include 100 art works covering her entire seventy-year career – from mysterious paintings ...

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Post-Impressionist Paintings by Pierre Bonnard at the Tate Modern

Post-Impressionist Paintings by Pierre Bonnard at the Tate Modern

The famous Tate Modern in London holds the largest exhibition of art works by the French post-impressionist Pierre Bonnard, titled “The Colour of Memory.” More than a hundred vibrant paintings created from 1912 to 1947 were brought together from museums ...

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The Best Portraits of The BP Portrait Award 2018 Were Presented in Scotland

The Best Portraits of The BP Portrait Award 2018 Were Presented in Scotland

The exhibition includes 48 outstanding art works, led with a picture of the winner of “An Angel At My Table” by Miriam Escofet. The BP Portrait Award is one of the most prestigious art competitions in the world. In 2018, ...

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Renaissance and Contemporary Art: Bill Viola and Michelangelo Exhibition

Renaissance and Contemporary Art: Bill Viola and Michelangelo Exhibition

The Royal Academy of Arts in London has recently opened the exhibition titled “Bill Viola / Michelangelo. Life Death Rebirth.” Сombining Renaissance and contemporary art, it features 14 drawings by Michelangelo, as well as his famous marble tondo “Madonna with Child and ...

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Controversial Photographic Art of Robert Mapplethorpe to See at The Guggenheim

Controversial Photographic Art of Robert Mapplethorpe to See at The Guggenheim

The Guggenheim Museum in New York City opens the exhibition “Implicit Tensions: Mapplethorpe Now,” dedicated to the thirtieth anniversary of the death of the most scandalous photographer of the twentieth century. The exhibition has an unusual multi-series format: its first ...

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