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Gerald Peters Gallery presents Max Weber ~ Paintings from the 1930s,...

New York City - Max Weber was at the forefront of abstraction as one of its most versatile, inventive, and exceptional trail blazers in America. A consummate Expressionist who touched on virtually every phase of modernism, Weber served as a crucial...

High Museum to Host Retrospective of Iconic 20th Century Photographer Henri...

ATLANTA, GA.- The High Museum of Art will host “Henri Cartier-Bresson: The Modern Century,” the first major retrospective in the U.S. in more than 30 years of one of photography’s most original and influential masters. On view from...

Landmarks Preservation Commission Approves Enclosure of Frick Portico

NEW YORK, NY.- Visitors at The Frick Collection find it difficult to believe that the Garden Court—a signature gallery considered by many to be the heart of the former mansion—was never enjoyed by its original resident, industrialist Henry Cl...

Como, Italy exhibits Masters of Russian Avant-garde: Chagall, Kandinsky and Malevich

COMO, ITALY - The Villa Olmo is showcasing eighty works – including oil paintings, tempera works and drawings from leading Russian museums and private collections – tracing the great period of Russian avant-garde art from the beginning of the ...

The Courtauld Collects! 20 Years of Acquisitions Opens Today

LONDON.- This special summer display presents a rich selection of works of art acquired by The Courtauld Gallery since it moved to Somerset House twenty years ago. The Courtauld Gallery is sometimes described as a ‘collection of collections’ ...

High Museum of Art to Explore Salvador Dalí’s Late Work

ATLANTA, GA.- The first major exhibition to reevaluate the last half of Salvador Dalí’s career will be presented exclusively at the High Museum of Art this August. Beginning in the late 1930s, Dalí went through a radic...

Frick Announces Intention to Enclose Portico to Create Gallery for Sculpture...

NEW YORK, NY.- Visitors at The Frick Collection find it difficult to believe that the Garden Court—a signature gallery considered by many to be the heart of the former mansion—was never enjoyed by its original resident, industrialist Henry Cl...

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