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Getty Acquires Important Research Collection for Modern and Contemporary Art

LOS ANGELES, CA.- The Getty Research Institute announced the acquisition of the Harald Szeemann Archive and Library—one of the most important private research collections for modern and contemporary art in the world. The largest collection ever ac...

Art Gallery of Ontario Shows Canadian Artist Kathleen Munn Exhibition

TORONTO.- The Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) opened a unique exhibition featuring Canadian artist Kathleen Munn, on view until August 28. The Passion of Kathleen Munn features nearly 40 works by Munn, including her highly regarded Passion Series drawin...

Canadian Artist Kathleen Munn Receives Homecoming Exhibition at Art Gallery of...

TORONTO.- The Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) opened a unique exhibition featuring Canadian artist Kathleen Munn, on view until August 28. The Passion of Kathleen Munn features nearly 40 works by Munn, including her highly regarded Passion Series drawing...

Archives of American Art Marks Kraushaar Galleries’ 125th Anniversary

WASHINGTON, DC.- This September, Kraushaar Galleries, a leading dealer in American art of the first half of the 20th century, will celebrate its 125th year, a record of longevity that dates back to the 19th century and is shared by only three other New...

Archiving Place & Time: Contemporary Art Practice in Northern Ireland since...

LONDON.- Through photographs, installations and drawings, Archiving Place & Time reveals how a new generation of contemporary artists from Northern Ireland have responded to the changed situation since the signing of the historic Good Friday/Belfast Ag...

Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute Opens "Picasso’s Response to Degas"

WILLIAMSTOWN, MA.- Throughout his life Pablo Picasso (1881–1973) was fascinated with the life and work of Edgar Degas (1834–1917). Picasso collected the Impressionist’s pictures, continually re-interpreted his images, and at t...

First Exhibition to Explore Picasso’s Response to Degas

WILLIAMSTOWN, MA.- Throughout his life Pablo Picasso (1881–1973) was fascinated with the life and work of Edgar Degas (1834–1917). Picasso collected the Impressionist’s pictures, continually re-interpreted his images, and at the end of h...

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