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Dusseldorf’s Quadriennale 2010 to Present Exhibition by Joseph Beuys

DUSSELDORF.- Joseph Beuys was one of the most internationally innovative and influential artists of the 20th century. As the initiator of momentous new artistic forms of expression, he had a lasting and immediate effect on countless artists. Joseph Beu...

The Pace Gallery Presents Tim Hawkinson: One Man Band

NEW YORK, NY.- The Pace Gallery presents Tim Hawkinson: One Man Band, featuring six works relating to the visual and sensorial expression of sound, produced between 1993 and 2007. Many of the works on view have not been seen in New York since the artis...

Luca Bray’s Muted Color Palette on View at Gallery Nine 5

NEW YORK, NY.- Luca Bray is a profoundly introspective artist. His muted color palette, diffusion of the picture plane, and juxtaposition of meditative atmospheres with underlying energy imbue each work with a sophistication and clarity of e...

Luca Bray’s Muted Color Palette on View at Gallery Nine 5

NEW YORK, NY.- Luca Bray is a profoundly introspective artist. His muted color palette, diffusion of the picture plane, and juxtaposition of meditative atmospheres with underlying energy imbue each work with a sophistication and clarity of e...

The Getty Museum opens Captured Emotions ~ Baroque Painting in Bologna,...

Los Angeles, CA - Ludovico Carracci (1555–1619) and his two cousins, the brothers Agostino (1557–1602) and Annibale (1560–1609) Carracci, together brought about a revolution in the study and practice of painting that fore...

First Exhibition Dedicated to Tracey Emin’s Monoprints at the Royal Academy

LONDON.- This summer the Royal Academy of Arts presents an exhibition of work by Tracey Emin RA. This is the first exhibition dedicated to Emin’s monoprints and focuses on works from the last ten years. On the art of printmaking Emin says; “I...

Major Exhibition Featuring Intriguing Treasures from the Gallery’s Drawings and Prints...

OTTAWA.- An intriguing exhibition of rarely-seen prints and drawings, including over 30 new acquisitions, taken largely from the National Gallery of Canada’s (NGC) own collections is on view from now until September 12, 2010. Central European Draw...

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