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Contemporary Landscape Photography of Southern Africa is Focus of New Exhibition

BURLAFINGEN.- The complex layers of meaning embedded in the physical attributes of a place are explored in Appropriated Landscapes, an exhibition on landscape photography of Southern Africa, on view at the Walther Collection in Neu-Ulm / Burlafingen, G...

Brooklyn Museum Announces First Large-Scale Exhibition of American Art of the...

BROOKLYN, NY.- The Brooklyn Museum will present the first wide-ranging exploration of American art from the decade whose beginning and end were marked by the aftermath of World War I and the onset of the Great Depression. Youth and Beauty: Art of the ...

Take Me to the Water: Photographs of River Baptism at International...

NEW YORK, NY.- Religious rituals in America are not often public spectacles. A key exception is the tradition of river baptisms that flourished in the South and Midwest between 1880 and 1930. These outdoor communal rites were public displays of faith, ...

Unseen Photographs by Russian Artist Alexander Rodchenko to be Unveiled at...

LONDON.- Previously unseen photographs by Russian artist Alexander Rodchenko, held in private hands until now, will be unveiled at newly branded Art Sensus on 21 January, as part of the first comprehensive gallery exhibition devoted to the artist’...

Unseen Photographs by Russian Artist Alexander Rodchenko to be Unveiled at...

LONDON.- Previously unseen photographs by Russian artist Alexander Rodchenko, held in private hands until now, will be unveiled at newly branded Art Sensus on 21 January, as part of the first comprehensive gallery exhibition devoted to the artist’...

Unseen Photographs by Russian Artist Alexander Rodchenko to Be Unveiled at...

LONDON.- Previously unseen photographs by Russian artist Alexander Rodchenko, held in private hands until now, will be unveiled at newly branded Art Sensus on 21 January, as part of the first comprehensive gallery exhibition devoted to the artist’...

Exhibition Reveals How Gustave Courbet Realized the Vision of a Poetic...

FRANKFURT.- The French painter Gustave Courbet (1819–1877) ranks among the most fascinating nineteenth-century artists. He is regarded as the crucial pioneer of political realistic painting and as a revolutionary of the Paris Commune. But Courbet ...

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