Madrid, Spain – From June 28th through September 25th, the Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza in Madrid is presenting a temporary exhibition that offers a complete overview of the work of the Spanish artist Antonio López (born Tomelloso, 1936). The exhibitio…
BERLIN.- Camera Work presents photographs from Herb Ritts, on view from May 14 through July 02, 2011. More than 50 photographs give a comprehensive insight into the work of Herb Ritts, who passed away in 2002. All of the exhibited photographs were deve…
NEW YORK, NY.- Jonathan Prince, a sculptor whose recent
the subject of a solo exhibition at Cynthia-Reeves in Chelsea, has
placed a key
sculpture, Light Box, in the noted collection of 20th- and 21st-century
Russia’s influence on Pablo Picasso was celebrated at a new Moscow
exhibit on the Spanish painter, sculptor and co-founder of the Cubism movement.
Picasso paintings of bulging-eyed women and sculptures bearing his
trademark triangular noses feature in a 240-piece collection of works by one of
most prolific and dominant artists of the 20th century. The largest
Picasso exhibit on Russian soil in over 50 years opened on Friday and it was the
Russian influence on Picasso — by way of his Russian wife and access to her
world — that excited those in the marble halls of Moscow’s Pushkin Museum near
the Kremlin, which is housing the exhibit.