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Unpublished Fayum Portraits Come to Life at the National Archaeology Museum...

MADRID.- The Fayum Mummy Portraits continue to surprise to this day with their modern sensibility and vitality. Made between the first and fourth centuries A.D. they come from the tomb of Al- Fayum as well as from other places across Egypt, and they ar...

‘An Open Mind’ is the Title of the New Jubilee Publication...

VADUZ.- “An Open Mind” is the title of the new jubilee publication by the Kunstmuseum Liechten-stein summarising the history of the institution and the exhibitions and events it has organ-ised in the first ten years of its existence. The pres...

Major Exhibition on British Designer John Pawson at the Design Museum...

LONDON.- The Design Museum presents a major exhibition on John Pawson. Often labelled a ‘minimalist’, he is known for his rigorous process of design. By reducing and editing he creates architecture and product designs of visual clarity, simpl...

Lisson Gallery Presents Exhibition by Abstract Artists, Peter Joseph and Carmen...

LONDON.- There is much that Peter Joseph and Carmen Herrera share in their lifelong dedication to abstraction. Both senior figures, their work avoids being heroic. Paintings often hinge on the juxtaposition of colour brought together in a way that crea...

Lisson Gallery Present Exhibition by Abstract Artists, Peter Joseph and Carmen...

LONDON.- There is much that Peter Joseph and Carmen Herrera share in their lifelong dedication to abstraction. Both senior figures, their work avoids being heroic. Paintings often hinge on the juxtaposition of colour brought together in a way that crea...

Tourcoing Fine Arts Museum Announces Eugène Leroy Exhibition

STRASBOURG.- The Tourcoing Fine Arts Museum celebrates the 100th birthday of Eugène Leroy by presenting 150 masterpieces from public and private collections from around the world. Thanks to the exceptional donation made by Eugène Jean and Jean-Jacque...

Timothy Taylor Gallery Explores Art Practice in the Aftermath of...

LONDON.- Borrowing its title from an essay by Jean Genet, The Tightrope Walker will explore the interface between fine art practice, design and furniture within the radical framework of Paris in the aftermath of Nazi occupation and the Secon...

Timothy Taylor Explores Art Practice in the Aftermath of Nazi Occupation

LONDON.- Borrowing its title from an essay by Jean Genet, The Tightrope Walker will explore the interface between fine art practice, design and furniture within the radical framework of Paris in the aftermath of Nazi occupation and the Second World War...

Stunning Single Owner Collection of Asian Art for Sale at Bonhams,...

LONDON.- A superb collection of Asian art, lovingly assembled over a decade by a single enthusiast while living and working in the Far East and South East Asia, is for sale at Bonhams Edinburgh on 7 July. Among the most fascinating pieces is a painting...

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