WORLD ART NEWS
First details on the largest US exhibition of Van Gogh paintings for a generation
The show “Van Gogh in America” opens at the Detroit Institute of Arts in October
Miró: His Most Intimate Legacy
With the support of the Banco Sabadell Foundation, the exhibition is accompanied by a publication that features all the works and documentation in the show, as well as an essay by the curators…
THE INTERNATIONAL JURY OF THE 59TH INTERNATIONAL ART EXHIBITION
The Jury, chaired by Adrienne Edwards, will award the official prizes. The Awards Ceremony will take place on Saturday 23 April at Ca’ Giustinian.
Banksy on Mount Titano
Banksy, from 19 March to 19 June 2022 , will be on display with his famous and enigmatic works: images and forms of unprecedented ethical, evocative and thematic power.
RIJKSMUSEUM TO STAGE LARGEST VERMEER EXHIBITION EVER
In the spring of 2023, the Rijksmuseum, the national museum of the Netherlands, will dedicate a retrospective exhibition to the 17th-century master Johannes Vermeer for the first time in its history.
The Venice Biennale’s —the Full Artist List
The Venice Biennale’s 59th International Art Exhibition, “The Milk of Dreams,” will be on view at the Giardini della Biennale, C. Giazzo, 30122 Venice, April 23–November 27, 2022.
The Venice Biennale’s Main Exhibition Will Challenge the Idea of ‘Men as the Center of the Universe’
The 213 artists, who are largely female or gender nonconforming, span more than 150 years of art history.
Damien Hirst to show his ‘tacky’ cherry blossom paintings in Japan in time for sakura season
The exhibition is due to open at Tokyo's National Art Center in March.
A surreal encounter between Salvador Dalí and Sigmund Freud is the topic of a new Viennese show
The Lower Belvedere exhibition will explore how the Spanish artist's work was influenced by the inventor of psychoanalysis.
Step back inside Notre Dame: immersive VR exhibition recreates Paris cathedral prior to 2019 fire
Eternal Notre Dame will raise funds towards the €1bn restoration of the fire-ravaged cathedral.
Vladimir Nikolic: Walking with Water
Serbian Pavilion at the Venice Biennale Giardini, Venice
Venice Biennale 2022: Cecilia Alemani, Curator of the 59th International Art Exhibition
The 59th International Art Exhibition will take place from 23 April to 27 November 2022 (pre-opening on 20, 21 and 22 April)
How To Invest In Art - Is It A Good Investment?
Investing in art may be a great idea if it's something you truly love. But it can be risky, so you need to do your research.
13 Percent of Museums Could Close Because of Coronavirus Crisis: Reports
To mark International Museum Day, which took place on May 18, UNESCO and the International Council of Museums (ICOM) released the findings of two studies assessing the coronavirus pandemic’s…
Reopening a Museum After Quarantine: See Photos of Temperature Checks, Face Masks and New Systems
At long last, after closures that have stretched on for months, several museums around the world are beginning to reopen.
Ulay, Daring Performance Artist Who Channeled Postwar Europe’s Anxieties, Is Dead at 76
Ulay, whose boundary-pushing performances tapped into the tensions that pervaded postwar Europe—often through scenarios that seemed as though they could at any moment erupt into violence—has…
Newly attributed Artemisia Gentileschi painting of David and Goliath revealed in London
Restored work—with “Artemisia” signature—will be shown by conservation studio during major National Gallery exhibition.
Tokyo’s treasure house of Impressionist painting reopens as Artizon Museum
Former Bridgestone Museum of Art will have new focus on creativity through the ages after a three-year renovation.
Tate Modern to show Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Room in year-long exhibition marking 20th anniversary
Louise Bourgeois’s Maman spider sculpture will also return to the Turbine Hall
JULIJE KNIFER’S ANTI-PAINTINGS MAKE A VIRTUE OF MONOTONY
Titled, appropriately, “Meander,” the exhibition of Knifer’s work at Mitchell-Innes & Nash opened with two early pieces, displayed at the entrance, that show him in the midst of distilling his…