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Jos Houwelen with his Famous '700 Centenboek Amsterdam' at Centre Pompidou
Article date: Saturday, February 16, 2019

Jos Houwelen with his Famous '700 Centenboek Amsterdam' at Centre Pompidou

The Centre Pompidou is devoting a unique exhibition to the two hundred and thirty-three prints from the famous 700 Centenboek Amsterdam by Jos Houweling, which entered the Museum’s collections in 2016. Discover, in its entirety, his declaration of love for his hometown, published for the 700th anniversary of Amsterdam in 1975.

Art Dealer Mary Boone Gets 30-Month Prison Term on Tax Charges
Article date: Friday, February 15, 2019

Art Dealer Mary Boone Gets 30-Month Prison Term on Tax Charges

New York art dealer Mary Boone, who became a boldfaced name in the 1980s representing painters like Jean-Michel Basquiat, David Salle and Julian Schnabel, was sentenced on Thursday to two and a half years in prison.

Sotheby’s to Offer Rothko Painting on Behalf of SFMOMA This May in New York
Article date: Friday, February 15, 2019

Sotheby’s to Offer Rothko Painting on Behalf of SFMOMA This May in New York

February 15, Sotheby’s is honored to announce that they will offer Mark Rothko’s Untitled, 1960 on behalf of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) this May in New York, sold to benefit the institution’s Acquisitions Fund.

Ada and Louise  by A.Katz at Christie's Post-War and Contemporary Sale
Article date: Friday, February 15, 2019

Ada and Louise by A.Katz at Christie's Post-War and Contemporary Sale

‘Maybe spending every summer in Maine with Ada, where I paint from nature, gives me fresh insight when I come back to the city. It’s a perfect balance for me.’ – Alex Katz

Axel Rϋger Appointed as New Secretary and Chief Executive of the Royal Academy of Arts
Article date: Thursday, February 14, 2019

Axel Rϋger Appointed as New Secretary and Chief Executive of the Royal Academy of Arts

The Royal Academy of Arts announced today that Axel Rϋger has been appointed as the new Secretary and Chief Executive. He replaces Sir Charles Saumarez Smith who stepped down at the end of 2018. Rϋger is currently the Director of the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam.

The Sea Ranch: Architecture, Environment, and Idealism at SFMoMA
Article date: Wednesday, February 13, 2019

The Sea Ranch: Architecture, Environment, and Idealism at SFMoMA

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) presents The Sea Ranch: Architecture, Environment, and Idealism, an exhibition devoted to exploring the early concepts and plans of this seminal Northern California Modern development. The exhibition features archival and contemporary photographs, original drawings and sketches from the project’s designers and a full-scale architectural replica.

Russia’s Most Famous Artists Meet Munch
Article date: Tuesday, February 12, 2019

Russia’s Most Famous Artists Meet Munch

Art lovers will have a rare opportunity to view works by some of Russia’s most famous artists alongside works by Edvard Munch and several other popular Nordic artists, when the exhibition The Swan Princess. Russian Art 1880–1910 opens at the Munch Museum.

Spanning More than Four Decades, Collection Comes to Auction as US Prepares for 50th Anniversary of Neil Armstrong’s Historic First Moon Walk
Article date: Tuesday, February 12, 2019

Spanning More than Four Decades, Collection Comes to Auction as US Prepares for 50th Anniversary of Neil Armstrong’s Historic First Moon Walk

The archive is one of the highlights of Swann Galleries’ February 21 Photographs: Art & Visual Culture auction in New York and features innumerable iconic images depicting icons of the space race, such as Buzz Aldrin, Neil Armstrong, Bruce McCandless II and Mae Carol Jemison, photographed during the various Gemini, Apollo, and Skylab missions.

Körper
Article date: Monday, February 11, 2019

Körper

What comes to mind when we think about bodies? In Körper, German word for body created by Sasha Waltz in 2000 as first piece of a trilogy, many forms and connotations related to the main theme are explicated in extended and bizarre formats. In the Berliner Festspiele the dark and grotesque piece has left many interrogatives with its enigmatic aspects and a quite unclear structure.

Chemin Montant by Caillebotte  at Christie's Impressionists
Article date: Monday, February 11, 2019

Chemin Montant by Caillebotte at Christie's Impressionists

Gustave Caillebotte’s ‘Chemin montant’ disappeared from the public eye for over a century: it was last exhibited in 1995, after being held in a French private collection since 1882.⠀

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