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Kate Crawford and Trevor Paglen: "Training Humans" Exhibition at the Osservatorio Fondazione Prada
Article date: Sunday, January 5, 2020

Kate Crawford and Trevor Paglen: "Training Humans" Exhibition at the Osservatorio Fondazione Prada

“Training Humans”, conceived by Kate Crawford, AI researcher and professor, and Trevor Paglen, artist and researcher, is the first major photography exhibition devoted to training images: the collections of photos used by scientists to train artificial intelligence (AI) systems in how to “see” and categorize the world.

The Princely Collections, Liechtenstein: Five Centuries of European Painting and Sculpture
Article date: Sunday, January 5, 2020

The Princely Collections, Liechtenstein: Five Centuries of European Painting and Sculpture

Established in the mid-16th century and built over successive generations, the Princely Collections, Liechtenstein is one of the most storied private art collections in Europe. In the aftermath of the Second World War, the princely family made the decision to sell a number of their most important paintings and sculptures, which soon found homes in museums around the world, including the National Gallery of Art, Washington, and the National Gallery of Canada.

Raphael and His Circle at the National Gallery of Art, Washington
Article date: Sunday, January 5, 2020

Raphael and His Circle at the National Gallery of Art, Washington

In celebration of the 500th anniversary of his death, the Gallery presents 25 prints and drawings in an intimate installation. The works will illustrate how the combination of artistic traditions, wide range, and immediate influence of Raphael’s art shaped the standard of aesthetic excellence for later artists, connoisseurs, and scholars.

Pop on Paper -  From Warhol to Lichtenstein
Article date: Friday, January 3, 2020

Pop on Paper - From Warhol to Lichtenstein

Berlin’s Kupferstichkabinett is home to an outstanding collection of prints from the 1960s – with a particular focus on works of Pop Art. This exhibition will shine a spotlight on the various facets of Pop Art (with a focus on the US), for which silk-screen printing was the most important medium of international dissemination. This medium allowed artists to use motifs from advertising, newspapers or comic strips to translate the colourful world of consumer culture into vibrant, often provocative images.

The First Ever UK Exhibition of Marina Abramović in London
Article date: Friday, January 3, 2020

The First Ever UK Exhibition of Marina Abramović in London

Marina Abramović is one of the most important performance artists in the world. Here, the artist presents the first ever UK exhibition spanning her life’s work – including live re-performances of iconic works, as well as brand new work for these galleries.

Lawrence Abu Hamdan is Awarded the Future Fields Commission in Time-Based Media by the Philadelphia Museum of Art and Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo
Article date: Friday, January 3, 2020

Lawrence Abu Hamdan is Awarded the Future Fields Commission in Time-Based Media by the Philadelphia Museum of Art and Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo

The Philadelphia Museum of Art and the Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo announced today that Lawrence Abu Hamdan is the third recipient of the the Future Fields Commission—an ongoing series of commissions offered jointly by the two institutions to support the creation, production, and acquisition of new work by international artists working to expand the fields of video, film, performance, and sound.

Picasso Painting Worth $26M Ripped at Tate Modern in London
Article date: Wednesday, January 1, 2020

Picasso Painting Worth $26M Ripped at Tate Modern in London

A man is accused of attacking a Picasso painting worth $26 million at Tate Modern in London on Saturday, according to the The Associated Press. The 1944 oil painting "Bust of a Woman" was taken off display while the damage is being assessed, the BBC reported. The BBC said the painting was ripped.

Late Gothic - The Birth of Modernity in Gemäldegalerie in 2020
Article date: Tuesday, December 31, 2019

Late Gothic - The Birth of Modernity in Gemäldegalerie in 2020

This exhibition represents the first comprehensive exhibition in a German-speaking country to focus on late Gothic art. Inspired by developments in the Netherlands, from the 1430s onwards, artistic means of expression began to change: light and shade, body and space came to be depicted with increasing realism. With advances in printing techniques, these innovations found mass distribution.

Renoir's Jeune Fille Leads the Impressionist Sale at Sotheby's
Article date: Sunday, December 29, 2019

Renoir's Jeune Fille Leads the Impressionist Sale at Sotheby's

Pierre-Auguste Renoir 1841 - 1919 JEUNE FILLE PRÈS D'UNE FONTAINE signed Renoir (lower left) oil on canvas 46.8 by 30.5cm., 18 7/8 by 12 1/8 in Painted in 1885.

The Royal Academy of Arts Presents the Exhibition 'Picasso and Paper'
Article date: Sunday, December 29, 2019

The Royal Academy of Arts Presents the Exhibition 'Picasso and Paper'

Picasso didn’t just draw on paper – he tore it, burnt it, and made it three-dimensional. From studies for ‘Guernica’ to a 4.8-metre-wide collage, this exhibition brings together more than 300 works on paper spanning the artist’s 80-year career.

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