From 12 February to 11 May 2014 the French Academy in Rome – Villa Medici is presenting the first important Italian retrospective dedicated to Simon Hantaï, curated by Éric de Chassey. This exhibition has been devised and realized six years after the artist’s death in cooperation with the Centre Georges Pompidou, following the exhibition presented […]
Organised to mark the 100th anniversary of the artist’s death, this exhibition is an extensive retrospective of the career of Darío de Regoyos (1857-1913), the leading Spanish representative of Impressionism. More than 100 works will reveal the artist’s different modes of artistic expression, thematic concerns and aesthetic evolution over the course of his career. Their […]
The Museo Thyssen is presenting the first retrospective on Cézanne to be held in Spain in thirty years, following the one at the MEAC in 1984. The exhibition includes 58 works:
49 oils and 9 watercolours lent by museums and private collections around the world (including the USA, Australia and Japan), many not previously seen in Spain. They will be shown alongside nine works by artists such as Pissarro, Gauguin, Bernard, Derain, Braque, Dufy and Lhote.
Moderna Museet opens its 2014 art season with the exhibition Dance Machines – From Léger to Kraftwerk. The exhibition focuses on the modernists’ fascination with the machine and mechanised everyday life, and how Kraftwerk has explored the relationship between man and machine in multidisciplinary projects. Dance Machines – From Léger to Kraftwerk opens on 22 […]
Sam Francis: Five Decades of Abstract Expressionism from California Collections
Crocker Art Museum
january 26 – april 20, 2014
This exhibition celebrates the work of internationally acclaimed California native Sam Francis (1923–94), one of Abstract Expressionism’s top practitioners and California’s most accomplished artists. Featuring a colorful range of the artist’s paintings and unique works on paper, this survey highlights different periods of the artist’s work as represented in extraordinary public and private California collections.
Carrie Mae Weems: Three Decades of Photography and Video
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
January 24 – May 14, 2014
In January 2014, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum presents Carrie Mae Weems: Three Decades of Photography and Video, the first major New York museum retrospective devoted to this socially motivated artist. Weems has long been acclaimed as one of the most eloquent and respected interpreters of African American experiences, and she continues to be an important influence for many young artists today. Featuring more than 120 works—primarily photographs, but also texts, videos, and an audio recording—as well as a range of related educational programs, this comprehensive survey offers an opportunity to experience the full breadth of the artist’s oeuvre and gain new insight into her practice.
Kathryn Andrews | Alex Israel
Gagosian Gallery Rome
January 16 – March 15, 2014
Gagosian Gallery Rome is pleased to announce an exhibition of new works by Kathryn Andrews and Alex Israel in Rome.
A Private View: Modern Masters from the Kerry Stokes Collection
Art Gallery of Western Australia
22 November 2013 – 3 March 2014
This focussed exhibition showcases works from the Kerry Stokes Collection, one of Australia’s most significant and respected private collections.
Barbara Kruger has created a T-shirt especially for Kunsthaus Bregenz, bearing her poetic-philosophical statement »CAN MONEY BUY YOU LOVE?«. The T-shirt made from high-quality cotton (Fairtrade) and featuring red printing, will be available from our online shop, from the KUB reception counter, as well as from the Sagmeister clothing store.
Brancusi, Rosso, Man Ray – Framing Sculpture
Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen
8 February – 11 May 2014
In the spring of 2014 Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen brings together works from all over the world by three artists who were decisive for the development of modern art. This is the first exhibition to combine sculptures by Brancusi, Rosso and Man Ray together with their photographs, affording a unique insight into the artists’ working methods.
Masterpieces that have rarely or never been seen in the Netherlands will be lent by important museums such as the Centre Pompidou, MoMA and Tate Modern.
Archibald Motley: Jazz Age Modernist
Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University
November 14, 2013 – May 11, 2014
Archibald Motley: Jazz Age Modernist, the first retrospective of the American artist’s paintings in two decades, will originate at the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University on Jan 30, 2014, before embarking on a national tour.
Despite the broad appeal of his paintings, Motley is one of the least visible 20th-century artists. Many of his most important portraits and cultural scenes remain in private collections; few museums have had the opportunity to acquire his work. With a survey that spans 40 years, Archibald Motley introduces his canvases of riotous color to wider audiences and reveals his continued impact on art history.
Pictiúr, an exhibition of work by leading Irish children’s book illustrators, concludes its successful Irish tour when it opens at the Irish Museum of Modern Art on 14 November 2013. Pictiúr is the largest single exhibition of Irish children’s book illustration ever assembled, curated by Laureate na nÓg, Niamh Sharkey, the exhibition features 42 pieces […]