In “Double Silence,” Borremans and Manders invite the viewer into a space and time in which the artists themselves engage in a dialogue through their works, as the title suggests, amid calm or silence. The word “double” means to be twice as much, twofold, but also has several other meanings, such as two together, distinctly different aspects (eg “dual personality”) and forming a pair.
Presented by the Fundación Museo Bolivariano de Arte Contemporáneo of Santa Marta, Colombia, in collaboration with The Stengel Collection in Florence, Italy November 29, 2018 – February 17, 2019 Santa Marta, Colombia – From drawing to metaphor, an exhibition of twenty-six drawings by the late Hungarian artist Karl Stengel (1925-2017), will be on view at […]
The Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza presents Picasso/Lautrec, the first monographic exhibition devoted to comparing these two great masters of modern art. Although their artistic link has been repeatedly established by literature and contemporary critics, this is the first time their works have been displayed alongside each other in an exhibition. The show also examines this fascinating relationship […]
From 10 June-23 October the Stefano Bardini Museum will host paintings and sculptures by Glenn Brown together with the Bardini collection The Stefano Bardini Museum is thrilled to announce Piaceri Sconosciuti (Unknown Pleasures), a major exhibition by Glenn Brown from 10th June to 23th October. Mining art history and popular culture, Glenn Brown has created an artistic language that transcends time and […]
From 12 November 2016 to 13 March 2017 the Peggy Guggenheim Collection presents the exhibition My Weapon against the Atom Bomb is a Blade of Grass. TANCREDI. A Retrospective This is a long-awaited return to Venice and to Peggy Guggenheim’s museum of Tancredi Parmeggiani (1926-1964), among the most original and passionate Italian painters of third […]
Elisabeth Louise Vigée Le Brun – The first major international retrospective of the greatest portraitist of the eighteenth century, now showing at the National Gallery of Canada, closes September 11th, 2016
OTTAWA, Sept. 1, 2016 /CNW/ – Elisabeth Louise Vigée Le Brun (1755-1842), is widely regarded as the best portrait painter of the eighteenth century and among the most important of all women artists, for her masterful use of colour and her new approach to portraiture. Despite her artistic achievements, she is only now getting her […]
Yayoi Kusama is one of the most acclaimed artists working today. Since the 1950s, she has created art that is as personal as it is universal. Like few other artists she moves freely between painting, sculpture and installations, between art and design, and between East and West. In summer 2016, Moderna Museet and ArkDes are […]