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Calder-Picasso

Alexander Calder and Pablo Picasso—two of the foremost figures in 20th-century art—come together for a fascinating encounter in this presentation. The internationally traveling exhibition features paintings, sculptures, mobiles, and works on paper spanning the artists’ careers. Calder-Picasso explores the artists’ prolific affinities as it reveals the radical innovation and enduring influence of their art. Conceived…

Lamerol Gatewood: The Abstract Energy of Sound

Kenkeleba House 214 East 2nd Street, New York, NY

LAMEROL GATEWOOD: THE ABSTRACT ENERGY OF SOUND includes 35 works on paper made by the artist between 2011 to 2020. The exhibit is at Wilmer Jennings Gallery at Kenkeleba in New York City. Gatewood has said that his vision stems from the rhythm and sounds of his community., that his best work develops while immersing…

Victorian Radicals

Victorian Radicals: From the Pre-Raphaelites to the Arts & Crafts Movement In the second half of the 19th century, three generations of young, rebellious artists and designers revolutionized the visual arts in Britain by engaging and challenging the new industrial world around them. The Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood and champions of the Arts & Crafts Movement offered a…

Through Vincent’s Eyes: Van Gogh and His Sources (Columbus Museum of Art)

The exhibition Through Vincent’s Eyes: Van Gogh and His Sources presents paintings, drawings and prints by the artists most beloved by Vincent van Gogh, firmly connecting his art to its late 19th-century context. The exhibition demonstrates Van Gogh’s early and abiding interest in a wide variety of art. To visually narrate the impact of Van Gogh’s…

Incomparable Impressionism from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

For the first time, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, is lending some 100 of the most significant paintings and works on paper from its renowned Impressionist collection for an exhibition that opens at the MFAH, its only U.S. venue. Incomparable Impressionism from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston has been curated exclusively for this presentation. The…

Picasso and the Allure of the South

Picasso and the Allure of the South, presented exclusively at The Dalí, explores the influence of southern Europe on the famed 20th-century master Pablo Picasso’s revolutionary work. Organized in collaboration with the Musée national Picasso-Paris, which holds the most significant collection of the artist’s works, the exhibit presents 79 paintings, drawings and collages – approximately…

Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera, and Mexican Modernism, from the Jacques and Natasha Gelman Collection

Opening February 19, 2022, Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera, and Mexican Modernism from the Jacques and Natasha Gelman Collection is a fascinating exploration of the Avant-Garde cultural movement in Mexico in the early 20th century. Featuring over 150 works, including paintings and works on paper collected by Jacques and Natasha Gelman alongside photographs and period clothing,…

Picasso: Painting the Blue Period

Picasso: Painting the Blue Period is a groundbreaking exhibition that provides new insight into the creative process of Pablo Picasso (1881–1973) at the outset of his career. It is the first exhibition in Washington, DC, in 25 years to focus on the early works of this 20th century icon, just as he was beginning to…

Through Vincent’s Eyes: Van Gogh and His Sources (Santa Barbara Museum of Art)

This exhibition, at the Santa Barbara Museum of Art, seeks to immerse viewers in the visual imagination of one of the most beloved artists in the world, Vincent van Gogh. Presenting 20 works of art by him alongside some 75 objects selected to reflect the surprisingly varied art that he most admired, the show firmly…

Milton Avery [Wadsworth Atheneum]

Milton Avery at the Wadsworth Atheneum explores the work of the modernist American painter. Avery (1885–1965) expressed his vision of the world through harmonious color and simplified forms. His career spanned the movements of American Impressionism and Abstract Expressionism yet in light of these major artistic traditions, he forged a staunchly independent path as an…

Alberto Giacometti: Toward the Ultimate Figure

The exhibition Alberto Giacometti: Toward the Ultimate Figure gathers an ensemble of masterpieces focusing on the artist’s major achievements of the postwar years (1945–66). Combining all media—sculpture, painting, and drawing—the show of 60 works draws upon the deep resources of the artist’s personal collection and examines a central, animating aspect of his oeuvre: his extraordinary,…

Dürer, Rembrandt and Picasso: Three Masters of the Print

This exhibition is intended to be like a music program that juxtaposes two of the greatest traditional composers with one of the most important of the moderns. In his day, the German painter Albrecht Dürer accomplished the astonishing feat of bringing both the woodcut and the engraving to a level of achievement that arguably has…

A Remarkable Gathering: The Fisher Landau Family Collection

A Remarkable Gathering: The Fisher Landau Family Collection comprises artworks by many of the most outstanding artists of the late-20th century and accounts for some of the finest examples of their work. The depth of this distinguished collection traces many of the concepts that have preoccupied modern and contemporary artists for decades. An international grouping…

Monet to Matisse: Impressionist Masterpieces from the Bemberg Foundation [San Diego Museum of Art]

The extraordinary works in Monet to Matisse: Impressionist Masterpieces from the Bemberg Foundation at San Diego Museum of Art were collected by Georges Bemberg (1915–2011), the Argentine-French writer and musician who amassed one of the finest art collections in Europe. Today, the collection is housed at the Hótel d’Assézat in Toulouse, France. This exhibition marks…

The Language of Beauty in African Art

Presenting over two hundred works of art, The Language of Beauty in African Art emphasizes concepts of beauty through the languages and perspectives of indigenous African communities. By exploring the original words and local evaluations of beauty associated with traditional or historical works, visitors can discover both their meanings and functions—revealing how art informed and…

Romare Bearden: Artist as Activist and Visionary [Frick Pittsburgh]

Romare Bearden (1911–1988) was an artist of social conscience and action. The exhibit at the Frick Pittsburgh, Romare Bearden: Artist as Activist and Visionary examines how Bearden agitated for social change through the visual arts and print media. Drawing on his own experiences, Bearden created narratives that reflect both the nostalgic rural North Carolina of…

Japanese Design: Rinpa

This exhibition at the Honolulu Museum of Art explores the profound influence that Japanese design has had on international aesthetics. Compositional features such as asymmetry, innovative color combinations, contrasting patterns and semi-abstraction can be found across artistic movements and historical periods, but arguably their most perfect expression is in the Rinpa tradition. Rinpa takes its…

Wayne Thiebaud: A Celebration, 1920–2021

To celebrate the 100th birthday of Sacramento’s most renowned artist, the Crocker Art Museum presented Wayne Thiebaud 100: Paintings, Prints, and Drawings, which was on view for only a short time due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, following its national tour and the passing of the iconic artist in December of 2021, the exhibition is…

Twinka Thiebaud and the Art of the Pose

Twinka Thiebaud and the Art of the Pose features 100 works that speak to the role of Twinka Thiebaud as an artist’s model, and to the working relationships and friendships she developed with artists during her career. Comprised of paintings, drawings, and photographs that date from the 1940s through 2022, this exhibition will investigate Thiebaud’s…

Exchanging Words: Women and Letters in Seventeenth-Century Dutch Genre Painting

On September 21, 2022, the Timken Museum of Art will open one of its most impressive exhibitions in recent memory: Exchanging Words: Women and Letters in Seventeenth-Century Dutch Genre Painting with Dr. Lara Yeager-Crasselt of The Leiden Collection serving as guest curator. Artists in this exhibition include Frans van Mieris (1635–1681), Gerrit Dou (1613–1675) and Gabriel Metsu (1629–1667), whose…

Van Gogh in America

Van Gogh in America celebrates the DIA’s status as the first public museum in the United States to purchase a painting by Vincent van Gogh, his Self-Portrait (1887). On the 100th anniversary of its acquisition, experience 74 authentic Van Gogh works from around the world and discover the fascinating story of America’s introduction to this…

A MODERN VISION: EUROPEAN MASTERWORKS FROM THE PHILLIPS COLLECTION

Featuring more than 50 paintings by iconic artists including Edgar Degas, Vincent van Gogh, Edouard Manet, Claude Monet, Pablo Picasso, and Paul Cézanne from the world-renowned Phillips Collection, A Modern Vision: European Masterworks from The Phillips Collection brings artists famous for their depictions of light, color, and modern life to the North Carolina Museum of…

Alphonse Mucha: Art Nouveau Visionary

Czech-born Alphonse Mucha (1860 – 1939) was one of the most celebrated artists in Paris at the turn of the 20th century. As an influential force behind the art nouveau movement, he created sumptuous posters and advertising—promoting such everyday products as cigarette papers and tea biscuits—that transformed the streets of Paris into open-air art exhibitions.…

Philip Guston Now

Philip Guston never stopped questioning the place of the artist in society. His paintings resonate with a profound humanism, defined equally by themes that touch on what he called the “brutality of the world” and the profound commitment he made to the joy of painting. Over his 50-year career, Guston (1913–1980) shifted from figuration to abstraction…

Alberto Giacometti: Toward the Ultimate Figure

Alberto Giacometti: Toward the Ultimate Figure presents an ensemble of 60 masterpieces highlighting Alberto Giacometti’s major achievements of the postwar years (1945–66). This touring exhibition explores the artist’s creative process and how he came to produce his iconic figures. Giacometti (1901–1966) reasserted the validity of the figure and figural representation at a time when abstract art…

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