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Louvre reinstalls the Mona Lisa in the updated Salle des États

Extreme makeover Louvre Edition is offically complete and the Mona Lisa is back in her home gallery after a three-month

Long lost painting by Eugène Delacroix to go on display today at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

Today, the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston (MFAH) will unveil one of its newest acquisitions by Eugène Delacroix (1798-1863).

Eleven Steens: the emphasis on the materials

Located south of Brussels, Saint-Gilles is one of the liveliest districts and the most beloved by artists. Also, since spring

Kara Walker debuts monumental fountain in Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall

A 13-meter-high fountain that alludes to a memorial with a colonialist past was revealed today as the latest Hyundai Commission

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Sam Szafran: farewell to a master

Just when the Gallery Claude Bernard, where his work was frequently shown, had dedicated a booth to him at the

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Peggy Guggenheim, the American avant-garde’s foremost gallery owner

Born in New York in 1898, Peggy Guggenheim was the daughter of a rich New York banker and the niece

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‘Utopian Imagination’: exploring the future at the Ford Foundation Gallery

Having opened in March of this year, New York’s Ford Foundation Gallery has recently kicked off ‘Utopian Imagination,’ an exhibition which will round out the gallery’s first year of shows. Having opened on September 17th, the exhibition takes a look

Kara Walker debuts monumental fountain in Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall

A 13-meter-high fountain that alludes to a memorial with a colonialist past was revealed today as the latest Hyundai Commission work at Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall. American artist Kara Walker is behind the much-anticipated work, who started the fountain as

Rediscover Marie Raymond’s luminous canvases at Diane de Polignac

“A painting is harmony, order, balance, created among the chaos of the colored world”, said Marie Raymond. For the first time in too many years, the exhibition “To the Light” (September 19 – November 29, 2019),at the Diane de Polignac

Liberating art history: Wangechi Mutu takes over the Metropolitan’s empty niches

The Metropolitan Museum of Art continues to challenge its traditional reputation through the inauguration of its new annual facade commission. Before visitors even step into the museum, they can see four bronze sculptures of women entitled The NewOnes, will free

New MacArthur Fellows include artists Mel Chin, Jeffry Gibson, and Cameron Rowland

The MacArthur Fellowship is a prestigious fellow programme presented by the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation that seeks to support creatives in the US across a plethora of backgrounds. Since it began in 1981, more than 1,000 people

Siminovitch Prize in Theatre 2019 shortlist announced

This past week, the Siminovitch Prize in Theatre announced the shortlist for candidates in the field of directing. The generous award offers $100 000 (CAD) to a theatre practitioner in Canada who has spent a decade or more contributing noteworthy

‘Michelangelo: Mind of the Master’ highlights his creative process through more than 50 drawings

In an exhibition of works by Michelangelo (1475-1564), entitled ‘Michelangelo: Mind of the Master,’ a loan of drawings that were once a part of Queen Christina of Sweden’s (1626-1689) collection are the centrepiece. Having opened just a few days ago,

Replica of Josef Albers’ ‘Manhattan’ looms over commuters once again

Amidst the hustle and bustle of New York train and subway stations, you can find some breathtaking works of art. From the starry sky above the main hall of Grand Central Terminal to the countless artworks dotted around the subway

Artist Olafur Eliasson named as Goodwill Ambassador for climate action

Olafur Eliasson, the Icelandic/Danish artist known for his large-scale works often highlighting environmental issues, was recently appointed the newest Goodwill Ambassador for climate action and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG). The position is part of the United Nations Development Programme