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J. M. W. Turner, Peace – Burial at Sea, Exhibited 1842 Oil on canvas, 34 1/4 x 34 1/8 in. Tate Britain, London, accepted by the nation as part of the Turner Bequest 1856, N00528 Photo: © Tate, London, 2020

Kimbell Art Museum | Turner's Modern World

During his lifetime, J. M. W. Turner (1775-1851) witnessed spectacular technological innovations and the industrialization of modern life. As the advances of industry and commerce brought Britain to wo
Brognon Rollin, Subbar, Sabra, 2015, Coll. The Israel Museum, Jérusalem, @MAC VAL 2020, Photo Arélien Mole © Brognon Rollin

Brognon Rollin. The Penultimate Version Of Reality

Over the last 15 years, David Brognon and Stéphanie Rollin have developed a multifaceted body of work, guided by conceptual and ethical principles. Titled after Jorge Luis Borges' 1928 essay, The penu
ack Shure and Leegan Koo

GR gallery. Jack Shure and Leegan Koo

GR Gallery is pleased to announce "Happy Hour" and "Some Strange Speckle of Truth", two concurrent solo exhibitions featuring artists Leegan Koo and Jack Shure. The shows will unveil the latest series
Ausstellungssujet Hungry for Time - Grafik: Beton

Hungry For Time by Rags Media Collective

To mark the renovation of its iconic building on Schillerplatz, The Academy of Fine Vienna has invited the trio of artists and curators from New Delhi Raqs Media Collective to survey the historical Pai
BARDO "Topography of the space between"

BARDO "Topography of the space between"

Bardo is a mystical, enigmatic, and visually stunning action. This is how it is described by the critic and doctor in Art History Nadine Seligmann who explains that the term "bardo" refers to the Tibet
Hergé / Tintin © Robert Kayaert, SOFAM, Bruxelas/SPA, Lisboa 2021

Foundation Calouste Gulbenkian. Hergé

Georges Remi alias Hergé (Belgium 1907 – 1983) was a multiply talented artist and the creator of the world-famous character Tintin. In nine sections, filled with original drawings, sketches, paintings

Jacob Hashimoto. Misunderstandings

At its best, art writing adopts the approach of the method actor: the writer enters the psyche of the artist, and in this act of self-deception, strings together words into a text whose structure adopt
Under the Wave off Kanagawa ('The Great Wave'), from the series Thirty-six Views of Mt. Fuji, 1831 Katsushika Hokusai (1760-1849) Japan - The British Museum, 2008,3008.1.JA With contribution from Art Fund and Brooke Sewell Bequest © 2021, The Trustees of the British Museum

LaCollection - The British Museum. Launch of the NFT Platform

A new online NFT platform dedicated to museums and art institutions is being launched in partnership with the British Museum on 30th September 2021. will feature an NFT store with a sel
Portrait Rebecca Horn Rebecca-Horn-Workshop © Gunter Lepkowski

Bank Austria Kunstforum Wien. Rebecca Horn

This comprehensive retrospective presents a wide-ranging and insightful view into Rebecca Horn's artistic practice and focuses on the inter-relationships in various media and genres in her work. One o
Jasper Johns

Jasper Johns: Mind/Mirror

The radical, inventive art of Jasper Johns (b. 1930) continues to influence today's artists like few others. In an unprecedented collaboration, the Whitney and the Philadelphia Museum of Art will stage