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Museum of Contemporary Art, LA and the Geffen Contemporary: F A Room of Their Own: From Rothko to Rauschenberg
This presentation together with A Room of
Their Own: From Oldenburg to Gober will span more
than 50 years of contemporary art. The exhibition
is co-organized by MOCA chief cu...
Guggenheim Hermitage Museum: A Century of Painting: From Renoir to Rothko
We are very pleased to present this exhibition of modern masterpieces from the permanent collection of the Guggenheim," said Thomas Krens, Director, Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation. "Renoir to Rothko offers a sweeping overview of painting from th...
Guggenheim Museum, Berlin: On the Sublime: Mark Rothko, Yves Klein, James Turrell
Although the concept of the sublime is most often identified with nineteenth-century Romanticism, the first century
CE philosopher Longinus is credited with one of the earliest discussions. In On t...
Michael Dunev Art Projects: Jordi Teixidor: Painting
Characterised by a reductionist aesthetic and a limited chromatic range, the paintings of Teixidor dig
deeply into the unconscious, with bands of colour ranging from sombre blacks to expressive gestural
marks that underline the complexity of the...
Phillips Collection: William Scharf: Paintings, 1984-2000
Scharf's work, which brings to mind the paintings of Arshile Gorky and Mark Rothko, for whom he served as a studio assistant,
has been considered second generation abstract expressionist. His sources and references, howeve...
National Gallery of Art: A Century of Drawing: Works on Paper from Degas to LeWitt
Examples by great old masters who created some of their most powerful work after the turn of the century--Edgar Degas, Auguste Rodin, and Winslow Homer--are shown side by side with works by the younger generation of artists, such as Pablo Picasso,...
Tate Gallery: Britain s New National
Museum of Modern Art, and Will Open to the Public for the First Time on 12 May.
Bankside Power Station has been transformed into Tate Modern by the Swiss architects
Herzog & de Meuron. The former Turbine Hall, running the whole length of the vast
building, now marks a breathtaking entrance to the gallery. From...
Menil Collection: SAM FRANCIS: PAINTINGS 1947-1990
Phillips Collection: Renoir to Rothko: The Eye of Duncan Phillips
Phillips’ early ambition was to be a critic. At the end, he had become
one of the primary interpreters of modernism in the United States, as
well as the collector of nearly 2,000 ...
Lawrence Gallery Portland: New Works by Painter Ann Ruttan
Patron’s of Ruttan’s work will be dazzled by her new collection as they are revealed in the main gallery on 1st Thursday, September 1st. Those seeking Ruttan’s work for the first time, should look forward to large scale canvases which mirror t...
Evergreen Cultural Centre: Call for Artists: Digitalis 2: The Spiritual in Digital Art
Please submit a maximum of 3 low resolution JPEG or GIF files as well as a bio, artist statement and proposal to firstname.lastname@example.org by June 1, 2002
The Evergreen Cultural Centre is located in Coquitlam, British Columbia, Canada, near Vancouver (3...
Neuberger Museum of Art: Placing Avery
Milton Avery had a strong, “Connecticut Yankee” work ethic. He painted for 50 years, some times spending all day for weeks at a time at his easel, and sometimes creating as many as five or six paintings or studies in one day. He’s been quoted as...
Neuberger Museum of Art: Welcome Home Milton!
Milton Avery brought together simple, spare forms and harmonious colors to build patterns
of flat, interlocking shapes reminiscent of French artist Henri Matisse. He frequently
Mason Murer Fine Art Gallery: Recent Paintings: Ray Pierotti, Roy Carruthers and T.L. Lange
Ray Pierotti's work appears in numerous collections and installations around the world. His first showing in Atlanta at Mason Murer, www.masonmurer.com, (one of Atlanta’s newest fine art galleries) presents recent paintings based on the
Hicks Gallery: Summer 2006: Recent Paintings by Sandra Blow RA, June Frickleton, Terry Whybrow, Claudio Missagia, Henrik Simonsen, and David Beer
Terry Whybrow lives and works in St. Ives as does Sandra Blow. He has for many years been regarded by dealers and fellow artists as a great and unsung talent.
Henrik Simonsen has shown with us for several years steadily growing in popularity...
Museum of Fine Arts, Houston: Art at Midcentury: Spotlight on the Collection of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
The exhibition opens with art by European and Latin
American artists such as Max Ernst and Matta, whose
work was to play a defining role in shaping the New Yor...
Museum Jan van der Togt: Sam Francis
Sam Francis was a citizen of the world who lived for art. American by birth, he has spend a large part of his live in Europe (Paris and Bern), Tokyo and New York. Some of his paintings have been partly created in Paris, worked on in New York, and ...
Tate Gallery, Liverpool: Figurative Art at the End of the Century
Many of these works have only just been
acquired by the Tate and are on show in Liverpool for the first
time. Together, they create a powerful spectacle and raise issues
Art Gallery of New South Wales: Wolfgang Laib: The Third Balnaves Foundation Sculpture Project
Laib spent part of his youth in southern India and the experience had a profound impact on his life and work. Having studied medicine, it was through his exposure to temple offerings in Tamil Nadu that he realised how he could begin to make art as...
Cobden Club: Richard Stickler - A British Contemporary Abstract Artist and Musician
Digital Abstract Photography
A series of Signed Limited Edition photographs is exhibited at Cobden Club London. They are the result of the study of artificial light, and the interaction with its surroundings. Based on the discovery on how ne...
Dia Center for the Arts: Concordance: Alfred Jensen
Jensen was in many ways an autodidact, his aesthetic informed
by the study of a broad range of esoteric interests, including
the color theories of Goethe, the writings of Leonardo da
Vinci, Pythagorean geometry, Mayan and ancient Chinese
State Museum of Pennsylvania: The Art of the State: Pennsylvania 2003
Doug Kinsey's painting, "Float-Hole Series: keleusma" has been selected for exhibition.
Kurt Shaw (art critic for The Tribune-Review, Pittsburgh, PA) has stated in a recent review (Feb. 21, 2003) that: "'Interior/Exterior Landscapes' can be fo...
Philadelphia Museum of Art: Barnett Newman (1905-1970)
It will trace the
dramatic shifts in Newman's practice from his Surrealist- inspired drawings of
the 1940s, through his development of the trademark vertical stripe ...
Paul Engle Center for Arts: Expressions in Abstract : Abby Jones
Abstract expressionism can be defined as a style expressing the artist's ideas or sensations in a manner that, at first glance, appears to be a random, spontaneous application of paint.
"The idea that abstract expressionists merely splatter...
Art Gallery of New South Wales: Resonating: Denise Green
Through twenty paintings and sixty-two works on paper
Resonating: Denise Green traces the evolution of her work
JohnGordon Gallery: John Dahlsen: New Assemblages and Prints
‘These prints on canvas are a relatively new frontier for me, I have been working on perfecting this technique over the past two years with photographers and printers,’ said Dahlsen. ‘I have to say that the prints for this exhibition have really h...
Galerie Caprice Horn: Waves: Work by Douglas Busch
Initially, the pictures were studies of the constantly changing aspect of the sea, waves rolling shoreward and receding, formations of sand and stones, as well as the different lighting modulated by the sun’s position during the day and as evening...
Agora Gallery: The Odyssey Within, The Color of Wild, Enlightenment and Reflected Consciousness
The Odyssey Within presents Daisy Cohen, Cariya Breeman, Kiran Chugani and Cos Gerolemou. Cohen’s elegant watercolor-like paintings, created with acrylic paint on plexiglass, capture the moment of washy paint dispersion. Influenced by Greek myths,...
Leslie Sacks Fine Art: New Acquisitions: Part Two Contemporary Art
This literal and sometimes even literary approach is really at the heart of contemporary art, much of which is referred to as “post-modern.” An in depth discussion of post-modernism is well beyond the scope of this short writing, but let it suffic...
Art Scene Warehouse: Chinese Contemporary Art Masters Exhibition
Du Xinjian is without a doubt one of China‚s most creative and skilled contemporary artists. Du often reads and quotes Chinese philosophers; many of the ancient masters‚ concepts, as well as a variety of renaissance, classical and modern things, f...
Frederick R. Weisman Art Museum: Jimmy Ernst: Transcending the Surreal
This retrospective exhibition features over 35 major paintings. It covers five decades of his art and looks at how he absorbed and transcended Surrealism to create his own unique mode of abstract painting.
Jimmy Ernst’s paintings were influenced...
Los Angeles County Museum of Art: Gestures: Postwar American and European Abstraction from the Permanent Collection
Abstract Expressionism and art informel emerged independently of one another in the mid-1940s and flourished during a redefining period. After World War II, the cultural environment in the United
States was, by today’s standards, extremely natio...
Fogg Museum, Harvard: Philip Guston: A New Alphabet Brings Pivotal Group
of Paintings Together for First Time
The exhibition is co-organized by Harry Cooper, associate curator of modern art at the Fogg Art Museum, and Joanna Weber, acting curator of European and contemporary art at the Yale Art Gallery, with the help of Laura Greengold, a recent graduate ...
Florence Lynch Gallery: Minimalpop: A Joint Effort with CCNOA, Brussels and PS, Amsterdam
The exhibition minimalpop is a joint effort of CCNOA center for contemporary
non-objective art, Brussels, and the Amsterdam-based artist-run gallery PS.
Both places share a history of exchange of artists as well as curated
exhibitions. The conc...
Forte de S. Joao: The First International Canvas Competition: The Colors of Age
Doug Kinsey states about his work:
"When looking at my work the viewer should consider them as configurations of spiritual geography. In this manner I refer to them as, “Interior/Exterior Landscapes.
"The primary blue shape will refer to...
Haus der Kunst: Sean Scully: The Nineties - Paintings, Pastels, Watercolors, Photographs
Piet Mondrian, Mark Rothko and Henri Matisse are the most important influences on the painting of Sean Scully. Since the 1970s, the artist has restricted himself to a severely reduced form repertoire of lines, stripes and blocks for his pictures. ...
Agora Gallery: Modern Prespectives: A Collective Exhibition
Renata Castilho's color choices are bold, creating a feeling of movement and sensuality. The abstraction of her work allows the reader to experience pure color and form, which expresses the essence of an image in an evocative format. Castilho of...
Sprengel Musuem: How you look at it: 20th-century Photography
The exhibition How you look at it. 20th-century Photography offers a
chance to take stock. It starts by showing how photography has
greatly increased in popularity in recent years, mainly obvious by its
growing presence in museums w...
Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington: Threshold: Byron Kim 1990-2004
For the past decade Byron Kim has maintained a steadfast commitment to exploring the potential content of abstract painting, drawing on post-war traditions of monochrome painting exemplified by Ad Reinhardt's black paintings and Brice Marden's wax...
Haus der Kunst: Gerhard Richter. Abstract Paintings
The series "Cage" from 2006 and "Wald" (Forest) from 2005 - the latter on view for the first time in Europe - serve as the show's point of departure. The exhibition traces Richter's artistic development - represented in these series - to its roots...
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