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Brett Rogers

  Brett Rogers OBE, has been the director of The Photographers’ Gallery in London since 2005. She is widely credited for elevating photography as a prominent art medium in the UK and positioning the… Continue reading

Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum celebrates prints

  The Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum at Washington University in St. Louis presents three new exhibitions exploring the modern and contemporary evolution of printed and editioned artworks. Spanning the mid-1940s through the… Continue reading

mumok presents excerpts from the collection of Alexander Schröder

  The mumok in Vienna presents one of Germany’s most significant private collections in its premises. The exhibition, which runs until 27th May, features works from the collection of German gallerist and philanthropist… Continue reading

Jérôme Bastianelli

  Jérôme Bastianelli is deputy CEO of the musée du quai Branly – Jacques Chirac, in Paris. His most recent book Proust et Ruskin, is published by Editions Robert Laffont. A former student of… Continue reading

Spruth Magers opens exhibition of Craig Kauffman’s work

  Crossroads: Kauffman, Judd and Morris, is Sprüth Magers’ second curated exhibition of Craig Kauffman’s work, displayed alongside his influences and contemporaries. The show presents six works from Kauffman’s period of 1966—1971, when he… Continue reading

Olafur Eliasson at Espace Muraille

  Espace Muraille opens an exhibition of works by Olafur Eliasson to coincide with the opening of the local art fair artgeneva. The show continues the strong programme presented by the Geneva-based gallery,… Continue reading

Ann Demeulemeester Mens 2018-2019

Klimt at Home by Patrick Bade

  Gustav Klimt at Home, a new fantastic book by Art and Opera Lecturer and Author Patrick Bade, follows the excellent Frida Kahlo at Home by Suzanne Barbezat. It is part of a… Continue reading

Song of the Earth/La Sylphide, English National Ballet, London Coliseum,

      The English National Ballet celebrates MacMillan’s music and poetry by revisiting the Scottish choreographer’s repertoire with a beautiful performance of Song of the Earth. The show coincides with the 25th anniversary… Continue reading

Axel Rüger

This week, a previously unknown drawing of a landscape of Paris’ Montmartre – the area known as a source of inspiration for many artists – was acknowledged as an authentic work by Dutch… Continue reading