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26th July 2014

Kazimir Malevich's revolutionary art

Tate Modern delivers a powerful show that celebrates one of the most important artists of the twentieth century. Malevich: Revolutionary of Russian Art is the first major retrospective of the eponymous painter. read more...
26th July 2014

MOCA's art manifesto

Writing in Dazed Digital, Philippe Vergne , director of Los Angeles' Museum of Contemporary Art, outlines the establishment's Manifesto on Contemporary Art, explaining the institutions specialising in works that fall under this banner have to be museums "of our time". read more...
16th July 2014

Expressionism in Germany and France

A new exhibition, entitled Expressionism in Germany and France: From Van Gogh to Kandinsky, positions the movement in an international context, although still holding true to the fact that it was at its most poignant apogee in Europe. read more...
16th July 2014

Sotheby's old master sale delivers stellar performance

Sotheby's latest Old Master and British Paintings evening sale in London ended the night on $117.1 million (approximately £68.3 million), smashing pre-auction estimates. It is the highest ever total for such a sale at Sotheby's. read more...
3rd July 2014

Royal Collection paintings to undergo survey

Paintings from the Royal Collection, one of the largest and most important art collections in the world, are to undergo a major survey. Never before has such a review been conducted. It is one of the last remaining European royal collections to remain entirely intact from its inception. read more...

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