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27th September 2014

Monet, Gauguin, van Gogh ... Japanese Inspirations

Monet, Gauguin, van Gogh ... Japanese Inspirations is an intriguing examination at the ways in which Japonisme, as it is known, added new lines of thought and expression to avant-garde styles of art. read more...
18th September 2014

Tate enjoys another record-breaking year

Tate is biting away at the heels of the British Museum to take the mantle of the most visited cultural institution in the UK, after it recorded another record-breaking year. Its annual report for 2013/14 noted that across its four sites it racked up over seven million visitors. read more...
12th September 2014

Rudolf Bauer - Forgotten Twentieth Century Master Painter

Along with a new play, Rudolf Bauer is currently the subject of a thoughtful new exhibition at the German Consulate in New York. These recent cultural surveys follow on from a spate of similar investigations into his life and contribution to avant-garde art in the twentieth century. read more...
12th September 2014

Largest sale of Man Ray art in over 25 years takes place in November

This November the art world is going to be in a daze. In Paris, Sotheby's will play host to the largest sale of works by the surrealist giant Man Ray in over 20 years. Over 400 works in a range of media from his estate will go under the hammer in what is one of the most exciting auctions of 2014. read more...
2nd September 2014

The Water Tank Project

The Water Tank Project, which is the brainchild of filmmaker Mary Jordan, is transforming the skyline of Manhattan. Part exhibition, part awareness, the scheme has just launched, with four tanks showcasing works by artists Laurie Simmons, Lorenzo Petrantoni, Sigrid Calon, and Odili Donald Odita. read more...

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