Along with being one of the greatest statesmen of the 20th century and the savior of Western civilization, Sir Winston Churchill was an avid painter too. Titled "The Paintings of Sir Winston Churchill ...
"For Riley, the sense of the edge of the work is something that in part comes from the natural world — how we perceive or feel our field of vision… " An Interview with Cliff Lauson, curator of “Bridget Riley” at the Hayward Gallery. https:// bit.ly/368Mel1 http://pic.twitter.com/fUGuCtDJUa
Regina José Galindo's performance, "Blind spot (Punto ciego)" (2010), which will show at the Guggenheim's "Under the Same Sun: Art From Latin America Today" exhibition on June 13th. (Courtesy of the ...
For more than 3,000 years, a series of kingdoms known as Ancient Nubia stretched along the Nile Valley. @MFABoston re-examines the histories of one of the earliest civilizations of the African continent. https:// bit.ly/387weBy http://pic.twitter.com/Jp0kjUtAAl
With Art Basel Miami Beach 2019 commencing today, we’ve been looking back at some of the best works from previous years. Here’s 60 Works in 60 Seconds from Art Basel Miami Beach 2015… What will this year’s fair have in store? https://www. youtube.com/watch?v=C_y6mv 0sh0A …
Heikes’ artistic practice sheds light on the precarious relationships found among the infinite matter of the universe. Jay Heikes’ “Before Common Era” at Federica Schiavo Gallery, Milan. https:// bit.ly/2DFlQTV http://pic.twitter.com/Aj1VASzF2F
Sir Stamford Raffles is credited as the founder of modern Singapore, but the policies he employed remain deeply controversial. “Sir Stamford Raffles: collecting in Southeast Asia 1811-1824” @britishmuseum https:// bit.ly/2r0bo6M http://pic.twitter.com/vDzwlVuiEz
When combined with a day trip of ice-cream and arcades, the darkness of this year’s themes will appear notably stark. Read more about the Turner Prize Exhibition 2019 here: https:// bit.ly/2qfF0wm http://pic.twitter.com/E3PDf2X7th
“Midnight in Paris: Surrealism at the Crossroads, 1929” examines the work, friendships, and clashes of over 20 artists of the era. On view at @TheDali, St. Petersburg, Florida. https:// bit.ly/2OvHwYz http://pic.twitter.com/IRhtKv90RD
Moderna Museet in Stockholm showcases works by Atsuko Tanaka, portraying Tanaka’s playful exploration of the relationship between body and technology, and between the work of art and its beholder. @ModernaMuseet https:// bit.ly/2L4BThQ http://pic.twitter.com/8QKqqV1p35
“UKIYOENOW: Tradition and Experiment” will raise questions around the future development of the ukiyo-e, such as how such a traditional handicraft can relate to digital printing techniques. On view at MAK Gallery, Vienna. @MAKWien https:// bit.ly/2OXdEn0 http://pic.twitter.com/tvmBU7wmZi
"Van Gogh’s Inner Circle" counters the prevalent idea that the artist was a lonely and tormented soul. In fact, the artist kept in close and often long-lasting contact with his family, fellow artists, and lovers. The Het Noordbrabants Museum https:// bit.ly/2R3dDRk http://pic.twitter.com/T7pM4sUJ5Z
After a car accident in 1979, Pindell was left with acute memory loss. The incident has led her to explore the process she endured; destruction and reconstruction. Howardena Pindell’s “Autobiography” at Garth Greenan Gallery, New York. https:// bit.ly/33zqywF http://pic.twitter.com/m5FWfvHlKG