• Peter Getting Out of Nick's Pool, 1966. Collection Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool.© David Hockney Photo Credit: Richard Schmidt.

      Tate Britain: David Hockney

      Saturday, 11 February 2017 20:45

      David Hockney – 80 years in 8 works David Hockney, is an English painter, draughtsman, printmaker, stage designer and photographer. An important contributor to the pop art movement of the 1960s, he is considered one of the most influential British artists of the twentieth century. From his portraits and images of Los Angeles swimming pools, through to his photography […]

    • Zaha Hadid, The Peak Project, Hong Kong, China (Exterior perspective), 1991. Synthetic polymer on paper mounted on canvas, 51 x 72" (129.5 x 182.9 cm). Credit: David Rockefeller, Jr. Fund. Copyright © 2017 Zaha Hadid. MoMA Collection.

      MoMA response to last week’s travel ban on Twitter

      Sunday, 5 February 2017 17:39

      In response to last week’s travel ban, we’ve installed #ZahaHadid‘s “The Peak Project, Hong Kong, China”: https://t.co/O1nUU3cPcw#ArtSpeakspic.twitter.com/sqVcdG3yws — Museum of Modern Art (@MuseumModernArt) February 4, 2017    Next to Henri Rousseau’s “The Sleeping Gypsy”, a painting by Zaha Hadid, the Iraqi-born British architect who died last year. The showcase of contemporary art from Iran, Iraq […]

    • "Angela Davis," © Stephen Shames, 1972

      Black Power! at The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture

      Saturday, 4 February 2017 18:27

      Black Power! On view in the Main Exhibition Hall Curated by Dr. Sylviane A. Diouf The concept of Black Power was introduced by Stokely Carmichael and fellow Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) worker Willie Ricks in June 1966. Like no other ideology before, the multiform and ideologically diverse movement shaped black consciousness and identity and […]

    • Fernand Léger, 1954 -by Ida Kar [if not the last, one of the latest portraits of Léger] via NPG

      Fernand Léger was born today on February 4 in 1881

      Saturday, 4 February 2017 15:50

      Joseph Fernand Henri Léger was born today on February 4, 1881, in Argentan, Orne, Lower Normandy, where his father raised cattle. Léger initially trained as an architect from 1897 to 1899, before moving in 1900 to Paris, and supported himself as an architectural draftsman. He was rejected at the École des Beaux-Arts, notwithstanding he attended […]

    • Charles Atlas, MC9, 2012, Nine-channel synchronized video installation, sound, Duration: 18:00 minutes
Installation view, De Hallen, Haarlem, 2012

      Artist Khaled Akil vows not to seek US visa under Trump

      Tuesday, 31 January 2017 22:24

      A Syrian artist whose work about the war in his country has captured the world’s imagination has vowed not to apply for a United States visa until President Donald Trump is out of power. Khaled Akil’s latest project is being exhibited from Tuesday at California’s Stanford University. Under Trump’s recent executive order, which suspends travel for […]

    • Untitled — Joan Mitchell, circa 1958—1959
Oil on canvas and board
146.4 x 208.9 cm / 57 5/8 x 82 1/4 in

© Joan Mitchell Foundation
Courtesy the Foundation and Hauser & Wirth
Photo: Genevieve Hanson

      Opening at Hauser & Wirth New York, 69th Street

      Tuesday, 31 January 2017 13:58

      2 Feb – 1 Apr 2017, Hauser & Wirth New York, 69th Street Opening: Thursday 2 February 2017, 6 – 8 pm ‘Between the space of nothing and the action of something, everything is possible’ – Douglas Dreishpoon New York… Beginning 2 February 2017, Hauser & Wirth will present ‘Nothing and Everything: Seven Artists, 1947 – 1962,’ […]

    • Mark Bradford, artist

      U.S. Pavilion Features New Work by Mark Bradford

      Sunday, 29 January 2017 17:30

      U.S. PAVILION AT LA BIENNALE DI VENEZIA 57TH INTERNATIONAL ART EXHIBITION TO FEATURE TOMORROW IS ANOTHER DAY  WITH NEW WORK BY MARK BRADFORD PROJECT WILL INCLUDE MULTI-YEAR COLLABORATION BETWEEN BRADFORD AND VENICE SOCIAL COOPERATIVE, RIO TERÀ DEI PENSIERI BALTIMORE, MD, January 25, 2017 – The Rose Art Museum at Brandeis University and The Baltimore Museum […]

    • Louise Bourgeois: Untitled (detail), 1998-2014, suite of eight holograms (Photo: Matthew Schreiber, The Easton Foundation).

      Louise Bourgeois: Holograms at Cheim & Read

      Sunday, 29 January 2017 16:28

      Cheim & Read is pleased to present Louise Bourgeois: Holograms, the first exhibition devoted exclusively to this little-known aspect of the artist’s long, groundbreaking career.   In 1998 Bourgeois was approached by C-Project, a New York-based fine arts holographic studio (the C stands for the speed of light) dedicated to exploring the creative potential of […]

    • Patrick Howlett, Outlet, 2016, oil and distemper on linen on panel, painted frame, 37.5 x 30 cm. Photo: Toni Hafkenscheid

      The Personal Atmosphere of Patrick Howlett

      Sunday, 29 January 2017 16:05

      Years ago, feeling good, the artist stumbled upon an old book at a Goodwill store: The Personal Atmosphere, by Frank Channing Haddock PhD. He bought it. Years later, feeling bad, he opened the book and used its questionable power to make this show. This, however, is not the first show Howlett built based on literature. […]

    • A sketch of Christo’s proposed artwork “Over the River,” depicting a view from the Arkansas River. Credit Christo Over the River, Project for the Arkansas River, Colorado

      Christo, Trump and the Art World’s Biggest Protest Yet

      Thursday, 26 January 2017 21:03

      By RANDY KENNEDYJAN. 25, 2017 for NY Times With one dramatic no, a major artist has just escalated the culture world’s war against Donald J. Trump. For more than 20 years, the artist Christo has worked tirelessly and spent $15 million of his own money to create a vast public artwork in Colorado that would […]

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