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- At the National Gallery in Washington, D.C., a thrilling new show, "The Double," proves the surprising power of duplication. At the very start of "The Double: Identity and Difference in Art Since 1900," a brilliant new show at the National Gallery, stands an 8-foot-tall plywood column, painted plain gray without ornament. Standing by itself, it would come across as simply architectonic. But it isn't alone: An identical column lies on the ground alongside, and the pairing — now inevitably ...

Source: nytimes.com

- Steven Sulley - Founder of Woodbury House It is not unusual to see attention-grabbing headlines about pieces of street art that have sold for millions at auction. The evolution of the art form goes back thousands of years, but its recent explosion in popularity is closely linked with the countercultures of cities such as New York, Paris and London, with artists from this scene, such as Keith Haring, Richard Hambleton and Basquiat, bridging the gap between urban street art and the fine art ...

Source: forbes.com

- Scotland's national gallery has discovered a previously unknown portrait of the post-Impressionist painter on the back of an 1885 canvas. A painting likely to be a previously unknown self-portrait of Vincent van Gogh has been discovered by the National Galleries of Scotland, according to Edinburgh's institution. The portrait was found on the back of the canvas of the Dutch post-Impressionist's 1885 work "Head of a Peasant Woman", covered by layers of glue and cardboard. It shows a bearded ...


- Picture: via TAN In The Guardian , Donna Ferguson reports on research by a Dutch academic on why Van Gogh's painting Gauguin's Chair (above right) became much less well known than his painting, Van Gogh's Chair (left), even though the two were originally painted by Van Gogh as pendants. The answer lies with Johanna Bonger, the widow of Van Gogh's brother, Theo, who took a great dislike to Gauguin: "Johanna never showed Gauguin's Chair , while Van Gogh's Chair was promoted as a really important ...


- Randall Griffey , a curator in the Metropolitan Museum of Art 's modern and contemporary art department who has organized a string of acclaimed shows, has joined the Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington, D.C., as its new head curator. At the Smithsonian American Art Museum, where he will begin this summer, Griffey will oversee a reinstallation of the institution's permanent collection galleries and supervise the curatorial staff. The lead curatorial role was most recently filled by E. ...

Source: artnews.com

- Artistic contemporaries of Paul Cezanne hailed him with labels like “the greatest of us all,” and the French Post-Impressionist was the focus of multiple major exhibitions in the 20th century with his iconic works assuring sizeable visitor turnouts. The Art Institute of Chicago believes the answer is yes. It has teamed with the Tate Modern in London to organize what is billed as the first major retrospective devoted to the artist’s work in the United States in more than 25 years. The ...


- Thanks to technical photographs, researchers say the painting has the unmistakable mature style of Rembrandt's chiaroscuro technique. A landscape painting at the Gemäldegalerie in Berlin that was long attributed to Govert Flinck, a student of Rembrandt van Rijn, is now believed to be by the famed Dutch painter himself. Thanks to technical photographs, researchers now say the painting, titled Landscape with Arched Bridge , has the unmistakable mature style of Rembrandt’s chiaroscuro ...


- An exhibition on view at the Detroit Institute of Arts focuses on Italian women artists who held their own in the male-dominated art world Thanks to feminist scholars of the last century, Baroque painter Artemisia Gentileschi (1593-1653) has gone from a footnote in art history textbooks to something of a household name. Her works now fetch sums in the millions . In 2020, London’s National Gallery staged a blockbuster solo exhibition of Gentileschi’s art—the museum’s show dedicated to a ...


- Further 30 works from Macklowe collection to be auctioned in New York in May after billionaire couple’s split A never-before-seen masterpiece by Mark Rothko and one of Andy Warhol’s last self-portraits are among the dozens of works to be auctioned this spring as part of the sale of one of the greatest collections of modern contemporary art ever assembled. The Macklowe collection, which was amassed by the real estate magnate Harry Macklowe and Linda Burg, an honorary trustee of New York’s ...


- This article is part of a series of interviews by Folasade Ologundudu exploring the evolving conversation about abstract art among Black artists across different generations. Alteronce Gumby has had quite a year. After closing his highly successful dual-site exhibition, “ Somewhere Under the Rainbow/The Sky Is Blue and What Am I, ” this past summer at False Flag and Charles Moffett galleries, the Yale-trained painter released his first monograph, Colour Is a Beautiful Thing , with ...


- See images from the long-awaited renovation and rehang. In the most hotly anticipated opening in London in decades, London’s newly refurbished Courtauld Gallery at Somerset House will reopen after three years today, giving the public access to its incomparable Impressionist and medieval collections with some added contemporary touches. The collection ranges from the Middle Ages to the 20th century and includes works by Sandro Botticelli, Claude Monet, Edouard Manet, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, ...





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