Art News

MuseumJanuary 27, 2020
Traditionally, memorial poles — known as lorrkkon, ḏupun or ḻarrakitj — were used to house the bones of the deceased.
FairJanuary 24, 2020
This special edition show will host 60 international galleries and a focused schedule of events, performances, and special projects celebrating SCOPE’s journey from entrepreneurial upstart to full-…
GalleryJanuary 23, 2020
Funds raised will support Art4Equality’s 2020 programming which will provide more opportunities for female artists and advance their goals of gender equality in the arts.
MuseumJanuary 22, 2020
An inspiration for Dada and Surrealism and a touchstone for the Theatre of the Absurd, Alfred Jarry is best-known today for his revolutionary play "Ubu roi" (1896) and for his invention of…
MuseumJanuary 22, 2020
The J. Paul Getty Museum announces that the acquisition of Joseph Wright of Derby's "Two Boys with a Bladder" will proceed, following the granting of an export license by the Arts Council of England.
MuseumJanuary 21, 2020
Challenging issues of home, craft and the politics of materials, Hugh Hayden reimagines the domestic spaces of Bainbridge House, which dates to 1766, through meticulously constructed surrealistic…
GalleryJanuary 17, 2020
As part of its on-going dialogue with the military community, Salmagundi is proud to present From There to Here: Military Veterans’ Experiences, a veteran-curated exhibit of military veterans’ art…
At LargeJanuary 16, 2020
Paris Musées recently gave an exceptional gift to the public.
MuseumJanuary 16, 2020
One Each invites a dialogue with the past, exploring the impact that the still lifes of the 1860s had on art movements in the 20th century, including, and perhaps most importantly, Cubism.
GalleryJanuary 15, 2020
PUBLIC SWIM, an art gallery, project space and community gathering place will be making its debut splash this January at 105 Henry Street in Lower Manhattan’s Chinatown.