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September 2023 Art News
Born on New Year’s Eve in 1869, Henri Matisse became one of the most influential French painters of the 20th century. Here are 10 surprising facts about the life of Henri Matisse.
Composing Color: Paintings by Alma Thomas" explores the life of this groundbreaking artist and educator. On view at the Smithsonian American Art Museum from September 15, 2023 – June 2, 2024, the exhibition highlights her distinct abstract style, which creates a dazzling interplay of pattern and vibrant color.
Timed with the premiere of 'Lee,' a movie all about the life and career of war photographer Lee Miller, at the Toronto Film Festival, photographer Annie Leibovitz recreated the famous photo of Miller in Hitler's bathtub, featuring Kate Winslet (the star of the film).
Truly great films can be hard to come by, especially with the endless options afforded by streaming platforms these days. That's why Art & Object is bringing you this curated list of top options.
This fall, over one hundred works from the collection of art patron Emily Fisher Landau will come to auction at Sotheby’s where they are estimated to bring in over $400 million.
While photo restrictions have been lifted on Pablo Picasso's famed Guernica at the Reina Sofia Museum, this permission may stifle quiet contemplation.
Hauser & Wirth's newest gallery in New York is solely dedicated to prints and editions along with its publishing arm, Hauser & Wirth Publishers, an eclectic bar, and a small amphitheater for panels and lectures.
When the Armory Show kicks off on September 8, there will be a show curated by Eva Respini in the Platform section featuring 12 large-scale installations under the theme of 'Rewriting Histories.'