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The exhibition will feature over 200 never before and rarely seen paintings, drawings, multimedia presentations, ephemera, and artifacts to give an intimate, multidimensional portrait that can only be told by his family.
A retrospective of the vital and articulate prints of prominent American artist Alison Saar underscores her persistent dialogue with some of the most urgent issues of our time, including race, gender, and spirituality.
The online-only auctions that were introduced by Hermann Historica GmbH several years ago are becoming increasingly popular. Some 4112 lots are coming under the hammer, including unparalleled, premium objects and pieces for first-time buyers.
Three years ago, when art dealer Christopher Bishop saw a drawing from a private collection, he knew it was something special.
The artist’s first retrospective in twenty-five years explores the arc of Bey’s four-decade-long career. Reflecting the evolution of Bey’s vision, the exhibition examines his enduring engagement with portraiture, place, and history.
The upcoming exhibition, comprised entirely of new artworks created during the 2020 lockdown, delves into the effects of recent international epoch-making events on private life as distilled through the lens of the artist's mind.
Joan Mitchell has long been hailed as a formidable creative force—a painter who attained critical acclaim and success in the male-dominated art circles of 1950s New York.
The event unites galleries from across the city, with participants zoned into three areas. London Gallery Weekend will promote a daily focus on a geographical area, though all participating galleries will be open across the three days.
Theaster Gates: How to Sell Hardware—the artist’s latest installation in Chicago and third solo show at Gray—tells the story of Theaster Gates’s ongoing engagement with a family-owned store formerly located on Chicago’s South Side.
This fall, the Baltimore Museum of Art will present the first comprehensive exhibition to explore the singular forty-three-year friendship between Baltimore collector Etta Cone and French modern master Henri Matisse.