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The International Center of Photography (ICP) will present a major retrospective exhibition of the work of the multifaceted artist William Klein. "William Klein: YES; Photographs, Paintings, Films, 1948–2013" will feature nearly 300 works, filling ICP’s galleries with media from Klein’s expansive and boundary-pushing six-decade career.
The Savannah College of Art and Design is proud to present work by alumnus Shine Huang (M.F.A., photography, 2017) and faculty members Josh Jalbert and V. Elizabeth Turk at Photo London, the U.K.’s premier photo fair, at Somerset House.
The Savannah College of Art and Design is proud to present work by alumnus Shine Huang (M.F.A., photography, 2017) and faculty members Josh Jalbert and V. Elizabeth Turk at Photo London, the U.K.’s premier photo fair, at Somerset House, May 12–15.
"This exhibition and its accompanying publication vividly exemplify our desire to advance new art historical scholarship by displaying materials that tell a more inclusive story of human creativity," said Michael Govan, LACMA CEO.
Freeman’s May 11 auction brings an important collection of artworks from a private New York family to market. The sixteen lots offered—almost all works on paper—present buyers with remarkable fresh-to-market collecting opportunities.
Much like ourselves, the characters in Bea Scaccia: With their Striking Features arm themselves with costumes and possessions that speak to the roles they are trying to perform, and the identities they are attempting to embody, particularly with respect to issues of class and gender.
Olde Hope is pleased to announce the opening of "Shelf Life: The Art of Laurene Krasny Brown" at the New York gallery. The show runs runs from April 14 – July 2 and features thirty-seven of the artist’s works hung alongside complimentary pieces of American painted furniture, folk art, and decorative arts from Olde Hope’s inventory.
Prior to its special presentation in Venice, Le Grand Canal will embark on a global tour, stopping first in Taipei, where, on 27 March, it will be unveiled to the public for the first time in 25 years, since it was last exhibited at the Kimbell Art Museum in 1997.
The Savannah College of Art and Design proudly announces the appointment of Daniel S. Palmer as the new chief curator of the SCAD Museum of Art. The announcement coincides with SCAD MOA’s 10th-anniversary celebration, occasioning a bold new era for the premier teaching museum.
This year’s event will feature forty of the most outstanding exhibitors in the US, specializing in fine art, design, antiques, Americana, folk art, ceramics, porcelain, silver, jewelry, textiles, and decorative arts.