See Streeton, Roberts, Rubens, Van Gogh and Indigenous art in a New Light

See Streeton, Roberts, Rubens, Van Gogh and Indigenous art in a New Light

The Art Gallery of New South Wales Grand Courts, home to Rubens, Van Gogh, Monet, Pissarro, Cezanne, Hogarth, Delacroix, Leighton, Constable, Gainsborough and Australian artists, Roberts, Streeton, McCubbin, Lambert, Bunny, Phillips Fox, Gruner and Ashton, will re-open to the public in ‘grand’ style on the Gallery’s open weekend (September 12 & 13) with more than […]

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“Meier 75” Installation Celebrates Promised Gift of Two Richard Meier Drawings

“Meier 75” Installation Celebrates Promised Gift of Two Richard Meier Drawings

The Smithsonian’s Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum will present a special installation in its Great Hall to celebrate Richard Meier’s promised gift of two architectural drawings of the J. Paul Getty Center in Los Angeles. Meier is presenting the works to Cooper-Hewitt on the occasion of his 75th birthday and the publication of “Richard Meier, Architect […]

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Agora Gallery Presents a Collective Exhibition

Chelsea’s Agora Gallery announced they will host a collective art exhibition consisting of three parts that is scheduled to run from September 8, 2009 through September 29, 2009. Cary Gang’s awe-inspiring works of pure abstraction inspire the spirit in their symphony of colors. Imparting her bold sense of gesture to the canvas, the artist entrances […]

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Out of Line: Drawings from the Twentieth Century and Beyond

Out of Line: Drawings from the Twentieth Century and Beyond

This exhibition of drawings dating from 1900 to 2007 showcases the Allen Memorial Art Museum’ s outstanding and highly diverse permanent collection. Included among over 125 stellar works are those by Close, De Chirico, De Kooning, Dine, Diebenkorn, Kandinsky, Klimt, Matisse, Miró, Picasso, Pollock, Rauschenberg, and Wegman. Also highlighted are a selection of new acquisitions: […]

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