Nicolai Abildgaard Exhibition at the National Gallery of Denmark

Nicolai Abildgaard Exhibition at the National Gallery of Denmark

Armed with gods, mythological creatures, coarse satire and a modern social outlook, he made his art a mouthpiece for reform in a time of unrest under absolute monarchy, social injustice and stifled freedom of expression. Despite his international orientation and multifaceted, powerful life’s work, Abildgaard has long stood in the shadow of his student C.W […]

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Medieval Manuscript Exhibition to Open at the J. Paul Getty Museum

Medieval Manuscript Exhibition to Open at the J. Paul Getty Museum

Have you ever wanted to learn how manuscripts were made? Who were the scribes and artists behind the illuminated pages? In The Medieval Scriptorium children – and adults – can answer those questions for themselves as they learn what it was like to be a manuscript illuminator in a medieval workshop. On view at the […]

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>CHALO! INDIA< A New Era of Indian Art at Essl Museum

>CHALO! INDIA< A New Era of Indian Art at Essl Museum

With the exhibition >CHALO! INDIA. A New Era of Indian ArtCHALO! INDIA. A New Era of Indian Art< explores the present state of Indian contemporary art and the great changes it has gone through in recent years; examining the work of artists who attempt to question the reality of the society and age in which […]

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All the World’s a Stage: Celebrating Performance in the Visual Arts at The Dallas Museum of Art

All the World’s a Stage: Celebrating Performance in the Visual Arts at The Dallas Museum of Art

All the World’s a Stage: Celebrating Performance in the Visual Arts, the Dallas Museum of Art exhibition opening on August 30, 2009, will showcase a fresh look at the Museum’s collections in an interactive installation to commemorate the opening of the Dallas Center for the Performing Arts and the completion of the Dallas Arts District. […]

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