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Andy Warhol Museum shortlisted for Award

The Andy Warhol Museum has been shortlisted for the Kids in Museums Family Friendly Museum Award From Home. For the past 15 years, London-based charity Kids in Museums has run a prestigious award recognizing the most family-friendly heritage sites in the UK. This year, the charity asked families and museums to vote for what they […]

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London Tate Modern to Reopen

London Tate Modern to Reopen

The Tate Modern in London, is to reopen, after four months of closure, due to the coronavirus outbreak. Visitors are only allowed in if they have booked in advance online, and will have to follow specially signposted routes through the collections and exhibitions. Exhibition director Achim Borchardt-Hume said the gallery is aiming for a more […]

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Illuminated manuscripts and Bejewelled Works of Art from the Royal Collection on Display

Illuminated manuscripts and Bejewelled Works of Art from the Royal Collection on Display

Examples from the Royal Collection’s holdings of South Asian works of art have gone on display for the first time in Scotland at The Queen’s Gallery, Palace of Holyroodhouse. Eastern Encounters: Four Centuries of Paintings and Manuscripts from the Indian Subcontinent, opening tomorrow, Thursday 23 July, includes vivid depictions of the Mughal court, royal portraits, […]

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Frieze Cancels London Fairs Due to Coronavirus

Frieze Cancels London Fairs Due to Coronavirus

Frieze London and Frieze Masters 2020 that would have been held in in Regent’s Park, this October, have been canceled due to the Coronavirus Pandemic. Frieze said “We regret to announce the cancellation of Frieze London and Frieze Masters 2020 but look forward to hosting the second edition of Frieze Viewing Room in October” About […]

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York Fine Arts Announces “Clare Haley: Light of Yorkshire” Exhibition

York Fine Arts Announces “Clare Haley: Light of Yorkshire” Exhibition

York Fine Arts is delighted to present “‘Clare Haley: Light of Yorkshire,” its fifth annual solo exhibition of original paintings by contemporary landscape artist Clare Haley. Through the eyes of her imagination and beyond, Clare once again weaves a comprehensive story of the changeable, multifaceted northern landscape as it responds to light and the elements. […]

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Powen Gallery opens James Ming-Hsueh Lee’s solo exhibition in Taipei

Powen Gallery opens James Ming-Hsueh Lee’s solo exhibition in Taipei

Powen Gallery is proud to present James Ming-Hsueh Lee’s solo exhibition in Taipei. The show will be held from July 11th to August 9th. James Ming-Hsueh Lee, born in 1978 in Taiwan, currently resides in Taipei. He had won the first prize of the Taipei Art Awards 2005 and obtained his Ph.D. in Arts from […]

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Viewing Room Opens Jill Krutick’s “Turning Points,” a Visual Diary of the Artist’s Painting Series

Viewing Room Opens Jill Krutick’s “Turning Points,” a Visual Diary of the Artist’s Painting Series

Jill Krutick’s “Turning Points” exhibition features a video montage, an artist interview, and process footage, interspersed with images, text, and critical comments to provide a multimedia-rich experience of the artist’s portfolio. In the past year, Krutick completed two successful museum solo exhibitions: at the Yellowstone Art Museum in Montana and at the Coral Springs Museum […]

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MOCA Toronto to Reopen

MOCA Toronto to Reopen

The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) Toronto will reopen to the general public on July 16, 2020 with required advance timed ticketing and new health, procedural and cleaning protocols. Tickets are now available for purchase here. MOCA members receive free admission but are invited to reserve timed tickets before their visit. With the reopening, MOCA […]

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USF Contemporary Art Museum Receives Grant

USF Contemporary Art Museum Receives Grant

National Endowment for the Arts Chairman Mary Anne Carter has approved more than $84 million in grants as part of the Arts Endowment’s second major funding announcement for fiscal year 2020. Included in this announcement is an Art Works grant of $25,000 to the University of South Florida’s Contemporary Art Museum, part of the USF […]

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National Gallery of Art acquires “I See Red: Target” by Jaune Quick-to-See Smith

National Gallery of Art acquires “I See Red: Target” by Jaune Quick-to-See Smith

The National Gallery of Art has announced the acquisition of “I See Red: Target” (1992) by Jaune Quick-to-See Smith, the first painting by a Native American artist to enter the collection. Smith, an enrolled Salish member of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Nation in Montana, is one of the most highly respected artists of the […]

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SmithDavidson Gallery in Amsterdam Opens Zhuang Hong Yi Solo Exhibition

SmithDavidson Gallery in Amsterdam Opens Zhuang Hong Yi Solo Exhibition

SmithDavidson Gallery in Amsterdam presents a new solo exhibition of Zhuang Hong Yi from July 3rd until September 5th, 2020. The gallery celebrates 10 years of collaboration with the Chinese artist. The exhibition ‘In Bloom’ shows a colorful selection of floral landscapes and collage paintings with prominent use of origami rice paper. Zhuang Hong Yi […]

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New Digital Platform for London Art Week

New Digital Platform for London Art Week

London Art Week is launching a new online platform for Summer 2020. LAW DIGITAL will take place from 3 – 10 July 2020, with a Private View on Thursday 2 July. The format enables London Art Week to retain its unique community of international art dealers, auction houses, museums and sponsors, all working together in […]

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