Nora Turato “Nora Turato (* 1991 in Zagreb, Croatia) scripts powerful narratives from text fragments gleaned from advertising, social media and everyday life. Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein is devoting the first comprehensive museum exhibition to the Amsterdam-based artist. ” (ArtDaily) “Her spoken-word performances garnered notice at the Venice Biennale in 2015, […]
“This portrait is one of almost 90 known images Muray took of Kahlo between 1937 and 1948, a period when the painter made her most celebrated canvases, solidified her personal image, and navigated a life of growing renown, chronic illness, and temperamental love. As friends and longtime lovers, Muray and Kahlo worked collaboratively to frame […]
The Centre Pompidou takes a fresh look at one of modern art history’s founding movements, Cubism (1907-1917), through a comprehensive overview. The first exhibition devoted to Cubism in France since 1953, the project’s originality lies in its unusual stance, broadening a standpoint usually focused on its two inventors, Georges Braque and Pablo Picasso, to other […]
Whither the The Book? In the digital age, the printed Fine Art Book survives. Jasper Johns Book “Redo an Eye” “Yale University Press, in association with the Wildenstein Plattner Institute, released a spectacular single-volume book that presents the most comprehensive, definitive study of Jasper Johns’s work ever published. ” “The book is Jasper Johns: ‘Redo […]
Database of 600 + Female Artists The Original Title of this Post from OpenCulture is “”A Space of Their Own, a New Online Database, Will Feature Works by 600+ Overlooked Female Artists from the 15th-19th Centuries”. \ We edited it to read, “A New Online Database, Will Feature Works by 600+ Female Artists from the 15th-19th […]
British Library opens largest ever exhibition on the history, literature and culture of Anglo-Saxon England. Can you see it online?
Codex Amiatinus on loan from Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana to Anglo-Saxon Kingdoms at the British Library © Sam Lane Photography. The Exhibition “Treasures from the British Library’s own collection, including the beautifully illuminated Lindisfarne Gospels, Beowulf and Bede’s Ecclesiastical History, sit alongside stunning finds from Sutton Hoo and the Staffordshire Hoard. The world-famous Domesday Book offers […]
September 5, 2018 by Jack Dziamba. New Post Goes Up Every Wednesday. “When we imagine a symphony orchestra, even those of us otherwise unfamiliar with classical music imagine a conductor standing up front. We know the conductor leads the orchestra, but how exactly does he/she do it? “What the public needs to understand about conducting […]