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Fine Art Asia 2019 and Ink Asia 2019 to lead the peak season for art in Hong Kong

Fine Art Asia 2019, Asia’s leading international fine art fair, and Ink Asia 2019, the world’s first art fair dedicated to ink art, will lead this autumn’s peak art season in Hong Kong. The fairs will be held alongside each other in the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre from Friday 4 October to Monday 7 October 2019, with a VIP Preview and Vernissage on Thursday, 3... | Read More

Grete Marks exhibition at Pallant House Gallery marks Bauhaus centenary this summer

Grete Marks (1899-1990) was an artist who fought for her artistic integrity during some of the most turbulent moments of the 20th century. One of the first female students to be admitted to the famed Bauhaus school of art and design, Marks is best known for her ceramics, which were declared “degenerate” by the Nazis. This summer, Pallant House Gallery continues its mission to... | Read More

Comprehensive exhibition of Elfie Semotan’s work on view at C/O Berlin

C/O Berlin is presenting the exhibition Elfie Semotan . Contradiction until 07 September 2019. The provocative slogan “Trau dich doch” (Just dare), which was part of a late-1970s advertising campaign for the Austrian brand Palmers, appeared on posters featuring photos of models in seductive lingerie—nothing short of scandalous at the time. The photographs by Austrian... | Read More

Exhibition explores over a century of creative achievement by a diverse body of artists

Can art help with the national identity crisis in the time of Brexit? Ferens Art Gallery, Reflection: British Art in an Age of Change explores over a century of creative achievement by a diverse body of artists whose loves and fears, doubts and dreams mirror our own. Featuring more than 130 works drawn from the Ingram Collection of Modern British Art and the permanent collection of the Ferens... | Read More

Eduardo Paolozzi Estate newly represented by Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert & solo show of his work in October

Announcing its representation of Eduardo Paolozzi’s (1924 - 2005) estate, Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert, London is proud to host Eduardo Paolozzi: Hollow Gods (17 October – 13 December 2019), an exhibition focusing on the sculptures, collages and drawings that Paolozzi made in the first 15 years of his career. In collaboration with the Paolozzi Foundation, the exhibition is curated by Dr... | Read More

Snite Museum of Art presents exhibit on Irish art

The Snite Museum of Art at the University of Notre Dame presents an exhibit featuring Irish artists titled “‘Looking at the Stars’: Irish Art at the University of Notre Dame,” on view beginning Aug. 17 (Saturday). A public, free reception will take place from 5 to 7 p.m. Sept. 6 (Friday) at the museum. With the recent gift of modern paintings by artists such as Jack B.... | Read More

James Bond Aston Martin DB5 sells for record $6.4 million at RM Sotheby’s Monterey

Yesterday in Monterey, California, RM Sotheby’s hosted An Evening with Aston Martin in partnership with Aston Martin Works and Aston Martin Lagonda, selling the highly anticipated 1965 James Bond Aston Martin DB5 for a final $6,385,000 to become the most valuable DB5 ever sold at auction (est. $4m/6m). Affectionately known as “the most famous car in the world,” the DB5, chassis... | Read More

Christie’s announces the Clarke Collection featuring 35 works by Ed Ruscha

Christie’s has been entrusted with The Clarke Collection, an exceptional selection of Post-War & Contemporary Art featuring 35 pristine works by Edward Ruscha. The collection of works on paper, prints, sculpture, and design will be offered across several New York sales throughout the fall beginning with a single artist sale, Thirtyfive Works by Ed Ruscha from The Clarke Collection,... | Read More

Major exhibition explores the romantic fascination with the Scottish Highlands

A major exhibition at the National Museum of Scotland this summer tells the fascinating story of how tartan, bagpipes and rugged, wild landscapes became established as enduring, internationally recognised symbols of Scottish identity and how Scotland became established in the popular imagination as a land of wilderness, heroism and history. Wild and Majestic: Romantic Visions of Scotland spans... | Read More

The best international motion design for 24 hours at Amsterdam Central Station

Design in Motion Festival will showcase the best motion designs from national and international designers across all 80 digital screens in Amsterdam Central for 24 hours on the 7th of November 2019. It is the first exhibition ever to showcase this young art form on such a large scale. DEMO is initiated by Studio Dumbar (part of Dept) in collaboration with Exterion Media NL. Thursday, November... | Read More

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