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Nohra Haime Gallery opens exhibition of works by Gregg Louis

Nohra Haime Gallery presents Gregg Louis’ fourth solo exhibition with the gallery, entitled Mirage. The exhibition represents the evolution of the artist’s Blind Paintings, a body of work started in 2015 with a series of self-portrait paintings, later turning his gaze toward the landscape and objects surrounding him. Louis paints fractured images that feel akin to a blurred glance,... | Read More

Democracy Anew? The PinchukArtCentre opens a major international group exhibition

The PinchukArtCentre presents Democracy Anew? a major international group exhibition including Francis Alÿs, Allora & Caldzadilla, Maurizio Cattelan, Olafur Eliasson, Damien Hirst, Zoë Leonard, Goshka Macuga, Takashi Murakami, Sondra Perry, Pascale Martine Tayou, Luc Tuymans and Rachel Whiteread. “I want a dyke for president.” It is the first sentence of the exhibition and the... | Read More

State museum displays 19th century tomahawk recently returned to museum’s collections

The New York State Museum announced that an 18th-century Native American tomahawk gifted to Cornplanter, the respected Seneca leader, by President George Washington in 1792 has been returned to the Museum’s collections and will go on exhibit in the State Museum’s main lobby July 17 through December 30. Pipe tomahawks were significant objects of intercultural exchange in the 18th... | Read More

Saint Louis Art Museum promotes Jeanette Fausz to Assistant Director

Jeanette Fausz has been promoted to assistant director for exhibitions and collections, the Saint Louis Art Museum announced today. Fausz oversees the museum’s departments of conservation, design, exhibitions, installation, and registration. Her promotion reflects a change in the museum’s management group that also included the promotion of Mark Macinski to assistant director for... | Read More

The Whitney opens a group exhibition featuring seven mid-career and emerging Latinx artists

This July the Whitney Museum of American Art debuted Pacha, Llaqta, Wasichay: Indigenous Space, Modern Architecture, New Art, an exhibition investigating the complex ways in which Indigenous American notions of the built environment and natural world are represented in contemporary art. The show highlights the practices of seven mid-career and emerging Latinx artists based in the United States... | Read More

Exhibition features women who challenged the Victorian ideal in 19th-century New York City

Rebel Women: Defying Victorianism, on view at the Museum of the City of New York from July 17, 2018, through January 6, 2019, will explore the trailblazing women who challenged Victorian social norms in 19th-century New York City. Featuring photographs, garments, ephemera, and prints primarily drawn from the Museum’s collections, the exhibition will bring to light the compelling and often... | Read More

Nationalmuseum Sweden acquires three landscapes by travelling German artists

Nationalmuseum has acquired three landscapes by travelling German artists. Ernst Fries’ The Waterfalls at Tivoli with the Ponte Lupo, Temple of Vesta, and Temple of Sibyl, Christian Morgenstern's View towards Sorrento, and Georg Eduard Otto Saal’s Study of Vermafossen Waterfall. Nationalmuseum’s collections previously contained no works of this kind by German artists. The three... | Read More

Rare portrait of William Moseley II on view for the first time since 1897

A portrait of William Moseley II (1635 – 1671) by an unknown Dutch artist is on view at the Thoroughgood House in Virginia Beach through the summer. This rare portrait was last exhibited with another painting of William’s brother, Arthur Moseley, for three days at a Daughters of the American Revolution exhibit in Richmond in 1897. The portrait on display through the Virginia Beach... | Read More

Exhibition presents iPhone and iPad drawings and new ‘Photographic Drawings’ by David Hockney

Annely Juda Fine Art presents ‘David Hockney: iPhone and iPad drawings 2009-2012 and New Photographic Drawings’, which features 27 limited edition prints created either on the iPhone or iPad, along with new ‘Photographic Drawing’ editions. The exhibition runs from 16th July – 31st August 2018. The 27 iPhone and iPad drawings in this exhibition result from... | Read More

LACMA opens the first North American survey of 3D objects and practices

The Los Angeles County Museum of Art presents the first North American survey of 3D objects and practices, tracing cycles of optical investigation, creative expression, and commercial popularity over the past 175 years. Featuring artifacts of mass culture alongside historic and contemporary art, 3D: Double Vision addresses the nature of perception, the allure of illusionism, and our relationship... | Read More
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