Want to learn more about Impressionist painter, Eva Gonzalès? 🎨Join us for a free online talk with curators, conservators and a scientist as they reflect on discoveries they found while researching Manet's portrait of the artist: https://t.co/thgYhRnSFS pic.twitter.com/IRt1lsxOL7— National Gallery (@NationalGallery) January 8, 2023 Eva Gonzalès was a French … [Read more...] about Want to learn more about Impressionist painter, Eva Gonzalès?
Conceptual art is a movement that emerged in the 1960s that focused on the idea or concept behind a work of art, rather than on the traditional aesthetics of the artwork itself. Conceptual artists sought to challenge traditional notions of art and to shift the focus from the physical object to the ideas and concepts that the object represented. One of the key characteristics … [Read more...] about What “conceptual art” is and what it’s not
Yasuhiro Suzuki is a Japanese artist who works in a variety of media, including sculpture, installation, and performance. He is known for his work that explores themes of technology, identity, and the human body. Suzuki has exhibited his work internationally, and has had solo exhibitions at galleries and museums in Japan and around the world. He has also participated in a … [Read more...] about Rotating Man by Yasuhiro Suzuki
PRESS RELEASE - 11 NOVEMBER 2022 On Friday morning, climate activists attempted to glue themselves to the frame of The Scream(1893) in the Munch room, at the National Museum in Oslo. The activists were immediately taken care of by the museum guards. The police were informed, and the activists were apprehended. Edvard Munch’s world-famous painting The Scream was not … [Read more...] about Climate activists targeting Edvard Munchs iconic The Scream at the National Museum in Oslo
The Vogelherd horse is a miniature ice age masterpiece. This remarkably accomplished work is the oldest known sculpture of a horse. It was crafted in woolly mammoth ivory with flint tools over 35,000 years ago in southern Germany. It is breathtakingly beautiful. pic.twitter.com/3ux21YXu7K— Prof Jamie Woodward (@Jamie_Woodward_) October 29, 2022 … [Read more...] about The Vogelherd horse
Can you guess the #BiggerPicture 🤔This right hand emerging from a stone frame belongs to a celebrated Spanish artist from our collection. The frame itself is decorated with scrolls and foliage, an effect commonly seen in engraved portraits. pic.twitter.com/LOgsmmhS9v— National Gallery (@NationalGallery) October 14, 2022 … [Read more...] about Guess the Bigger Picture
ICYMI: A new exhibit is putting the kaleidoscopic work of English abstract artist Bridget Riley on full display in the U.S. for the first time in more than 50 years pic.twitter.com/9r1i2yHkw7— Reuters (@Reuters) October 2, 2022 … [Read more...] about Kaleidoscopic work of English abstract artist Bridget Riley on full display in the U.S.
Arthur Lanyon: ‘I want to paint everything’ https://t.co/8v1GBaijQ2— The Guardian (@guardian) July 25, 2022 … [Read more...] about Arthur Lanyon’s latest solo exhibition, Coda for an Obol, comes to St Ives’s Anima Mundi gallery this month
Dayanita Singh considers how photographic images inhabit our imagination and affect both memory and life in the present—pushing conceptions of how the medium can be understood, collected, and displayed. https://t.co/N4YaXL9iwu pic.twitter.com/8F05z4SZsc— Art in America (@ArtinAmerica) July 23, 2022 … [Read more...] about How photographic images inhabit our imagination
🔴 Three...two...one...obliterate! 🟣Yayoi Kusama's Obliteration Room is open today! Until 29 August, join us at Tate Modern to transform a blank white space into a sea of colourful dots. 🟡It's free - just turn up! https://t.co/xsunmIFXfH 🟠In partnership with @UNIQLO_UK. pic.twitter.com/tvl0Fy59hi— Tate (@Tate) July 23, 2022 … [Read more...] about Tate Modern: Yayoi Kusama’s Obliteration Room is open today