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Glenn Goldberg Art to be Displayed at Betty Cuningham Gallery, 2/28-4/04 Glenn Goldberg Art to be Displayed at Betty Cuningham Gallery, 2/28-4/04
by BWW News Desk - January 24, 2015

Betty Cuningham Gallery is pleased to present all day, an installation of eleven new paintings by the New York based artist, Glenn Goldberg. This exhibition is presented in collaboration with Jason McCoy Gallery, NY and will run from February 28 through April 4th 2015.... (more...)
The Met vs. MoMA Museum War Brewing? The Met vs. MoMA Museum War Brewing?
by BWW News Desk - January 23, 2015

The Metropolitan Museum of Art received Leonard Lauder's $1 billion gift of 81 Cubist masterpieces. Combined with the relocation plans and MoMA's expansion plans, there is now brewing some rivalry between the two museums.... (more...)
SITU Studio to Redesign Brooklyn Museum Entry SITU Studio to Redesign Brooklyn Museum Entry
by BWW News Desk - January 22, 2015

The present Brooklyn Museum Lobby, including the Visitor Center, will be completely redesigned by SITU studio to accommodate a New Technology Initiative. Photograph by Cat Guzman.... (more...)
Xu Bing's WRITING BETWEEN HEAVEN AND EARTH to Open 2/21 at Frost Art Museum Xu Bing's WRITING BETWEEN HEAVEN AND EARTH to Open 2/21 at Frost Art Museum
by BWW News Desk - January 16, 2015

Xu Bing: Writing Between Heaven and Earth opens on Saturday, February 21 at the Patricia and Phillip Frost Art Museum FIU.... (more...)
Brooklyn Museum Extends KILLER HEELS Through 3/1 Brooklyn Museum Extends KILLER HEELS Through 3/1
by BWW News Desk - January 16, 2015

The Brooklyn Museum announced today the extension of Killer Heels: The Art of the High-Heeled Shoe. The popular exhibition, originally scheduled to close on February 15, will remain on view through Sunday, March 1.... (more...)
BWW Reviews: The First Lady of Modern Art, MADAME CEZANNE at the Metropolitan Museum BWW Reviews: The First Lady of Modern Art, MADAME CEZANNE at the Metropolitan Museum
by Patrick Kennedy - January 16, 2015

A new exhibition examines the life and image Hortense Fiquet--Paul Cézanne's mistress, wife, and most famous portrait subject.... (more...)
This Month's Performances at The Met Museum Include THE GRAND TOUR, TURNING MUSIC INTO GOLD and More This Month's Performances at The Met Museum Include THE GRAND TOUR, TURNING MUSIC INTO GOLD and More
by BWW News Desk - January 10, 2015

The Grand Tour returns; and Ensemble Caprice evokes the culture of Imperial Prague with period instruments... (more...)
Rebecca Long Named New Ryan Curator at Art Institute Rebecca Long Named New Ryan Curator at Art Institute
by BWW News Desk - January 09, 2015

The Art Institute of Chicago announces the appointment of Rebecca Long as the Patrick G. and Shirley W. Ryan Associate Curator in the Department of Medieval to Modern European Painting and Sculpture. She will be responsible for Italian and Spanish painting and sculpture before 1750.... (more...)
Details about The Met Museum's Costume Institute Spring Exhibition, CHINA: THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS, Announced at the Palace Museum in China Details about The Met Museum's Costume Institute Spring Exhibition, CHINA: THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS, Announced at the Palace Museum in China
by BWW News Desk - January 09, 2015

Today, The Metropolitan Museum of Art held a press briefing at the Palace Museum in Beijing, China, about its spring 2015 Costume Institute exhibition, China: Through the Looking Glass. The exhibition, on view at the Met from May 7 to August 16, will explore how Chinese art and film have influenced ... (more...)
Bob Colacello Reports on the Debate of The Metropolitan Museum of Art Vs. MoMA Bob Colacello Reports on the Debate of The Metropolitan Museum of Art Vs. MoMA
by BWW News Desk - January 07, 2015

Vanity Fair special correspondent Bob Colacello reports on the heated debate between the Metropolitan Museum of Art and MoMA over “artwork, board members and prestige” after they acquired a $1 billion gift of Cubist masterpieces from Leonard Lauder for the Met's 20th century collection.... (more...)
National Portrait Gallery Elects Nicholas Cullinan as New Director National Portrait Gallery Elects Nicholas Cullinan as New Director
by BWW News Desk - January 06, 2015

Dr Nicholas Cullinan, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, and co-curator of last year's hugely successful Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs exhibition at Tate Modern, has been appointed Director of the National Portrait Gallery, London, it was announced toda... (more...)
DC Moore Gallery Presents Robert Kushner's BAROUQUE DC Moore Gallery Presents Robert Kushner's BAROUQUE
by BWW News Desk - December 27, 2014

?DC Moore Gallery is pleased to present Robert Kushner: baroque. In this exhibition of new paintings, Kushner fuses plant forms with references to the global history of ornament to extend his exploration of the conceptual and political implications of the decorative. A catalogue with an essay by Fay... (more...)
BWW Reviews: Life Domesticated, Art Emboldened in PICASSO & JACQUELINE: THE EVOLUTION OF STYLE BWW Reviews: Life Domesticated, Art Emboldened in PICASSO & JACQUELINE: THE EVOLUTION OF STYLE
by Patrick Kennedy - December 23, 2014

A massive new retrospective at Pace Gallery places Picasso's late work in the context of his final, most enduring romance.... (more...)
Fathom Events Presents EXHIBITION ON SCREEN Fathom Events Presents EXHIBITION ON SCREEN
by BWW News Desk - December 17, 2014

Fathom Events, in association with Arts Alliance and Seventh Art Productions, is bringing five of the world's most acclaimed art exhibitions to select U.S. cinemas with 'EXHIBITION ON SCREEN,' kicking off on January 13, 2015. The first film, 'Matisse from MoMA and Tate Modern,' is based on the criti... (more...)
Willard Boepple's SCULPTURE Exhibit Enters Final Week Willard Boepple's SCULPTURE Exhibit Enters Final Week
by BWW News Desk - December 16, 2014

Lori Bookstein Fine Art is pleased to announce an exhibition of new sculpture by Willard Boepple. This is the artist's fifth solo show at the gallery.... (more...)
Laurie Simmons Exhibition Opens in March at Jewish Museum Laurie Simmons Exhibition Opens in March at Jewish Museum
by BWW News Desk - December 15, 2014

The Jewish Museum will present a series of recent photographs by artist Laurie Simmons, on view from March 13 to August 9, 2015. The seven new works in Laurie Simmons: How We See draw upon the 'Doll Girls' community, women who alter themselves to look like Barbie, baby dolls, and Japanese Anime char... (more...)
Iranian Artist Parviz Tanavoli's Debut US Solo Exhibition Set for Davis Museum in 2015 Iranian Artist Parviz Tanavoli's Debut US Solo Exhibition Set for Davis Museum in 2015
by BWW News Desk - December 12, 2014

The Davis Museum at Wellesley College presents Parviz Tanavoli, the first solo exhibition of the Iranian artist's work to be mounted by a U.S. museum. An opening celebration, featuring a 5pm talk with the artist, will be held on Tuesday, February 10 from 5-8pm. On view through June 7, the exhibitio... (more...)
EXHIBITION ON SCREEN: Girl with a Pearl Earring in Cinemas Next Month EXHIBITION ON SCREEN: Girl with a Pearl Earring in Cinemas Next Month
by BWW News Desk - December 12, 2014

Fathom Events, in association with Arts Alliance and Seventh Art Productions, is bringing five of the world's most acclaimed art exhibitions to select U.S. cinemas with “EXHIBITION ON SCREEN,” kicking off on January 13, 2015. The first film, “Matisse from MoMA and Tate Modern,” is based on the cri... (more...)
George R. Goldner, the Drue Heinz Chairman of the Met Museum's Department of Drawings and Prints, to Step Down in January George R. Goldner, the Drue Heinz Chairman of the Met Museum's Department of Drawings and Prints, to Step Down in January
by BWW News Desk - December 11, 2014

Thomas P. Campbell, Director and CEO of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, announced today that George R. Goldner, who has been the Drue Heinz Chairman of the Museum's Department of Drawings and Prints since 1993, will step down at the end of January 2015. He announced further that Nadine Orenstein, cu... (more...)
BWW Reviews: Reconstructing a Revolution with CUBISM: THE LEONARD A. LAUDER COLLECTION BWW Reviews: Reconstructing a Revolution with CUBISM: THE LEONARD A. LAUDER COLLECTION
by Patrick Kennedy - December 09, 2014

A major retrospective at the Metropolitan Museum of Art captures the spirit of innovation that Cubism brought to painting and sculpture.... (more...)
Winchester Bible Exhibit Opens at Medieval Europe Gallery Today Winchester Bible Exhibit Opens at Medieval Europe Gallery Today
by BWW News Desk - December 09, 2014

Masterfully illuminated pages from two volumes of the magnificent, lavishly ornamented Winchester Bible-a pivotal landmark of medieval art from around 1200-will be shown at The Metropolitan Museum of Art for three months, beginning today, December 9, in the exhibition The Winchester Bible: A Masterp... (more...)
THE WINCHESTER BIBLE Exhibit to Debut at MoMA, 12/8 THE WINCHESTER BIBLE Exhibit to Debut at MoMA, 12/8
by BWW News Desk - December 03, 2014

Masterfully illuminated pages from two volumes of the magnificent, lavishly ornamented Winchester Bible—a pivotal landmark of medieval art from around 1200—will be shown at The Metropolitan Museum of Art for three months, beginning December 9, in the exhibition The Winchester Bible: A Masterpiece of... (more...)
The Met Museum Presents ENNION: MASTER OF ROMAN GLASS, 12/9-4/13 The Met Museum Presents ENNION: MASTER OF ROMAN GLASS, 12/9-4/13
by BWW News Desk - December 03, 2014

Glassmaking originated around 2500 B.C. in Mesopotamia, and by the mid-first millennium B.C. it had spread throughout the ancient world. The number of vessels made from glass remained limited, however, until the introduction of two important technical advances—the use of the blowpipe and closed mult... (more...)
Met Museum to Show Rare Ancient Roman Glass Vessels from 12/9 Met Museum to Show Rare Ancient Roman Glass Vessels from 12/9
by BWW News Desk - December 02, 2014

Glassmaking originated around 2500 B.C. in Mesopotamia, and by the mid-first millennium B.C. it had spread throughout the ancient world. The number of vessels made from glass remained limited, however, until the introduction of two important technical advances-the use of the blowpipe and closed mult... (more...)
The Souls Grown Deep Foundation Donates Works to Metropolitan Museum of Art The Souls Grown Deep Foundation Donates Works to Metropolitan Museum of Art
by BWW News Desk - November 26, 2014

Thomas P. Campbell, Director and CEO of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, announced today that 57 works by contemporary African American artists from the Southern United States have been donated to the Museum by the Souls Grown Deep Foundation from its William S. Arnett Collection. In addition to pain... (more...)



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