Galleries

Galleries

New Tate Britain Unveiled

New Tate Britain Unveiled

Posted November 21st, 2013

Architecture, Contemporary Art, England, Galleries

The new Tate Britain is unveiled to the public on 19 November 2013. The transformation of the oldest part of the Grade II* Millbank building by leading architects Caruso St John marks a significant moment for Tate Britain. The unveiling follows the opening in May… Read More

Switzerland

AB Gallery – Art and Ideas beyond Cultural Frontiers

AB Gallery – Art and Ideas beyond Cultural Frontiers

Posted July 10th, 2013

Galleries, Switzerland

AB Gallery represents contemporary art and current positions from the MENA region, which encompasses the countries of North Africa, the Middle East and Iran. AB stands for “across borders”: supporting the exchange of art and ideas beyond cultural borders is AB Gallery’s primary aim. The… Read More

Shows

LACMA opens African art gallery with masterworks from central Africa

LACMA opens African art gallery with masterworks from central Africa

Posted July 8th, 2013

Africa, Galleries, Shows

The Los Angeles County Museum of Art presents Shaping Power: Luba Masterworks from the Royal Museum for Central Africa, the first exhibition to inaugurate LACMA’s new African art gallery and related educational programming. Shaping Power explores the artistic traditions and emblems of power from the… Read More

Galleries

The Architecture of Art

The Architecture of Art

Posted June 20th, 2013

Architecture, Contemporary Art, Galleries

The “white cube” formula has become universal for branded galleries. If a Martian would be visiting the new galleries set up in London by various New York dealers, he “would probably be struck by how uniform the design of the different spaces is,” writes Georgina… Read More

News

Julian Schnabel Opens Gallery in his New York Home

Julian Schnabel Opens Gallery in his New York Home

Posted June 20th, 2013

Contemporary Art, Galleries, News

Julian Schnabel announces the inauguration of “Casa del Popolo,” a community exhibition space on the ground floor of the Palazzo Chupi located at 360 West 11th street in New York City. The first exhibition will feature six new paintings by British artist Nick Mead selected… Read More

Videos

Tate Modern – The Channel 4 Series

Tate Modern – The Channel 4 Series

This educational series – aimed at 14 to 19-year-olds – takes an informed view of some the most stunning, vital and celebrated pieces of art to have been created throughout the ages. Tate Modern focuses its gaze on the work of the twentieth century artists… Read More

Videos

What’s so funny about the ART world? Jim Kempner’s “Madness of Art”

What’s so funny about the ART world? Jim Kempner’s “Madness of Art”

Posted June 3rd, 2013

Contemporary Art, Galleries, Satire, USA, Videos

Gallerist Jim Kempner, art dealer and comedian, has returned with “Dog Daze”, another episode of “The Madness of Art,” a web series which makes fun of everything that is ridiculous about the art world. And there is a lot that is ridiculous about the art… Read More

Videos

What's so funny about the ART world? Jim Kempner's "Madness of Art"

What's so funny about the ART world? Jim Kempner's "Madness of Art"

Posted June 3rd, 2013

Contemporary Art, Galleries, Satire, USA, Videos

Gallerist Jim Kempner, art dealer and comedian, has returned with “Dog Daze”, another episode of “The Madness of Art,” a web series which makes fun of everything that is ridiculous about the art world. And there is a lot that is ridiculous about the art… Read More

Shows

What Jane saw

What Jane saw

On 24 May 1813, Jane Austen visited an art exhibit at the British Institution in Pall Mall, London. The popular show was the first-ever retrospective of the works of Sir Joshua Reynolds (1723-1792), England’s celebrated portrait painter. Two centuries later, this e-gallery offers the modern… Read More