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Saturday, January 24th 2015

Rubens And His Legacy: Van Dyck To Cezanne at Royal Academy Of Arts

Add to Google Calendar Peter Paul Rubens was a Flemish Baroque painter who emphasized movement, color and sensuality in his paintings. He was well educated and well traveled. Serving as an ambassador and diplomat at several points during his life, in addition to running a workshop in Antwerp, managing his apprentices. Traveling to Venice in 1600 he studied the work of Titan, Veronese and Tintoretto and then settled in the city of Mantua. These three artists had a profound influence on his work, especially Titian in his later years. Producing paintings for royalty and collectors throughout Europe during the first half of the 1600’s, his most well known portraits, landscapes, mythological scenes and allegorical subject matter are just as influential today as they were at the time he painted them. Throughout Ruben’s life he traveled from his birthplace in Antwerp to Italy, France and back again. His status as a diplomat dictated much of his travel and had him mingling in the highest courts of France, Spain and the Netherlands. If your visiting London near the beginning of April, visit the Royal Academy Of Art to view the works of Peter Paul Rubens and those he directly influenced. Emillions Art founder and President, Marlissa Gardner recommends we all get a regular does of art history. Understanding the birth and evolution of an artist or genre can help you focus your buying and collecting interests. View current high end art work for sale online at You can be sure that some of the artists we represent have been influenced Rubens!
09:00 AM 01/24/2015 - 09:00 PM 04/10/2015

Monday, February 23rd 2015

Aesthetics of Art

Add to Google Calendar Is beauty really just in the eye of the beholder, or is there more to it than that? And what, if anything, is the connection between art and beauty? Is there such a thing as ugly art? If so, is beautiful art more valuable than ugly art? This presentation is part of Marcia Eaton's Aesthetics of Art lecture series.
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Tuesday, February 24th 2015

Arts and Culture - Part II — Art and Eastern Culture

Add to Google Calendar We often think of works of art as isolated objects which we can enjoy for their beauty. But we can also see art as embedded in its culture. In this series of four talks, Lobell illustrates cultures as symbolic, each presenting a very different notion of who we are as human beings and how we construct our social environments. March 24: Part II — Art and Eastern Culture Visit the Eastern cultures of China and Japan, and discover how they manifest their traditions and way of life in their art. This presentation is the second of John Lobell's Arts and Culture lecture series.
02:00 PM 02/24/2015 - 04:00 PM 03/24/2015

Wednesday, February 25th 2015

Art After Hours

Add to Google Calendar Enjoy free admission to The Baker Museum the last Wednesday of each month from 6 to 9pm. A local band offers musical entertainment, and audiences of all ages are welcome to view the galleries and learn from our docents. This evening is part of the Artis—Naples Art After Hours series at The Baker Museum.
06:00 PM - 09:00 PM

Monday, March 2nd 2015

Art Talk - Groundbreaking Moments of Modern Art

Add to Google Calendar Why did Claude Monet provoke a scandal? What was outrageous about Marcel Duchamp’s ready-mades? How did Andy Warhol change art? Myriad revolutionary efforts formed the ideas of Modern Art and fundamentally changed our way of looking at the world. This lecture will discuss the work of these and other modern artists who dramatically influenced art as well as later generations of artists. This presentation is part of lecturer Joan Jacobs' complete Art Talk series.
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Friday, March 6th 2015

Diesel Art Gallery In Tokyo Featuring Ling Meng

Add to Google Calendar Ling Meng is experienced as a software developer and an advertising consultant. His journey producing work in several different mediums including sculpture, illustration custom typography and art direction informs his work. Diesel Art Gallery In Tokyo Featuring Ling MengLing Meng Be sure to click “English” to read the content in English. “Specimens Of Time” captures and preserves the essence of the natural world. Using plants, flowers, ore and soil he is elevating the natural elements, their delicate beauty, superior resilience and the forces that govern our world. The works are proof of the mysterious magic that perpetuates life. Encouraging viewers to stop and ponder the world we live in, all of its defenses, organization and simplicity. If you plan on visiting Tokyo this spring, be sure to stop by the Diesel Art Gallery. Ling Meng’s show began March 6th and ends May 22nd.
09:00 AM 03/06/2015 - 09:00 AM 05/22/2015

Monday, March 16th 2015

Art Talk - Colors in Art, Part I

Add to Google Calendar Using examples by many artists, we will discuss the use of these seven colors: white, black, blue, yellow, red, green and gold. Discover the symbolic meanings of these colors when used during the various periods of art history. This presentation is part of lecturer Joan Jacobs' complete Art Talk series.
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Monday, March 23rd 2015

Aesthetics of Art - Art and Goodness

Add to Google Calendar Some thinkers have argued that some art can actually make us better people. Others have said that this is nonsense. What are the arguments on both sides, and is there any way to settle this debate? This presentation is part of Marcia Eaton's Aesthetics of Art lecture series.
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Arts and Culture - Part I — Art and Western Culture

Add to Google Calendar We often think of works of art as isolated objects which we can enjoy for their beauty. But we can also see art as embedded in its culture. In this series of four talks, Lobell illustrates cultures as symbolic, each presenting a very different notion of who we are as human beings and how we construct our social environments. March 23: Part I — Art and Western Culture In this discussion, we examine how Western Europe understood itself and how it manifested that understanding in its art. This presentation is the second of John Lobell's Arts and Culture lecture series.
02:00 PM - 04:00 PM

Wednesday, March 25th 2015

Art After Hours

Add to Google Calendar Enjoy free admission to The Baker Museum the last Wednesday of each month from 6 to 9pm. A local band offers musical entertainment, and audiences of all ages are welcome to view the galleries and learn from our docents. This evening is part of the Artis—Naples Art After Hours series at The Baker Museum.
06:00 PM - 09:00 PM

Saturday, April 4th 2015

Naples Art In The Park

Add to Google Calendar This event helps connect artists with buyers and provides an opportunity for children and families, as well as educated collectors, to view high end, jury selected works produced by talented artists. This event is highly regarded as the original high end outdoor art event of its kind in Naples. Drawing established as well as emerging artists who’s work has been selected by as jury at the Naples Art Association. Find out more about the artists, selection process, genres and mediums expected to be shown at this event by visiting:
10:00 AM - 04:00 PM

Thursday, April 23rd 2015

Art Expo

Add to Google Calendar JOIN US AT PIER 94! 1 VENUE, 3 EXCEPTIONAL SHOWS Artexpo New York 2015 will be held April 23-26 at Pier 94, in conjunction with [SOLO] and DECOR Expo. We look forward to hosting you for a weekend of fine art, design and framing next year! For over thirty-seven years, Artexpo has been changing the way people buy and sell art. Our annual event brings the biggest publishers, galleries and collectors in the market face to face with hundreds of established and emerging artists. Simply put, we’re the world’s largest fine and popular art marketplace.
12:00 PM 04/23/2015 - 06:00 PM 04/26/2015

Tuesday, June 9th 2015

Museum Mile Festival 2015

Add to Google Calendar Nine world-class museums that make this stretch of Fifth Avenue “Museum Mile” throw their doors open free to the public on June 9 and take over the avenue as well, in an annual party that dates back to 1978. This tradition unites the artistic community up and down Fifth Avenue for an evening of food, fun, live performances, and the best art-viewing of any given mile in the country. Festivities begin at the Cooper Hewitt at East 91st Street at 5:45pm. Cooper Hewitt 2 East 91st Street New York, NY 10128
05:45 PM - 09:00 PM

Thursday, July 9th 2015

Art Monaco July 2015

Add to Google Calendar Claudia Hecht is the Featured Artist as the 2015 Art Monaco event this July 9-12. Learn more about her by continuing to read Fine Art magazine's review or her work or visit online to view current works available for purchase. By VICTOR BENNETT FORBES Editor-in-Chief, Fine Art Magazine "In architecture and in art, few attempt and even fewer accomplish the transcendent; works that become iconic images that the people in the cities and countries in which they exist identify with and treasure as their own cultural heritage." GUADALAJARA. One of the most beautiful cities in the world, even the name speaks of music, art and dreams. “Plus,” says artist/resident Claudia Hecht, “the weather is fantastic and it is famous for beautiful women. You see them all over — in the streets, restaurants…everywhere.” Such pulchritude, while prevalent, is not restricted to the female form in Guadalajara. Art abounds in the city, the capital of Jalisco, which has been called the “Florence of Mexico.” Its rich artistic history dates back to the 17th century and began to take modern shape after the Mexican Revolution when the country was in turmoil in the 1920s. While born in Mexico City, the beauty that emanates from Claudia’s art is a poetic paean to her heritage and home where colorful and powerful murals grace the walls of many of Guadalajara’s public buildings. Beyond functioning as decoration, these murals depict the founding of modern Mexican identity, exploring the centuries-old struggle between indigenous and European factions. With elegance, delicacy and no shortage of internal combustion, Claudia Hecht—dedicated to tradition — continues and expands upon the paths carved by Mexico’s iconic heroes of creativity led by Jose Clemente Orozco whose works grace several locations in Guadalajara, including the Government Palace and the University of Guadalajara and the Hospicio Cabañas, the interior walls of which contain some of Orozco’s best work. Two hundred feet above the floor at the center of the nave in the buildings main chapel, a man wreathed in flames ascends into the cupola. This is Man of Fire, Orozco’s masterpiece. Diego Rivera, and David Alfaro Siquieros are the other components of “The Big Three.” Internationally acclaimed and winner of prestigious international awards, Claudia’s vibrant paintings and evocative sculptures combine themes from ancient Inca, Mayan and other primitive cultures with modern interpretation and materials. Her work evokes spiritual rituals from the legends of these civilizations presented in a contemporary style that captures the wonder of this mythology. Her impeccable designs and captivating imagery are awe-inspiring. Claudia began her career in 1988 creating Terracotta (baked earth) works in high relief under the training of sculptor Blanca Göens, completing a large collection of wood sculptures in cooperation with many of the renowned artists of Guadalajara. In 1993, she went on to study with Italian master artist Giulio D’Arolio with whom she delved deeply into the 18th century technique of relief painting on a gilded background in which gold and silver leaf are applied to surfaces and painted with oils and varnish. In these works, Claudia combines images inspired by archaeological, indigenous, mythological, oriental, tribal, exotic and modern elements. Embellishing the inital layers with engraved sculptures of wood and stone, Claudia transforms the mundane into new vibrant forms of expression in an artistic movement she christened “Pictorial Sculpture Art.” Few styles present such originality, as there are no planned sequences or inflexible rules. “I do make some basic sketches, but they have little in common with the final.” These works have evolved into an exploration of the infinite possibilities offered of interactivity designed into her new larger-than-life sculptures. These pieces are colorful and elegant and do not belong, she says, “to any existing school. Their intention is to be original, harmonious, beautiful and different.” Based on her love and appreciation of Mexican primitive art, these stainless steel sculptures evoke an organic sense of place, designed to blend into their surroundings, whether natural or man-made. They range in height from five to 18 feet or more and are created to be site specific, drawing on the artistic heritage of her homeland. “Interactive means people are invited into the works, to stand next to them with the building or beautiful scenery in the background so that a memory is made there.” Those designs caught the eye of Christina Cox who proffered on her The National Museum of Catholic Art and Library’s International Artist of the Year Award in 2014. Another of her major accomplishments was being accepted as one of the finalists for the World Trade Center Memorial Competition. Her 2003 design concept for the “Ground Zero Memorial” in New York City made it through the first three rounds of consideration. Of 3,000 artists entered, there were but 30 finalists with ten chosen for exhibition. “I love to work with architects,” said Claudia from a café in Guadalajara. “In creating the space for the World Trade Center, I designed a place of introspection, where people could come and quietly think about those they lost in that tragedy. I designed an entrance with symbols representing the religions of the world. The doors would open only one day a year for people to come in and communicate…an annual pilgrimage as a way of remembering those who were lost and to have some kind of a dialogue with those souls.” Another of Claudia’s major accomplishments is Feminalia 2000, a traveling exhibition that Claudia initiated and financed. “I was very conscious that there were not many opportunities to support feminine art in Mexico so I decided to make a foundation to promote female artists. I started looking at different artists with positive attitudes who would be good ambassadors for Mexico and Mexican culture. All the artists were from my state, either born or living in Guadalajara.” The well-received exhibition opened in Rome in 2000, and traveled to Washington, DC where it was shown at the Mexican Consulate, before heading home to Guadalajara. “We had a lot of support from the Mexican Embassy and created a major catalog. In Italy, radio and television was extremely supportive and while I was there, the Director of the Fine Art Academy of Rome invited me to stay on and study. I trained in Ravena, Italy for mosaic art, and refined my painting techniques in Rome.” Claudia returned to Mexico two years later, met her future husband, David Newren at an Artexpo and married in 2004. Currently, Claudia is in the midst of completing a commission for the stunning new cultural facility Palcco in Guadalajara where, in addition to an interactive stainless steel installation of larger-than-life sculptures that rise from a garden at the entrance, she is also producing a granite medallion (Medallon Rojo, picturedbelow) to be embedded in the floor of the grand rotunda, and a 10’ x 50’ mural. Her hope is that this is the first of many future installations to be placed in prominent places around the world where they will become part of the identity of the city in which they are placed. Each of Claudia’s works have what she calls “a back story” with historical, philosophical or spiritual truths behind each. Personal tragedy, triumph and awakening are her major themes, executed in such a way that they become, as she states, “Harmonious and happy resulting in a much more fulfilling experience. Not all my art is colorful. Some are somber, but all are elegant. I don’t paint with a purpose of making people understand a particular message. Rather, the creation talks to me and tells me what it wants. The outcome is very much related to my emotional space at that moment.” Claudia’s “emotional spaces” resonate equally with collectors and the general public. For many, they become a source of inspiration — treasured masterpieces that combine beauty, distinctiveness of design and purity of form with unique materials and unparallelled creativity. The result is in-depth communication — powerful and original — which is the basis of the interaction she seeks. They crystallize Mexico’s artistic and cultural values and are technically brilliant above reproach — works of a modern master, magnificently expressed. Christina Cox, Director of the National Museum of Catholic Art and Library, concurs. “Our museum art committee chose Claudia Hecht’s mixed media sculpture Our Lady of Guadalupe for the 2014 NMCAL International Award. Our Lady of Guadalupe is the “Patroness of the Americas” who appeared to Juan Diego in Mexico in 1531. Claudia painted a magnificent royal blue color with golden stars on the Our Lady’s sacred cape. The wooden rays of the sun standing in back of her are beautiful and striking. The Our Lady is sweet and strong with her delicate hands in prayer. The fit for a Virgin’s golden crown is one fit for a Queen of the Heavens and Earth. At the base we see an Angel guarding Our Lady wearing a gold armor breast plate. This is truly one of the most beautiful sculptures we have ever seen.” ©FINE ART MAGAZINE, 2015 • USED BY PERMISSION Emillions Art is representing Claudia at the 2015 Art Monaco and Art Ibiza events. Please contact us directly at to learn more about this artist, her work and the upcoming events in Europe this summer.
09:00 AM 07/09/2015 - 10:00 PM 07/12/2015

Thursday, July 16th 2015

Art Ibiza

Add to Google Calendar ART IBIZA'15 INTERNATIONAL concentrates exclusively in visual arts, with the intention to keep the show in the highest level, only luxury artistic boutiques and galleries are accepted.
05:00 PM 07/16/2015 - 09:00 PM 07/19/2015

Friday, August 7th 2015

2015 Alumni Association Exhibition

Add to Google Calendar Mercedes Matter and her students founded the New York Studio School of Drawing, Painting and Sculpture September 23rd, 1964. Their departure from the traditional art education associated with the collegiate curriculum of the time. Institutions weren't addressing the needs of artists and their artistic process. Since its inception, the school has introduced events like the "Drawing Marathon" which has gained national and international acclaim and interest. Inspired by a desire to train and help artists expand their skill and development of drawing. The upcoming 2015 Alumni Exhibition which runs August 7th through September 20th at the 8 West 8th Street, New York, New York 10011 is curated by three well respected contemporary artists who have contributed both artistically and by helping other artists develop. A Little About The Curators Of The Show: Jason Andrew - His goal is to draw attention and appreciation to the visual, literary and performing arts through exhibitions, performances and workshops. He's a leader in the Bushwick art scene and promotes the literary arts through organized events as well as spontaneous events. Creating new dance compositions and performances within a restricted time frame, usually 3-5 weeks is one of the ways he encourages artists to work and perform. Yevgeniya Baras - Is a contemporary painter and one of 13 founders of the Regina Rex Gallery in NYC. The gallery is almost three years old and this group of artists meets weekly to discuss ideas, interpretations and the direction they feel work shown at their gallery should be going. Fred Valentine - An artist for over 40 years, Fred walks his own walk. His work has some tell tale trademark sensibilities associated with it. It’s known to display and mask emotions, comment on serious subject matter all while keeping it light through his sense of humor are some of his trademark sensibilities. To learn more about this event, this history of the New York Studio School of Drawing, Painting and Scupture, their programs and alumni visit this link
06:00 PM 08/07/2015 - 08:00 PM 09/20/2015

Thursday, September 17th 2015

Scapes II

Add to Google Calendar The theme for "Scapes II" is Land, City, Sea and Mind Artists should provide original work that interprets these different landscapes. Great art creates the experience of transporting the viewer from their preconceived notions about these "Scapes". The depth of beauty, originality, illusion and vision should be present in the work you submit. Submitting your work will get you the feedback you are looking for from a non biased, knowledgeable jury. This competition is open to all artists 18 years of age or older who are working in the mediums of: painting, photography, collage, drawing, digital art, etc.
09:00 AM 09/17/2015 - 11:59 PM 10/18/2015

Friday, October 23rd 2015


Add to Google Calendar Galerie Kronsbein Munich, Germany 2016 steht ganz im Zeichen von Urban Art. Mit einem der gefragtesten Künstler der heutigen Zeit, steht Banksy auch in Zukunft im Fokus der Galerie Kronsbein.
12:00 AM 10/23/2015 - 12:00 AM 02/11/2016

Sunday, November 8th 2015

The American Artists Professional League 87th Grand National Exhibition 2015

Add to Google Calendar This prestigious event showcases accomplished contemporary artists working in different media and genres. Learn more about the organization online at Visit us online to view current works by Larry Aarons at
05:00 PM 11/08/2015 - 09:00 PM 11/20/2015

Thursday, December 3rd 2015

Miami River Art Fair 2015

Add to Google Calendar The Miami River Art Fair is an international, contemporary art fair entering its' fourth year. This year's event will be hosted at the Downtown Miami Convention Center inside the James L. Knight International Center. The goal of this convention is to showcase world class caliber artists and galleries at this luxurious indoor setting on the Miami River. Galleries and artists use this event to extend their audience to a broader international audience. As stated by the event organizers... “Our Mission: The Miami River: The New Face of Miami's Iconic Waterfront The Miami River Art Fair is an art fair that has the revitalization efforts of the Lower Miami River at its core. This landmark event will bring the boom of tourism during Miami’s peak winter art fair season to the Downtown Miami-Brickel areas. In addition, the Miami River Art Fair will prominently feature the Miami River as the focus of all of its programming and events.In partnership with the City of Miami and the Miami River Commission, the Miami River Art Fair will act as a launchpad for the revitalization efforts underway for the Downtown Miami/ Brickell areas and the Lower Miami River.” Learn more about this event at Date: December 3 – 6, 2015 Hours: 12-8pm Location: Downtown Miami Convention Center James L. Knight International Center 400 SE 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33131 USA including Marlissa Gardner (Owner/Founder) is looking forward to seeing you there!
12:00 PM 12/03/2015 - 08:00 PM 12/06/2015

Friday, December 4th 2015


Add to Google Calendar A collection of works created by the French artist between 1891 and 1900 on loan from the Museum of Fine Arts in Budapest. With around 170 works from the Museum of Fine Arts in Budapest , he arrives at the Ara Pacis Museum in Rome a major exhibition of Toulouse-Lautrec , the painter of bohemian Paris of the late nineteenth century, which traces the artist's life from 1891 to 1900 , shortly before his death at only 36 years old. #ToulouseRoma The show is being held at the Museo dell’Ara Pacis, in the nuovo spazio espositivo Ara Pacis. Tickets are €11 for the exhibit alone, or €17 for the exhibit plus entrance to the Spazio espositivo Ara Pacis. Events dates: 04/12/2015 - 08/05/2016
09:30 AM 12/04/2015 - 05:30 PM 05/08/2016

Tuesday, January 5th 2016

European Masterworks From The Permanent Collection

Add to Google Calendar European Modernism masterpieces are on view in the Museum of Art's permanent collection galleries. Included are artworks by Kandinsky, Mondrian, Picasso, Dali, and many others. In the early 1950s Harris K. Prior, the Museum of Art Director, and Edward Root, Consultant in Art, developed for the Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute Museum of Art a small, distinguished collection of paintings and sculptures that were created by pioneers of major 20th-century artistic movements, such as Cubism, Futurism, and Surrealism. The Museum was founded as a collection of art from the United States, but Prior and Root believed that assembling a group of modern European art would be beneficial to demonstrate the influence of Wassily Kandinsky, Pablo Picasso, Salvador Dalí and other Europeans on American artists. Edward Root explained to the Board of Trustees, “This ought to give a kind of context to the collection, since it was in Europe that the rather strange developments of this century were initiated.” Since the Prior and Root era, the Museum collected additional pieces that strengthen European-American connections. Prior, Root and subsequent Museum personnel were extremely judicious in their selections, so that the European Modernism collection represents each artist at the height of his powers. Image: Pablo Picasso, Spanish (1881-1973) Pigeon in Nest with Eggs, 1912 Oil on canvas 12 13/16 x 15 7/8 in. Museum Purchase, 53.210 New York
12:00 AM 01/05/2016 - 12:00 AM 12/30/2016

Friday, January 8th 2016

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Thursday, January 21st 2016

Painting the Modern Garden: Monet to Matisse

Add to Google Calendar Using the work of Monet as a starting point, this landmark exhibition examines the role gardens played in the evolution of art from the early 1860s through to the 1920s. Trace the emergence of the modern garden in its many forms and glories as we take you through a period of great social change and innovation in the arts. Discover the paintings of some of the most important Impressionist, Post-Impressionist and Avant-Garde artists of the early twentieth century as they explore this theme. Monet, arguably the most important painter of gardens in the history of art, once said he owed his painting “to flowers”. But Monet was far from alone in his fascination with the horticultural world, which is why we will also be bringing you masterpieces by Renoir, Cezanne, Pissarro, Manet, Sargent, Kandinsky, Van Gogh, Matisse, Klimt and Klee. For these artists and others, the garden gave them the freedom to break new ground and explore the ever-changing world around them. Highlights include a remarkable selection of works by Monet, including the monumental Agapanthus Triptych, reunited specifically for the exhibition, Renoir’s Monet Painting in His Garden at Argenteuil and Kandinsky’s Murnau The Garden II. As our galleries are bathed in the colour and light of more than 120 works, see the garden in art with fresh eyes. Exhibition co-organised by the Royal Academy of Arts and the Cleveland Museum of Art.
10:00 AM 01/21/2016 - 06:00 PM 04/20/2016

Thursday, February 11th 2016


Add to Google Calendar Francois Duerinckx, an amazing artist from Spain is coming to Miami. His work has drawn the Attention of Playboy, Ferrari and even the Bowie estate. Please join us for this smashing debut event as we welcome Francois Duerinckx to the United States!
06:30 PM 02/11/2016 - 09:00 PM 03/31/2016

Thursday, February 18th 2016

Urban Art-Banksy

Add to Google Calendar Urban Art Preview Wurzerstraße 11 & 12 Munich, 80539, Germany Thursday, February 18, 2016–Thursday, April 7, 2016
12:00 AM 02/18/2016 - 12:00 AM 04/07/2016

Botticelli and Treasures from the Hamilton Collection

Add to Google Calendar A display of 30 drawings by Sandro Botticelli, that were at the heart of controversy when a UK collector sensationally sold them to a museum in Germany in the 19th century.Queen Victoria herself tried to prevent this series of Botticelli illustrations from leaving the country when they were sold to the Berlin Kupferstichkabinett in 1882 by the 12th Duke of Hamilton. Even with the influence wielded by her daughter – who was married to the German crown prince – the monarch's efforts were unsuccessful and the works have remained at the museum ever since, where they are very rarely lent. The Courtauld Gallery Somerset House, Strand London WC2R 0RN 020 7848 2526 Entry details £4 with National Art Pass (standard entry £8.50) Daily, 10am – 6pm (last admission 5.30pm)
10:00 AM 02/18/2016 - 06:00 PM 05/15/2016

Thursday, February 25th 2016

Gold Rush at the Macaya Gallery

Add to Google Calendar The Macaya Gallery in Miami, Florida presents "Gold Rush," a collective show that celebrates our timeless obsession with all things golden. The exposition features new gold-infused works from Daniel Stanford, John Robbolino, and other renowned artists. Macaya Gallery 145 NW 36th St. Miami, FL 33127 Reception @ 7pm RSVP to
07:00 PM - 07:00 PM

Sunday, February 28th 2016

Armory Arts Week

Add to Google Calendar Armory Arts Week celebrates art throughout New York City's diverse neighborhoods. Through interactive public programming, Armory Arts Week engages art lovers, collectors, and students with exhibits, retrospectives, podcasts, and presentations at multiple locations. Armory Arts Week culminates in the internationally celebrated Armory Show. #newyork #artshow
12:00 AM 02/28/2016 - 12:00 AM 03/06/2016

Tuesday, March 1st 2016

Picasso. Sculptures

Add to Google Calendar The upcoming exhibit “Picasso. Sculptures,” which will show at Musée national Picasso-Paris from March 8th to September 18 2016, aims to examine an understudied aspect of Picasso’s sculptural works. This aspect is the diversity of dimensions of the artist’s sculptural work constructed through his series and variations, cast iron creations, prints, and photographic enlargements, realized in a selection of his original sculptures. The exhibition attempts to reunite notable series from the work of Picasso like the Verres d’absinthe (1914) series or the original group of wood Baigneurs (1956). These series of sculpture will be presented with the cast iron creations already at Musée national Picasso-Paris. However, the exhibition will provide a new look at these cast iron creations by systematically presenting them with their “double” or “variants.” A catalogue will accompany the exhibition, following the circulation of the sculptures by their reproduction, their exhibitions or photographs, press, or art reviews. March 8 – September 18, 2016
10:00 AM 03/01/2016 - 05:00 PM 09/18/2016

Thursday, March 3rd 2016

Armory Show

Add to Google Calendar One of the world's largest art fairs, the Armory Show debuts works from over 200 galleries from around the world and attracts art enthusiasts, collectors, and artists alike. The grand-scale art exhibition takes place across two piers. Pier 92 showcases the best modern works from the last century; Pier 94 highlights today's most established artists as well as the art world's rising stars.
12:00 PM 03/03/2016 - 07:00 PM 03/06/2016


Add to Google Calendar There are few things more celebrated than wine in Paris. Galerie ArtCube pays homage to the 8,000-year old libation with Wine’Cube, an exhibition of international artists proposing works in various media. Curated by Francois Taborelli, the artists on show include Heidi Spector among others. The theme of wine will be explored in conjunction with the release of the feature film, “Le Crime du Sommelier” by Italian director, Ferdinando Vicentini-Orgnani. March 3 - March 15, 2016 9, Place Furstenberg St. Germain-des-Pres, Paris
06:00 PM 03/03/2016 - 12:00 AM 03/15/2016

Saturday, March 5th 2016

Botticelli Reimagined

Add to Google Calendar A celebration of Botticelli's incredible influence across the arts. master of the Italian Renaissance, Sandro Botticelli was also one of the most esteemed artists of his time: as well as producing grand altarpieces and mythological paintings, he was summoned by Pope Sixtus IV to create a series of frescoes for the Sistine Chapel. Yet after his death his accomplishments were disregarded and he disappeared from public consciousness for more than 300 years. It wasn't until his work was included in an exhibition in Manchester in 1857 – where it was viewed by more than a million people – that interest in the artist was renewed. It was the Pre-Raphaelites favour in particular, that was key to bringing Botticelli back into the spotlight. This largest British exhibition devoted to the artist since 1930, this show charts the Botticelli story from obscurity to ubiquity. Bringing together his masterpieces with paintings, photography and film made in homage to his work over the past 500 years, the display includes pieces by Dante Gabriel Rossetti, William Morris, David LaChapelle, Elsa Schiaparelli, Andy Warhol and Cindy Sherman. V&A (Victoria & Albert Museum) Cromwell Road London SW7 2RL 020 7942 2000 Entry details £7.50 with National Art Pass (standard entry £15) Open daily, 10am – 5.45pm Fri, 10am – 10pm
10:00 AM 03/05/2016 - 05:45 PM 07/03/2016

Thursday, March 24th 2016

Roma Anni Trenta. La Galleria d’Arte Moderna e le Quadriennali d’Arte 1931 - 1935 - 1939

Add to Google Calendar The Galleria d’Arte Moderna’s exhibit Roma Anni Trenta displays an eclectic assortment of Italian masterpieces, deftly representing the diverse range of the country’s artists and their various styles and techniques. The exhibition incorporates multiple themes, including The Futurists, Italians in Paris, Tonalism & The Roman School, The Sculptures between Myth and Modernity, Great Maestros & The Young Generations, The Fascist Era with Rome under Mussolini’s Ruling, The Twentieth Century and the Regional Schools, and the Homage to Scipione.
10:00 AM 03/24/2016 - 06:30 PM 10/30/2016

Thursday, April 7th 2016

Three Centuries of Fashion- FASHION FORWARD

Add to Google Calendar The famous Museum of Decorative Arts: Historical fashion collection of 7 April to 14 August 2016. This is the opportunity to meet very high expectations of the public: finally have the opportunity to embrace history fashion over several centuries. It is also an opportunity to draw on the strengths and to recall his features: a national collection of fashion and textiles preserved in the museum in dialogue with other departments of Decorative Arts Museum , museum all objects. The exhibition includes 300 pieces of women's fashion, men's and children's eighteenth century to the present , from its funds, assembled together to draw an original timeline .
12:00 AM 04/07/2016 - 12:00 AM 08/14/2016

Blooming Beauties

Add to Google Calendar A Collective Show Featuring Emillions Art own Emma Dunlavey, Francois Duerinckx and Mercedes Lasarte at the Macaya Gallery. Thursday April 7th at 7pm. Location: 145 NW 36TH STREET MIAMI FL 33127
07:00 PM 04/07/2016 - 07:00 PM 04/28/2016

Thursday, April 14th 2016

Art Expo 2016

Add to Google Calendar 37+ YEARS OF EXTRAORDINARY ART For thirty-seven years and counting, Artexpo has been changing the way people buy and sell art. Our annual, juried expo brings the biggest publishers, galleries and collectors face to face with hundreds of established and emerging artists. In short, we’re the world’s largest fine art marketplace. HUNDREDS OF ARTISTS, THOUSANDS OF NEW WORKS This year, we’ll host over 400+ innovative exhibiting artists, galleries and publishers from across the globe, showcasing exciting original artwork, prints, paintings, drawings, sculpture, photography, ceramics, giclee, lithographs, glass works and more—all under one roof at Pier 94. AN ANNUAL FINE ART DESTINATION Each year thousands of art industry insiders flock to Artexpo New York in search of the art and artists that will shape trends in galleries worldwide. Hosting more than 25,000 avid art enthusiasts annually, we’re the largest international gathering of qualified trade buyers—including gallery owners and managers, art dealers, interior designers, architects, corporate art buyers and art & framing retailers. Pier 94, NYC.
12:00 PM 04/14/2016 - 06:00 PM 04/17/2016

Wednesday, May 18th 2016

Anton van Dalen, “Inside Out, Home and Place”

Add to Google Calendar Anton van Dalen "This veteran artist and longtime East Village fixture is known delving into political and environmental themes via figurative imagery characterized by clean, schematic contours and bold planes of color. This show presents selections from the Dutch-born artist's work spanning his 50-year career." from Time Out New York. Sargent's Daughters, "This contemporary-art venue is a joint venture by dealers Allegra LaViola and Meredith Rosen, and takes its name from American painting legend John Singer Sargent—an artist who, according the gallerists, "was an innovator working in a traditional medium." Accordingly, the gallery focuses on emerging artists whose work combines the same qualities of tradition and cutting edge." from Time Out New York.
05:00 PM 05/18/2016 - 05:00 PM 06/12/2016

Friday, May 20th 2016

Fine Art & Photography Exhibit

Add to Google Calendar The Kallet Civic Center announces the opening of a combined fine art and photography exhibit by JoAnn Von Pless and Leslie Von Pless. These local artists draw their creative inspiration from the beauty of nature and the changing seasons of upstate New York and other regions. JoAnn Von Pless enjoys painting landscapes in oils, acrylics and watercolor, while Leslie Von Pless, award-winning video producer and photographer, will be displaying several of her digital prints with a focus on environmental and conservation topics. THE KALLET CIVIC CENTER 159 Main Street • Oneida, NY 13421
12:00 AM 05/20/2016 - 12:00 AM 06/20/2016

Sunday, March 26th 2017

Museo Ralli Women’s Portraits Exhibition

Add to Google Calendar Classic and modern works that try to discover ways in which artists have approached the female form throughout the ages, including works by Andre Derain, Marie Laurencin, Jacques Villon, Louis Latapie and Nicolas Tarkhoff. Event header #tribe-events-header Event content Museo Ralli in Marbella will be exhibiting “Women’s Portraits” (a selection of works by European artists) from 4 June 2016 – 27 May 2017
10:00 AM 06/04/2016 - 03:00 PM 05/27/2017

Vermeer & the Masters of Genre Painting: Inspiration & Rivalry

Add to Google Calendar The National Gallery of Ireland in Dublin is organising a landmark exhibition, Vermeer and the Masters of Genre Painting: Inspiration and Rivalry, in collaboration with the Musée du Louvre, Paris, and the National Gallery of Art, Washington. The exhibition will explore the fascinating network of relationships between Johannes Vermeer and Dutch genre painters of the period 1650–1675. Dutch genre paintings of the period 1650–1675 rank among the pinnacles of Western European art. While Johannes Vermeer is currently the most renowned painter of such scenes, the Delft master was only one of many artists of the period who excelled in capturing everyday surroundings in exquisite detail. Other major genre painters included Gerrit Dou, Gerard ter Borch, Jan Steen, Pieter de Hooch, Gabriel Metsu and Frans van Mieris. These artists frequently drew inspiration from each other’s paintings and then tried to surpass each other in verisimilitude, technical prowess and aesthetic appeal. This vibrant artistic rivalry contributed to the exceptionally high quality of their combined oeuvre. Vermeer’s subjects, compositions and figure types owe much to works by artists from other Dutch cities. For example, his depictions of a young woman reading a letter in a moment of quiet contemplation derives from the work of Ter Borch, the Deventer artist whose pictorial innovations and psychological insights had a profound impact on his contemporaries. Vermeer also freely borrowed from artists from Dordrecht, Leiden and Amsterdam. In turn, genre painters from outside Delft adopted stylistic and thematic elements from his work to elevate their own compositions. Thus, rather than presenting Vermeer as an enigmatic artist working in isolation, the aim of this exhibition is to highlight his relationships with his contemporaries. This exhibition invites visitors to take on the role of seventeenth-century art lovers and compare small groups of paintings that reflect the cross-currents of inspiration. Visitors will also be able to observe that artists had individual ways of inserting, changing and disguising their borrowings. Venues & Dates 20 February - 22 May 2017 Musée du Louvre, Paris 17 June - 17 September 2017 National Gallery of Ireland, Dublin 22 October 2017 - 21 January 2018 National Gallery of Art, Washington DC
12:00 AM 02/20/2017 - 12:00 AM 05/22/2017

Monday, June 13th 2016

Volta 12

Add to Google Calendar VOLTA, the renowned art fair for new international positions, debuted in Basel in 2005 as a collaboration between dealers and friends. The aim was to secure a platform for international galleries beyond young art stalwart Liste and market heavyweight Art Basel. Concerns and aspirations of the exhibiting gallerists have been first and foremost since VOLTA's inception; in combination with the curatorial mind of Artistic Director Amanda Coulson, eclectic and dynamic presentations with a strong focus on solo presentations find a stage as refined as at the main fair. VOLTA has already created a brand known and respected for its strict selection of exhibiting galleries and artists, including a growing list of alumni who have graduated to the main fairs. Former exhibitors like A Gentil Carioca (Rio de Janeiro), STEVENSON (Cape Town / Johannesburg), One and J. Gallery (Seoul) and bitforms gallery (New York) ascended to Frieze and Art Basel after exhibiting at VOLTA. Likewise, artists including Theaster Gates, Chris Johanson, Zilvinas Kempinas, Cameron Platter, Araya Rasdjarmrearnsook, and Adrian Williams have shown in prestigious events like the Venice Biennale, the Orangerie (Paris), dOCUMENTA, Art Basel's Art Parcours and Art Unlimited, following their featured showings at VOLTA. Encouraged by the response of collectors and institutional representatives to the fair's solo presentations and curated booths, VOLTA will continue to highlight single-artist projects and dynamic configurations of two or three artists in dialogue as the backbone to its program. In doing so, VOLTA returns the focus of the art fair atmosphere back to its most crucial component: the artists and their works. With the move back to the airy splendor of Basel's landmark venue Markthalle, situated in a key central location in the city, VOLTA confirmed its position as a mature player in Basel’s art week and elevates its exhibitors’ respective platforms for an experience mutually beneficial to fair visitors and the galleries alike. Showcasing the highest calibre of new art bearing salient contemporary positions within an elegant environment: this is VOLTA's mission. VOLTA was co-founded by three dealers, Kavi Gupta, Friedrich Loock and Uli Voges, and art critic Amanda Coulson in 2005. In addition to the VOLTA fairs, the MMPI family of art and design fairs include The Armory Show and Architectural Digest Home Design Show.
10:00 AM - 10:00 AM

Friday, June 24th 2016

Par Tibi, Roma, Nihil

Add to Google Calendar Contemporary art and archeology return to dialogue in the monumental spaces of the Palatine Hill. From June 24 to September 18, 2016 the exhibition Par tibi, Roma, nihil presents works and performances by 35 artists who accept the comparison with the old. The terrace and Severan arches, the Palatine Stadium and the lower peristyle of the Domus Augustana are the places that with their memories are transformed into a language laboratory for contemporary thought.
12:00 AM 06/24/2016 - 12:00 AM 09/18/2016

Thursday, July 14th 2016

MSS Swarovski Art Collection at Kasser Rassu

Add to Google Calendar There is an exhibition of MSS Swarovski Art at the Kasser Rassu Gallery from 14 July to 14 August. Salmeh and Sarah Moravvej are artists and interior designers specializing in the transformation of residences, offices and commercial spaces. MSS was founded in 1999. It has since its inception worked on hundreds of projects in the Middle East and internationally. In their quest to find special effects for their clients, MSS has launched the MSS Swarovski art collection. The “Art of MSS” is a collection of contemporary 3D art forms, paintings studded with Swarovski stones and pearls which will bring life and sparkle to any space. Every picture is sold with a Swarovski certificate verifying the quality of the stones used. Combined with the right lighting, the MSS Swarovski art will bring a new experience to your living space.
11:00 AM 07/14/2016 - 02:00 AM 08/14/2016

Friday, July 29th 2016

Capolavori Della - Masterpieces of Japanese Buddhist Sculpture

Add to Google Calendar Twenty-summe works (for a total of 35 pieces), ranging from the Asuka period (VII-VIII century) to the Kamakura Period (1185-1333), it will be exhibited for the first time in Italy; traditionally regarded as cult images, many of these works are difficult to transport, and also in Japan, are not easily accessible, because it exposed in the gloom of temples and shrines or protected in the collections of major national museums The wooden sculpture, also thriving in the Western tradition , is supreme technique in Buddhist tradition allowing sculptors expression without a comparison with any other universal art season.
12:00 PM 07/29/2016 - 08:00 PM 09/04/2016

Marbella Art Fair

Add to Google Calendar Offering international collectors, visitors and local community a new cultural experience, this event invites experts and collectors alike to discover new artists and rediscover old ones while bringing new public to the world of art. Is the first major international art fair in the Costa del Sol, Spain. An event that allows collectors, artists, curators and art lovers to appreciate, enjoy, educate themselves, and acquire art works of exceptional quality. Marbella, the hot spot of the European Summer, becomes a meeting point for the contemporary art world, and a crossroads, -aesthetically and conceptually-, between Europe and the Middle East. The curatorial team and host committee are focused on making Art/Marbella a premiere stop in the international cultural calendar. We look forward to seeing you!
06:30 PM 07/29/2016 - 10:30 PM 08/03/2016

Wednesday, August 10th 2016

Dali Exhibition at Centro Cultural Cortijo Miraflores

Add to Google Calendar Artists unmistakable style, Dalí shows a mixture of vanguard and tradition throughout his work. Framed in surrealism, the exhibition program is structured into 5 blocks, developing forays into specific topics related to the artist and the basic techniques of his work. This methodology allows us to approach gradually and the artist’s monograph presented without losing sight of a historical-critical global perspective of the context in which the work was produced. 1. Dalí and Don Quixote – 2. Gala – 3. Eroticism Daliniano – 4. Surrealism and paranoiac-critical method – 5. Religion
08:30 PM 08/10/2016 - 10:00 PM 09/15/2016

Thursday, August 11th 2016

“Bruce Conner: It’s All True”

Add to Google Calendar BRUCE CONNER: IT’S ALL TRUE is the artist’s first monographic museum exhibition in New York, the first large survey of his work in 16 years, and the first complete retrospective of his 50-year career. It brings together over 250 objects, from film and video to painting, assemblage, drawing, prints, photography, photograms, and performance. Venue name: Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) Contact: VISIT WEBSITE CALL VENUE Address: 11 W 53rd St New York 10019 Cross street: between Fifth and Sixth AvesOpening hours: Mon–Thu, Sat, Sun 10:30am–5:30pm; Fri 10:30am–8pm.Transport: Subway: B, D, F, M to 47–50th Sts–Rockefeller Ctr; E, M to Fifth Ave–53rd StEvent phone: 212–708-9400
10:30 AM 08/11/2016 - 05:30 PM 10/02/2016

A Project For Rome: Triumphs And Laments

Add to Google Calendar Currently on display at the Macro museum on Via Nizza is an exhibition in honor of the South African artist William Kentridge, highlighting his latest work of Triumphs and Laments. “Triumphs and Laments: a project for Rome”, represents the great victories and defeats of the ancient city with a series of images that were erased from the dirt and biological growth on the embankment walls of the Tiber river in Piazza Tevere. On the 21st and 22nd of April the finished products were presented to the public along with a shadow play and two live bands on occasion of Rome’s birthday. Some of his art on display at Macro includes more than 80 of his charcoal sketches he drew for the river walls, the “cut outs” that were carried in the procession during the performance, a series of ink drawings, unpublished pastels, and an installation he specifically designed for Macro in dedication for Pier Paolo Pasolini, one of Kentridge’s favorite poets. Kentridge’s work occupies project rooms number one and two at Macro and both are packed with the talented artist’s masterpieces. If you’ve had the chance to see Kentridge’s “Triumphs and Laments” down by the river and would like to view more of his work, make sure to put this on your list of exhibitions to visit while in the Eternal city. Till October 2nd, 2016 Macro Via Nizza 138 Open: Tuesday – Sunday 10:30am-7:30pm Entry cost: €11
10:30 AM 08/11/2016 - 07:30 PM 10/02/2016

Go Figure: Curated by Salman Toor

Add to Google Calendar Aicon Gallery is pleased to present Go Figure, an exhibition curated by artist Salman Toor, featuring the work of Saba Khan, Irfan Hasan, Hiba Schahbaz, Komail Aijazuddin and Saad Qureshi, as well as the curator’s own work. This is the first gathering of these 6 artists in a U.S. group show. They are from different provinces, cities and social strata of Pakistan or the Pakistani diaspora in the United States and United Kingdom. Their work shows an impulse toward the illustrative, the graphic and the sensual. Their pictures range from imagined portraits, inner landscapes, female empowerment, quotations from Western Art History, queerness and kitsch. These artists are urban people but they play with pertinent particularities from their personal histories and those of their chosen cities, or homelands. 35 Great Jones Street New York, NY 10012, USA Thursday, August 11, 2016–Saturday, September 17, 2016 Opening Reception: Thursday, August 11, 2016, 6 p.m.–8 p.m.
06:00 PM 08/11/2016 - 08:00 PM 09/17/2016

Friday, August 12th 2016

Defense Of The Species

Add to Google Calendar This event will raise eyebrows and open passionate discussion about the beauty and the right of all creatures to exist on our planet. Our host is the Salmagundi Club of NY Fifth Ave. @ 12th St. "Deer /Kendo Mask" from the "Art In The Wilderness" collection. Gallery opening on Aug 12 from 6-9 pm.
06:00 PM 08/12/2016 - 06:00 PM 08/26/2016

Wednesday, September 7th 2016

London Design Biennale 2016

Add to Google Calendar London's first biennial for design will showcase the talents of designers from 35 nations across the globe, who are responding to the theme of 'Utopia by Design'. Venue name: Somerset House Contact: Strand London WC2R 1LA Opening hours: Daily 10am-6pmTransport: Tube: Temple/Charing Cross/Covent Garden
10:00 AM 09/07/2016 - 06:00 PM 09/27/2016

Wednesday, September 14th 2016

The EY Exhibition: Wifredo Lam

Add to Google Calendar Cuban artist Lam (1902-1982) moved in some pretty illustrious circles during the course of his life, counting Pablo Picasso and André Breton amongst his peers. He also witness some of the most turbulent events of the twentieth century. The Tate's forthcoming exhibition should give him some long-overdue exposure. Venue name: Tate Modern Contact: VISIT WEBSITE CALL VENUE Address: Bankside London SE1 9TG Opening hours: Mon-Thu, Sat, Sun 10am-6pm; Fri 10am-10pm (last adm 45 mins before closing)Transport: Tube: Southwark/Blackfriars
10:00 AM 09/14/2016 - 10:00 PM 01/08/2017

Saturday, September 17th 2016

Astronomy Photographer of the Year

Add to Google Calendar Once again you can expect to see remarkable feats of astrophotography at the Astronomy Photographer of the Year exhibition. It’s a chance to see magical views of both our own night sky and of galaxies far, far away. The winning spacey visions come from dozens of professional and amateur snappers in various categories including ‘Planets, Comets and Asteroids’, ‘Stars and Nebulae’, ‘Galaxies’ and ‘Young Astronomy Photographer of the Year’ for under-16s. Soar down to Greenwich to see the winners from 2016's competition on display.  Royal Observatory , Greenwich Saturday September 17 2016 - Friday December 23 2016
10:00 AM - 10:00 AM

Saturday, September 24th 2016

Abstract Expressionism, London's Critics Choice

Add to Google Calendar Autumn 2016 at the RA (Royal Academy of Arts) is all about New York in the 1940s and ’50s, as this blockbuster survey of abstract expressionism brings together the big deals, bad boys and prodigious boozers of the era. It’s sure to be a swaggeringly audacious show. Abstract expressionism, with its love of spontaneity, automatic and unconscious forms, marks the moment when America took over from Paris as the crucible of modern art (whether or not you believe the theories about CIA involvement in its post-war rise to prominence). Indeed, its first flowering was full by artists who came to the States from Europe – painter Hans Hofmann was born in Germany; Willem de Kooning trained in the Netherlands. However, it’s the homegrown US talent that came to embody the new sense of assurance and freedom that ab-ex still signifies today – the dynamic ‘action painting’ (a term coined by critic Harold Rosenberg in 1952) of Franz Kline and ‘Jack the Dripper’ Jackson Pollock, and the sublime ‘colour field’ painting (Clement Greenberg’s baby) of Barnett Newman and Mark Rothko. Abstract Expressionism Art , Painting Royal Academy of Arts , Mayfair Saturday September 24 2016 - Monday January 2 2017 Critics' choice. Burlington House, Piccadilly London W1J 0BD
10:00 AM 09/24/2016 - 06:00 PM 01/02/2017

Friday, October 7th 2016

Agnes Martin - Guggenheim

Add to Google Calendar Filling the Guggenheim rotunda, this exhibition will trace Agnes Martin’s (1912–2004) career from her early experiments of the 1950s through her mature oeuvre and final paintings, making it the first comprehensive survey of the artist’s work since her death in 2004. One of the preeminent American painters of the twentieth century, Martin created subtle and evocative canvases that had a significant influence on artists of her time and subsequent generations. For more than four decades, she explored limited compositional motifs yet discovered endless nuance and variation. By 1960, she had developed her signature grid-pattern works—radical presentations of interlocking horizontal and vertical lines in pencil on large square canvases that at first seem to appear blank. Martin’s geometry, however, is never mechanical. Her hand-drawn arrangements of coordinates, lines, and stripes shift in scale and rhythm between works. Often associated with and considered an important figure of Minimalism, Martin’s work stands apart. Influenced by Asian belief systems including Taoism and Zen Buddhism and the natural surroundings of her home in New Mexico, her restrained style was underpinned by a personal conviction in the emotive and expressive power of art. The Guggenheim presentation of Agnes Martin is co-curated by Tracey Bashkoff, Senior Curator, Collections and Exhibitions and Tiffany Bell, Guest Curator. Venue name: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum Contact: VISIT WEBSITE CALL VENUE Address: 1071 Fifth Ave New York 10128 Cross street: at 89th StOpening hours: Sun–Wed, Fri 10am–5:45pm; Sat 10am–7:45pm.Transport: Subway: 4, 5, 6 to 86th St
10:00 AM 10/07/2016 - 05:45 PM 01/11/2017

Sunday, October 16th 2016

The Chelsea Mansion – Artist Studio Gallery

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05:00 PM - 10:00 PM

Thursday, October 20th 2016

A Swede in Paris in the 18th century - The Tessin Collection

Add to Google Calendar Although not officially bearing the title, Count Carl Gustaf Tessin acted as Swedish ambassador in Paris from 1739 to 1741. A passionate collector of paintings and drawings during those three years, he became a friend of Pierre-Jean Mariette and acquired works at the remarkable Crozat sale in 1741. Heavily in debt on his return to Sweden, he was obliged to sell part of his collection of paintings to King Frederick I, who gave them to Queen Louisa Ulrika. In 1750 the count also had to part with his collection of drawings, which was acquired by Crown Prince Adolf Frederick. Organized in tandem with the Nationalmuseum in Stockholm, now home to the greater part of Tessin’s collection, the exhibition takes a combined chronological and thematic approach to his modus operandi. In doing so, it also provides an insight into the art market and Parisian taste in the mid-18th century. From October 20, 2016 to January 16, 2017 Location Rotonde Sully Admission €15 (permanent collections + exhibitions) Opening hours Every day from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., except Tuesday. Night opening until 9:45 p.m. on Wednesdays and Fridays. Further information +33 (0)1 40 20 53 17
09:00 AM 10/20/2016 - 06:00 PM 01/16/2017

Wednesday, November 30th 2016

X-Contemporary At Nobu

Add to Google Calendar Emillions Art will be showing at X-Contemporary (Hotel Nobu at the Eden Roc) during Art Basel from November 30- December 4, 2016
07:00 PM 11/30/2016 - 09:00 PM 12/04/2016

Wednesday, January 11th 2017

LA Art Show

Add to Google Calendar "Celebrate the 2017 LA Art Show, the West Coast’s most comprehensive art experience. Presented by The Palm Beach Show Group." Los Angeles Convention Center 1201 South Figueroa Street West Hall A
11:00 AM 01/11/2017 - 07:00 PM 01/15/2017