#GerhardRichter: “One can see, or rather hear, a great example in John Cage’s work of how extensively, cleverly, and sensitively he treats coincidence in order to make music out of it.”
An exhibition of Gerhard Richter’s “Cage” paintings opens tomorrow, April 19…
Trailblazing Women Artists
To celebrate 100 issues of Aesthetica, we’ve curated 10 articles – celebrating pioneering figures including Marina Abramović, Shirin Neshat, Linda Bo Bardi and Barbara Kruger.
Read now: https://t.co/DEs2trPcYc https://t.co/k5FcupCTYz
Now open! “#Monet and Boston: Legacy Illuminated” highlights 25 masterpieces by the artist: https://t.co/o04WF8FMgb
🎟️ April is sold out, but tickets for May go on sale April 20 for MFA members and April 21 for nonmembers!
🎨: “Cliffs of the Petites Dalles” (1880), Claude Monet https://t.co/yHnKNeD1yh
In Kay Sage’s collection for many years, this standing mobile was left to @MuseumModernArt as part of a bequest from her estate in 1964 and is now on view in the museum’s new exhibition Alexander Calder: Modern from the Start. Read more: https://t.co/6bz8QWDWUE https://t.co/1xxXSAaklD
Sunny day and everything’s A-OK on the #CantorRoof—our 2021 Roof Garden Commission is now on view.☀️
At 26 feet tall, Alex Da Corte’s “As Long as the Sun Lasts” features the beloved Sesame Street character Big Bird and the modern aesthetic of Alexander Calder’s standing mobiles. https://t.co/dXxgGiv3ID
Mark Rothko’s penultimate painting, ‘Untitled’ from 1970 will highlight the 20th Century Evening Sale in New York on 11 May.
This work offers a parting vision of glowing, incandescent color; a luminous, resonant hymn that eloquently encapsulates the spirit of his life’s work. https://t.co/jlNdz4TfVv
Looking forward to welcoming little visitors back to the galleries. Here’s Milo exploring Zanele Muholi’s self-portrait series ‘Somnyama Ngonyama’, which means ‘Hail the Dark Lioness’ in Zulu. These striking black and white portraits use everyday household objects like sunglas…
#RachelWhiteread: Rachel Whiteread features on the latest episode of the Talk Art podcast with Robert Diament and Russell Tovey, which was recorded in the artist’s studio before she began installing “Internal Objects,” her current exhibition at Gagosian, Grosvenor Hill, London.
Can art fight climate change? Well, the answer is yes… Over the past 20+ years, the Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson has developed several world-renowned art projects with climate change as the main focus, such as the Ice Watch in the picture❄️➡️ https://t.co/5ljLYvNSEp https://t.co/fDyRW0fcv9
Join us for a free virtual program designed for individuals w/ autism spectrum disorders and their caregivers on 4/24, 10am EDT. Participants will explore Warhol’s Pop portraits and create art from home. Register: https://t.co/ej9INObsBL. Andy Warhol, “Self-Portrait”, 1978, ©AWF https://t.co/OEks7ZhYRF
We are excited to launch ALL ORIGINAL, a private selling virtual exhibition for collectors who are in search of that special, one-of-a-kind original artwork by celebrated artist such as #AndyWarhol #YayoiKusama and more: https://t.co/P1bbfvJCK6 https://t.co/OAkNdQwcka
Vincent van Gogh’s paintings are celebrated the world over — and it turns out that we have Jo van Gogh-Bonger to thank for that. After being neglected by art history for centuries, van Gogh’s sister-in-law is finally being recognized as the woman who transformed him into a star. https://t.co/FEYi4nVxwo