Visual Arts
  • Thoms Bayrle La Vache Qui Rit Wallpaper

    Pop Art, as it is usually thought of, gets defined as Anglo-American, male and concerned above all with consumerist society. That is not the version of Pop being presented at Tate Modern.

    LAST UPDATE : Sep 18, 2015, 7:58 AM EDT
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  • Agnolo Bronzino's Portrait d'Eléonore de Tolède, 1522, and his Portrait de Côme Ier de Médicis at age 40, 1560.

    France is getting a taste of how the elite in Florence used portraiture to enhance their social status – leaving behind outstanding images that are still fresh many centuries on.

    LAST UPDATE : Sep 16, 2015, 7:26 AM EDT
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  • Auction house Shapiro will offer one of Australian printmaker Ethel Spowers’ most desirable Grosvenor School prints, “The Gust of Wind,” during its August 19 Australian and International Art sale in Sydney.
    “’The Gust of Wind’ is one of Ethel Spowers’ most iconic images,” said Andrew Shapiro, Managing Director of Shapiro Auctioneers Australia. “The image captures the energy of the cosmopolitan city which was an important subject for many artists in the 1920s and 1930s.”

    LAST UPDATE : Aug 14, 2015, 7:56 AM EDT
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  • John Chamberlain, It Ain't Cheap, 1965. Installation view, the Dan Flavin Art Institute, Bridgehampton, New York.

    “John Chamberlain” at Inverleith House in Edinburgh’s Royal Botanic Garden is the very first solo exhibition in a UK public gallery by the great American artist John Chamberlain who is best known for his vibrantly colored, dynamic metal sculptures made from salvaged materials and car parts.

    LAST UPDATE : Aug 05, 2015, 8:13 AM EDT
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