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Vacheron Constantin Les Collectionneurs: a watch exhibition you’ll actually want to leave the house for

Watch exhibitions, particularly those that serve as a noble but often rather dull vehicle for reminding us of just how long a brand has been around, typically have one major failing. You rock up, stare at a watch through a pane of glass and then go home.

British Museum shines spotlight on MENA artists in new exhibition

Hengameh Golestan ‘Untitled (1979)’ This image comes from the self-taught photographer’s “Witness ’79” series, which documented a demonstration by more than 100,000 women on the streets of Tehran protesting the recently issued post-revolution ruling that women had to wear the hijab.

MMCA’s ‘Catastrophe and Recovery’ exhibition ‘speaks directly to’ changing reality wrought by pandemic

MMCA’s ‘Catastrophe and Recovery’ exhibition ‘speaks directly to’ changing reality wrought by pandemic

25 must-see masterpieces of the Tretyakov Gallery

It was the dream of the gallery’s creator, Pavel Tretyakov, to create a major public museum of Russian art, in contrast to the nobles before him who had collected mainly Western European paintings and sculptures. This successful merchant made Russian artists fashionable and zealously bought up their paintings.

Dior retrospective coming to the Brooklyn Museum in September

The highly successful ‘Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams’ exhibition, which debut in Paris at the Musรฉe des Arts Dรฉcoratifs in 2017, before stopping in London and Shanghai is coming to America in September.

ADI Design Museum Compasso d’Oro inaugurated in Milan | Floornature

Photographer:Greta Gandini, Stefano De Grandis, Martina Bonetti, City: Milan, Section: Museums, On May 25 the new ADI Design Museum was inaugurated in Milan. The museum is intended to be a new point of reference for the world of Italian and international design, as well as a new cultural hub for the city focused on the narration and promotion of the Italian design system.

Art exhibitions on aristocratic estates that are worth the day trip

If the glorious properties themselves weren’t reason enough for a visit, they’re now featuring some of this summer’s hottest exhibitions With lockdown restrictions easing and summer fast-approaching, the art world is finally back on its feet. As well as galleries and museums, many of the UK’s most magnificent estates are now back open to the public – with some boasting new, must-see art installations.

Nina Hamnett, a Painter of the Bloomsbury Group, Comes Into View

FIRLE, England – Welcome to Charleston! Admire the cows and the reek of their droppings as you proceed up the sinuous country lane toward the car park. Take it especially slowly because pheasants, bred to be slaughtered at whim by the blundering and trigger-happy, are statistically favored to end up as road kill.

Conversations Across Collections: Ruth Asawa at the Ankrum Gallery, 1962

Welcome to Conversations Across Collections, a collaborative series between the Archives of American Art and the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, where we highlight archival documents and works of art from our collections that tell the story of American art.

Love In Bloomsbury At Bonhams Modern British And Irish Art Sale – Martin Cid Magazine

The art historian and critic Roger Fry (1866-1934) occupied a central role in British cultural life during the first four decades of the 20 th century.

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