Painting | The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, United-States | Tuesday 4 November 2014 - Sunday 1 February 2015
To commemorate the four-hundredth anniversary of the death of El Greco, the Metropolitan Museum and the Hispanic Society of America are pooling their collections of the work of this great painter to provide a panorama of his art unrivaled outside the Museo del Prado in Madrid. The Frick Collection is displaying its paintings contemporaneously. This is a unique opportunity to see this artist's work, which exerted such a strong impact on modern painting and especially appealed to New York collectors.
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Photography | Michael Hoppen Contemporary, London, United-Kingdom | Thursday 30 October 2014 - Wednesday 7 January 2015
The Michael Hoppen Gallery is delighted to be presenting Sohei Nishino's new series of Diorama Map's. Comprising of the following cities: Berlin, New Delhi, Amsterdam, Jerusalem, Rio de Janeiro, Tokyo and Bern. Nishino has been internationally lauded for his beautifully crafted Dioramas, and earlier cities such as London and New York are now found in important private and museum collections around the world.
Painting | The National Gallery, London, United-Kingdom | Wednesday 15 October 2014 - Sunday 18 January 2015
Rembrandt’s later years were turbulent and marked with controversy, but they also produced some of his most soulful, deeply moving and strikingly modern works. Having already suffered the early loss of his wife and three of their children, Rembrandt’s later years were burdened with bankruptcy, acrimonious legal proceedings with a former lover, and the loss of his common-law wife and only remaining son. However, far from diminishing as he aged, Rembrandt’s creativity gathered new energy.
Photography | Edwynn Houk Gallery, New York, United-States | Thursday 23 October 2014 - Saturday 20 December 2014
Reveling in the expectations of the photographic process, Morell’s work is charged with discoveries concerning optics, aperture, exposure, and most notably, camera obscura. Since 1991, Morell has been using the camera obscura to effectively turn entire rooms into cameras: the outside world is transposed onto the interior, creating unexpected and often surreal imagery. In Camera Obscura: Late Afternoon View of The East Side of Midtown Manhattan, 2014 (pictured), the New York City skyline floats over two mysteriously lit doors and the two worlds are flattened into one imaginary place.
Multimedia | Gagosian Gallery, Hong-Kong, China | Thursday 6 November 2014 - Saturday 20 December 2014
Hulk Elvis represents for me both Western and Eastern culture, a sense of a guardian, a protector, that at the same time is capable of bringing the house down. —Jeff Koons.
With sources as diverse as children’s art, comic book characters, and figures from classical antiquity, Koons draws a common thread through cultural history with works that attempt to touch the core of the human psyche. Working through conceptual constructs including the new, the banal, and the sublime, his art has evolved from its literal, staid beginnings in readymades to baroque creations that extol innocence, beauty, sexuality, and happiness in confounding combinations of abstraction, figuration and sumptuous effect.
Photography | Bernheimer Fine Art, Luzern, Switzerland | Saturday 27 September 2014 - Saturday 8 November 2014
As an artist, Christopher Thomas has established a reputation above all with his city portraits: silent photos of city scenes, taken with a large-format camera and printed on hand-made laid paper. The film is a black-and-white type 55 film by Polaroid.
Sculpture | Museum of Modern Art, Warsaw, Poland | Thursday 25 September 2014 - Tuesday 6 January 2015
The phenomenon of the discovery of female artists whose work remained below the mainstream radar of their time has been changing the scenery of the history of the art of the second half of the 20th century. These artists not only experimented formally and embarked intuitively on new themes but, rejected by mainstream modernist trends, they remained working in isolation, or at least marginalised. And yet, they were pioneers who invented the language of contemporary expression. A point in case is the art of Maria Bartuszová.
Photography | Hamiltons Gallery, London, United-Kingdom | Thursday 25 September 2014 - Monday 24 November 2014
As representatives of Horst P. Horst since the 1980's Hamiltons is proud to present Horst Vintage an exhibition of his vintage prints from the thirties to fifties; showcasing 35 rare images, each from the Horst Estate and shot for Condé Nast, Vogue, in Paris, New York and London. Titles include Brenda Frazier, 1930's; Schiaparelli Fashion, Paris, 1937; Trompe L'Oeil, Paris, 1938 and Jean Patchett, 1950's.
Photography | m97 Gallery, Shanghai, China | Friday 5 September 2014 - Friday 31 October 2014
Since graduating from the Luxun Fine Arts Academy, Wang Ningde’s artistic practice has consistently set out to explore the core fundamental elements of photography: light, paper, materials, image and the nature of “writing with light”. In FORM OF LIGHT Wang Ningde goes a step further to deconstruct the original image form and representation to later reconstruct it for the viewer as an abstract and inverted photographic mirage.
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Multimedia | Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, United-States | Thursday 17 July 2014 - Sunday 19 October 2014
By reducing all elements in his composition to their essential geometries and treating light as a palpable presence, Edward Hopper imbued his images of everyday life with what the American philosopher Ralph Waldo Emerson called an “alienated majesty.”
Photography | Foam, Amsterdam, Netherlands | Friday 7 November 2014 - Wednesday 28 January 2015
Vivian Maier, Street Photographer is a retrospective exhibition featuring the work of a female street photographer whose impressive oeuvre was only discovered at the end of her life - and then immediately caused a worldwide sensation. Vivian Maier (New York, 1926 - 2009) worked as a professional nanny throughout her life.
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Photography | The Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography, Moscow, Russia | Wednesday 24 September 2014 - Sunday 23 November 2014
The Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography is pleased to announce solo exhibition of Lawrence Schiller, one of the remarkable masters of portrait photography and a great figure in cinematography. “Personal photographer”, Schiller worked with Marilyn Monroe, photographed Richard Nixon’s and Robert Kennedy’s campaigns for Presidency in the United States and collaborated with plenty of Hollywood stars. His photographs repeatedly appeared on the covers of Life, Sport, Playboy, Glamour and The Saturday Post.
Photography | Helmut Newton Foundation, Berlin, Germany | Thursday 5 June 2014 - Thursday 6 November 2014
In June 2014 the Helmut Newton Foundation celebrates its tenth year anniversary. The museum first opened its doors with the exhibitions “Us and Them” and “Sex and Landscapes,” which were selected by Helmut Newton shortly before his death. Now, ten years later, foundation president June Newton (a.k.a. Alice Springs) has chosen the same combination.
Multimedia | Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao, Spain | Tuesday 23 September 2014 - Sunday 3 May 2015
Marking the end of the first period of the management agreement with the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao presents a major exhibition from the permanent collection that will occupy the entire exhibition space, with masterpieces from the museums in the Guggenheim Constellation.
Painting | Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao, Spain | Friday 13 June 2014 - Sunday 21 September 2014
Georges Braque (1882−1963) is one of the 20th century’s major artists. A painter, sculptor, and engraver he played the lead part in two essential chapters in the history of modern art: the creation, with Pablo Picasso and Juan Gris, of Cubism, and the invention of collage thanks to his experiments with papiers collés (“pasted papers”). He later focused his work on the methodological exploration of still life and landscape painting.
Photography | The Museum of Modern Art, New York, United-States | Sunday 27 July 2014 - Sunday 2 November 2014
Christopher Williams: The Production Line of Happiness—the first retrospective ever mounted of Christopher Williams (American, b. 1956)—spans the impressive 35-year career of one of the most influential cinephilic artists working in photography. Williams studied at the California Institute of the Arts in the mid to late 1970s under the first wave of West Coast Conceptual artists, including John Baldessari, Douglas Huebler, and Michael Asher, only to become his generation’s leading Conceptualist and art professor.
Photography | Christie's, London, United-Kingdom | Thursday 11 September 2014 - Saturday 13 September 2014
Christie’s is pleased to announce a three day solo exhibition of renowned French photographer, Bettina Rheims’ new series, ‘Bonkers! A Fortnight in London’, which will take place on 11-13 September at Christie’s King Street, London, before heading off to Camera Work gallery in Berlin.
Photography | Fotomuseum Winterthur, Winterthur, Switzerland | Saturday 13 September 2014 - Sunday 30 November 2014
Antonioni's Film Classic and Photography. David Bailey » Terence Donovan » Brian Duffy » Arthur Evans » Richard Hamilton » Don McCullin » David Montgomery » Tazio Secchiaroli » Ian Stephenson » Eric Swayne » ...
Photography | Galerie Priska Pasquer, Cologne, Germany | Saturday 6 September 2014 - Friday 31 October 2014
“Color is the visual key to understanding our social reality. That is precisely what I find interesting about the question of color – that artistic, social, scientific and also cultural aspects and components come together.” – Hanno Otten. The current exhibition of the works of Hanno Otten (*1954) at | PRISKA PASQUER centres on the perception of color. Created since the mid-1990s, the “Colorblocks” and “Lichtbilder” series are photograms – a technique that creates photographic images not with cameras and negatives, but rather by simply exposing light-sensitive paper to light.