The Harvard Society for Contemporary Art – Exhibition Timeline and Artists 1929-1932 Many essays have been written about Lincoln Kirstein (1907 – 1996), John Walker III (1906 – 1995), and Edward M. M. Warburg (1908 – 1992) and their exhibition venue at 1400 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, on the second floor of the Harvard Cooperative Building, in Room 207 and 208. To know the exhibition timeline and the shown artists is important for each survey on […]
Carmen Gracia – ‘Mythologies quotidiennes’, 1964 Two additional important facts ‘Figuration Narrative, Paris 1960–1972’ retrospective in 2008 From April to July 2008 the RNM – Réunion des musées nationaux and the Centre Pompidou organized the exhibition ‘Figuration Narrative, Paris 1960–1972’ at the Grand Palais, with Jean-Paul Ameline and Bénédicte Ajac as curator. ‘Mythologies quotidiennes’, 1964 The Press Release for the retrospective in 2008 states: “The ‘Figuration Narrative’ wasn’t proclaimed as a movement as such. It […]
Exhibition History Provides Important Insight “You do not need to be a millionaire to access high quality but you do need to put a bit of time and effort into your own research or gaining access to some objective advice.” Clare McAndrew, artseconomics.com Studying an artist’s work, reading an art critic’s opinion, and looking at recent as well as older artwork to understand how perspectives and point of views do change is important. All your […]
Installation View of the Exhibition ‘International Pop’, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, 2015 ‘International Pop’ at Walker Art Center Organized by the Walker Art Center and on view April 11 through August 29, 2015, ‘International Pop’ is a groundbreaking historical survey that chronicles the global emergence of Pop Art from the mid-1950s to the early 1970s. Find out more about all shown artists on this page. Following the Walker’s presentation, the exhibition will travel to the […]
Follow artist-info.com now as well on Instagram at artist.info We started January 20 our Instagram feed to post exhibition views at galleries, museums, non profit venues and collector’s venues as well as for other information like our monthly art fairs summary and other artist-info.com news to make it easier to discover and follow a wide range of interesting artists and exhibitions we would like to share with you. Our Instagram exhibition picks from venues around […]
Exterior view of the Ferus Gallery during the exhibition of Edward Kienholz’s installation Roxy’s, 1962. Photo by William Claxton (1927–2008). Courtesy Demont Photo Management, LLC. Getty Archive. Ferus Gallery The exhibition ‘Objects on the New Landscape Demanding of the Eye’, March 15 – April 11, 1957 was the inaugural group show at the famous Ferus Gallery. Frank Lobdell, Jay DeFeo, Sonia Gechtoff, Craig Kauffman, Richard Diebenkorn, John Altoon and Clyfford Still were the artists in […]
Damien Hirst – curator Curating an exhibition is one of many ways for an artist to collaborate with other artists. Damien Hirst‘s (* 1965) groundbreaking and controversial work has made him one of the world’s best-known living artists – not to forget his success as curator. We included the following exhibitions, curated by Damien Hirst, to artist-info as an overview and insight into these exhibitions and the participating artists with their individual artist-info pages.