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Exhibition of masterpieces from the Leiden Collection opens at the Louvre Museum
American art collector Thomas Kaplan poses for a photograph during the exhibition "Masterpieces from the Leiden collection" at the Louvre museum in Paris, on February 17, 2017. The Louvre museum will exhibit a selection of masterpieces by 17th-century Dutch painters from the collection of Thomas Kaplan. FRANCOIS GUILLOT / AFP.
PARIS.- As part of its season devoted to the Dutch Golden Age, the Mus茅e du Louvre is presenting a selection of masterpieces by 17th-century Dutch painters from the collection of Thomas Kaplan and his wife, Daphne Recanati Kaplan. This selection, brought together at a major international museum for the first time, showcases the largest private collection of works by Rembrandt. Visitors will discover some thirty paintings and drawings by the greatest painters of the Golden Age from the region of Leiden in the Netherlands, primarily ten works by Rembrandt and a painting recently attributed to the artist. Among the Leiden Collection #146;s Rembrandt paintings is the Minerva, a particularly spectacular large-format work, part of a series of strong women and mythological goddesses. As its name indicates, this collection highlights the #147;fine painters #148; of Leiden, among them Gerrit Dou and Frans van Mieris. It also includes a number of Rembr ... More

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Howard Greenberg Gallery exhibits photographs by Weegee
Hitler's 'destructive' wartime phone up for auction
Hungarian slaughterhouse love story wins Berlin fest's Golden Bear
Rivington Attorney Streets, Lower East Side, c.1940s. Gelatin silver print, 13 1/2 x 10 3/4 inches.NEW YORK, NY.- Weegee, an exhibition of work by the iconic photographer, are on view at Howard Greenberg Gallery from February 16 #150; April 1, 2017. Focusing predominantly on his most prolific decade, the 1940s, the exhibition presents more than 40 images including rare work as well as a number of prints that solidified his extraordinary legacy. As a photographer and photojournalist, Arthur Fellig (Weegee) was in his own words #147;spellbound by the mystery of murder. #148; His uncanny ability to make early appearances at scenes of violence and catastrophe earned him the name Weegee (appropriated from the Ouija board). His film noir style and dry wit combined with his sensational images of the naked city, often taken at night with a strong flash, have earned him a reputation as one of the greatest street photographers of the 20th century. Among the highlights in the exhibition is a 1936 self portrait of Weegee getting his own mug s ... More
Originally a black Bakelite phone that was later painted crimson and engraved with Hitler's name, the relic was found in the Nazi leader's Berlin bunker in 1945 following the regime's defeat. WASHINGTON (AFP).- Adolf Hitler's personal telephone, which the Fuehrer used to dictate many of his deadly World War II commands, will hit the auction block this weekend, the US house selling it announced. Originally a black Bakelite phone that was later painted crimson and engraved with Hitler's name, the relic was found in the Nazi leader's Berlin bunker in 1945 following the regime's defeat. Auction house Alexander Historical Auctions estimates its worth between $200,000 and $300,000. On Sunday, the company, located in the eastern US coastal state of Maryland, will auction off more than a thousand items -- including the Siemens rotary telephone embossed with a swastika and the eagle symbolic of the Third Reich. Alexander House dubbed the phone -- which Hitler received from the Wehrmacht, Nazi Germany's armed ... More
Hungarian director Ildiko Enyedi takes a bow after receiving the Golden Bear for Best Film "On Body and Soul" at a press conference after the Award Ceremony of the 67th Berlinale film festival in Berlin on February 18, 2017. Odd ANDERSEN / AFP. BERLIN (AFP).- Hungary's "On Body and Soul", a tender love story set in a slaughterhouse, won the Golden Bear top prize Saturday at the Berlin film festival, Europe's first major cinema showcase of the year. The drama by Ildiko Enyedi, one of four female filmmakers in competition, features graphic scenes in an abattoir set against the budding romance of two people who share a recurring dream. The win marked an upset at the 11-day Berlinale, where a European refugee comedy by cult Finnish filmmaker Aki Kaurismaki, "The Other Side of Hope", had been the odds-on favourite. Kaurismaki took the Silver Bear for best director. Enyedi thanked the festival for embracing her first full-length feature in 18 years. "We wanted to present you a very simple film like a glass of water ... More

'Pioneers to Professionals: Women and the Royal Navy' opens at the National Museum of the Royal Navy
Daily Self-Portraits by Melissa Shook opens at Joseph Bellows Gallery
New exhibition from the Danish collective SUPERFLEX opens at Von Bartha, S-chanf
These Wrens at Chatham helped to feed the 6,000 sailors on the establishment during the First World War.PORTSMOUTH.- Following a recent government announcement, women can soon join any branch of the Royal Navy providing they have the necessary skills. This is a marked contrast to 100 years ago when the Women #146;s Royal Naval Service motto was #145;Never at Sea #146;. Yet women were actively working on board serving ships and supporting naval operations long before this. A new exhibition at The National Museum of the Royal Navy, Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, reveals the remarkable stories of naval women. Opening in the centenary year of the formation of the Women #146;s Royal Naval Service (WRNS), the exhibition #145;Pioneers to Professionals #146; celebrates women #146;s contribution to the naval services for the last 250 years. The exhibition features objects that illustrate the stories of early pioneers who disguised themselves as men or accompanied their husbands ... More
Melissa Shook, April 4, 1973 (detail), vintage gelatin silver print, 4 录 x 4 #8540; inches. LA JOLLA, CA.- Joseph Bellows Gallery announces its solo exhibition, Daily Self-Portraits by Melissa Shook. The exhibition opened on February 18th and continues through March 31st, 2017. In 1972, curious about the problem of identity, Shook began an ambitious project of photographing herself everyday for a year. The sum of this impressive undertaking resulted in a compelling set of intimately scaled black and white photographs that range from the artist performing for the camera, to the camera describing the physicality of her being. These early influential photographs will be complimented with a selection of recent daily photographs from 2014-15 that combine individual text entries with a self-portrait image; both text and image act as a diary, reflecting upon the complexities of the human condition. Along with her daily portraits, the gallery will be exhibiting a collection of her extended portraits ... More
SUPERFLEX, Hospital Equipment, 2014. Photo PalMedSUPERFLEX, courtesy the artists.S-CHANF.- Von Bartha, S-chanf, announces Hospital Equipment, a new exhibition from the Danish collective SUPERFLEX, running February 17 #150; March 18 2017. Working closely with the Salamieh Hospital in Hawarti, Syria, SUPERFLEX have sourced necessary surgical tools - a mobile lamp, a surgeon #145;s table and a surgical bearing - which are exhibited within the gallery space. Following the exhibition, the tools - conceived as a single artwork - will be shipped directly to the hospital where they become a functional part of the centre, used by staff and patients. The artists describe the work as #147;a ready-made, upside down #148;. Known for their subversive analysis of our economic and social structures, SUPERFLEX powerfully re-examine the boundaries of art practice. Whilst installed within von Bartha #146;s gallery space, Hospital Equipment exists as an artistic installation. Once shifted to its new context (that of the Syrian hospital), ... More

PDNB Gallery opens exhibition of photographs of the South and a solo show by Jeanine Michna-Bales
The Rijksmuseum opens 'Good Hope: South Africa and The Netherlands from 1600'
New exhibition explores chocolate as a commodity in 18th-19th century New York
Birney Imes, Arcola Cafe, Arcola, Mississippi, 1985, Courtesy PDNB Gallery, Dallas, TX.DALLAS, TX.- From a cotton plantation just south of Natchitoches, Louisiana, all the way north to Canada, Jeanine Michna-Bales has created a photographic journey of a slave's long road to freedom, circa 1840. Under the cover of darkness, an estimated 100,000 slaves traveled north to freedom in the decades prior to the Civil War. They had little knowledge of the trails that lead to their liberty. To find north was to look for moss growing on the north side of trees or by observing the North Star located by the Big Dipper. Michna-Bales takes you on a dark lit passage through demanding terrains and ominous river crossings in Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Tennessee, Kentucky, Indiana, Michigan, and finally Ontario, Canada. The threatening rivers crossed included the Mississippi, Tennessee and the Ohio River (The River Jordan). Michna-Bales decade long project uncovered roughly 1,400 miles, revealing actual sites, cities and places that freedom-seekers passed through. Homes of Abolitionists ... More
A woman looks at items displayed at the exhibit "Good Hope: South-Africa and The Netherlands from 1600" at the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. Remko de Waal / ANP / AFP.AMSTERDAM.- The Rijksmuseum is presenting the first major exhibition about the relationship between South Africa and the Netherlands. 400 years of emotive history in 300 items, most of which come from South Africa. Robert Jacob Gordon #146;s landscape panoramas, several metres long, occupy a prominent place in the exhibition. This Dutch traveller illustrated 18th-century South Africa, giving the country an identity. The imposing portraits of children born after 1994 #150; when apartheid was abolished #150; by the South African photographer Pieter Hugo illustrate South Africa #146;s future. Along with the exhibition, the NTR (Dutch public-service broadcaster) will be broadcasting a seven-part TV series presented by Hans Goedkoop. Martine Gosselink, Head of the History Department at the Rijksmuseum and the exhibition #146;s producer: The arrival of the Dutch changed South Africa once and for all. The population #146;s composition and ... More
Cadbury's Cocoa "Is Absolutely Pure" Illustrated London News, Oct. 5, 1889. 13 3 #142;4 x 17 3 #142;4 in. Private Collection.NEW YORK, NY.- The Morris-Jumel Mansion, Manhattan's oldest house, is presenting a special exhibition exploring cacao and chocolate as a commodity and emerging breakfast tradition in colonial and post-colonial America. Stephen Jumel's role as an importer and purveyor is being revealed in archival material from MJM's collection. The exhibition focuses on how cocoa-typically sold in "cakes" and served as a hot drink flavored with vanilla, honey, and spices-became a popular beverage during Eliza Jumel's lifetime (1775-1865). Known for its effect as a stimulant and easily transported, both British and American soldiers were supplied with cocoa cakes to mix with hot water for breakfast. Benjamin Franklin, who sold chocolate in his Philadelphia print shop, ensured that the Continental Army marching against General Braddock's forces in 1755 were equipped with chocolate to boost their energy. In 1785, Thomas Jefferson predicted that cocoa would become ... More

Migros Museum f眉r Gegenwartskunst presents the first extensive exhibition of Liz Magor's oeuvre in Switzerland
Mickey Mantle historic home run jersey among coveted gems at Heritage Auctions sale
Vancouver Art Gallery presents the most extensive solo exhibition of artist Susan Point
Liz Magor, Carton II, 2006. Polymerized gypsum, cigarettes, chewing gum, matches, lighters, 29.2 x 53.3 x 48.2 cm. Collection du Mus茅e d #146;art contemporain de Montr茅al. Photo : Richard-Max Tremblay.ZURICH.- In her native Canada and beyond, the artist Liz Magor (b. 1948) is regarded as one of the most influential contemporary sculptors; the oeuvre she has built since the 1970s has guided an entire generation of younger artists. Her art investigates the culture of production and value and the associated ambivalent relationship humans have with consumer goods. The retrospective focuses on sculptures and installations the artist created in her studio in Vancouver over the past three decades. Composed of found everyday objects, her allegorical tableaus question idealized notions of nature embedded in modern culture and penetrate the psychology of desire and addiction. From an art-historical perspective, Liz Magor #146;s decades-long engagement with the world of ... More
1968 Mickey Mantle Game Worn New York Yankees Jersey Attributed to 535th Home Run, MEARS A10.DALLAS, TX.- It has been said that baseball has more of a sense of history than any other sport. One of the gold-standard players is iconic New York Yankee slugger and outfielder Mickey Mantle, a Hall of Famer who played with a passion and aggressiveness that endeared him to millions of fans across the country and whose record-setting career made any piece of his memorabilia a must-have item for fans and collectors alike. Shrewd collectors will have the opportunity to acquire several such items later this month at Heritage Auctions' Platinum Night Sports Auction, including: the 1968 jersey New York Yankees legend Mickey Mantle wore (est. $700,000+) when he hit the 535th #150; and next-to-last #150; home run of his career. "Beginnings and endings have always carried special intrigue in the collecting community, and this is a particularly nostalgic relic for the millions of Baby Boomers who consider Mickey Mantle a childhood hero," Heritage ... More
Point-10 Susan Point Swanisit Brings Salmon, 1981 screenprint on paper Courtesy of the Artist Photo: Kenji Nagai, Courtesy of Spirit Wrestler GalleryVANCOUVER.- The Vancouver Art Gallery is presenting Susan Point: Spindle Whorl, the most extensive exhibition to date featuring the work by this pre-eminent Musqueam artist. On view from February 18 to May 28, 2017 at the Gallery, this exhibition covers the artist #146;s prolific career of three and a half decades, including over a hundred print and sculptural artworks that take the spindle whorl as their starting point. Since the early 1980s, Susan Point has received wide acclaim for her remarkably accomplished oeuvre that forcefully asserts the vitality of Coast Salish culture, both past and present. She has produced an extensive body of prints and an expansive corpus of sculptural work in a wide variety of materials that includes glass, resin, concrete, steel, wood and paper. The range of techniques she has employed is as diverse as her selection of ... More
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Arkansas Arts Center acquires sculptures from The Tag Project
LITTLE ROCK, ARK.- The Arkansas Arts Center announces the acquisition of Rohwer and Jerome from The Tag Project by Wendy Maruyama. The two large installations, a gift of the artist to the Arkansas Arts Center Foundation Collection, are now on view at the Arkansas Arts Center. Rohwer and Jerome are two of 10 pieces originally created as part of The Tag Project, each piece representing one of the 10 Japanese American Relocations Centers where people of Japanese ancestry were held during World War II. Rohwer and Jerome were two such camps, both located in southeast Arkansas. These sculptures represent the 16,000 people held at Rohwer and Jerome between October 1942 and November 1945, 64 percent of whom were American citizens. #147;The Tag Project was started in New York, while I was an artist-in-residence at SUNY-Purchase. I was inspired ... More
Imagining a 50-year-old Kurt Cobain
PARIS (AFP).- Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain, who defined grunge and the rise of alternative rock, would have turned 50 on Monday. He remains an enduring cultural presence even for many young people -- but what would he be doing if he were alive? The 27-year-old shot himself at his home in Seattle on April 5, 1994, ending his life, his suffering and, at least symbolically, the grunge movement. Rock has kept evolving since his suicide yet "Nevermind," Nirvana's brutal 1991 masterpiece, is still widely considered one of the most influential albums in history. "He remains the most important musician of the last two decades in music, with an album that is still one of the last great rock records," said Charles R. Cross, who has written three books on the artist including "Here We Are Now: The Lasting Impact of Kurt Cobain." To Cross, Cobain's key contribution is ... More
Haute Photographie in Rotterdam has successful first edition
ROTTERDAM.- The first official edition of Haute Photographie took place last week at Rotterdam #146;s LP2 in Las Palmas. With a concept unlike any other, Haute Photographie took a museum-quality group exhibition as its starting point, bringing together a select group of international galleries. Participating in the launch edition of Haute Photographie were Esther Woerdehoff (Paris), Grundemark/Nilsson (Stockholm/Berlin), Howard Greenberg Gallery (New York), Ibasho Gallery (Antwerp) and Kahmann Gallery (Amsterdam). The fair was met with wide acclaim. Wim Pijbes, former Director of the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam and Museum Voorlinden in Wassenaar, named Haute Photographie as #147;the first real boutique art fair in the Netherlands #148;. Hans and Deborah Riezebeek, private collectors, described the event as #147;an eclectic selection of beautiful photography, with ... More
Art + Fashion collide at PEM this winter
SALEM, MASS.- The Peabody Essex Museum announces it is the exclusive east coast venue for WOW庐 World of WearableArt - the exhibition - presenting extreme wearable artworks from New Zealand's renowned annual design competition. Using a range of unexpected materials, from wood and aluminum to fiberglass and taxidermy, visionary makers from around the world create exuberant ensembles that celebrate lavish creativity and push the limits of wearability. WOW庐 World of WearableArtTM is presented as part of PEM's fashion initiative and has been dramatically installed at the museum from February 18 through June 11, 2017. For nearly 30 years, WOW庐 has inspired hundreds of entrants from an international array of creative backgrounds -- from sculptors and costume designers to textile artists and architects -- to push their talents in new and unexpected ... More
Dutch photographer Ferry van der Nat opens exhibition at the Ravestijn Gallery
AMSTERDAM.- Dutch photographer Ferry van der Nat, formerly known as Mr. Polaroid, has done it all. He #146;s been a chef, makeup artist to a touring drag queen show, made wigs for Victor Rolf, and is a celebrated fashion editor, stylist and photographer. The word polymath doesn #146;t begin to describe the energy he has for life. Like Andy Warhol before him, it #146;s his intimate and provocative Polaroids of male muses, turned into a book Mr. published by MENDO, that define him as a true artist. For the first time, some of the most iconic of these Polaroids, in original form, are being exhibited at The Ravestijn Gallery in Amsterdam from 17 February to 1 April 2017. Before there was Instagram there was Polaroid. Artists that defined their eras, from Warhol and Hockney to Maplethorpe, used the medium to express their creativity and to provoke. For Warhol, it was the perfect vehicle for his ... More
Prints Multiples auction approaches ninety percent sell-through as Heritage expands program
DALLAS, TX.- Last December Dallas #151; based Heritage Auctions introduced a Prints and Multiples auction that realized a 96 percent sell-through by value and 92 percent sell- through by lot. This week collectors of Print Multiples enjoyed a holiday online auction the Heritage Auctions' Valentine's Day Prints Multiples Auction which boasted a nearly equally impressive 89 percent sell through by value and sell through by lot, respectively. The auction presented well-known artists at accessible price points to attract new bidders and consignors to the rapidly growing online platform. Collectors enjoyed works from contemporary artists like Maurizio Cattelan, KAWS, Takashi Murakami, Yayoi Kusama and Peter Fischli David Weiss, and blue chip multiples from Donald Sultan, James Rosenquist, Arman, Salvatore Dali and Robert Indiana. An enamel-on-aluminum painting by Indiana ... More
Shannon's Fine Art Auctioneers gears up for its April 27th biannual sale
MILFORD, CONN.- Shannon #146;s biannual Fine Art Auction, slated for the evening of Thursday, April 27th, will feature 250 lots of quality American and European paintings, sculptures, drawings and prints. For those unable to attend in person, internet bidding will be available through Notable highlights will include scenes of New York City led by a large, early work by Guy C. Wiggins titled Washington Square expected to fetch $50,000-75,000; other views of New York City by various artists, including Johann Berthelsen; and a 19th century view of New York Harbor by Granville-Perkins that #146;s estimated to bring $6,000-8,000. Regionalist art will feature large-format paintings by Dale Nichols and Daniel Celentano. The Dale Nichols, titled Mid-Nation Winter (1967), dates from a desirable period in the artist #146;s career and is an impressive 30 inch by 40 inch canvas. ... More
ltd los angeles presents recent works by Paul WWaddell, Margaret Haines and Hazel Hill McCarthy III
LOS ANGELES, CA.- ltd los angeles presents recent works by Paul WWaddell, Margaret Haines and Hazel Hill McCarthy III, organized with Los Angeles based curator Sant Vernetti. These latest paintings by Waddell bring together two of the artist's most recent series: LOOSE HEADS (paintings that look for you) and TRANSMORPHING. The paintings are also exhibited on the occasion of the artist's first major publication released by not a cult media. The richly illustrated book includes essays by independent curator Santiago Vernetti and celebrated author Jonathan Griffin, as well as an exclusive interview between Waddell and Chelsea Coon. Margaret Haines latest films are multifaceted meandering narratives riddled with philosophical investigation. Her shooting and editing style merges points of view, mixes staged scenes with improvised encounters. Haines's frame oscillates ... More
Portikus opens first solo exhibition by Marina Rosenfeld in Germany
FRANKFURT.- Portikus opened Deathstar, the first solo exhibition by Marina Rosenfeld in Germany. Since the 1990s, the New York-based artist and composer has produced a dense oeuvre of sound works, installations and performative works, often involving the resonance and architecture of monumental spaces. Working at the limits of music composition and performance, but also corralling drawing and notation, Rosenfeld's pieces have foregrounded the complex of material and other conditions that define the situation where music is enacted. Since her early project, the Sheer Frost Orchestra, her all-female electric guitar ensemble, her works for live performers, including teenagers, classical, military and experimental musicians, address structures of transmission and cooperation. The exhibition title of Marina Rosenfeld's new work for Portikus, Deathstar, refers to an ... More
Exhibition challenges Latino artists to present their notions of 'home' in America
DENVER, CO.- The Denver Art Museum presents Mi Tierra: Contemporary Artists Explore Place, an exhibition of site-specific installations by emerging and mid-career Latino artists that express experiences of contemporary life in the American West. Exhibition installations feature artists such as Carmen Argote, Jaime Carrejo, Ana Teresa Fern谩ndez, Ramiro Gomez and Ruben Ochoa. Mi Tierra takes over the fourth floor of the museum #146;s Frederic C. Hamilton Building from Feb. 19, 2017 through Oct. 22, 2017. In keeping with the DAM #146;s commitment to fostering creativity and providing insight into the artistic process, the on-site development of the installations has been visible to the public beginning in December 2016, with scheduled opportunities for visitors to engage with artists. Organized by the DAM, the finished exhibition, Mi Tierra, marks the DAM #146;s first major ... More
Ogunquit Museum mourns the passing of painter Dahlov Ipcar
OGUNQUIT, ME.- Ogunquit Museum of American Art mourns the recent passing of renowned painter and illustrator Dahlov Ipcar. The museum had been looking forward to welcoming the artist at the opening of its 64th exhibition season with an installation of her work. Dahlov Ipcar was 99. #147;Dahlov brought such brilliant color to the lives of so many. She is beloved in Maine and her passing is deeply felt, #148; said Michael Mansfield, Executive Director and Chief Curator of OMAA. #147;We are honored now to be mounting an important exhibition of her early work in the coming season. What better way to celebrate the life and career of this extraordinary woman than by revisiting her premiere exhibition, which will bring much deserved attention to her achievements in painting and sculpture. We #146;ll also continue to share her illustrated books with young audiences through public readings ... More
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February 19, 1876. Constantin Brancusi (February 19, 1876 - March 16, 1957) was a Romanian-born sculptor who made his career in France. As a child he displayed an aptitude for carving wooden farm tools. In this image: Three sculptures by Constantin Brancusi, "The Sorceress", left; "The Muse", center; and "King of Kings" are on display during a preview of the "From Picasso to Pollock: Classics of Modern Art" exhibit at New York's Guggenheim Museum Tuesday, July 1, 2003.
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