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"20/20: The Studio Museum in Harlem and Carnegie Museum of Art" at the Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, PA opens this Saturday, July 22. - Featuring Ellen Gallagher, this exhibition allows for focused interpretation of artworks around specific themes of democracy, labor and economy, the American landscape, spiritual and artistic introspection, and forms of political resistance. "20/20" presents a critical opportunity to prompt conversations in the museum, the city of Pittsburgh, and…

"20/20: The Studio Museum in Harlem and Carnegie Museum of Art" at the Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, PA opens this Saturday, July 22. - Featuring Ellen Gallagher, this exhibition allows for focused interpretation of artworks around specific themes of democracy, labor and economy, the American landscape, spiritual and artistic introspection, and forms of political resistance. "20/20" presents a critical opportunity to prompt conversations in the museum, the city of Pittsburgh, and…

Rachel Whiteread’s celebrated artwork "Place (Village)" (2006–08) is on permanent display at the V&A Museum of Childhood, London. "Place (Village)" is a sculptural work featuring a ‘community’ of around 150 dolls’s houses which were collected by Whiteread over 20 years. The artwork joins the 100+ dolls’s houses in the Museum collection.  The museum is open daily (click on the link in our bio for visitor information)—take the kids!  #RachelWhiteread #dollshouse #RachelWhitreadHouse…

Rachel Whiteread’s celebrated artwork "Place (Village)" (2006–08) is on permanent display at the V&A Museum of Childhood, London. "Place (Village)" is a sculptural work featuring a ‘community’ of around 150 dolls’s houses which were collected by Whiteread over 20 years. The artwork joins the 100+ dolls’s houses in the Museum collection. The museum is open daily (click on the link in our bio for visitor information)—take the kids! #RachelWhiteread #dollshouse #RachelWhitreadHouse…

Some of the biggest names in contemporary and fine art can be found in Beverly Hills. Galleries in the city include Gagosian Gallery, Galerie Michael, Denis Bloch Fine Art Gallery, Ace Gallery, and Timothy Yarger Fine Art. Renoir, Warhol, Picasso and Dali can all be found on gallery walls around the city.

Some of the biggest names in contemporary and fine art can be found in Beverly Hills. Galleries in the city include Gagosian Gallery, Galerie Michael, Denis Bloch Fine Art Gallery, Ace Gallery, and Timothy Yarger Fine Art. Renoir, Warhol, Picasso and Dali can all be found on gallery walls around the city.

“I’ve always been interested in Expressionism as a way out of Modernism and Cubism and Progressivism and all the crappy ideas of the twentieth century, and I see it as a way to kind of upset the whole card table. So I was playing around with these overwrought parodies of Expressionism, like Otto Mueller or Emil Nolde. It’s funny because Expressionism is supposed to be so anti-rational and the opposite of Neue Sachlichkeit, of Christian Schad and Otto Dix, but I always saw them as really…

“I’ve always been interested in Expressionism as a way out of Modernism and Cubism and Progressivism and all the crappy ideas of the twentieth century, and I see it as a way to kind of upset the whole card table. So I was playing around with these overwrought parodies of Expressionism, like Otto Mueller or Emil Nolde. It’s funny because Expressionism is supposed to be so anti-rational and the opposite of Neue Sachlichkeit, of Christian Schad and Otto Dix, but I always saw them as really…

"Substance and Shadow: Alberto Giacometti Sculptures and Their Photographs by Peter Lindbergh" opens this Thursday, May 18, 6–8PM GMT at Gagosian Britannia Street, London. "Photography gives you the opportunity to use your sensibility and everything you are to say something about and be part of the world around you... you might discover something much larger than yourself." —Peter Lindbergh.  Read more about this exhibition by clicking on the link in our bio. #AlbertoGiacometti…

"Substance and Shadow: Alberto Giacometti Sculptures and Their Photographs by Peter Lindbergh" opens this Thursday, May 18, 6–8PM GMT at Gagosian Britannia Street, London. "Photography gives you the opportunity to use your sensibility and everything you are to say something about and be part of the world around you... you might discover something much larger than yourself." —Peter Lindbergh. Read more about this exhibition by clicking on the link in our bio. #AlbertoGiacometti…

“This is around ‘88 or ‘89, and was one of my first figural things. It was right at the beginning of my transition from macho abstraction to… I didn’t know where I was going. On one level, it is a kind of parody or satire—though it’s not satire because it’s not really knowing well enough what I think I am satirizing. But it is meant as a slapstick parody of figurative painting—specifically of the kind of images high school girls would make. So this is basically a hornless unicorn, I…

“This is around ‘88 or ‘89, and was one of my first figural things. It was right at the beginning of my transition from macho abstraction to… I didn’t know where I was going. On one level, it is a kind of parody or satire—though it’s not satire because it’s not really knowing well enough what I think I am satirizing. But it is meant as a slapstick parody of figurative painting—specifically of the kind of images high school girls would make. So this is basically a hornless unicorn, I…

Robert Therrien. May 9 - August 30, 2015. The Contemporary Austin - Jones Center,  Austin, Texas http://www.thecontemporaryaustin.org/  For The Contemporary Austin, the artist’s first solo museum exhibition in Austin, Therrien presents new and existing work based around the concept of “rooms,” proposing alternative interpretations of perspective and context.  Image Credit: Robert Therrien, Folding tables and chairs, dates variable. Courtesy Gagosian Gallery. Photograph by Robert McKeever.

Robert Therrien. May 9 - August 30, 2015. The Contemporary Austin - Jones Center, Austin, Texas http://www.thecontemporaryaustin.org/ For The Contemporary Austin, the artist’s first solo museum exhibition in Austin, Therrien presents new and existing work based around the concept of “rooms,” proposing alternative interpretations of perspective and context. Image Credit: Robert Therrien, Folding tables and chairs, dates variable. Courtesy Gagosian Gallery. Photograph by Robert McKeever.

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