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Art Gallery of St. Albert presents Ripples of Loss, Until Dec 2

Art Gallery of St. Albert presents Ripples of Loss November 2 – December 2, 2017 Terry McCue is a self-taught Ojibwa painter inspired by an array of influences. McCue was born on Curve Lake Reserve, Ontario, and has spent much his life working and living in First Nations communities, and his connection to them is [&hellip

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Exhibition at The Met Breuer features 43 of Edvard Munch's landmark compositions

Although Norwegian artist Edvard Munch (1863–1944) attained notoriety early in his career for his haunting depictions of human anxiety and alienation that reflected modern experience, he believed that his artistic breakthrough occurred around 1913 at the age of 50.Throughout his career, Munch regularly revisited subjects from his earlier years, exploring them with renewed inspiration and intensity. Self Portrait: Between the Clock and the Bed (1940–43) was one of his final such works and it serves as a lens to reassess Munch’s oeuvre. On view at The Met Breuer, the exhibition Edvard Munch: Between the Clock and the Bed features 43 of the artist’s compositions created over a span of six decades, including 16 self-portraits and works that have never before been seen in the United States. The thematic arrangement of the exhibition reveals the frequency with which Munch revisited and reworked certain subjects. It presents him


Arquetopia International Artist Residencies 2018, Deadline: Dec 3

Arquetopia Foundation – Puebla & Oaxaca, Mexico; Cusco, Peru Self-Directed & Instructional Artist & Writers Residencies: Spring & Summer Sessions 2018 Deadline: Apply Now Through Sunday, December 3, 2017. Spaces are limited. Our selection committee evaluates all residency applications when they are received vs. after the deadline has passed. Website: E-mail Chris at [&hellip

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First retrospective at the Prado to be devoted to Mariano Fortuny opens in Madrid

Continuing the Museo del Prado’s strategy, launched some years ago, of reassessing the great masters of 19th-century Spanish painting, the Museum is now presenting the major exhibition Fortuny (1838-1874), sponsored by Fundación AXA and with the special collaboration of the Museo Fortuny in Venice and the Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya. Devoted to one of the 19th-century Spanish artists who has enjoyed the most sustained reputation and greatest international fame, and a notable figure within Spanish art of all periods, the exhibition is on display in Rooms A and B of the Jerónimos Building from 21 November 2017 to 18 March 2018. While Mariano Fortuny has long been celebrated in the specialist literature and through the numerous exhibitions and different initiatives of varying quality and importance that have been devoted to him in recent decades, his stature as an artist and his profound roots in the most authent


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