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News: NGA, D.C. Opens Gauguin Exhibition

Paul Gauguin Self-Portrait, 1889, Chester Dale Collection

The National Gallery of Art in Washington opened a new show Sunday that brings the first major exhibition of works by Paul Gauguin to the U.S. is over 20 years. The show, organized by the Tate Modern in London, includes 120 pieces, from paintings to sculptures.   Entitled Gauguin: Maker of Myth, the exhibition shows the painter “s a storyteller ... Read More »

News: Armory Show 2011, NYC

  The dates for the 2011 Armory Show in New York City have been announced for March 3-6th, taking place at Piers 92 and 94. The show is split into two groups, with Contemporary art at Pier 94 and the Modern art show on Pier 92, both in on Manhattan’s West side, on 12th Ave near 55th St.   Exhibitors ... Read More »

Announcing Art+NYC!

ART+NYC

Mark Rothko, Jackson Pollack, Yoko Ono, Roy Lichtenstein, Andy Warhol, Donald Judd, Cindy Sherman and Jeff Koons are nine artists who have helped define the New York art scene. In our new art guide to New York City, we explore the lives of each of these artists and their works as well as explore the different movements that each artists ... Read More »

Museyon’s Guide to the Weekend

Sapporo Snow Festival

  Celebrate: This is the last weekend for the Sapporo Snow Festival in Japan. This festival began in 1950 when students left six snow sculptures in Odori Park but now, teams from not only Japan but all over the world compete in an International Snow Statue Contest. There is also a Snowman Competition, where everyone can try their hand at ... Read More »

News: Rutgers Returns Art Stolen by Nazis

portrait of a young man

For Simon Goodman, reclaiming his family’s art collection is an obsession. Stolen from Goodman’s grandparents during World War II by the Nazi regime, whose higher ups, like Hitler himself, were manic “collectors” of art, the Guttmann (the family name was changed later) estate held works dating from the early Renaissance all the way to the Impressionist era. The collection included ... Read More »

Museyon’s Guide to the Weekend

breadandbutter

  Celebrate: Headed to Berlin this weekend or, heck, have a layover at the airport there? Then hit-up the annual Bread and Butter event at Berlin’s Tempelhof Airport. This biannual shopping spree is full of the forthcoming season’s staple trends. Hundreds of designers, from well-known labels to emerging talent, showcase their creations there.   Watch: No Strings Attached – Emma ... Read More »

Museyon’s Guide to the Weekend

MLKJr

  Celebrate: It’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Monday so that (hopefully) means that you have a three day weekend! Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. once said, “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is: ‘What are you doing for others?’”   Each year, Americans across the country answer that question by coming together on the King Holiday to serve ... Read More »

News: Francis Ford Coppola Chooses Unlikely Collaborator

Dan Deacon

  According to a recent press release, avant-garde, hipster, musician Deacon, a champion and leader of the Baltimore music scene known for his in the round, sweaty, concert performances, will be scoring Francis Ford Coppola’s next film, Twixt Now and Sunrise, which is due out later this year. The “gothic romance” stars Val Kilmer, Bruce Dern, Ben Chaplin and Elle ... Read More »

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