EDITORS' PICKS

Exhibitions opening this week   VIENNA   Albertina Museum - Seurat, Signac, Van Gogh: Ways of PointillismSeptember 16, 2016 to January 8, 2017   Vincent van Gogh, The Sower, 1888. Oil on Canvas. Collection Kröller-Müller Museum, Otterlo, The Netherlands   Wien Museum Karlsplatz -  Sex…
SEPTEMBER   Museum: 21er HausExhibition: Rudolf Goessl: Painting in TransitionDates: September 7, 2016 to October 30, 2016   The early work of the Austrian painter Rudolf Goessl (b. 1929) who adopted and interpreted American Pop art and Colour Field paintings in the mid-1960s.   Rudolf…
It was many-many years ago, me being a boy of 7 or 8, while visiting a Greek Orthodox Monastery in Samos Island, when I saw an icon with a rather unusual iconography; groups of naked people in peculiar formation surrounded by, unrecognizable to me, beasts…
Exhibitions opening this week   PARIS Maison européenne de la photographie - Herb Ritts. En Pleine lumière September 7, 2016 to October 30, 2016   Stephanie, Cindy, Christy, Tatjana, Naomi, Hollywood 1989 © Herb Ritts Foundation. Perrotin Gallery - Takashi Murakami: Learning the Magic of…
It has been a very difficult year for the French capital due to last autumn's attacks but the new exhibitions' programme for the fall-2016 has an air of optimism and a sense of a new beginning as all major museums in the city have scheduled…
Autumn is always a season of new beginnings and most major museums in London have already announced an exciting art exhibitions' programm to get us to the new year. The exhibition menu has everything from Caravaggio to the digital world of Bjork and from American…
Why did Vincent van Gogh cut off his ear? What was the precise nature of his condition? And why did he commit suicide? On the Verge of Insanity is the Van Gogh Museum’s first exhibition focusing on Van Gogh’s illness. Some 25 paintings and drawings…
Anyone following cityartnow must have noticed by now that our team has a special affection for the work of Olafur Eliasson; ranging from artistic admiration (Helena) to almost religious reverence (George). We have experienced exciting artistic adventures following his exhibitions and installations from Copenhagen (Louisiana…
August is here and, if you are already in Rome, you have visited the must-see sights such as Colosseum, the Vatican Museums and the Spanish Steps, or even the lesser known treasures of the Eternal City. So now it is time to organise the next…
Visiting Berlin is always a challenge for the list-making art-lover as there are always so many things you really want to see. The German capital boasts a great number of world-class museum, dozens of contemporary art galleries and an open-museum attitude that allows you to…
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