EDITORS' PICKS

From February 20 through May 16 2016, six galleries of the Philips Wing at Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, will be dedicated to fashion of the Dutch from 1625 to 1960. Starting with garments worn by members of the Frisian branch of the house of Nassau in the…
Editor's note: This post refers to the "Realists of Madrid" exhibition which was open until May 22, 2016   Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum presents an exhibition on a historic group of realist painters and sculptors who have lived and worked in Madrid: Amalia Avia, Francisco López, Julio…
MADRID Prado Museum - Georges de La Tour. 1593 - 1652From February 23 to June 12, 2016   An exhibition about the relatively obscure French painter, Georges de La Tour, is the next big show at Prado Museum in Madrid. La Tour's life is a…
El Anatsui, recipient of the Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement at the 56th Venice Biennale, is one of the most exciting artists of our time. This exhibition at October Gallery presents a new body of work by the artist that further explores the possibilities of…
Since the 1970s, the remote and often hostile terrain of the Western United States, with its naturally surreal rock formations, luminous salt lakes and vast skies, has provided Boyd & Evans with a strange and other-worldly environment in which to contemplate the nature of seeing…
Galería de Cristal of CentroCentro Cibeles will be the venue to welcome art-lovers and art professionals from all around the world from 24th to 28th February. The 11th edition of Art Madrid Contemporary Art Fair will gather, for five days, around 50 contemporary galleries with…
There’s no one form of jazz, but many different kinds: from New Orleans jazz, Dixieland, swing, bebop, cool jazz, free jazz, or fusion to a mix of techno and jazz. Jazz is diverse and vital, just like the works by Niklaus Troxler, who for over…
From impressionism to expressionism, from cubism, futurism to New Objectivity and constructivism: The exhibition Turn of an Era – From the Berlin Secession to the November Group is dedicated to the fast and radical changes in Berlin art between 1898 and 1919. In 1898, the…
One of the most anticipated exhibitions of the season opened doors this week: the National Gallery presents an event-show on Eugène Delacroix, the French painter of the 19th century, examining his contribution to the rise of modern art as a source of inspiration of the…
Another busy week for art in Europe with several fascinating exhibitions opening in major museums and galleries. If you already are in, or heading to Paris, Rome, London, Madrid, Amsterdam, Berlin, Vienna, Milan, Valencia, Stockholm, Oslo, Bern, Brussels and Luxemburg here's a selection of brand…
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