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30 JULY 2016

Tony Tetro- An Interview with Genius Art Forger

Tony Tetro An Interview with  Genius Art Forger by Scott Verchin Tony Tetro was the world’s greatest art forger in the 1970’s and 1980’s. In a career spanning over 30 years, Tetro forged works by old and contemporary masters in every genre. From Chagall to Rembrandt to Dali to Rothko, his extraordinary talent was to […]

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12 JULY 2016

Wayne Thiebaud – Cityscapes

Wayne Thiebaud Cityscapes Bright, thick, and severe, Wayne Thiebaud‘s landscapes veer far from his well-known paintings of common objects and sweets. These works feature steep inclines and long shadows, providing a dramatic new perspective to seemingly banal landscapes and cityscapes. Wayne Thiebaud (American, b.1920), a painter best known for his still lifes and food displays, […]

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6 MARCH 2016

JEAN DUBUFFET Metamorphoses of Landscape

JEAN DUBUFFET Metamorphoses of Landscape The Fondation Beyeler will open the year 2016 with the first retrospective in Switzerland in the 21st century devoted to the multifaceted, imaginative and brightly colored oeuvre of Jean Dubuffet. The exhibition “Jean Dubuffet – Metamorphoses of Landscape”, which will run from 31 January to 8 May 2016, will feature […]

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8 JANUARY 2016

VASILY KANDINSKY

VASILY KANDINSKY A True Pioneer Of Abstract Art Kandinsky exhibition. A retrospective is a major monographic exhibition that have been made in Spain of the work of Russian painter. Completed almost 150 years since the birth of Wassily Kandinsky (1866-1944), pioneer of abstract art and one of the leading avant-garde painters of all time, the […]

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7 JANUARY 2016

Sigmar Polke

Sigmar Polke Sigmar Polke was born in 1941 in Silesia, then part of East Germany and now present-day Poland. At the age of twelve his family left the Socialist East and moved to Düsseldorf, in the Rhineland, where he grew up in the increasingly affluent society of former West Germany. He studied art at the […]

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7 JANUARY 2016

ALBERTO BURRI

ALBERTO BURRI The Trauma Of Painting October 9, 2015–January 6, 2016 Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum This major retrospective exhibition—the first in the United States in more than 35 years and the most comprehensive ever mounted—showcases the pioneering work of Italian artist Alberto Burri (1915–1995). This major retrospective exhibition—the first in the United States in more […]

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7 JANUARY 2016

URY LESSER

URY LESSER THE FORGOTTEN ARTIST In 1871, Ury Lesser, a “forgotten” artist from Berlin’s exciting Secession period, moved from the small village Birnbaum, then in the Poznan Province, to Berlin. From the first moment on Ury felt a very special sympathy for this city, which was going to influence his art to such a degree […]

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7 JANUARY 2016

MOI VER: A FORGOTTEN GENIUS

MOI VER: A FORGOTTEN GENIUS Part of cluster exhibitions “Changing Prespective” ABOUT MOÏ VER Moï Ver (Moshé Raviv-Vorobeichic) was born in 1904 in Vilnius, Lithuania, where he also studied painting. In 1927, visited the Bauhaus in Dessau to take courses with Paul Klee, Wassily Kandinsky, and Joseph Albers, before he left for Paris to study […]

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7 JANUARY 2016

The Art Of Itshak Jack Holtz

The Art Of Itshak Jack Holtz Itshak Holtz, born in Israel in 1927, is an artist totally immersed in the Jewish genre. He was born in Poland, grew up in Israel, mainly in the Jerusalem neighborhood of Geula, and for the last thirty-five years he has maintained homes in both New York and Jerusalem. Just […]

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7 JANUARY 2016

NICOLAS DE STAËL

NICOLAS DE STAËL (French nationality, of russian origin) was a painter known for his use of a thick impasto and his highly abstract landscape painting. he also worked with collage, illustration and textiles. Painter of the School of Paris; one of the most influential European artists of the post-war period. Of the Russian nobility, born […]

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