Museums and Corporates

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Here you can find news and articles related to famous corporate collectors or museums related to abstraction. Of course, when a museum or a famous corporate collector acquires the work from one of our represented artists, we will let you know here. If you wish to receive these news directly, please feel free to either register to our newsletter at the bottom left of this page, or use our RSS feed to get them as soon as they are published. 

  • A Dynamic New Look at the Sonnabend Collection
    A Dynamic New Look at the Sonnabend Collection

    Wednesday, February 3 2016

    During her life of nearly 93 years, art dealer and collector Ileana Sonnabend had a profound impact on European and American art. A passionate advocate of Minimalism, Pop Art, Arte Povera, Abstract Art, Performance Art and Conceptual Art,...

  • Abstraction and Collage:
    Abstraction and Collage: "The...

    Tuesday, January 19 2016

    Collage is a form of artistic expression that has been around for hundreds of years. The concept is one of assemblage. An artist curates an assortment of pre-existing images and assembles them into a new amalgamation on a surface, perhaps adding...

  • Genius and Innocence: Rediscovering Karel Appel
    Genius and Innocence: Rediscovering Karel Appel

    Tuesday, December 29 2015

    IdeelArt recently had the opportunity to visit the Karel Appel exhibition currently on display at the George Pompidou Center   in Paris.  This was a great chance for us to rediscover the work of this important Dutch abstract artist....

  • Russian Avant-Garde Exhibition at the Beyeler Foundation, Switzerland - By IdeelArt
    Russian Avant-Garde Exhibition at the Beyeler...

    Tuesday, November 3 2015

    The Beyeler Foundation, in Basel, Switzerland is currently holding an exhibition entitled “À la recherche de 0,10” which will run until 10 January 2016. It is curated by Matthew Drutt.