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  • The Importance of Anni Albers’ Textiles. At Tate Modern
    The Importance of Anni Albers’ Textiles....

    Friday, June 22 2018

    In October of 2018, in anticipation of the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Bauhaus, the Tate Modern in London will present the first ever retrospective of the work of Anni Albers to be held in the United Kingdom. Albers is known today...

  • Sam Gilliam’s Music of Color in Basel
    Sam Gilliam’s Music of Color in Basel

    Wednesday, June 20 2018

    In conjunction with the start of Art Basel 2018, the Kunstmuseum Basel recently opened what is being called the first European solo exhibition ever of the work of American abstract artist Sam Gilliam. Titled The Music of Color: Sam Gilliam, 1967...

  • The Relationship Between Image and Object. Landon Metz at von Bartha
    The Relationship Between Image and Object....

    Monday, June 18 2018

    Over the past half decade or so, Brooklyn-based artist Landon Metz has been gravitating towards an aesthetic position that speaks to the notion of repetition. Using a method borrowed from Helen Frankenthaler, inventor of the Soak Stain technique...

  • The Importance of The Field, Australia’s Landmark Exhibition, 50 Years On
    The Importance of The Field, Australia’s...

    Friday, June 15 2018

    Half a century ago, what would end up being the most influential Australian museum exhibition of the 20 th Century opened at the brand new location of the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV). At the time, however, almost no one involved expected...