5 October 2020
25 June 2020
The Masterpiece Art Fair, a regular feature of the summer season in London, is now up online and will be available there until 28 June.
26 May 2020
As the National Portrait Gallery closes its doors, not just in response to the Coronavirus epidemic, but in preparation for a three-year rehab, the annual BP Portrait Award survives online, as a virtual show. The 2020 exhibition is now up for view on the web.
In light of global health concerns regarding COVID-19 (coronavirus) and following advice and restrictions from local, national, international and health authorities, Frieze NY 2020 has moved from Randall’s Island Park to a laptop near you.
The much-anticipated Artemisia Gentileschi exhibition at the National Gallery in London has now been indefinitely postponed, to the disappointment of many.
The Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art (TMoCA) has gone digital. Considered one of the finest collections of Western modern art outside Europe and North America, the collection was kept hidden away for nearly four decades after the 1979 Islamic revolution. It was subsequently considered irrelevant by successive governments. Many of the works of art are now available to the public via […]
The world’s leading museums are the focus of a new online platform developed by Sotheby’s which will promote video content created by many major institutions. The digital hub will be called Sotheby’s Museum Network and it will be featured prominently on Sothebys.com as well as Sotheby’s Apple TV channel. The museums in this network will include internationally-renowned public institutions, such as the […]
The Tate Gallery has announced that intimate love letters from Paul Nash to his wife, touching family photographs of Jacob Epstein, unpublished images revealing Eduardo Paolozzi’s playful nature, 45 volumes of Barbara Hepworth’s sculpture records and correspondence from William Nicholson to his son Ben are among the first batch of items to be made available […]
As a tribute to the celebrated American composer John Cage (1912-1992), on what would have been his 102nd birthday
The multimedia artist Stanza has been commissioned and unveiled new artwork made for the Open Data Institute (ODI) , an independent organisation led by Gavin Starks , and founded by Professors Sir Tim Berners-Lee and Nigel Shadbolt . The work is part of “Data as Culture”…..and embraces more open (addressable, structured, accountable, continuous) data. “As […]