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Zurich’s art scene is still thriving. The city has a multitude of galleries and major museums (the Kunsthaus, the Kunsthalle, the Migros Museum of Contemporary Art). It is the birthplace of Hauser &.
The other day, though, you gave an interview about LACMA to your local newspaper in Zurich. subject art museums — like the two you’ve designed in Europe. One concerns artifacts from a local.
Art from Asia is the focus of the Rietberg Museum, but I was most impressed by the deep collection of modern art from the 19th century at the Kuntshaus, where you’ll find the largest number of Edvard.
Its aim is to sate Picabia appetites until the Picabia retrospective opens in 2016 at the Kunsthaus Zurich and New York’s Museum of Modern Art.
Karma International, the Swiss gallery with an outpost in Los Angeles, will move its Zurich location. of Surrealism and currently resides in the collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
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The Museum Haus Konstruktiv and Zurich Insurance. basis of constructivist-concrete art.” Her most recent exhibition, entitled “FOXP2” was on view at Palais de Tokyo in Paris, before heading to.
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Ferdinand had died nearly penniless in Zurich. art or accepting donations without researching the objects’ ownership history in the Nazi era. In Manhattan not far from the Neue Galerie, where the.
“It exposes institutions to a huge backlash anytime the populist who hates Modern art comes along and says, ‘Everyone is profiteering,’” he notes. Speaking in London recently, Storr warned of the.
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Lauder Chairman of Modern and Contemporary Art, to reinvigorate the museum’s contemporary art program and reactivate. Ragnar Kjartansson: To Music = an Die Musik. Zurich: JRP/Ringier, 2012.
the new FIFA soccer museum in Zurich, San Francisco’s new Museum of Modern Art, a Noah’s Ark-inspired theme park in Kentucky, a mega-mall in Qatar, the refurbished Darling Harbor in Sydney and the UAE.
This looks like such a great show–it’s been in Paris and now it’s in Zurich, at the Museum Bellerive. the exhibition examines the use of paper in modern fashion: in design, art, advertising, sound.
The Rubin Museum of Art—an institution in. Britschgi’s background is in East Asian art history and, prior to joining the Rubin, he served as the head of exhibitions and publications at the Museum.
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Earlier this year, the museum lured Kerry Brougher. And Hauser & Wirth, the contemporary art powerhouse in London, Zurich and New York, is renovating a 100,000-square-foot complex to hang up a.
In 1941, Glaser sold Munch’s “Music on Karl Johan Street” to the Zurich Museum for Modern Art for 12,000 francs. The family contends the transaction was forced as a cash-strapped Glaser fled Europe.
After its complete renovation and reopening in September, the paintings will become part of the permanent collection of Switzerland’s most important museum, ARTnewsletter. is known to be an active.