Gerhard Richter at the Tate Modern

Spanning nearly five decades, and coinciding with the artist’s 80th birthday, Gerhard Richter: Panorama is a major retrospective exhibition that groups together significant moments of his remarkable career. Since the 1960s, Gerhard Richter has immersed himself in a rich and varied exploration of painting. Gerhard Richter: Panorama highlights the full extent of the artist’s work, which has encompassed a diverse range […]

Vincent Van Gogh at the MoMA – on Art Google

Vincent van Gogh [pronounced:  [vɑn ˈɣɔχ] ( listen)] was a Dutch painter born in humble circumstances in the Netherlands. Few portraits of the artist are known, and because of their extreme rarity, the photograph at left by Victor Morin, c. 1886, Brussels, and discovered early 1990s, remains questioned by experts as to whether it’s van Gogh’s portrait. The legends of van Gogh’s life and […]

Of Beauty and Death: The State Art Gallery of Karlsruhe, Germany

Visitors look at a dead game still life with wolf, dogs and hunter from 1702 by Dutch painter Jan Weenix at the state art gallery of Karlsruhe, Germany. It forms part of the exhibition ‘Von Schoenheit und Tod. Tierstillleben von der Renaissance bis zur Moderne’ (Of Beauty and Death. Still Life from the Renaissance to […]

Jim Campbell’s Exploded View

Jim Campbell’s new installation at the SFMOMA, Exploded Views (Improv) (installation detail), 2011; is described as 2880 LED lights, custom electronics; commissioned by the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, courtesy the artist and Hosfelt Gallery, San Francisco – New York; © Jim Campbell; photo: Sarah Christianson. The new installation by San Francisco-based artist Jim Campbell explodes […]