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Exhibition Reviews | IdeelArt
Paul Feeley: Space Stands Still, opening at Waddington Custot gallery in London this April, promises to offer a welcome respite for anyone looking for visual and mental relief.
Artwork(s) In Focus, Art Destinations in Focus | IdeelArt
The Jean Dubuffet sculpture Tour aux récits has been installed in Smithson Plaza, London, offering contemporary Brits a chance to reframe their new relationship to reality.
Artwork(s) In Focus | IdeelArt
An installation of monumental stained glass windows by Gerhard Richter in a 7th century Monastery in Tholey, Germany, may be the final, and most successful, work by the artist.
Artwork(s) In Focus, Exhibition Announcements, Art History | IdeelArt
Mural (1943) by Jackson Pollock - the most storied American painting ever made - will be on view at The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum from 3 October 2020 through 19 September 2021.
Art History | IdeelArt
The documentary Driven to Abstraction uses the infamous Knoedler & Co. scandal to raise fundamental questions about aesthetic values and the frailties of the art market.
Artist(s) in Focus, Exhibition Reviews | IdeelArt
A Hsiao Chin retrospective at the Mark Rothko Art Centre in Latvia explores the bridges Hsiao has built between past and present, China and the globe, and Earth and the universe.
Artist(s) in Focus, Art History | IdeelArt
The American artist Ron Gorchov (1930 - 2020) was both a revolutionary and a reformer, tirelessly creating beautiful variations of his convex, saddle stretched canvases.
Art History | IdeelArt
The Cedar Bar, and its later manifestation The Cedar Tavern, have become the stuff of legend, as the enchanters of art history spin legends of an American Bohemia allegedly lost.
Art News | IdeelArt
Results of a new abstract art study conducted by researchers at Columbia University in New York suggest that the human brain reacts differently to abstract and figurative art.
Artist(s) in Focus, Exhibition Reviews | IdeelArt
Lee Seung Jio: Advancing Columns, on view at The National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea, in Seoul, remembers the legacy of a founder of the Korean Origins Movement.
Artist(s) in Focus, Exhibition Reviews | IdeelArt
The six South Asian female abstract artists whose works are featured in Fault Lines: Contemporary Abstraction by Artists from South Asia, at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Artist(s) in Focus, Exhibition Reviews | IdeelArt
Otto Freundlich (1878-1943), the revelation of abstraction, on view at The Montmartre Museum near where he once lived, proves the beautiful legacy of Otto Freundlich lives on.
Art History | IdeelArt
Pat Passlof defied trends, challenged the established power structures of the art field, and created a masterful body of abstract paintings that exists outside of the trends.
Exhibition Announcements | IdeelArt
Renowned for his large scale murals in such high profile locales as the One World Trade Center lobby, José Parlá will debut a new body of smaller works this fall at The Bronx Museum.
Top Lists, Art History | IdeelArt
These nine African American abstract artists are influential to me for the confidence with which they have dedicated themselves to moving the field of abstract art forward.
Exhibition Announcements, Exhibition Reviews | IdeelArt
A flurry of recent exhibitions has brought quick attention to the work of Eva LeWitt, the 30-something daughter of Sol LeWitt, who is fighting to create a voice of her own.
Art News, Art History | IdeelArt
Just weeks before the delayed opening of the Centre Pompidou exhibition Christo and Jeanne-Claude, Paris! and the wrapping of L’Arc de Triomphe, the artist Christo has died.
Exhibition Announcements | IdeelArt
Assuming museums open again in the autumn, Centre Pompidou will present Matisse: Like a Novel this October, a retrospective inspired by Louis Aragon’s authoritative novel.