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2 years ago

(Jan 13, 2021 10:23)

Art Excavation by Shan Hur #shanhur

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(Jan 13, 2021 05:29)

We hid an emoji in this painting. Can you spot it? https://t.co/HyS26X4jeo

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(Jan 13, 2021 06:28)

#MetKidsFunFact: This marble head of a woman is almost 5,000 years old, making it one of the oldest works of art at The Met! Next time you visit the Museum, see if you can spot it in Gallery 151. 🔍 Learn more: https://t.co/OcbuvA96Xr https://t.co/fJRGlEXOnu

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2 years ago

(Jan 13, 2021 04:38)

How do you make six huge frames for Titian's mythological paintings? Peter Schade, our Head of the Framing, shows the process of creating six huge matching frames for the '#Titian: Love Desire Death' exhibition. https://t.co/HF3h8HE9tP

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2 years ago

(Jan 13, 2021 08:38)

There's never a bad time to reflect on the timeless works of Claude Monet. Tap to read Met curator Susan Stein's thoughts on a Monet from the #MetCollection. ⤵️ https://t.co/goumWxC1RI

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2 years ago

(Jan 13, 2021 11:00)

Jan Brueghel the Elder died #OnThisDay in 1625. In this tender portrait by Rubens, Brueghel is shown with his second wife, who draws her two children, Pieter and Elisabeth, close to her, the former endearingly toying with his mother’s bracelet: https://t.co/X4N1ck20fy https://t.co/rZWGKzGXG3

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2 years ago

(Jan 13, 2021 07:58)

The Nigerian painter Ndidi Emefiele draws on personal and gendered references in compositions that explore female identity. Look closely into Emefiele’s universe, and you’ll notice a lack of male characters. Her subjects are confident and assertive, free of gendered expectations. https://t.co/7PLGRnD7Gs

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2 years ago

(Jan 13, 2021 10:12)

Just announced: 'Poussin and the Dance' Tambourines shake, wine spills, and half-naked figures whirl across the canvas in paintings of revelry, dance and drama that will be brought together in the first exhibition dedicated to Poussin and dance: https://t.co/BlvrGFE8rP https://t.co/sFAIxTpCPv

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2 years ago

(Jan 13, 2021 09:29)

Did people in the Middle Ages really believe in dragons and unicorns? Ask us anything about animals in the Middle Ages, and our medievalists will get to answering. https://t.co/fUTFO0kCGz

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2 years ago

(Jan 13, 2021 08:57)

Berthe Morisot, a relentlessly innovative Impressionist, was long underrated by art history. She’s due a starring place in the canon. https://t.co/gJTcrMOx4A

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2 years ago

(Jan 13, 2021 02:02)

yueminjun001 • We are thrilled to announce our new collaboration with the legendary artist, yueminjun001 DM us for more info. #yueminjun

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2 years ago

(Jan 13, 2021 08:54)

Via matthewmarksgallery Lamp by Vija Celmins #vijacelmins

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2 years ago

(Jan 13, 2021 12:56)

“Flowers in the Shadow” by oteroso #angelotero

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2 years ago

(Jan 13, 2021 06:27)

Daniel Buren & Philippe Parreno christen kamelmennour’s breathtaking new space in Paris exhibiting together as one. 💗 “The exhibition investigates the way things appear and disappear, which is the definition of a ghost or indeed any form that manifests itself…. Such quasi-objects have an unfinished existence. The world is not only haunted by ghosts, it is constantly transformed by them. There’s no way to escape them. No object exists without its exhibition; it responds to a new story or a new dramatisation, it appears in a new ritual.” — #philippeparreno #danielburen #kamelmennour

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2 years ago

(Jan 13, 2021 05:31)

Chris Dorland’s new painting “Untitled (despawn)” is currently hanging in the gallery’s viewing room as we prepare d’or his upcoming solo exhibition “New Day,” opening February 12. Dorland’s new paintings are his most complex effort to date to collapse paint and digital technologies into a single indistinguishable skin. Oscillating between decayed abstraction and 4k ultra resolution–Dorland’s new paintings infer the god’s eye view of topographic visualizations and video game POV’s while simultaneously rendering common place, yet intimate, minutiae of daily life such as folder clutter from the artists desktop with hypergraphic detail. Image: Chris Dorland “Untitled (despawn),” 2020 Acrylic polymer, Pigment, Ink, Gesso, UV resin on Linen 68 x 46 inches, 172.7 x 116.8 cm #lylesandking #chrisdorland #contemporaryart #digitalart #contemporarypainting #painting

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