18 février 2010

Highlights of Asian Art @ Nagel Auctions, May 7th-8th 2010

A Rare Transitional Vase inscribed Kongming qiuye ji lushui Property from an important South German private collection A Large Bronze Figure Of Guanyin, China, Ming dynasty, h. 60 cm. Property from an old Dutch private collection An Imperial Famille Rose Bowl, Daoguang seal mark and period. Property from an important South German private collection An Imperial Cloisonné Enamel Censer, Qianlong four-character mark and of the period Property from an important South German private collection ... [Lire la suite]
18 février 2010

"Looking at Michelangelo" @ The Courtauld Gallery

Michelangelo (1475-1564) Christ on the Cross, c. 1555-60. Black chalk on paper, 27.5 cm x 23.4 cm. The Courtauld Gallery, London A special display of rare Italian sixteenth century drawings and prints from The Courtauld Gallery’s outstanding permanent collection will complement the exhibition Michelangelo’s Dream, on view from 18 February to 16 May 2010. Highlights of this rich group will be three autograph drawings by Michelangelo Buonarroti (1475-1564), ranging from his early period in Florence to his very last years in Rome... [Lire la suite]
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18 février 2010

Yun-Fei Ji @ James Cohan Gallery

Yun-Fei Ji, "A Band of Ghosts," 2009. Ink on Xuan paper, 13 3/4 X 11 inches. Courtesy: James Cohan Gallery, New York. Copyright the artist NEW YORK, NY.- James Cohan Gallery presents their second gallery exhibition by Chinese expatriate artist Yun-Fei Ji, opening February 19 and running through March 27. The exhibition will include new works on paper as well as Ji's artist's book, 'Migrants from the Three Gorges Dam', recently published by the Library Council of The Museum of Modern Art, NY. Yun-Fei Ji was born and... [Lire la suite]
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18 février 2010

"20 robes pour l'Europe" @ Hôtel de Ville de Bruxelles

Après les Instituts Cervantès de Tokyo, Pékin et Milan, ainsi que des villes d'Istanbul et de Badajoz, l'exposition réunissant stylisme et littérature : « 20 silhouettes pour l'Europe » s'installe à Bruxelles. Jusqu'au 4 avril, 20 robes accompagnées de 20 textes de grands noms de la littérature comme Maurice Maeterlinck, Amélie Nothomb ou Hugo Claus, seront présentées à l'espace des expositions de l'Hôtel de Ville de Bruxelles. 20 Dresses For Europe/Amaya Arzuaga 20 tenues pour l'Europe est plus qu'une exposition ;... [Lire la suite]