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Art drama muscles in on documentary at the Tribeca Film Festival

... Mary Boone, and fellow artists Jeff Koons and Laurie Anderson. Rarely has a private portrait been so public. The film opens generally in New York cinemas on 5 May. Art drama muscles in on documentary at the Tribeca Film Festival #Media_&_broadcast #Preview

Royal Academy's Ab Ex show is about more than just men and pigeonholes

... photographer. So presenting Ab Ex as a male preserve is a clanger that should be silenced for good.” • Abstract Expressionism, Royal Academy of Arts, until 2 January 2017 Royal Academy's Ab Ex show is about more than just men and pigeonholes #Preview #Abstract_Expressionism

Marc Camille Chaimowicz: Discoballs and déjà vu

... get these flashes of images that re-burn in your retina and you ask yourself, ‘Have I seen these before?’” • Marc Camille Chaimowicz: an Autumn Lexicon, Serpentine Gallery, until 20 November Marc Camille Chaimowicz: Discoballs and déjà vu #Preview

National Portrait Gallery shows Picasso as a canny caricaturist

... exhibition is sponsored by the investment bank Goldman Sachs. Picasso Portraits, National Portrait Gallery, until 5 February 2017; then at the Museu Picasso, Barcelona 16 March-25 June 2017 National Portrait Gallery shows Picasso as a canny caricaturist #Preview #Pablo_Picasso

In pictures: PAD London

... as with all of Calder’s pieces, is unique. It is one of several pieces at PAD from Louisa Guinness Gallery’s current exhibition, The Boldness of Calder (until 5 November), devoted to the artist’s jewellery. In pictures: PAD London #Art_fairs #Preview #PAD

Mullican and Camplin expand consciousness at the Camden Arts Centre

... can, however, expect a real meeting of minds. • Matt Mullican: the Sequence of Things / Bonnie Camplin, Camden Arts Centre, Arkwright Road, NW3 6DG, both until 8 January 2016 Mullican and Camplin expand consciousness at the Camden Arts Centre #Preview

The Art Newspaper's international autumn exhibition guide

... 1920 and 1948 held in New York collections, including the Museum of Modern Art. The works show a range of subjects, from cigarette-wielding self-portraits to colourful triptychs. The Art Newspaper's international autumn exhibition guide #Exhibitions #Preview #National_Gallery,_London #Victoria_and_Albert_Museum #Metropolitan_Museum_of_Art #Museum_of_Contemporary_Art,_Los_Angeles #Royal_Academy_of_Arts #Bienal_de_São_Paulo_

The show must go on at Brussels Art Fair

... the letter from a Parisian dealer read: “We will just drink a little bit more champagne…” • Brussels Art Fair (Brafa), Tour & Taxis, Avenue du Port 86C, Brussels, 23-31 January The show must go on at Brussels Art Fair #Art_fairs #Art_market #Preview

What Delacroix taught the Moderns: Beth Wright on Delacroix and the Rise of Modern Art

... Delacroix and the Rise of Modern Art, Minneapolis Institute of Art, until 10 January. The show travels to the National Gallery, London, from 17 February-22 May What Delacroix taught the Moderns: Beth Wright on Delacroix and the Rise of Modern Art #Preview #Modern_art #Romantic #Art_history #Vincent_van_Gogh #Eugène_Delacroix

Where anxiety lives: Jessica Lynne on Rashid Johnson

... does your anxiety live? Jessica Lynne is a writer, arts administrator and co-editor of the online journal, Arts.Black Rashid Johnson: Anxious Men, The Drawing Center, New York, until 20 December Where anxiety lives: Jessica Lynne on Rashid Johnson #Preview #Contemporary_art_ #Drawing #Art_history

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