Earlier this year, LACMA engaged artist Vera Lutter – through a commission sponsored by Sotheby’s – to create a series of works using camera obscura, her signature technique. Her large-scale photographs depict two-dimensional works from the permanent
Through careful conservation, restoration and adaptive reuse, ASHK’s new home since 2012 is a successfully transformed hub for cultural, artistic and intellectual exploration.
John Singer Sargent painted "Carnation, Lily, Lily, Rose" between 1885 and 1886, and it has become one of the nation's most popular artworks. The inspiration for the painting came during a boating expedition Sargent took on the Thames.
Take a behind-the-scenes tour of Versailles, one of the most renowned royal residences and one of the greatest achievements in French 17th-century art.
Featured Museum Network Videos
Meet Vincent - An Introduction to Vincent van Gogh (Full Video)
Schoolboy, junior clerk at an art firm, teacher, bookseller, student and preacher: Vincent van Gogh was all of these before he decided at the age of 27 to become an artist. That decision would change the history of art forever.
Treasures from Chatsworth, Episode 5: The Needlework of Elizabethan Chatsworth
A rare depiction of the original Chatsworth House from around 1550 provides a vital connection to the past. Hundreds of years from now, visitors will look to Johnny Warrender’s many renderings of Chatsworth and its garden for a 21st-century view of t
Egon Schiele | ‘Self-Portrait mit Peacock Waistcoat’
Learn about Egon Schiele's famous and intriguing ‘Self-Portrait with peacock waistcoat,’ and visit the masterpiece through 18 June 2017 at the Albertina.
Bill Viola. Electronic Renaissance
Bill Viola. Electronic Renaissance is a significant exhibition celebrating the unchallenged master of video art, presented as an innovative dialogue between Viola’s work and remarkable artworks by the great masters of the past.
Tim Marlow’s Must-See Museum Shows: July
This month, Tim Marlow recommends a major retrospective devoted to an inventive 20th-century Latin American artist, a lyrical exhibition celebrating the union of art and music and a curious show dedicated to the unlikely heroism of plywood.
Shining a Light on Julio Le Parc's Creative Process
In this short interview with Julio Le Parc, the artist explains his creative process and the use of light in his work.
Made in L.A. 2016: Martine Syms
Martine Syms draws on early cinema history and the language of television for “Laughing Gas,” the pilot episode of a situation comedy titled 'She Mad.'
Becoming Picasso: Paris 1901
1901 marks the breakthrough year when a nineteen-year-old Picasso premiered his work as an artist. Dr Barnaby Wright examines paintings from Picasso’s first pivotal show in Paris.
The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier: Meet Model and Muse Tanel Bedrossiantz
Model and muse Tanel Bedrossiantz discusses his nearly 30-year career working with groundbreaking French couturier Jean Paul Gaultier.
New Museum Network Videos
Tim Marlow’s Must-See Museum Shows: Tacita Dean in London
A collaboration between three major British institutions present three distinct exhibitions by Tacita Dean, addressing genres traditionally associated with painting: Portrait, Still Life and Landscape.
Tim Marlow’s Must-See Museum Shows: March 2018
Discover Picasso’s pivotal year of wonder, Van Gogh’s love of Japanese art, and Tacita Dean’s examination of portraiture in our list of this month’s top exhibitions.
Tim Marlow’s Must-See Museum Shows: 21st Biennale of Sydney
Superposition, equilibrium and engagement comprise the theme of the 21st Biennale of Sydney, and offer a panoramic view of how opposing interpretations can come together in a state of equilibrium.
Tim Marlow’s Must-See Museum Shows: Van Gogh and Japan at the Van Gogh Museum
Van Gogh’s love of Japanese art helped give his work a new direction. In this exhibition, 60 of the artist’s own works feature alongside Japanese prints to demonstrate how 19-century Japanese wood cuts influenced the Dutch master.
Tim Marlow’s Must-See Museum Shows: Picasso 1932 - Love, Fame, Tragedy at Tate Modern
The first-ever solo exhibition on Pablo Picasso at Tate Modern takes visitors on a month-by-month journey through 1932, the artist’s ‘year of wonders.’ On display are more than 100 paintings, sculptures and drawings, mixed with family photographs and
Tim Marlow’s Must-See Museum Shows: Picasso Ceramics at the Louisiana Museum
More than 160 pieces reveal a highly imaginative part of Picasso's oeuvre, with ceramic works, painted plates, jugs and dishes based on playful human and animal forms. For more of Tim Marlow’s must-see March exhibitions, visit Sotheby’s Museum Networ
Tim Marlow’s Must See Museum Shows: Danh Vo: Take My Breath Away
The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum presents a comprehensive overview of the Danish artist’s output over the last 15 years, which includes several new projects created specifically for this survey.
Tim Marlow’s Must See Museum Shows: Celebrating Gustav Klimt and Egon Schiele
An international group of exhibitions commemorates Austria’s famed artists and friendly rivals Gustav Klimt and Egon Schiele on the 100th anniversary of their death.
Tim Marlow’s Must See Museum Shows: William Henry Fox Talbot: The Origins of Photography
The Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts presents the first Russian exhibition of works by one of the inventors of photography.