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Maarten Vanden Eynde’s ‘Digging Up The Future’ at Museum Muzee, Ostend
Article date: Thursday, September 2, 2021

Maarten Vanden Eynde’s ‘Digging Up The Future’ at Museum Muzee, Ostend

On September 4, 2021, a solo exhibition by Maarten Vanden Eynde will open at Museum Muzee in Ostend, Belgium.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art Announces Transformative New Insights into 18th-Century Painting by Jacques-Louis David after Discovering Underlying Composition
Article date: Thursday, September 2, 2021

The Metropolitan Museum of Art Announces Transformative New Insights into 18th-Century Painting by Jacques-Louis David after Discovering Underlying Composition

The Metropolitan Museum of Art has announced extraordinary new insights into Jacques-Louis David’s 1788 portrait of Antoine Laurent Lavoisier and Marie-Anne Lavoisier—a landmark of European painting and a cornerstone of The Met collection—following nearly three years of in-depth analysis.

The Work of Ukrainian Artist Nikita Kadan to be Part of the Collection of Centre Pompidou in Paris
Article date: Thursday, September 2, 2021

The Work of Ukrainian Artist Nikita Kadan to be Part of the Collection of Centre Pompidou in Paris

The Centre Pompidou has accepted a proposal to donate, in favor of the Collection of the Musée national d'art moderne, the following significant work Nikita Kadan ‘Pedestal. Practice of Exclusion’ (2009-2011), which was in a private collection.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art to Unveil Powerful Ancient Maya Stone Monuments from the Republic of Guatemala
Article date: Wednesday, September 1, 2021

The Metropolitan Museum of Art to Unveil Powerful Ancient Maya Stone Monuments from the Republic of Guatemala

The Metropolitan Museum of Art has announced the unveiling of a new installation of two eighth-century Maya stone monuments, known as stelae, in its iconic Great Hall on September 2, 2021.

The Holburne Museum Presents New Works by Artists and Their Children in ‘My Kid Could’ve Done That!’
Article date: Wednesday, September 1, 2021

The Holburne Museum Presents New Works by Artists and Their Children in ‘My Kid Could’ve Done That!’

The Holburne Museum, Bath, is staging an exhibition of brand-new work by fifteen contemporary artists and their children, which invites art lovers to determine just who created the work on display.

Marianne Berenhaut’s ‘endroit, anvers’ Opens at M KHA, Antwerp This September
Article date: Wednesday, September 1, 2021

Marianne Berenhaut’s ‘endroit, anvers’ Opens at M KHA, Antwerp This September

Berenhaut’s forthcoming exhibition titled ‘endroit, anvers’ opens September 11, 2021 at M KHA in Antwerp, until January 2022.

Amsterdam to Restitute Kandinsky Painting to Jewish Family Following Public Outcry
Article date: Monday, August 30, 2021

Amsterdam to Restitute Kandinsky Painting to Jewish Family Following Public Outcry

Amsterdam has said its city-owned museum should return a Wassily Kandinsky painting acquired from a Jewish family under duress, during the Holocaust.

Hartwig Art Foundation in Talks with Amsterdam for a New Museum for Contemporary Art
Article date: Monday, August 30, 2021

Hartwig Art Foundation in Talks with Amsterdam for a New Museum for Contemporary Art

The Hartwig Art Foundation is in talks with the City of Amsterdam about a new museum for contemporary art in Amsterdam. The final decision on this matter lies with the City Council of Amsterdam, which will meet and decide on the matter in mid-September.

Restored 17th Century William van Haecht Painting on Display at Rubens House in Antwerp
Article date: Monday, August 30, 2021

Restored 17th Century William van Haecht Painting on Display at Rubens House in Antwerp

Following its restoration, ‘The Gallery of Cornelis van der Geest’ has returned to the Rubens House in Antwerp. The original paint layer has been exposed again, revealing details that have remained hidden for many years.

Agence France-Presse (AFP) Launches First Photo Auction Titled 'The Analogue Years'
Article date: Friday, August 27, 2021

Agence France-Presse (AFP) Launches First Photo Auction Titled 'The Analogue Years'

AFP is launching its first-ever auction with some 200 photos from its analogue photography collection, offering a rare opportunity to buy unique prints capturing important historic moments.

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