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What’s on in… Vienna – The Women of Klimt, Schiele and Kokoschka

Gustav Klimt, Egon Schiele and Oskar Kokoschka – three of the biggest names of the Viennese modern art movement of the 20th century. Besides the obvious connection in nationality and time of practice – they have completely different styles and a unique language that makes them so special. However, living in the same city, during… Read more »

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What’s on… in Lisbon -Masaveu Collection at the MNAA

The Masaveu collection and the Museu Nacional de Arte Antiga have partnered to bring to Portugal an extraordinary selection of the assets collected by a well respected family for over three generations.     El Greco, Zurbarán, Goya and Sorolla are only four of the names that make up this collection of 60 works exhibited… Read more »

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What’s on… in Lisbon – Cruzeiro Seixas at Museu da Presidência da República

Cruzeiro Seixas born in 1920 in Amadora, never thought of himself as a painter or an artist. He always said he is neither one, instead he is a man who paints.      Despite his humble statement he became a reference in the portuguese art world, and especially so, in the surrealist movement in Portugal…. Read more »

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What’s on… in Madrid – Andrzej Wróblewski at Reina Sofia

As one of the most important Polish artists of the 20th century – Andrzej Wróblewski (1927–1957) doesn’t always get the attention he deserves. This is in fact, the first retrospective exhibition of his work outside of Poland.     Despite the sometimes redundant clichés of the Soviet influenced countries, Reina Sofia is bringing Wróblewski’s work… Read more »

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Currently on at São Mamede Algarve – “Faça o favor de entrar”

Collective exhibitions are always a perfect way to get in discover new artists and admire the ones we already know and like. Now Galeria Vale do Lobo in association with São Mamede invites you to visit yet another remarkable selection of artworks: “Faça o favor de entrar” literally means – please come in – it… Read more »