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Portraits de Cézanne
Musée d’Orsay

I had the great pleasure of meeting John Muret as he was sketching Cézanne at the Portrait by Paul Cézanne exhibition. Asked about his artistic aspirations, he is excited about travels through Europe and sketching along the way. Check out his website: http://johnmuret.com/

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‘A Beach Scene with Fishermen’ is a relatively early work by Ludolf Bakhuizen, who is best known for his seascapes, usually with rough water. This seascape was probably painted in the mid-1660s and can be seen in Gallery A: http://bit.ly/2uV7qbv

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"If all the ways I have been along were marked on a map and joined up with a line, it might represent a Minotaur."
—Pablo Picasso

"Picasso: Minotaurs and Maradors," curated by Sir John Richardson closes this Friday, August 25, at Gagosian Grosvenor Hill, London.

The exhibition aims to examine the proposal Picasso described in the quote above, presenting fresh perspectives on some of his myths and monsters. Make sure to go check it out!
#PabloPicasso #MinotaursandMatadors #GagosianGrosvenorHill


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"Yves Klein" at the MUAC Museo Universitario Arte Contemporáneo, Mexico City will be on view beginning August 26.

The exhibition charts a course through more than 75 artworks and an extensive selection of documents—letters, drawings, photographs, and films—taking in the great variety of facets the artist developed over his short but intense and prolific career (1954–1962).
#YvesKlein #MUAC #Gagosian

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In the dark of Thursday night, artist Robin Bell drove up beside the Trump International Hotel and flipped on a projector. Within seconds, the words “The President of the United States is a Known Racist and Nazi Sympathizer” appeared in bright blue on the side of the building.

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Zao Wou-Ki 趙無極 (1921-2013)

Chinese-French artist Zao Wou-Ki is known for his abstract paintings that blend Eastern and Western aesthetics. Leaving China in 1948, he settled in Paris. Zao was greatly influenced by Impressionists and Expressionists.
His paintings exude a dynamic, dreamlike atmosphere, infused with Eastern sensibilities.

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Canaletto painted ‘A Regatta on the Grand Canal’ in about 1740 and is part of the group ‘Two Venetian Ceremonial Scenes’. This work depicts the annual carnival regatta in Venice and can be found on display in Room 38: http://bit.ly/2v4JOkp

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Peder Balke was among the most pioneering painters of 19th-century Scandinavia and one of the first artists to paint the far north of his native Norway. His painting ‘The Tempest’ is one of his highly original improvisations, which you can find on display in Room 46: http://bit.ly/2uJGyuQ
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