Exhibitions-Article for Week 9 Jan – 15 Jan, 2020

On this page of our site we will present the most interesting exhibitions in our opinion that take place in the museums of the world. Exhibitions that all interested art lovers are required to know. Art is a huge mosaic spanning from prehistory to the present day. It accompanies man from the beginning of his existence because it is that creative expression that in the art-work captures the mental state, emotions, ideas and visualization of the artist and will always be important in human life because of the magnetism it causes to human emotions by stimulating them.


Mistikosiwak (Wooden Boat People)

Kent Monkman
Photo by the site www.thecanadianencyclopedia.ca

The New York Metropolitan Museum of Art (met), namely the Met’s Great Hall, presents two large dimensions (3×6) meters paintings by Canadian artist Kent Monkman.  Kent Monkman comes from the Indigenous people of Canada (Cree). Kent Monkman is inspired by existing people and is widely known for his provocative interventions into Western European and American art history.

December 19, 2019 – April 9, 2020


Tokyo Triology

At Tokyo Photographic Art Museum, the Japanese photographer Masataka Nakano presents the exhibition “Tokyo Trilogy”. Unknown aspects of the City-Tokyo. For more than 30 years, the photographer has been taken pictures of Tokyo with sharp sensitivity and masterly understanding of space. This exhibition includes more than 100 works from photographer’s main works.

November 23, 2019 – January 26, 2020


Old Masters

Portrait of Eleanor of Toledo
Painting by Artist: Agnolo Bronzino (1503-1572), licensed Public Domain

The National Gallery in Prague presents the permanent exhibition titled Old Masters in the Schwarzenberg Palace. It is based on selected key artworks from the collection of Old masters: Hans von Aachen, Petr Brandl, Matthias Bernard Braun, Lucas Cranach, Adriaen de Vries, Albrecht Dürer, El Greco, Francisco José Goya, Hans Holbein, Jan Gossaert, also known as Jan Mabuse, Rembrandt van Rijn, Jusepe de Ribera, Peter Paul Rubens, Bartholomaeus Spranger, Karel Škréta, Simon Vouet,  Michael Leopold Willmann and others. The display concentrates on the period between the 16th and 18th centuries and the pre-Renaissance tendencies in Gothic and Antiquity art as inspirational stimuli for Renaissance and Baroque art.

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