April 28, 2021

Museum News

Must-See Art Guide: Berlin

Berlin Gallery Weekend, the city’s beloved celebration of arts and culture, is making a triumphant return this weekend. After downsizing the event last spring, 49 galleries will open their doors this weekend to show works by emerging and established artists alike (most galleries are participating from Friday, April 30, to Sunday, May 2). So, what’s on our

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Parallel dimensions

Expressive abstract oil painting on canvas. Bright, expressive painting with a clear minimalistic composition is suitable for modern interiors. The palette used for this painting is pure reds, blues, pinks, yellows, and magenta. Original work on canvas. The edge of the picture is painted over, so there is no need for decoration. The painting is

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Inner Light

Modern minimalist abstract painting painted with wide strokes of oil paints. This work has a clear, laconic composition. This is a contrasting, bright and very expressive piece. The picture combines a dark background colour and bright colours: yellow, crimson, pink. From the author: In my works, I strive for laconicism, combining abstract forms and real

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Richard Jaray

We can’t escape history, but it can leave us behind. Born in 1902, Richard Jaray belonged to a Jewish furniture dynasty that had won the distinction of “k. u. k. Hoflieferant” (purveyor to the Habsburg

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Multicultural Art

Celebrating International Sculpture Day 2021

Established by the International Sculpture Center (ISC) in 2015, International Sculpture Day is a worldwide annual celebration of sculptures and their creators. According to its website, the goal of the event is to further the ISC’s “mission of advancing the creation and understanding of sculpture and its unique, vital contribution to society.” This year’s celebration

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