Organized by the Martin-Gropius-Bau (Berlin, Germany), the exhibition Dennis Hopper. The Lost Album shows a spectacular portfolio of over four hundred vintage photographs taken by Dennis Hopper (1936-2010) in the 1960s.
While living in a tiny fishing village in England in 1881-82, the American artist Winslow Homer was profoundly moved by the sight of a shipwreck that would focus his imagination on the power and peril of the sea.
The Museo Reina Sofía (Madrid, Spain) presents an exhibition that explores the influence that the French poet, playwright and actor, Antonin Artaud (Marseilles, 1896 – Paris, 1948) has had on the visual arts, focusing especially on how important his legacy is in understanding the post-war avant garde movements that developed in the United States, France and Brazil.
Continuing with its 20th Anniversary celebrations, the Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza (Madrid, Spain) has inaugurated the third edition of its exhibition series <exchanging gazes>. This series focuses on works in the Museum’s Permanent Collection with the aim of encouraging a reflective and considered viewpoint that gives rise to new interpretationsof the works on display.
On view September 12, 2012–January 7, 2013 at the Getty Villa (Los Ángeles, USA), The Last Days of Pompeii: Decadence, Apocalypse, Resurrection presents Pompeii and the other Vesuvian sites as a modern fascination rather than focusing on their historical past. Organized around three themes—decadence, apocalypse, and resurrection—this exhibition addresses the potent and continuing legacy of Pompeii in the modern imagination.
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