Hedva Ser work at Kfar Maccabiah, International Sport Village
We are so very proud to have among our artists such an inspirational and talented woman Ms. Ser is a UNESCO Artist for Peace, and recipient of the prestigious Legion d’Honneur and the Chevalier des Arts et des Lettres awarded by the French government.Read More . . .
FILLING THE GALLERY-BUDAPEST HOSTS LARGE-SCALE PICASSO EXHIBITION
“Give me a museum and I’ll fill it”, a famous quote from Picasso. This time, the works of Picasso will fill a museum in Budapest. “A large-scale exhibition showing over 100 works by Pablo Picasso will open in the Hungarian National Gallery on Friday” (22nd of April), the museum’s director said.
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The Norton Simon Museum’s Multi-Million-Dollar Nazi Restitution Case of Two Paintings by Cranach the Elder, Explained
After a series of court rulings over nine years, the lawsuit against the Norton Simon Museum mounted by Marei von Saher, sole surviving heir of the Dutch-Jewish art dealer Jacques Goudstikker, is slated to proceed to trial. The battle centers around claims by von Saher that two Lucas Cranach the Elder paintings, stolen by the Nazis during World War II and currently on view at the Norton Simon Museum in Pasadena, California, should be restituted to her. The case against the museum has caught the attention of the art world, not just because of the artwork’s storied past and value (which is in the tens of millions), but because of the case’s complicated and contentious legal history.Read More . . .
The History of the Venice Biennale
Behind the Biennale: A Short History of the World’s Most Important Art Exhibition
What would the world be like without the Venice Biennale?Read More . . .
Giant Sculpture, creates controversy in Budapest
Honoring the Hungarian born photojournalist Robert Capa, a giant temporary sculpture by the Chain Bridge is proving to be as controversial as the image that it’s based on.Read More . . .
Art Market Budapest
ART MARKET BUDAPEST, the international art fair established in 2011 presents a unique artistic composition in perhaps the most exciting exhibition halls in Europe, that, while it features some of the exhibitors welcomed even by the oldest art fairs, gives an emphasised presence to a younger generation of galleries and artists including the now emerging stars of the future.Read More . . .
Angelika Toth - Artist Residency, The final countdown
The bid day has arrived, tomorrow is the opening of ArtGallery73 first Art Show. I can't believe that Angelika has been here since February and painted 15 new pieces. How did she do that? You can ask her tomorrow in person.Read More . . .
Angelika Toth - Artist Residency, Pictures of an Exhibition
Angelika has turned into an unstoppable “beast”. She has painted over 12 paintings within two and half weeks. How does she do it?Read More . . .
Angelika Toth - Artist Residency, quick update
The days seem to be moving in a faster speed now that Angelika is here. However, she is unstopable!
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Angelika Toth - Artist Residency, Work in Progress Day#4
As viewers, admirers, art enthusiasts, and collectors, we rarely have a chance to see how an art work is made. Unless you have the privilege to know an artist personally, have the trust of an artist, or just have an artist in your family, you wouldn’t see what goes into details of making an art work. We are giving you a glimpse of what goes into making a painting. It is fascinating!!!Read More . . .
Angelika Toth - Artist Residency, Let the Work Begin!!
We welcome our first artist in residence - Angelika Toth. She has been busy, since she landed in LA couple of days ago. But no time to rest, or time to worry about jet leg. The new frames and canvases need to get done.Read More . . .
We've been busy...
The team of Art Gallery73 has been on hiatus for the month of December and January, but behind the scenes we have been busy connecting and working with various galleries to plan showcasing the works of our wonderful artists.
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