A small overview of the global art fairs before we are heading to viennacontemporary, Frieze London, Frieze Masters and PAD London…
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This September I visited the Augarten Porcelain Manufacture again and my appetite for information was satisfied by a fantastic private guided tour.
On Loupiosity we dedicate articles to the most outstanding performances we encounter. The magic of Béjart Ballet at the Budapest Summer Festival was definitely one of them.
The latest exhibition of Albertina opened in July and entitled “Look! New Acquisitions”, is extraordinary in the sense that it provides insight into the fresh-spirited museum’s collecting strategy for contemporary art.
The 1677 national heritage sites and the cultural diversity of Maastricht are the perfect milieu to TEFAF, one of the most important art fairs in the world, since 1988.
On 22 February, Albertina opened its latest exhibition devoted to Egon Schiele. Photos and personal artefacts give context to the many showcased works of the great Austrian Expressionist, which will be open until 18 June 2017.
Albertina started November with a new exhibition: “Film Stills – Photographs between Advertising, Art, and Cinema” (open until 26 February). They kicked it off with a great conference for social media geeks – of course we were there.
It’s time to point to a suitable date in your calendar between 16.09.2016 – 07.01.2017 and visit Albertina’s #SeuratSignacVanGogh – Ways of Pointillism exhibition. We did it.
Peter Farago and Ingela Klemetz Farago introduce the women of various regions through their curious lenses and via famous models of these lands. The “Women in Chanel” exhibition arrived to Ludwig Museum.