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SFMoMA explores affinity of works by Paul Klee and Ruth Asawa
SAN FRANCISCO – On July 10, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMoMA) opened Lineage: Paul Klee and Ruth Asawa, an exhibition that explores and contextualizes the contributions of both artists. The show will run until December 5.
Stolen 1930 Paul Klee painting recovered in Montreal
NEW YORK, NY (AP) – A painting by Swiss artist Paul Klee that was stolen from a New York gallery in 1989 been recovered after a Montreal gallery owner became suspicious and turned it over to U.S. authorities. Robert Landau turned over the 1930 painting Portrait in the Garden by the neo-impressionist artist to U.S. […]
Neue Galerie exhibition of Austrian and German Art runs through March 13
NEW YORK – On November 11, Neue Galerie New York opened Modern Worlds: Austrian and German Art, 1890-1940, an exhibition of major works of Austrian and German fine art and design from the permanent collection.
Swann to auction art prints from Letterform Archive, May 12-13
NEW YORK — In a two-day event, Swann Galleries will present a special offering of deaccessioned duplicates from the rich collection of Letterform Archive on May 12, alongside the spring Graphic Design auction on May 13. Absentee and Internet live bidding will be available through LiveAuctioneers.