- Silvia Massa
THE NEWS CORNER #48
Thursday, 30 January 2020
Dear readers of The News Corner, the Ars Graphica team wishes you a Happy New Year! We at Ars Graphica hope you had a great start of 2020 and we are looking forward to meeting you in our upcoming events.
What's going on in our satellites?
** On 22 January AG Polska visited The Exhibition That Never Happened... Ignacy Łopieński (1865–1941) and the Revival of Printmaking at the National Museum in Warsaw. The exhibition ends on 16 February, so hurry up! If you cannot visit Warsaw, check out Łopieński's works here.
** Today 30 January a special double-event is taking place with AG Swiss at the Kunsthaus Zurich: the exhibition Die Poesie der Linie will open tonight, followed by a guided tour led by Joachim Sieber in the exhibition Die neue Fotografie. Umbruch und Aufbruch, 1970–1990.
And what's going on in the world of graphic art? Here is a selection of the events, CFP etc.
EXHIBITIONS IN FOCUS
Until 02.02.2020 the National Library of Latvia presents The Early Years of Lithography, with early 19th c. lithographs from the K. Ubāns Art Reading Room collection as well as works by renowned artists such as Delacroix and Géricault. The exhibited works are part of a donation of over 10.000 items by the German art historian Peter Böttger, which the Library received in 2016.
14.01.2020-26.04.2020 In the year of Raphael 2020, the Kupferstichkabinett in Berlin is presenting the Riepenhausen Series, a series of etching on the life of Raphael made in the first half of 19th c. by the artists Johannes and Franz Riepenhausen. The exhibition takes place in the Cabinet in the Gemäldegalerie.
24.01.2020-10.04.2020 Around 30 drawings from the Bolognese school, some of which have never been displayed before, are being presented at the Cabinet des dessins Jean Bonna at the Beaux-Arts de Paris (Le dessin à Bologna, Carrache, Le Guerchin, Dominiquin...).
30.11.2019-13.09.2020 The exhibition Un Architetto al tempo di Canova. Alessandro Papafava e la tua raccolta at the Palladio Museum in Vicenza presents a collection of architecture drawings and prints made between 18th and 19th c. The drawings by the Padova-born architect Alessandro Papafava (1784-1861) were bequeathed to the Centro Internazionale di Studi di Architettura Andrea Palladio in Vicenza.