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Thursday, 30 September 2021

Born on this day: Gustav Kampmann (1859-1917)

Dear reader,

We hope you had a great summer! Find our graphic arts-selection below in this September News Corner.


#exhibit #Hamburg #lastchance In the Kunsthalle you can now visit 'Raphael The Impact of a Genius', which displays 230 prints, drawings, paintings and photographs. The exhibition explores the history of reproductions of Raphael's work and his fame, and is open until 3 October 2021.

#exhibit #Bremen #lastchance From 21 July until 10 October, in the Kunsthalle: As long as it's a Dürer. The Klugkist Collection. The drawings and nearly complete collection of Albrecht Dürer’s graphic reproductions belong to the most famous works in the holdings of Kunsthalle’s Department of Prints and Drawings.

#exhibition #Nancy #lastchance The Musée des Beaux-Arts, the Municipal Library of Nancy, and the Palace of the Dukes of Lorraine-Lorraine Museum joined forces to dedicate an exhibition to one of the greatest engravers of the 17th century, Israël Silvestre (1621-1691), showing the almost complete printed oeuvre in 'Invitation aux Voyage'. The prints represent his travels from Paris to Rome and Nancy to Naples. The exhibition is at the Musée des Beaux-Arts until 3 October 2021.

#photography #NewYork #lastchance On show in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, until 3 October: 'New York: The New Woman Behind the Camera'. With over 120 photographers from 20 countries, the exhibition explores the diverse work of artists, the New Women, who expressed female empowerment, modernity, and experimentation in the 1920's to the 1950's.

#NewYork On view, also in the Met, until 17 January 2022: Selections from the Department of Drawings and Prints: Revolution, Resistance, and Activism. The drawings, prints, and posters, from the eighteenth century to the present, relate to the American, French, Haitian, Mexican, and Russian revolutions, the abolition of slavery, and campaigns for and against the dominant political systems of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.

#exhibit #Oxford On display until 3 January 2022: the exhibition 'Tokyo: Art & Photography' in the Ashmolean Museum. Highlights include historic folding screens and iconic woodblock prints, video works, pop art, and contemporary photographs by Moriyama Daido and Ninagawa Mika.

#exhibition #Baltimore In the Baltimore museum of Art the exhibit 'Women Behaving Badly: 400 Years of Power & Protest' displays approximately 75 illustrations of female power and courage. It includes prints by Albrecht Dürer, Rembrandt, Francisco de Goya, and Edvard Munch. On show until 19 December 2021.

#Ottawa On view in the National Gallery of Canada until 14 November 2021: The Collectors’ Cosmos: The Meakins–McClaran Print Collection. The selection of prints ranges from the German 15th century through the Dutch 17th century, to the 20th century in Europe and North America, including names like Pieter Bruegel the Elder, Albrecht Dürer, Hendrik Goltzius, Jusepe de Ribera, Jacob van Ruisdael, Jean-François Millet, John James Audubon and many others. Get your ticket here.

#exhibition #Haarlem On view until 7 November: Baroque at Teylers. The Teylers Museum shows a selection of their fine collection of 17th century Italian drawings in this exhibition.