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Thursday, 26 January 2023

Born on this day: Paula Rego (1935-2022)

Dear reader,

Enjoy a warming tea-break with our selection of opportunities and exhibitions in this January's News Corner!


#Amsterdam Don't miss it! Women on Paper in the Print Cabinets of the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam. With a selection of drawings, prints and photographs by Gesina ter Borch, Berthe Morisot, Käthe Kollwitz, Thérèse Schwartze and others, Women on Paper is a presentation about female artists who left their mark on art history. On view until 30 May.

#Berlin Artist Ruth Wolf-Rehfeldt was honoured with the Hannah Höch Prize 2022 for her extensive oeuvre, which includes paintings, drawings and, in particular, typewriter graphics. In conjunction with the award, the artist presents a solo exhibition at the Kupferstichkabinett – Staatliche Museen zu Berlin: Like a Spider in a Web, until 5 February 2023.

#Portland Human | Nature, 150 Years of Japanese Landscape Prints. Selected from the Portland Art Museum’s permanent collection, this exhibition explores Japan’s journey with and through nature during the 19th century and into the modern age through the lens of landscape prints. On view until 7 May.

#SanDiego Soon in the University Galleries of San Diego: Fake News & Lying Pictures: Political Prints in the Dutch Republic, on view from 10 February until 12 May. The prints in this exhibition caused international incidents, were part of coordinated propaganda campaigns, and shaped collective memory. Dutch printmakers used trolling tactics long before the invention of the internet.

#Detroit The Detroit Institute of Arts presents Printmaking in the Twenty-First Century, an exhibition that celebrates the range and ingenuity of artwork by contemporary printmakers, featuring more than 60 prints, posters and artists’ books by local, national and international artists. On view until 9 April 2023.

#London The British Museum London shows "Art on paper - since 1960 - the Hamish Parker collection". From Lucian Freud to Kiki Smith, life drawing to minimalism and etching to collage, this exhibition spans an intriguing range of styles and techniques used in art on paper from 1960 to today. On show until 5 March 2023.

#Miami The solo presentation "A Little Higher" at the Lowe Art Museum features nearly fifty works by Chicago-born artist Charles White (1918–79). White's “images of dignity” invite to contemplate his subjects' humanity, self-worth, and agency while also acknowledging the nefarious effects of systemic racism. On show until 26 February 2023.