The Met to Enable Frick Collection to Use Breuer Building During Its 2020 Renovation
The Met Breuer building The Metropolitan Museum of Art and The Frick Collection announced that they are in discussions to bring the Frick's program temporarily to the Whitney Museum of American Art's Breuer building while the Frick's buildings undergo upgrade and renovation. The Met began programming the Marcel Breuer-designed building on Madison Avenue in 2016, through an arrangement with the Whitney that began after the Whitney moved to its current location in downtown Manhattan in 2015. The collaboration would ensure that the public continues to have access to the Frick's collection, exhibitions, library resources, and education programs. The Frick is
Notable Impressionist and Modern Art Pieces to be Sold at Christie's
While pushing the boundaries of traditional art, Impressionism began to emerge in Paris in the 1860s....
Masterpiece of the Flemish Baroque to headline Sotheby's Old Masters Sale
LONDON.- This December, Sotheby’s will bring to auction a 17th-century masterpiece which has been unseen in public since the...