Rembrandt’s Inspirations From India at Getty

Rembrandt’s Inspirations From India at Getty

Most people who think about art created by Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn picture dark tinged oil paintings of Dutchmen like “The Night Watch” or his many somber self-portraits. But late in his career, the renowned 17th century Dutch Baroque artist—known simply as Rembrandt —became fascinated with art from the Mughal Empire. Rembrandt’s meticulous renditions depicting […]

Different Realities Projected at Marciano Art Foundation

Different Realities Projected at Marciano Art Foundation

The Marciano Art Foundation opened two eye-catching and mesmerizing new exhibits this month. Danish-born, Icelandic interdisciplinary artist Olafur Eliasson developed a dynamic visual and sonic light installation, “Reality projector,” specifically for the facility’s Theater Gallery. “Line Packers,” the second exhibition, merges the works of two German artists, Peppi Bottrop and Albert Oehlen, into a visually intriguing […]

The Broad Displays 60 Years of Iconic Jasper Johns Art

The Broad Displays 60 Years of Iconic Jasper Johns Art

Starting Feb. 10, 2018, the Broad museum in downtown Los Angeles is presenting  “Jasper Johns: ‘Something Resembling Truth,’” an exhibit that displays over 125 of the iconic artist’s works spanning 60 years. The retrospective encompasses a range of Johns’ renowned motifs and techniques. The Broad exhibition is the first American showcase of the 87-year-old Georgia-born […]

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