Henri Matisse, The Parakeet and the Mermaid, 1952–53. Collection Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, acquired with the generous support of the Vereniging Rembrandt and the Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds, 1967. © Succession H. Matisse, c/o Pictoright Amsterdam 2014.

Henri Matisse, The Parakeet and the Mermaid, 1952–53. Collection Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, acquired with the generous support of the Vereniging Rembrandt and the Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds, 1967. © Succession H. Matisse, c/o Pictoright Amsterdam 2014.

Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam

The Oasis of Matisse

With over 100 works on loan from more than 35 leading international museums, the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam presents the most comprehensive survey of Matisse ever shown in the Netherlands. Covering over 21,500 square feet, The Oasis of Matisse is... continue reading

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“Destroy, she said”By Alan Gilbert

As capitalism solidifies into a global religion, iconoclasm—traditionally defined as the destruction of sacred artifacts—accordingly shifts its tactics, where it doesn’t become coopted. However inadvertent it may have been, the last notable iconoclastic act in Europe—“Beast Jesus,” an elderly Spanish woman’s attempt in 2012 to... continue reading

Nil YalterBy Agnieszka Gratza

The recent resurgence of interest in the pioneering work of Turkish artist Nil Yalter (b. 1938), whose career spans four decades, owes much to Cornelia Butler’s 2007 exhibition “WACK! Art and the Feminist Revolution” at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles. In her retrospective of feminist art from the... continue reading

Davide Balula’s “A journey through you and the leaves”By Mara Hoberman

Featuring bright colors and interactive technology, Davide Balula’s current exhibition seems, at first glance, a significant departure from the artist’s earthy process-oriented oeuvre. It’s certainly in stark visual contrast to his last show with Frank Elbaz, “The Buried Works” in 2012, which turned the gallery into a vivarium with... continue reading

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