PHIL RICHARDS was born in Toronto in 1951 and studied at the Ontario College of Art graduating in 1973. RICHARDS is one of Canada’s most important portrait painters with commissions that include the official Diamond Jubilee Portrait of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II for the Government of Canada, as well as the official portrait of many government leaders including provincial Premiers, Speakers and Lieutenant Governors.
The Staatliche Graphische Sammlung München marks the 350th anniversary of the death of Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn (1606–1669) with a focused show of the exquisite Rembrandt drawings and etchings from its own collection.
The exhibition comprises some 100 original photographs from the holdings of the Ann and Jürgen Wilde Foundation that boasts one of the most extensive collections of Aenne Biermann’s work.
The Staatliche Graphische Sammlung München is home to one of the most internationally significant collections of 15th German broadsheets and popular prints.
Johann Elias Ridinger created some of the most vivid drawings and prints depicting animals of the 18th century – and beyond. Tremendous in scope and rich in detail, Ridinger’s baroque oeuvre of around 1,600 etchings set the bar for animal studies with its anatomically precise and lifelike depictions of hunting scenes and wildlife.
The summer exhibition KÖNIGSKLASSE will once again be taking place in the splendid Herrenchiemsee Palace constructed by King Ludwig II, featuring major works from the Pinakothek der Moderne
The Design Museum will present the installation “Pendulum”, the brainchild of light designer Ingo Maurer. From 2020 it will be followed by projects from the Sammlung Moderne Kunst of the Bayerische Staatsgemäldesammlungen, the Staatliche Graphische Sammlung Munich and the Architecture Museum of the Technical University of Munich.
Far Out: Suits, Habs, and Labs for Outer Space celebrates the visionary ideas and ingenious solutions from architects, artists, and designers who dared to imagine life far out among the stars.
There’s no success like failure; artists know that better than anyone. Don’t! Photography and the Art of Mistakes explores how photographic techniques such as double exposure, lens flare, and motion blur, deemed errors by one generation of photographers, became interesting aesthetic intentions by the next.
Made over the course of some thirty years, the photographs in this exhibition depict the many faces of April Dawn Alison (1941–2008), the female persona of an Oakland–based photographer who lived in the world as a man.