The Courtauld Institute of Art has completed a major five-year project to open up its internationally-renowned collection of photographs to the public for free, working with 14,000 volunteers to digitise over one million images from The Conway Library as part of the biggest public inclusion project in The Courtauld’s history.
Professor Deborah Swallow has announced plans to retire from her post as Märit Rausing Director of the Courtauld Institute of Art after… Read More
An outstanding group of modern drawings by European and American masters assembled by the late collector Howard Karshan has been presented to The Courtauld Gallery in London by his wife, the artist Linda Karshan.
One of the UK’s greatest art collections will have a magnificent new setting when The Courtauld, one of the world’s… Read More
The Courtauld Institute of Art’s MA Curating the Art Museum students present the first fully digital version of their annual exhibition.
The Courtauld Institute of Art’s MA Curating the Art Museum students have announced their annual exhibition. Organised by nine emerging curators, Unquiet Moments:
The Courtauld Institute of Art, who are currently closed to the public for a major restoration project have seen a 723% increase in visitors to their virtual gallery tour in the past week.
Dr. Tzo Zen Ang. Photo credit credit Cat Garcia The Courtauld Institute of Art has announced that Dr. Tzo Zen… Read More
Edible art, a daydreaming leopard, a house made of skin, whooping cranes, tag team art, a wooden Parliament and lost letters.
The Top 7 art exhibitions to see this week include Polyamory, Impressionism, a Porsche, drum majorettes, umbrellas, eruption and equality.
The students taking their Master on Curating the Art Museum at The Courtauld Institute of Art will inaugurate their show There Not… Read More
Underwater photography, voyeurism, perfume, rural scenes, abstract masters, free runners and stained glass.
Flayed skeletons, political art, painting, portraits and spirit drawings
Art critic Tabish Khan brings you the top art exhibitions to visit this week. Each one comes with a concise review to help you decide whether it’s for you. All are closing soon, and there are so many it’s been expanded to seven:
An astronaut selfie, shades of grey, giant sculpture, superego, colour and gardens
The Top 5 art exhibitions this week include ..
Paul Carey-Kent, What’s your ArtThing of 2015?
Born from a month-long research trip across America, the ARCADIA AMERICANA project explores the themes of aspirational culture, kitsch, and the utopian imagery at the heart of the American Dream.
The display of the two objects provides a unique opportunity for viewers to consider how Cezanne treated his subjects as equally significant, from the everyday to the monumental, and touches on his art historical influences.
Egon Schiele (1890-1918) Erwin Dominik Osen, Nude with Crossed Arms, 1910 Black chalk, watercolour and gouache 44.7 x 31.5 cm… Read More
The Courtauld Gallery will present the first major museum exhibition in over 20 years of one of the 20th Century’s most exceptional artists, Egon Schiele (1890-1918).
Fred’s Artist Inspiration: A Visit to The Courtauld.
Michelangelo’s masterpiece The Dream is one of the greatest of all Renaissance drawings. This complex work shows a nude youth being roused… Read More