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Exhibition openings through February 16

January 24, 2014  |  Bamboo Yards, Kyobashi Bridge from the series One Hundred Famous Views of Edo by Utagawa Hiroshige I (1797-1858), 1857. Woodblock print. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. 

Exhibition openings

January 28

"Renaissance and Baroque Bronzes from the Hill Collection"; Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY

"Stories in Sterling; Four Centuries of Silver in New York"; Henry Morrison Flagler Museum, Palm Beam, FL

January 29

"Charles Marville, Photographer of Paris"; Metropolitan Museumof Art, New York City

January 30

"Fine Lines: American Drawings from the Brooklyn Museum"; Portland Museumof Art, ME

"Rugs in the Caucasus"; Georgia Museum of Art, University of Georgia, Athens

January 31

"Looking East: Western Artists and the Allure of Japan"; Frist Center for the Visual Arts, Nashville, TN

"Uncommon Folk: Traditions in American Art"; Milwaukee Art Museum, WI

February 1

"Between Mountains and Seas: Arts of the Ancient Andes"; Blanton Museum of Art, University of Texas, Austin

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Couture at the Folk Art Museum

January 21, 2014  |  Among the many discussions that are not worth anyone's time is the one about whether fashion should be considered art or not. When the American Folk Art Museum asked thirteen designers to create something based on an object in its collec­tions, the idea was not to prove that, hey, designers are artists too, nor was it to res­cue folk art by translating it into modish ensembles. The point was to allow an eighteenth-century quilt, a tattoo pattern book, a carved coyote, dog, or ram, or a paper cutout to live in another context-where we can see it again with a different eye-and to create something arresting in the process. When the exhibition of the designers' work goes on view at the museum, that point will be made. The lush dress that Creatures of the Wind designed inspired by a Eugene Von Bruenchenhein photograph of his wife, Marie, against a floral background is not an appropriation so much as an apprecia­tion. Catherine Maladrino's white gown translates the complex designs o…» More

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Shows, fairs, and auctions

January 15, 2014  |  Shows and auctions

Jan 15 - 19

The LA Art Show; Los Angeles, CA    laartshow.com

January 21 - 26

New York Ceramics Fair; New York City    newyorkceramicsfair.com

January 22 - 26

Metro Show; New York, NY    metroshownyc.com

January 24 - 26

Armory Antique Show; New York City     armoryantiqueshow.com

January 23, 24 and 27

"Important American Furniture, Folk Art, Silver and Chinese Export Art"; Christie's, New York City

January 24 - 2

Winter Antiques Show; New York City    winterantiquesshow.com

January 25

"Visual Grace: Important American Folk Art from the Collection of Ralph O. Esmerian"; Sotheby's, New York City

January 25 - February 1

Master Drawings in New York; New York City    masterdrawingsinnewyork.com

January 25 - February 2

Brussels Antiques and Fine Art Fair (BRAFA); Brussels, Belgium    brafa.be

January 30 - 3

The Original Miami Beach Antique Show; Miami Beach, FL    miamibeachantiqueshow.com

 

 

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Early American Guitars at the Met

January 14, 2014  |  Early American Guitars: The Instruments of C. F. Martin 

Not for guitar lovers only, some thirty-five instruments from the Martin Museum in Nazareth, Pennsylvania, display the his­tory of the great American gui­tar  firm from its beginnings with the Viennese style instruments of C.F. Martin Sr., who came to this country, en­countered Spanish style guitars here, and combined the two styles in a way that influenced subse­quent makers of the instrument.

Early American Guitars: The Instruments of C. F. Martin • January 14 to December   metmuseum.org

Guitar by Christian Frederick Martin (1796 - 1873), c. 1850 - 1862. Spruce, rosewood, ebony, ivory, mother-of-pearl. C. F. Martin archives, photo­graph by John Sterling Ruth.

Also opening today at the Met: Piero della Francesca: Personal Encounters

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Piero della Francesca at the Met

January 14, 2014  |  Four paintings (three from European institutions and one from a private collection in New York) created by Piero della Francesca for private devotion will be shown to­gether for the first time: St. Jerome and a Donor; Madonna and Child with Two Angels; Saint Jerome in a Landscape; and Madonna and Child. The exhibition follows upon the Frick Collection's popular showing this year of seven of the eight works by the master known to ex­ist in the UnitedStates.

Piero della Francesca: Personal Encounters • January 14 to March 30 • Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York  • metmuseum.org

Madonna (The Senigallia) and Child with Two Angels by Piero della Francesca (c. 1412 - 1492). Tempera and oil on walnut. Galleria Nazionale delle Marche, Urbino, Italy. 

Also opening today at the Met: Early American guitars

 

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