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Friday, July 26, 2019
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Visual Arts

Mariette, the Louvre and a Life in Drawings: An Interview with Pierre Rosenberg

As the exhibition “Italian Drawings from the Mariette Collection” opens at the Musee du Louvre, Artinfo spoke to the show’s curator, the French art historian and former president-director of the museum, Pierre Rosenberg. Rosenberg told us more about Pierre-Jean Mariette, this 18th-century “prince of collectors,” as well as the artists and artworks that have shaped his own life.   —  by Daisy Sainsbury
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Visual Arts

Betye Saar’s “The Legends of Black Girl’s Window” at The Museum of Modern Art, New York

This fall, The Museum of Modern Art in New York will host African-American artist Betye Saar’s “The Legends of Black Girl’s Window.” It opens on October 21, 2019, and runs through January 4, 2020.  —  by Blouin Artinfo
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Visual Arts

Andy Warhol’s “THE HOUSE THAT went to TOWN” at Galerie Buchholz, New York

Galerie Buchholz, New York, is showing a collection of Andy Warhol’s drawings from his unpublished book “THE HOUSE THAT went to TOWN.” The exhibition is on view through August 30, 2019.  —  by Blouin Artinfo
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Visual Arts

André Butzer at Metro Pictures, New York

Metro Pictures, New York, is exhibiting works by German painter Andre Butzer through August 9, 2019  —  by Blouin Artinfo
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Visual Arts

Tony Cox’s “Shadow Bathing” at Marlborough Gallery, New York

Marlborough Gallery in New York is hosting multidisciplinary artist Tony Cox’s “Shadow Bathing” that features a series of new large-scale, hand-embroidered abstractions on acrylic-coated canvas. The exhibition is on view through August 2, 2019.  —  by Blouin Artinfo
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Travel

A Tour of New Cultural Sites on Unesco World Heritage List

Statistics compiled by a variety of agencies show that the number of people traveling all over the world has only risen over the years. That’s due to a variety of factors, the chief being disposable income and of course, curiosity (not necessarily in that order).  —  by Blouin Artinfo
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