Fine Art Photography

Fine Art Photography Early History of Photography Nicéphore Niépce’s earliest surviving photograph from c. 1826 required an eight-hour exposure. Working in conjunction with Louis Daguerre they experimented with silver compounds. Niépce died in 1833 but Daguerre continued the work with the development of the daguerreotype in 1837. Hercules Florence had already created a very similar process in 1832.… Read More »

Art Museums – USA

Art Museums – Art Gallery – USA Guggenheim The New Museum Whitney Museum of Amercan Art Hirshhorn Museum National Gallery of Art Washington National Museum of Women in Arts National Portrait Gallery Freer and Sackler Galleries Smithsonian American Art Museum New York State Museum Dia Beacon Guggenheim Museum The Metropolitan Museum of Art MOMA the Museum of Modern Art… Read More »

Art Museums – UK

The first museum to open to the public was The British Museum in London 1759. It was a universal museum with varied collections covering archaeology, art, applied art, anthropology, history and science. The Louvre in Paris, France, was established in 1793, after the French Revolution when the royal treasures were declared for the people. In Poland, The Czartoryski… Read More »

Art Museums – Scandinavia

Scandinavia Art Museums Denmark Statens Museum for Kunst Louisiana Arken Museum for Moderne Kunst Museet for samtidskunst Trapholt Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek Horsens Kunstmuseum Herning Kunstmuseum Vejle Kunstmuseum ARoS Kunstmuseum Aarhus Bornholms Kunstmuseum Den Hirschsprungske Samling Nordjyllands Kunstmuseum Ordrupgaard Skagens Museum Sönderjylland Kunstmuseum Art Museums Norway Astrup Fearnly Museet for Moderne Kunst Munch Museet Stenersen Museet Nasjonalmuseet + Museet… Read More »

Art Museums – Europe

Art Museums – Europe. A museum (Art Gallery) is a permanent institution in the service of society and open to the public. The Museums Association definition is: “Museums enable people to explore collections for inspiration, learning and enjoyment. They are institutions that collect, safeguard and make accessible artefacts and specimens, which they hold in trust for society.” A… Read More »

Outsider Art

Outsider Art – Art Brut The term Outsider Art was first used by art critic Roger Cardinal as an English synonym for Art Brut, Raw Art or Rough Art. Dubuffet’s term Art Brut is specific and the term Outsider Art is more broadly and include self-taught or Naive artists who were never institutionalized. Outsider Artists have no contact… Read More »

Art Galleries – Scandinavia

Art Galleries – Denmark Nils Staerk Contemporary Art Galleri Faurschou Galleri Nicolai Wallner Galleri Asbaek Gallerie Birthe Laursen Gallerie Mikael Andersen Bie & Wadstrup Galleri Bo Bjerggaard Galleri Christina Wilson Galleri Specta Galleri Susanne Ottesen Galleri Veggerby V1 Gallery Gallerie Moderne, Silkeborg Möller Witt, Århus Galleri Flintholm, Hundstrup Galleri NB, Roskilde Galleri NB, Viborg Galleri Profilen, Århus Galleri… Read More »

Art Galleries – New York

Art Galleries – New York Gagosian Gallery David Zwirner Zwirner & Wirth Gladstone Gallery Galerie Marian Goodman Deitch Projects Zach Feuer Gallery Matthew Marks Gallery 303 Gallery Marianne Boesky Gallery Tanya Bonakdar Gallery Gavin Brown’s enterprise John Conelly Presents CRG Gallery Paul Kasmin Gallery Anton Kern Gallery Nicole Klagsbrun Gallery Andrew Kreps Gallery Yvonne Lambert Lehmann Maupin Gallery… Read More »

Art Galleries Europe

Art Galleries Europe Belgium Galerie Catherine Bastid Galerie Micheline Szwajcer Zeno X Gallery Stella Lohaus Gallery Koraalberg Xavier Hufkens Galerie Rodolphe Janssen Hoet Bekaert Mulier Mulier Gallery Galerie Nadja Vilenne France Galerie Chantal Crousel Galerie Nathalie Obadia Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin Galerie Almine Rech Galerie Chez Valentin Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac  in Situ Galerie Loevenbruck Galerie Kamel Mennour Galerie Praz-Delavallade… Read More »