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Matisse: The Red Studio

May 1 — September 10, 2022

The Museum of Modern Art


Henri Matisse. The Red Studio. 1911. Oil on canvas, 71 1/4″ x 7′ 2 1/4″ (181 x 219.1 cm). Mrs. Simon Guggenheim Fund, The Museum of Modern Art, New York. © 2022 Succession H. Matisse / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

For the first time in over 100 years, Matisse: The Red Studio reunites the masterpiece with the surviving six paintings, ceramic, and three sculptures it depicts. Focusing on the genesis and history of Matisse’s The Red Studio (1911), the exhibition also features never-before-seen archival photographs and letters alongside related paintings and drawings. A section of the exhibition is devoted to conservation science and recent discoveries about the process of the painting’s making. A creative space within the exhibition also invites visitors of all ages to draw, write, and reflect on the spaces and colors that inspire them.

Following its presentation at MoMA, the exhibition will be shown at the SMK – The National Gallery of Denmark in Copenhagen from October 13, 2022, through February 26, 2023.

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Whitney Museum of American Art

Whitney Biennial 2022: Quiet as It’s Kept

Apr 6–Sept 5, 2022

The Whitney Biennial was introduced in 1932 by the Museum’s founder, Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney. Established to chart developments in art of the United States, it is the longest-running exhibition of its kind. To date, more than 3,600 influential and innovative artists have participated in a Whitney biennial or annual. A constellation of the most relevant art and ideas of our time, our 2022 exhibition will be the Biennial’s eightieth edition.

Whitney Biennial 2022: Quiet as It's Kept is co-organized by David Breslin, DeMartini Family Curator and Director of Curatorial Initiatives, and Adrienne Edwards, Engell Speyer Family Curator and Director of Curatorial Affairs, with Gabriel Almeida Baroja, Curatorial Project Assistant, and Margaret Kross, former Senior Curatorial Assistant. Further Information


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