If you are an individual who loves art and is interested in artistic life, let us quickly update the list of the most significant art exhibitions around the world in 2020 through the following article.
The remarkable thing for the (contemporary) art movement in recent years is that it has overcome all barriers and become a global cultural phenomenon. They are closer to the general public through a more understandable language, associated with fashion brands, music, visual slideshows as well as with commercial promotion campaigns. Of course, besides new approaches, traditional art exhibitions are still indispensable. If you are an individual who loves art and is interested in artistic life, we will quickly update the latest international exhibition list in 2020.
- “Furusiyya: The Art of Meditation”
The Louvre Abu Dhabi houses more than 130 historical items from France, Iraq, Spain and Syria, with a medieval knight theme. Artworks have been selected from a range of museums, including the Musée de Cluny, the French National Museum in Paris. “Furusiyya: The Art of Meditation between East and West” is expected to receive many comments from artists.
- “Gerhard Richter: Painting After Everything”
Richter is an interesting artist who is well-known for his incredible valuation works in prestigious world auctions. In 2015, an abstract piece of his art was auctioned for $ 46.3 million at Sothwise in New York. The artist “opened the pen” in 1986, took about 29 years to complete.
His art blurs the line between photography and painting, evoking memories, loss and repression. Now, with 100 works on display at Met Breuer, the exhibition “Painting After Everything” will showcase his skills in the most honest way.
3. “Niki de Saint Phalle”
Saint Phalle was a talented artist born in 1930 and died in 2002. She began working as a professional artist in her 30s after pursuing a modeling career. After the modeling career ended, she emerged with her sculptures. Saint Phalle addresses exotic and unique subjects such as “the flying woman” and “Gaudi-esque architectural monument”. In this exhibition in New York, there will be 100 works continue to prove her vision and artistic tastes.