London Exhibition Recreates Scenes Showing Different Faces of Hong Kong Protests

To commemorate the third anniversary of Hong Kong’s “6.12,” groups of Hongkongers in Britain, exiled protesters, and art workers held an exhibition in London on June 11-12, 2022, named “From Bricks to the World: The Awakening and Change of Hongkongers.” On display are about 100 works, by more than 10 artists, all related to the…

‘Sistine Chapel: The Exhibition’ Gives Michelangelo’s Masterpiece a Fresh Angle at Connecticut Convention Center

By Christopher Arnott From Hartford Courant HARTFORD, Conn.—God, saints, angels—and the most famous outstretched hands in world history—are reaching out to you, larger than life in “Sistine Chapel: The Exhibition” at the Connecticut Convention Center. The art exhibit, billed as “a life-size, up close, never before seen perspective,” will be in Hartford through June 26….

Art Worth Visiting: Five US Winter Exhibitions

Across the country, there are some fascinating winter exhibitions that highlight some of the rarest and finest of European art and craftsmanship. From Hans Holbein the Younger and Jacques Louis David in New York to Bartolomé Esteban Murillo in Dallas. A World First: French Painter Jacques Louis David’s Drawings In the 18th century, neoclassical artist…

British Museum’s Ancient Greeks Treasures Coming to Australia and New Zealand

The British Museum’s treasures of Ancient Greece are coming to the National Museum of Australia, the Western Australian Museum, and the Tāmaki Paenga Hira Auckland War Memorial Museum. Featuring a range of 180 objects, the exhibition will be centred around the concept of competition and how it appeared in sports, politics, drama, music, and warfare….