# contemporaryartdaily:

Lothar Hempel at Anton Kern
# moma:

Matisse’s cut-outs were first shown at MoMA in 1951. Next week, they’ll be back! 

[Installation view of the exhibition The Last Works of Matisse: Large Cut Gouaches. 1961. Photographic Archive. The Museum of Modern Art Archives, New York]
# harinef:

i’m honestly moved
# ascreaming:

Spatial Composition (3), painted steel, 1928 by Katarzyna Kobro
# contemporaryartdaily:

Daan van Golden, Courtesy of Misako & Rosen
Study H.M. / Tokyo, 2012

As part of NADA's annual sponsorship of Contemporary Art Daily, our tumblr will feature works by artists that will be included in the NADA: Miami Beach fair in December.  The fair takes place December 4 - 7 and includes many galleries featured on Contemporary Art Daily.


Best one yet. 

# autosafari:

Henri Matisse
# nearlya:

Georgia O’ Keeffe / Matisse, via drawdrawdraw
# roidesmeteores:

Nicolas de Stael (1914-1955) 
La Ciotat, 1952
# nycartscene:

thru May 31:NICOLAS DE STAËLMitchell-Innes & Nash, 1018 Madison Ave., NYC (bt E.78th & E.79th St)an exhibition of paintings by Nicolas de Staël (1914 – 1955) including a dozen paintings from the 1950s, the artist’s most prolific and significant period. Hovering between figuration and abstraction, his paintings are marked by their heavily impastoed surface, their simplicity of composition, and a bold but sophisticated use of color.
# jonyorkblog:

Nicolas de Staël, courtesy of the the Musée d’art moderne André MalrauxPaysage, Antibes, 1955
# mentaltimetraveller:

Camille Graeser: Strukturprogression