October 2019 Art News

Throughout his life, Henry H. Arnhold was committed to preserving and promoting the rich heritage of his native Dresden. Building on a selection initially formed in Germany by his family, Arnhold assembled one of the greatest collections of Meissen porcelain in the world, second only to that of the Dresden Porcelain Collection itself.
After a two-and-a-half-year renovation, the Sidney and Lois Eskenazi Museum of Art reopens its doors on Nov. 7, 2019.
Curator Naomi Speakman explores the fantastical world of medieval bestiaries and the mythical creatures found within.
Wonder Without Land submerges the audience into a beautified and grotesque dreamscape exploring themes in childhood memory, construction of identity, discovery of sensory experiences and storytelling in an overtly digitized and commercially-driven society.
The Cincinnati Art Museum is currently celebrating the often unsung and unrecognized contributions of women in art and the art world, with Women Breaking Boundaries, the Museum’s contribution to an 18-month long initiative, Power of Her.
A rare masterpiece from a 16th-century female artist is back on view after centuries of disrepair.
On November 13, Bonhams will offer the first Keith Haring mural ever to come to auction.
Designs for Different Futures brings together some 80 works that address the challenges and opportunities that humans may encounter in the years, decades, and centuries ahead.
A Life in a Sea of Red presents six different political and social eras in Communist China and the Soviet Union.
The list of artists who have collaborated with Graphicstudio – a print workshop on the campus of the University of South Florida in the city of Tampa – goes on and on.
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