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Pre-Raphaelite masterpieces on show in Canberra The absent, catatonic gaze of one who abandons himself to nothingness and appears to discover everything. The body that flow along, down the current. A profusion of symbols: the poppy flower, the emblem of eternal sleep;...read more
The 1.6.0 version has finally come, with a new awesome feature designed for museum, art gallery and single artists you will love. Since its first release, in October 2017 Mereasy received several updates that improved existing features and add some new. Originally...read more
2019 marks the 450th anniversary of the death of the great Flemish painter, the so-called "cartographer" of apocalyptic anxiety. A series of events celebrates his genius. Teaming with humanity, his work moves within the crowded, eternal Middle Ages. There is little...read more
In Roma, at the Vittoriano Museum Complex, in addition to the master of “dripping”, you will also find the other "Irascibles": Mark Rothko, Willem de Kooning, Franz Kline This exhibition is a unique opportunity to get to know artists that are rarely seen in person and...read more
Until February 10th, the National Gallery in London will offer the opportunity to admire a little known but surprisingly modern Renaissance painter. An exhibition that totals about 50 paintings, in collaboration with the Museo del Prado in Madrid and works on loan...read more
Today, we’re excited to announce that a new version of Mereasy is almost ready to be released. Among new improvements, in the next release you will find “Mereasy Extra”, an amazing feature we think art enthusiasts will love.A new space will be available for museums,...read more
At the Grand Palais in Paris, until 4th February, visitors will have the chance to meet the artist that the poet Prévert called "an innocent man with a smile on his lips, walking in the garden of his dreams". It is a 1925 painting that opens and gives the...read more
On the 120th anniversary of her birth, a monographic exhibition that celebrates the most sophisticated interpreter of feminist modernism. The exhibition "Tamara de Lempicka. Queen of Art Deco" is being held in Madrid until February 24th of the upcoming year. Having...read more
On show in Paris, over five hundred pieces made by one of the greatest creative designers of the 20th Century. On October 19th, an important retrospective entitled "Tutto Ponti, Giò Ponti archi-designer" opened its doors in Paris at the Museum of Decorative Arts. The...read more
Videos, photographs, paintings, objects, installations and the live re-enactment of her famous performances: the main periods of the artist's career on exhibit in Florence. The retrospective exhibition dedicated to Marina Abramovich, promoted by the Palazzo Strozzi...read more
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