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Nude: Art from the Tate Collection

Nude: Art from the Tate Collection

In Western art, the nude is often used to symbolize beauty, love and the significance of humankind. Over history, however, it has also evolved from the classical representation of idealism to take on more personal and political roles. Tracing 200 years of the nude, starting ...

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That Initial Realist Spark: When You Were Young

This comprehensive exhibition of contemporary Japanese realist works focuses on Toshiro Aoki, who was greatly inspired by Johannes Vermeer's "View of Delft" (1660-1661); Osamu Obi, whose artistic style changed direction after depicting a Rembrandt portrait; and Kenichiro Ishiguro, who studied art in Madrid, Spain. ...

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