Matisse pioneered a revolutionary use of color, refusing to accept that color must reflect the real world. Matisse moved around the wheel, using jarring colors to quickly become a ‘bad boy’ of French art.
Opened in 1888, Ateneum Art Museum is Finland’s oldest and largest art collection. The collection contains some of the best of the Finnish Golden age (1880-1910) as well as artwork from Scandinavia, Europe and Russia.
Artist, Cathy Locke, talks about the early years of learning portraiture, as well as great masters such as “father of American portraiture,” John Singer Sargent and the "Rembrandt of Russia," Ilya Repin.
Garage Museum of Contemporary Art presents The Snail’s Trail by Viktor Pivovarov, in celebration of the artist’s forthcoming 80th birthday. Revealing the mesmerizing interior worlds which Pivoravov creates.