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Join us next Monday for an evening of fun and games—with art activities, live entertainment, and a Halloween-inspired breakfast-for-dinner menu in the Temple of Dendur.
The EY Exhibition: Impressionists in London is coming soon to Tate Britain: https://goo.gl/ms95YJ With over 100 works by Monet, Tissot and Pissarro, the exhibition will consider the aesthetic impact London had on the artists’ work, and present instantly recognisable views of the city as seen through French eyes. Opens 2 November 2017. James Tissot, London Visitors 1873
American artist Childe Hassam was born on this day in 1859. A prolific and industrious artist, Hassam produced numerous scenes of both the city and the countryside. Take a look at "Oyster Sloop, Cos Cob." What is the first thing that catches your eye? Childe Hassam, "Oyster Sloop, Cos Cob," 1902, oil on canvas, National Gallery of Art, Washington, Ailsa Mellon Bruce Collection
Join us on Wednesday, November 1 for the New York premiere of artist collective Slavs and Tatars' "I Utter Other" (2014–), which addresses the legacy of Orientalism in the Russian and Soviet context, presented by the Guggenheim's Middle Eastern Circle. Weaving together scholarship, satire, and pop culture, this lecture-performance looks to Edward Said’s seminal masterpiece "Orientalism" (1978) and asks what it means when one East looks to another East. FREE for students with RSVP. Purchase your tickets: http://gu.gg/NgID30fVShN.