Monet to Malevich: pioneers of modern art

    • 	Image: Claude Monet Poppy field 1890-91 (detail). The State Hermitage Museum, St Petersburg.
    • Summer school course with the National Art School

      Course

Masters of modern art from the Hermitage sees modern masterpieces from the unparalleled collections of the State Hermitage Museum in St Petersburg, Russian, travel exclusively to the Art Gallery of New South Wales.

Monet to Malevich: pioneers of modern art is a new immersive five-day course, led by NAS lecturer Dr Molly Duggins with guest speakers, which will examine key art movements represented in the exhibition and the great agents of modernity in painting – from Monet’s liberation of colour through the radical innovations of Picasso and Matisse, via the lyrical revolution of Kandinsky and all the way to the ‘full stop’ of Malevich’s Black Square.

Across the week, you’ll enjoy exclusive exhibition viewings, lectures and conversations, with guest appearances by curators, conservators and artists. The course includes a season pass to the exhibition and is open to students of all levels of experience and interest in art history.

Full course outline available on the National Art School website.

Monday 14 – Friday 18 January 2019, 9am - 12pm

$475

Book online via the National Art School

Bookings required.

Ticket includes a season pass to Masters of modern art from the Hermitage

Duration 3 hours
Location: Centenary Auditorium

Related exhibition: Masters of modern art from the Hermitage

Image: Claude Monet Poppy field 1890-91 (detail). The State Hermitage Museum, St Petersburg.