ARTnews in Brief: Emma Enderby Named Chief Curator of Haus der Kunst—and More from October 18, 2021

ARTnews in Brief: Emma Enderby Named Chief Curator of Haus der Kunst—and More from October 18, 2021

Monday, October 18

Emma Enderby Named Chief Curator of Haus der Kunst
The Haus der Kunst in Munich has appointed Emma Enderby as its chief curator. Enderby is currently a curator at the Shed, an arts space in New York where she has staged exhibitions devoted to Ian Cheng, Agnes Denes, and others. She will remain curator-at-large there, and is set to continuing working on a Tomás Saraceno show for the Shed before beginning at the Haus der Kunst in November. “Emma’s broad interdisciplinary expertise combined with her deep commitment to visionary artistic practices will be a fundamental contribution to the new paths of Haus der Kunst,” Andrea Lissoni, the institution’s artistic director, said in a statement.

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Getty Museum Acquires Rare Bassano Painting
The Getty Museum in Los Angeles has acquired the monumental 16th-century painting The Miracle of the Quails (1554) by Venetian artist Jacopo Bassano. Measuring around seven feet tall, it is one of the largest works executed by the artist and has never before been displayed publicly. The painting depicts the biblical episode of Moses and the Israelites averting starvation in the desert after a flock of quails falls from the sky. In a statement, Getty director Timothy Potts said the work will be installed in early November as the centerpiece of the museum’s 16th-century northern Italian paintings gallery, alongside works by Titian, Veronese, Savoldo, Lotto, and Dosso Dossi.

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