Founded by two real estate developers, the Main Museum is a non-collecting institution concentrating on Los Angeles artists.
The George Eastman Museum in Rochester, New York is gearing up for a festival that celebrates nitrate film, which once caused some major fires in movie theaters.
This week in art news: Swiss authorities seized antiquities looted from Palmyra, dozens of artists were evicted from a Baltimore studio building, and the mayor of the Greek island of Milos demanded the Louvre return the Venus de Milo.
“I have a flawed gene. I have a collector’s gene.”
Artist José Alvarez (D.O.P.A.) talks about the 30 portraits he drew while detained at the Krome Detention Center in Miami. The drawings, accompanied by each subject’s story, are on view at the Boca Raton Museum of Art.
Sitting in the 20-meter-ceilinged space of the Boiler Room watching this infinite building disintegrate infinitely slowly, you cannot help but feel infinitely tiny.
The university is marking 75 years of its James Weldon Johnson Collection, which celebrates the man and his immense legacy.
In this politically polarized moment, when the notion of compassion itself seems to be on trial, exhibitions like this one have become ever more urgent.
The Mob Museum in Las Vegas explores the jazz, flappers, and mob violence of America’s Prohibition era in a new online exhibition.
Thousands of prints by the American photographer and founding editor of Aperture magazine have been digitized and uploaded to a website launched by Princeton University Art Museum.
With brand new facilities in the heart of Boston, the MFA Graphic Design program at Boston University is a conceptually focused, two-year studio-based program that combines studio practice, design research and professional development.
The Institute for the Study of the Ancient World explores widespread modes of timekeeping in the Greco-Roman world and their continued influence today.