Thirty years ago, viewers may have found the dramatic shifts in his work bewildering; today it’s obvious that he was an artistic driving force of the 20th century.
From critical to patriotic and everything in between, a vast exhibition at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts displays the full range of US artists’ reactions to World War I.
Music is an integral part of making art.
The Whitechapel Gallery has recently commissioned the feminist collective to create a new artwork that resurrects the 1986 Guerrilla Girls campaign “It’s Even Worse in Europe.”
The nine-month residency will have the artist respond to specific issues identified by a civic department.
Each of these thoughtful, well-realized works offers an investigation into global politics, the contemporary as historical, and environmental collapse, with room to laugh, rest, and think in between.
Last weekend, the Pioneer Cabin Tree in California collapsed. It was one of a number of West Coast trees that had holes cut through them in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Museums in North America continue to be dependent on private philanthropy to expand their collections and mount shows.
Fanny Cornforth has one of the most recognizable faces of Pre-Raphaelite art, yet after dying at an asylum in obscurity, she rests in an unmarked grave.
People are dealing with the new realities of Trumplandia through memes because they help us laugh. Did someone say #goldenshowers?
Fair attendees, invited guests, and members of the public are invited to recite quotes from the President’s speeches, interviews, and other appearances.
Recent documentaries about two well-known female painters make for a potent double bill at Film Forum.