Many had previously decried the decision not to restitute the work, alleging that the museum had more to gain by keeping the important painting than the heirs.
In “Summer Azure,” Tourmaline rockets upward into a cloudy blue sky, holding an astronaut helmet to her head.
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The American Art Museum purchased a collection of early American photographs spanning the 1840s to the mid-1920s.
As a resident for the NYC Department of Records and Information Services, Weist explored the relationship between the city and its artists as documented in these vast municipal archives.
The gift deepens the museum’s holdings of Black and Latinx artists from the US, Caribbean, and beyond.
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The two objects will again be utilized in Siksika ceremonies.
The collective staged erotically charged photographs of themselves and those in their artistic circles.
Gerda Wegener’s works ranged from glamorous portraits of her partner to graphic illustrations of sex that celebrated women’s pleasure.
A foremother to young new media artists working today, Hershman Leeson has blazed a trail for more than five decades.
The works had been hanging in a cluttered room in Normandy, unbeknownst to its residents.