Within their historical context in an exhibition at Freer | Sackler, the empresses of China’s Qing Dynasty succeeded in making meaningful lives for themselves, and that is something to celebrate and admire.
Two exhibitions at the Baltimore Museum of Art revel in the unique strangeness of one’s mind.
Kimono Refashioned asks what it is about the kimono that has captivated designers worldwide, for well over a century.
The individual visual narratives in Time Frames make up our collective human history.
A new exhibit showcases contemporary takes on the millennia-old art of textile-making, from El Anatsui’s shimmering bottle-cap tapestries to Nevet Yitzhak’s renditions of Afghan war rugs.
A new exhibition at FIT chronicles the evolution of a “punk, pretty, powerful color” in the world of fashion.
Ava DuVernay’s sci-fi blockbuster follows its characters from a verdant world right out of a Hudson River School painting to a glowing space worthy of James Turrell.