Now open in the Hudson Valley, two new exhibitions at the Hessel Museum of Art highlight the intimacy of works on paper and the under-examined “Pattern and Decoration” movement.
Designed to take place in a retail storefront, this public art installation addresses our culture of consumption and convenience through humor, puppetry, and craft.
A new exhibition highlights the first 15 years of the internationally celebrated artist’s career.
The Japanese-American photographer’s entire Nuclear Enchantment series is on view at the Connecticut museum through October 10.
In a series of vignettes compiled by the University of Michigan, the video zine Daisy Chain features the perspectives of nine artists during this time of reentry.
Land Art: Past, Present, Futures brings the genre’s early innovators together with contemporary artists, scholars, and activists exploring “what’s next?”
For its third year, Massachusetts Design Art & Technology Institute launches free public art exhibitions and numerous programs to reenergize a downtown community.
COLLECT is a unique opportunity to discover emerging artists, view new work by established artists, and build art collections — all without leaving home.
77% of past mentees at the Association of Art Museum Curators have secured new and/or elevated positions after participating in this program.
This short film celebrating the diverse cultural connections of Santa Fe will premiere in a virtual event with renowned dancers Jock Soto and Harrison Coll.
You can digitally test up to 4,000 antique and contemporary frames from Lowy’s vast collection with any artwork of your choice.
The 10-episode series features stories of transformation from 10 guests.