With the world still reeling from World War II, a Norwegian architect was tasked with designing one of the most important places of international peace and negotiation.
Isa Genzken is not a Dadaist.
LONDON — Artist Dayanny So left Cambodia when he was 24 years old.
If you’re roaming the Los Angeles County Museum of Art’s modern art galleries, a cacophony of whistles, bells, thuds, and clashes may interrupt your serene stroll.
INDIANAPOLIS — The domestic and personal are generally accorded critical attention when cast as dysfunctional; Michelle Grabner presents the domestic as a relatively positive creative force.
For seven years, Charles de Mooij, the director of a tiny museum in the Netherlands, has been struggling to secure loans to bring all the paintings by Hieronymus Bosch back to their humble birthplace.
MINNEAPOLIS — Curator Cheryl Wilgren Clyne has brought together a satisfying, diverse array of Midwestern artists, with a mix of performative and interactive pieces as well as photography, painting, print, and even a living sculpture.
Acclaimed performance and new media artist Angela Washko has made a career of creating new forums for feminism in the spaces most hostile toward it. On November 5 and 6, Washko returns to her alma mater, Temple University, for a talk and performance.
As works by artists from Balthus to Théophile Steinlen reveal, the cat has long been a popular subject for depiction.
This week, Self Help Graphics & Art throws a Día de los Muertos celebration, over 100 artists take over a vacant building by the airport, the Craft & Folk Art Museum hosts an explosive pumpkin carving workshop, and more.
Continuously creating since childhood, when he first cultivated a habit of collaging, British artist Eduardo Paolozzi boasts an oeuvre that is both prodigious and varied.
For Alfred Barr, Director of MoMA, “not even Picasso approaches [Klee] in sheer inventiveness,” so this 20-artist exhibition, Paul Klee, is worth a look.