CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — “The work is the death mask of its conception,” Walter Benjamin wrote about writing technique in his 1928 collection of essays One-Way Street.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — The historic collection of glass flowers at the Harvard Museum of Natural History recently reopened after its first comprehensive renovation.
Sir Alfred Munnings, president of the prestigious Royal Academy of Arts in the 1940s, was famous for his masterful paintings of racehorses.
BOSTON — In “Inextinguishable Fire,” a digital video by Cassils, the artist assumes the aspect of a martyr while being enveloped by flames.
On Saturday, October 22, we’re organizing an art-filled day trip from NYC to visit the ICA Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (PAFA), and Fabric Workshop and Museum.
In a historic decision today, the International Criminal Court convicted an individual who destroyed cultural heritage of committing a war crime.
UTRECHT, The Netherlands — Right off the city’s main commercial thoroughfare, where bicycles zoom past with a clinking sound, is one of the Netherlands’ most surprising treasures, the Museum Speelklok (or Museum of Musical Clocks).
LOS ANGELES — This week, an exhibition opens on an overlooked Bay Area arts movement, a show in an abandoned hospital explores what it means to be human, Mexican artist Mónica Mayer lectures on feminist art, and more.
WASHINGTON, DC — Tucked into a far corner of the Smithsonian American Art Museum, an exhibit showcases the extensive career of artist Romaine Brooks, a turn-of-the-20th-century icon who’s since been largely forgotten by the mainstream.
PHNOM PENH, Cambodia — For far too long, and to this day, Southeast Asia has been aestheticized, largely by the French, as a means to advance the role of the colonizer.
BUFFALO — Many published interviews with the contemporary artist Mark Bradford focus on his youth and the geography of Los Angeles, but not his conversation with Abstract Expressionism.
The weather is cool, cafés are selling pumpkin-flavored treats, and it’s time for Bushwick Open Studios! Yes, that sounds weird, but it’s the new reality.