The exhibition will include two paintings from the Photorealist’s new body of work based on his recent trip to Cuba.
November 16, 2017
A New Biography of Paula Modersohn-Becker Reveals an Artist Committed to Painting Women
Though Paula Modersohn-Becker’s name rarely appears alongside famous men in the annals of art history, she deserves her own biography, and Marie Darrieussecq has written it.
Data Suggests Artists More Drawn to Cities than Ever
Confirmation that, yes, artists are still flocking to Brooklyn.
Celebrating 100 Years of William the Hippo, the Met Museum’s Mascot
The Met honors one of its icons, William the hippo, with a redisplay and dedicated series of events.
New Hampshire Institute of Art Announces “Social Borders” as Its MFA Winter Residency Theme
The residency will feature guest talks by Francisco Cantú and Mark Dion.
A View from the Easel
Peek inside artists’ studios in Georgia, Ottawa, New York City, and Washington, DC.
The Russian Billionaire Behind Christie’s Controversial $450M Leonardo
The painting’s seller is part of the clique of billionaire oligarchs exerting an outsize influence in global affairs — and art.
Trouble on the Island of Happiness and Human Rights Concerns for the Louvre Abu Dhabi
When starchitect Jean Nouvel said he “saw no problem” with the way migrant laborers were treated during the construction of Saadiyat Island, you have to wonder if he even looked.
Your Career in the Art World Starts With Christie’s Education
You will have access to Christie’s specialists, hands-on encounters with works of art, and behind-the-scenes insight into the commercial realities of the world’s leading art business.
Objects Made by Prisoners, from Soap Sculptures to Pendants
The International Red Cross and Red Crescent Museum in Geneva has a collection of over 360 objects made by prisoners from over 60 countries.
An Artist Adopts Avant-Garde Poetry to Express the Limits of Language
As a black, Muslim woman, subject to any number of externally imposed strictures, Kameelah Janan Rasheed does not adopt these avant-garde techniques for merely aesthetic purposes.
Explore “Guernica” with a Sprawling Visual Timeline
Two years of comprehensive research by the Reina Sofia have yielded a huge amount of material related to the legendary painting and the cultural responses it’s generated over time.