Coinciding with the early years of photography, the California Gold Rush left a lasting mark on image making.
The model, designed by architect Fumio Matsumoto, seamlessly collages elements from over 30 iconic buildings.
Through rituals, recipes, artworks, and film, remembering and reclaiming the past and the present.
Avedon and Baldwin’s 1964 photobook, with a new introduction by Hilton Als, resonates profoundly today.
To commemorate the last days of its exhibition Fictions, the Studio Museum in Harlem has invited six contemporary poets to respond to the work on view.
Asian-American artists engaged deeply and creatively with Abstract Expressionism, counter to historical views of the movement as a New York monolith.
The contemporary art space announced last week that it will soon be closing, but not before throwing a farewell party and print sale this Saturday.
Paul Gauguin’s decorative works, sculpture, wood carvings, and graphic artworks highlight his stimulating color harmonies and rich compositions, even as some of the subject matter sits uncomfortably with today’s standards.
Created by the artist-led staff at Springboard for the Arts, the free workbook came out of practical responses to artists’ experiences and needs.
A newly discovered journal has revealed that Leonardo developed early versions of 21st century trends, from fidget spinners to cat cafés.
How personal loss, grieving, and memorialization can humanize and illuminate the controversies around monuments.
La Salle University in Philadelphia has deaccessioned works from its Art Museum collection in hopes of raising $5 million at auction.