In New York, 90 works are going to MoMA, with the Bronx Museum getting 12.
The curators of Monochrome: Painting in Black and White adopt an inventive approach by selecting examples that take the viewer through an utterly absorbing display in which there are almost as many uses for grayscale as there are exhibits.
Austin Radcliffe’s book teaches a secret to relaxation: taking in colorful photos of meticulously ordered everyday objects.
Children’s art books offer opportunities for kids — and the adults in their lives — to engage with art in joyful and surprising ways.
The 75-foot-long mural now gleams in a Philadelphia station, having undergone its first-ever restoration.
In the graphic novel Magritte: This is Not a Biography, characters from the Surrealist artist’s paintings come to life.
The theater between 62nd and 63rd streets on Broadway will close for good, after 37 years, on January 31.
Thomas Ruff’s photographs question history, art making, and the medium itself.
Moore’s strong emphasis on skills from making powerful images to research skills and writing will equip you to be an effective artist in the studio and in the community.
In Chris Ware’s latest book, Monograph, he confronts his past self through various ephemera and remembrances.
Hemlock Hospice is an interpretive trail of sculptures in the Harvard Forest which draws attention to the vanishing eastern hemlock tree.