A canvas that sold for over a million dollars was shredded by its frame but no one is sure if it was destroyed or simply transformed.
The collection is not widely recognized as a trove of ancient art and artifacts, but hosts a rich collection with an occasionally troubled history.
When Alfred Flechtheim fled Germany, an Ernst Ludwig Kirchner painting of his ended up in the hands of a Nazi, and eventually at the Museum of Modern Art and the Guggenheim.
An essay about a memorial, that unlike others, does not pepper cities and towns, but exists out of view.
The Six Brandenburg Concertos is a gorgeously lyrical piece that kept those concertos in my head humming and cheerfully tumbling days after I had seen the work.
This week, artist studios in London, Louisiana, New York, New Zealand, and Wisconsin.
As the museum approaches its 50th anniversary on October 7, the Smithsonian gallery announced it saw two million visitors this fiscal year.
This new book, Temporary Monuments , includes the range of documentation that defines Mayer’s ephemeral works: photographs, sketches and drawings, writings by Mayer, and a scholarly essay.
I have woken up with an entire photoshoot concept floating in my head, down to little nuances like having a character say, “laughing, laughing, laughing” instead of actually laughing.
The Forward Union Fair, a gathering of advocacy groups, artists, and civic engagement organizations, took place this year with a new sense of urgency.
Created in the last century of the Ptolemaic Kingdom, Nedjemankh’s coffin reconfigures how we understand Ancient Egypt’s transition from autonomous empire to Roman province.
Lebohang Kganye’s images are a poignant celebration of her mother’s spirit.