Writing a global art history demands that we give up historical thinking.
In A Countervailing Theory, her current exhibition at the Barbican Centre, Ojih Odutola’s alternative histories take on a more epic, mythic scale.
What is the relationship between Félix Fénéon’s politics and the art he admired?
Hyperallergic took works by some of our favorite artists and reimagined what they would look like during these, um, sparsely populated times.
The drawing, discovered by Dr. Sandra Toffolo, was made by Niccolò da Poggibonsi during a pilgrimage to Jerusalem from Italy in 1346-1350.
Christopher S. Wood’s A History of Art History will be eye-opening for anyone who cares about art.
Sometimes you just can’t trust your eyes.
Apparently some parents think paintings by Ingres, Modigliani, and Boucher are “pornography.”
Art Detective is an initiative from Art UK that involves specialists and the public in solving mysteries about the public collections paintings in the UK.
ARTé: Mecenas from Triseum is a game on the economies of art, set in the tumultuous Italian Renaissance, in which you are a Medici patron.
The New Bedford Whaling Museum is working to put the 1,275-foot “Whaling Voyage Round the World” panorama back on view.
Rather than an occult secret, alchemy is revealed in The Art of Alchemy at the Getty Center to be a prominent force in everything from medicine to color.