In New York, 90 works are going to MoMA, with the Bronx Museum getting 12.
The Blanton Museum of Art in Texas is exhibiting works on paper from the 15th to 20th centuries, all representing the danse macabre, or dance of death.
A survey of the artist’s work at the Blanton Museum of Art argues that there’s a seriousness behind her irrepressible pluckiness.
Save for his unusual name, Ralph Eugene Meatyard had all the trappings of an ordinary man.
Move out of the way, Houston, with your fancy Rothko Chapel. Austin’s fix’n to get one of its own, this time designed by Color Field artist Ellsworth Kelly.
Latin American art has become fashionable these days.