An unattributed work can catch you off guard, forcing you to drop your defenses and simply look.
Henri Farré left behind his comfortable life as a portraitist to join the French military, and depict firsthand the birth of combat aviation in WWI.
Vermeer’s painting, A Lady Writing (ca. 1665), will visit Norfolk from its home at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. until Dec. 18.
Focused on the first half of the 20th century, the 90 pieces in Branding the American West reveal the multiple and changing brands of the American West during a complicated time of modernization, war and racial unrest.
A new installation by artist Brian Bress will have its world premiere at the Chrysler Museum of Art, located in his hometown of Norfolk, Va.
The Chrysler Museum of Art will explore the plight of animals threatened by poaching and illegal ivory trade when it hosts Wendy Maruyama: The wildLIFE Project this fall.
Explore humanity’s complicated relationship with water through the lens of an internationally renowned photographer. The Chrysler Museum of Art in Norfolk, Va., presents Edward Burtynsky: Water.
When Greta Pratt photographed the annual meeting of the Association of Lincoln Presenters in 2004, she plunked a chair down in a field for attendees to sit in and told them, “I want you to summon up your inner Lincoln.”
NORFOLK, Virginia — A museum redesign today conjures the towering ambition of statement architecture, images of an aesthetically belabored addition jutting out from an austerely classical building. But the Chrysler Museum of Art, which reopened May 10 after a significant overhaul and extension, is no site of starchitectural hubris.