Sendak’s illustrations carry weight all on their own for children and adults alike, and this book beautifully captures his prolific career.
Columbus Museum of Art
Immerse Yourself in the Vibrant Bricolage of Aminah Robinson
Raggin’ On is a fitting legacy for an absolutely singular artist who spoke passionately of and to her collective community.
Looking Back on William Hawkins, the Outsider Artist Who Became Wildly Popular in His 80s
There is this sense, in looking at Hawkins’s bold and humorous paintings, of returning to something one has always known.
A Cartoonist’s Darkly Magical and Autobiographical Work
Cartoonist Laura Park shares her fascination with medical oddities, lesser-known murderers, morbid Victoriana, and more.
Discovering Honoré Sharrer, an Eclipsed 20th-Century Surrealist Painter
A survey at the Columbus Museum of Art spotlights the remarkable work of the American artist, who was dogged in her convictions and a master of her medium.
With Custom-Designed Galleries and Cinematic Facades, Columbus Museum of Art Opens New Wing
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Expanding a museum is a lengthy and costly process, one which requires a great deal of buy-in from the staff, patrons, board, and surrounding community