A blogger’s shaky snapshots from an exhibition opening reveal where a Lakshmi-Narayana statue stolen from a temple in Kathmandu in 1984 had ended up: the Dallas Museum of Art.
speechless: different by design is unrelenting in its demands that visitors interact with the exhibitions.
After a summer rehaul, the museum has reopened its European art galleries with rarely seen works from the museum’s permanent collection, restored Old Master paintings and sculptures, and a collection of Impressionist and Modern masterworks.
Word and Image at the Dallas Museum of Art emphasizes just how varied the art and technology of print can be.
A small but powerful exhibit, shows intense commitment to the power of individual artists, within the broader context of communal history.
An exhibition at the Dallas Museum of Art gathers design objects used in the creation and consumption of cocktails over more than a century.
Google Cultural Institute recently revealed that it has engineered the creatively named Google Art Camera: a custom-built camera intended to capture “ultra-high resolution ‘gigapixel’ images” of artworks in museums around the world.
On August 26, the Antalya Museum in Konyaaltı, Turkey, received an unexpected package from Vienna.
Newly released security camera footage of a crane collapsing on the Dallas Museum of Art is pure Hitchcock.
The Google Cultural Institute, known for empowering internauts to Street View their way through museums and look very, very closely at digitized two-dimensional artworks, has ventured into the third dimension.
Much attention is being focused on the paintings of the late Japanese Gutai painter and Tendai monk, Kazuo Shiraga (1924–2008), who for years has been collected throughout Europe, even as he has been virtually ignored in the United States.
The Smithsonian American Art Museum has launched the American Art Collaborative, a consortium of 14 museums across the country coming together to create what you might call the art-world version of the Digital Public Library of America.