Concurrent shows at the Delaware Art Museum highlight overlooked aspects of Pre-Raphaelite art and tread beyond typical gender hierarchies.
The show, which honors the 50th anniversary of an exhibition history once ignored, continues a series of projects documenting Wilmington’s contemporary art scene.
Thomas and fellow artist Ebony Brown talk about interdependence and How to Live Through a Police Riot, an archival handbook that inspired his 2018 series.
The Delaware Art Museum is exhibiting a series of drawings by Harvey Dinnerstein and Burton Silverman of the 1956 Montgomery Bus Boycott.
What if Abstract Expressionism never happened?
The Delaware Art Museum has digitized correspondence between the Pre-Raphaelite painter and his overlooked muse.
The term “dark humor” was coined in 1935 to describe a subgenre of comedy in which pleasure arises from topics generally considered taboo. Dark Humor: African American Art from the University Museums, University of Delaware presents works that employ subversive humor to question cultural and racial stereotypes.
Better known for his realist paintings of New York City street life, Ashcan School artist John Sloan was also a master of visual mind-bending.
This summer, the Delaware Art Museum explores performance art for the first time in its exhibition history.
The Delaware Art Museum will sell at least three, possibly four artworks, to raise money to pay off its debt, the News Journal has reported. The move would violate the rules of both the Association of Art Museum Directors and the American Alliance of Museums, likely bringing sanctions on the Delaware institution.