At an upcoming exhibition of Henry Moore’s works, visitors will be allowed — and even encouraged — to touch the art with their bare hands.
Edmund de Waal
Artist Edmund de Waal Donates 2,000 Books to Iraqi Library Decimated by ISIS
The artist donated his “library of exile” to the Mosul University Library, once one of the largest libraries in West Asia, housing over a million books and rare historical materials before it was destroyed.
Edmund de Waal’s Relationship to Precious Materials at the Frick Collection
The exhibition Elective Affinities draws viewers into stories of the Frick’s permanent collection and a contemporary artist’s intellectual and aesthetic reckonings and inventions with them.
Reconciling Secular Art in Sacred Spaces
Surprises and puzzles in Venice and Vienna, from Sean Scully to Tintoretto.
An Oblivious but Ambitious Artistic Intervention in White
LONDON — white, Edmund de Waal’s intervention at the Royal Academy (RA) library, is a wonder.