To play devil’s advocate, you could argue that eventually technology will be so good that everyone will have VR, and there is no need to travel to the National Gallery at all to see art.
By recording unusual sights encountered throughout his travels and disseminating these via workshop practices, it’s understandable why Dürer is so prominent in art history.
Quite a bit of wildness hides beneath the artist’s cloak of scholarship and respectability.
Poussin and the Dance is a valiant attempt to break into Poussin’s staunchly academic oeuvre and provide a relatable point of entry, highlighting the exciting elements of revelry and movement despite impenetrable and unemotional rendering.
Two panels of Weems’s work feature a photograph of a 19th-century memorial to the soldiers in the 54th Regiment, now on display beside the original sculpture.
The museum is outsourcing jobs in its retail shops to Event Network, a company that manages museum stores nationwide.
Seeing how impressive and successful Gentileschi was in her lifetime, it is staggering that it has taken a show such as this to dispel her unfair dismissal by art history.
Advanced imaging techniques have revealed Leonardo’s original design to be vastly different from the final product.
The judge ruled that the group should be classified as “workers,” a role which entitles people to more rights than freelance contractors but fewer than full-time “employees.”
After 27 educators were dismissed from the National Gallery in London, they launched a crowd-funded legal effort to combat the precarity of such unstable employment, backed by vocal support from the UK’s Labour Party.
Museums are finding new ways to make money but the National Gallery decided they wanted to sleep on it.
Mann’s historical and social explorations are anchored in her embrace of her identity as a Southerner.