The intimate drawings of Michelangelo Buonarroti and the largest painting Pablo Picasso ever made.
An exhibition at the Musée National Picasso in Paris tracks the artist’s life and work, month-to-month, in 1932.
For all the scholarly expertise employed, an exhibition at Almine Rech Gallery comes off as an exasperating magical negro narrative.
The rewards of what is in plain sight far outweigh what is tucked away.
An exhibition at Paris’s Picasso Museum sheds new light on the woman mostly known through her husband’s gaze.
Sir Alfred Munnings, president of the prestigious Royal Academy of Arts in the 1940s, was famous for his masterful paintings of racehorses.
PARIS — On September 7, 1911, French police arrested poet Guillame Apollinaire for stealing the Mona Lisa.
Pablo Picasso and Henri Matisse were the 20th century’s greatest artistic frenemies.
PARIS — Henri Rousseau is art history’s best-known naïf painter.
Here we are, it’s June — exam time. A prompt from the art history final: “Discuss an example of a ‘history painting’ that depicted current events. What would ‘history painting’ look like in the present?”
On this week’s art crime blotter: Spanish police arrested seven people for Francis Bacon heist, a Picasso thief preyed on a Chelsea gallery, and an artist lost his head after someone stole his guillotine sculpture.
I realize that I’m coming late to the party with Unfinished: Thoughts Left Visible, one of the three debut exhibitions of the Met Breuer, and I have little to add to the conversation about the fundamental problem with the show.