Photographers who shoot the work of famous artists are rarely celebrated in their own right, but a new documentary shifts the focus onto the man responsible for some of the most iconic images we have of Frank Lloyd Wright, Alexander Calder, and Louise Nevelson.
The American Museum of Natural History Museum, along with WNET, has launched an online web series to show that there’s more to their dioramas than dead animals.
With summer sweltering and those high air conditioning bills to pay, you’re melting quickly and not made of money. Why not watch some free online art programming to ease your eyes? Here are eight web series available from your internet device.
Yesterday’s US Presidential debate highlighted Republican candidate Mitt Romney’s ridiculous plan to cut the budget of the much loved public television channel, PBS.
It seems fitting to kick off our Videodrome day of art videos with one from Nam June Paik, an early video artist from Korea whose multimedia sculptures and installations challenged the boundaries of art making in the 60s and 70s. Here, check out Paik’s “Electronic Opera #1”.
Did a tiny ceramic chip covered with original drawing by artists Andy Warhol, Claes Oldenburg, Robert Rauschenberg, David Novros, John Chamberlain, and Forrest Myers travel to the moon with the Apollo 12 lunar module in November 1969. PBS’ History Detectives investigates …