Artist Tobi Kahn’s tranquil and optimistic paintings are salves many have sought during months of isolation and unrest.
Thomas was a major artist who in her lifetime was unjustly denied the acclaim she merited. This show is a brave beginning.
Sánchez’s first museum retrospective marks an important step in acknowledging her legacy: not only as an isolated island but as a noteworthy member of a burgeoning canon of Latin American women artists.
WASHINGTON, DC — There’s hardly any question as to Helen Frederick’s views, and little room to doubt her stance on the sorry state of nature.
WASHINGTON, DC — The main building of the Phillips Collection, the oldest modern art museum in America, is a sprawling, neo-Georgian affair, buckling beneath the weight of its dark, mahogany décor.