Artist Viktor Ekpuk discovered that the symbols of the Nsibidi script could function as a form of abstraction — a way to reduce ideas to their essence.
From Albrecht Dürer to LaToya Ruby Frazier, artists have for centuries depicted and reflected on health and illness.
Miracles on the Border: Retablos of Mexican Migrants to the United States graces us with images of heavenly Mexican figures and tells stories of people crossing the border.
Princeton’s Picturing Place in Japan condenses almost half a millennium of Japan’s artistic practice into a few small rooms.
In 1918, painter Howard Russell Butler precisely captured what the camera could not: the fiery colors of a solar eclipse.
An exhibition at the Princeton University Art Museum showcases the vessels of the so-called Berlin Painter, highlighting the oft-overlooked comedy in Greek ceramics.
Thousands of prints by the American photographer and founding editor of Aperture magazine have been digitized and uploaded to a website launched by Princeton University Art Museum.
From 1805 to as recently as 2000, Princeton University exhibited one of the great college natural history collections, rivaling those of peers Harvard and Yale.
The Smithsonian American Art Museum has launched the American Art Collaborative, a consortium of 14 museums across the country coming together to create what you might call the art-world version of the Digital Public Library of America.