Piet and his wife Anja purchased an old farmhouse in the Netherlands, transforming it with many experiments in landscaping.
A heartfelt display, Objects USA: 2020 updates the 1969 project by building bridges of influence and inspiration across generations of artists.
The images that foreshadow the turmoil of the Cuban Revolution jar you back to the precariousness of our times.
Figurative artists know the importance of learning “the rules” before they break them, which is precisely the opportunity this book intends to offer its most ambitious readers.
Mark Fox and Angie Wang’s Symbols: A Handbook for Seeing is a guide to the evolution of symbolism using 400 examples from art history.
In one of the many licentious anecdotes from Robert Winthrop Chanler: Discovering the Fantastic, the Gilded Age artist throws a party in his Gramercy Park “House of Fantasy” so raucous that his neighbors across the street — who happen to be painter George Bellows and his family — call the cops.
LONDON — On display in a vitrine at the Victoria and Albert Museum here is a large, black-and-white photo-print depicting the suit of armor Christopher Columbus wore during his journeys to what Europeans came to call “the New World.”