A bold, multi-media exhibition, Photo Revolution traces iconic artists from the 1960s to the 1980s. On view through February 16, 2020.
Long attributed to Lorenze di Credi, new research suggesting a small panel painting at the Worcester Art Museum is actually by one of the greatest masters of the Italian Renaissance.
Would you think differently about a work of art if you knew it depicted a slave owner? New labels installed at the Worcester Art Museum are drawing attention to the connections between art, slavery, and wealth in early America.
At the Worcester Art Museum, Shih Chieh Huang has assembled bioluminescent kinetic sculptures made of dollar store materials.
John O’Reilly’s work reflects and refracts the history of art, as well as the history of looking, scanning, and reading an image.
In 1842, British scientist Sir John Herschel experimented with the effect of light on iron compounds, inventing a process to produce the blue-tinted prints we know as cyanotypes.
This month, the Worcester Art Museum in Massachusetts announced it has acquired Paolo Veronese’s “Venus Disarming Cupid” (circa 1560), which is believed to be one of the few works by the famed Renaissance master still in private hands.