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“In the end, this exhibition is the story of what we know, what we don’t know, what we might know, and what we can’t know about these extraordinary works of art and their world.”
With this colorful collection, the artist represents a current condition: human isolation in a world dominated by technology and superficiality. But he doesn’t stop there . . .
Only rarely does an artist come along who not only can see the sensitive nuances of beauty in the world around us but who also has the skill to translate that vision onto canvas.
This contemporary Italian painter has works exhibited alongside the art of such masters as Lopez Garcia, David Hockney, and Vincent van Gogh. Who is it?
The Bennett Prize is the largest art award offered solely to women painters. The finalists and honorable mentions are …
Seascapes captured with oil, abstract paintings influenced by the movement of liquid, portraits of water and its various containers, and more will be featured in this multi-media group exhibition. Discover which artists are included, and when you can see these works in person.
Wildlife artist Patricia Griffin travels from the Arctic to the Equator in relentless pursuit of experiencing animals in their natural habitats. Here’s why.
Coming soon: This auction features live online bidding along with live in-house, written absentee, and live telephone bidding. It will include American prints and original fine art by Jasper Johns, Robert Rauschenberg, and others.
This exhibition brings together two of the country’s top landscape painters, highlighting both the similarities and differences in their styles. Discover where you can view the works in this preview.
Originating in 2013, the Young Guns gather each year for the rare opportunity to engage with artists and have a chance to purchase many art pieces for their own use and collection. When?
In this new weekly “throwback Thursday” series, take a look at an important historic artwork.
“Hazards May Be Present” centers around a large-scale video installation, comprised of 21 hand-drawn frames that form a looping animation of the 1946 nuclear test that eventually caused the irradiation of the Hunters Point Naval Shipyard.
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