Picturing Mississippi, 1817‒2017: Land of Plenty, Pain, and Promise’ follows the evolving story of Mississippi — first shown by foreign-born artists as a place of immense beauty and prosperity...
During 2017, the Denver Art Museum strategically enhanced the breadth and depth of its collection through a variety of major acquisitions, a preview of which you'll see here.
“Rubens. The Power of Transformation” comprises about 100 items — including 31 paintings and 23 drawings by the master — and explores a hitherto little-regarded aspect in his creative process.
Turner Prize winner Grayson Perry is a vivid chronicler of contemporary life, boldly tackling subjects that are universally human, such as identity, gender, social status, sexuality and religion. Learn about his art and his current Vero Beach exhibition here.
Herb Alpert’s expressive use of various media engages the viewer with a captivating sense of movement and form, translating into a lyrical and unforgettable experience.
The Richmond Art Museum’s grand reopening features “Concrete Dreams,” a collection that’s inspired by urban transformation in nearby Cincinnati.
The two portraits were commissioned by the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery. Discover who the chosen artists are in this fine art news snippet.
Highlights of the fair include a range of new works, including many specially conceived for The Art Show such as new works on paper by Nicole Eisenman; a suite of new drawings by Tal R; and photographs by Catherine Opie.
This exhibition features celebrates and explores Ukrainian culture through one of its most ancient and valued traditions. Learn more about "rushnyky..."
"Masters’ seeks to engage audiences with a wide range of artistic narratives about the American West, from its pioneers of legend and exceptional landscapes to contemporary Native artists who are reinventing traditional images, art forms, and styles."