Catherine Hickley

Lotte Laserstein’s career flourished in the Weimar Republic. But she fled the Nazis and sank into obscurity. Now she has been rediscovered.
Bauhaus at 100: New Weimar Museum Welcomes the Avant-Garde Home
Mantegna and Bellini's unique relationship pushed them to become innovative masters of their craft.
The gift from the widow of Erhard Göpel, a dealer who worked for Hitler and engaged in the plunder of Jewish collections during World War II, raises ethical questions.
Spitzmaus Mummy in a Coffin and other Treasures ignores traditional curating concepts to show an eclectic mix of the bizarre and beautiful.
Organizers bill it as a once-in-a-lifetime experience. They’re right.
Stockholm revisits its 1968 exhibition of Andy Warhol–the artist’s first solo show in a museum
The reattribution of Rembrandt’s drawings 350 years later are revealing new things about the artist and his students.