In June, Surreal Spaces: The Life and Art of Leonora Carrington, an illustrated biography of the groundbreaking British artist was published by Thames & Hudson. In celebration, we take a look…
West African cultures had an unexpected and extensive influence on Medieval Europe.
Though contemporary critics considered them frivolous, Manet’s late works speak to his attraction to femininity, sensuality, and freshness of expression.
Isamu Noguchi, a man who spent his career envisioning sculptures as an intentional part of everyday environments, made a passionate attempt to design a new kind of ashtray.
New exhibitions are addressing the misconception that Pop Art is a distinctly Anglo-American phenomenon.
Since March 2, the Driehaus Museum has been imbued with new, electric energy courtesy of British Nigerian artist Yinka Shonibare CBE, whose ongoing solo show marks the first time contemporary art has…