Karen Chernick

In the 1960s, a different Robert De Niro was making a name for himself in the New York art scene.
Taking the famed movement home with them from France, these Canadian artists created an Impressionism all their own.
Some of art history's greats have used everything from kitchen cloths to board games when they couldn’t get canvas or were short on funds.
When Italian university student Piergiorgio Castellani booked his winter-break holiday in New York in 1988, he expected to see major artworks in museums–not major living artists walking nonchalantly…

Photographer Martha Cooper was taking snapshots in the Bronx for the New York Post one day in the early 1980s, when she…

Using mundane materials brought layered meanings to canvasses, but will they stand the test of time?
Below are eight artists spanning two centuries, who bent rules when branding themselves. They adopted their mother’s family names instead of abiding by the traditional patriarchy, and often made the…
The photographer behind one of the most iconic images of the 20th century, Dorothea Lange’s images remain as powerful and relevant as they were 80 years ago.