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"The Thoreau of the Adirondacks”: Rediscovering Harold Weston
Cleveland Museum of Art Announces New Acquisitions
Picasso’s Idealized Portrait of His Final Muse
The Enduring Influence of Dorothea Lange
The photographer behind one of the most iconic images of the 20th century, Dorothea Lange’s photos remain as powerful and relevant today as they were 80 years ago.…
Hiroshi Sugimoto: Photography That Fools the Eye
The Japanese photographer who brings museum objects to life.
“Escaping Georgia’s Shadow": Ida O’Keeffe Steps Into the Spotlight
A New Origin Story for Georgia O’Keeffe
The scripted origin story of American modernist Georgia O’Keeffe usually goes…
The Orléans Collection: Masterpieces Reunited
To celebrate their city’s tricentennial, the New Orleans Museum of Art has gathered under one roof what was once one of the greatest art collections in the world.…
Lessons on Art and Life from Bill Cunningham
Bill Cunningham’s posthumously published memoir,
reveals a life inspired by beauty and originality.
Giving a Lost Baroque Master Her Due
Organizing the first retrospective for Michaelina Wautier, a forgotten 17th century Dutch woman artist, offered a unique (and exciting) set of curatorial challenges…
How Van Gogh's Need for Quick Cash Impacted His Work
While the struggling Vincent Van Gogh was just trying to pay the rent, he unwittingly shaped his work and art history.