Known for her bold-hued, pared-down geometric paintings, the 105-year-old Cuban-American artist has created her first series of large-scale, monumental sculptures.
Lauren Moya Ford
How Ignacio Zuloaga went from exiled reject to Francisco Franco’s preferred portraitist
Hopper’s paintings of empty coastlines, limitless plains, and rolling hills embody the vastness and psychological complexity of the American landscape.
Kiki Smith is fascinated by stories where powers and punishments involve human, animal, and celestial transformations. Her work with fairy tales, myths, and allegories examines human nature’s…
When asked if his work was inspired by God, Matisse replied, “Yes, but that god is me.”